Simla Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Simla Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I've loved 'Vanity Fair' since I was 16 years old. You know, we're all colonial hangovers in India, steeped in English literature. It is one of these novels that I read under the covers at my convent boarding school in Simla.Mira Nair Simla Sayings By Mira Nair: I've loved 'Vanity Fair' since I was 16 years old. You know, we're all colonial
After Simla, I must mention Darjeeling, with its pretty white houses, overlooked by Mount Kinchinjinga, 312 miles to the north of Calcutta, 6,900 feet above the level of the sea, about the eighty-sixth degree of longitude, and the twenty-seventh degree of latitude - a charming situation, in the most beautiful country in the world. OtherJules Verne Simla Sayings By Jules Verne: After Simla, I must mention Darjeeling, with its pretty white houses, overlooked by Mount Kinchinjinga,
The human voice often shatters the beauty of the most tender passions; and when we left Simla next day, and Maureen and Sunil used all the stock cliches to express their love, I was a little disappointed. But the poetry of life was in their bodies, not in their tongues.Ruskin Bond Simla Sayings By Ruskin Bond: The human voice often shatters the beauty of the most tender passions; and when we
Ey oop, nah then, si thi, asta summat simla i' verdigris?Aaron Chynn Simla Sayings By Aaron Chynn: Ey oop, nah then, si thi, asta summat simla i' verdigris?
For feverish mornings after he left, she lay awake in that guest room in their house, in the rumples of the sheet he had slept in. She would get him on every turn: his aftershave lingering on the sides of the pillow that sometimes caught her, waking up from her dreams of him, in nuclear nights, his gaze: drenching her like water drops on burning rocks. She herself didn't have any smell. He had to really lean in the first time to make out the attar amidst the freckles on her neck. And then there would be at least two, never only one: Jasmine and that other thing that he could never place- a smell that was between imitation pearls and the insides of a Durga Puja afternoon. On some days even in Simla, this she, would waft in by his collars nonchalantly.'
('Left from Dhakeshwari')
Kunal Sen Simla Sayings By Kunal Sen: For feverish mornings after he left, she lay awake in that guest room in their