Deuta (as we address our father) never discusses about his office at home, not much even with Maa (our mother). As far as I can remember, for me and my sister, his workplace had always been a ‘cool’ hangout place for us with ever smiling Uncles-Aunties-Dadas-Baideos. Many a time, post-school, I used to spend time… Continue reading Mrs. Borgohain and What My Parents Didn’t Teach Me
Not much to say about…I miss her 🙂 Luv u loads Chikchik ! The Lost and Found Story…Raising A Sparrow – YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Lr12Wn9I5Y
Have been trying cover some lesser known destinations in Australia (‘lesser known’ in regards to the usual itinerary of a tourist on a tight schedule). My first article in this thread was about a Chinese Garden themed park in midst of the bustling city of Sydney, link :https://champographie.com/2018/12/22/hidden-china-bustling-sydney/comment-page-1/ Had been thinking of penning down about… Continue reading Cherry Blossoms at 7000 KMs from Japan – Tulip Top Gardens
…Just a random thought -what in our life have we sought? Born and nurtured by parents.Ba Bornnd nurtured by parents. Learns to walk, learns to hunt, when old enough they move on. Learns to walk, read and write, and a garnishing of religion. They hunt when hungry, but at least have a time of their… Continue reading Animals
I woke up to the bright yet cold sun rays dancing through the large window of my hotel room. It was 5.30 in the morning, and another 30 minutes for my alarm to go off. I have always had this difficulty with ‘stranger’ beds, doesn’t let me sleep in peace – trust issue eh? Deciding… Continue reading Gamusa Travels- I am praying this to be my post retirement place! Engelberg and Mt. Titlis.
It was my first day in the UAE. My friend Sunny came to receive me at the airport and we headed straight to pick up two pals of his (who became ‘our friends’ with the very first meet) who were still at work. Throughout the ride, all I did was enjoying the view of the… Continue reading Of Grandeur and Magnificence
A cup of tea with this majestic view from the balcony. Another reason in the long list asking me not to return back to the monotonous work life away from home. Oh how I pray life was what we wished for…Home, Our Assam 🙂
Two Murano glass art pieces in the making. An inside peek into the world-famous glassblowing art by the craftsmen. Ancient legend says that glass was created by chance on sandy river banks in Syna: Phoenician merchants saltpeter blocks to make campfires on the sand, and the mix of these elements and the heat produced this new surprising material.… Continue reading Born Of Fire