So at last, it is winter in Delhi. Foggy days without sunlight. It is good time to change you food habits. Take lot of fried stuff, non-veg, and madira I would add. But, you can choose according to your choice, nothing is mandatory but the climate should be the yardstick.
Now that the blogsphere is attracting the kind of attention it should, different niche segments have now emerged to engage the attention of readers. Like the city blogs.An interesting article to read on the subject is by Kendra Locke of the Associated Press. Locke looked behind the bloggers running those "metro" blogs and found that most of them are not full time bloggers. They work for a day job but collaborate to compile events, reflections, recommendations, news and complaints about their city. The blogs are "emerging to put a number of big cities in intimate, street-level relief".The 'metro' bloggers are garnering the attention because they are helping the time strapped denizen 'to get up to speed as to what's hip and what's going on …' in the city. The intention is not be definitive but to trusted on the opinion and voices relayed to the reader. The interesting part is that individual voices are shared offering 'a level of authentic…
Why is everyone healthy these days ? Looks like why am I complaining about a good thing. It may be a good thing but too much of a good thing is not as good as it visible to be.
Is there something about the food we eat that is the source of the problem? Yes, I think. What got me thinking is my own food habits. A decade back I could talk four rotis (breads) and not thinking twice about it but now eating even 2 rotis makes me feel that I am putting on weight. I may add here that my food habits and live style has changed little in this decade but I look more healthy than I did then. May I add here that in the last few years I have been a regular at morning walk.
I feel that this may be due to the hybrid food items we have been taking. I have no scientific data but only a hunch.
But this feeling is very disturbing.
What does one do at midnight other than listening to soulful songs doing soul searching? Listening to ‘Shirt da Button’. I cannot stop wondering about the lyrics. Its kind of funny but one can relate to it. Its nearly there, but something is amiss. The situation is like the feeling of a lonely lover whose love is getting married and moving on, most probably to another city out of his sight. Not funny but I know you will understand.
Delhi makes you like it or hate it. If you say like, something is growing on you, like a song, you would probably get blank looks. Take for example the anti-corruption movement/ stir presently underway in the city. The numbers in which Delhiites turned up in the first phase to support of the movement, in an equal show of apathy are nearly absent in the second phase. Blame the climate, the nature of people who populate the city irrespective of ethnicity, language for food preference, the amiss people are near as reliable are they are actually unreliab…