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“Tea” totaler July 24 2017, 0 Comments

A tea-break allows a few minutes of respite at any time during the day.  It is a moment to place a hault on the demands of a whirlwind day in our highly accelerated modern society.  It enables us to take a break from emails, BBMs, phone calls....

Wanderlust July 24 2017, 0 Comments

Travel is the spice of life; it is crème fraiche on a basic sponge cake; it is the vibrant lipstick on a bare face, it is the statement necklace on a basic black dress....

Voila Wallah! July 20 2017, 0 Comments

“Wallah” is a term used in India as a suffix to describe a person who performs a specified task or business.  I won’t call it slang, but certainly a term that has become part of linguistics.  It is used to describe a specialist in a particular task....

TMC (Too Many Choices) July 17 2017, 0 Comments

Since childhood we are taught to make choices.  All of us at one point of time or the other have heard the familiar rendition from our parents,  “Make the right choice,” “Whatever choices you make now will impact your life forever....

No Short-Cuts to Perfection June 21 2017, 0 Comments

Perfection is not instantaneous, not exigent and not speedy.  It is a laborious, tiresome and toilsome journey. 

Perfection can be achieved in any field by giving it enough time, patience, perseverance....


Madonna-Whore: A Bollywood Story June 16 2017, 0 Comments

I am from India.  Hence, befalls upon me the duty to blog at least once about the industry that is the beating heart, deep soul and the throbbing pulse of India-The Indian Film Industry....


My Italian “Domani Attitude” May 12 2017, 0 Comments

There is a lightness to life in Italy.  A buoyancy, an effervescence, an inconsequential grace. You might say, what does that mean?  In simple terms there is looseness in living, an elasticity, nobody takes life too seriously.  They eat, drink and are “contento” and “felice.”....


Ayurvedic Khichdi April 17 2017, 0 Comments

Ayurveda is a word of Sanskrit origin. It means “the complete knowledge for long life.” It is native to India and has been practiced for centuries by the great Rishis (sages) whose lives spanned over a period of a thousand years. They never aged, always maintained glistening taut skin (sans wrinkles) with lustrous hair and had physical fitness akin to the great Atlas....


Street food March 27 2017, 0 Comments

Street food’s inception is the street. Hence, a busy street is the integral part of street food....


“Java” script March 12 2017, 0 Comments

My friend Albert has written a book on constitutional law. Currently, he is on a  promotional tour discussing the various nuances and intricacies of the Constitution.  He is debating heavy topics such as First Amendment, Gay marriage, Freedom of Speech, Obscenity, etc....