Saturday, January 16, 2021
SEEMA MUNIZ

Author: SEEMA MUNIZ

Seema Muniz, a feature writer with the Times of India group in the nineties, is an avid reader and educationist, who homeschooled her son until tenth grade, while drifting between New York and Alaska with her family. She is also an artist, with a few solo and group shows in Albany, NY, to her credit.

post-Tech Aids for a Sleepless WorldTech Aids for a Sleepless World

SEEMA MUNIZ traces the modern world’s fight with sleeplessness and suggests a host of remedies to help you grab a good night’s sleep The modern world is always fighting: fighting against depression, both economic and mental, fighting against injustice, racism,...

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post-Lead Kindly Light…Lead Thou Me OnLead Kindly Light…Lead Thou Me On

SEEMA MUNIZ recalls her first job interview with the famous Anand Hingorani, who had been Gandhiji’s personal secretary and editor of the weekly magazine, Harijan  When I received my first interview call, I was  a little nervous. For having spent much...

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post-The Old Man and the Hills…The Old Man and the Hills…

During our tireless travels for the last twenty years, hopping continents, countries, adapting to new cultures, learning other languages, from time to time, I was reminded of the old man who owned a little tea shop on the outskirts of...

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post-The Sinfully Cheerful AppleThe Sinfully Cheerful Apple

Seema Muniz captures the delights of the ubiquitous apple, since its fall from grace in early Biblical times It is that time of the year again, when I slip into a nostalgic spell as friends from North-Atlantic America begin posting photos...

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post-Art From Garbage On The BeachArt From Garbage On The Beach

SEEMA MUNIZ profiles a group from Puducherry’s Auroville, who found themselves stranded in India after the lockdown, but decided to put their time to good use For the 60-plus members of zerowaste, it hasn’t been so easy to turn plastic...

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post-Making Waves By Cleaning Up Lakes And RiversMaking Waves By Cleaning Up Lakes And Rivers

Running an NGO for the last nine years, having cleaned over ninety water bodies across India, I was expecting the founder and the CEO of EFI (Environmentalist Foundation of India) to be suave and swanky, especially as he had worked...

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post-Nirvana in a Cup of TeaNirvana in a Cup of Tea

Nothing can be healthier and more stimulating than a steaming cup of hot tea, discovers the writer Tea is much like poetry. And, I think, among all poetic forms, it is the humble 17-syllabled haiku, a type of short form...

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post-Can We Break Free Of Our Smartphones?Can We Break Free Of Our Smartphones?

As a storm brews 10 kms south of here in Puducherry, electricity fails, internet service drops automatically, ants scurry for protection in the grooves along the keyboard of the unsuspecting laptop. When one lives in the tropics, close to the...

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post-Let’s Be Our Real SelvesLet’s Be Our Real Selves

It was our ninth grade creative writing teacher, who made us realise that each one of us was unique, with our singular way of looking at life and the world, if only we cared to observe ourselves in a moment...

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