>Wordless Wednesday – Monsoon!


Lazy afternoon
monsoon in Kolkata, India
Right after a heavy shower!

I live in Bangalore, India, and by profession, I am CEO of a consulting organization, an Organization Consultant and an Executive Coach. I write because I like writing my thoughts and reflections for me to review my life and the life as I see around myself. However, sometimes it makes sense to convey my thoughts to others and connect with others. Maybe it strikes a chord; may be it does not. My life has been my most outstanding teacher, which is why I like sharing my experiences, memories, encounters and other narratives that I build as I go along. I am interested in people, society, culture, ways of life, individual and collective narratives/stories as they lead us to discover each other as nothing else does. I also write about coaching, people's lives, culture, stories, mothering my daughter, believing in a feminine way of life, and most of all, believe that all politics starts from the self and personal convictions

16 thoughts on “>Wordless Wednesday – Monsoon!

  1. >@droozofjupiter- thank you. it is taken at a quiet Bengaluru neighbourhood. I always feel most relaxed in the afternoon and all my dreamy ideas take birth then! ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. >Sharbori, your Wordless Wednesdays speak a lot, dear…..Loved the snaps. you have a blessing with the camera as you have with the pen. Thank you for the treats. Hope to see more of these in days to come.


  3. >the first photograph brought this haiku mind -'moist leaf:a sinister black crowserenity'nice pictures. a name i thought for your blog was 'Soul Curry'…i use that tag, but somehow i feel it goes with your style ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. >hhahaaa…yes. But forbidding was the first word that came to my mind when i saw him. also with the haiku contrasting images work best. so i like the image, that the contrasting of 'moist leaf' and 'sinister crow' creates, to show the whole serene frame ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. >I love the rainy season, especially when I am safe inside the house without getting my feet wet on slushy roads. And looking on, like I presume you have here, with a hot cup of tea warming your palm.


  6. >@Radha: LOL, that's a nice visual, with a hot cup of tea. actually this was taken in front of a quaint old cinema house in one of those quiet neighborhoods of bangalore.good to have you here after a long time. how have you been?


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