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Hotel highly advanced in Veg and Non Veg
For the past three days there is a slight change in my routine. I need to drop my brother’s son, samyu in school. Now this duty is for just three days but its worth putting down the events.
Samyu was ready by the time I reached his home. He informed that Papa has gone to office. Probably he was reasserting me why I was there and what I was supposed to do.
He found my Bike comfortable right from the beginning but worse was yet to come.
Samyu’s road map to School is almost fixed and I made the utmost sin of deviating that route. He was quick to react and said Chachu (That’s what he calls me) was completely wrong. I somehow managed the show by telling him that this route was far better, I doubt that was a convincing answer. On the way he told me where his mother used to have Pizza. Throughout the journey he was talking and I was nodding. First day duty was over. Later he complained to his mother that Chachu is not listening to him!
Exactly when we reached the same signal where I had took a turn the other day; Samyu protested, this time more furiously than last time. I had to lie to him that I don’t know the route and some how convinced him. Probably he was so sure of my ignorance
Last day of my special duty. Samyu told me that his Papa is coming in the afternoon to pick him from school , again a reminder that my duty was over. Now the conversation was on throughout the trip. Before reaching the school samyu certified that my bike was good (after much public outcry I had given my vehicle for servicing) but am sure unlike his papa, who is a mechanical engineer, he don’t know anything about bikes.
Anyway those three days were fun. Sometimes its good to disturb your routine
Change is good!!!
I have seen water tanks in different sizes and shapes. But one in a Lotus shape is truely unique. This water tank is at Jagannath temple (like one in Puri) in Chennai.
News in the daily caught my attention, correspondence course on Gandhi! I decided to give it a try. It is always good to be a student of something. So I called up the Gandhi study centre, the organisation conducting the course and got the details. The course is for three months, course fee is Rs 150. Now the highlight, you will get the question paper at home and can answer sitting at home. There will be one full day contact class.
Name of the course is “Let us know Gandhi” a must need for this age.
Course material contains three books.
Exam is on Jan. It’s student days ahead, also an opportunity to know more about a great soul.
Imagine this; you go for shopping in Chennai’s top most Alayam of Saris. You select saris and come to billing counter; you pay the bill and get the saris, now the surprising part. You get something free with Sari, can you guess what? I bet you can’t
A Tulsi plant free for purchasing Saris (I am not sure about other dress materials). This is what exactly happened to my wife and we have our first indoor plant,a Tulsi plant!
This is not Guinness Book of records, not even Ripley’s believe it or not series. These are office records (if you find a more sensible name, pls go ahead)
Marker Tower. 3 markers and a Glass!
Now 3 markers, a mobile and a Glass!Record holder Deva along with the record
Anybody there to beat this?
I never dreamt of a career in modeling but being in an advertising agency, I had lots of opportunities where I modeled as reference. These ads were also started like that. So even though it’s highly unlikely to recognise me, I agreed for the shoot. Never in my wildest dreams I (and nobody in the agency) thought that client will approve the concept and models. Believe me friends, the person who is seated in these ads is me. The ladies are my colleagues. This is not a dream debut I know but the feeling is great.
These ads were published in Kumudham,a Tamil weekly.
Death of a fish!
We have a beautiful fish tank (and fishes also) in our Advertising agency. We feed them, go near and observe them.I have seen some people even talk to them if not fight with them. We used to even compare them with ourselves, relate each fish with staffs. It’s a happy fish tank and we too. All this changed last Monday. Sathya, one of the staffs first noticed it. One fish was dead and floating. An air of sadness filled the agency.
We decided to do last rites for the deceased fish. Normally when a fish dies most of us just throws it somewhere. We did not want to do that way. Some one prepared ‘padai’ (made of bamboo where the body is kept) for fish.
One printed a “Kanniranjali”, a condolence note for the parted soul.
At 11:00 a.m the final procession started. With no joy in our hearts we all watched the last moments of fish. Let its soul rest in peace.
When it rains!!!!!
Last visit to my native place, Cherthala, difficulty in finding the place? Ok its in Alapuzha Dist, now issues with pronunciation? Here is an easy one, a place in Kerala (hope you could make it at last) was a wet wet one. It was rain and more rain.
And when it rains in Kerala, it pours!!!
Have a look!