Thursday, April 10, 2014

Thank you Varun ji!

 Yes,its you Varuna Bhagwan :-) thank you so much for your sudden,much much needed visit y'day in Bangalore.

There have been times when people have cribbed about you showering your blessings almost every day for close to 5 months..thee have been times when we would be all ready to go out,but there you will suddenly come out of the blue without any warning with the sun still shining bright. There have been times when we have cribbed about clothes not getting dry, unable to take a walk without an umbrella and have generally found you to be unpredictable..

Probably you wanted to teach us a lesson and bribed your cousin/brother (I'm poor in identifying your relations,ok.) and gave us harsh summers last few years. But this year, the heat was (is) so bad that it just gave jitters to even think of going out. And need not even mention the burns that I suffer around my mouth and the number of lotions that I've tried this time around to moisturize is greater than the sum total of all that I've used in many years..

Ok, let me stop now, for my intention is to offer my heartfelt Thanks to Varun ji..And Please, please let this be a start for this year and keep coming ,ok? if not everyday,atleast every alternate day :)

I wanted to sit in the balcony and keep staring and enjoying the "greenness" of the view this morning.But , thanks to husband's office which had scheduled an early meeting for him, but thankful that because of this reason I woke up early and enjoyed the view,so what if its for a short duration. The picture does no justice to the different  shades of nature's green, but it was too awesome this morning!


  1. Yes, the rain yesterday has added a new beauty to today. :) I was admiring Bangalore, too, this morning. :)

  2. Hi, this is in response to the comment you left in mine, just in case you don't hop over to check it. So, it has no relevance to this post..sorry for spamming.

    Re: Tamil Ramayanam song

    Are you thinking of “Jagam pugazum punyakathai ramanin kathaiye”?
    Otherwise, I can only think of Bhavayami, which is not Tamil, but Sanskrit.
    And there is Arunachala kavirayar’s Ramayana keerthanais. These are a collection of songs that narrate the Ramayanam.

  3. Thank for rains have gone to india now .. we have had a lot of them this year :) ...

    bangalore is a lovely city i have had the pleasure of visiting it twice now ..


  4. Wow. That view is spectacular Ramya! :)