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“We can do this!” cheered Akhil enthusiastically for perhaps the 12th time that morning, as we each hung to our respective local rock face, sweating and smeared in mud and scrapes.

The legendary Rishis, the forrest dwelling ascetics who denied themselves the material world to find solace and respite in the domain of their internal worlds, inspired many a wise word written in the Upanishads and various interpretations of the Vedas. In uttering ‘no...

Near the embattled Kaveri river we discovered a dam by Muthathi. This time we got out of the car and danced by a beautiful flowering tree, overlooking the eerily still waters and under the lashing heat of the sun. As it is wont to do near the equator, the sun was quick...

Feeling perhaps a little jagged from the ordeal of living in Bangalore, one of the most noise polluted cities in the world, (Blog 1: The Self as Dear) we decided to find a slice of peace using the ‘eyes-closed finger-poised over GoogleMap’ technique. By now we were all...

When life’s challenges seem insurmountable, sometimes the hardest thing to do is to remember all one’s knowledge and power and problems, which we all have, are transient and fleeting. Bangalore, the home to rats the size of dogs, saw us tumbling from one obstacle to th...

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