Author Archives: Ramana Rajgopaul

Gandhi And Yoga.

This is too funny not to share with my readers.

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Help!

I would dearly love to get myself this copy of the Bible just to see who has signed it as being the author. All my attempts at finding the shop that has offered it for sale have failed. I would … Continue reading

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Memory Trigger 25. Friday The 13th.

Friday the 13th is considered to be unlucky in Western superstition. In India, thanks to centuries of colonialism, many Indians exposed to such ideas also consider it to be unlucky. I personally have not done so but often wonder once … Continue reading

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The Last Page.

Continuing where I left off with the fist page of a novel that I may or may not write, the weekly 2 on 1 topic for today is on the last page of the same novel. You can go over … Continue reading

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Puttu Kadala Curry.

I very rarely get cravings for particular types of dishes and am easily satisfied with what is cooked at home without consulting me. There are the rare occasions when something triggers off a craving and that happened a couple of … Continue reading

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Georgia On My Mind.

One of my all time favourite singers and favourite songs. What brought that to my mind today is this great photograph! ┬áPlease click on the image for a larger resolution. And if you are interested to learn more about the … Continue reading

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Old Enough To Die.

Nick Posted this quote on his Facebook page: “”Once I realised I was old enough to die, I decided that I was also old enough not to incur any more suffering, annoyance or boredom in the pursuit of a longer … Continue reading

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Wasting Time.

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Never The Twain Shall Meet.

Rudyard Kipling wrote this famous poem The Ballad Of East And West in 1899 when The British Empire was a major factor to reckon with in wold affairs. The British found the natives of their far flung empire quite different … Continue reading

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Being Senior.

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