Monthly Archives: August 2014

In praise of procrastination

If I were to summarise all the content of this essay, I would go to Sanskrit, and take inspiration from the famous “Karmanaye Vadhikaraste” verse of Sri Bhagvad Gita and then I would refer you all to following:       … Continue reading

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Week 10 – Of One year!

August 18, 2014 – August 24, 2014 The 21st day of August, which happened to fall in Week 10, marked one year of my living in this country. Living and working. Living, working and reading. Living, working, reading and walking. … Continue reading

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Week 9 – In High Culture

August 11, 2014 – August 17, 2014 On 15th of August, India observed and celebrated its 68th Independence Day. Among many subjects in my life about whose certainty I am never confirmed and never want to be confirmed is also the … Continue reading

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The Depression

So, we have lost a person, who stimulated people across countries, religions, races and languages to laugh and enjoy this mostly meaningless, nearly catastrophic and almost chaotic world. The person goes by the name of Robin Williams. The agent of laughter … Continue reading

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Week 8 – Lost

August 4, 2014 – August 10, 2014 How does an aloof and solitude-loving person like me react to a sudden and radical change in surroundings, which start brimming with people? I found myself lost. Totally. Completely. I was annihilated by … Continue reading

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