Back in Pune

Being lost is worth the coming home, as Neil Diamond observed in his song “Stones” many many years ago. Traveling to Delhi and Patna was worth the leaving behind of those places, I feel. Now I am back in Pune, the weather is awesome, and I am fully charged up with all sorts of interesting tales to tell. Well, if not to tell, at least to contemplate at leisure since for the past ten days I have been extremely busy. For every hour of observing I do, it takes me many hours of reflection to fully understand what I need to learn. This is not just a thinly-veiled attempt at justifying why I have not been blogging, mind you. I am sure that if you are a regular, you too are grateful for the break.

View from my room in Magarpatta So now the weather. Pune must be centrally airconditioned. At 5 pm, it is about 25 degrees Celcius — there is a gentle breeze blowing under an overcast sky. Here’s the view from out the window (11th floor).

Will be back with a real post real soon.



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4 replies

  1. Here, in Calcutta, it feels like a sauna!
    And the break was too long though I am yet to catch up with some of the previous posts…

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  2. Funny coincidence, but your stops remind me of the song “Bambai se gayi Poona, Poona se gayi Delhi, Delhi se gayi Patna…” (Hum hai rahi pyaar ke)

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  3. How about catching up sometime? I am very much in pune. Will send you contact # through email 🙂

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