Category Archives: We Indians!
Definitely” said the doctor, “you have to have hernia surgery done, immediately.” I panicked. “Really, doctor? Immediately?” “Yes. Sooner the better.” There was no turning back. I was admitted in a private nursing home and my surgery was completed without … Continue reading
When I was growing up in a large traditional household in Chennai city, my father employed a man to drive us to school. The driver was short, stocky and had a prominent moustache which he was in the habit of … Continue reading
I must tell you the story of Abramo Krishnan” my cousin from Tuticorin told me excitedly, when I was telling her about my blog, Talkalittledo. “Abramo Krishnan? Seems a strange name.” I said, getting interested. Abramo was nine years old … Continue reading
Among my brother’s many boyhood friends, is one Ramesh whom everybody loves. He is a sweet person with always a smile and a friendly word for everyone. But there is another reason why he stands out among my brother’s friends. … Continue reading
When I was in college all those years ago, I would spend my Saturday afternoons in my best friend’s house. Her mother whom I called Kasturi aunty, was a teacher in a school in Chennai, where we lived. Kasturi aunty … Continue reading
Muthu an agriculturist and his wife had fallen on dire straits because of lack of rains. People in Muthu’s village were seeking employment in the Middle East as contract labourers. Muthu who was forty years old, also did the … Continue reading