To Err is Human… Really?

All of us have heard this phrase, "To Err is Human..." in many of the conversations; people use it in jest or to shrug off a mistake they did or as an excuse for the mistake committed. This happens at our workplace and also in families. Yes, to some extent, it is okay. We aren't … Continue reading To Err is Human… Really?

The Joy of Food

Whether we live to eat or eat to live, we all need food to survive, isn't it? 🙂 (This blog post is in a lighter-vein. More involved topics Healthy eating, a good diet, and right way of cooking etc. will be covered in the upcoming blog-posts.) One thing is for sure, food brings people together. … Continue reading The Joy of Food

YugaAdi, Beginning of a New Age

March 25, 2020, according to the Hindu Calendar, happened be the first day of Chaitra Maasa, the beginning of the Spring Season. The States of India namely Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra celebrated the festival, Yugaadi / Ugadi / Gudi Padwa. As I started working on this blog, I also got to learn … Continue reading YugaAdi, Beginning of a New Age

Photographer, An Ambassador Of Time

Today is March 20, 2020. Why did I pick photography as the topic for today's blog? March 20 happens to be the International Day of Happiness. Tell me, who doesn't smile when they know their photograph is being taken?! And smile typically is an expression of happiness (unless it is a fake / forced smile; … Continue reading Photographer, An Ambassador Of Time

Reminiscing on Birthday (Author: RamaMurthy)

One of our key co-bloggers, Sri. RamaMurthy who also happens to be my dear Uncle celebrated his birthday a few days back. Penning down his thoughts (either about life / reminiscing / birthday resolution) has been a part of his birthday ritual, which I think is very nice as it kind of gives us an … Continue reading Reminiscing on Birthday (Author: RamaMurthy)

Blessing in Disguise!

We all have heard and shared these quotes before, 'When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!', 'When people throw stones at you, collect them and build an Empire!' Implementing these in our own life does take a lot of courage, patience, and a rock-solid support especially emotional and spiritual support. The support could be from … Continue reading Blessing in Disguise!

In the School of Life…

... everyone and everything is (or can be if paid attention to) a Guru / Teacher! Here's what prompted me to write this article: I do listen to various spiritual leaders and motivational speakers on YouTube and I do volunteer in a particular spiritual organization's events and drives that are meant for the betterment of … Continue reading In the School of Life…

BhagavadGita, the Life Guide and My Spiritual Guru

Happy Monday, Everybody! This blog post is on Srimad BhagavadGita, the ultimate guide of Life and is dedicated to my Spiritual Guru, respected Sreeparna Roy Didi. She is one of the respected Gurus who teaches at S-VYASA. I came into her contact (or I should say it was the divine force that connected me with … Continue reading BhagavadGita, the Life Guide and My Spiritual Guru

Tools for Self-Transformation

In this blog, I am going to share a list of self-transformation tools that was given to me when I embarked on my Yogic journey by enrolling in M.Sc. Yoga Therapy program offered by S-VYASA, a deemed Yoga University, based in Bengaluru, India. Our M.Sc. batch had around 160 students! Given the fact that we … Continue reading Tools for Self-Transformation

Faith Keeps Us Going (Author: RamaMurthy)

The following article written by Sri. RamaMurthy highlights the essence of the beautiful poem, Karunaalu Baa Belake (ಕರುಣಾಳು ಬಾ ಬೆಳಕೆ) by the respected B.M. Srikantiah, one of the most influential authors, writers and translators of Kannada literature. This poem is a Kannada Classic based on the English poem, Lead, Kindly Light by the renounced Theologian … Continue reading Faith Keeps Us Going (Author: RamaMurthy)