This is a picture of a traditional Indian tiffin carrier: an Indian-style bento box, if you will. Made of stainless steel, each compartment contains a different item of food. We Indians are fussy eaters and we take our food (and our siestas) very seriously. The tiffin carrier is a brilliant invention. Your food does not get gets mushed, the flavors stay separate and all the containers up stack nicely and are held together with a clasp. There’s even a nifty carrying handle.
Why are we talking about tiffin carriers on this blog? Because this blog is designed like one. I blog about different things here: tea, the writing process and my views on life. The subjects may seem unrelated but they all have something to do with my novels. My novel is the clasp that holds it all together. I have deliberately kept the topics compartmentalized because my followers are all different: I have writer friends, tea drinking friends and just kith n’ kin and old buddies who want to see what I am up to. I am not exactly tech savvy and you may run into detours and dead ends on this blog, so please bear with me. Meanwhile how can we put off lunch? So do peek into the compartments and see what’s inside. There are several ways to navigate this site:
- Use the CATEGORIES tab on the left to find a topic of interest.
- Check the Drop-down MENU BAR on top.
- The ARCHIVES will have it all chronologically
- Finally You can always do a SEARCH if you are looking for something specific
Your tea guzzling friend,
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