I have never been one to appreciate abstract art, and I still consider it to be more or less a waste of time, paint and energy. But I realized that abstract art is truly abstract when it is spontaneous and that the abstract nature of art lives in everything that is created. It is an … Continue reading Abstract Shoe Rack
I have been trying to be regular at two things I am good at: Art and Writing. I realized I need to be really inspired to write something or paint something. I, until now, was a little hesitant to make more of my work public. If you have Instagram, you can find me as 'Artist 1496 … Continue reading Artist 1496
It is three years too late to post this and it makes not much sense to do so, but I think this is a chapter of my life that needs to be blogged about just because it was a defining moment in my life. You remember that much anticipated, feared and joked about Mayan Doomsday … Continue reading Past Travels: Hullo United Kingdom!
Most have seen the movie I am sure and most of us have been endeared by the beautiful background score and the 'Freedom' as yelled by Sir William Wallace as he defied the tyranny of the King of England. I first heard of the movie on a podcast at Art of Manliness called 'Living the … Continue reading Braveheart
Such brevity and skill, loved it! Reminded me of the magic of being a child!
When you are small
And your eyes are too bright for the world,
You will ask a grown-up
If there is magic,
Really, real magic.
And the grown-up, well meaning but oblivious,
“No, there is no such thing as magic.
Witches and wizards
Faeries and sprites
Unicorns and dragons
All are fictional
And the eyes that shone upon the world
Will become ever so slightly dimmer;
It happens to all of us.
And why shouldn’t you believe the grown-ups?
After all, they are giants who own the earth
And everyone knows
The biggest beast gets to make up the rules.
But small one, you will understand far too soon
That the days grow long
And takes so much energy to see
Even grown-ups were small, once,
And their eyes were too bright for the…
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I got diagnosed with Kienbock's Disease on the 9th of March. I broke the news to my family the very same day in the evening. Surprisingly they handled it well and I asked them to meet the doctor the next day. They agreed. So on the 10th of March, my father and I met the … Continue reading Kienbock’s Disease II
It started with a fall in August 2015. I was in my local Capoeira class where I was hanging from an overhead bar when while trying to grab on to it I slipped. I instinctively pushed out my right hand and landed vertically with my wrist bearing the entire 70 kilograms of my body weight. … Continue reading Kienbock’s Disease