” It just happens to be the way I’m made. I have to write things down to feel I fully comprehend them”
~ Haruki Murakami
A qalam (in urdu) is an instrument used for writing.
I use the ink in my qalam very often, (a natural fallout of my wanderlust) and the musings I mail out, I am often told is like hearing me speak. In other words, my qalam speaks…
Until a few months ago, I had a design venture which was fueled by my love for ‘handmade’ and ‘handcrafted’ and it left a stronger aftertaste for it. This blog was started then (in another form) to celebrate ‘all things art’.
I am currently spending my time writing, practicing Iyengar Yoga and like always, obsessing over color, creation and craft! I live mostly in two cities, Bombay and Singapore (I’ve grown up in Bombay, and a part of me stays there, at least in my mind, no matter where I actually live!) and travel to any place where my yoga workshops take me.
Helping me make sense of technology, giving a form to the substance, making a blog of my musings is my dear friend and blogger Snigdha Jain.