Jagan was looking for a paying guest accommodation in the city and one evening finally tired of walking through building blocks, decided to take rest below a banyan tree that had a concrete bench built around it where he thought he would rest his aching legs. “You seemed to be tired, young man. What is … Continue reading The Referral
Coming back to playtime during school days in the late 70’s in Mumbai. We did have the physical training classes but the instructor was always missing and therefore were free to play any of the games that we liked to. Some of us used to run around the school building in a “Catch me if … Continue reading Childhood Memories
You have been warned : Do not go further, there is danger ahead. The still waters beckoned me as my little footprints made their imprints upon the hot dry sand from the now setting Sun which was once at its zenith only a few hours ago. As the cool waves lapped at my feet tickling me, needless … Continue reading Drowned
Just as someone sends guided missiles to snuff out lives, ever loving nature sends guided rains to all parts of the land some as showers, thunderstorms, and then raining cats and dogs Indian cities are waiting to see scenes and songs such as this below the countdown to the great Indian monsoon having started we don’t … Continue reading Rain when will you rain?
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Commuters in an open train door at Churchgate Station in Mumbai. Notice the sign by the door which states the carriage is for ladies only during certain times. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Making a journey in a Mumbai Local is an experience in itself. If you have been to this city and… Continue reading Travelling in Trains – Mumbai Edition.
Making a journey in a Mumbai Local is an experience in itself. If you have been to this city and haven’t boarded a electric train on any of the three routes that ply through the metropolis, it means you have missed half the fun or half the nightmare, depending on the experience…. The daily commuter … Continue reading Travelling in Trains – Mumbai Edition.