Tuesday, June 07, 2011


Anonymous wrote:

The picture is many things. At the most simplistic level, it is very realistic. That's it. It's the positioning of the seats that gives your title incredible authenticity.

Then the trees that shut the world out. Is it a cover that protects or a wall that isolates? it must be my long-standing enquiry into romantic love and so called conjugal bliss that brings to my mind ominous thoughts.

Eloquent. Incomparable conjunction between the name and the image.

Monday, June 06, 2011


Charu wrote:

I am developing breathing problem. Can you please stop taking such breathtaking pictures?!
Love charu

Thursday, June 02, 2011


The samples of chairs which will be required in millions to attend the convocations of rival fasting camps for removing corruption. Ignore the amounts that changed hands in buying and selling these chairs and other amenities: there had to be a commission for such large-scale transactions.

Charu wrote:

How apropos!
Bribery on top of bribery, "stacked"
Love charu
Vikash wrote:

Thats a very interesting point of you Sir. however dramatized all these anti- corruption agitations might appear, I still believe they are good in a way. its similar to T 20 , no matter in which direction the batsman swings watt matters is ( even if its a directionless way ) the ball crosses the boundary line....