Eldorado – Sujatha

Of all the relationships, the most difficult to describe would be a Father - Son relationship. The mother and daughter talk all the time, share their good and bad moments, find each other's shoulders to cry when needed. The joy, solace, sadness and melancholy are shared immediately throughout their lives. The mother - son connect... Continue Reading →

Radiopetti – Adventurous Listening

Couple of weeks back, I watched a Tamil movie on Netflix, Radiopetti - ரேடியோபெட்டி -(Radio Box), by Hari Viswanath. The movie is about an old man and his Radio. Anyone who has ever listened to old Radio would feel a personal connect with the movie and I recommend watching it. It has rave reviews and has... Continue Reading →

The Chepauk Chronicles: Part-1

For all the claims we make about being traditional, we give up traditions very easily. One always associates Madras - sorry -  Chennai with two things. Music season in December and Test Matches during Pongal Holidays (around 15th of January). The tradition was followed for many years and as it happens with everything else in... Continue Reading →

The Pakistan Magic

I am one of those millions of fans who followed Pakistan’s heroics in the just concluded Test against Australia, who, like everyone else, hoped, wished and prayed that they would pull off a most spectacular chase in the history of Test Cricket. I just read an article from Ian Chappel about playing spin where he... Continue Reading →

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