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It has been a bright sunny day, here in Guwahati, as the Indian summer has started in the plains. T shirts are out and everybody is in summer wear. People are hurrying back home from work. The cars are all honking. Traffic is piling up. Just another day. But, for me, it is not just another day.
It is evening. I walk up to the Brahmaputra in Guwahati. The air is still and the mighty river is calm. The waters are low and ...
I've been in Bangalore for over 3,5 months now, that means that my project is over. In the last couple of weeks I’ve seen a lot of people leave. First Katie and Jamie, two open and cheerful women with whom I spent many evenings (and nights) talking about everything and nothing. Then Carl and Vincent left, my buddies with whom I attended many parties. Roy left after them, I will miss our deep conversations.
And now am I ...
At the entrance to many of the homes and apartments in our neighborhood (and even in front of some commercial shops and restaurants) are hand drawn rangoli designs. These geometric shapes are a form of Hindu folk art that serves as decoration and good luck. They are drawn with chalk or rice flour to which colors of vermillion, turmeric, and other colors can be added. Rangolis are also used to ...
Deciding we needed a proper breakfast we got a tuck tuck to Bangalore centre and walked up and down a road full of food options. We decided on 'coffee café day' (yes this is its actual name) where we both had a sandwich. Alice finished her sandwich full whereas for me it was just a starter so we moved onto McDonalds, then subway. Finally after buying stuff from the supermarket I was finally full! Alice was not impressed with having to follow me around and watch me eat. ...
At Parikrma, everyone knew we were leaving. From teachers and students, we got lots of questions as to when we were coming back - it was tough to have to say that we didn't know. For all the frustrations the children sometimes created for us, they still really appreciated our presence, our friendship, and our desire to be a part of their lives and to help them succeed. As for the teachers, they gave us great friendship and support our whole ...