A visit to a random slum in the Narakasur Hill area for our project.
Man even the slums look nice here!
This was submitted to a Daily Post prompt: Local
I found it simple once;
Life, as it was, an honest fare.
Spent in anticipation, of joy;
Not a care. Continue reading Then And Now
In light of recent events, there’s a lot of discussion going on about the rise of intolerance in the country. Reports of communal violence have increased (only reports, mind you), celebrities are being ostracised for their statements, students are being branded as anti-nationals just for their opinions. But all have a common denominator, one that people fail to focus on. Continue reading The truth about Intolerance
The night when we were in complete darkness, I found light.
Submitted to the Daily Post prompt: Candle
Seeping through the threads
Crawling o’er the skin,
The cold sets in.
Soaking in the rain.
A contrast of senses,
The exterior in confusion.
Almost a transformation,
The world above and below.
Turbulence ensuing, the world outside,
An o’erpowering calmness inside.
Immersed in melody, (a) sea of emotions,
As I was drenched in the rain.
Cover photo: Rain Room, 2012, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY ©Random International