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10 reasons to make you blog

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A year! Wow! It’s been a year and a few days to that first click on the ‘publish’ button – that click marking the roller coaster ride that ‘From The Corner Table’ has become! Another upload and click sometime today will mark another milestone for the blog – I’ve got a logo that is a …

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Finding Therapy in Pots and Pans

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I was all of 18 when I marked the first international trip of my life. It was with the elder sister Raka, and we flew to Bangkok where she was pursuing a Masters’ degree. We stayed in her boarding room, part of a two-room unit with a shared bathroom and kitchenette. My first memory of …

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Painting Stories in a New Language

In a span of 4 years and a few months, Bansari, a Gujarati, moved to Kathmandu with her husband, learned Nepali, started writing poetry in the newly learned language, wrote and performed a play in this new language and is now teaching theatre!

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Comfort in a Bowl of Khichuri

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Khichuri, my dear friends, is the ultimate one-bowl meal. Made of rice, lentils and vegetables (optional), it is comfort, health, warmth and nostalgia in a bowl.