My ''other'' family.
My family has a thing about dogs. Any dog will do! We get this from Mom who has been bringing strays home for as long as we can remember.
posted on Jan. 26, 2009
The feel of non-tactile sensations is interesting.
posted on Jan. 25, 2009
I havn't seen this aywhere else....
In the small town in central India where my parents live very few people buy vegetables from supermarkets. A vegetable seller goes from door to door every…
posted on Jan. 24, 2009
My little brother
He's cute, but you won't catch me saying that to him! (Older sisters must always keep the perspective, after all!). He's owns a workshop that repairs cars and…
posted on Jan. 23, 2009
From a railway carriage #2
These two little old men, deep in conversation, were sitting on the railway platform at Dewas.
posted on Jan. 22, 2009
From a railway carriage #1
Travelling by train in India can be great fun, provided you are carrying an open mind and a sense of humour along on the journey.
posted on Jan. 21, 2009
Hear the cannon roar? Not.
Found this shiny little cannon outside a police station. Loved its colours!
posted on Jan. 19, 2009
Choti (Little One)
Friend, whose smile has come to be Very precious unto me…. ~ Elizabeth Akers Allen ~ She lives outside our local post office, and this was where we first met…
posted on Jan. 18, 2009
This old man sits on the road which leads up from my place to my office. Immensely dignified, he's picked himself a nice sunny spot, set up a small weighing…
posted on Jan. 17, 2009
Writ in stone
I love old signs carved in stone and Shimla has some nice ones.
posted on Jan. 16, 2009
''Dim Sum'' is a local favourite. It has succesfully married Chinese cuisine to Indian taste. I love their paneer satays (one thought satays were Indonesian…?),…
posted on Jan. 15, 2009
Newspaper of the day
Our local rag ‘'Amar Ujala’' (''Everlasting Brightness'').
posted on Jan. 14, 2009
Here's my favourite chana-wala sunning himself on Scandal Point. Chronically shy, Munshi Ram allowed me to photograph him on the sole condition that he could…
posted on Jan. 13, 2009
Err... Christmas, anyone?
My neighbour, Siddharth, who refuses to let his father take down his Christmas Tree. He agreed to sit still for a few seconds only because I told him he could…
posted on Jan. 12, 2009
Experiments with fire
My friends think I've finally gone 100% batty. This weekend, instead of dancing around, sipping chaang (a horrible rice-based country liquor), eating momos and…
posted on Jan. 11, 2009
The sky is gray and white and cloudy, Sometimes I think it's hanging down on me. And it's a hitch-hike a hundred miles. I'm a rag-a-muffin child. Pointed finger…
posted on Jan. 09, 2009
You start off by wanting to do something. You don't succeed at it. The result is something other than what you sought. Is it failure? Is it success? Who cares!
posted on Jan. 07, 2009