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Beggars, Monkeys, Rickshaws, and Indian Generosity

Namaste! This is one of my favorite stories  of four rickshaw drivers who touched my life! 

This is one of my favorite posts.  I have continually  been touched by the kind, gentle, generous spirit I experienced over and over in India!  800 more words

Thoughts on finger tips!

Wondering on how to fill and complete my first blog ever. In an office where I have joined a month back but have still no clue on what position I am exactly working on. 357 more words

How Indian cities are being shorn of trees


Kolkata’s tree cover fell from 23.4% to 7.3% over 20 years; built-up area up 190%. By 2030, vegetation will be 3.37% of Kolkata’s area. 699 more words



My memories of childhood and travel often sift between the fragrances of suitcases, and packed, spicy, and oily Gujarati snacks, especially in Ahmadabad. It’s as if what characterises the city to me is only these fragrances – the khushbu of departure, of plush cars, and comfy seat cushions, the intoxicating smell of petrol, and the deep echoes of male servants’ obedient calls of submission through the large, emptying, bungalowed walls of houses whose inhabitants have flights to catch. 14 more words


Gujarati are well known all over the world for their business acumen and here is yet another example to prove that. India’s First ever underwater restaurant Real Poseidon is located Ahmadabad and has already taken off. 187 more words


Traditions and expectations; Some funny experience with HAVEMOR Restaurant.

According to our tradition, on special occasions like Birth Days, anniversaries, Getting admission in a reputed course/institution, passing examinations with good grades, getting a good job or getting promotion etc, we perform some kind of prayer like Satya Narain Poojan, offer Prasad to our deities or distribute sweets ( normally Laddoo; लड्डू ) to our well wishers friends and relatives etc. 157 more words

Visit to Ahmadabad (Amdabvad)

We landed in Ahmadabad (अहमदाबाद, also spelled as Ahmedabad) on the eve of Christmas from Bhuj. Our visit to Ahmadabad was last leg of our vacation which had… 863 more words