UNDULATE – The wild grass, the coconut trees, other trees and the tree covered mountain in the distance, look like green waves.
Unfortunately, acts of violence for the sake of violence have always been a part of human life, all over the world , through the ages. We read about the World Wars in books and magazines and there were so many movies about them. People are sacrificed and people are killed and it just cannot be… Continue reading Memories of Childhood, World War 2
JUXTAPOSITION – The beautiful Ajanta Caves in the distance. One would never imagine that something so beautiful and man made would be found in the middle of forests and mountains.The view point from where the caves were first sighted by John Smith in 1819.
Milestones , those stones by the side of the road showing the distance from one place to another have always been a part of our childhood. The distance may have been in miles or in kilometres, but they have always been called milestones or ‘mile kallu’ in Kannada. Kallu is stone. Every summer vacation in… Continue reading Milestones
WAITING- waiting for the early morning train 🙂
FAMILY – A GREAT GRANDFATHER TAKING A PHOTO OF HIS GREAT GRANDSON FROM DIFFERENT ANGLES 🙂
Sometime in the third week of December, 2013, a bulbul couple decided to build their nest in our verandah, above the curtain rod, with the curtain as a secure base . We tried our best to discourage them but had not succeeded. The nest made of dried leaves and sticks was built .In the last… Continue reading Our Bulbul Family 🙂
WINDOW – The sun streaming through the window and catching the eye of the baby:)
Growing up with books we lived in a world of imagination, where anything and everything was possible. We passed on this love to our children by reading aloud to them from the time they could understand, first the pictures then the story. Magazines and comics like Chandamama, Tinkle, Amar Chitra Katha series, Phantom and Mandrake… Continue reading Memories of Childhood; a cherished magazine
Beginning- Enter this gateway for a new beginning 🙂