The second wave

Lockdown Voices returns after a month of nation-wide pandemonium, loss and grief. The second wave of the pandemic revealed as never before the unpreparedness, systemic gaps and failures across institutions. In addition, the mainstream media’s constant bombarding of disturbing figures on loss of lives, overwhelming tragic stories, topped with polarising politics, brewed anger, bitterness and... Continue Reading →

The songwriter within

... creating a song about this gave me a sort of closure and it was a very emotional and cathartic experience for me. [Click title or image for full story]

A day at a time

... will keep fear and anxiety for tomorrow at bay. It may even open our eyes and help us see the goodness and good work that is happening around us. [Click title or image to read the post]

A walk to remember

We have united in her love. Together, we cherish the treasure trove of memories that remain in the photographs she clicked. [Click title or image for full story]

Friend of the warriors

Why "warriors"? Because of the will and strength that they must have, to go through everything that life has destined for them. [Click title or image for full story]

Ananda in the time of Covid

I intensely miss having Neeraj home with me. But watching his delight in his life at his home at Ananda gives me immense happiness and more than makes up for my empty nest. [Click title or image for full story]

The Phoenix

We re-aligned ourselves yet again. We moved from temple to proscenium to camera. [Click title or image for full story]

The homecoming

As we sit around the bonfire every night and enjoy the last cold of the season, I couldn’t agree more to what my parents say about getting to work from home permanently. [Click title or image for full story]

The art of teaching

For years, we students and teachers have been habituated to offline. Unless we face children, we don’t feel we are teaching. [Click title or image for full story]

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