Given a choice, what would you choose to become – A banyan tree or a palm? Lot of parameters to base the decision on. The width, the breadth, the height, the deliciousness of the fruits it bears, the beauty of the tree, the shadow it provides, the strength of its trunk and so on. What … More Banyan vs palm
Two friends of mine had been on a trip to Europe a couple of years ago. Both of them were vegetarians. Now, being a vegetarian in South India is great. You always have lots of tasty variety to choose from. But it’s a little different on a Europe trip. In the beginning, they were all … More Spoilt by spices
Central market of Ljubljana.. After missing the planned visit, a surprising chance event led me to the market and it took me by awe! … More Bazaars of the world – III
This post is for ladies like myself who would want to go on an adventure against all odds, and also to gentlemen who are friends with ladies like myself. I wrote about my first diving course in Entering a new life: in the open waters last week. Now this post is dedicated to very specific circumstances that many … More Diving while on period
Pondi again! 15th June 2017. This time I am a little more grown up and am not going to let people fool me, or not get into stupid problems. I have booked a hostel. I have an objective for these four days. And instead of letting an auto-driver loot me this time, I am walking … More Entering a new life: in the open waters
And here comes the next episode! Some clicks from Bangalore’s famous one of the largest and one of the oldest Russel market! Super-excited, we got up early morning on a Sunday and reached the market by 7 a.m. We were expecting to see it in its full rush at this hour. Surprisingly, barely any shops … More Bazaars of the world – II
Why does one write?
Because they want to show off, because they want to establish authority over a subject or because they truly want to say something? … More Why do you write?
I love visiting markets while travelling any city, town or even the smallest village. Why? First of all, it is a great place to observe a part of local economy – what grows in the region, what people eat in the region, what is created here and what is valued here, what is demanded and supplied and … More Bazaars of the world – I
Who would have thought that spending an entire afternoon in the weekend-crowded park at Raja’s seat would turn out to be so interesting and we would deliberately spend another entire afternoon there! Our driver and guide for the day ditched us halfway through the day and we ended up at Raja’s seat almost around 4 p.m. on … More Patience pays off