The blog ran away and left a note. The new address is http://palmleaf.wordpress.com The reason for the move, it seems is that the history blog has a low visitor count […]
There are not many blogs on Indian history and so it gives us great happiness to see yet another software engineer on this low-visitor-count market. Also, this new blog Indian […]
I am traveling for the next three weeks and so suggestions on how to improve the world will be sporadic. Instead there will be picture updates from random locations till […]
The Archaeological Survey of India is doing a great job with the financial constraints they have. But once in a while they do something which makes you want to bang […]
A bunch of folks have started a flickr group called Ruins of India with some amazing pictures. Please take a look and contribute if possible.
I am happy to announce a new blog, The Palm Leaf, devoted to Indian History, hosted here at varnam.org. From now, the regular blog will cover current issues whereas time […]
We are in Vancouver & Victoria, Canada for vacation for a week. Blogging will resume on Monday.
Yanni is on tour again and this time I saw him in San Jose. It was the same as last year, but an amazing performance as usual. If he is […]
Starting next year, Dave Barry will not be writing his weekly columns. He is taking an indefinite leave of absence from Miami Herald. ”I’ve never not had a column in […]
Last night I attended a concert by Shankar, Gingger, Zakir Hussain and Shivamani and it was one of the best music performances I attended (The others being, Amjad Ali Khan, […]