In 1990, Voyager 1 spacecraft was leaving the solar system for its grand tour of the Universe, looked back at our solar system and snapped a family photo of the solar system and the first selfie of the earth. This … Continue reading Hello!
“Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where … Continue reading Find yourself in Wanderlust
Banaras, Varanasi or Kashi is the eternal city that has always existed and will ever exist. It is the most sacred and revered city in the Hindu culture. Mark Twain wrote, “Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older … Continue reading The Brocade of Life and Death- Banaras
Piglet noticed that even though he had a Very Small Heart, it could hold a rather large amount of Gratitude.” ― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh In school, the lunch break started with this prayer where we used to thank the supreme creator of … Continue reading Grace of Gratitude
Life is all about entangling in the unknown. We have to unfold the mysteries, chart the foggy roads and the uncertain future. Do we know what lies ahead and what secrets will be revealed tomorrow? We have to make constant … Continue reading Journey to the Unknown
Are you a morning person? I am an entirely morning person. I don’t need a blare of an alarm to wake up. I just wake up in the mornings. Back home in India, it was cawing of a crow or … Continue reading An Ode to a Magnificent Morning
Have you ever gone for a walk at night? Alone? Have you witnessed the quietness of the city at night? Have you seen the city lights quietly dancing away by night? No, I am not talking about the drinking, … Continue reading Tonight, dance by the city lights!
Hygge is one of my favorite words, and it has taken the world of internet by storm. Bloggers and Pinterest are celebrating ‘hyggeness’ by fun, charming and relaxing images. Hygge is a Danish concept and is defined by Oxford dictionary … Continue reading Hygge- Baby Step towards Spirituality
My uncle passed away a few days back. My aunt is utterly distraught, and her husband’s death has affected her profoundly both emotionally and mentally. Everyone has their mechanism of coping with grief and are not comfortable talking about death. … Continue reading Understanding and Coping with Death: A Hindu Perspective
I have no friends. By this, I don’t mean that I don’t have friends on social media or I am an asocial person, and I don’t or open up when I am surrounded by people. I do all that … Continue reading Bliss of Solitude