Lockdown Innovations #1

There was this tweet recently from Anand Mahindra about an auto rickshaw which has been divided into four compartments so that no two passengers sit close to each other and everyone is able to maintain social distancing. Here is the link to the video – https://twitter.com/anandmahindra/status/1253621833850593281?s=20. I have always felt that […]

Sunset Ramblings :)

Today I captured the Sunset from Amma’s bedroom window and from the balcony. As I took the pictures I was wondering as to how many people still use a camera ? Prashant, who is an amazing photographer and is the co-founder of http://www.knotjustpictures.com.au/#  told me that he is experimenting with different phones […]

Lockdown Learnings #2

#LockdownLearnings Hopefully on May 3rd, the Govt may take the decision to slowly ease out the lockdown… its a big “may”. The decision is a difficult one and the whole world seems to be really far away from being “normal” and as my friend Swapna said earlier in the day, […]

Book Review – Persuader

After reading “A Gentleman in Moscow” and re-reading “Rebecca”, I had a reading lull for nearly a week. I would start a book and read a few pages, then go to another book, repeat the process :). Finally I decided to get a Jack Reacher novel so that it brings […]

Ayogya Duryodhan & Ayogya RaGa

In one of the episodes of the Mahabharata, Sage Veda Vyasa meets Dhritarashtra and finds him in a pensive mood. Upon enquiring, Dhritarashtra says, that he was hoping that the Pandavas are discovered in their 13th year of exile when they are supposed to stay incognito. That way, they would […]