Sep 27, 2012

Letter to KParthasarathi




20 comments:

Tomz said...

I knew a friend, who could have predicted the character of a person by just analysing the hand writing..Guess I should forward it to her..

NRIGirl said...

That should be fun! Let me know if you do...

adithyasaravana said...

It rained here too..
I pulled Meena to sit in the balcony for sometime in the drizzle past our sleeping time
And rain brings remembrances..
All good and bad
A heartfelt letter.. I don't remember when I wrote last..
Except maybe worksheets for my son..
Even Tamil I just type..

Renu said...

Liking your job is very important, and many people may envy you for going to NY everyday:)

Ramya said...

Writing letter to someone deeply means that you would love to share the very moment of life with that person and also the moment is so much worth seizing it!!!

Beautiful keep writing!!!

eye in the sky said...

I've gotten used to typing that writing with a pen and a paper feels "alien" which is too bad because people tell me I have one of the best penmanships around. They'd tell me everytime.

But when i travel, I scribble details on a notebook and whenever I read them, they seem like someone else's. :)

Mom with a Dot said...

I would love to know how to make kuthu paratha! I'm sure my kids would like it too :)

gigihawaii said...

Well, I must say that your handwriting looks better than mine. Kudos to you for cooking lunch for your kids. I love Indian food and hope to have good culinary experiences in northern India in November. Can't wait!

....Petty Witter said...

Nothing like a hand written letter to make e feel special, thanks for sharing this.

Irfanuddin said...

wow....i love receiving hand written letters but these days hardly i get one...thanks to these ever developing technology.....:(

"written letters-endangered species"

KParthasarathi said...

I feel honoured by your posting this letter in your blog though I wondered why.But I am aware of your penchant to be different and propensity to surprise.I deem this as a measure of your regard and affection for the old man.

Pens except in schools and colleges have gone out of vogue.I rarely use my prized possesions except for signing cheques.Your handwriting,a typical woman's writing, is steady,legible and cursive despite writing on a moving vehicle.
Thank you once again.

Kavita Saharia said...

Lovely gesture! I miss receiving hand written letters and very often read old letters written by my parents,friends and my boy friend(now my husband).
Thanks for being my friend Queen. I am not ready for a comeback to blogger as yet but you will see me here often.Have a great week ahead.Hugs.

R. Ramesh said...

how nice it feels to c handwritten letter..real feel-good post ya..nanri

Rachna said...

Agree with Ramesh. How wonderful to be surprised with a handwritten letter, KP Sir.

Bikramjit said...

I like that.. so when are you going ot write to me then ..

you remember we started that thing some time back to write to each other, maybe we should start it again :)

Bikram's

anilkurup said...

The lost Art of letter writing. Now for years it has been the finger tips that move in frenzy.
Sweet piece of writing you put.
The last time I wrote a letter perhaps were during the romancing days with my wife ,- the few months before our marriage.
The soul and life is lost when the message is not hand written. Old timer me , I suppose!

Jerly said...

from ur writing it seems u a are creative, moody? the best advantage of blog is I don't have to have a bad writing :)

R. Ramesh said...

eppadi irrukingo my dear friend!!

Haddock said...

Indian food for lunch is any time better :-)

....Petty Witter said...

Stopping by to wish you a great weekend. I'm so glad you agree with about about socks. x

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