“Plantable” Rakhis are innovative and eco-friendly. I opt for them this Raksha Bandhan!
“One can never feel bored in Lajpat Nagar as all of you have to do is look outside and see how life is unfolding for many. The perks of living here is that you can always do last minute shopping.”
“For me, it was the amalgamation of my passion towards teaching that probably I inherited from my father and the change we wanted to make in the education system. And while I express these feelings, it would be unfair not to thank the spaces that I’ve grown into.”
“One leaves a part of oneself in each place and also takes with oneself a part of every place. Wherever I have lived, I never felt like an outsider.”
“Now, when I visit my village, I no longer get the view of Kanchenjunga mountain as buildings have come up, the river has narrowed and encroachment has reached to its brim.”
“ किसी का घर से कैसा रिस्ता है, कितना लगाव है ये शायद वो लोग बेहतर समझते हैं जो घर से दूर रहते हैं। अब सवाल ये कि आखिर वो घर कौन सा ?”
“No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories.” ― Haruki Murakami
“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.”
“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!”
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.