Smiling Neigh #WINS

These horses hold their sway at a small temple in the interiors of rural Tamil Nadu.  They convey colour and sense of raw presence through the lens of the camera. 

Through the lens of the eye, the statues almost jump at you with a neigh of a horse in motion. Especially when you see multitudes of people thronging the precincts with hope and fervour. Cooking the traditional pongal , dancing to hard beats and an alien but alluring tune.   All in reverence. In honour of the lord.
For the ill to be warded. A child to be cured.  Or even a prayer of thanks, for all that has been and in subtle way, asking for the β€˜nice’ to perpetuate! 

Today, for some reason, these horses with their vibrant colours and reverberating neighs come before my eyes as I review an assortment of thoughts that I want to share at #WIN 

There are a heap of real cool people coming in today. I have had great fun putting my thoughts together, not to mention dealing with the countless memories that came rushing back of Sundar, Ghost Particle, Manu and several others! People who I aspired to hang out with on blogs ten years ago and who went to become wonderful friends. Yes. Its I hope My Story will resonate with a few that come. 

Follow #WIN on twitter today. And of course, wish me some more luck! 

10 thoughts on “Smiling Neigh #WINS

  1. Kavi,

    good luck.

    it has been a wonderful experience sharing views and perspectives and you my friend provide color to a black and white world like no one else does!

    keep it going!


  2. Sri says:

    Wish you all the best πŸ™‚

  3. Best wishes, Kavi. I wish could be there in person. But will be there is spirit. Go #WIN em over …..

  4. ashok says:

    good luck Kavi πŸ™‚

  5. Tushar says:

    You got an award – correct?
    Congratulations and Celebrations.

  6. maya says:

    Hey Kavi. It was great meeting you at the conference and I loved your presentation.
    Read your blog and really like the style.
    Do visit my blog at Its my journey of enhancing my preschooler’s skills through art. Hope you read it and like it

  7. Kavi says:

    #WIN14 was an awesome experience for me. Both to relive the glorious days when I started off blogging and to be inspired to do more! Thank you!

    The nice people that most bloggers are, they said they liked what I spoke. And the missus smiled when I told her that. God is in his heaven and life is good! πŸ™‚

    @Vivek : Thank you for joining in sir. Thank you for touching me in a unique way and I completely am inspired by your passion for learning!

    @Sundar : I mentioned you in my talk. You say it like no one else does. You were and still are a huge example of what can be. Thank you

    @Sri : Thanks a ton!

    @Ugich : Thank you. Your spirit awes people beyond borders of continents. And Courtyard Marriot was quite close to Powai! Thanks a ton indeed

    @Mahilchi : Thanks a ton Macha

    @Ashok : Thanks my poet friend!

    @Tushar : No sir! No award. Was just telling a story. My story! But celebrations are always due! πŸ™‚

    @Maya : I am so glad you could come and thanks for the generous compliments! Love it! Will definitely look up your blog and look forward to stay connected!


  8. Jeevan says:

    A village festival scene comes into mind seeing your image and following write up!

    All the best πŸ™‚

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