Monthly Archives: March 2010

Desire.

“When all the desires that surge in the heart are renounced, The mortal becomes immortal. When all the knots that strangle the heart are loosened, The mortal becomes immortal.” “You are what your deep, driving desire is. As your desire … Continue reading

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RSVP

RSVP – “Répondez s’il vous plaît” “Please Respond”, in English, is a graceful way of requesting people to respond to invitations to confirm acceptance or regrets to the event for which the guest has been invited. I have used RSVP … Continue reading

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Praise!

This cartoon  in one of my favourite news papers set me thinking of not only my past but also my current situation. Go to any Leadership training program or read a book on leadership and the point of giving praise … Continue reading

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Bottle Cap.

A ketchup bottle’s cap broke, as it does frequently when the mouth is not cleaned frequently and I sent for a substitute. Instead of one, I go three in a blister pack with the product description as follows: The bottle … Continue reading

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The Opposite Sex.

Welcome to another post of the Friday Loose Bloggers’ Consortium when eleven of us post on the same topic chosen by one of us. Today’s topic has been chosen by Ashok. Understandable, at his age! Please do visit Ashok, Conrad, … Continue reading

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Wandering Mahila-Gen Now And Their Tomorrows

One of the problems that I see all around me in India is the immense pressure being put on children to study and score high marks in their schools. I see children after school hours attending extra coaching classes or … Continue reading

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M. F. Hussein

M. F, Hussein is a famous painter of Indian origin whose paintings fetch astronomical prices in the global market. Mr. Hussein fled India when many Indians lodged court cases against him for depicting Hindu Gods and Goddesses in what was … Continue reading

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Flipkart And My Adventure With Them – II

All is well that ends well. I refer my readers to a blog that is part of the website of Flipkart. Mr. Kanth has been in direct communication with me and the matter has been resolved to my complete satisfaction. … Continue reading

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If I could travel in Time, I would……..”

Welcome to another post of the Friday Loose Bloggers’ Consortium when eleven of us post on the same topic chosen by one of us. Today’s topic has been chosen by Judy. Please do visit Ashok, Conrad, Grannymar, Magpie11, Maria, Gaelikaa, … Continue reading

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India,Britain And Me.

My friend Anil sent me a link to an article in the Evening Standard of London by Sebastian Shakespeare to say how happy he was to read such nice things about India in general and Tamil Nadu in particular. My … Continue reading

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