On our way to Sirsi, on a hot summer afternoon in May, we stopped at Davengere, to sample the Benne Dosas which have made this tiny city so very famous on the Karnataka map. And of course, we wanted to have it at the most authentic place possible. After some scouting around in the busy city street, typical of small towns like this, with fruit … Continue reading Benne Dosa at Gururaj Canteen, the Oldest Dosa Canteen In Davengere
The Withering Bamboo Grove Be Like the Bamboo The Higher You Grow The Deeper You Bow – Chinese Proverb Bangalore’s sprawling Cubbon Park was teeming with people as usual. Quintessential young couples lost in their world. Fitness enthusiasts sprinting while chatting breathlessly. Nature enthusiasts Instagramming away. Photographers doing portfolio shoots of one too many expecting moms (a new trend). I spotted one lady lying down on her … Continue reading The Last Stalk Standing at Cubbon Park
Bengaluru’s first Indie Comix Festival (ICF) showcased a host of self-published, alternative stories from over twenty comic book artists. The free, all-day event was held at Bengaluru on May 20th, 2018, at the Rangoli Metro Art Centre. Art in Transit project of the Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology collaborated with ICF to host the festival.
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I can’t help but wonder about these traditional houses … who lives in them, what are the aspirations of those people, and their relationship with their homes. Continue reading On a road in Gokarna
Having read the books and seen the television show, I was delighted to come across an article about the house where the series was filmed. Continue reading Malgudi Days Revisited