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monideepa sahu
author of Going Home in the Rain and Other Stories, (Kitaab), Riddle of the Seventh Stone (Young Zubaan), yarn spinner, columnist, mother, human being.
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monideepa sahu Oct 4
Bhairava. Wood carving from Nepal
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monideepa sahu Sep 22
I remember, I remember... where I brought my baby home
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monideepa sahu Sep 19
Memories revisited. A park in Bangalore where I used to take my child to play as a toddler.
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monideepa sahu Sep 16
A Brave Attempt to Collect Stories of the 'Asian Experience' via
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monideepa sahu Sep 8
Old Bangalore kalyan mantapa and tree lined road with metro line passing overhead @ Bangalore, India
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monideepa sahu Sep 3
Bengaluru: Women writers lament being typecast
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monideepa sahu Aug 31
Sheroes & the written word
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monideepa sahu Aug 31
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monideepa sahu Aug 30
Down memory lane. Tree lined road skirted by independent bungalows stands testimony to the Bangalore of yesteryears @ Bangalore, India
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monideepa sahu Aug 29
Early morning flower seller @ Bangalore, India
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SheThePeople Aug 13
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SheThePeople Aug 4
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Rasheed Kappan Jul 27
NOSTALGIA: A 1986 view of Jayanagar 4th Block, 9th Main, 33rd Cross. The landscape has been totally transformed as a concrete jungle today. Old timers remember those pleasant evening walks of yore. Pix: GiriTirumale. .
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नाम में क्या रखा है Aug 6
" We can almost see how systematically the events of national importance were erased out of the minds of the masses unless they added to the political theory of hereditary right to rule of the Congress’ first family" By
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TheGiniKhan Aug 5
Aerial view of amazing Vijay Stambha, Chittorgarh Dedicated to Vishnu, it was constructed by Rana Kumbha in 1448 to commemorate his victory over Mahmud Khilji. Built by Sutradhara Jaita the tower is 37.19m high. See the ruins!
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monideepa sahu Aug 3
Blessed to receive the nose ornament worn by Lord Jagannath in the Puri Temple. Made entirely of fresh flowers, these beautiful ornaments are changed daily. Jai Jagannath
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monideepa sahu Jul 30
Science may not be the panacea!
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monideepa sahu Jul 18
Glad the column resonated with you. Thanks for your feedback
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monideepa sahu Jul 18
Terrible
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monideepa sahu Jul 18
Replying to @chalindia @YouTube
Hi. Remember me? Your childhood friend from r k Puram.nee bhattacharjee
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