“Iss desh mein angrezi zaban nahin hain, class hai” TRANSLATION – “In this country English is not a language but a class”. It’s amazing how much this holds true in our society, especially with the new National Education Policy coming out last month. It’s a classic struggle of Hindi speaking parents and English speaking parents. We also discuss the importance of knowing local languages in your own country.
We love walking and that’s the best way explore ANY city – the people, architecture, open spaces, culture, history, you can feel every pulse of the city. We would clock anywhere between 9 to 14 kms every single day, only walking.
VISA Six hours, an agonizing wait at the visa office to process the Schengen visa. Our first Europe trip as … More
The modern day dads are the good guys who are resolutely involved in their child(ren)’s upbringing, ensuring that they not only balance theirwork and life, but also share equal responsibilities with the wife on the home front. These guys are aware that if it takes two to make, then it must take two to raise.
Our daughter started babbling when she was closing in on six months and her first coherent word was DADA and all of us were swift to derive its meaning. And the Indian parents that we are, we went “What a smart kid! By the age of ONE she will be reciting the String Theory at the back of her hand”… Little did we realise that the back of her hand was always in her mouth.