MY CITY

THROUGH THE LENS CUL­TURE CAP­SULE BOOK RE­VIEW DIL SE

HT City - - My City - Medha Shri Dahiya

Thank you for help­ing me in all the dif­fi­cult times I’ve been through. You’re my hero.

I con­viniently ig­nored all the hard­ships you went through just to make sure that I have a bet­ter fu­ture. While a mes­sage through this col­umn will not even be any­where close to what you have done for moe and my fu­ture, here is just a small ges­ture to let you know that I’ll al­ways be there by your side. The book can be used as a self-help guide to re­alise that life need not be so com­pli­cated. A par­ent or not, this fa­ther’s day, pick this book to make your life sim­pler and hap­pier.

This Way is Eas­ier, Dad Ha­ri­mo­han Paruvu Jaico Books `350

U r the one who sheds ur per­sonal in­ter­ests for my pros­per­ous life. I re­spect you Dad. I love you!

You’re awe­some! From Sun­day brunches at home to fri­day night scenes at PC/FCC, we’ve shared a lot of great mo­ments, and we have many more to come. Love you!

Happy Fa­ther’s day to the best fa­ther. Any man can be a fa­ther, but it takes some­one spe­cial to be a dad.—Bhavika

Dil Se is a com­pi­la­tion of fun mes­sages from our read­ers. The views ex­pressed herein be­long en­tirely to the senders and are not to be con­strued as an en­dorse­ment by the pub­li­ca­tion.

Clouds hover above Rash­tra­p­ati Bha­van and Del­hi­ites fi­nally take a respite from the heat in the Cap­i­tal.

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