“In what language does rain fall over tormented cities?” – The Week That Was

Last week saw me travelling to country side, reading some good old Byomkesh books (yes I am lucky enough to read the original) working out hard eery day and having some home made pizza. And hauling close to a dozen books. But the major disaster made everything pale. I have never felt such prolonged earthquake. And when I saw the damage in Nepal, I was sad, scared and devastated. Please donate to the cause. It is one of the poorest countries and a very good neighbour. Please help them.

Some Puzzles Are Worth Solving...Byomkesh & rubik's cube.

Some Puzzles Are Worth Solving…Byomkesh & rubik’s cube.

Loved the table

Loved the table

Oxygen-pure

Oxygen-pure

Rice Field-What Keeps My Country Alive

Rice Field-What Keeps My Country Alive

Historical Fiction-yellowed pages-Love

Historical Fiction-yellowed pages-Love

It is not goodbye.

It is not goodbye.

 

 

 

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