Sunday, February 11, 2007

My daughter Adithi


This was Adithi's first visit to a vineyard located about 50 kms from Hyderabad at Mulugu village enroute Shameerpet. Adithi was exited seeing bunches of luscious black and green grapes hanging from the vines. The farm is owned by Phani's (my husband) colleague, Sunita and her husband. It was a learning experience as we understood the whole process of growing grapes, packing and exporting them to England and Holland. And believe me it is not an easy task. I really came back in awe of Sunita's amazing grit and determination. Kudos to such Women!

7 comments:

suma nagaraj said...

Ya it is good way to keep in touch. The photos look really good.
Adi is looking cute and like one of bunches of grapes.

Manjula said...

Thanks Suma

Mysorean said...

Vineyards are quite a complicated business! Packing them such that they don't get crushed and actually get to Holland and England undamaged is a challenge in itself. Commercial handling of the entrie transaction is another topic altogether.

Manjula said...

Very true, it is solid slogging.

Prasad said...

Hello Manju Tai,

A very good blog indeed. Nice collection of photos.

Way to go!!!

Prasad

Manjula said...

Thanks Prasad.

Girish said...

Hey Manju....
Just back from Kakinada, where Phani's colleague Murthy (Chappell) played excellent host.....enjoyed reading your blog...keep it up...
Girish