Back in February, I had the privilege of conducting a blogging workshop as part of the Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2011. Among the team, was my dear friend Moksh Juneja (also known as The Social Media Catalyst). Now Moksh is a regular teddybear, a fact known well to those close…
I was born in Delhi, grew up in Mumbai, have family in Chennai and have stayed in Bangalore. This month I made my first visit to Kolkata, the City of Joy.
A poem about the Modern Woman. The image is a rangoli I did, copying the cover of Diwali Malar.
This delightful young lady was in town recently. Not surprisingly, she had a hajaar things to do but she did manage to squeeze in a coffee date with me. Rather unfortunately, this happened to be last Monday when the skies opened up and poured out the kind of rains that…
City of Gold focuses on one family and some related characters and how these events shaped their lives. It’s sobering to see what one normally reads as a newspaper headline over morning tea, turn into a catastrophe that destroys entire families.
A social network is only as good as its members. The race is on between the old guard Facebook and newcomer Google Plus.
From my very early years, I learnt to detest the violent green hue, the snappy texture (external) and gooey feel (internal) of bhindi.
Don’t we all know a guy who promises the world to every second girl, believing correctly that she’ll keep it to herself because, it still isn’t done for a girl to admit that she’s been with a guy? There is nothing to check him from repeating the same over and over again in future relationships.
I first wrote about the hand in the crowd for Blank Noise Project’s blog-a-thon. The post featured on Yahoo! Real Beauty and also on BlogAdda’s Spicy Picks.
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