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An Ode to the Imperfects

If you are a 90s kid born in India, you will remember how songs made us all fall in love with love. Music, especially the Bollywood romantic and the Hindi Pop, was a huge part of our childhood. We danced to the peppy tunes, hummed along with the singers, and played out make believe stories. I’m sure all of us must have longed to grow up and fall head over heels in love with someone just so that we could experience all those things expressed in the songs! Heck, I even wanted that certain someone to sing those songs to me…

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A Gypsy Soul #writephoto

 

Yo peeps, I’m participating in Sue’s Photo Prompt after a very long time. I have been extremely busy with a host of things. So obviously didn’t get enough time for blogging. But I’m back…and as always I’m starting with Sue‘s beautiful photo prompt. Thanks dear for this intriguing photo!

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The Game

We often say “It’s not a child’s play, Life-and-Death”.

But what if all of this is just a game? And we are merely a pawn on someone’s chess board?

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If only we could buy time

If only we could buy time

I would hear your story

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Assurance

“How come you stand by the door these days?”
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A Walk back in time

History is a beautiful subject but we hardly ever take it out of the textbooks! If you ask me history is such an engaging pursuit that if taught right, can create a great amount of interest in students. The right guidance can get the students to see the unseen, to go beyond the facades and perceive the meaning of the hidden stories. History has the potential of creating better future citizens of the world as a cross-cultural awareness while finding our roots will definitely prove to be of help in a world which is being torn apart based on religious and cultural differences.
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Free

via Daily Prompt: Bliss
Love makes and breaks you. It leaves you a totally different person! It’s all good when you are happily in love, but when it goes downside…you are stranded in a too familiar looking world. Every nook and corner of which keeps reminding you of the Blissful time that you had, all that you were and that you can no longer be…
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For you Aaji…

Happy Two Years of Blogging to me!! 🙂 🙂
So wordpress reminded me yesterday that I have been blogging for 2 whole years now! I can’t believe how far I have come from the first blog that I posted. The journey has been amazing and there’s definitely an improvement in my writing style, my creative output and narration. I’m thankful to all my blogger friends and followers who have encouraged me with their likes, follows and comments. This journey would have been incomplete without your support.
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Monday Blues…

Hola guys!
Monday morning blues are hitting in. I’ve been working for just over 2 hours now, but I already want to call it a day and go home and sleep! Soooo not ready for a Monday. In fact, I don’t think I’m ready for any day! I just want to cuddle up in my bed with a nice book. Sigh  Things we have to deal with in this stupid adult life! Ufff…
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Chasing Suns and Shadows in Coorg!

Rolling hills, idyllic cottages, coffee plantations, chirping birds, homemade wines and most importantly absolutely no mobile network connectivity or television and telephones!! Coorg was a perfect getaway that we were looking for.
Just like last year, we packed our bags and headed to Karnataka for a 10 day tour. But this time we went further south and explored the land of the Hoysala Dynasty, of the coffee and spice estates and of the famous hill station, Coorg!
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