Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Situated at about 6500ft height, at the base of Anamudi, the highest peak in South India, is one of the most enchanting places I have visited. It is the home of the Nilgiri Thar and wondrous nature.
Saturday, August 19, 2006
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Labels: photography, travel
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
flooding near our building
Today I could not go to office due to flooding on the highway. How things have changed. There was a time I used to use the slightest excuse to bunk college. Now in flood conditions, I wanted to go to office. There was stuff to complete. I think I have become old. :) hehe. I suppose it's all right - happens to everyone.
These days of uncertainty. These days of wait. I wonder. They have lost the sharp edge now. It does not pain badly any more. Just a dull throbbing ache. Soon what one wait's for merges and becomes indistinct and inseparable with all the other things uncertain. It looses its definition and meaning. I suppose that's the time one has some peace. When all uncertainty can be viewed as one.
it has rained all day ... I am supposed to be loving it.
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the Achrekar brothers.
Hemant had come down to bandra on the 14th night to jam with Razoo. I suppose they had good fun jamming. Next morning busty helped make some good chineese fried rice.
Percy (Him this is especially for you. hehe)
Saturday, August 12, 2006
I saw this cart with the bull and the old man with the white beard. He looked so tired. And so did the bull. This in the middle of the hustle bustle of Dadar. How we all have our private spaces which sometimes seems to disconnected from what's going on around.
Shack, Hrush's friend. At the Ghetto.
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Labels: mumbai, photography
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Today I got stuck in Dharavi when it rained really heavy. Very rainy days, these. Good ones. I love it when it rains heavy. Mumbai monsoons ...
The other day I took a walk on the Worli seaface. One of the best I have walked ...
I purchased this (blue-black coloured) bag today. Good bag.
- α-AFBT suspension system
- 6 internal and external pockets
- balanční popruhy EN
- safety reflective points for increased safety
- internal elastic loops for holding avalanche pole
- ergonomic bi-laminated shoulder straps with collar cut
- ergonomic hip belt
- main compartment provided with 2 flat pockets
- snow shovel pocket
- hydration system compatible
- removable sternum strap
- gear loops on the hip belt
- bottom compression straps
- ski attachment system
- internal bottle holder
- back panel reinforced with HDPE
- reinforced double bottom
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Labels: life, mumbai, photography, thought
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