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30
May

Varanasi Journal

01.12.12 Walked almost the entire length of the Ghats today, including the aptly named ‘Burning Ghats’, where the funeral pyres burn 24hrs a day. The wood used…

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23
May

The Grass is Greener

I recently read a brief article on a website called Democratic Paper, wherein the author argues that the western media seems to want to paint a…

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03
Feb

Heraclitus, Ikiru and Storytelling

"He saw that the water continually flowed and flowed and yet it was always there; it was always the same and yet every moment it was…

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05
Jan

Thar Desert Journal

12.11.12 We are back in Jaisalmer after riding camels in the Thar Desert for four days. We came back a day early because Leon got heat…

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14
Dec

Kolkata Journal

08.12.12 Arrived in Kolkata this morning on the overnight train from Varanasi. A city of opulence in decay. Everywhere there are big old colonial buildings with their…

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07
Dec

Euphorbia

I have always admired plants. I studied botany at university for about a year and found myself fascinated by way they function and the ingenious and…

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