Maha Ganapathy and Mahatma Gandhi have something in common. Figures of both are drawn in million different ways and each one of them is easily recognizable. More about this in a minute. My Cousin Manogar or Mano Anna to us, narrated this story sometime in the early seventies. As every elder brother, he was a... Continue Reading →
Dil Khil Jaate Hain – Happy Holi..
To Vaibhav and Saurabh, who taught me the significance of the festival and to all other friends who are celebrating the festival today. As soon as I fired my laptop yesterday, my Calendar app popped to say, Holi Holiday tomorrow. It was the first time in many years (since 1984 to be exact) no one... Continue Reading →
Gushing Joy of Happy Diwali.
சித்திரப் பூ போலே சிதறும் மத்தாப்பு தீயேதும் இல்லாமல் வெடித்திடும் கேப்பு The biggest contribution of WhatsApp, perhaps, is posting all nostalgic stuff at an alarming pace. This feverish posting reaches a crescendo during Diwali where everyone posts how good Deepavali was during their childhood days. Whatever you thought of writing, is already posted and forwarded a million... Continue Reading →