This is a narrative to highlight how we somehow miss the element of human engagement in our day to day interactions. In an economy such as India, where 56% of GDP comes from services – missing human engagement seems like a big concern for me.
Hope the new year brings in more awesomeness!
Here’s wishing a very happy and merry Christmas to you!
This Christmas eve, we took the kids to watch Moana the movie. As the story unfolded, I realized how relevant it is to the current times.
As the year whittles down to a close, I’d like to look back towards both the highs and the lows of this year. Hopefully, I can then celebrate more such highs and try not to repeat the mistakes of the past year. Of course, it’d be great to bury all the proverbial hatchets and move on – perhaps this post (or if not this) is just that! Continue reading
For some reason, this song has just stuck in my mind on a loop this morning! I mean, it’s got a catchy rhythm and all.
However, the term party de is such an intrinsic theme between college friends, especially within Maharashtrians, that creating a cultural meme out of this term makes sense.
I remember as a teenager, most of the times when you would achieve something, rather than celebrating that achievement, there would always be the friends and family haranguing you with the same phrase – party de.
I am not a fan of Swapnil Joshi, however, he manages to catch the nerve of the marathi manus pretty accurately. Thankfully, his manus is most of the times celebrating the good times.
मराठी माणूस इथे कुठे आला?
येणार ना. जिथे पण मराठी समुदाय आणि मराठी रीतींबद्दल चर्चा आहे तिथे मराठी माणूस आहे.
This is the topic of another post, though. Something that I strongly feel. Until then, party on!