02 October, 2012

To Sangram

To Sangram, the explosive paradox, whose life was neither lengthy, logical or deliberate

Camouflage

That nose...

Always the one to wear the pants in the family

Baba Sangram presiding over morning yoga sessions



The Grand Old Man

11 comments:

  1. awww...such lovely pictures. will miss him so much :(

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  2. and yes, about the "paradox"...it's eerie how we came across that days before sangu passed on :(

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    1. Yes! I actually went back to check on the dates.

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  3. and he was certainly the most photogenic of all the dogs we've ever had! i can't stop looking at his pictures and smiling.

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    1. When it came to posing he met his match in Coco bean alone.

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  4. Fearless and craven, devilish and saintly (bhramchari and vegetarian), lovable and exasperating, home loving and renowned for roaming and loafing all aver. Difficult to categorize the fellow. Disobedient but a sucker for food (particularly fruits). An irreplaceable part of our family.

    Quite a blog you have got going here Miss!

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    1. In spite of all his sins, and the Rasmai canine temptations, he did keeps his Brahmachari vows...

      @ blog appreciation: Thank you! :)

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  5. He was quite handsome indeed.

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    1. And he walked with a strut that meant he knew it :)

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  6. I've never met him, but I've heard so much about him (and now seen all these pics) - I'll also miss him!
    p.s. I'd be dead scared of him though (and I think he'd appreciate that sentiment)

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    1. Oh yes he loved scaring (and taking a nip off) strangers. He had quite a few conquests to his name!

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