Scrolling through the memories on Facebook … Saw posts of friends added over the years, down I went a picture of my nephews I added to the family album, the last entry in the list was “9 years ago today” the post I had put in at 6:09AM ” in India :)” It hit me!… Continue reading Nine years
This is my third post of the same title!! 🙂 Trivia… This made me look at what I had written earlier & when… 2007 & 2008. 2007 I have written about going back & following the tradition (don’t know if I have to laugh or cry at reading this!). 2008 just a wikipedia like note… Continue reading Navarathri
Vande Mataram! Woke up to watching the news featuring the new “Mile Sur Mera Tum hara” rather named “Phir Mile sur” Check it out here The older version or the original is here I like both the versions. The previous one was simple, melodious while the newer one has more variety musically. Though both videos… Continue reading Republic Day 2010
I have written many a post talking of whether I believe in God or not. About whether there is any reason behind many of the customs we follow (or at least read and commented on many posts on my blog hopping!!) I have also read a lot of posts on all this -why must I… Continue reading Hindu
Reema had written this post on the issue of remarriage of widows, widowers, the attitude of Indian society toward both. I agree to every single thing that she has written. This post though stems from a different situation – an extension to what she has penned in already. From what I have heard and faced… Continue reading Remarriage!
Vimal tagged for this meme here. He has written he wanted more visits to that page…may be that is why this late tagging happened 🙂 I like tags. I guess I learn more about myself when I do them. This one : I learnt that I am pretty much open to most things in life;… Continue reading Expansionist…me?
Navarathri(9 nights) or Dusshera is celebrated in various ways in different parts of India. Had read Reema’s entry on Durga Pujo. Decided to write this on how it is in South India, especially Tamil Nadu. This Hindu festival is celebrated in Purattasi month (tamil lunar month around Sep -October) starting from the Mahalaya Amavaasai (no… Continue reading Navarathri