At home, it was the usual routine.
The heat and the humidity induced inactivity and made me plod through the daily chores. The rooftop was a vent, if the temperature was bearable.
The summer of 2015 was very hot!
According to Google Now, the temperature went above 40 degrees on one particular day! During the study leave from the 1st of May, till the 14th, I stayed in my hostel, more or less. Walking from one place to another, inside or outside the campus would always be effective in soaking myself in sweat.
This post is for all those people who might be facing the same problem.
A notice was put up on the bulletin board of our department a few weeks back…
Ilambazar is a town located in Birbhum. One of the most notable features of Ilambazar is the fact that it is located on the banks of the Ajay river, and for my family and me, it is very easy to reach the place, since it is only a few kilometres away from the Aamar Bari campus, our home in Shantiniketan. Continue reading
This was the second majestic experience of the Uttarakhand trip – rising to the heights of Eco Park in Dhanaulti.
[and this post is delayed, very delayed]
Let’s do something. How about movies?
~Sreyan Mullick Chowdhury.
Sreyan talked me into something I was originally uninterested in. Continue reading
The social media (that I’m connected to) started reverberating with a single fact a few days back.
Kolkata will soon become WiFi enabled
This was big news. Some considered it to be a rumour, since for most, it was too good to be true. The need for internet has been escalating in the last few years. Kolkata needed WiFi. And it was served what it needed.
A friend asks me to go to Park Street for the ‘Bloggers’ meet’ on Friday.
When? And where?
Oxford Book Store
I made it certain that I would attend the meet.