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Rain has so much to offer. To the lovers. To the artists. To thinkers. And then to people like me (who, of course, have nothing to do except dash out with the camera).… Continue reading

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It’s a question of leadership and that of integrity. While a few nations that have the power to fight global terrorism are either busy seizing neighboring lands or stifling the voice of the… Continue reading

12 Candles, Each Packet (Part 2): Meeting Babli

His name is Babli. Funny for a name. But it is just his pet name. His pet name also consists of a surname. Mastan. Put-together he is famous asĀ  Babli Mastan. It is… Continue reading

Kulche-Maggi

Honestly, there is no dish like this. This is a combination of Kulche and atta noodles. It did not taste good. I took a picture because it looked good.

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Kashmiri Naan

I love this. Or used to love this. I’ve never tasted it any place other than a local restaurant in Jamshedpur (Jharkhand, India). But now I think I should. It tastes somewhat like… Continue reading

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  If you’re hitchhiking across India, you’re going to find many of these small eateries. They are primarily meant to serveĀ  flocks of exhausted motorists with delicious food. Of course, at flattering rates.… Continue reading

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If you’re in Puri, or for that matter any of the Indian seacoasts, chances are you’re going to be tempted by this terrific display. Don’t! I DID NOT like it. Honestly, it was… Continue reading

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BHUTAN May, 2008 Bhutan is a tiny country in South Asia. It is the eighth happiest country in the world and the happiest in the continent. It was in the year I visited… Continue reading