We had been acquainted online and had been in touch with one another for a while. We were hoping to meet too someday but did not expect it to happen so very soon. And, what a pleasant experience it was! Being a poet myself, I have always appreciated all forms of poetry but Haiku has… Continue reading Haiku and Tea with Kala Ramesh
On 22nd August, Chennai celebrates its birthday. Yesterday was its 373rd birthday. My tribute to this wonderful city! Madras (now Chennai) had always been the stereotype voor for me. Chennai represented all that was South Indian (remember, there was a time, when South Indian was presumed Madras aka Chennai!!) – masala dosai, idly, bharatnatyam, MGR,… Continue reading Celebrating the Chennai Charm!
Book: BALASARASWATI – HER ART AND LIFE Author: DOUGHLAS M. KNIGHT JR. Publication: TRANQUEBAR With the first touch and glance this wonderful book, I knew I was being transported into a different world. What I did not know then, was that I was holding am exquisite piece of precious history that was to reveal to… Continue reading Mesmerising Life of Balasaraswati, Dancer: Book Review