Easter Vigil, those that matter, exams and good food

Renewing baptism vows today while listening to the Archbishop of Bombay online felt rather normal this year as compared to last.Infact it felt convenient, one could concentrate on prayer with only people that mattered for company. Bringing me to the realisation that the people who really mattered are those who stay in touch, through thick…

Finding what moves me

Continuing to find what moves me. I know what it is but the constant reminder that you are a sole provider can be daunting when you want to follow your heart – trying to move towards what you actually want to do. Oscillating between the heart and mind every single day ain’t easy. But must…

Holiday post – Mangalore

Mangalore is home and whenever I am here my brains don’t function. It is so relaxing here and so silent, you really want to shut down. What I normally do when at home, is that I sleep, read and eat. Speaking of eating it actually took me to eat some amazing food today to wake…

Kori Rotty (article that first appeared on iDiva.com)

Kori Rotty (article that first appeared on iDiva.com) In traditional Mangalorean cuisine, coconut is almost always the main ingredient and is used even more for festivals and special celebrations. Coconut gives any food a distinct coastal feel, a kind of sweetness that brings out the flavour of the region and a reminder of the sea….

Fishing for compliments

Fishing for compliments My article that first appeared in iDiva today. Recipe: Delectable Mangalorean Fish Curry I hail from Mangalore, a coastal city in Karnataka – the very mention of which reminds you of the sea breeze, sands and coastal food. Mangalore reminds me of love, home cooked food, the comfort of my parents’ retirement…