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Hamara Bajaj, Chal Meri Luna - The 80's Child

Till the 70s, the common Indian’s mode of transport was bicycle. Four wheelers were exclusive to the rich and even motorbikes were not affordable for the middle class. In 1972, a Pune based company launched…
80's Child A2ZArticles

Gillu, Gaura and Other Stories - The 80's Child

‘Gillu’ is the name of a very popular Hindi story written by noted Hindi writer Mahadevi Verma. Gillu was a part of our school’s Hindi curriculum. NCERT books have this story even now. I was…
80's Child A2ZArticles

Fursat Ke Raat Din- Free Time - The 80's Child

Do you remember how you spent your free time as a child? When I was growing up there was no internet, computer or smart phones. The television was limited in content. There was just one…

Travel Tales

Travel Tales

W-Women and Travel

Women Only Travel, Wanderlust, Solo Traveller, these are some of the terms we often hear for female travellers going it alone or in groups with other women. There is something very liberating about being on…
Travel Tales

L - Lachen, A Small Village in North Sikkim

“Great things are done when men and mountains meet; This is not done by jostling in the street.” -William Blake When life overwhelms, routines suffocate, air is too balmy, streets too crowded or mind too…
Travel Tales

Reflection Post

A mommy to two kids, I shifted back to India from UAE recently. Life took a turn, as it does most unexpectedly. Earlier, the action-packed workdays, busy evenings, school calendars, grocery shopping, outings and chores…
Travel Tales

Dastaan-e-Dubai

Welcome to Day 4 of #BlogchatterA2Z Blogging Challenge. Today I’m opening the pages of my Dubai diaries and memories. I lived in Dubai for eight years, longest in any city and Dubai still feels like…

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Hi, I am Anjali.

Welcome to my little corner on the big wide web. What can you read here? Poetry, Travel Stories, Quirky Tales, Articles and more. Writing is my way of reaching out to the universe. The written word, an introvert's window to the world.