A woman’s liberation…

In Mahabharata, Gandhari ties a piece of cloth over her eyes, going blind voluntarily because her husband Dhritarashtra was blind. Great ! She is much revered and the Gods gift her with special powers since she did this. The question though is, what if she had been blind […]

Paan Singh Tomar

They say history repeats itself and it does because we, the “intelligent” human race refuse to learn ! On March 14th, Krishnan and I went to watch this movie made on Subedar Paan Singh Tomar. He was an army man and held the 3000 mts Steeplechase record for […]

Keventers

When we came to Delhi in 1997 a friend of ours took us to Keventers in CP for the first time and it has become a necessary stop for us often !! Today when we went, it was just as crowded and a long queue to get the […]

We really dont get it !

It dawned on me today morning, that we really have become cynical of our policy makers and the politicians !! They are truly concerned about our health – you see, laughter is the best medicine. So they continue to make these jokes, like putting up their own statues, […]

Telepathy

A bunch of multicoloured flowers So easily show the years gone by ! Now to choose from The multiple memories… The need to check if my long hair was real, Or the long drive to the zoo, To the several notes during the program And winning the first […]

A full circle

Life does come a full circle !! Twenty two years back on this day two people met and fell in love … It was a one week management program and as part of a workout, they were made President and Secretary for a sub team. Today in the […]

Morally disabled nation

I had to look up the meaning of two words – barbaric and civilised. barbaric adjective 1. brutal, fierce, cruel, savage, crude, vicious, ruthless, coarse, vulgar, heartless, inhuman, merciless, bloodthirsty, remorseless, barbarous, pitiless, uncouth a particularly barbaric act of violence 2. uncivilized, wild, savage, primitive, rude, barbarian, barbarous […]

It’s a shame :(

I cried at several pages when I read Khaled Hosseini’s “A thousand splendid suns” and for many days after, I kept reliving the pain of the two women Mariam and Laila. Especially giving birth without anyone to support and no hospital to speak of …. I was horrified […]

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