Sikkim, The Secret Land of Himalayas

The world is a beautiful place with much to be amazed and impressed by. However some places are made more special by it's spirit and by the people that accompany you through the journey. This trip to Sikkim, the Secret Land of Himalayas, will always hold a special place in my heart. This photo montage... Continue Reading →


Sikkim reflections 2

The mountains float in the sky. As I walked to the rock, I could see only a mist on both sides. I sat in silence for some time as the morning chilled my hands and the sun warmed my back. Slowly, taking her time, she came out to greet the morning sun. Kanchenjunga and her... Continue Reading →

Osho experience … Ying and Yang “The Dynamic Duo”

This post is dedicated to my Dynamic Duo, Ying and Yang.They were my companion spirts in Pune.Yang is the white boy and Ying is the black girl. They are both of a special breed ... Indian Street Terrier.They escorted me every morning to Dynamic meditation. As I would come out to walk the North Main road,... Continue Reading →


Osho experience Day 4… I made friends today :)

Ying and Yang, The Stone and Bamboo.Ying and Yang escorted me in the morning to Dynamic meditation (they will get a separate post).After the meditation, as I came out to the rising sun, I was greeted by the Stone and held hands with Bamboo.It was the feeling after meditation that was special today.No-Dimenstion meditation brough... Continue Reading →


Osho experience Day 3 … Physical Rebellion.

Day 3 and 4 hours of meditation. Starting with Dynamic at 6 am and followed by 1 hour Vipassana, Nadabrahma and Kundalini.My body completely rebelled today. My arms would not stay up; my brain went crazy during meditations and would refuse to be calm. Through the day I felt anxious and full of tension. My... Continue Reading →


Osho experience Day 1

My first experience of the meditation resort was on a rainy fresh day.After a standard HIV test and a brief 20 minute intro we went for a Laughing Drums meditation. It was a nice celebration of drums and stillness. I was not moved by it, but I think it was a good warm up for... Continue Reading →


Let the monkey weave a story … “Red Earth and Pouring Rain” by Vikram Chandra

Red Earth and Pouring Rain by Vikram Chandra My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book grew on me. Aside from a very nice portrayal of Indian culture and world view, the story telling is beautiful. The intricacies of the story line and development of narratives within other narratives is impressive and deep. I give... Continue Reading →


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