Category Archive: Musings

The Legend of Sachin Tendulkar

Indians have a God. He walks on this earth.

He is the supreme being of the religion known as cricket. The uniting force in a country, famous for its diversity.

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

Originally posted on TwistedSifter:
  If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make a point…

Nature’s ephemeral masterpieces

Exquisite masterpieces are painted in the sky, EVERY day, EVERY minute…. Ephemeral, yet Eternal.

Modern traditions and the best of both worlds

Every time I go shopping in Hong Kong, I cannot help but smile about how walking around a supermarket can take you on an interesting trip around the world.

A city without a soul?

Glitzy advertising… but read the small print.

Stranger in a Strange Land?

“What’s your favorite part about visiting a new place — the food? The architecture? The people watching?”

Just a regular backpack

A tale about prejudices.

The kindness of strangers

A hot day, a warm-hearted stranger and a cool chain

Roma, part due: Some photos

It seems there are new treasures to discover with each visit to Rome. You can never say you have spread your arms and grabbed it all. It doesn’t fit. But that’s the beauty of it. There is always something to come back for.

A little perspective

When you are but a tiny speck on the face of this earth, itself a puny bit of the universe… “How BIG are your problems?”

Degrees of separation

Sometimes you may be speaking the same language, but still not be speaking the same language…

The befriend-ers in Beijing

Conversations not had, insights not learnt, experiences not lived, people not helped, connections not made…. simply because of a suspicion of strangers.