15 Ways Food Can Help You Maintain Robust Health

Last week I went to an event titled, “Aaharamu Arogyamu Avashyakata” roughly meaning “Importance of Food for Robust Health“. Speaker: Swami Sureswaraananda Yogi. Our current lifestyle choices have turned our food into our enemy. Most health hazards can be traced to bad food habits, lack of exercise, improper breathing, etc. Let’s see how many of the following you have been practicing, and how many you’ll be able to practice. Be ready to be surprised – Almost everything we are doing with food might be WRONG! Here are my Key Learnings from this Event – Drink a good amount of water […]

Audiobooks – My new way to Read (Listen)!

Since most of my work involves the laptop, my eyes get tired easily nowadays. I generally work for 45 minutes or 1 hour and then take a break. During the breaks, I am unable to see the TV or read as my eyes need rest. So I was wondering how to engage myself productively during that time. That’s when I came across Audible Audiobooks. I have been listening to eBooks even before – I use a text to speech app on my Android phone, and a robotic voice would read books/documents to me. As you could guess, this was not […]

Water Matters Expo at Planetarium (Until Mar. 31)

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rajesh K (@wowsuper_net) on Mar 10, 2020 at 6:25am PDT WATER MATTERS is an exhibition about water that’s going on at the Chennai BM Birla Planetarium campus. It’s open from 10.30 A.M. to 5.30 P.M. until Mar. 31, 2020. There is no need to buy any tickets if you’re going only to this expo. This exhibition has been organized by the US Consulate – Chennai, Smithsonian Institution & Care Earth Trust. We went there yesterday. There were 50+ exhibits giving information on the history of water, how water has been drawn, […]

Is Chai Kings the Inexpensive Coffee Day we Always Wanted?

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rajesh K (@wowsuper_net) on Mar 8, 2020 at 3:01am PDT When I was in Sales Career, 1.5 Decades ago, I used to be a regular customer of a few small tea shops. Although the tea and snacks were tasty, the ambiance was not. Back then I was not concerned about hygiene much. As a tea lover, I used to envy coffee lovers as they had Coffee Day. I liked only two of their flavors – Mocha & Tropical Iceberg. Besides, these were quite expensive. So I couldn’t go there as often […]

Kannagi Nagar Wall Paintings @ Chennai

You’ll be surprised to know the latest tourist destination of Chennai – it’s Kannagi Nagar, a fisherman resettlement colony! Yesterday I went to a Photo Walk organized by Madras Photo Bloggers to Kannagi Nagar to take some snaps of the beautiful wall paintings that have recently decorated the apartments there, thanks to St+Art India and Asian Paints. Here is a Short Video with a few pics taken at Kannagi Nagar by me – This area has around 80,000 people, and a few of the four-floor apartments built for their resettlement (Tsunami, Adyar river beautification, etc.) are in the process of […]