Calm amidst chaos….


“I like this place and could willingly waste my time in it.” 
― William Shakespeare

On a windy & dusty Sunday, I made a trip to a place I had planned to visit since 2013. In spite of being only about 30 kms or so away from where I live, and inspite of passing by the place quite a number of times, I simply could not manage a trip to this place. I guess, things happen only when they are meant to be. And so, one Sunday, I finally stepped inside the Assam Buddha Vihar, a Buddhist monastery perched on a hilltop in Amingaon, Kamrup, Assam. (more…)

What a wonderful world!

IMG_2191 What is this life, if full of care;

We have no time to stand & stare….. (more…)

Photo Friday (19) – A Sunday Affair

beltola bazaar productsFresh produce that we bought home

This is more of a detailed post than my usual photo posts of Friday. (more…)

A visit to Balaji Mandir

balaji 1 An old pic of the temple premises taken from their website

I have mentioned earlier that my mom is in town and have been staying with me and my sister for almost a month now. Needless to say that I am enjoying every bit of her stay with perks like home-cooked food, an organized home and kitchen and the best part is that there is someone always waiting for me when I am back home from office. 🙂 (more…)

Photo Friday (17) – Black Magic


I picked up this Black Stone Pottery tea-pot and mug set from the recently concluded North East Craft Carnival, 2015 held at NEDFi (more…)

Being random…..again!

The last time I did a random post, it was fun. It is a good way to blog (actually a shortcut), especially when I am not in a mood to write elaborate posts but still want to share my thoughts in my blog. So here I go again – (more…)

A trip to the wilds (Part 1)

1.1This is a post long due; it has been lying in my drafts folder since February. It is about my 3rd weekend getaway that I am documenting in my blog. The 1st one is  here & the 2nd one here. 😛 And this time the location was Manas National Park (MNP). We had gone there in the early part of February, when it was still winter. (more…)