Kazhaks90.com is now on a new course of direction and action that would be worthwhile in all respects for all the members of the Class of 1990, in particular and the Kazhak community in general.
MH, of the Class of 1989 takes off from where Krishna Kishore left, in adding to the ever growing unique lexicon of the cadets of Sainik School, Kazhakootam, Trivandrum.
When I see the, hoisted national flag outside my office waving gently in the slow breeze, my heart fills with the memory of all those soldiers known and unknown who gave up their today to keep our tomorrows safe and all those who lost their life to keep our nation flag up there, flying. And it dawns on me yet again that I am an Indian and then my heart starts echoing the parting words of Rambo in First Blood, my childhood hero I grew upon and I join the chorus with all those brave hearts,”Do our country love us as much as we love it ?”
It wasn’t just adultery that roamed the dark corners of the Art Class. At times when Roy was around in session, even medieval torture and eerie natural forces made their presence felt too. It also had its surprising after-effects. Art Class gave me one of my staunchest allies in my gleeful journey to depravity, my thicker-than-blood-brother, dear Mukkulam aka Roy V Mathew.