Tony Cleared his First Interview

Tony the little kid just cleared his LKG interview.

Congrats Dear.

(I wonder whether he knows what an interview is. I wonder how he managed to clear the interview. I wonder how those humans who conducted his interview are able to conduct it.)

Update: This is copy pasted from flickr. I had posted this photo on the day he was having interview. The result was announced recently. The description of the images was:

Tony is a 3 year old boy who lives in the (ex) Garden City of India. His parents provides me and many others with the best food available in the software Jungle. And today Tony and His parents are having interview for his nursery school admission. Well Best Wishes Tony! (Sigh …) 


Makedatu : Goat's leap

Makedatu (Mekedatu) is located 98 kilometers south of Bangalore and 35 kms from Kanakpura. Its suited for one day bike trips. The place has a “sangama” (confluence) of Cauvery and Arakavathi and about 4kms from Sangama, Cauvery and Arakavathi squeeze through a narrow gorge. Its said that even a goat can easily jump accross the Arakavathi there and hence the name “Makedatu” – meaning Goat’s leap in Kannada.

Sangam:

From Sangama you have to cross the river and walk or travel in a ‘special’ bus to reach the gorge. We walked to the gorge (4 Kms) and returned to the sangam in the “bus”.

The bus:

We met her/him on the way:

The steps which leads to the gorge …

Makedatu

More snaps

At sangam

More shots are here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/freemind/tags/makedatu/

Caution: On the way there is a small ghat and the roads in the ghat are narrow and the hairpin bends are not marked properly. So if at all anyone is planning to visit makedatu, please be careful while driving.

(The trip was great. It left permenant marks on mind and body 😉 Thanks for arranging it guys – especially Kaushal)

Makedatu : Goat’s leap

Makedatu (Mekedatu) is located 98 kilometers south of Bangalore and 35 kms from Kanakpura. Its suited for one day bike trips. The place has a “sangama” (confluence) of Cauvery and Arakavathi and about 4kms from Sangama, Cauvery and Arakavathi squeeze through a narrow gorge. Its said that even a goat can easily jump accross the Arakavathi there and hence the name “Makedatu” – meaning Goat’s leap in Kannada.

Sangam:

From Sangama you have to cross the river and walk or travel in a ‘special’ bus to reach the gorge. We walked to the gorge (4 Kms) and returned to the sangam in the “bus”.

The bus:

We met her/him on the way:

The steps which leads to the gorge …

Makedatu

More snaps

At sangam

More shots are here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/freemind/tags/makedatu/

Caution: On the way there is a small ghat and the roads in the ghat are narrow and the hairpin bends are not marked properly. So if at all anyone is planning to visit makedatu, please be careful while driving.

(The trip was great. It left permenant marks on mind and body 😉 Thanks for arranging it guys – especially Kaushal)

Solitude is a bliss.

Shot taken at “Mamalapuram” beach near Chennai (Madras). We halted there for a short while – we were heading towards Pondicheri. Didn’t explore much since we couldn’t get a ticket to visit the Ancient temple.

Kongini …

Kongini

( This flower is common in south India “kongini” is the malayalam name for the flower )

Well I have some pictures from makedatu also, but not in a mood to post them. May i will post them tommorow …