I bought this book on Audible, and finished it in a week during the COVID19 lockdown, during my morning and evening workouts J. After the American Kingpin, this is the next book I read on cybercrimes and the scale is massive and plot so complex! The book starts with observations by overhead satellites that confirm … Continue reading Zero Day – a book by Kim Zetter. A review from a cyber security enthusiast!
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This lockdown is making various things of various people...and a chef of me! Of the various things I have tried this lockdown, today was the best...Chole chaval for lunch and chole tikki chat for dinner! Chole chawal - world’s best comfort food for long family lunches on Sunday afternoons! And a small chat-party at home … Continue reading The lockdown chef!
A 5 year-old's day is made when her favorite teacher gives her a handmade card at school! I am sure she will sleep with this card under her pillow for several days to come! 😘😘
This was their inaugural marathon. And it didn’t appear they had hired any external event organizers. Meaning, the police force managed the whole event themselves! Commendable work, considering it was their first event! What with over 15000 runners participating from many countries and 1000’s of their own colleagues from police force from various places in … Continue reading Maharashtra Police International Marathon – 2020. A recap.
We executed this itinerary from Mumbai during the Christmas break of 2019, and had a great time, with young cranky kids, mind you!😁 The itinerary allows enough time at each of these places to appreciate the 'must-visit' ruins, and other significant places of interest, and should suffice for anybody who wants to appreciate the ruins … Continue reading A 4-day itinerary to Hampi, Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal
2 mins till the school bus comes. A dear friend is yearning to play something, anything, in this time. Collecting these fallen, fragrant flowers sounds just about the right thing to do!
When you are in Saurashtra, the cutting chai of Mumbai takes on a different meaning altogether! Ardhi cha, translating to roughly "half a tea", in all parts of Saurashtra would yield you a strong milky tea in a saucer, locally called rakaabi, that you stick to your lower lip and sip from, ideally making a … Continue reading Ek ardhi cha!
The Shiva temple complex at the Pattadakal town houses 9 Shiva temples built by the Chalukya King's in 7th and 8th century. It combines northern Indian (the leftmost and middle temple in the picture above) and Southern Indian style of architecture (the right most temple in the picture). Legend has it that this was the … Continue reading Ancient temples at Pattadakal
While the Vitthala Rukmani temple is the more historic one at Pandharpur, and the legend of Rukmani being cross with Krishna on this occasion, which led to separate temples for Vitthala and Rukmani here, is oft repeated, the Iskcon is doing great work to build beautiful ghats for the pilgrims to visit and take a … Continue reading The Prabhupada Ghat, by Iskcon, on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River, Pandharpur