The ‘Yale-Baby’ has a special connotation and I have the words ‘Yale’ inscribed on my room’s door key, but till recently I did not ever take the efforts to know what the word ‘Yale’ connotes. It was yesternight that Robin Lamboll, a good friend in College, told me that the goat-like mythical creatures on the […]Read more "Yale"
By the Carrus river fish whiz-zoom nets… see redRead more "Haiku of the Carrus River"
‘Poetic Majesty’ truly describes the only ‘Nad‘, the male river, as they say, among the ‘Nadis’ of India: the Brahmaputra, which courses its ways through Tibet, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Bangladesh. I have always found watching its calm surface becalming. What often does not seem apparent are the powerful eddies a few inches below its […]Read more "Poetic Majesty: Brahmaputra"
I have been a strong believer in the fact that symmetry is an inherent element of just about everything, often only unnoticed in dimensionally variant asymmetries that themselves comprise other symmetries around us. One may have had fun with ink-blot impressions on folded sheets of paper, often constituents of the Rorschach test, or found out […]Read more "The Power of Symmetry"