I had written earlier about Marie Kondo’s book – Book Review #1/50 – The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying and how I had de-cluttered my sarees. We continued with the de-cluttering exercise and first de-cluttered Krishnan’s suits, shirts, pants and ties. Had the same experience as with the sarees, in that, we found shirts that were favourites but … Read more De-cluttering Continued – Clothes & Books
In 2007, a book titled “When a Tree Shook Delhi” was published. I bought it immediately because the Sikh massacre in Delhi in the aftermath of Mrs. Indira Gandhi’s assassination has always rankled. In 2002 we met with the brother of an ex-colleague of Krishnan’s who was a brilliant student but was a pale shadow … Read more #WhyISupportModi #1 – Sajjan Kumar in jail
This is a must read and kudos to Nidhi Dugar Kundalia for preserving the dying professions in India in ink. I assume that there will be a sequel to it because there are many more professions that are going out of fashion. I completed reading this book a couple of days back. It’s a … Read more Book review – The lost generation
For the past couple of months I have been re-reading Jeffrey Archer’s books – I have been a fan ever since I read “Prodigal daughter” long long back. I stopped reading his books after “Thereby hangs a tale”. Somewhere between “Honour among thieves” and “Thereby hangs a tale” I feel he has either lost that … Read more Author Review – Jeffrey Archer
This book’s title is misleading. It’s not about violently establishing Hinduism or taking up arms to defend it. Vamsee Juluri is a professor and brings data through his research rather than just his opinions to argue his case. This is a difficult book to read.. It’s almost like sitting in a lecture with Google on … Read more Book Review – Rearming Hinduism
Oh finally someone is smart enough to understand the link between education and degrees !!!! And all of us dithering citizens are so dumb, neither educated nor with degrees that we didn’t know whom to vote for. For instance we didn’t know that a tea seller should not get so many of our votes, we … Read more Sindutai’s qualification is ??
Yesterday, Krishnan and I went to a neighbourhood grocery store and bought four different sprays/gels/creams for pain relief 🙁 …. Probably the first time we have bought so much of pain relief. For the past two weeks, I have had knee pain and while Kirti told me this is a sign of ageing, I don’t … Read more Psychosomatic relief !