Travel, Living, PhotographyCategory
It has been a few months since my Musafir stories interview podcast came out, and I must say, I am surprised at the high number of inquiri..
When Saif from ‘The Musafir Stories’ (India’s own travel podcast) reached out to me a few weeks ago to ask whether I’d be interested in co..
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..
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:..
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..
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..
Photography is a hobby that I picked up about 15 years ago, around the time my son was born. I should thank him for that; for, it was to c..
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..