September, 2018 – October, 2018
After a brief hiatus, the beehivers are back again with a new issue of Fundamatics. We bees have missed the warm, glorious sunshine during the damp monsoon months. So, we are quite happy to leave our hives and once again spread out our dampened wings under the reinvigorating touch of the warm, autumn sun. We are excited about putting the monotone of monsoon skies behind us and embracing a horizon that is bursting with new colours and along with it new possibilities. The vibrant color palette is redolent of revelries that lie ahead.
We are also feeling slightly overwhelmed, at how time has slipped between our wings. Yes, the year is well on its way out. We will soon need to turn the hourglass for a fresh start. Now is the time to revaluate, to re-engage in a flurry of activity and share myriad pieces with you. Adieu, rain winds. Welcome, glorious clear skies, fresh flowers and new pots of honey.
Ragas for the Rest of Us BY Nandu Kulkarni
An introduction to the finer nuances of Indian classical music by a music aficionado.
The Fan BY Zenobia Driver
Captures a moment in which a much-dreaded nightmare turns into spooky reality.
Mumbai to Mumbai via Srinagar, Dras, Kargil and Leh BY Alok Kelkar
A journey is undertaken with a purpose and leaves an indelible mark on the travelers.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words BY Prof. Arun Inamdar
The never dying rains and the never-say-die spirit of the city of as rendered by an artist’s brush.