Born in Bhilai into a Konkani(GSB) family, educated in Bhilai, Mysore and Warangal, my life has been a kaleidoscope of different cultures, places and people.
If Bhilai had a multicultural society, Mysore gave the traditional angle and so on. Moving to Bahrain after marriage has given it an international flavor.
Being the youngest in the family and pampered to bits, I was very shy and took a lot of time to mingle with people. But staying in a hostel I learnt to interact and learnt that observing people is a very enjoyable activity. Today leave me in a crowded room and I can spend hours just looking at people.
I express more clearly when I write rather than ‘orally’.
I panic easily on trivial matters and quite often am very cool on serious ones.
Anything can move me to tears; a baby crying, a moving scene in a movie, a heartfelt laugh and of course cutting onions.
Family is the ‘most important thing’ for me.
I am a Theist. It’s only recently that I have discovered my faith and that has given me immense peace.
This blog of mine is a mish mash of my feelings, thoughts, imaginations and flights of fancy. and I hope to discover different facets of myself in this process.
Come be a part of my journey!!32 Comments
Hey ! How r u ?
Nice introduction 🙂 Anything can even move me into tears..exactly like you 😀
🙂 I guess there are many like us
I am so much like you ..can express better in writing, and in family matters also.
Good to know that I have company 🙂
Reema is this u?? So glad to see ur blog once again…What made u shift to wordpress? Is it kind of better??
Yes Vaudeville, its me, reasons for the shift were a bit personal, one of them being that I could use emticons 😉 LOL. Yes its kinda better.
I just found your blog thru Rachna’s and found these lovely stories that you have knit. Beautiful stories. The tiny details in the stories are very relevant to the people and places in the story. I loved each and everyone of them and you are a very observant person.
You mentioned Mysore in your introduction. Did you study in Manasagangotri? or the RCEM college? or the Engineering one?
I spent 2 years of my college in Mysore too.
Thanks for the compliments and happy that u liked my stories. Yes I studied in Mysore did my BCom from Maharanis Arts College
Knew a lot of Tamil friends then working in Bhilai steel plant.visited too many times.
Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving comments
Oh is it, thats nice. The pleasure of visitng ur blog and reading the delightful stories is entirely mine
I wanted wish you a good luck with your writing. Your positive feedback on my poetry means a lot to me. So wanted to say thanks.
Thank you Abhra and I like your verses, they are short and apt Keep up the good work
Hi Bhagya, U got an amazing style of writing..Ur short stories held me hooked for quite sometime..Done crisp , neat with detail to perfection and they still convey a mssg..Pls do publish a book of them..I will be the first to buy it..
Honored and humbled by your comment.
About publishing my stories, maybe I will, maybe not, who knows what life has in store next 🙂
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Came across your blog and I must say you write amazingly well. i loved the short story you have just put on Rachna’s blog… 🙂 lovely work.
Welcome to SS Jas. Glad that u liked it and do keep visiting 🙂
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I loved your stories – read a couple of them. So sweet. Very close to life.
Welcome to SS Bindu. I try to write ‘normal’ stories which anyone can identify with. 🙂
So wonderful to have stumbled upon your blog! You live in Bahrain, and that to me is the most exciting news in a long long time. Do connect whenever you can. I live in Bahrain too.
Have to start exploring your blog NOW!
:0 I too had been pretty excited when I had come to know about you. Yes we will connect for sure 🙂
Wonderful…Mysore – my hometown (though I’m originally a Mangalorean..no, not konkani). But hey..similar paths…was born in Bihar, educated in Mysore..and now living with my wife and daughter in Bangalore. Nice to chance upon your blog. Will be a regular here.. 🙂
Welcome Phatichar. Hope that I keep on writing and make ur stay pleasant 😀
“I panic easily on trivial matters and quite often am very cool on serious ones.” That sounds like me 🙂
*same pinch* 😀
Nice intro…..u seem to be someone who has gone through severa shades of personalities…from an introvert to a near-gregarious
Yes I have and not just in one way 🙂
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Thank you. I will surely drop in