A new earworm from an artist I used to listen to ten years ago sends me on a hunt that leads to a UNESCO Cultural Heritage listing and a song about demonm seed that will cause your eyes to explode!
A chance encounter with five-year-old pictures leads to an interesting turn of events, and the chance encounter with a Nagarjuna Sagar Racer is relived!
Here are pictures of five birds of the Western Ghats. While the pictures themselves are no great shakes, the birds in them are what makes birdwatching in Southern India so rewarding. Each of these birds is a delight to watch once you have spotted them.
Crossing the street in Hyderabad is unlike anything else you have done in your life before. Read on to find out how nonchalance in the face of what others will consider deadly circumstances is an everyday Hyderabadi thing.
Under attack by villainous winged vermin, and thwarted at every turn, I have to dig deep into my fighting reserves to face the flying scum that desecrate all that we hold dear. Do I rise to the occasion? Or to the birds have the last cackle? Find out this and more in this thrilling post!
A weekly serialization of the book, Diary of a Pilgrimage, by Jerome K Jerome, illustrated by G G Fraser, published in 1891 in New York by Henry Holt and Company Chapter 3 – Friday, 23rd Early Rising.—Ballast should be Stowed Away in the Hold before Putting to Sea.—Annoying Interference of Providence in Matters that it… Continue reading Diary of a Pilgrimage, by Jerome K. Jerome – Chapter 3