During High School days, I was an active member of the National Cadet Corps (Army Wing). When volunteers were asked for to attend the annual NCC camp of 1982 to be held at the HAL town of Sunabeda near Koraput, I was one of the first batch of students to register. Early one morning I … Continue reading a meal to remember … and the journey
Sherlock Holmes would have nothing to do with information not related to his profession. His companion Dr. Watson is shocked one day when he learns that Sherlock Homes did not know the earth went round the sun. This fictional character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is an extreme example of specialisation. It means the … Continue reading The Specialist vs the Polymath: which side are you?
One life is not enough, yet for now, this moment is full in itself. One life is not enough, yet for now this moment is enough unto itself. The statement may seem to be a paradox, self contradictory, and outright goobledygook. However, it is not when you see different parts of the statement from different … Continue reading one life is not enough – the paradox
Each role has been like a life. The transition of roles have been Smooth sometimes. Sometimes as painful as Death imagined. A student's life, a teacher's life A son's life, a father's life A spoilt life, a disciplined life A civilian's life, a soldier's life A villager's life, a small town life, a big … Continue reading one life is not enough – the philosophy
‘This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.’ In addition to sharing bits and pieces of information about my life on many of the posts here, I have written specific posts covering my personal life. All these have been categorised under 'memoirs' . May be this is … Continue reading The Monk who is yet to get his Ferrari
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Who am I and why do I blog? May be this should have been my first post. But then, it would have been too early. Of course now and then I have shared bits and pieces bout me and my outlooks. Here, let me sum it up and provide the missing pieces. Four months back … Continue reading More about me and my writing journey
So here comes my feedback form. My feedback at fifty. If the biblical life span is 70, for a Hindu the ideal life span is 100. So, here I am, at the thresh hold of my half way mark. I did my education at a number of schools in a number of localities falling in … Continue reading Looking Back with Gratitude
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