Write to me

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15 Responses to “Write to me”
  1. rushda says:

    a very very happy diwali to you too. may the festival of lights light up your life too. all the very best.

  2. Archana says:

    Thanks, Happy Diwali to you too!

  3. Lynn says:

    I had grown up eating momos with minced cabbage inside and thought you forgot to mention that

  4. Archana says:

    Thanks Lynn for the information on cabbage momos in Shillong!

  5. shailaja says:

    Dear Didi,
    Yes, i agree with your sentiments. the trouble is that outsiders think that girls in JNU are free and that means easily available. I was shocked to read that one fellow was a former JNU student. One does not realise that democratic spaces are very few and need to be safeguarded. we are also struggling in other institutions to have some liberal space.
    anyway, the battle goes on.
    bye, take care, shailu

  6. Archana says:

    Hi Shailaja,
    Nice to hear from you. Yes, you are right – the perception of JNU girls in outsiders’ minds is deplorable. I too was shocked to read that one student was from JNU itself – I couldn’t believe it. I wonder how long he really studied in JNU.

  7. devyanibhuyan says:

    Its interesting to read about JNU …being from JNU myself…Its amazing how things haven’t changed in all these years..

  8. Archana says:

    Welcome Devyani. Hope you like this blog; hope to get more comments from you in future.

  9. Raj Bilkhu says:

    Namastey!

    I’m currently working on a project with Dulux and I thought you may be interested so I’m getting in touch.

    Tintas Coral is launching Let’s Colour this month to inspire people to reclaim their surroundings and regenerate them with a splash of colour. Dulux understands colour’s uplifting effect; how it can re-invent the familiar with shades of calm, vitality and happiness. Let’s Colour will see Dulux work with local communities to paint spaces that need a little colour and experts in design to ensure they reach their potential.

    Let’s Colour projects begins in Rio De Janerio before moving onto Paris on the 19th March, London on the 20th March and India on the 2nd April, as part of a colour movement spreading around the world.

    The project will be coming to a community in India on the 2nd of April and I will send photos and footage of the location before and after painting so you can see the positive transformation on the areas and people.
    For more details check the official site, Orkut and Facebook http://www.letscolourproject.com and http://www.facebook.com
    Would be good to get your thoughts on this and chat to you further about the projects events coming up in France and whether you’d be interested in supporting.

    Best wishes

    Raj Bilkhu
    Email: rajletscolour@googlemail.com

    Euro RSCG KLP Ltd
    Registered Office:
    109 Wardour St, London, W1F 0UH
    Registered in England No. 02942499

  10. Hi, I just got your comment on our blog letscolourproject.com/blog

    We’d love you to get involved!

    Email this contact: rajletscolour@googlemail.com in India and cc this one: Serena.Wilson@klp.co.uk in London to set it up 🙂

    Thanks 🙂

  11. nandan jha says:

    hi archna,

    my constant endeavour is to promote my Mithila cuisine across the world. Grt to see you on ur blog.

    i invite u to join http://www.mithilacuisine.com as an author.

    write to me. nandan.jha.k@gmail.com or visit me at http://www.mithilacuisine.com

    Regards,
    Nandan

  12. Erika Martin says:

    Hello Acharna,

    I am Erika from TravelerVoice, a new social network for travel bloggers.

    I just found your blog and I really like how you described culture and food with beautiful pictures and assertive comments! It’s exactly the kind of writing we are looking for our Food section, please feel free to register 🙂

    In the meantime I am running a contest to reward the most outstanding travel blogs on the web and I am still looking for new members 🙂 so please check it out at http://www.travelervoice.com/contest.aspx for further details.

    I am looking forward to hearing from you 🙂

    Cheers,
    Erika.

  13. Bob says:

    Hi,

    I really enjoyed reading through your blog posts on Archanablogging.wordpress.com. I got a real sense of enthusiasm and passion in each post. Actually, I run Travelingtripster.com, a blog about my travel experiences. If you’re interested, I would love to have you on as a guest blogger. Just shoot me quick a e-mail and we can begin this potentially exciting affiliation together. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks,
    Bob

  14. Ravindra says:

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  15. Ravindra says:

    It is kulu & Manali trip

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