Once upon a time…


4 Comments so far

  1. Ela (unregistered) on October 26th, 2007 @ 11:03 pm

    Yeap….it reminds me of my childhood days…with my grandfather….he was an excellent storyteller…i often wondered whether kids nowadays are that lucky like me…to have experienced days filled with the magic of stories….not only to listen but also to feel…to think and to rationally analyse and answer about all the little things that life brings to us…..It is really not in context with ur blog here but after following the comments and exchanges that were happening in Chennai Metblogs recently, i often wondered whether most of my fellow Chennai citizens were lucky enough to have had a grandfather like i had and many other people that i had and come across in my life…who had taught me to listen…..to take what i want and let go of the things that i donĀ“t want yet be strong enough to politely express my views…..and be aware that everyone has right to express their ideas and opinions……..

    Well….the last time i enjoyed story telling was in 2005, in the christmas market here….the guy was excellent and i went there everyday to listen to his stories…some people have the gift….so hope this venture also brings back those good old days back to our city and state….I really love that picture that they have it in the poster.

  2. Goon (unregistered) on October 27th, 2007 @ 12:03 am


    TRUE Horror Stories

  3. Dilip Muraldiaran (unregistered) on October 27th, 2007 @ 3:31 am

    http://www.tehelka.com also stands for over hyped bullshit tabloid crap piece of ****!

  4. GOON (unregistered) on October 27th, 2007 @ 11:17 am


    Not that no one knows about Gujarat 2002 or Narendra Modis communal BJP.

    Yet, whatever it is, it is horrific to believe that the http://www.tehelka.com stories are true. No point in shooting the messenger.

    Hope you understand the irony of story-telling versus true Indian stories of today. To these victims, there were no ‘pulla pidikkira karanga’ here.

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