Living Root Bridges of Meghalaya

Living Root Bridges

Bridges, no matter how small or insignificant, are masterpieces in their own right. There is always a candid charm that comes along with reference to bridges. All the important and not so important¬†bridges I have seen so far have made me realize that constructing a bridge is more an art form rather than a form … [Read more…]

Of Sunflowers and Smiles

Some Sunday mornings come draped in nostalgia of a time gone by and then they leave you craving for something that doesn’t exist anymore. One such morning, I woke up to the thought of Aalu Parathas and loads of home-made¬†butter. Sometimes, I dwell in the past long enough to let go of good things, and … [Read more…]

Sursingdhar Series – The First Edition

There must be something about the mountains of India that struck a chord with Ruskin Bond so he could not leave them behind and return to England with the rest of his clan. There must be something utterly fascinating about the valleys which kept calling him back when he tried to make a living in … [Read more…]