What is my caste, asks the lead actor of the movie Article 15, to a bunch of bewildered policeman who are in awe of this newly posted IPS officer in the fictional village of Lalgaon in Uttar Pradesh. One of them musters up the courage to say: you are a Brahmin, sir. Okay, he says, […]
Sometimes when you have a long weekend and suddenly make an impromptu plan with friends to go somewhere, there aren’t too many options available. Reason being that all hotels, resorts at a nearby distance are usually bursting at the seams. There are long queues everywhere and if you have small kids, its usually not a […]
Clear skies, fresh air, the unpolluted simple life beckon us to the hills. Enroute …I found these picture postcards…from Rishikesh, Mussoorie and Landour.
Seek and enjoy the boundless beauty of nature…,
On Tuesday, the Indian Air Force targeted one of the biggest terror camps in neighbouring Pakistan’s Balakot area. Though inadmissible, it was revenge for the terror attack in India’s Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama a few days back where we lost a large number of armymen.
Salute to IAF and the Indian army for this operation. MY THOUGHTS IN A POEM.
Teeming with wild animals, lush greenery along with the typical tall elephant grass, beautiful sunsets with clear skies, Kaziranga in Assam is a sight for sore eyes…
United Coffee House in New Delhi’s Connaught Place has legacy written into their delicious food. A must visit.
Goa was just what I needed on my first all women holiday trip. Check out where I hung out: the good, good and good. No bads and uglies here:)
Find out why I became a new convert to healthy food from the state of Assam in India, despite being an Assamese myself!
(From my poetry book A Bit Like Haiku, published by Juggernaut)
Tiger hunting in Corbett National Park, India