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Tagged With: father

It will be a year tomorrow

  It will be a year tomorrow. A year since the day I flew down to Dehradoon to see my father who had been admitted in the ICU all too suddenly. A year since that sleepless night when I struggled with my worst fears, telling myself they were not premonitions and they were just that – fears. … Continue reading »

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My life is an open Facebook and other perils of introducing your mother to social media

My mother has a new passion that is consuming her during most of her waking hours. But before I tell you what that passion is, a preface is in order. Mom is a cerebral woman of far too many talents. Not only is she  well read but she also aces at almost everything she puts … Continue reading »

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Everywhere

He is in the garden admiring his roses the yellow in full bloom, the red not quite. He is in the study sorting out his books recommending the one that I have missed reading, handing it over to me. He is in the living room of the house clearing his throat as he reads this … Continue reading »

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My tribute to the most extraordinary father

I never thought I would be publishing a post like this. I never imagined I would broadcast my grief to the world in such manner. And then it struck me, that I am only honouring my father’s life by writing and sharing this with each one of you. And so it is…. My father, Colonel … Continue reading »

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