Pic: Himalayan Monk Cafe, Bir, Himachal Pradesh In a different universe, at a different time, in a different Avatar as a civil service aspirant I spent four years going through the rigour and seclusion of intense
An year that seemed so still, Yet so deep. Imbued with silence and learning, For the ones willing to listen. As the bell tolls,
I'm a true blue South Indian when it comes to starting my day with a strong filter coffee. 😀 And I've experimented with many ways to discover the right taste that I really love when I make the coffee. But recently I discovered something that never struck me before...
This Deepavali (Diwali) I missed my ancestral home at Poonjar. Not that I used to visit there often in the past. At most it was annual visit while growing up. But the 300 years old palace (some modern houses
Onam festival is a quintessential part of the identity of Keralites. Onam is truly an all-inclusive festival that is celebrated across caste-religious divides in Kerala. However, the understanding of the origins of Onam festival and the central figures in its legend Vāmana and Mahabali seems to have undergone many...
There is a home that I dream of.Filled with love and beauty,From people and nature. Away from the cacophony of crowded cities,Away from the relentless rush to nowhere,Nestled in the silence of nature,In the stillness of
Standing in a queue, I could easily recognise the angry, young activists in front. Back from an evening of protest marches, on the move to the next location to join the comrades in another city to make this a
Once upon a time,Huffing and puffing I ran,Chasing the Tuk-Tuk,Heart beating Dhak-Dhak,To catch the Chuk-Chuk. .Late as Usual,I ran,To Catch A Train,A Train to Nowhere.Seated by the window,I peered out into the world,As the Train
Nayiga’s Quest It feels like life has come a full circle seeing this FB memory from two years ago today. From being a participant blown away by the power of Mahabharata Immersion (MI) to being a
Prateek Shah of Humans Defynd interviews Yogaśāla founder Hariprasad Varma on his journey from being a Googler to starting his own yoga venture and becoming a life coach.