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Historical Beauties: Batu Caves & Islamic Arts Museum

Today, we got up bright and early to visit one of Malaysia’s “Top 10 things to do in Kuala Lumpur” tourist attractions, Batu Caves. A short 20 minutes from the Ritz, we arrived at 9:00 a.m. 255 more words

Batu Caves

Holy Bat Cave!

Since my first trip to Malaysia in 2011, I’ve had mentioned to me a number of times the Batu Caves.  Located about 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, these caves serve as a significant Hindu temple site for their god Murugan.   1,284 more words

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I’ve always been a huge fan of South Indian food, and often go out of the way to find it. In the U.S., most Indian food takes the form of oily gravy dishes served with huge naans. 190 more words

Eat Out

Two days to go.

The title was relevant since I had planned on writing a blog post about how exams are not scary and waiting for results is and then I realized that no body would want to read that. 140 more words


The Outcome of a Novel

When I came across the news caricaturing the aftermaths of Perumal Murugan for writing a novel it was not with disappointment I read the story but with shame and remorse. 624 more words


Kartikeya: Arjun’s brother–in-law!

  • In Bhagwad Gita, Krishn says, ‘Amongst army commanders, I am Skanda.Chp 10, verse 24.

Who is Skanda, the war-God? He is aka… 181 more words