Remember To Play

Swiss child psychologist Dr. Jean Piaget said — “Play is the work of childhood.” Bangalore’s multi-ethnic community, Palm Meadows seemed to be sending everyone a message on Children’s Day through art: Remember to play. At a time when there seems to be a rush for little children to grow up quickly, study hard, be the […]

A Meal For Someone

These days I get to pass by a lot of homes on my walks and I can either see people cooking or smell the wafting aromas of food being cooked as I walk on. The kitchen I believe is truly the heart of a home. I like to imagine that they’re cooking something for someone: […]

The Artist As A Troubled Soul

Two weeks ago, I rushed to book tickets to ‘Loving Vincent’ – the world’s first fully oil painted feature film. I was scared that the movie will only play for a week (it’s not exactly a pot boiler, if you know what I mean) and I didn’t want to miss it. The film brings the […]

Walking Towards Myself

I don’t miss my phone on my daily walks because I found a better connection. Everyday, morning and evening, rain or shine, I put my two dogs on a leash and the third dog in my purse and we take a 60-minute walk around our neighborhood. I don’t always have the energy and inclination, it’s […]