I am an architect and urban planner, a writer and an aspiring artist. I love expressing myself and feel strongly that cities should have spaces for everyone–rich, poor, young, old, healthy and sick, happy or depressed–we all need to work towards making our cities liveable and lovable communities.

  1. thecircleofit

    i agree with you!!!lovely photos from istanbul…..i hear they have amazing food!

  2. Wow a quad-talented personality & all four requires creativity.Which I already see reflected in this awesome blog!

  3. //feel strongly that cities should have spaces for everyone–rich, poor, young, old, healthy and sick, happy or depressed–we all need to work towards making our cities liveable and lovable communities// Agree!!

    • Thanks! Unfortunately, not many think like this. I work in the field of migration and am among a group of urbanists who promote informal areas of the city as desirable spaces that promote mixed-use, mixed-income living, are efficient etc etc. But the middle class, the elite, the political class seem to be completely in love with the idea of the global city with high-rise towers, sanitized streets, gated living….sometimes i wrong my hands in despair but mostly i carry on writing, talking, hoping mindsets will change. What do you think about starting a program that engages elite children, like yours and mine, with informal areas like slums, urban villages etc in some constructive way…?

  4. You sound like my kind of friend. And I agree with you about making our cities livable. Looking forward to reading more! Cheers, Koko

  5. Thanks for stopping by at The South Asian Idea. We share a lot so need to stay connected.

    Will be at a South Asian Urban Conference in a week – the agenda might be of interest:


  6. Just peeped in by chance and in love with your ‘About Me’. Architecht and writer – now that’s new one! πŸ˜€

  7. Very few Indians take pride in being travellers. I share my adventures here http://adventurousgopal.wordpress.com/. Loved your blog and the pictures and photographs you have posted. If you wish please visit my blog.

  8. Hi there,
    Thanks for taking the time to stop my my little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated, Hope to see more from you,

    Have a great day, πŸ™‚


  9. Hi πŸ™‚

    First of : Love your blog ❀

    I am thinking of moving from wordpress.com to a self-hosted wordpress but sadly I will lose the WordPress Reader and my followers :/
    So if you still like my stories ( I hope you do :)), could you please sign-up via mail?
    My new sign-up link : http://eepurl.com/WPz5H

    Thank you so very much and I hope to hear from you soon

    Myriam @OffToWanderland

  10. Really interesting to see this blog. Let me know if you would like to do some guest posts in my blog http://www.digitaldimensions4u.com

  11. devavrat chaturvedi

    looking goood!!!! me likie!

  12. Hi, came here via your comment on my blog. Great to meet you. I am doing a photography project on gender and urban public spaces. As I travel I try to do a photo documentation of the public spaces I visit like bus stops or railway station and observe how spaces are used by men women differently, what are their body language and so on. would love to discuss the work with you and also take your guidance on what we mean by urban spaces.


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