Rules for survivin hyd summer’s

The heat is on…

Summers in our city can really be messy, unless you have a personal AC following you! Here are rules to break even that hot summer morning, noon.

1. There are many hawkers who sell coconut water, like the ones near necklace road, secundrabd station and so on. Make sure you drink one glass everyday.

2. Avoid family outing to ramoji city, sanghi nagar, hi-tech, shilparamam in the morning or noon. These places are pleasant in the evening.so; head out for them at the right time

3. Go for a movie if you want to prasads, pvr or sensation. The cool ac and the Telugu movie can make u sleep for a while.

4. I ask the people of the city to have makeshifts and put an earthen pot of water. Be it outside your gate, office or even a busstop.people can quench their thirst here.

5. Last but not the least, avoid going out in May. If is the hottest month of summer and hyd temperatures will rise above the normal. So, sit at home and read the blog, savor a mango or take a dip in the pool.But, do not take a dip in the sweat, heat and sultry summer

2 Comments so far

  1. kartik (unregistered) on May 17th, 2007 @ 5:47 pm

    Hi! I think the heat in Hyderabad deserves a little more attention. For some reason I see no one putting pressure on the authorities to increase greenery in the city. Infact Bangalore which is almost 10 degrees cooler than Hyd seems to be more bothered abt the weather and greenery than Hyd. The situation is terrible and even thinking about going to Hyd makes me sweat! You guys seem to have all the access to write here so maybe you guys should try and atleast write more about the urban forest that is hyderabad, how there are no open spaces and how the word “tree” is forgotten in a hyderabadi’s vocabulary.


  2. Deepthi (unregistered) on May 18th, 2007 @ 10:13 pm

    Karthik,

    you are right bout the situation.the city needs more greenery than any thing else right now.instead of concentrating on flyovers,malls etc.I think we need to plant more saplings for a better tomorrw.maybe a green drive would be a great intiative.

    Cheers,
    Deepthi



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