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Our flight touches down in Dimapur and the stewardess makes an announcement that the airline has lived up to its promise of landing on-tim..
My cousin Jayakrishnan (JK) has been working hard to set up a ‘Tinkering lab’ in a school in our village; the one where he did his early e..
This is one of those little joys of life (the micro-happiness bits) that helps you keep going when nothing else is really working for you:..
As I have probably mentioned in one of my earlier posts, it was around the time that my son was born – way back in 2003 – that I actually ..
So life has been moving along, rather like a passenger train over the past few months with a fair share of fun, travel, work and of course..
In one of my earlier posts, I had listed down some of my initial thoughts and observations about the exciting, colourful and bustling Mexi..
I’d seen those masks in the airport shops when I first entered Mexico. Those colourful masks, which I assumed were fancy gift ideas for ki..
November 2018, Mangalore: I was to travel to Mexico City for work, and truth be told, I wasn’t feeling exactly comfortable about the propo..
I met them – Kathakali artist Sukumaran and his companion – in (what I thought) was the unlikeliest of places – in one of the corridors of..
If you haven’t read Part 1 of this story, please read it here before you proceed any further.
We left peaceful Bodh Gaya to head to ano..
I grabbed a cup of hot bella coffee from the crowded Hatti Kaapi outlet outside the Bangalore airport terminal, and found a comfortable se..
Eshwar Sundaresan is an ex-Infoscion and now a published author, counselor and trainer. Eshwar and I go back a long way–we’ve been friends..
Have you heard this tale of a Sufi saint who, way back in time, stole some coffee beans from Arab traders and planted them on a sloping hi..
Of late, I have started enjoying making conversations with strangers – mostly Uber drivers. Maybe it has got to do with the fact that I am..