The Trivia of Celebration

Hello friends, yesterday we returned back to Kolkata from our trip to Bhagalpur, Bihar. We had a blast of a time during the Durga Puja festivities there, along with our relatives from my husband’s side. The great thing was that we were able to seek our mother in law’s blessings along with the mother Goddess.Continue reading “The Trivia of Celebration”

Food for Thought.

Hello friends, on the world food day I want to reblog the old post of mine. It’s a truth that if governments and common citizens properly chart out the consumption and distribution of surplus food to the hungry persons, a problem of people going without proper food can be solved. What it really needs isContinue reading “Food for Thought.”

Trustees of posterity.

The claims of future are represented by the suffering millions and the youth of the nation are trustees of posterity. – Benjamin Disraeli Hello friends, in this blog post I will talk with you about the kind of world we are going to pass on to the next generation. Along with the youth of theContinue reading “Trustees of posterity.”

Way to ‘Happily Ever After’

Hello friends, when two people fall in love and get married, it’s the ultimate happy ending of any romance. But in fact the real story starts right after the matrimony, both belonging to different set of upbringing and habituated to separate lifestyle, start sharing their life with each other. In zest, a common reference isContinue reading “Way to ‘Happily Ever After’”

Precious nuggets of our hearts: Our Daughters.

Hello friends, I wish all the daughters a very happy daughter’s day. The International Daughter’s Day is celebrated globally on the fourth Sunday every year, which falls today on 26th September. Daughters are a cherished treasure for their parents and I am no exception. I consider myself greatly blessed to have a daughter, who instantlyContinue reading “Precious nuggets of our hearts: Our Daughters.”

A Glimpse of Rural Bengal

Hello friends, recently we had an opportunity to spend few days, completely in rural setting, the experience was simply enlightening. The place is a small village called Kamarpara, adjacent to the town of Bolpur, Santiniketan in Bengal. Just imagine how thrilling it would be to spend the night in a two storied mud house madeContinue reading “A Glimpse of Rural Bengal”

Surfeit Of Rainy Days.

Hello friends, few days ago, I have posted (https://mousumisays.wordpress.com/2021/09/14/enjoying-a-rainy-day/) about the virtues of a rainy day. I also did mention that too much of everything is bad. That’s precisely what happening in Kolkata. It’s been raining ever since with a brief respite, in between. From the last night onwards, it feels like the sky isContinue reading “Surfeit Of Rainy Days.”

Sharing an old poetry.

Pic ctsy: My daughter Riya Hello friends, today while going through the old documents, my husband found a piece of paper and handed it over to me. I instantly recognised the scribble and took it with a gleeful smile. So many sweet memories of the days bygone came flooding through me. They had practically goneContinue reading “Sharing an old poetry.”

Enjoying a Rainy Day.

Hello friends, the above photo taken by me through my bedroom window, would tell you that at present I’m relishing a rainy day. In India we are almost into the autumn season which literally starts from 23rd September and lasts till 21st December. At this time generally the sky remains pristine blue with cotton likeContinue reading “Enjoying a Rainy Day.”

A Homage to The Teachers of My Life

The influence of teachers extends beyond the classroom, well into the future. – F. Sionil Jose Hello friends! Wish you all a very happy Teacher’s Day and our remembrance to Sri Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, the first Vice President of India, on his birthday. He was a respected teacher, a philosopher and a statesman. On this dayContinue reading “A Homage to The Teachers of My Life”

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