Featured Image: Moroccan mosaic lanterns How many cultures can you expect to see for 15 AED? (~4 USD or ~290 INR). It depends, of course. But if you are in Dubai in the beginning of 2020, I would say 78…Continue reading A (global) village for all – in the heart of Dubai!
Diwali is most certainly the Indian festival of lights but there is no denying that Sydney has adopted the festival big time; with celebrations ranging from pop-up stalls selling subcontinental food and clothing in your local mall to the huge…Continue reading Two most beautiful lights I have seen this Diwali!
A couple of months ago, I landed in the Emergency Department of my local hospital in Sydney, thanks to what seemed like a trivial miss of a single step while coming down the stairs and a simple roll over of…Continue reading Perspectives or ‘What is in a name!’
Once a Woody fan, always one! 🙂 Watching Woody in Toy Story 4 was quite an enriching experience, along with the perfect mates (read primary school kids) who were totally engrossed in the storytelling as much as I was,…Continue reading Once a Woody fan…
“Fall seven times, stand up eight” Japanese proverb. Much in love with the concept of having gorgeous reddish -orange edible citrus fruits adorning our backyard, and dreaming of all those dishes we could make with the fresh, organic oranges from…Continue reading Lessons from my orange tree
I have watched a large amount of TED talks online, got carried away by many, applied some of them in my life and benefited out of a few. But what really moved me in all of those was how they…Continue reading A day at TEDx Sydney 2019
Crisp autumn breeze, trees ablaze in colours of red, crimson, russet, burgundy and yellow; bristling leaves floating delicately in the wind, crunching of leaves as we walk through them – what is there in autumn that is not to love!…Continue reading On an autumn trail
Kerala, the home-state of Malayalam speaking community in India, has always stood high in terms of the social welfare and quality of life of its inhabitants. The 100% literacy rates and highest life expectancy of the artisan state has always…Continue reading #KeralaFloods, and how Sydney reacted to it
As International Women’s day #IWD2019 dawns on us, it is a sorry fact that the most discussed topic in Sydney today is men’s toxic sense of entitlement – in the wake of the recent ‘entitlement’ murder of a female, Indian…Continue reading Balance for better – How aware are we? #IWD2019
14 February 2019 Pulwama, India. It only took one suicidal bomber to shatter the dreams of 40 CRPF personnel and their families. The look of helplessness in the eyes of their mourning families, aired amongst the visuals of their funerals, still…Continue reading In anticipation of a happy world