The whistling of the train blended with the early morning azaan was my first alarm that made my mornings memorable in Delhi. I didn’t know when the sound started and when it ended, but I knew its somewhere around five … Continue reading Mystical side of My Delhi
I have this compelling urge to trace my history, my roots and maybe find a piece of myself. Though symbolically, I call myself a gypsy or a wandering bohemian. This essentially means someone who has never identified with a set … Continue reading Wandering Bohemian- Journey that must be undertaken
Like every day, I am drowning in the ocean of my memories. It seems like all this took place in my previous birth. Or all this occurred just yesterday? Summer break has started, and many parents have begun planning various … Continue reading Reminiscing Indian Summer
“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
Sawdust Art and Craft Festival is all about celebrating creativity. This festival was started in the 1960s by a small group of Festival of Arts rejects and other artists at Laguna Beach, a small coastal city in Southern California. Meet new artists and … Continue reading Magical Riot of Colors
Now that the Thanksgiving is over and after you have devoured all the pies and turkey, you must be busy writing your shopping list. The festive shopping season has officially begun. Do you like to shop? I mean, who doesn’t? … Continue reading All set for shopping this holiday season?
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
The part of the world where I was born, the advent of autumn signifies the end of grueling hot summer and lonely and dark monsoons. It is the beginning of the season of festivals where people across celebrate the universal Mother Goddess called as Navratri or Durga Puja. Autumn ends with the festival of lights called Diwali. In the part of the world where I live now, autumn or fall as it is more commonly known signifies harvest season. The weather starts getting cooler and the air crisper. Unfortunately, I don’t live in Montana or New England where I … Continue reading A cinnamon scented love letter to Autumn !