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Maharashtra Day Slideshow

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This is a video of the slideshow that I created for Marathi Bhashik Mandal (MBM), Toronto’s Vasantik program on May 5th, 2013. The program was arranged for celebrating “Maharashtra Day” (May 1st).

I Will Never Forget … Moments from 2012

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In January itself, I had been hoping to finish writing about my “Moments from 2012”. I know it is March already, but its better late than never!

2012 was quite an eventful year for both, Bhakti and I. The beginning of the year was fairly quiet with my professional project winding down by the end of May. The action started in June when we temporarily moved to India.

License plates from each of the states we visited in India as well as from Bhutan. NL=Nagaland; WB=West Bengal; MZ=Mizoram; AS=Assam; MN=Manipur; SK=Sikkim; ML=Meghalaya; MH=Maharashtra; AR=Arunachal Pradesh; OR=Orissa (Odhisa); TR=Tripura and BP/BT=Bhutan.

License plates from each of the states we visited in India as well as from Bhutan. Can you guess which states we visited? Click on photo or mouse-over for the answer.

Some of the moments described here were really events, but 2012 was such a year!

Here they are in chronological order…

Harishchandragad via Nali-chi-vaat (Part 4)

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A recount of my thrilling trek to Harishchandragad via nali-chi-vaat, which is considered to be one of the most difficult treks in the Sahyadri Mountains (Western Ghats) of Maharashtra, India. This is a story about the most adrenaline-filled 48 hours of my life.

Click for: Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four

Morning Adventures

We woke up at sunrise.  I had a good night’s sleep and felt fresh, unlike everyone else.  Normally, early winter nights in the Sahyadris are fairly cold; however, this time, the night had been quite pleasant and comfortable.  I think it was because the rocks that absorb heat during the day time radiate heat at night, and we had slept on those very rocks and were surrounded by them.