“The journey is bound to loosen your inner nerves. I hope just like me everyone realizes the power of calm. Home is where the heart is! If you got that vibe once, you’ll feel at home in the peaks of Triund.”
“It was here when I had asked my mom if I could have beer in a beer mug and she replied ‘No, but you could have milk in a beer cup!’.”
“Around the 80s, the staff members of the diagnostic center started by my grandfather in the same complex, decided to adopt the puja celebrations. Education is the most valuable, and you must never stop learning.”
“This place is the best mix of historical events, the present, as well as futuristic insights in the field of technology and innovation. More than a campus, it’s another home isn’t it?”
“If all of us just look around and help those who are less fortunate than us, the world will indeed be a much better place. If everyone lit just one little candle, what a bright world it would be!”
A poem i wrote back in school, almost 10 yrs before the song by the same title was released!
Fear is a strange emotion, but curiosity is stranger. It was the first time that a cycling group had been allowed a trip in those parts of Jim Corbett National Park. But I went off trail, and luckily, had a narrow escape to life!
All this while i finished the “in-between” tasks at a faster rate because i had to “get back to editing images”. Procrastinating helped me achieve a sort of “parallel productivity”!
You may be surprised to know, between Year-0 and Year-35 (well almost!), people from over 10 Indian states have stayed in our home at different points of time. Officially as tenants, but more like extended family. Knit together by a sense of bonding for which the full credit goes to my parents.