Four talks in the Delhi chill on the chilling Mysteries of Nature in Pathways School, Gurgaon, Shiv Nadar School, Noida and Mayoor School, Noida
A charming address by the charming Dr. Shashi Tharoor during the launch,"You must read this book to your children. And if you do not have children, borrow someone's child and read this book to him..." A fable on how the clever coppersmith helped the hornbill, who'd used cement instead of mud to build his nest,... Continue Reading →
"I'm a humanist; I'd rather kill a man than a snake." Can't say I disagree with Edward Abbey. My three back-to-back talks at Ecole Mondiale World School in Mumbai on snakes, books and other such fearful things.
There were 16 species of cats found in our country, our of which Cheetah is extinct now. There are six species of cats found in the small Sajjangarh Sanctuary. And if we talk about 60 years back, even tiger was found here. Out of the 15 species of cats, the presence of 7 in this... Continue Reading →
Authors: Raza H. Tehsin & Arefa Tehsin Sumer… a name that is attached to us like the first roots of a seed that have just tasted earth, like a childhood dream you remember even when reality fades. It is a distant home we want to return to each year of our remaining lives. Every year, when... Continue Reading →