After several days of efforts and a few failed attempts, I was able to capture the blossoming of a moss rose from my garden.
After a week of incessant rain the skies had cleared. The rays of the sun shining through the drops made them look like jewels on the green grass and leaves. This looked like a perfect day for some macrophotography. I was combing through the plants and stones in our garden for any form of life. … More Nature’s Con-Man
The first time I saw the name Munroe Islands was almost a decade back. It was during a train journey from Kottayam to Thiruvananthapuram, that I noticed a small railway station called ‘Munroe Thuruthu’. It might have been the name that fascinated me. I used to wonder what was outside that railway platform. What the … More Rowing through the canals of Munroe Islands
I start my day by seeing the newspaper boy fling the paper as I watch its different pages landing all over the place. He has almost 10 seconds between the opening and closing of the lift at each floor, to fling papers to 4 different door steps. He is always in a hurry. I wonder … More We are all in a hurry…
With another Onam round the corner, all Kerala restaurants are flaunting its customers with the promise of a Kerala feast or the Onam Sadya as it is more popularly known. I thought it appropriate to decode the Onam Sadya ( and no, Onam Sadya does not include beef and liquor). The ‘Sadya’ is not specific … More The Onam Sadya Demystified
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 27,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 10 sold-out performances for that many … More 2014 in review
Happy New Year Dear Readers, I know that its a bit too late to wish a new year, but still its better late than never. I would like to thank all my readers and friends who have inspired me to write. I have been receiving comments about my blog and my articles through out the … More Better Late than Never !!
India is a country where women were once treated with dignity. The numerous goddesses in Indian mythology are examples to the fact that ancient Indians considered womanhood as a very important aspect of any civilization or culture. But the recent incidents that have been happening in the country is disturbing and a disgrace to this … More Women’s Day
It has been a long time since I posted something in blog and I didn’t notice it until a friend of mine pointed it out to me that I haven’t made any 2013 posts. So I started of thinking about topic on which I can blog. I thought about some technical stuff, I thought about … More Trying to Connect the Dots?? But still Clueless
Dear Readers, I would like to thank all of my readers, who have supported me by reading, encouraging and criticizing, my work. At this juncture I would like to inform you all that I have a new web domain http://www.thebeautifullmind.com and my blog will be available at that address ( It still will be available … More Shifting to a New Domain www.thebeautifullmind.com