Humour

Its Different

Recently, I presided over a session of “khud-ki-adalat“* to assure myself that some new developments on personal front must be accepted on the face value and to let everyone have clear idea about it. Specially my super-dominant “Mrs AlwaysDoubtful“ (MAD hence-forth) self. She does show up most of the times, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Photo Post

Sweet Savoury Signature

Affluent hill station down south, lush greenery, breath-taking verdant rolling hills, mist cloaked hill tops, winding roads where sun-rays play tag with the dusty roads below; vast carpets of viridescent paddy fields, aromas of coffee and spices… that’s Coorg. The natural beauty at its best. A ‘just in time’ plan Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Reflections

Weaves with A Weave #WOW

Can Ms Shipshape have skeletons in her cupboard? If not skeletons, she may have a surprise or two that she might have shoved away inadvertently and in all possibility, have forgotten about it; only to find one day that it presented itself as a shock which turned into an amusement Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Reflections

Silence #WordlessWednesday

Silence is one of the hardest argument to refute – Josh Billings Amidst the hustle and bustle of a busy street, I witnessed an intense drama when I came across a lady selling hand-held fans made with peacock feathers. Oblivious to the crowd, the drama was staged in the amphitheater Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Essays

Natty And Happy Smart Home

Challenges cease their daunting facade once you face them. I learnt this recently. Rather it gave me the trophy of victory in the form of graduation in the level of respect and love from my kid! I ended the challenge with a vote of thanks to “natty and happy” smart Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago