Hello from Bengaluru…

Dear Tantu Enthusiast,

This is my first post from Bengaluru. We had hardly two weeks left when Venu’s internal job transfer to Bengaluru location got confirmed. Then I wrote to you that I would be missing you guys for sometimes…

When we moved to Pune from Bengaluru, we were excited about the new place. What lovely 23 months we had lived in Pune! When we decided to go to Pune, we knew we would be going back to Bengaluru again and we were sure we would miss Pune then. But, there was no time to think anything until we vacated our rented house in Pune. And we are missing Pune like hell thereafter… Whatever I am doing here in Bengaluru, either setting home or watching though the windows, I cherish the memories of Pune… Wherever I am, I would always remember that it was Pune where I started blogging and met awesome friends like you in this blogosphere… Pune will always be in our hearts…

Leaving this beautiful sunrise view for you dear friend humming this Gulzar’s poem sung by Kishore Kumar…

आनेवाला पल,जानेवाला है

हो सके तो इस में जिन्दगी बिता दो

पल जो ये जानेवाला है…

(this moment that is about to come
is about to flit away
live your life if you can in this fleeting moment)

An Unforgettable Memorable Sunrise near Belagavi

Sunrise witnessed near Belagavi, Karnataka

Thanks a ton to Nitin Kumar ji for this English translation of ‘Aanewala pal’ and you may enjoy reading the full English translation of Aanewala Pal in his blog.

Let me sign off now… New post on hair care coming soon!

Take care! Bye until the next post!



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About Sindhu

A nature lover, dreamer, artist, fashion designer and blogger. Passionate about arts. Persued B.Sc Fashion Designing at Karavali College, Mangalore with first rank in the Mangalore University (2003-2006). Former lecturer at Gloria College of Fashion Design, Puttur. (2006-2011). Arts and fashion blogger (2013 onwards).
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14 Responses to Hello from Bengaluru…

  1. jpeggytaylor says:

    What a gorgeous image and the quotation is lovely too! Hope you soon get settled into your new place, Sindhu 🙂 Best Wishes, Peggy 🙂

  2. that’s gr8 news 🙂 ….where are you put up in B’lore?

  3. Beautiful pic of sunrise. Hope you have a great time in Bengaluru.

  4. sindhoooo says:

    That was a beautiful sunrise indeed! Thank you Kiran for your kind words 🙂 TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  5. sindhoooo says:

    Hey Peggy, how are you? Missed you and your blog a lot these days…

    That was a beautiful place! Happy that you like the image and the quotation 🙂

    Mmmm, I hope so too 🙂 Thank you! TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  6. jpeggytaylor says:

    Hi Sindhu – good to see you back in our blogging world 🙂 Thanks for all your lovely comments on my blog 🙂

  7. sindhoooo says:

    I am happy to be back to our virtual world too Peggy 🙂 Thanks to you and to all my fellow bloggers who are helping me gain knowledge on diverse topics 🙂

    TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  8. Preethi says:

    I know. Moving is so much pain especially if you have started to like the place. Eventually you do start to like the place even if you didn’t initially. You are back to B’lore now and I’m sure you will love it except for the traffic. Not sure about Pune traffic. Is it equally bad?

  9. sindhoooo says:

    Preethi, I recalled your post about moving house while I wrote this post 🙂 I second you, it’s hard to leave a place we like… Hmmm, both the cities have their own plus points. But, Pune is closer to my heart than Bengaluru. No dear, Pune traffic is nothing compared to that of Bengaluru. There is traffic but it clears quickly.

    Thank you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts 🙂 TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  10. sindhoooo says:

    Thanks for stopping by Ganga 🙂 We stay near Bannerghatta road…

  11. Fayaz Pasha says:

    Welcome to Bangalore and I hope you enjoy your stay. It is not as it was in the 80s. It is polluted in all aspects. Still, there’s something that makes it beautiful perhaps being born and brought up creates the emotions.

  12. sindhoooo says:

    thank you Joshiji 🙂 Glad you like it… TC! Keep smiling 🙂

  13. sindhoooo says:

    Thank you Fayazji for your warm wishes and sharing your emotions connected to Bengaluru 🙂 Every early Bengalurians tell the same that it is not as before. My hubby often describes Bengaluru winter he experienced 10 years ago. I have seen only pollute Bengaluru and I haven’t noticed any change in past two years… Metro and flyover works are STILL IN PROGRESS as they were.

    Thank you for stopping by! TC! Keep smiling 🙂

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