Come festival seasons, news papers & portals publish photographs & news about persons or institutions that make ‘different’ kind Ganesh Idols (Yeah… I refuse to call it Murti). Idols that are made of by anything other than what it should be. Recently I came across a news that a lady making Ganesh Idol out of… Continue reading Ganesh Puja… when the festival became a platform to showcase creative skills
This is a follow-up post to my previous post about old Indian TV ads. The Indian advertising industry has produced geniuses as Alyque Padamsee (the man behind Lalitaji and Liril campaigns) and Piyush Pandey (the man behind the original ‘Mile Sur Mera Tumhara’ and Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate ads). Karen Lunel was the the original… Continue reading Little known facts about Indian Advertising
Ads are great stress busters. They come in between soaps, movies, reality shows & news headlines to break the monotony of the program. Ads provide us breaks that we can utilize to stretch our bones or go to relieve ourselves or fetch a glass of water or check quickly what’s going on other channels. Some… Continue reading Old Indian Ads… Revisited
A story tells that two friends were walking through the desert. During some point of the journey they had an argument, and one friend slapped the other one in the face.The one who got slapped was hurt, but without saying anything, wrote in the sand: TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SLAPPED ME IN THE FACE. They… Continue reading A Wonderful Story of Friendship & Values
Here is something I’m nostalgic about. I know many of us who born during this period must have experienced it.
I have seen people do not think about twice while paying for any item its full MRP (and sometimes over priced) while shopping at super market or mall. But the same people would bargain for very little amount from a street vendor. Very often they would buy not-so-fresh vegetables over priced at a super market.… Continue reading Bargaining… not always