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Musical Memories of Bandra

When I was growing up during the sixties and seveties, music was am important source of entertainment, at least in Bandra. More particularly, western pop music. And Radio Ceylon was the main source of this music. Every morning as you walked through the leafy by-lanes or past houses in the…

One Foot In Front Of The Other: Tian Dayton

  This is a wonderful collection of affirmations for recovery from addiction, childhood trauma, dysfunction or relationship loss issues. All recovery of this nature is slow and the individual literally has to tread carefully -one foot at a time – counting small gains and victories along the way. This book…

More Smart Eating, Less Guilt

After various attempts at diets, I’ve come to the conclusion that the best way to be healthy is not to eat less, but to eat smart.  Although I’m no where near my ideal weight, I am sure that not because of my food choices, but more because of my lack…

Bandra Food Memories

Those readers who have lived through the sixties and seventies will recollect that the daily menu at home had a certain sameness and at the same time, studiously adhered to the stereotype fare for a particular community. No experiments with Chinese or Italian or Thai or Continental fare. In a…

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