Category Archive: Life in the Village

The Waterfall

living streams of water all around the world moving, in connection across the globe through time and space flowing, ever in motion – Raymond A Foss Day 12 After Friday’s Cricket Tournament and… Continue reading

The Golden Sunset

  (Haven’t been able to post much of late; Recovering from illness, plus a couple of job interviews.¬†Will be back to the 3-5 posts a week frequency soon :) Until then, I’ll post… Continue reading

The Kidnap

They are all gone away, The House is shut and still, There is nothing more to say. – Edwin Arlington Robinson Day 11 Day 11 was the first ‘warm’ day during our stay.… Continue reading

Peaches and Garlic

Say Cheese

Thank you, pretty cow, that made Pleasant milk to soak my bread, Every day and every night, Warm, and fresh, and sweet, and white. – Ann Taylor The Second Week Days 8, 9… Continue reading

The First Shots

They say, curiosity killed the cat. But frankly speaking, aren’t we all guilty of that? We all have questions, we’d like to have answers to, but cannot find. It may not be to… Continue reading

The Lost Trekker

“He ought to be home,” said the old man, “without there’s something amiss. He only went to the Two-mile — he ought to be back by this. He would ride the Reckless filly,… Continue reading

The Hailstorm

I have mentioned before how my list of firsts was growing rapidly as days progressed, yes? On the 15th day, First Hailstorm made the list. Back home in Bangalore, storms are not uncommon.… Continue reading

The Last Tea

From L to R – Ifra Farid (Class I), Iqra Nabi Wani (Class II), Mehfooz Latief Dev (Class III) and Imtiyaz Ahmed Dev (Class IV) Day 95 The Dev House 16:18 Most of… Continue reading

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