Stoned Racounteur

Sunday, May 29, 2005


Do you ever feel that you would just give anything to go away to those peaceful mountains for a day or two? Have a piping hot cup of tea sitting on a wooden bench besides a small hut.The cool wind blowing with tiny droplets of water in it, just brushing against your face and you forget all your problems and you can just "be".

Nice scene innit?

Too bad you cant go there.

Here's the next best thing

I recently read this book and i felt like i was sitting in some english county where time had stopped.Life is described to be poetically simple. It is a story of a teaching inspector who goes to different schools and talks to children about their teachers.

The book has some really funny parts describing the inspector's experiences with real imaginative children.Some of the lines really tickle the funny bone and will leave you with a big smile on your face.

You can be sure that everything generally turns out all right in the end, though, and the bad teacher or errant schoolchild sees the error of their ways and becomes a better person.

If you want to feel like a little kid for a while and have an afternoon to spare, this is the book you want.



  • Hey Rohit,
    Just stopped by ur blog...went thru most of ur posts...nice interestin read especially the one regarding ur childhood love and the lucid explanantion of Harshad Mehta scam(dis one i put on my blog too!!...hope thr wont b any copyright violation)...And one more thing gud 2 c u into social welfare, me also do these things off and on n think i got a partner to open up a Social Welfare group at IIML which I had been thinkin abt...
    Chalo then ll keep visitin ur blog n puttin in my comments and just in case u find some time chk out my blog
    Just a recent enterant to dis bloggin world and MAN if u have free time and broadband connection at home nothin can beat dis in terms of timepass... ;-)
    Just in case u r wonderin who am I, ur batchmate at L whom u met at the LOO yesterday!!

    By Blogger Deepak Malhotra, at 1:42 PM  

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    By Blogger Deepak Malhotra, at 1:42 PM  

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    By Blogger Deepak Malhotra, at 1:42 PM  

  • Hey deepak...nice to hear from you man

    ya hope to do all those things at L

    and do keep visiting :)


    By Blogger Rohit Anand, at 2:02 PM  

  • why do i need to read a book to feel like a lil child??

    they tell me i'm retarded twit anyway!! :|



    By Anonymous drp, at 2:30 PM  

  • *rolls eyes*

    yes payne

    you are right :|

    By Blogger Rohit Anand, at 4:16 PM  

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