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Sunday, 28 November 2010

RoAd TrAfFiC AcCiDeNts..!!!

                                                            Part A
 Two months back, I was posted in Sahyadri speciality hospital (deccan gymkhana, Pune) for my Clinical postings... Just like my daily routine, I went to college & then to my postings.... I travel on my pink Scooty pep+ everyday, as I have no other option, except to drive...(I despise driving actually...i get freaked out)

As I was driving at a slow speed & was about to take a left turn, a man on his motorbike came from the wrong side, suddenly swerved his bike in front of me & we were about to crash horribly into one another...

thankfully I pulled my brakes just in time,hitting a stone in process & losing my balance .... "dekh nahi sakte kya uncle??" I yelled at him...
He replied by mouthing a few, very classic bad words at me... I was furious..& I realised that I was shaking with shock, my left arm & right ankle hurt & of course I was late......
Trying to come back to normal, I sped up my scooty a bit & finally reached the hospital... I quicky put on my white apron & other necessary things & ran inside the hospital... I was still I gulped down some water... I went to report to my professor who gave me a ticking off for being late.... cursing my bad luck, I went to the HDU (high dependency unit ) as I was posted there....

                                                 Part B

As I entered the Air conditioned room, with a mask & my sanitised hands, I spotted my classmates n seniors here there treating patients... My friend saw me & came to me.. "there's a new patient today, we have to give him passive movements for the lower limbs,& mobilise his trunk.. he has a spinal cord injury..."she said... I nodded.... we both gave the necessary treatment to the guy...He was quite young, in mid-twenties.. I wondered  what exactly the case was & made a mental note to myself to check up his case file later on...
After about two full hours of treating other patients with respiratory excercises, active-assisted, active resisted movements,stretching etc; I finally decided I had done enough for the day....

I went to the table along with my friend for file reading & I picked up that guy's file to read... As I opened it up & was going through the details of biochemical tests done on him, the vitals the hospital staff had checked, I came to the page where the cause was written... There were only 3 letters written - RTA... (full form- ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT) I also read the senior doctor's report stating  that the patient had multiple spinal cord injuries in the lumbar & sacral regions... from whatever more the report contained I understood that the patient had loss of motor skills in both the lower extremities.... I shut the file with shaking hands & took a few deep breaths... my friend asked me.. "why are you so red in face?? are you alright??" not bothering to reply, I almost ran out of the HDU with the words "road traffic accident " etched onto my mind....
                                                                   Part C

I called myself silly for being scared of accidents, I mean , every day, every second an accident happens somewhere & someone or the other gets injured or dies..for that matter,As a medical student, I see so many injuries daily & so many variety of dieseases,s but none of it had affected me as much as it had that day... even when I closed my eyes,I saw flashes of the man I was about to crash into & unconscious guy in front of my eyes.. this happened the entire day.... The stinging hurt in my arm & leg was much less than the worry I had in my head.. I wondered how life would have been without vehicles, boring & slow definitely..but it would have been much much more safer.....

Yes, everyone has to die someday, but dying daily because of some serious injury due to a RTA is worse than death... People say, "wear helmets" but I personally do have practical problems with a helmet so I dont wear it regularly...& a helmet protects only your head, what about the rest of you??

today, the traffic in cities, especially Pune, has become uncontrollable, its as if we are in hell, with people coming from any directions, wrong sides, rash drivers... of course, the condition of our roads, our hectic schedules & the poor traffic management by the cops is also to be blamed for the increasing RTAs in India...

I would say that I am not against driving because it is the most convenient mode of trasport, I would just like to put forth my views that whenever we drive, we should take into consideration the risks involved in driving & the various horrible consequences that accidents can have....We can avoid accidents because driving properly is in our hands and we can try to manage it,don't you think that natural calamities & terrorism are already killing enough people??? So before stepping onto your vehicle, just be calm, smile, drive a bit cautiously, and yes,don't forget to enjoy the wind blowing across your face as you drive... Happy Driving people, STAY SAFE...!!!!!

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Chinese-Italian Pasta..!!

Chinese-Italian Pasta
When it comes to cooking, everyone around the world has different tastes and likes.
Cooking I suppose, is an art in itself.

The best part about it is you can always create something new.

So here is my recipe of a unique  "Chinese-Italian Pasta"

Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Common Wealth games, sports games or wealth games???

                                                        PART A... 
As today's a holiday...I had the priviledge of getting late up in the morning, as usual, after getting fresh & ready, I decided to check out today's newspapers, (ya..I know eating & reading simultaneously is a bad habit...) As I read the head line of "Games become India's Shame" (about the CommonWealth Games), I decided to read the article... & as I read on, I was shaken....

I mean almost everyone knows that a certain Mr. Kalmadi has filled his pockets full with notes of money, everyone knows that a certain Mr. A R Rahman was paid an amount of Rs.5 crore & yet he produced a third rate song for the Games, Everyone knew that there were additional committees added because the preparation for the games was found to be inadequate... & yet with just 11 days before the CommonWealth Games,the foreigners are complaining of stinking toilets, stagnant water & stray dogs!!! 

Is our country so dumb to appoint these irresponsible people as the leaders of our country??? What is the use of us learning, educating  ourselves & living a "good n healthy" lifestyle, if we can't chose the proper leaders, if we can't raise a voice against injust, money hunting & incompetent politicians who say "we care a damn for you & this country."??? Agreed, that 70% of our population is least bothered about these Games, because they can't even get basic necessities like a two time meal & a home to sleep...why will they be bothered about such Games then???( of course our politicians are not doing anything about that either..u see..they are so very busy increasing their bank balance..) But the question is not just mismanagement with regards to the Common Wealth Games, the question is why isn't our entire country involved in playing host to these games?? Because we feel that "we are not responsible for it..someone else is"....

Whatever the reasons are, fact is that all what these politicians & so called in-charge people did, was to set up a poor arrangement for the 'firangis'..& gave them a big fat chance to show their thumbs down at us....

                                                        PART B..

How can our beloved, highly educated Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh sleep so soundly inspite of such an international humiliation at India, I don't know, all I know is I am a citizen of this country & any disgrace to it highly saddens me, & I know it saddens you also & for that matter it makes millions like me & you, out there sad about this.... but being aware & sad isn't enough.... What we need to understand is, that we all should come "TOGETHER" & discuss such issues & go about them... Because we are forgetting that India is a land where there was once UNITY in there is certainly diversity, but no unity.... Each one is bothered only about themselves, if we can come together on auspcious occasions like ganesh chaturthi, krishnashtami & diwali, if we can come together when there are bomb blasts & floods, why can't we stand together against such irresponsible & immoral leaders....don't you shudder to think that our country's security is in such hands, don't you feel bad when you see 3 & 4 yr old children begging??? You say you do shudder & feel bad...& so do I...but simply sitting & cribbing, mouthing a few bad words at this country's plight isn't going to help.... Its high time that you, me, we all become one big voice against injustice...a fusion of our talents & ideas & taking some concrete steps is the only thing that will change this country......we all must raise a voice together, if not for our own sake, atleast for the sake of those who gave their blood in the past, so that we could live today....Jai Hind.!!!


Thursday, 2 September 2010

The Clock is Ticking. How time flies!

Time is something that nowadays everyone says that they don't have enough. No time for chilling out with friends, not enough time for submitting projects, not enough time for family members, no time for this, no time for that!!!! I guess all of us, you & me, often use phrases like "Sorry, I don't have time, or else I would have......." or maybe "My life's so busy, I don't even have time for myself".... all of us are cribbing about our life....& Mr.Time is nicely smiling & laughing at our plight!!

I am NOT here to discuss time- management. There are many professionals out there to discuss & teach it. I am writing this because I suddenly realised that even if we are not aware of this most of our life, almost all our decisions are based on whether we have time or not. Our schedules, our meetings, our various special "dates", our daily-soaps,our lectures,the office hours,etc etc everything under the sun depends on this 4 letter word called "time"

Time influences us more than we ever have realised. We are more closer to the people we spend more "time" with.....because we learn, share, experience things together with them.

Time allows people to grow together & creates some unforgettable moments which we cherish lifelong
Afterall special memories are nothing but moments of "time" shared together. Do we spend time with only special people, or do people become special after we have spent "time" with them????? 

I think the latter holds true on most accounts.....although if we dont "have" time then how can we "spend" it with someone??....confusing isn't it???

YET, the same "time" can create havoc in our life if we give it too much priority in our life. People nowadays have become machines by mechanically doing work after work, chore after chore, task after task, thinking that there is so much to do in such a short time. Yes, I agree that 24 hours a day are too less when a person has to go to work, manage family, travel, catch-up with friends. Life is too short agreed...& time flies very quicky...

But because life is too short, isn't it better to slow down a bit, look after yourself & most importantly smile & live every moment "fully"???? Rushing through life & becoming a puppet of time by constantly being tensed about what to do next takes that "tadka" or "magic" out of life of course, spending our time wisely & fruitfully is important, no doubt about that, or else we may become goaless, unfocused & lazy beings, but instead of running behind the goal like a madman, just because of lack of time, isn't it better to slow down & enjoy the road to our goal??? 

Just like a train halts at stations, do take halts in the train of life, enjoy this moment,  take a breath of fresh air, close your eyes, & just let the wind blow across your smiling face. "Time" will always remain a powerful mystery governing our lives. So simply forget about it, just live this moment, this hour, this, minute, this second fully because who knows if tomorrow will come or not???

So Dream. Imagine. Be Crazy. Be You!

Au Revoir.


Sunday, 8 August 2010

everyday at Sassoon Hospital...

                                                                        Part A The exprience...

"Please help me, Its paining...& I can't walk.."were the cries of a 35 plus female, in the medicine ward of Sassoon hopsital...I, with two of my seniors,one intern & one batchmate,were there to treat her... it was my 5th day at Sassoon Government Hospital, Pune..

"Take her case history"...ordered one of my seniors to me & my batchmate.....well obviously, we have to act obedient in front of our seniors, so we quietly obliged, & started asking her things,which doctors need to know, so as to begin the way there's a particular format, & we must comply with it....or else we are termed "stupid" & the information we have collected is termed as "incomplete"...

Anyway, as we tried to make her stop crying and start answering out questions, I wondered whether it was right to manipulate a person like this so as to make him or her listen to our commands & demands...I brushed aside that thought & concentrated on making her answer the questions we are supposed to ask,, after lots of sweet-talking, diplomacy & tactfulness, we finally managed to get her talking & completed case history, by recording her chief complaints, HOPI (history of present illness), past medical history, pain assessment, pain grading & many other things....big list...

After heaving a sigh of relief my batchmate & me looked at one another & we went to our incharge intern to present our case,, After much discussion & stuff...He said, " Its ok, but you have to improve, get things done more faster & correct whatever I have told you...."...he gave us a disdainful & disapproving look, but was smiling at himself as he walked away...My batchmate's face was red already...I guess she was losing her patience...she said " yeah, so easy for him to say this, we do all the work & all he does is arrive at the last scene & tell us how wrong we are.."...

I gave here some water & asked her to chill....after all the interns have gone through the same stuff which we go through and they are almost on their way to becoming a full-fleged physiotherapist...& we still have a long way ahead....

After that we both batchmates were separated & asked to assist our seniors who were treating other patients....I was fascinated to watch how my senior managed make a sixty-five plus old lady stand on her feet, all by her own..I mean, a few days before, she wasn't even able to sit by herself...(she is diagnosed with polyneuropathy). I won't go into details of how & what treatment we gave her that day, but strengthening, stretching,mobilising,finger-nose test,heel knee test,sensory & reflex testing, MMT (manual muscle testing) were few of the things we did on our patient........

Soon, it was time to go back to college & attend lectures, clinics over for the day.....gosh, I was tired & my feet were aching......I mentioned it to my senior, she smiled & told me that this is just the beginning.....still lots more to follow..

                                               Part B Feeling comfortable...

Its been a few weeks for me at the hospital, by now I have become used to the stinking smell of the wards, the suffocating feeling of wearing a mask while in the wards & my eyes have become accustomed to seeing the salines, IV injections & poorly kept beds....I am more open to talking to the people from low socio-economic background as the patients admitted there are very poor... actually poor is not the only word....they are dirty, unclean & stupid, YET, they are happy & smiling. Even if they cry in pain sometimes, they are simple enough to believe us when we tell them that everything is going to be alright...Their eyes gleam with joy,through their dark faces when they see us everyday....

Yes, its tough & difficult to smile & tell patients that they will be alright even though we know that they have a few days left, its tough to handle the patients who are stubborn & keep telling us that they don't need to be treated....But the comfort & satisfaction of trying to make someone better is enough to keep us going....we students go there to learn academics...but along with that we also learn what is it to give our best & what are the meanings of the words "patience" & "satisfaction".....

By the way, as I am thinking of all this, I am in the medicine ward...I watch the the polyneuropathy patient, who gradually stands on her own starts walking slowly around with the instructions of my senior.....she sits down on the bed for a moment, drinks water with her trembling hands....and I smile......

Friday, 16 July 2010

Villagers in cities, the biggest controversy.

The other day I was meeting my friend but she came a bit late. She said, "These beggars, one of them,a small boy, was literally chasing me, I had to give him 10 whole rupees, only then he went away, don't know where these people come from,sorry I'm late." That she was late, didn't matter to me, I was wondering, what causes these beggars to send their own children begging like this, on the roads, I mean I fully respect the begging racket shown in movies and written about in newspapers, but are there some more reasons, which lead the poor strata of society to beg,borrow & steal??

Thousands of villagers migrate daily to big metro-politan cities in search of work, because they can no longer afford to earn a living by farming. Farmers are suffering day & night. By the way I thought that farming is the main occupation of India, but looking at the current situation of farmers in our country, I don't think so, do you???

Who is to be blamed for the increasing unemployment in cities due to migration of people??? Well maybe the people who migrate to a particular city, but who is to blamed for the 'reasons' why they migrate??? Isn't this controversial topic of people crowding to a particular city,something to think about deeply???

Poor quality of education, no development, low electricity supply, social & cultural superstitions, lots of diseases, unhygienic conditions, then what should the people do? Die there or migrate to a city?? Obviously the latter, unless they are jumping with enthusiasm at the thought of death!!

Well, eventually when they migrate to cities, they are attracted to the glamour, to the luxurious lifestyle & the delicious food over there...but they don't have money to live such a they resort to stealing,drugs & other such horrible crimes, to get what they want. In the process, they lose their village- morals, & get stuck up in a vicious circle of crime, dirt and violence. Either that, or they build roadside huts, beg when they can't do anything else, or do small odd jobs like working as labourers in construction sites & stuff. This is the way they struggle in cities in order to earn a livelihood....

Okay this was just one aspect, I mean, as a person living in cities all my life & never actually living in villages ever, I am not perfectly aware of the life in a village...So even I hate the roadside dust, pollution, garbage littering, smelly people spitting & all that, which I get to see in my city...We living in Pune, travel in vehicles most of the time & even I am irritated at people begging at the "traffic signals" I mean, why should I give a rupee to someone when nobody gives me even a fifty-paise coin??? As it is, the traffic in our city is major problem & people are taking advantage of us even worse can it get??!!!??

But yes, I don't entirely blame such people, Raj Thackeray may shout hoarse that Biharis are ruining Mumbai, they maybe,considering the increasing filth & crime in the city,etc etc, but what has motivated them to come here?? Life in Mumbai or for that matter, in any other metro city is not easy, but to those villagers, this life is much better than the hell they are living in. So are they really to be blamed??

Gone are the days when villages were associated with lush green landscapes, innocently happy people, huge farms, happy joint families & healthy cattle & chirping birds. We see just dry farms, crying females, suicide cases, thin cows & hungry children...such is the plight of our villagers today. All because our politicians are so very engrossed in increasing their bank balance, that they have forgotten that India is a land of villages, with almost 7 & half lakh or more villages in our country and it is their duty to look into such matters.It is a matter of sheer common sense isn't it, if we put some efforts in developing villages, the people there won't ever feel the need to migrate to the cities! I feel there is an urgent need to look into this matter.

As a volunteer of the Art of living, having done courses like YES!+(Youth empowerment & skills seminar) I have realized that there are people in this country, who are actually working so that such people are benefited so that we all have a better India,& motivating youth like us,  but more & more of us should become aware that just visiting Dominoes & high class restaurants & earning money & spending it isn't called a life, we live a "REAL LIFE" when we can spread smiles to the people around us & do something for the society...the satisfaction of having contributed, even a little to make someone's life better, is hundred times more than just hanging out doing nothing, gossiping who wears what or who smokes & who doesn't!! Come on, live a life! Ultimately before we die, we should have the feeling of living life fully, because when we spread a smile, someone else makes it sure that we smile, that's the magic of service! Wake up India!!!!

Thursday, 8 July 2010

mobile mantra...!!!!

Yesterday night at 12 am, a beep on my cell phone indicated that I had recieved a text read "hiee,hw r u?wht r u doin?rep soon" well obviously at such an hour, I usually am getting ready to sleep..but still I replied.."m fine wht abt u?i ws readin,wht u doin?"
now, I wasn't actually reading anything,my eyelids were drooping & so I was about to sleep, but just a text message by a friend on my Samsung mobile phone & there!!! I was wide awake ready to chat away!! As you people might have experienced, once we start chatting, its an never ending process, I finally slept at 2:30 am.... I was wondering, what is the reason that keeps me awake at night & engrossed in my cell phone in the day?? Is it excitement of chatting with a particular person, or is it the sheer pleasure of holding a high power,high technology device in my hand which connects me to so many people even if they are miles apart from me, or is it the fact that the 'SMS packs' designed by companies are getting cheaper by the day & I simply want to finish my "msg pack" by sending anything from silly shayaris to ultimate PJs to SMSes full of crap emotions......???? What is it that makes me think that I can't really live without my cell phone??? I am still trying to figure out the answer, but my current guess is that the simplest of the reason is "communication"...maybe that's the reason I carry my mobile around as if its a piece of treasure... I then suddenly remembered the line in my civics text book in school..."MAN IS A SOCIAL ANIMAL"... animals we are,I have remembered that through out my life till date,being first a biology & now a medical student....Its just that I couldn't digest the word "social" I mean like, I am utterly confused... we human beings are so intelligent & geniuses to carry a device which fits into our hands into which a sim card smaller than a biscuit is inserted,& we are connected to the world in less than a minute.. on the other hand, we human beings are being obtuse by forgetting that it is we who created the device & we are not mere puppets & slaves of technology.... I was shocked the other day, to see a 6 year old boy saying to his parents, "why dont you give me a mobile like u have given my big brother?? then I can SMS you when I finish playing." the "big" brother was apparently a 10 year old kid...imagine kids pressing their tiny fingers onto the mobile phones just because their mommy & daddy use it....where has all the innocence gone??? was it really there, I wonder....... true, that in today's age,the necessity to communicate has increased to a great extent with so many new businesses,ventures & things coming up, people need the device for an instant connect & for many other reasons like listening to songs, surfing the internet & so on & so forth..People would call me crazy for crictising the usage of mobile phones & I don't blame them, after all I myself use my cell phone & I love it... ...BUT...when usage turns into addiction,life becomes hell my friends,,not only for the person addicted to the cell phone but also for the people around him or her,, the "mobile addict" forgets to talk with the people around him like his friends or family..& it really is a nuisance when the person u want to talk something important to, fiddles continuously with his mobile phone or keeps talking on it....I mean,,if we are social human beings then is the mobile phone more important than actual "real" human beings??? Isn't it something to think about???? I am not saying that we ban mobile phones or something senseless like that..but we don't want "deaddiction" centres for mobile phones,do we????? I guess our priority should be relations & mobiles are just a way of communicating & maintaining those relations...nothing more than that....(of course there are many other uses of a mobile phone...I'm not disagreeing)...but people are forgetting that the cell phone is just a definitely is a fantastic piece of doubt about that...but we human beings are much more fantastic....I see that many people are forgetting that..!!! Excuse me, I have to stop typing & cut short here,,, my cell phone just beeped!!! let me see who is it........LOL! WARNING: to all my friends & friends of theirs & whomsoever who reads this..please keep your mobile phones away from your bodies as much as can prove to be a health hazard if you keep your mobile phones continuously in your jeans or shirt pockets..Beware!

Monday, 5 July 2010

Fitness & beauty mania!!

I woke up late on a sunday morning as usual...I got up & looked into the mirror....& like I always do...I started critising myself for being plump.. In the afternoon,as I switched on the television, I saw the ultimate size zero kareena kapoor sizzling away...
& my inferiority complex increased double fold..!!! I tried finding the solution to my 'big fat' problem by asking my friends.some said, "try the gym..It really helps" yeah...I said to myself,,I sure would try the gym,I would definitely go there, if & when my mom would give me the money (which she would never, she knows I am never regular at anything...) & if & when I would get a few hours apart from my college & studies...( which is next to I have heavy hours of academics) I neatly cancelled out the option if going to a gym... I asked still some of my friends...and they said "chill yaar,,why are u so worried?" I said to myself,,of course,why am I worried,I am going to be the next miss universe,aren't I?? LOL....hehehe.. I tried out many new ideas & stuff..after all,being slim is the latest mantra, or is being fit the latest mantra?? Hold on,hold on what exactly is the difference between being thin & being fit?? U people may know the answer, but me, I was a bit slow understanding that!! Finally it dawned to me that being fit includes not only physical but also mental & emotional fitness, I understood that I should keep a watch on my behaviour also... Anyway....after a lot of self analysis & reading & stuff, I came to the conclusion that what matters the most in life is to be happy & to make others happy...because although it may sound a bit clich├ęd, the truth is that real beauty lies within us & no matter how many layers of make-up we apply & how many new branded clothes we wear, nothing is more important than a smile...just a smile makes things so much more easier & life so much more beautiful... again...the question arises that even though all these above words may be true, isn't it important to excercise & workout regularly??? my answer to this question would be,yes it is definitely important to workout or do any sort of physical excercise because it rejuvinates our body & keeps obesity, heart & cholesterol diseases at bay....we all should definitely watch our lifestyles & keep a check on our daily routines.... I guess the trick to stay fit & beautiful is to do all the efforts you can, but at the same time be mentally relaxed & happy...the key is to smile, be content & remember that there's nobody in the world like you....!!!!!!!! At last I understood that I may be silly...but atleast I am unique...& my friends,,so are you..!!! 

Saturday, 3 July 2010

Indian youth - modern..really??

It seems like a frequent routine to me now, to hear people in their forties & older than that to say "You youngsters are so rude, no culture no respect, now in our times we were........" & they go on & on & on.

It makes me wonder that are we so bad?? have we really no respect? have we lost all our modesty, & the so called 'sanskriti' in an effort to 'modernize' ourselves????

From one point of view, i feel yes...all the above views may be correct. But then again, I remember the innumerable times I and my friends have cursed the Indian government for being lazy & corrupt,the college teachers for not teaching properly, the rickshaw wallah for not driving according to the meter system, the petrol pumps for not filling the entire amount of petrol for which we pay,the dirty roads full of garbage, & so on & so forth..the amount of discussions we have had at such instances are endless. Thinking a bit deeper,doesn't that show that in spite of being the so called new generation, we do have a 'conscience' deep rooted in us

When I come to think of it, right at this moment, like me, thousands of youngsters in India wearing the so called "Cool" tag on their T-shirts will be doing so many supposedly "Uncool " things. Why?? Is it just because we "have" to or somewhere we "want to" too??

 My point is, if we, today's generation are becoming more aware of the current situation in India, we do it because we understand that some things are wrong & they must be set right...
I know some where every one of us wants a better India

 I want to set forth this view across India, that we may be modern and upto date with the current trends across the world. That's what the current India needs to develop.. so what, wearing jeans & a Tee is what we are comfortable in..but deep in our hearts we all should realise that we are basically true Indians by blood & our forefathers should rest in peace, because their values and culture are still running in us even though very subtley!

Also I feel that the people of the older generation should also learn to accept us just the way we are. Maybe we wear jeans and tees and what else, but that doesn't make us "less sanskari" and and "without values" It's high time they understood that!!

And as youngsters we all should realise that just to be cool and hip we need not disrespect our own culture and values. Yes superstitions are bad but the good values which our country has like living in peace and harmony and many such other things, such things we should value and respect! Gone are the days when we youth used to say" Iss desh ka kuch nahi ho sakta" Our country is in our hands! 

On a lighter note.. the pani puri & pav bhaji stalls are increasing day by day! even if young people stuff their mouths with a cheesy Indian youngster would be able to ignore the alluring aroma of the great "vada-pav"or the "kachchi dabeli"!!! no!

I don't see that happening in the places in India where I have been.

Indianess is reflected everywhere!

 So my friends do go & tell the world that we may have modernised ourselves but the finishing touch is wholely & truely Indian..!!!because the bond of love is the strongest. Deep rooted values never argue whether a lungi or dhoti, is better than the jeans or leggings!

The age old debate of the generations will go on all over the country I guess. So just relax and enjoy it like a show!!

Dream. Imagine. Be Crazy, Be You

Au Revoir!