Here is a beautiful Hindu textual/legendary reference to the baby named-Sita👇 Valmiki’s Ramayana: In Valmiki’s Ramayana and Kamban’s Tamil epic Ramavataram, Sita is said to have been discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, believed to be Sitamarhi in Mithila region of present-day Bihar, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of […]Read More Let’s call her Sita and move on?
Karma sure is a chamelion. Marrying into God’s own country would “give me lemons” now… (never thought so… then🤔). Just me in Kerala wasn’t enough, it’s now an unwell me in Trivandrum. I am a commonly sighted person at the popular hospitals of Trivandrum, by-standing or patienting! Ailments come and go, but the pathos lasts […]Read More Missing Vernacular
I look at her and there is an instant connection. She understands my pain, my worries and my misgivings in this life. I can smell her arrival in the morning breeze way down into the labyrinthine coconut groves of Kerala. As I sat in my balcony today in the morning , I could hear the […]Read More I love her
We tried touching the moon! It is this ethereal feeling that makes India’s giant leap even more wonderous! We as a nation have the most number of couplets(sher), poems, songs, stories and dreams involving this celestial body, and our attempt at kissing its surface and levelling all our romantic and fantastic visions and notions, has […]Read More Ode to the Moon
Just the day before, Amitabh Bachchan foxed and fixed a couple of guys on his “Kaun Banega Crorepati”(Who wants to be a Millionaire”) by asking them the meaning of the name ‘Rohit’. The friend of the contestant was a Rohit. Rohit went “red” ( 👈meaning) with mortification as he didn’t know the literal meaning. Do […]Read More Meaning of your name
Going crazy got me some new friends and followers I have invites to join groups that deal with human psychology, human pain and misery, a psychiatrist’s study group and to top it all; cousins who have questions ranging from “all ok”? to “what is wrong?” 😁 Life is like that!Read More An afterword…