It’s in his philosophical approach that Subramanian shines. For while on the surface the book is a story of a guy trying to prove an astrologer wrong, at its core, Rain is a complex study of the struggle we all face when we try to understand belief within the framework of a highly scientific culture.
When Lindsey Gordon (aka MaximumCityMadam) first approached me about writing for Chalo, the Mumbai Connexions magazine, she suggested current events as the topic, hence the column title, “What’s happening, Mumbai?” This month, I considered writing about the bombing in Boston. I am an American after all, and those events are still fresh in my … Continue reading Closed doors, open windows
Yesterday, Chip and Peanut had the first trial run with their monsoon gear (booties and poncho). The dogs have definitely not adapted to walking in the boots yet, and some serious bribery had to occur to placate them (i.e., enchilada meat). Bhagyashree at PawStation assures me that the dogs will get used to the boots, … Continue reading Monsoon season, doggie style