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Kendriya Vidyalaya Malleswaram: Nostalgia 3

May 21, 2011

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Malleswaram: Nostalgia 2

March 14, 2011

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Malleswaram: Nostalgia 1

February 8, 2011

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KGF Nostalgia: Some Childhood Memories

June 21, 2007

by Bridget White Kumar I was born and brought up in Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), a small mining town in the erstwhile Mysore State now known as Karnataka. KGF, as everyone knows, had a very sizable Anglo-Indian (AI) Population who lived and worked there for generations. It was well known for its colonial ambience with […]

Nostalgic Cycle

June 22, 2013

Design: RK Bellur / RwB  [Click on the image to enlarge] NOSTALGIA on RwB: Who said I am nostalgic? Remember the Rasna kid? Remember some of those ’80s ads? Remember the old Liril ad? ’60s & ’70s: Those were the days Lunch time @ School! CRICKET LINGO – Our Days! The Art of Reusing Saturday First Two Periods: Mass PT Summer Holidays – A Flashback! […]

Summer Holidays – A Flashback!

March 30, 2012

During my schooldays, by the time our Summer holidays started, a month of fun and frolic would have been over for my friends studying in other schools with State syllabus. When their exams got over, our school (Kendriya Vidyalaya) would still be completing the last chapters or would have just begun ‘Revisions’! Now by the time […]

The Art of Reusing

March 17, 2012

Some of the below mentioned activities are advisable for children, some are not, while some are fine with parental guidance. It’s time for more nostalgia on RwB. Wherever you see or read today, the one word that hits you is REUSE and RECYCLE! Just remembered a few things that we used to reuse as kids. […]

Power Cut!

March 9, 2012

It is that time of the year when grandparents stop watching serials and parents cease to talk loudly. There is a ‘smashana mouna’ in every house of the street. One particular room will have the light burning longer than usual. ‘Boost / Complan / Bournvita’ is supplied continuously to the victim inside the room. Mother […]

Synesthetics can see smells, hear pictures, and smell colours and numbers

July 6, 2007

by Latha Vidyaranya Just imagine how wonderful and sophisticated is our brain that it can file each of our sensory experience neatly into millions of files and retrieve them in a fraction of a second, making us all reel under the gush of nostalgia?! But what if they are wrongly connected to different sensory areas? […]

Kadlekai Parishe: Going nuts

November 21, 2006

The Bull Temple at Basavanagudi burst into a festive spirit yesterday, the last Monday of Karthika Maasa. In the colourful atmosphere one not only saw Laksha Deepotsava (lighting of one lakh lamps), but also lakhs of people going nuts. One of the city’s oldest and unusual fairs, Kadlekai Parishe (Groundnut fair) began yesterday in and […]