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See all the down-and-out lickers and fuckers
Down the Embankment they tumble
Unable any longer to bear much reality
Too much self-knowledge… 212 more words


Rickshaw Drivers

Waiting for some business, some rickshaw drivers play Chinese chess. Near Prince Gong’s Mansion.


Exploring the hub of Indian government, commerce and finance

Delhi, one of the fastest growing cities in the world

I couldn’t escape the heat. When I got back to Delhi from Varanasi it was still hotter than Hell. 306 more words


The llama lives on...

September thursday. Drying leaves on alley trees, the air cold and crisp, passers-by enjoying the last rays of a dying summer.

It was about six months ago when I swapped Kolkata’s manic dust clouds for this. 368 more words

Delhi to Desert

The ride into Delhi from the airport was surprisingly smooth, in a hokey little taxi through tree lined avenues, that is until we pulled into the hotel’s suburb, Karol Bagh. 2,012 more words

Rickshaws and Rickshaw Drivers: Take 1

It’s been quite a few days since I last blogged and since my last post, I have left Bombay and moved to Pune, the city where I will be spending the majority of my time this semester. 589 more words

First Impressions