Unlike Corinne, who has spent her early years in different parts of India, courtesy the Indian Army, I have always lived in one city, viz. Mumbai. And I grew up in a quaint suburb, just on the … [Read more...] about Well Of Death
A few days ago, as part of the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge, Sharmila Kulkarni had written a thought-provoking post about her Nana (maternal grandfather). But what struck a chord was the … [Read more...] about Vacations Redefined
Originally, Mahabaleshwar was created as a summer capital so that British sahibs and memsahibs, stationed in the Bombay Presidency, could escape the heat of the Indian summer. Now, except for the … [Read more...] about Mahabaleshwar
I first visited Kerala (a State in South India) in the early nineties, much before the Keralites discovered that they lived in God's Own Country. And having discovered God's Own Country, on my own, I … [Read more...] about Kalaripayattu
Last summer we had a family reunion cum holiday in Wellington, a quaint Cantonment town in the Nilgiris (South India) straight out of the British Raj, which hosts The Madras Regimental Centre and The … [Read more...] about Captivating Coonoor!