You just need two to tango! Seriously, the annual exhibition at Daly College, Indore was our time to unleash our creativity.
With Aditi at my side, I never had to look further for support.
Once I said ok, let’s get a pot, a clay pot, we can do something.
‘Chalo, chalo,’ says she and off we go and get a clay pot.
Then to the carpenters at the college and get a wheel to put the pot on.
With a scholar’s hat on it, our exhibit was ready.
Then I suggest, ‘treasure hunt karein’, ‘chalo, chalo’, says she.
We rush to the carpenters and they craft a little castle. To reach the castle and get the gift, we arrange many hurdles of vocab tests, word origins, phrases and what not. Lo! there is a rush at our site again.
Once it was ‘The Mid Summer Nights Dream’ that caught my fancy. A little blue box with shimmering lights, and some the support of students, we did exactly that.
A mega television box with film posters rolling on, to the grammar tree, our ideas always engrossed us so much that we often forgot lunch.
But when there is good company, work is so much a pleasure, so it was with my dearest friend, Aditi at Daly College, Indore.
You must be logged in to post a comment.