Tag Archives: Indian Diaspora

Around 51-Looking back

The home library, parenting,walks marked some ways to further inroads into North American society this year. Refined the Thinking places- and used two park – areas for walks for this purpose in an intentional manner. Apart from Riverwood, Port Credit … Continue reading

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Around Sahil’s 18th Birthday

Our second son, Sahil -was born on 18-Sep 2000, at the turn of the century. His first school of L’avenir-The Future in Gnostic Centre, Delhi. This year he passed out of Gordon Graydon Mississauga and joined Ryerson University-Toronto. On Tuesday, … Continue reading

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On Tracking and Clubs

Write down all the moves, this will help improve your game..Tracking is key to improving in any aspect of life

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Ophir-to-Bassein: Some discussions from our Home Library

The marathons of adventure are to Himalayan peaks, to the Poles, and across the oceans Chris Bonnington-Quest for Adventure   Having a home library is a step different from being part of a public library. Over some discussions and readings, … Continue reading

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Welcome Committee

In previous years, we welcomed the family members from other countries and I told my sons to form a “Welcome committee” and try to arrange gifts, plan out places to visit, and get a sense of the extended family in … Continue reading

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Here’s to our High School Days-Year End Diary-2017

Where-ever one goes, one finds some aspects of the local community which are interesting and worth learning from and imbibing. Continue reading

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Benares-Maps

Recently my mother’s sisters went to Benares, where they grew up in 1950s/60s.     In a collage in my house, I have a picture of the Uniyal family, of Benares, in the 1960s. Now, around 50 years down the … Continue reading

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