Category Archives: Walks

Around Father’s day-2017

My father introduced me to libraries, inculcated the love of the written word in me, and over the years, this has enriched life in many ways. Continue reading

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Walks and conversations-Year end notes-2016

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” Plutarch Was going through some walks, conversations, experiences of 2016. Here are some video journals with Himalaya Hitkar society, in Uttarakhand, Garhwal Himalayas, India. Mr.Sudhir … Continue reading

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Walks in Fall.2016

Last June, we went saw an exhibition of Churches of China, located in Mississauga, when we visited Bradley historic house and museum. Following this concept, I went to visit the St.Sava-All Serbian saints church near Dundas-Dixie. Told the people there, … Continue reading

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Reading places- Gulhane Park-Sultanahmet Istanbul

Reading at Gulhane Park reminded me of some other reading places where I have enjoyed

the many flavors of art and literature in scenic environments Continue reading

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Exploring Collections-Connections-Communities

Every season, we become a member of one institution around our home and explore the different exhibitions in depth. This has added a richness to life, and brought connections with different trends of humanity. As one curator once said- Collections make Connections. Continue reading

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Of Books, walks, narratives…on Teacher’s day

Today is Teacher’s Day. Do you practice something from your culture or civilization in your daily life?
How does this practice affect your understanding of life?
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A LETTER FROM YESTERDAY

Then I received a unique letter “from yesterday” from an old friend, with whom I used to go for motorcycle rides in Pune, with my parents sometimes chasing us- Where are you off to? Those were the college days – and I was visiting the same streets where I had grown up as a small school boy-studying in Vincent’s , in a very different way. Continue reading

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