Pathu Chetti – Thi Janakiraman

Every religion emphasises the need to 'give.' This story, one of my favourites from Thi Jaa, provides an insight into 'joy of giving.' Read on Pathu Chetti - பத்து செட்டி தி. ஜானகிராமன். Pathu Chetti was just walking past our house. His dhoti has seen good days. The towel on his shoulder was dirty. He was... Continue Reading →

Complaint – Thi Janakiraman

We all complain, nowadays, about the food dished out by the airlines; about the plastic trays, the aseptic smell, the quantity and taste. The reason could be the food served by Indian Railways have improved. Anyone who travelled long distance and did not have the luxury to pack food from home, would have tasted the... Continue Reading →

Mr. Dash Dash Dash – Thi Janakiraman

One more story from my favourite author, Thi Janakiraman. We all go great length to look and sound knowledgable and this story captures that. The story must have been written somewhere in the 1950s which goes to prove that it's not a modern fad. The story will be of interest to people who have little... Continue Reading →

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