Since this blog is my little space to connect with my fellow Prithvivasis (residents of mother earth) on an informal ground, I’d like to introduce myself beyond set boxes of ‘About me’. There you go…

I am just another human being like you all, but with a different way to look at things. I like to see and savour subtle things that happen in our lives. I value things which make our life meaningful. Such as human values, good deeds, their expressions and the experiences which make us rich. I am also quite an experimental person. I like to live life by trying and testing myself at different tasks and situations. That is how I know myself better.

I am a lover of letters, words and languages. I am a lover of colours, shades and all the surfaces adorned by them. I am a lover of sound, tune and symphonies they make. I appreciate all the things beautiful and I find beauty in the most common of the things.

My work profile will tell you that I have done my Masters in Sanskrit Literature and that I do research in South Asian Studies aka Oriental Studies aka Indology. I also teach the language Sanskrit to curious people belonging to various age groups and professions.

So, that’s me! Come, let me show you things that are subtle, but special!




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      1. Thanks mana! Sorry I didn’t follow with your question.
        It’s great that you’ve recently joined blogging platform. Even my blog is barely a year old. but I’m enjoying!


      2. It’s pretty simple. you add tag of any subject you like to your reader.Lets say Photography, then all posts from different Bloggers will appear on your reader. try it!
        The other way is you can click profile through comment on someone else’s blog post – comment section. I would have done latter! 🙂

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    1. And your WordPress avatar reminds me of that shloka ॐ पूर्णमदः पूर्णमिदं पूर्णात्पुर्णमुदच्यते
      पूर्णश्य पूर्णमादाय पूर्णमेवावशिष्यते ॥
      ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥ Because zero is the symbol of Purna i.e. completeness.

      Om, That is complete, This is complete, From the completeness comes the completeness. If completeness is taken away from completeness, Only completeness remains. Om, Peace peace peace.

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  1. Just a few minutes back, I reviewed blogs of all those who are following my blog and when I came across yours, I clicked on the ‘Follow’ button immediately. It is AMAZING. I am passionate about languages, words, scripts and lettering. And the posts on your blog are mind blowing. I know ancient scripts such as Brahmi, Old Devanagari etc and research on manuscripts. So, you can understand what these embellished handwritten lettering means to me. You may have a look at my amateur devanagari calligraphy page here http://www.facebook.com/vaganurag


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