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Coorg stories...

River waters and rocks, big feet and (not so) little feet …

Sights on a run… will it turn into a coach?

Barefoot Running

Tibet in a day!

One of the popular places to visit for a day, from Mysore, is the Tibetan Settlement of Bylakuppe near Kushalanagar. A great friend of Manjula and Stephen’s is Ani Samten, originally from the States she is a Buddhist nun (that’s what Ani means) who’s lives at a Monastery in the settlement. 580 more words



I couldn’t have managed without you

Cary has been my key supporter and lifeline to help set up here in Mysore. Whether its renting the house seven years ago, ‘owning’ my scooter and motorbike, crazy adventures to investigate raising sheep or looking at land to buy, a listening ear for my frustrations, to help me understand this wonderful crazy country, introducing me to the ‘club’, early morning swims and being a part of his lovely family. 182 more words

Life In India

Coorg - A chat with Mother Nature

“Visit to Coorg is like having a chat with Mother Nature.”
As one drives through the narrow roads of Coorg, the aromas of coffee, vanilla and spices will sooth your senses. 1,286 more words


Shirt dressin'

Hello there,

Been a while since I got to post here, cause well it’s been quite a dramatic November for me, so far. Nevertheless a few visits to the hospital and a high dose of medical drugs later, I’m back. 266 more words


Tipu Jayanthi and the erosion of our true secular values

Was Tipu Sultan a religious bigot or a freedom fighter? Was he a mass murderer or a leader who deserves to be celebrated even 2 centuries after his death? 848 more words