Curious Case of History

Stonehenge has remained a mystery and an enigmatic destination for years and centuries now. But it does invoke resonance and awe in the same breath. Toppled rocks over a precarious design in different sizes placed over a tepid piece of earth – such torrid piece of landmark inviting such crazy anecdotes could only have oneContinue reading “Curious Case of History”

Irish Waters

Quite a trip it was! Such a picturesque land of navigating waters, waves slashing against rocks invincible and the cordoned beauty of the suburban lands! Well, we never wanted to come back but civilisation has its own perils and we are bound by its torrid tentacles. A quick round up of what unfolded in 3Continue reading “Irish Waters”

Magic of W

Another Wimbledon final, another magic on grass court. Wimbledon always takes me down the memory lane. Doesn’t matter who wins, but watching players sweating it out in this 2 week juggernaut is nothing short of a spectacle. Wimbledon has been special ever since my younger days. I remember watching each of the high voltage matchesContinue reading “Magic of W”

Inevitable 2018, Hello!

2017 was a roller coaster year. Well, I can call it adventurous and tumultuous in the same breath. Yes, you might argue that these expressions don’t quite sit adjacent to each other. But at times, our derivatives stand flawed and undisputed. Strange are the ways of life, so was 2017. Indulgent, attractive, celebrated. Sometimes, weContinue reading “Inevitable 2018, Hello!”

An Adulterated Life

Call girls. Prostitutes. Nymphs. Even worse, sluts and whores. Even an elite bitch works like magic. Doesn’t matter how derogatory and pervert these words are, whether you like it or not, these words have a life of their own. And precariously, they live amongst civilians like us, living a nomadic journey of sleuth and ignominy.Continue reading “An Adulterated Life”

Encounters with Water

It was humid, sweaty and hot. It led us to the place of perennial relief. Our ‘Massive Friendly Neighboring Beach’! It was dark but we could see the lights shoving up whine the earthly clouds. Clouds did not have enough water, but the sea did. Sunshine eluded us but we could walk on the sandContinue reading “Encounters with Water”