Man,Machine & Animal

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A dog is a good friend of a man and perhaps better than many of his best friends ‘Anujsomany’
Illustration by Nishant Choksi
Illustration by Nishant Choksi

Man,Animal,Machine …is an exploration of the evolving power roles of humans,animals and machines in the context of a domestic setting of the house.

The prey and the predator.

The hunter and the hunted.

Who will be dominant in the end ?

‘Huang Yanying’



You have to be ODD to be number ONE. ‘Dr.Seuss’

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I can’t be blamed for being Crazy and Insane.I am the product of my surroundings !!!

If you study the photo you realize this guy must be crazy.

1.He is riding the the two wheeler on the foot path.

2.He has loaded  his vehicle with heavy tyres and if I am correct probably 7 in number.

3.He is also making a balancing act.Between the tyres also seen a heavy gunny bag.

it’s OK being crazy as long as your craziness does not harm others.

Keep Calm & have a Cup of Morning Tea

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“Peace,Happiness and Joy are possible during the time I drink my Tea.” Thich Nhat Hanh

Ocean of ” Heads “

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Let us play ….”heads or Tails ”                                                                                                                          Heads: I’m yours   Tails: You’re mine

Parotta Master & His Young Disciple

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The best Teachers teach from the Heart,not from the Books

What an utmost Respect,Love and Admiration for His Master ,expressed through his EXPRESSION.

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A parotta is a layered flatbread made from maida flour,popular in South India. This bread is different from North Indian Paratha.

Parotta making is a tough job.It requires kneading of the dough for hours generally.Parotta masters are said to make about 750 to 1000 Parottas during 12 hour shift.( the Whole Wheat dough is baked on a frying pan and completed with shallow frying and  layered by coating with Ghee or oil and folding repeatedly)

Distant Hills look Beautiful.Near ones are Ugly ‘Goan Proverb’

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They say:You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.  Truth: You knew exactly what you had;you just thought you would never lose it

A bird in hand is worth two in the bush

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