Thursday, December 21, 2006

The natural way

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7 comments:

Sageraj said...

hey there
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http://www.rediff.com/money/2006/dec/30spec.htm

Shalini said...

Thanks...Just back from a 10 day vacation without TV, newspapers etc...so am still catching up with the news...

Sageraj said...

ya i thought so, since there were no new entries in ur blog and then i realised u were talking abut some trip in ur old entries. those trips are damn cool, away from hectic city life, no noise, just plain simple nature and people.
if i can ask where had u go?

Shalini said...

We had a family gathering at Koilwar on the banks of the Sone river, about 40 kms from Patna. Progress has taken place and there is now electricity and cell phone signals there. Here's the Koilwar page on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koilwar

Sageraj said...

gotcha. this is from link u gave me

"Bold textSONE" is the river flowing by the side of this village. This village also has a steel rail road bridge made before independence. The bridge is shown in the famous film :GANDHI: "

i was interested in bridge, since u mention in ur blog u have taken pics during ur trip, any chance tht u would have taken pic of tht bridge?

Shalini said...

Unfortunately, I forgot my camera at home...so no pics from this trip. The best view of the bridge is in the movie Gandhi.

Sadly, the bridge is not as serene as it looks in the movie....the traffic moves one way at a time, so there are long queues on either side.

I love the fact that it's part of our history; the country's as well as our family's, with the added twist that my husband and in-law's acted in Gandhi.

Sageraj said...

ok no problem.
ur husband and in-laws acted in movie, thts nice.
hey now i can say i know a movie star..hehe. just joking.
so wht role did they play?