memoirs from the past

Museums are the places where one can LEARN.

Recently I learnt about idiosyncrasies of the fairer sex, since as early as 8th century!



If this habit started that long ago, nobody is to blame the jewel fanatic women of 21st century 😉

Plus, now with so many artificial alternatives, accessories can be designed to mimic that of any possible era, and its AFFORDABLE! 😀


Although these jewellery now form an extensive part of our history and an indispensable part of our museums, they precisely depict the fancy lifestyle of the Princesses! It would be ridiculous if we didn’t follow the footsteps of our past 😉

Thanks to Museum Of Islamic Art, Ad Dawhah, Qatar for teaching me this lesson 😉

glorious ancient times!

While reading the newspaper some days back, I realized how much science and technology has advanced in the last few years! 

And I love it! Love the way mankind is fast approaching to a scientifically advanced future

The tall glass buildings, carefully engineered bridges and opera halls look spectacular. But, to me, they aren’t as fascinating as our historic monuments.

Yes, I am a history-loving person. I love the history behind each castle, the romantic stories hidden in each palace and the glory of wars of each fort. Chronicles and reigns of royal families captivate me.

Indeed I love the present day architecture, but I may say I am slightly fonder of the ancient times.

Obviously, after living in a civic apartment, one endears the idea of hugely decorated dorms, studded with semi precious stones and “a room for everything”. The added benefits may be a huge garden having a fountain with continuous fresh water flow. Or probably a backyard riverside. 😉

I mean, imagine, what a life!! No worries of electricity and water bills. Even if one has to light oil-lamps, there is no worry of rising oil price!

I may be too dreamy to consider the lives of only the royals, after all there must be a common-man-life even in that era.

But when I visit a fort (which to promote a country/state is now converted to a museum/heritage site/tourist spot) I see the vision what the kings and princes of those days must have seen.

Thanks to tourist guides, visitors just know about the glory of an archaeological structure. They cease to realize, those were not just the building blocks of today’s advance structures, but also a learning book passed on from our past for us.


Visit to Katara, Doha-Qatar