Monsoon odyssey to Munnar


Munnar is a a beautiful hill station  on the Western Ghats of the Indian state of Kerala.The name Munnar is believed to mean “three rivers”, referring to the town’s strategic location at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers. The heavy monsoon had given bath to the entire hills making it a verdant oasis. Munnar is no where in sight, … Continue reading

Me, Myself & Camera – Happy Valentine’s day

My friend Anne

My first love- Photography 🙂 . .reposting on Valentine’s Day!  In 1986 in class VIII while struggling with my meagre pocket money, all I knew was that Photography was an expensive hobby. I would envy some of my friends who had a Kodak-35mm film camera (some Rs.700 piece with just the capability to point & … Continue reading

Sunday 9pm at 11th Floor


It was an ordinary evening, I had just dropped my 8 year old to the keyboard classes and I saw strong beams of light moving around in the night sky. A spectacle I had only seen in the United States when I had been to my company’s New Year party. Curiosity took the better of … Continue reading

Have a safe & Happy Diwali


As we live today on this beautiful occasion of Diwali- the festival of lights. Here’s a happy & safe Diwali to all of you 🙂

Head turning Photography!


Ya, if you turn your head and focus on the head of the people around you. You will be surprised to see in how many different ingenuous ways people cover their heads. The official formal way ofcourse is to wear “The Hat”. And the “Hat” itself avatars in millions varying in color, shape, form, texture, … Continue reading

Faithful(One)ness


For once I was happy that I had to climb four floors to reach my sister’s apartment in Pune as the trip upstairs was a quick lesson in “Unity in Diversity”. All the fourteen apartments in the building left on their main door a signature of the residents Faith. And, it was interesting to note … Continue reading

The Scenic Mirik

Mirik

Tourist places seemingly present an irony. The famous must see places at any of the tourist spots are infamous very soon. Yeah, everyone reaches there and it is crowded and a visitor yearns for a natural comma in their brief journey of life called Holidays. Mirik is a picturesque tourist spot thriving in the Darjeeling … Continue reading

Me, Myself & Camera


In 1986 in class VIII while struggling with my meagre pocket money, all I knew was that Photography was an expensive hobby. I would envy some of my friends who had a Kodak-35mm film camera (some Rs.700 piece with just the capability to point & shoot; no bells & whistles) and really dream of owning … Continue reading