Bangalore Diaries · Life · Travel

Ending the Year with a Trek to Tadiandamol 

I am not an avid traveler and I don’t see myself becoming a globe trotter in future. But I’d like myself some new sights and experiences once in a while. As a child, I haven’t traveled at all. Tours and excursions were a rarity in our family. I used to yearn to go on long vacations like my friends, but that just didn’t happen. Instead, I found those adventures and new friendships in the books I read. Hence, this was a beginning for me where the world of traveling opened itself before me.

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Books · Life

Sharing Some Books/Movie Recommendations I Received

If you are a frequent instagrammer, you might be aware of some interesting Insta Story games that have been making their rounds. There was one particular story that I liked a lot as it involved asking lots of questions and so I decided to take it up. I put this up on my story: Some… Continue reading Sharing Some Books/Movie Recommendations I Received

Bangalore Diaries · Life

All You Need to Know About The Something New Everyday Challenge

Before I begin, let me say this once again. I found the challenge very useful. I am not the same person I had been a month ago. I have become more productive, focused and reduced the bouts of overthinking I used to do. I am sure you will benefit from this too.

Food · Grandma Tales · Life

My Relationship With Avial

“I really need to borrow a stomach!” If you have ever said that in your life, you’d understand my position now. Because I really need to borrow a stomach. There is a lot of Avial left in the kitchen and it is killing me. Let me take you through the divine relationship between Avial and… Continue reading My Relationship With Avial

Life · Self Improvement

Much Like the Bitter-Sweet Gooseberries

As a child, I was always cautious as to what I asked Amma. Before I asked for a chocolate, I’d check its price and ensure that I wasn’t inconveniencing her. When Nestle Munch was introduced in India in 1999, there was a lot of buzz around it in school. For me, it was an extravagant… Continue reading Much Like the Bitter-Sweet Gooseberries

Life · Product Reviews, Contests & prompts

Price of a Cell Phone? A Cup of Tea

Cell phones and I share a special bond. No! It isn’t a bond like yours or anyone else’s. This is different. Believe it or not, I always get the defective piece in the lot. In fact, I was teaching probability to my students recently and I asked them, ‘Do you think that probability can be… Continue reading Price of a Cell Phone? A Cup of Tea

Informative Posts · Life

Most Dangerous Waters in The World

I am a person with acute thalassophobia – fear of Ocean and its depth. I remember visiting the Kochi Muziris Biennale and walking into a room, that showed a video of the turbulent waters of the Indian Ocean (If I am not wrong), and freaking out. I once went to a beach and seeing lots… Continue reading Most Dangerous Waters in The World