Ayodhya Verdict – My thoughts

I am making an exception, for the second time, on my own restrictions in blogging, that is, not to write about Politics and religion. I am not an expert on anything including law and religious studies. The only qualification I have to write on this subject is I write 'Sriramajayam' (victory to Lord Rama) every... Continue Reading →

Exposure – Ambai

Couple of months back, I was standing at the gate of a paper mill. I saw a group of college students, perhaps  eighteen or nineteen years old, talking amongst themselves. In the group of about eight people, there was only one girl and she was talking with lot of confidence, conviction and composure. Though I could... Continue Reading →

Mahabs Magic.

Kalki Krishnamurthy, the famous Tamil Novelist is widely known for his magnum opus 'Ponniyin Selvan.' Actually one of his other novels - Sivakimiyin Sapatham (Sivakami's Vow) relates more to us because the novel is based in Mahabalipuram, the village/town where we grew up. Kalki's narration about any ancient city is so powerful it brings to... Continue Reading →

Mahatma Gandhi – 150.

One of the quotes I like about Communism goes like this; "If you are not a communist at the age of 20, you haven't got a heart. If you are still a communist at the age of 30, you haven't got a brain. For me, the communist thoughts came at younger age, when I was... Continue Reading →

Half an hour or twenty minutes?

Vinay my nephew based in Toronto, Canada and I were chatting few Sundays back on WhatsApp video and somehow the conversation turned to some language howlers. He then mentioned an incident happened the previous day. He was checking the features of a mobile phone in a shop and the sales guy at the shop was... Continue Reading →

Situation Song & Six Commandments.

I published a blog last year (What’s the Magic? You Asked Time to Stop!)  where I have written about two great lyricists of Tamil Movies namely Kannadasan and Vali. I thought I would follow that up with couple of more songs from these great poets but never got around to it.  You always need a... Continue Reading →

Adieu Arun (Jaitley)

Arun Jaitley was probably the chief influencer for millions of Indian middle class, especially the English speaking ones, to become followers of BJP. He was well educated, a very successful lawyer and spoke more like a CEO of a large corporate than a street smart politician. Arun Jaitley was a student leader and a great... Continue Reading →

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