(My 2019 was beautiful, tried to write about it in a different way here) "Some things are so unexpected that no one is prepared for them..." Leo Rosten At the age of my adult children Gave many a shock I took a step brazen And again entered into the state of wedlock All happened in … Continue reading My 2019
(This blog has been rewritten by me many times. I had decided to cancel publishing it. But finally thought let it be, so what if it seems uninteresting, let me publish for the sake of spending so much time on it) There has been a huge positive development in my life. That explains the reason … Continue reading My Past Train
“What hath night to do with sleep?" says the great English poet, John Milton. True. Night has other appealing things, like walk at night. When I was diagnosed with diabetes few years back, walking became a de rigueur routine in my life. I used to go for walk early in the morning. As years passed … Continue reading Walk at Night
We planned to go to Wagah Border in the evening. One of my friend had made arrangements for VIP entry for us and our vehicle. We were told to leave early in the afternoon itself for the Beating Retreat function which starts at about 5 pm. However, the scene there was not as we expected.
It is not the Twitter Handle but the Train Handle. As I am a daily commuter by local suburban trains in Mumbai, I always think of the poor handles hanging in the trains. I wanted to do something for them. So, I am using this platform to give them the attention they seek. Have anyone … Continue reading Handles of life