My riverside cycle is five years old now.

When I opened Facebook today, this photograh popped up to remind me of the age of my cycle. Five years back, I went to decathlon kalamassery to buy the cheapest cycle. There I met some experts and they advised me to go for a slightly expensive one for my budget. I purchased this riverside, and absolutely no regrets. It survived the flood without any rust as the body is aluminium. A constant companion of mine while roaming around in Varapuzha. My special appreciation to the staff of Decathlon Kalamassery for their best support.

Me with David

Unknown beauty…Praise the LORD of all creations..


Every day cannot be the same. Some days are good, and some bad. At least I feel bad, depressed and down on some days. An average Keralite resort to alcohol to get an artificial high on those occasions. The Government of Kerala makes around 50000000 indian rupees from these depressed souls, every day, depressing them further, in turn generating more revenues. When I look around Varapuzha, I do not see any signs of prosperity in any of those alcoholics homes. they are on a downward spiral. I think, as usual I deviated from the main topic.
During one of those low days, I decided to pick up my DSLR,, and walk along the banks of river periyar, and this beauty appeared from somewhere (god sent), and posed for me, resulting in this photograph, which helped me to get out of the low feeling, and hit a high again…