ABOUT Kaveeta Oberoi Kaul

Kaveeta Oberoi Kaul

Kaveeta Oberoi Kaul

The author of this blog has never felt as confounded, non-plussed, flummoxed , than now, on seeing this blank page with a single word ‘About’ staring back from the title box, despite having passionately written over two hundred posts in Sachiniti. How does it matter really if, that which it is ‘about’ is left ambiguous, indistinct, unperceived, inexplicit! After all, a name is as if, written on water, to be eventually washed away, leaving no trace of having existed.

If you do not breathe through writing, if you do not cry out in writing, or sing in writing, then don’t write, because our culture has no use for it.

So read on.. enjoy that which resonates with your experience, ignore that which leaves you unmoved, cherish that which makes you think.

For, after all,  life is only an answer to that which the mind has queried!

The image of the fish and bowls can conjure up a myriad meanings to as many minds. To me it interpreted as :

Fearlessness – in pursuance of one’s chosen path.

“Sachiniti” means ‘veracious principles’. It’s also a combination of the names of my children.

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Kaveeta Oberoi Kaul topped Mumbai University, with a First Class First Honours and graduated in World History, Political Science, Constitution of England and India.

Subsequently, she dipped into Advertising and Marketing from  St. Xaviers,  Montessori Teachers  training, and Yoga teachers training.

   She is trained in Kathak style of Indian dance and light classical vocals.

Kaveeta, lives in Mumbai  has produced films and  serials for Sony, Zee besides having acted and scripted as well.

In addition, she has studied Numerology, Feng Shui, Aroma Therapy, Tarot card reading, Reiki.

After having practised the Vippassana technique of meditation for about 12 years, she found herself being inextricably drawn to Paramhansa Yogananda.  

She is the Producer of  THE ANSWER, the first feature film depicting Paramhansa Yogananda and also the first in the genre of a Guru Disciple relationship, a true story, written as a first hand account by Swami Kriyananda, one of the foremost direct disciples of  Paramhansa. The Answer bears the distinction of having earned 48 laurels worldwide at International Film Festivals, with 17 Winner Awards.



  1. Hello there,

    This comment is rather out of place, but here’s where it seems to fit best.

    I won’t belabor the point of me liking your style of writing; if it isn’t too much of a hitch, I’d really like it if you could muster some advice on it. I don’t know if I’ll ever get to write the last word of my first book, but for the immediate objective, I need to do well in Analytical Writing Assessment section of the GRE–it shouldn’t be long before the scorers see the pointless absurdity of my writing.

    I’m on Yahoo! messenger as “endorphis”; alternatively, you could send me a few links you deem appropriate, or send me whatever the hell you like. Also, you could simply ignore the plea, and delete this “comment”?


    Comment by lochan — September 11, 2006 @ 10:48 pm | Reply

  2. Hi Kaveeta,

    Invigorating articles! Thought provoking write-ups! Mindblowing style of expression! Candid reviews! Most relevant topics of discussion! Indeed I am glad to see someone as refreshing as you. Kudos:) Am taking some relevant posts from yr blogspot to circulate and harness better thought and time utilization for a few mindful netizens across my orkut community.

    Thx and with warm Regards,

    Comment by Ranganath Raghavan — October 30, 2006 @ 7:52 pm | Reply

  3. Hi Lochan,

    You are inaccesible..I tried.

    Hi Ranganath,

    Thanks a ton for your kind encouraged:)

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — October 31, 2006 @ 1:45 pm | Reply

  4. Hi Kaveeta, Wer r u based at the moment ? can we catch up sometime! my mail id is accesible.

    Comment by Ranganath — January 16, 2007 @ 12:46 am | Reply

  5. Sure..Get in touch when you are in Mumbai Ranganath.

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — January 22, 2007 @ 4:36 pm | Reply

  6. Hey Kaveeta!
    I am a regular at Sachiniti and identify with it in ways more than one…! 🙂

    I have a health related question & hope u’ll b able to address it with all ur ayurveda, yoga, et al knowledge…. 🙂

    My body is warmer than others’. My eyes burn & water and soles & palms are tired most of the day! What are the dos & donts for reducin body-heat? The foods, drinks, eneral dos, etc?

    Comment by Me here — January 27, 2007 @ 4:59 am | Reply

  7. Hi Me Here,

    Ummm.Am not an ayurveda know -all. But can give you a few tips.
    *First thing in the morning, have a glass of water with lime…followed by a glass of’lauki'( gourd) juice, to which you can add ground roasted ‘jeera’ or cummin seeds. It has a cooling tendency. You will feel its benefits in a week or so.

    *Avoid meat and eggs for a while, as well as garlic. Concentrate on freshly cooked, easily assimilated vegeatbles and fruits. Avoid breads, and flour products.

    *Increase your intake of water to atleast 8 glasses a day.

    * Pranayamas, or breathing exercises, especially ‘Kapal bhatti’ and ‘anulom vilom’ will be extremely beneficial. If you can get hold of Baba Ramdevs cd’s, it will help in explaining the procedure.

    *Try and read up some books on acupressure, then pressure points of the soles and hands, five minutes a day if methodically worked on, create balance of the ‘doshas’ in the body. You will find that certain points in your hand pain on pressing, around the centre of hand probably. Press and release to the count of ten.

    * Eye drops made of rose water and honey, or ‘Cineraria maritima succus’, a homeopathic concoction, is efficacious for cooling eyes.

    *Wheat grass juice, or chewing on the grass is ofcourse the panacea for all ills.

    Hope it will be of help..All the Best!

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — January 27, 2007 @ 10:35 am | Reply

  8. Hey Kaveeta,
    aam extremely sorry that I cudn’t return here to read & thank you… I hope you’ll excuse me for that. So sorry! & why no posts of late? Please write something, if you can, on the absolutely adorable Aishwarya Rai! 🙂

    Comment by Me here — February 13, 2007 @ 11:09 am | Reply

  9. Hi Me Here,

    I notice that like me, you belong to the miniscule class of those who are in favour of Ms. Rai. You only have to read my ‘Guru’ Review to see how hard I have to battle for proving her talent. few seem to agree on her histrionics.

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — February 14, 2007 @ 11:36 am | Reply

  10. Oh yeah… may be! But then I admire her personality on the whole.

    The facts that she was an ‘A’ student despite being distractingly gorgeous, she is humble enough to attribute all her success to God’s blessings, her answers are smart even to silly questions, her stance on sensitive & unpleasant issues is almost always positive, she carries herself in society & reacts to uneasy situations in a dignified manner, etc just keep me enthralled! 🙂

    This damsel unlike others of her genre has not “wasted” her gifts with an incorrect attitude. Hats off to her! A lady of her kind is made only once in a century, methinks…. 🙂

    Comment by Me here — February 15, 2007 @ 7:49 am | Reply

  11. aishwarya rai

    Come And See Me My Dear….

    Trackback by aishwarya rai — March 13, 2007 @ 11:17 pm | Reply

  12. Hi, my warmest regards for keeping such a wonerful blog. Would be great if could submit your post to Carnival of Bollywood. Looking forward to your post.
    to learn about the carnival and submit pls follow the link:


    Comment by bikas — March 18, 2007 @ 4:15 pm | Reply

  13. aishwarya rai abhishek

    I Googled for something completely different, but found your page…and have to say thanks. nice read.

    Trackback by aishwarya rai abhishek — March 20, 2007 @ 9:19 am | Reply

  14. Hi!
    I am in a loving, happy relationship but now that time has come to take our relationship forward towards marriage my boyfriend does not seem ready and seems to be getting cold feet. is there anything i can do to ease his mind and give him the confidence to take the next step.

    Comment by anonymous — April 9, 2007 @ 1:05 pm | Reply

  15. Hi anonymous,

    Taking your relationship forward into marriage should ideally be a decision taken by both in all seriousness. As you realise, its not just about getting married but sustaining it, nurturing and guarding it along a path not often strewn with roses. Therefore if one of the partners has been coaxed/cajoled into marriage, resentment is bound to create upheavals.

    Talk it over with him..your concerns, his concerns, your understanding of the institution of marriage. Communication is key here. To be able to gage the reasons for his ‘cold feet’ a friendly, no-hassle air between the two of you will help.

    In the absence of details to do with age, career etc, all one can say is that you have to be guided by instinct and intuition to know whether he is leading you up the garden path with no commitment in mind..or is it just a matter of being nervy. Tread carefully. We invest a lot of ourselves in relationships sometimes unmindful of the other’s intentions. Don’t allow yourself to be taken for a ride.

    If you like you can place a red lamp and some roses in the South West of your living room.

    All the best and God Bless!

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — April 10, 2007 @ 6:28 pm | Reply

  16. Hi,
    I found your “Child Bear” picture hilarious,Vinit M (who I work with) introduced me to your blog.
    I am hooked,very interesting…


    Comment by Srikant — May 6, 2007 @ 7:02 am | Reply

  17. Hi Srikant,


    And Thanks!!

    Vinit M has great choice!and you know that..Apart from my look at his wife n you know what I mean.. 😉 kidding..

    He’s a great guy n if you are his friend.. then you are mine too.

    Looking forward to hearing from you often..

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — May 7, 2007 @ 12:48 pm | Reply

  18. Hey Kaveetaa,

    Good good! M over whelmed! I practically did’nt knew of such a brainy, intelligent and rather thought provoking sensible blog. I must say, I have found a treasure house here. I love reading and this is exactly what I wanted, talking, thinking, sensing, reading and seeping knowledge of crude reality. Thanks a ton!!! keep up the good work, and I assure you from this very moment m a dedicated reader of this site.


    Comment by Jansi — June 24, 2007 @ 10:36 am | Reply

  19. Hey Jansi,

    Your words are like a cool oasis in the rather arid desert like life of a lonely blogger, where praise is often times rarer than quenching raindrops on parched land! Tsk.. tsk..Over the top?

    Seriously, truly truly appreciated! Am.. er..mmm…blush..lowered eyes..aww.. so humbled! Do drop in!



    Comment by kaveetaakaul — June 24, 2007 @ 2:10 pm | Reply

  20. Dear Kaveeta,

    Read your blog and found it to be profound and though provoking. I was wondering if you could write something for our blog also. You can find our blog at: You can visit our website at to know more about us.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Comment by Areeb Khan — September 11, 2007 @ 1:14 am | Reply

  21. Areeb..have responded.Received mailer daemon at the email id quoted in your blog.



    Comment by kaveetaakaul — September 16, 2007 @ 12:33 pm | Reply

  22. Hi

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    Comment by Devang Vibhakar — September 22, 2007 @ 9:34 am | Reply

  23. Dear Ms Kaul,

    I am grateful for your support to the petition.

    Teachers are under pressure since Guru Dronacharya’s time.

    Indian middle class though timid has potential to bring India out of morass.


    Comment by Dayashankar Joshi — October 28, 2007 @ 7:14 pm | Reply

  24. Request every one visiting this page to read “Begin removing bribes from Indian Education” at or at

    It is to make Indian Education healthy experience for future generations of Indian.

    Comment by Dayashankar Joshi — October 29, 2007 @ 2:16 pm | Reply

  25. Hi Kaveeta,

    Accidently came across your blog. Enjoyed reading your stories & comments on various subjects. Was trying to track some cousins in the Film Industry & lo and behold..Walks in Kaveeta Kaul. Your blog is marked in my Favs. & plan to follw it regularly.

    Been away from India for over 45 years..but you can’t take India out of me. By the way I knew Amitabh Bachchan very well in Calcutta..Who would have thought that this guy will be the king of bollywood one day.. I am happy for him..Haven’t seen him for 45 years..They forget when they reach the top..I understand it..Enough for today…You are not related to Pawan Kaul by any chance…

    Comment by Vijay Kaul — November 1, 2007 @ 3:20 am | Reply

  26. I really liked the article on Aamir and Faisal.I can understand why judge passed the verdict of giving custody to Tahir,i hope father lives upto being one and takes care of his ill son.One feels sad for aamir who wanted to do well . I just hope media doent go after him,trying to settle scores for his being unfriendly to them.
    Don’t know if you came across this article of Government in Chand Africa having arrested 9 french women who as per them were being smuggled out to Europe. As per women they clainm that they were rescued/migrated from the trouble spot of dafur. they claim all they wanted to do was get them attched to europen families who could take care of them. if one looks at the pics of these girls, one is forced to believe their story.
    I am narrating this story to you to just point out that there have been number of cases where good intentions of individuals have ended up paining them.offcourse i am assuming the story told by frech giorls to be true.

    I came acoss your site following aamirs story,but then few of ur other articles.this site sure will be part of my fav,
    cheers and keep writing.

    Comment by Ashu Kaul — November 1, 2007 @ 6:24 am | Reply

  27. french girls have been accused of smuggling out over 100 children. missed that point in the story,

    Comment by Ashu Kaul — November 1, 2007 @ 6:26 am | Reply

  28. Hi cousin Vijay,

    Welcome and Glad you approve of my blog. I try.

    Ab is known to have an elephantine memory..who knows he may well recall your days together.

    Good to know India is yet deeply etched within. Am I related to Mr. Kaul? Yes..I am 🙂

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — November 1, 2007 @ 11:17 pm | Reply

  29. Hi Ashu,

    Welcome and thanks for your kind words.

    Sorry to read about the deplorable act involving the girls. I guess we have to simply do our bit with sincerity and dedicatedly. There is a plan in store for each one of us. We have to believe in it without worrying on whether or not we will reap the fruits . Aamir has done his best..its amply clear. In a world where siblings often disown conveniently, he has chosen instead to stand by his brother. Truth will prevail. As our sages say ‘ Satyamev jayate’.

    Cheers 🙂

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — November 1, 2007 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

  30. Another little indian boy who probably did the choking game

    Comment by Anne Guedes — February 4, 2008 @ 9:50 pm | Reply

  31. This doesnt seem like a case of someone who was playing the choking game. either he was miming a ‘hanging act he might have seen at the movies or on television or then actually desired death…which is truly sad.

    Comment by kaveetaakaul — February 5, 2008 @ 2:00 pm | Reply

  32. i am a o. p. n. fan pl. give me a web site i can listen all songs for free in u. s. a. i will really apreciate thanks in advance. opn was a JQAADUGAR ! a superhuman! my email

    Comment by jag — March 7, 2008 @ 1:01 am | Reply

  33. I live in USA. Reno Nv 89523 I am o.p. fan. He was JADUGAR! a SUPERHUMAN! for musicworld! Can someone give me a website I can listen ALL o.p. songs for free.!thanks in advance.!

    Comment by jag — March 7, 2008 @ 1:38 am | Reply

  34. Wow!!!You are gorgeous and your sites matter is mind blowing!!

    Comment by brian — March 13, 2008 @ 10:15 am | Reply

  35. Kaveetaa,

    You have got a good collection of topics on your blog. The topics are not only diverse but many of them are having good content. Admire your effort in putting all this together.



    Comment by Rajeev — April 3, 2008 @ 7:02 am | Reply

  36. Thanks means much 🙂

    Thanks Brian..*blush blush*

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — April 21, 2008 @ 12:19 pm | Reply

  37. A fellow lover of OPN’s music……..I still have to explore all the songs he made. Perhaps we can meet some day and compare notes. In the meantime, happy writing and enjoy music – there is very little in life that can supplant music as a source of pleasure, inspiration, satisfaction and happiness……..

    Comment by Dilip Coulagi — June 9, 2008 @ 11:15 pm | Reply

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    Comment by Ric gems & minerals co — July 18, 2008 @ 12:33 am | Reply

  39. Hello Kaveeta, You have an amazing blog. Its funny, its insightful, its honest and it really is very engaging. I found it searching for the keyword “Shiva Lingam”. I had to understand it as I stood in a temple near Chicago, pouring water over it… Ironically, coincidently, or whatever relevant word you may want to put here – I am a transformed yogi. I learn’t yoga as a child, but then left it behind in India and now rediscovered it through the yoga of BKS Iyengar. My holistic transformation started in Mumbai and Pune. What kind of yoga do you practice. I write a blog as well… on my transformation with yoga – Keep up this great writing… I will be a regular I know.


    Comment by The Yogi — August 26, 2008 @ 3:09 am | Reply

  40. Thanks are such an agreeable person..This moniker is bestowed on the special few who agree with me :)Kidding…actually you made my day. has a way of finding you even if you ignore it. I guess it has to do with genetic coding..from previous births. I have done my teachers training from the Yoga Institute at Santacruz which was rather holistic in its syllabus. Patanjalis sutras were taught discussed and analysed which to me has been the reason i so treasure my yoga learning days.. it took us beyond the realm of the physical or rather co related the mind with the body which in effect is what yoga is.. the union between the mental and physical or Nature and man or Man and God however you wish to look at it.

    BKS Iyengar is quite an institution by himself..we will compare notes..and a warm welcome:)

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — August 26, 2008 @ 8:42 am | Reply

  41. I think the genetic coding of yoga expands out into the shared memory space (computer terminology)- us yogis are connected. What a coincidence… I love Santa Cruz – the market, the food, the juices, the chaos….It has a connection to my rediscovery of yoga. I am still learning about the Sutras. I am reading Mr. Iyengar’s interpretation on it. I read his “Light on Life” book as if it was a bible….he is so good in taking the Sutras and applying universal meanining and understanding to it. I have been to his institute in Pune three times now. My biggest lesson has been the practice of detachment and it has calmed me down a few notches, though with any “ying” there is a “yang”. With the calmness I have had to face tremendous destruction. I wondered how someone could face a train wreck or an earthquake calmly. Now I know…. I look forward to more interactions. Thanks for the warm welcome.

    Comment by The Yogi — August 26, 2008 @ 10:02 am | Reply

  42. hi dear i hop eu would be able to help me find a way out but hey i am teling u again that i dont know and i am even skeptical if u can do this but i have a gut feeling u will somehow forward my mail or make it possible that my mail be read by amitabh bachchan .i am mailing the mail to u please help me ,my email i, and in both ways that is if u can help me and even if u cant mail me so that i dont feel ditched again.with lots of hope on u shumaila from germany

    dear amit ji,

    i am mailing at this address with extreme hope that my mail would be properly answered and with due respect that my querry and my worries will be dealt with in the best possible way.i am a resident of germany and we were xtremely thrilled that u are coming to germany with ur unforgettable tour in konig pilsener arena oberhausen .but sir i am really sorry to see that we had always looked upto u as a man of WORDS AND A MAN WHO WOULD DO ANYTHING TO FULFILL HIS PROMISE BUT NOT LET HIS FANS DOWN. u really made this experience of reaching the arena uninformed aboutr the cancelling of the show even after buying 12 tickets @125euros if u feel responsible enuf towards ur fans can u please tell me what will happen now, will u ever be doing a show in this years time as the website says (where we booked our tickets)and if so nearabout what tzime would it be and how will we be informed about it. or is our MONEY GONE

    hope to receive a speedy reply from u .

    Comment by shumaila — September 5, 2008 @ 3:17 am | Reply

  43. Shumaila..thanks for reposing your faith in me.

    The best and quickest way to send a message Mr. Bachchan would be to write on his latest post on his blog. I believe he does read all the comments and he would surely sense the desperation of your note.

    His blog link:

    let me know how it goes..All the best!


    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — September 5, 2008 @ 9:02 am | Reply

  44. Dear Kavita

    I am speechless. Your blog on ‘Karva chauth’ just touched my soul. What a vivid description of what actually happens in our home on this day year after year. Looks like time has stood still. My mother and now my wife Rita follows exactly what you just wrote so simply and yet so admirably.
    I feel like going over and over again your blog with tears in my eyes.

    God bless you and do keep writing as it realy comes straight from the heart.


    Comment by Rajesh Verma — October 16, 2008 @ 7:28 pm | Reply

  45. Dear Rajesh,

    At the time of writing this blog I was so overwhelmed by the loss of my mother that the need to purge it out overpowered me or else I thought Id collapse under the emotion. I can only thank you from the bottom of my heart that you sensed the pangs and it resonated with you. Its strange isnt it how words which are but embodiments of energy find reciprocity in complete strangers. Only goes to prove that underneath it all we are but the same , bound by a single thread of understanding and empathy.

    May God bless you and yours with peace, abundance and joy.

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — October 18, 2008 @ 5:49 pm | Reply

  46. Hello,
    I am an avid fan of Opee sehab, never tried serching net for any of his fan clubs. Today this 31st of jan 2009 i chanced upon this site and may i say u have done a yeoman’s service to all the fans of OP Nayyar. Thatz my tribute to yr efforts. Hope u keep providing more of it. Take care

    Comment by Vijay — January 31, 2009 @ 1:24 pm | Reply

  47. You have a great blog here and a very popular one too!

    You have a beautiful nose! When you have time read my musings on the female nose.

    Am subscribing to your feeds of course.

    P.S.: If you ever need WordPress blogging help, One Cool Site ; it’s run by my friend and a good woman based in Canada.

    Comment by Vikas Gupta — February 20, 2009 @ 2:08 pm | Reply

    • Oh Thanks Vikas..umm.. you do have a nose for noses now dontcha? read up your blog . Quite agree. Meryl Streep is something. Its uncanny really that I have selected this very snap of Meryls for my avatar on Naachgaana. So we agree all around. that is a good beginning.
      I had enabled moderation for two or more hyperlinks. Have bookmarked your friends site. Will drop in from time to time to pick up a tip or two. Welcome to my blog 🙂

      Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — February 21, 2009 @ 10:58 am | Reply

  48. Hey, you have a lot of spam above. You may delete these comments and activate the option to send comments for moderation if it has more than 2 hyperlinks.

    You may disable snapshot here; it is slightly irritating.

    Comment by Vikas Gupta — February 20, 2009 @ 2:10 pm | Reply

  49. Vikas I hadnt accessed the hotmail for some time. Read through the notification of your comment on You are kind..and terribly sweet:)Nice to now you were able to understand me quite a bit. You do have a nose for lot more than mere noses. Or is this tell tale of your sensitivity in general? Likely. Thanks a bunch..once again.

    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — February 23, 2009 @ 5:49 pm | Reply

  50. hi,

    just saw ur comments about about the pertiotic poem on Yes Lady, the man is still alive, still rocking, still roaring. I just met him 4 days back. He is getting younger with every pain of mother India.



    Comment by saurabh — April 9, 2009 @ 4:23 pm | Reply

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  52. Dear Kaveetaji Namste
    Kaveetaji do you reply all queries on this website only or in each emails. Because i have not yet got replies of my previous questions. Kindly reply even if you are unable to guide me so that i can know ..Thanks

    Comment by Trust57 — August 20, 2009 @ 10:38 pm | Reply

  53. liked your article very much. keep up the good work.

    Comment by vikram — September 11, 2009 @ 1:06 pm | Reply

  54. Dear Kveetaaji
    Kaveetaji I want to know the minimum use of fengshui tips to bring happiness, prosperity,goodhealth in Family.How can Fengshui be applied to get success for all Corners in Bagua. Kindly suggest any fengshui tips for such topics.Thanks in Advance

    Comment by Farida — September 15, 2009 @ 3:00 pm | Reply

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    Let us work on a long term association.
    Expecting your reply in this regard,

    Ramalingam K. MBA, CFP,
    Holistic Investment Planners Pvt Ltd,
    Chennai-18, India

    Comment by K.Ramalingam — April 12, 2011 @ 11:20 am | Reply

  56. Hi Kaveeta ji.
    hope all well at u r side. do hope u recall me.

    Mahesh mishra

    Comment by mahesh mishra — November 13, 2011 @ 10:51 pm | Reply

  57. Of course.. Mahesh ji. I have’nt forgotten. Good to see you on my blog. How are you?.. presumably back on the land.


    Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — November 14, 2011 @ 9:24 am | Reply

  58. Hi…..Kaveetha! Me impressed by your academic achievements. Methink… you are delivered on the planet of ours to share the best of yours with we all;who are on journey here. May the power of your PEN get recognitions by The International Community beyond your imagination;so that we all who know and love you, may take pride in your Success and Smiles.

    Comment by MAHATMA AIYER — December 14, 2011 @ 1:38 pm | Reply

    • Thank you for your kind words Aiyer ji. I doubt if I am deserved of it but am certainly smiling from ear to ear.:)

      Comment by Kaveetaa Kaul — December 16, 2011 @ 11:46 am | Reply

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