Iran- Enchantment of a bygone era

  This article was featured in the National Geographic traveler India magazine. http://www.natgeotraveller.in/exploring-the-hidden-charms-of-iran/ As we roamed the city of Persepolis, a UNESCO World Heritage site about 70 kilometres from Shiraz, Iran, my friend Ali gestured at the millennia-old ruins around us. “If you look at the carvings on the wall,” he said proudly, “you won’t […]

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Addiction II

Lone was I before you came, Life was dark like the starless sky, The black clouds, which refuse to shower, Through the broken glass pane Sneaked in the cruel cold wind, Cold as January can ever get.   Then like the spring you came, You brought blossom into it. I saw the flowers bloom and […]

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The software engineer who sold his soul for a pack of cigarettes

Not everyday you see a  European Ramp Model look-alike sipping Whiskey in a Desi Bar (TASMAC ) somewhere in the  in the Outskirts of Coimbatore. … The first thought that crossed my mind is that  another Foreigner who came soul searching to India , Without the knowledge  that people here still had no clue that […]

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