Blaming Godzilla for the bloodbath

In May 2017, I made a dramatic exit from this blog to embark on newer pursuits. Since then, I have collaborated on 10 podcast episodes, and I have grown fond of Instagram. I have not done much else. Meanwhile, I had continued to collect stories about my experiences as a birdwatcher. Just like I used... Continue Reading →

United we fall

The daily challenges faced by many people in my country do not bother me as much as they used to. Because I let go of the guilt of having had a more privileged upbringing. And I am not skilled enough to fight the system by tweeting about how unfair everything is. What really bothers me is... Continue Reading →

A for Apathy, B for Birding

Chennai, with its wooded forests, shrublands and water bodies, is a bird-friendly city. I should feel lucky that I live here. There is a wide variety of birds to spot. Our residential bird count is impressive. A large number of migratory visitors show up every winter. Their songs fill the air during early mornings and... Continue Reading →

A concert with satellites for drummers

On Thursday morning, at about 9:30 AM, India launched the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle MK III (GSLV MK III) - a powerful new rocket along with a prototype landing capsule. The launch took place at the Satish Dhawan Space Center - India’s spaceport on the Sriharikota Island, near the city of Chennai. My knowledge of... Continue Reading →

7 mistakes to avoid in your quest to become a writer

As writers, we sometimes feel like members of an exclusive club. We can't wait for others to ask us about what we do for a living. We wait, in baited breath, to nonchalantly talk about ecstasies and erroneous ways of being a writer. We want people to believe it isn't a big deal. However, we... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: