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Lockdown Diaries

Rahul says " "I've always had a passion for cooking and for photography. This lockdown gave me ample time to sharpen my cooking skills. Seeing the joy on my family's faces, makes the hours of toil in the kitchen all worthwhile.

These are a few of the dishes that I made. Hope you enjoy looking at them, as much as I loved eating them. Cheers!"

I can happily say lockdown gives me the best memorable things in my life.

When we all heard about complete nation lockdown Even I was bit tensed how will it go and all other aspects that Especially At the time of lockdown announcement, I was 3 months pregnant so I was so much worried how can I manage household activities and my office things but slowly I started spending a quality amount of time with family members and balancing my work life and taking a good amount of rest, proper medication, an exercise which brings lot more confidence.

From last 1 month, I started reading spiritual books of Ramayana and Bhagavatam and listening to good relaxation music during my free time which brings me a lot more positive energy to me and baby also.

Right Now I am enjoying every moment of my lockdown activities.

Hope this pandemic situation ends soon and we will go back to our offices with a fun atmosphere again.

People who love to eat are always the best people!

If you expect your life to be smooth always without any ups and downs just imagine your BIRYANI as plain white rice because all the ups and downs are like spices that make the biryani worth drooling!!!

Being a foodie with a good appetite is a gift from god. I should thank my parents especially my Dad who encouraged me to eat all types of seasonal fruits, leafy greens and seafood. I know his struggle to habituate his child to eat healthily.

I never knew my ability to cook until cooking was the only option that I had. All this happened because of the lock-down. Before lock-down, I used to visit restaurants to try new food items. But now I am the only warrior to feed my belly with something yum.

Thanks to all the YouTubers who make life easy with their cooking videos. Thanks to my dad who was always there to cheer me up with his mouth licking recipes (missing my home badly).

Attached are few pics of my lock-down recipes and one lengthy video where you can find me cooking :)

Lucky says "Lockdown!!!!!

Isn't this the best time for the IT employees, who are staying away from their family because you get to work from home with your family around you all the time? In this generation who doesn’t want to work by staying at home with family. I also felt cheerful when I came to know I have to do WFH but there was something which was destroying me inside that if I go home, then how many days do I need to stay ?? If it’s a week then fine..If not then??? Again I appreciated my situation and told myself “Hey you are a courageous girl. No need to worry about anything just go and come soon, spend some memorable time with family" but still I wasn’t happy. The reason why I'm nervous to stay at home is because, of the questions raised by nosy neighbors regarding my health issues. My parents always have to be answerable for my health conditions such as ”your daughter is still like this”, and the people always remind me and my parents that part of her foot is numb, then “what will be the future of her’s???” Well, my parents won’t consider anything regarding this but still I can realize their agony.

I had the same fear that when I reached my home, the people would surround me and ask me questions, but I decided to feel nothing, People who really interfere in others life are really annoying.
After a few days at home, with lots of courage to make myself strong I started walking, performing pranayama which I accustomed before and decided to be an optimist. Since that day I was determined to be the strength of my family rather than weakness to them and accountable to everyone's question with a little smile which made my parents happy and helped to think positively. My parents are delighted to see me joyful and I'm fortunate to have them as my parents."

Prathyusha says "I am one who looks forward to Friday evening's and spends the whole weekend watching movies, travelling,visiting restaurants, trying different foods, doing a lot of shopping and roaming, and now, the forecast is for a tough time during lock down. So I have embarked on a quest for ideas to fulfill my thirst to have different varieties of food.

So I decided to utilize this lock down time to cook varieties of food myself for me and my family. And those that I cooked, baked, prepared turned out so delicious.

Food is fine, now how about additional time? Then I have started digging into my childhood activities - painting, quilling and dancing.

LOTS OF LEARNING DURING LOCK DOWN"

Mujikeer says "Whether you live on your own or are with a family, finding the time and energy to prepare home-cooked meals can seem like a daunting task. At the end of a hectic day, eating out or ordering in might feel like the quickest, easiest option. But convenience food can take a significant toll on your mood and health.

But not anymore. It's a lockdown out there and we are left with only one and a healthy option is to cook by ourselves no matter how good or bad we are with cooking.

I love cooking food. Food makes many people happy if not everyone. It's been a passion for me since I have seen my mom cooking with so much love and passion. She was more than a chef and people used to visit her for various complicated recipes. That's where I kicked off the interest in cooking. I love experimenting with different recipes. I have been cooking and experimenting since 6 years and there is a lot more I still need to learn. It gives immense pleasure when people ask for One More Plate. Attached are some pics I managed to click during this lockdown (Sorry for the bad quality). Hope you guys like it.

Un jour à la fois"

Animish says "It feels very good to me when my day starts with some physical exercise. I like to be healthier and stronger every time, For many days I thought to do some workout daily, but I couldn't during weekdays and there is no use during weekends. So, due to lockdown, I can spare some time on physical exercise.

It's been one month that I have started to work on physical fitness. Now I can feel stronger. "

Vijayasree writes " Preparing food for the loved ones was always my interest. I feel very satisfied when I see my family enjoy the stuff made by me.
At times it's a failure and sometimes it's really good. I used to prepare interesting stuff only during weekends. This lockdown has really given me more time to spare for my hobby and family.

My kids do help me in making snacks and so we have a really nice family time together. The kitchen is a mess but it's worth the happy time with my family. Hope we have such quarantines every year once for a few days for the World to recover.

This lockdown has really made my family time fun filled and enjoyable."

Naveen writes : "I always hoped to paint from my early age but I have never really attempted it. But in this lock down period I have some time to spend on childhood interests.I have attempted a few pictures and wanted to share with you all.

I feel that spending some time on our interests can improve our mental health and as well as it will relieve us from stress.

Apart from painting, I have been playing badminton everyday 6 to 7 (Morning & Evening) with my family members. During this time we all share things that we had done during the day or in the past and also recall the childhood memories."

Ankita writes "In my younger years drawing was one of my hobbies. I liked it because it gives me an amazing feeling of relaxation when I see a blank piece of paper ends up with an amazing, colourful and beautiful image. I never took drawing or art classes from outside as it is god gifted to me. As time passed due to higher education and a busy schedule I couldn't continue my hobby.

Now during lockdown I utilise my free time with one of my older hobbies i.e. drawing. In this tough time I feel so relaxed and happy after engaging myself in the act of drawing and learning new forms of art."

Priyanka says "When I heard about lockdown the first thing in my mind is how to survive life in a restricted environment. Initially, I was depressed and homesick. Later I thought of indulging myself with my hobbies. Then I remembered that I was a trained "Odissi" classical dancer during my childhood. Although my Guru "Sri Devjanni Maharana " is no more today ,her blessings are always with me. I started polishing my dancing skills which I had left behind long back . I felt a huge difference as it refreshed my mind and brought back my memories with my Guru .Dancing in this lockdown is a stress buster and it's motivating me to stay fit.
My other hobby is "Drawing" in which you can create an art anywhere as long as you have two things : "Pencil" & "Paper". I am totally lost in an imaginary world while doing it. Though i am not a professional artist i always try to give a shape to my imaginations."

Hairtha Mopati writes : "I like doing photography, still not a pro though. I cannot recall when and how it really started, but it has been a passion of mine for the past few years. It actually comes in spurts, sometimes I do it a lot and sometimes not for a long time.

Clicking a picture and appreciating the beauty behind it makes me feel very relaxed and they also become a part of my treasured memories. Oftentimes, I tend to click the same subject again and again, and one of those activities during the lockdown has been standing by the window and capturing the passing clouds. Wow, what beautiful they are! Every picture of them showing a different emotion.

This phase of lockdown is also like a cloud, "this too shall pass"

I'm also attaching a few pictures, one of them with my daughter clicking with me using her toy phone. She usually tries to copy whatever I do, and also loves to take part in all the daily activities like baking, cooking, cleaning, etc. :) "

Hemapriya's diary entry : "During this hot hot lockdown...all are busy in recollecting their own childhood hobbies , memories...I have a hobby of storytelling. So I want to narrate a small story.

“Unique-Irreplaceable...Love”.

That was a Sunny day. A Father walking on the road felt thirsty and went to a nearby shop to ask for a water bottle which cost 30rs. Beside that shop he found a Mosambi (Sweet Lime) seller and asked for the cost of 6 mosambis. Seller said “Sir .. 6 costs 30rs”. Father bought those mosambies and came home.
He called his wife and said “Make this juice and give it to my princess, as she has been working since morning she might be tired and just bring me a glass of water. I am feeling thirsty”. Wife replied , then I will make juice for both of you . For that , the loving father replied..”No I bought them for her. Glass of water is fine for me and remember don’t add water and ice for that juice”.. By seeing her parents Unique-Irreplaceable Love. the daughter thanked god for giving her such parents.

Weeks later, it was a Thursday...Daughter received a call from her manager saying “ You are promoted as…. “ . She felt happy for that news , she wanted to share this to her parents directly by giving a surprise visit to her father and wanted to tell her father ’pappa...now we all can live together in one place ’ . She called her mom and said “Mom.. I am coming home this weekend don’t tell pappa “I want to surprise him”. Unknowing this , her father is thinking ..it’s become 2 days for not talking to my princess.
On the other side, the daughter is on her way to home planning how to surprise her father in the morning. When she reached her home in the morning, in return she got a never-before surprise from her father….Her father welcomed his princess in the Mortuary box….Her father was no more to accept her surprise…..ended. "

I guess this story might recollect our parents' love for us. Unfortunately this lockdown locked us with our family so we should be thankful as we got some quality time to spend with our family.

Guys, Have you ever asked your Mom What’s her favorite food, What’s your father’s most memorable moment. They might tell you, but those are your favourite food and your memories. Actually they forgot their own likes, they were living for us to make our life memorable.

Because of this lockdown, everyone got some leisure time excluding our Moms. Just ask your Mom’s wake up time during this lockdown. We are just working for 9 hrs per day with expectations, but they are working for 24 hrs with love.

Friends, can you do me a small favour ...
Make your Mom sit, switch on the fan and give her a glass of lemon juice prepared by your own.
Put your hand on your father’s shoulder , and tell him..”Pappa. Don’t worry I am with you ” Just see their happiness…believe me this will be your most memorable moment during this lockdown...Stay safe and healthy..

Divya says "
Relishing this routine..

Being a nature lover also believer of it’s power
so I am it’s follower..
Blessedly I live beside a vast tree-space: in the lap of mother nature!
I sense Cuckoo’s coo soothing my ears,
cool breeze that cleanse our souls,
and a beautiful sunrise or sunset that blow our imagination!

Nowadays I am cherishing all the activities I’m into, to the core..

WFH enabled my cravings to evolve from singing, writing, sketching to cooking,capturing, book-reading and many more..

I believe those little instincts of our own ‘my-time’ acts make us involve more into our work, also increase our awareness and allow us ahead in our lives..

Though this (Covid-19)situation around seems sad, Thankful about this Relishing Routine I had! "

Asha says "I like reading novels. Whenever my mood swings I prefer reading a novel. It takes me to a new world. Every book has an essence which is to be felt.

Recently I have read a novel named "Me before you". A person named Will Traynor meets with an accident and becomes paralyzed. He thinks of killing himself. A girl named Lousia Clark loses her job and joins as caretaker for Will Traynor. Author beautifully explains how small moments in life are to be felt. I loved it.

Apart from reading novels I love making greeting cards. I always like giving handmade greeting cards for friends birthdays. I love dancing(ofcourse I am not too good at it). I love singing too

This lockdown gave me time to explore my hobbies more...😍😍"

Niharika says : "Different people have different hobbies to pass their free time. Painting is my hobby and my happiness. It gives me a very amazing feeling of creating something and owning it. I feel deeply engaged when I turn myself to painting and drawing. It boosts my creativity and reduces my stress. This quarantine gives me time to improvise myself.

I have also decorated my room with my paintings. When guests come to my home, their faces become happy ☺ by seeing paintings."

Nikita writes "Drawing and sketching has been my hobby since childhood.

I think that taking some time off from our busy schedules and spending it on our hobbies can improve our mental health and as well as it will relieve us from stress.

So that when again we will start working we can do our work more efficiently and due to which productivity will increase.

And the best part of the lockdown is that I am with my family and I got some time again to spend on my hobby which I stopped doing earlier.

Please find some of the sketches and drawings attached for your reference which I made during lockdown.

Hope you like them"

Syam says "During the COVID-19 lockdown, I have noticed that my wife's work has doubled.

She's serving more meals, cleaning more, and needs to be more available for all the family members. So instead of adding to her plate, I have contributed to her in the kitchen. Cooking for family members can be fun and beneficial, it turns out.

I helped her in preparing "Stuffed Brinjal Curry" and a variety of snacks like "Sweet Corn 65", sweets etc..

I also learned and prepared "Raju gari Kodi Pulov"(Chicken Biryani) last Sunday. This proves me again that "I am a quick learner" ( As mentioned in my profile) 😊 We are making use of the time to build stronger relationships than the past"

Pushpalatha writes "

Cook, Eat and Repeat!

Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, nothing brings people together like absolute lip-smacking food!
Honestly I didn’t really think this day would come, but here I am reporting that overall this quarantine was really… actually… GOOD! The times of quarantine have become a way to keep going and also to bring the whole family together. Most importantly, at my home, the “Mummy ka Dhaba” is open 24X7 now! :)
Coming from a family of foodies, I’ve always been over-enthusiastic about cooking. I love seeing those happy faces when they taste and eat the food I make. I keep trying new dishes for my family who also constantly encourage me to do so. Especially my son, who surprisingly has started helping me in the kitchen these days, he loves cooking as much as he loves eating!
This lockdown has given me a great opportunity to try dishes that I've never got the time to try before, as such I never had to as most of them were readily available. I have come out of my comfort zone and cook innovative dishes, which otherwise I would’ve never been able to.
From scratch to completion, it's been an amazing experience to try new cuisines and delicacies, and i think I will continue to do this even after lockdown ends. "

Pushpalatha writes "

Cook, Eat and Repeat!

Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, nothing brings people together like absolute lip-smacking food!
Honestly I didn’t really think this day would come, but here I am reporting that overall this quarantine was really… actually… GOOD! The times of quarantine have become a way to keep going and also to bring the whole family together. Most importantly, at my home, the “Mummy ka Dhaba” is open 24X7 now! :)
Coming from a family of foodies, I’ve always been over-enthusiastic about cooking. I love seeing those happy faces when they taste and eat the food I make. I keep trying new dishes for my family who also constantly encourage me to do so. Especially my son, who surprisingly has started helping me in the kitchen these days, he loves cooking as much as he loves eating!
This lockdown has given me a great opportunity to try dishes that I've never got the time to try before, as such I never had to as most of them were readily available. I have come out of my comfort zone and cook innovative dishes, which otherwise I would’ve never been able to.
From scratch to completion, it's been an amazing experience to try new cuisines and delicacies, and i think I will continue to do this even after lockdown ends. "

As a person who has been working from home for most of her life, the idea of working from home for extended periods of time, (during a lockdown) is not new to me. However, this stint of working from home required that I manage my time and energies differently to stay healthy and happy. Apart from managing household chores and office work, I would divide my lockdown time into 3 overlapping segments, reading, entertainment, and well-being.

As a youngster, I was never much of a reader. As I grew older, I developed a steady reading habit primarily to be a good role model for my child. Now that I have cultivated an avid reading habit, I read as much as I can! My favourite genres of books include crime novels, historical fiction, and sci-fi thrillers. I am a very old-fashioned reader though; I like to feel the book in my hands when I read. I find it very difficult to read on electronic devices. This has limited my reading to the books I currently have at home. Some of them I have read and enjoyed multiple times. I have attached a picture of some of the books I read during these last few months.

In terms of entertaining myself I embarked on two adventures these past months. The first was pulling out an old 500-piece jigsaw puzzle from my attic and trying to solve it with my daughter. Funny enough, it is still a work in progress, and I have resigned to the fact that we may never solve it completely 😊. The second, comparatively more successful adventure, was unearthing my old book of crossword puzzles. I have been faring better at the crossword puzzles than I did with the jigsaw puzzle. Apart from there, Netflix and Amazon Prime have been my companions too.

In addition to these, I am actively making an effort to stay healthy by eating right and walking at least 15 kms a week. World over, there are so many people who have lost their livelihoods to this lockdown and hence, I am extremely grateful to have my family, friends, and my work to keep me going!

My lockdown diaries started in March when I was asked to be under Home Quarantine for 14 days when I visited my home town for attending a Wedding. For the first few weeks, it was a bit difficult to adjust to the reality that my home will be becoming my new office for a few weeks

My Lockdown Therapy is my little garden around my house. Usually, on a regular day to the office routine, I used to spend little time only on the weekend. After the Lockdown, with working from home possibilities I got an opportunity to spend an hour a day taking care of the plants which I have planted. We moved to a suburb, because of my personal interest to raise a few plants and maintain a small garden. Gardening Inspiration comes from my grandfather who is a farmer and my mother who is a garden enthusiast, that shaped my childhood in understanding plants and the positive energy they fill in our day to day lives

Today, I have close to 50+ fruits, flowering, and ornamental plants in and around my house and they filled a positive vibe during these pandemic times.
For the first time, my grapevine has a full bloom of grapes that filled our faces with happiness and I also have plans to start and raise a vegetable terrace garden on my terrace soon

During these times, our family adventure also started when we are blessed with a Baby girl and as a first-time parent I definitely got a quality time to spend with my newborn, she just turned two months old and there are so many stories which I can share with her once we come out of this pandemic and our lives return to normal

The date of March 6th is etched firmly in my memory. It was the last day I left my house. It took me a while to get a workable routine in place to keep myself functional and sane. The toughest part about this lockdown for me was that I missed a trip I had been planning for a while for the summer. I love to travel and the disappointment was immense. Fortunately for me, there is more than one way to travel. I chose to travel virtually. Historical and travel documentaries kept me going whenever the urge to escape my immediate surroundings hit me.

And to my immense pleasure, I discovered that my daughter loved them too. I get to spend time with my daughter doing something both of us loved. Afterwards, we talk about what we watched and she asks questions. It is very gratifying to see new worlds open up to her. It is also rather fun to plan our travels together whenever it is safe again.

A few of our favorite documentary series are Rick Steve’s Europe; Somebody Feed Phil; Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat; Antarctica: An year on ice; Sahara with Michael Palin ; The pyramid code; The Way Back Home series; and many many more….