Monthly Archives: April 2011

Incredible Experience: Golden Triangle, India

India is truly an incomparable and incredible travel destination. A kaleidoscope of landscapes, magnificent historical sites and royal cities, misty mountain retreats, colorful people, rich cultures and festivities. From the majestic Himalayan ranges in the north to the endless golden … Continue reading

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Apt & Compact: Netbooks

Sometimes I feel that my life resides  on my laptop. I would be totally lost without access to the internet, my mail, photographs etc. The price often is an aching shoulder when lugging around the laptop bag and when in … Continue reading

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Well-Being: A Bubble of Happiness Inside and Around

When I woke up this morning, everything felt right with the world. The bed and pillow was supremely comfortable and physically, I could have climbed Mt Everest. My mind was totally devoid of any worries and I felt completely at … Continue reading

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Better Golf with Technology

Mention technology, and the first thing most golfers think about is how advances in design and materials have so dramatically improved the equipment with which they play the game. But it has also had a significant impact on other aspects … Continue reading

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All Aboard the Cultural Express: Celebrating 150 years of Rabindranath Tagore

A 35-member panel led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was set up “to suggest, formulate and plan a number of events that would rekindle public interest in Gurudev’s rich cultural legacy and in his thoughts, ideals, teachings and values,” and … Continue reading

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Java-Yatrir Patra – Rabindranath Tagore’s Indonesian experience

“Curiosity is the very basis of education and if you tell me that curiosity killed the cat, I say only the cat died nobly.” Arnold Edinborough I am have been caught up in the frenzy of the 150th birth anniversary … Continue reading

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Open, Sesame!

It’s akin to stepping into Ali Baba’s cave and the prices are a steal too. It sparkles from a range of precious and semi-precious gemstones, jewelry, accessories, antiques, and even kris daggers with gem-studded hilts.

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Flight of Fancy

I love to sit in a window seat in air planes, even though I am squeezed in and unable to move out to the loo. Its the small rectangle of double glazed porthole that is so very exciting. Like being … Continue reading

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