Tag Archives: Delhi

Mumbai, Delhi and Me

Mumbai to Delhi: it’s been a fascinating journey. I’ve been a pakka Mumbaikar all my life—traveling in the crowded local trains daily from Borivli to Santacruz from the age of ten, munching the mouth watering vada pav at every possible … Continue reading

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Lessons learnt on an Indian train

  The latest train journey to Patna was a huge learning experience for me. I trust this post will be one for you as well. With the sudden death of my uncle I decided to go and be with the … Continue reading

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Merciful doctors extinct ?

  Barh  is a small town 75 kilometers from Patna I remember going there when I was very young and sitting in the clinic of Bade papa (big daddy), my uncle, Dr. S.P.Deokuliar—a very simple man with a big heart. He was a … Continue reading

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Could I do a Satsang?

Last week I experienced something amazing: a satsang. I believe in Jesus and the Bible and I’ve always been active to see the glory of God in the church. The thought of a satsang in my spiritual journey didn’t ever cross my mind. … Continue reading

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Get On That Bus Now

  “If you don’t know where you’re going, you might wind up someplace else.”  — Berra, Yogi I liken this quote to us traveling by a public bus in any city, be it the B.E.S.T buses in Mumbai or the … Continue reading

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The City Paradigm

  What I’ve been hearing again and again over the last few years: If we genuinely want to see change in the nation, we need to see the cities influenced first. Three years ago, I moved to Delhi to help start … Continue reading

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