Tag Archives: Nostalgia


My niece Nina published this in Facebook. I am blessed in that I have many friends like that. Let me just share a few incidents with you. It was in 1997 that I got grounded during a weekend due to … Continue reading

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This morning when I was sitting on my favourite sofa and solving crossword puzzles, I got a whiff of the scent of mogra. An all time favourite of ours. When the breeze is from the North West of our home, … Continue reading

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Memory Lane.

Two years away, I got back today, Tried calling up this girl I used to know, But when I said hello, She didn’t know who the hell I was supposed to be. [Chorus] Memory Lane, We’re here again, Back to … Continue reading

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Tornado, Steam Locomotive.

This morning, one of our newspapers, the Business Standard carried a beautiful photograph of the Tornado, steaming its way over the Ribblehead Viaduct near York in the UK. The news about the run however is available here. Unfortunately, I am … Continue reading

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Somethings, Thank God, Never Change.

My young friend Sandeep, who is a regular reader, encourager (David, is that correct English?) and commentator of my posts has sent me a link to an article in the Time Magazine. No Mumbaikar, that is what blue blooded Bombay … Continue reading

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Stenographers And Secretaries.

I am semi active in one social network which is due to some people very close to me using that network to blog and leave comments on the posts of people in our network. This morning, I suddenly got an … Continue reading

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Eat your heart out!

This is a guest post by my sister Padmini Natarajan who is a regular contributor to Sulekha.com and a professional writer. Her articles appear in many magazines in Chennai and she has co-authored/edited a few books that have won acclaim … Continue reading

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