In this part, a brief look at how the India Meteorological Department (IMD) helps us follow the monsoons and other weather and climate patterns over India. Plus a few other online resources.
Public places should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their physical disabilities. This is part of everyone's geographical rights. Here is a geographical perspective on the rights of people with disabilities ... The Plank Man's geography. You should never think of geography the same way again!
Idyll (noun) a poem or prose composition, usually describing pastoral scenes or events or any charmingly simple episode, appealing incident, or the like. Humans have long imagined places where everything is ‘perfect’; where nothing bad exists and only good exists.
A harsh reminder to us about how we are all interconnected … through our thoughtlessness, greed … and geography. We see this through the many repercussions of the ongoing 2019 nCoV (coronavirus) saga. [with two updates at the end of this post: 12, 14 February 2020]
Voluntary migration can be daunting. It can be confusing. It can be adventurous, and humorous. At least in hindsight. These are the experiences of a young man from Bengaluru who went to America, and the many things he experienced. Place matters! Change of place is a […]
We left our somewhat overwhelmed traveler friend at the international wing of the Delhi airport on the evening of Thursday, 31 December 1981. He was taking in all the sights of the busy place and the varieties of people there. It was almost an alien planet […]
When we last saw our friend, he was aboard another “jumbo jet” (a Boeing 747 aircraft), a marvel of a machine at the time. Destination: John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, New York. (A city they loved so much that they named it […]
Our very weary migrant was aboard a largely empty, gigantic ‘bird’ machine, with very few people aboard. Looking out the window did not entertain him much. Flying much of the way from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, the ‘jumbo’ jet was flying at about 10,000 metres, he did […]