Monthly Archives: November 2014

Arabica…Arabic Style

We all know that coffee was discovered in the land of Arabs. however, the Arab style to make coffee is quite different. It is called Gava or Kehva and basically means a ‘brew’. Traditionally the coffee beans are slightly roasted

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What kind of coffee you like?

Now a days I am trying different ways to make a good cup of coffee. I use Maxwell ground coffee in a drip machine at office. At home, I grind beans fresh and: 1. Brew in a drip machine or

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Well, today WP notification told me that now 1001 bloggers follow my blob. In reality though, 1001 should be interpreted as a binary number which comes out to be 9. And that is about the right number of bloggers (out

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Painting sans brush

Someone shared this on Facebook. Please spare 10 minutes and enjoy this unique talent.

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Some paintings by kids

Along with calligraphy, the kids also participated in painting competition. The topic was obviously space. Here is a sample: And two of my favorites: O, what imagination! Enjoy.

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Calligraphy by Kids

Today was the last day of Space Week 2014 held at our University. More than 200 kids from schools participated in many events. I will present a few here. Today’s post is about Calligraphy. Children were asked to draw/write verses

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