The summer has barely arrived but some mango trees can’t wait to set out their fruit… Advertisements
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I am proud to announce…Tah…Rah!! A book of short stories from Tunbridge Wells Writers. My regular reader may be interested to learn that the collection includes a fairly long short story of mine, World’s End, and I’m reasonably proud to point out that the cover is also designed by me.…
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Was the person who invented the modern toilet the first one to be flush with money?
Though I do not consider myself among the fanciest of diners (even though I have been known to eat pizza with a knife and fork), there is one thing that I can unabashedly stuff into my mouth by the hand full, these popcorns smothered in salty butter…some things are made to screw up diet plans.
Tiny shrines like these dot the Himalayan countryside. Some of them are devoted to local deities (Himachal Pradesh is called the land of a thousand deities, almost every valley and village has its patron), some might honor local heroes. There’s scant space for an earthen lamp and a joss-stick; but no matter where these lie, … Continue reading
Such temples, perched on steep mountainsides are not an uncommon sight in the Himalayas. The climb starts much below the level that can be seen in this picture; we were in a moving car and the valley below is not visible from this angle. I am not a religious person, but I can understand the … Continue reading
A few shots of the snow-clad Himalayas.