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Perfectly Groomed Masculinity

Walking into the fort of Jaisalmer, you will be amazed by its massive fort wall, cobble stone streets, intricately crafted gates, and pristine location; walking down the narrow lanes of the old town, fabric stores loaded with colourful prints, smell … Continue reading

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Blues – Flavors of India Second Class Train

On a moonless midnight, I boarded a train in Khajuraho going towards Alliabad, which was originated from Agra. It was already full, what I mean full is two butts sharing a single seat, there were shelters of crisscrossed legs from … Continue reading

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Like a grandpa

Cheap kitchen tools, deformed Barbie dolls, tacky fortune telling robot, pekora and jalebi, that’s Indian fun fair, they call it Mela. There was a Mela to celebrate the end of monsoon season in McLeod Gang, where I was volunteering as … Continue reading

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Low lights of the Highlight in an Indian Wedding

When I was in Rajasthan this February, it  happened to be the wedding season, I bumped into countless processions on the streets and what attracted my attention the most was not the glamorous ceremony or how many free food they … Continue reading

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Indian 2nd Class Train album release soon

It was a careless travel plan in my first visit to India, that put me into a second class carriage on a 24 hours journey from Mumbai to Jaisalmer. It’s very very uncomfortable, but at the end I got addicted … Continue reading

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