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2015, the year I died

2015, the year I died

As 2015 draws to a close and I look back at what was the best year of my life, I cannot help but smile. A smile which has so many meanings than any other smile to have ever come to my face. 2015 began with the beginning of a travelogue […]

December 31, 2015
Kinbuck 2, Connaught Place, Review

Kinbuck 2, Connaught Place, Review

On the evening before my birthday, we decided to have dinner in Connaught Place and while roaming around and checking out various options, decided to dine at Kinbuck 2, which is located in the outer circle, right next to McDonalds. Initially we had gone to Caffe 9, but due to […]

December 22, 2015
Bajirao Mastani, Review

Bajirao Mastani, Review

There are movies which you know are going to be great, even before you step into the cinema hall and Bajirao Mastani is one such movie. It is an epic love story between Bajirao Peshwa and Mastani, illegitimate daughter of the King of Bundelkhand, who leaves everything behind and risks […]

December 19, 2015
Anna Karenina, Review

Anna Karenina, Review

Anna Karenina is the longest novel I have read and at 800+ pages of comparatively small text, it is a long novel. Even though it is long and Leo Tolstoy has a habit of veering off course from what seems like the primary plot of the story and talk about […]

December 17, 2015
EXIF does not matter!

EXIF does not matter!

If you are like me, who regularly posts images in photography groups, you will invariably end up in a situation where other photography enthusiasts will ask you the EXIF i.e. the exposure setting of the image you have shared. In the beginning I guess I too was guilty of the […]

November 25, 2015

Life is a path…

Life is a path that we must continuously tread on, Never stopping, Not even when we think we have stopped. Life goes on and with it we go on as well. Yet at times it feels as if we have stopped, And life and world is passing us by. What […]

November 24, 2015
Temples of Kumaon

Temples of Kumaon

I don’t know if it was the story of a Kuldevi Temple located deep in the forest or the numerous small temples I saw during my recent trips to Kumaon or a combination of both or something else. However sitting alone in my room in Leh last month, I knew […]

November 17, 2015
5 things I learned while learning to cook

5 things I learned while learning to cook

I am not much of a cook, when I had started working out again a year or so back, I had started cooking for myself. However that usually meant eggs and oats, so as to keep the diet as rigid as possible and lose weight fast. Several years ago, I […]

November 12, 2015
Celebrating 2 decades of cracker less Diwali

Celebrating 2 decades of cracker less Diwali

Love has the capacity of teaching us more than any classroom or any ad campaign in media or trends on social media can ever teach us. I was twelve then, in love with the brown eye furry kid that had come into my life barely 8 months ago and made […]

November 10, 2015
Little things that count…

Little things that count…

Nothing can give us joy in life like spending time with the people we love. At festivals, birthdays and at times of need it becomes all the more important, irrespective of how trivial it may seem at times, especially if it is something you have always done. Tomorrow is Diwali […]

November 10, 2015