If human beings were sources of light, You could have been a bonfire; Creating your own infinity: high and blazing. I, then, would have been an oil lamp, Burning through the night, to a reader’s delight; Always of utility, but never of memory. One hears of stories by the fire, Tales and legends exchanged with … More Of Bonfires and Hurricane
A tug, a pull, a void. It starts as I hang his clothes on the drying line To iron, to fold and to keep aside. All my nerves are high strung. It hides in the dishes prepared, Revealing itself through the enticing flavours; The fear, the pain, the denial, We foxtrot as we go around … More A Soldier’s Wife
Kochi is not only famous for its food and music and cleanliness but for most of what makes Kochi, the real Kochi are its people. Tha Mallu Land as most of the North Indians might mock accepts every human being, be it from any part of the world, and shares with it her heartbeat. And … More 3 Places You Shouldn’t Miss Out In Kochi If You Are A Foodie!
It is a known fact that a strong navy is an important element of every Maritime Nation. But is it that important for nations that do not have access to the open Seas? Let’s find out why these landlocked nations have Navy and what are their motives. Also how important is Navy. AZERBAIJAN NAVY … More Landlocked Nations with A NAVY
Why do films like Nil Battey Sannata, Anarkali of Ara, Parched and Begum Jaan have fewer takers than a Rustom, Sultan or M.S. Dhoni? A few days ago I sat in the neighbourhood multiplex in Mumbai, watching Begum Jaan with eighteen other people in the first week of the film’s release. No, it wasn’t a private … More Begum or Baby: Why female-centric Bollywood films have fewer takers
How unrealistic and asinine “standards” of manhood make life difficult for the average Indian male A few days ago, I watched a video by a Bollywood film actor ( hero is not a word I’d like to use) that was created for an ad campaign around 7-8 years ago. Before the video started, I was quite optimistic … More On being a Mard
RECIPE OF MANGO KULFI Ingredients : 1 litre milk 100 gram sugar 1/2 tablespoon cardamom powder 1/2 cup mango puree 1/2 cup finely chopped cashew and almond Method : Boil milk on high flame for 3-4 minutes. After it Reduce the flame to low medium flame till it becomes 1/5th of its original quantity. Stir … More Beat The Heat Indian Way – Mango Kulfi