Monthly Archives: October 2015

# Day 157 (The ‘feasting and fasting’ package)

Come September and with the Ganesha Chaturthi celebrations on the fourth day of the first fortnight in the lunar month of Bhadrapada, the festive season in our country officially begins. It lasts through the months of September, October and sometimes … Continue reading

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# Day 156 (A fast and its moon)

  It’s an activity nearly every North Indian is used to from childhood…looking out for the moonrise on ‘Karva-chauth’ so that all the fasting women in the house can break the fast and a feast of traditional preparations can follow. … Continue reading

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# Day 155 (Everyone has those days!)

Only Calvin can say it like it is…when it is difficult to sift out that one meaningful thought…. (shared from Twitter)

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# Day 154 (‘The pregnant deer’ anecdote…)

An anecdote about life and choices… It’s a story about a pregnant deer that is about to give birth. She finds a remote grass field near a strong-flowing river which seems a safe place. Suddenly labour pains begin. At the … Continue reading

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# Day 153 (In lighter vein…)

 Love such inspiration…!!! 

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# Day 152 (Sublime Tagore)

A mystic,a visionary, a painter and a Nobel laureate for literature — Tagore was India’s grand old man of letters. To just list out his life-achievements is to bow in reverence to the intellect of a titan. He has to … Continue reading

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# Day 151 (The miracle of children…)

For all its trials and tribulations, motherhood is wondrous feeling. A beautiful verse to express the sentiment shared by so many mothers around the world…

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