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Platform Three, Part Two

For Part 1 of this story, go here.

Kem chhe, Persis,” he asked gently, his eyes never leaving hers. Persis stopped to breathe deeply. 1,074 more words


Irani Cafes Mumbai: B Merwan

In my second trip to another Irani cafe, back to back weekends as it happened, I checked out B Merwan near Grant Road railway station, on a recommendation of a friend who frequents this place for breakfast and gave amazing reviews. 479 more words


Michael Habermann: Sorabji, Piano Music

It’s impossible to say anything bad about this, to be honest.
Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji was born Leon Dudley Sorabji in Chingford, his father being a civil engineer of Parsi parentage from Bombay. 805 more words

Irani Cafes Mumbai: Yazdani Bakery

It’s been more than three years for me in Mumbai but surprisingly I never visited any of the much famous Parsi bakeries of the city. These bakeries are a heritage of the city and probably the only thing, apart from the sea, that hasn’t changed with the changing times. 531 more words


The Blog That Keeps on Giving / Platform 3

This blog, Wisdom Wears Neon Pyjamas Version 2.0, completes 7 years today. I began blogging on this platform at a time when I didn’t know what I’d be doing the next weekend. 1,422 more words


Journey from Persia to The-Hind

The cold breeze is blowing! The sky is getting red. Arrows are flying, shields are splintered, there came the Arabs and now began the downfall of the great  907 more words




By Kamlesh Tripathi

Today, once again early in the morning I was woken up by a phone call from Sukhwinder Singh. He is a Granthi (Priest) in a Gurudwara (Sikh temple) in Faridabad, and also happens to be my friend, in the abstract spirits of comrade-in-arms. 574 more words