For the Christmas vacation of 2015, the initial plan was to go somewhere far away, outside Karnataka. But plan A did not work out somehow. So here was the plan B – why not visit some nearby tourist places of Karnataka that we have been postponing visiting for years. A day before the visit, we decided, … Continue reading Karntaka Heritage Sites – Photo Essay
When singers/music directors run out of creativity they bring out remix albums. When writers /directors run out of original ideas, the product is 'Happy New Year'. The movie has just the right remix to entertain the Indian audience, particularly those who are not great fans of Holllywood movies, or so the director thinks. And the … Continue reading Happy New Year – When Writers / Directors Run out of Ideas
It is a Sunday morning. In spite of the plethora of companies offering online purchase and home delivery and the mushrooming of air conditioned super stores, one of the oldest vegetable markets of Bengaluru is abuzz with activities. Tol mol ke bol waiting for that first deal of the day May be the last lot … Continue reading Colours of a subzi bazaar – a photo essay
After rain A clear sky All the doom and gloom are gone One, Two, Three!
If Shakespear's Hamlet gave us the famous dialogue "to be or not to be- that's the question”, the dialogue – “Ek alag nazaria bhi to ho sakta hai" from the movie Haider haunts me time and again. True to this dialogue – ‘Ek alag nazaria bhi to ho sakta hai’, which has been used in … Continue reading Hyder – To Rank or not to Rank
“The lunatic, the lover and the poet, are of imagination all compact.” The statement appears in Shakespear’s play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Somebody who does not confirm to our logical mind, we call him/her mad. Love is beyond logic. So is poetry. Love is so much beyond logic, some say love is blind. So one … Continue reading The lunatic, the lover and the poet, are of imagination all compact
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