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'We're having all the wrong debates'--Tamar Haspel

Robert Indiana, Eat/Die, 1962.

Award-winning journalist Tamar Haspel makes the case in her latest Washington Post column for exchanging our polarizing arguments about food issues for debates about stuff that really matters. 427 more words


Three days in Agra minus the Taj Mahal.

8th-12th April 2015

Thankfully, our second train journey from Varanasi to Agra was significantly less eventful than the first, albeit not without its own niggles. Again, we arrived at the station with plenty of time, and there was a train already waiting at our scheduled platform. 1,450 more words


Lure of the Taj

“Love is not finding someone to live with; its finding someone you cannot live without”

Love is immeasurable…undefined….limitless…boundless…we seek to be loved forever, remembered forever….. 770 more words

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Looking towards Taj by valx0q

Taj Mahal viewed from the red fort of Agra

As Seen on 500px – May 27, 2015 at 09:02PM


Pathway to The Taj Mahal by VidhyaNarayanan

Vidhya Narayanan Photography
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Hands Down-India Wins!!!

With three cars surrounding the BMW I was sitting in, one on either side and one in front, we crawled to a halt as a man riding a donkey jumped the central reservation of the two lane highway we were about to enter, getting hit immediately by another on coming vehicle, one that was trying to overtake us on the right hand side, hitting the donkey broadside, throwing its rider ten feet up into the air and then down straight through its windshield, severing his head into two parts. 756 more words

Turbans and the Taj

We travelled east from Jaipur to Agra. Just on the outskirts of Jaipur we came across Hanuman (Monkey) Temple. Seriously this place should be a movie set for something like Raiders of the Lost Ark!   762 more words