Monthly Archives: July 2009

Monsoon @ my place

Thank God finally it’s raining here after the long wait. Although late, we are seeing monsoon rain. It’s a different feeling you wake with the sound of rain trickling down your roof, sound of rain which soothes and cleanses you … Continue reading

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On Rain God and Nude Goddesses

Disclaimer: This post in no way supports superstition and related practices but at the same time respects acts that come from human instincts of survival on this Planet.   The coverage in international and national media regarding naked girls being … Continue reading

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Road Ahead

This is on NH-57 under construction.(Testing Shozu)

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Cool Tips for Refrigerator Use

We all use refrigerators to store things and food items at low temperatures. At home we use it mindlessly and for almost all food items. Here are some cool tips that can save you a lot on electricity bills making … Continue reading

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The Nomadic Diary #001

What is distasteful and you always want to keep at bay will be very close to you.  And you wonder why it is with me always? Something like this happens every morning as I browse through news. Usually I start … Continue reading

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Say yes to Renewable

I do not understand why we are so indifferent towards our environment? Count the members of fan clubs of Bollywood glitterati in social media, it will run into millions but when it comes to gather people for a cause like … Continue reading

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Morning Mourners

Grief, pain and sympathy The whole clerisy stood with tears  Limbless he was not born But, what the world made him. He cycled down to the median For there he lives, the segregated World saw him there for the past … Continue reading

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