Monthly Archives: March 2011

Celebrating Holi in Bangalore

This past weekend was the celebration of Holi, the festival of colors. While the Hindu mythological origin of the celebration is debatable, the fact that it is a celebration of the end of winter and the coming of spring is … Continue reading

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Some mobile uploads

Okay, I’m officially going Indian with my technology –syncing my simple Nokia phone to my computer via bluetooth so that I can move photos and music around. Man, why aren’t cheap US phones more high-tech? Anyway, Mike and I had … Continue reading

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Fulbright South and Central Asia Conference in Goa, 2011

After spending 7 months in India, Fulbright rounded up all the scholars and researchers in South and Central Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and more!) to share their experiences on the grant. As an added bonus, the … Continue reading

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ICC World Cup- India v. England (the match)

While the getting in was difficult, the actual match was quite fun to watch. As luck would have it, this was an epic game for the world cup. Notes on how the game is played are given at the bottom … Continue reading

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ICC Cricket World Cup- India v. England (getting in)

This past Sunday, my friend Dan and I were spending a leisurely weekend in Bangalore, when we decided it was high-time we tried to go watch a cricket match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. We got super lucky! We were able … Continue reading

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