Mahesh has been in Oman for almost 25 years. He worked with the State Bank of India group, Banque Indo Suez, BankMuscat and Merrill Lynch before starting Trinity Investments. Why Trinity? Apparently because of the three women in his life... his wife and two daughters! You can contact him at email@example.com
The time has come to bid adieu…to the residue of the month of March, to the last vestiges of winter, and to what Lord Byron had so eloquently referred to as the “good old times” – as “all times when old are good.” However, the good old times threaten to be petering off, now that our very dear friends have actually firmed up their date to say Ma’a Salama and bid adieu to Oman-which has been their home for the past three decades.
“Beware the Ides of March” was what W.S. had warned us of, but with due apologies to him and the soothsayer and J.C, one can only hope that instead of being wary, you actually get to rejoice today - for this Ides of March happens to be on an alternate Wednesday and ergo - the TT day!
Welcome to this first day of the fourth month of the year. As is apparent, I am still in the Oscar mode or mood and hence am still in La La Land with those guys from PWC.
Beware the Ides of February…and so what if Shakespeare actually wrote, “Beware the Ides of March?”
While sitting down to pen this 170th article of the Trivial Travails , having no clue what-so-ever what to pen (quite like the previous 169), I decided to spend the evening in the garden musing on life. The weather couldn’t have been better and with ABCD to give me company (Atticus running around, Beethoven playing in the background, Cohiba between the fingers and the Dalmore-15 with rocks and a dash of water nestled in the other hand), I too, like Wodehouse, pondered that if you come to think of it, life is such a strange thing. “So unlike anything else, don’t you know, if you see what I mean?”