Dharma, the religious and moral law governing individual conduct, has played a silent everyday role in my upbringing. Bed time stories by my father, a master storyteller, were about Indian epics that imparted this notion ofDharma through parables.
Access to English movies was rare in the pre-internet era of 1970s and 1980s in India. Like most traditional Indian families, mine too did not believe that kids could learn anything by watching movies. In fact, it was considered a …
I vividly remember the first time I met Ratan Tata (well, who wouldn’t). My schedule was such that I had to drive into Mumbai straight from a board meeting in Pune.
I had arrived 2 hours early for the meeting.