It’s Ramadan season and it’s no secret that this month comes as a relief for all of us in different ways. Where office goers are looking forward to those early offs and traffic free routes back home, diet watchers are looking for natural health regime, … Continue reading Making The Most of Ramadan
They decorate their houses with walnut branches, pray to the fairies for the protection of their fields and cattle, which they believe descend on the mountains; distribute goat milk in the entire village and groove on the rhythm of drum beats performing a dance called … Continue reading Chillam Joshi – A Vibrant Walk Down Kalash Lane
[Branded Content Alert – Following post is a blatant praise of One of my favorite food brands, that has been my morning mate since a long long time and here’s me, showing a little appreciation for the experience & for its latest TVC] We often … Continue reading You Are What You “Drink”
Standing at the edge of the waterfront, waiting for our ferry to dock us onto it for an hours ride – that had cost 15TL per person – I was quietly admiring the seascape in front of me, awestruck by the ginormous clouds, sky touching … Continue reading The Magical Bosphorus – Photo Essay
National Incubation Center is a state of the art technology hub that offers free work space, mentorship, networking, digital technical and financial resources for young Pakistani businesses in efforts to achieve high economic growth and sustainable development. There has been a considerable boom in entrepreneurial … Continue reading NIC Karachi – A Game Changer for Future Entrepreneurs & Start-ups
It was time for a lunch meet-up with friends and as usual, we were looking to try a new eaterie when a friend mentioned BabaMoo – a small eaterie that serves cheese and potato based comfort food – Gulp! The name of this eaterie had put me … Continue reading BabaMoo – Comfortably Yum!
Travel Recalls are short stories recalling the bizarre, funny and entertaining moments from my travels that have somehow stuck in my head due to their simplicity and unusualness and often resurface due to their strange association with the most common things in life. Do suitcases … Continue reading Travel Recalls – The Suitcase & The Deserted Streets of Imbi
If there was one destination I was asked to remove from my Turkey itinerary, I’d think of it to be Cappadocia although seconds later, I’d change my mind and say “Nah, It’s good to explore that place once..” This is the kind of bittersweet relationship … Continue reading Cappadocia and I – A Bittersweet Symphony
It’s so easy to get lost in the obvious commotion of life that we overlook the importance of everyday mundane outdoor work that helps us get through the bigger things in a day and more so, the people – the driving forces conducting those mundane … Continue reading A Warm Thank-You To Our Everyday Heroes
Closed doors carry a fascination, a vibe of enigma. So many tales locked behind them, so many stories told or untold by people who sat on the other end; the slightly ajar ones let out a little of the mystery but keep most if it concealed, heightening it. They may symbolize opportunity and a gateway to something new or may even represent a dead end, a barrier; Your perception..
So many dreams must have been concocted behind them, big and small, while so many may have been crushed under the burden of societal pressure. So many strong women were given birth here, while some were thrown to the hands of fury and neglect. So much love was made behind them and also many bruises. many laughters were enjoyed & many tears wept.
I wonder how many of those dreams got to really see the light; but here’s to imagination of not really knowing what happened but hoping it all turned out just fine ..