Tagged: Memoir

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Saying NO is not a Sin

I think, subconsciously every Indian born and brought up in India believe that nobody likes to hear NO as an answer. Under the name of culture and a thought to be hospitable, we think NO...






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Quick thought to kickstart 2015

Well, we are into the new year. Lots of hope and lots of expectation for each one of us. One friend of mine who is professionally very well settled is hoping to marry his long...






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Rewind – 2014

Well, it’s a  New Year! New year is inseparable from two things: rewind of the past year and resolutions for the new year. I don’t believe in the latter ( in other words, I never...






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The Falcon in my Backyard

  I came from a familial background that insisted too much on academics. Hence I was always encouraged to read, but they saw to it that my reading never went beyond text books. Groomed under...






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The 5 Stone marvels, I admire

#1 Tanjore Temple: Few call it as world’s first granite temple. It is a wonder of the world but not listed in Seven Wonders of the World. It was built by the greatest king of...






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Digital overdose

Are you the one who wakes up for the mobile alarm every morning? Are you the one who reads the newspaper and magazines digitally in your gadget or computer? Are you the one who plays...






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Ilayaraja Music and Elayaraja Paintings

I am fan of ilayaraja and Elayaraja. Both can be pronounced same in their mother tongue. The word Ilayaraja was coined by a Tamil producer Panchu Arunachalam while launching the music director for the black...






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Spreading Smiles

    I never take New Year resolutions. To me it sounds very formal and customary in many ways. Perhaps the only resolution that I take every year is not to take one. This year...






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The Day a Dad was Born – Part – II

On the night of June 11th, I was woken up by a midnight call from my aunt bearing the news about the decision of having the kid by operation. The drowsiness in the eyes had...






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The Day a Dad was Born – Part – I

The perception of parenthood by the – to be- mom and dad do not kick up with the same intensity, at the same time. A woman starts to feel the mother in her, as soon...