🧩 Introducing #ThinkINToys, a new series on India’s best brain work-out puzzles and toys that make kids think. *drumroll please* ⠀⠀⠀⠀Child’s play is an integral part of development. Kids do not play just to entertain themselves. From the time they are born, they are constantly learning. ⠀⠀⠀We’ve always had puzzles as part of our toy shelf, but the #lockdown really took the #puzzlelove to another level, because it was the … Continue reading ThinkINToys: Top Puzzle Brands for Kids in India
So, my son’s a little over 2 and I plan to make his 3rd Children’s day fun for him and try to unwind and pull my hair down, while he has fun pulling the roof down because that’s exactly what kids love to do, even if that means extra cleaning time and showering time for all of us! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Continue reading Top 10 Things To Bring Fun Home This Children’s Day!
Disclaimer : The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Jagriti Sewa Sansthan (a not-for-profit organisation).As its name suggests, Jagriti Yatra or “awakening journey”, seeks to facilitate an awakening among the youth of India by exposing them to exceptional models of social and business enterprise. The operative word is facilitation. For those of you who … Continue reading Jagriti Yatra 2011 : Life on rails.
First off, Great to see you here again! Spank me (hypothetically wonly) for being such a hypothetical blogger. You have no idea how good it feels to open this hypothetically cobwebbed Windows-Livewriter to *airjerk* BLOG again! Hopefully I shall be more regular. “Well, what kept me *rolls eyes* busy?” you ask? Ummm…Loads of things. Hours of churning out Yem-Bee-Yay assignments.Preparations for classes / the never … Continue reading How I met with Father Time.
This one’s strictly a personal post lying in my drafts for sometime now! Few months back, I attended a free self-analysis workshop(some boring stuff), arranged by one of the local NGOs.Every attendee was questioned about, their unforgettable moment in their life so far. Please note that all of us were barely in our mid 20s… Nobody has achieved any thing great, other than being the coolies of the silicon valley of india, serving Fortune 500 biggies and some of us with a job offer,but no call so far!
Ok let me not deviate…for the most unforgettable moment…few samples for you:
The moment I got my job in campus interview….. (fair enough !!)
When I came first in school in +2 ( ekka andipatti la neenga first vantha enna last vantha enna… 😛 )
When my parents got married…( :O Beats me )
I thought for a while…(Thought bubbles:Mebbe..The Day when my lil bro’s leg got trodden over by a bus & I was flitting around my parents asking whether I can donate blood,skin… (or) That awesome summer camp I went to once.. Kinda like the Camp ROck stuff,with all the singing & dancing \m/ Well atleast that’s a good memory) I could not come up with a single specific day that is unforgettable. I told the audience that my 4-years of college life are unforgettable in my life 😀 . In fact it’s true with most of us and you would agree on this with me.
On an ironic note, I was unfortunate to finish my engineering in the stipulated 4 years…there are much more fortunate souls, who enjoyed full 6 years with all the privileges of a college student.
So when somebody utters the word college, what comes to your mind ??
lemme list down my personal favorites …the list is exhaustive! FYI,I graduated from a not-so-typical** #1 govt-affiliated college from south tamilnadu
Being the bubble wrapped daughter of my parents I was never used to the typical Indian mode of commuting – The Great Indian Buses….until o’course I joined college…And buses are the best ways to make a trip to that pal’s place or to that neighbor town where you can catch a movie with ur buddies and get the ‘despicable person’ tag around your neck after … Continue reading of buses and fusses !