Things I Can’t Live Without

Not too strong, not too mild, steaming hot, flavoured or plain sometimes, almost unsweetened and best made by Aai or me…..
Loved the mint tea and lemon grass tea I had today at Resham Bhavan’s Tea Centre. Pricey at Rs.40 a cup but absolutely fabulous.
At college I love the tajmahal tea bag tea which lady at the vending machine has learnt to make just the way I like. And the best part is that her machine runs till 1.00 am…..good when I am out on some night calls…

Be it my phone or my Sony Walkman mp3 player….cannot imagine enduring the train journey without the music, or FM.
Sounds something like this

Main to jantar se hi darta hu,
Bass pyaar ka mantar karta hu,
Inn chakkar mein naa padta hu,
Hai rabba yeh kya ho gaya?

“Arey jagah do na andar janeko……”

Main to haar gaya kambakkht ishq,
Mujhe maar gaya kambakkht ishq,
Hai rabba yeh kya ho gaya?

“Maine pehle jagah boli thi…..woh 4th pe”

You’re my baby, but you are driving me crazy, crazy girl,
You’re my baby, but you are driving driving driving

“tumahri galti hain…..mereko taney mat maro, samazta hain muzko bhi”

You’re my baby, but you are driving me crazy, crazy girl,
You’re my baby, but you are driving driving driving…………..

Can’t imagine not meeting my gals and chatting with them. May happen just 1-4 times a year but each meet is something I look forward to and can’t miss for anything in the world. We shop, sometimes dine,but mostly hang out at cafes and share coffee and life…..

Mums the best. Need I say more?


My 40 winks, my recharge for the day. The thing I love to do the most any time of the day. Max I have slept is 16 hours straight after my 2nd MBBS Microbiology practicals, which had been a very taxing exam

Novels, short stories, classics, my text books. Feel incomplete without a book in my hand. Or in my bag. Or by my bedside. Love buying them, reading them, gifting them and hate sharing them with anyone.

By nagpai

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4 replies on “Things I Can’t Live Without”

Oh I love tea! next time you are in Mumbai lets meet at Tea Centre at Churchgate. there is this new thing called wagh bakri tea lounge at vile parle…never been there though


hi varsha was surfing thro aayis recipes when i clicked on a comment bby you and whoaaawht a blogi am dr shivani a pediatrician and i practice in thaneyou write reaallly well and by any chabce r u in sion hosp for ur pg???coz wahaan per wd no 1 is psyi did my ug and pg from sionlovely articles……have become soo very nostalgic ..and the last question for the dayhow do u ggetthe time to blog?????????????


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