Diary Of A 90’s Kid – Monsoons

Image Courtesy: Sajith Nambiar Monsoons offered consistent and meaningful backdrops in the life a of 90's kid. Rain falling on the thatched and tiled rooftops always had an organic quality about it. Image Courtesy : Sidharth Sunil Kumar Our streets gleam and glimmer in the rainwater. Eccentric, orange colored puddles emerge all over the roads,... Continue Reading →

Diary Of A 90’s Kid – Aachi Veetu Adukkalai

Cousins who visit us play their travel history as the trump card and win the much coveted extra preferences from my grandma, Uma Aachi. If the norm is one Chengavarukkai Maanga per person, they are offered atleast about half a dozen or even more on demand. While the pulpy ones are gobbled up right away,... Continue Reading →

Diary Of A 90’s Kid – Summer Vacation

"Yeah. We have enough groceries that'd last for another week. And you?" "Yes yes. We do. Inga nalla iruttitu varudhu..Anga epdi?", mom asked. "No luck yet. Who knows, at this rate the Sun might even melt my organs in a couple of days", I sighed. Although truth to be told, when mom hinted a possible... Continue Reading →

This Is Our New Normal

Friends with whom I have lost touch lately are re-establishing the broken links of our communication via social media. This could be one of the many side effects of lockdown or perhaps my presence in the virtual world is genuinely missed. Perhaps. I find it hard to channelize my thoughts these days. The compelling comfort... Continue Reading →

Important Message To The Doctors & Other Healthcare Professionals Who Are Fighting Against COVID – 19

#shared Here are few suggestions to ensure you do not transmit infections to your family Things to do when: You go to work: ✓ Consider shifting to scrubs. ✓ Wear short sleeves - less chance of your clothing picking up anything you don't want to be taking home. ✓ Tie your hair up. ✓ Take... Continue Reading →

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