The author of this blog is a retired Accounts Officer, ex-Railway employee, grandfather, philosopher, environmentalist all rolled in one with a very generous heart.



13 Responses

  1. quite an interesting blog sir…i am from delhi.

  2. Sir, My family, for 3 generations have served the Indian railways. I know how it is to for a simple man of your age to stand up for his thoughts and beliefs. It’s pleasing to know that there are thinkers in my country keeping the great culture alive. Even I’m a published Hindi poet. To catch a glimpse of my work, visit- http://souravroy.com/poems/

    Keep Walking sirji…

  3. Sir,
    My mother is from vadakanchery, and when I see the hills surrounding the town, I often wonder and try to extrapolate what the lives of her ancestors were before modern times. My mother tells me that foxes were not uncommon in the area and that most of the area of the town was previously paddy fields, when her grandparents used to be there.

    Good to hear accounts of your old stories

    –Aravind V

  4. Appreciate a lot, your keen interest in things around you. You are retired only from a job and this blogging makes the retirement meaningful.
    Keep going. all the best Sir.

  5. Just read the Book ‘Rainbow’ short stories. Very good work…

    • Thank you for appreciating my father’s work. Just to let you know that Mr. Subramanian left us on March 13, 2015.

  6. sir,i bought your book today..Rainbow…..I first read through ‘pages from my life’. I am TRULY amazed at what people can do after retirement..more than your stories sir..i am really very happy that I met you..all the best sir.

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