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September 10, 2011 / Vandita

Why is my Blog ID titled so?

The name I’ve chosen is deliberate and caliberated towards deliberation. In Hindi (Devnagari) van is a wooded forest while ‘dita’ is a tree with medicinal sap (Oxford dictionary) found in forests.  Dheet in Hindi translates as stubborn  with a ring of affectionate indulgence to it; the ”a” is a language game and feminizes this neutral gender noun cum adjective.  Ka is complicated. Right now let us just say that you’re right when you say it’s a simple connective. :)Vroom is personal since I love motorcycles and would love to see how life, speed and literature connect.

PS.: I love to talk and study and I love to interpret… what else would you expect from  a teacher of Delhi University!!

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  1. Ram C Mishra / Sep 23 2011 2:06 am

    I was writing on this page and was looking for references when Zemanta suggested this post from you.

    वन का दिता व्रूम Interesting !

    • Vandita / Oct 1 2011 4:07 am

      Thank you Ram. I have been able to read your post today. Just got to getting WordPress savvy. Aap touch mein rahiyega. Hindi sahitya ya Sanskrit varnavali/ sahitya ke liye mein apko pareshaan karoongee. Ek baar aur, dhanyavaad. 🙂

  2. Christopher Evans MD @ EDCNewMedia / Sep 30 2011 10:57 pm

    Excellent blog ! Extremely interesting work. Keep it up. I shall certainly be returning to learn more.

    • Vandita / Oct 1 2011 4:04 am

      Thank you, Christopher 🙂 I look forward to your critical insights.

  3. Vandita / Oct 1 2011 4:08 am

    Thankyou, Dr. Tandon.

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