Would you like to dance with me?


Hi Everyone ,

My question is to you only, would you like to dance with me?  Since year is drawing close to an end and many parties round the corner are you prepared to don your dancing shoes?

What did you say?  You don’t  know how to dance.  So what, I am not a professional  either and we shall not dance to impress but to express.  Isn’t it right approach?   So let your hair down and dance, dance like there’s no tomorrow ,  dance like no one is watching you.  And feel the beat, let your feet move to the tune of your favourite number, doesn’t really matter even if you have two left feet.  Every  movement  with happiness adds grace to your moves, period!   And if you still feel awkward just close your eyes, put on your headsets, turn on your favourite song and let your imagination hit the dance floor.  This is what I  do when I  can’t dance physically and I bet I am a dancing diva there who can share the stage with likes of Michael Jackson (only name that comes to one’s mind on the mere mention of word dance).  Isn’t it ecstasy of a kind.

Dance definitely works as a stress reliving therapy.  If you don’t believe me give it a try once behind closed doors and let me know your experience.   And I am sure you would agree with me then.

Ok, let’s put the therapy aside.  Dance is not only a stress reliever but a great exercise to burn calories the fun way.  If you are more “into logic” person then also dance is for you.

So going by any account of benefit that  dancing carries it’s a must try for every soul because “ABCD” – Anybody Can Dance.

So, would you like to dance with me?


Down the memory lane, Part 1-Paris Trip

Hi Everyone,

It is said that Paris is the city of romance and fashion capital of the world.  I agree to that.  It’s been seven years when I first visited this city  just a month before my first wedding anniversary as we were supposed to celebrate our first anniversary with family in India.  I was very excited (who won’t be) after all it was my first visit to the French capital which I have been seeing only on television and first time comes only once in life.  We boarded Thalys, the superfast train plying between Brussels and Paris and duration of the journey was about 1 hour 15 minutes.  After reaching there and checking in our hotel room we chalked out plan for our three days.  Prepared a bucket list, which place needs to be visited first and so on.  We decided to take metro for reaching various destinations in the city.  Talking about the metro, the very look of the stations and the metro trains looked very old which meant they were running since ages. But we had a comfortable ride, in fact taking metro is a best option.  With a guide (book) in hand we were all set to paint the city red

The Famous Mona Lisa


The fashion hub – Champs Elysées
The Sacred Heart Basilica
Museum de Louvre
Louvre, picture from distance
Arc de Triomphe, which I sarcastically call India Gate of Delhi as they are similar structures.


Moulin Rouge
River Siene, picture from Eiffel Tower
Guillotine, the execution place
Of course The Eiffel Tower!