This Corona-Lockdown has revealed two kinds of people. First, like me, who were satisfied with stocking enough rice, pulses, and aata (flour) to last them the month. Then there were those who took the lockdown by its horns and turned it into art. Now, before I proceed, let me tell you something that most of … Continue reading Lockdown diaries -The Pani-Puri Challenge
An image of him from the papers had got stuck in my mind. I think it was from the Zimbabwe series or somewhere. I clearly recalled this guy, standing with his legs spread wide apart, his hands swinging the bat high above his head as he struck the ball - maybe to the boundary.
“Koi Shikwa agar ho, aur shikayat agar ho… humse gila karo, par tum mila karo. Haan maine bhi pyar kiya hai….” Crooned the music system of a car coming in our direction. Abhishek B and Karisma K danced in front of my tired eyes. We never believed God would hear our prayers so soon.
Some days back my four year old was invited to a Birthday Party - his first since landing in India. Hmm... so what's so special about a five year old's birthday party to dedicate an entire blog. Just that it was my debut too into the world of birthday parties. Pretty nerve racking I must … Continue reading A debutante mom