Articles in the Mumbai Category
You must be wondering what took me so long to write about my trip to Valley of flowers, Hemkunt Sahib et al which happened in August last year. Well, no reason in particular…. last year I travelled a lot and every time I thought of writing it down, I travelled some more !
Other assignments kept me occupied and VOF posts got pushed again & again. I must now start documenting lest I forget.
Without further delay, here is my day by day account of the trip. Kindly bear with me …
And so they tried to scare me off!
A Gargoyle is a grotesque carved human or animal face or figure projecting from the gutter of a building, typically acting as a water spout.
CST (formerly VT) station is an
Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
I live in Mumbai and yet this was my first time at KGAF (Kala Ghoda Arts Festival). Call it my bad luck, I was always out of town at this time of the year.
I used to wonder what is so fascinating about this festival that people come here from other parts of India to attend it and I haven’t done so! Thankfully, I now know the reason.
This 9 day art festival is held every year in Mumbai with various themes and interpretations with representation of social issues, …
Today I went to SATTE, Mumbai chapter.
This year SATTE has moved venue. Commuting in Mumbai
Picture of the moment: Ganapati Bappa Morya !
Picture of the moment is a weekly series exhibiting pictures, through which I show you a bit of my world.
And the festival starts……
Skyline and the sky
These days I never cease to look out of my window. It’s such a lovely scene.
Monsoons have arrived and the surroundings are lush velvety green with some trees and water bodies thrown around.
I can see skyline at a distance, desperately trying to reach out to clouds. Instead, clouds come down to touch them.
Skyline and the sky.
I can also
How are you doing? Hope everything is fine with you on every front. Hope the New Year started off well for you.
Sitting here in Siem Reap, I miss you very much, my Mumbai.
I miss your chaoticness, your liveliness. And your rains too.
Blue sky at dawn in Mumbai.
I don’t mind your unclean beaches, it is always better than