Author Archives: SK Srinivas

About SK Srinivas

Young at heart (and elsewhere), generally grumpy (but humorous), chronically worried about the state of Bangalore city (and my hairline), single (and definitely not loving it), dynamic and smart (or so I tell myself), a hit with the ladies (they'd like to hit me), nature enthusiast and bird-lover, man about town, with an opinion on everything and everyone.

A wonderful bird is the pelican …

The spot-billed pelican is an endangered species, found only in the Indian sub-continent. Continue reading

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Hail to you, Muse of Poetry …

Book review: Selected poems of Subramania Bharati, translated by Usha Rajagopalan. Continue reading

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Tea without sympathy – An Era of Darkness.

The brutal reality of the British Raj in India. Continue reading

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This man is different. He has guts.

It’s good for the economy. No, no, it’s bad. GDP will increase. No, no, people will starve. It will flush out black money. No, no, it won’t. Real estate will come down. No it won’t. Yes it will. No it … Continue reading

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The silent renaissance of Samskritam

Who says Samskritam is a dead language? Far from it. The usage of Samskrit declined dramatically after the British annexed India. Historically, we blame the British for the near-demise of Samskrit and that blame is well deserved. The Mughals, in … Continue reading

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