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  • Posted Feb. 19, 2009 by Soulcurry Viewed 2046 times

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Kalyani and Geeta are two friends who are now also work colleagues. We go back such a long way that we sometimes behave like old couples, completing each others' sentences and sharing the same stories without tiring!
They are amazing women: multi-talented, gorgeous, affectionate and hugely successful. They're both polyglots and fantastic musicians too.
Eating is a favourite activity and it felt as though lunchtime should never end.
Girls, I like ‘'Eatopia“” but seriously, what sort of place is it that does not serves dosas? Next time it’s Saravana Bhavan, even if I have to queue up at 11:00 am!

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    • # Soulcurry

      Oh you would! What I love about our clothes is that they hide all one's physical flaws wonderfully!

      2009.02.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Truenic

      I have, but had the flu something awful. Couldn't really enjoy it that much. Amazingly, it was to meet a tweeter in from out of town so I really didn't want to jam out!

      2009.02.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Soulcurry

      Yes, B, it was raw silk. As was the dupatta.

      Nic, don't the girls look great? Have you been to Saravana Bhavan? Their food is beyond description.

      2009.02.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Truenic

      I love how relaxed and happy your friends look in this pic.
      BTW-we have a chain of restaurants here called Saravana Bhavan!

      2009.02.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Beth

      yeah, ya are, hon! (It makes you more interesting tho, no worries ;-) ) I like your friend's blue salwar kameez, btw- it looks like it's silk?

      2009.02.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Soulcurry

      I just realised how "Indian" we are! Sarees, salwar-kameezes, bindis and all. Not many of my friends & colleagues wear western clothes.... Must be a generation thing.

      2009.02.23 Edited Reply Cancel