My first memory of scarves is of a dupatta that you wear around your neck over a salvar or chudidar. I loved wearing them and was only allowed to wear them on special occasions for my mother feared I would lose it–even though I begged to wear them daily. Mostly I wore dupattas to church … More “The Real Revolution is the Evolution of the Mind”–Public Enemy
**This post was originally written on November 14th, but I delayed the post because yesterday’s poem felt more right as the one to share first.** Today I was going to blog about the incredible food here in Paris and had already prepared a draft in my head last night over dinner which by the way … More 13
A fog of silence burrows through the narrow streets. I walk through whispers and murmurs that follow behind. We are the lucky ones; we know it. Each silently embracing the other—in our minds as we pass on the eerily empty streets. Simultaneously wondering if it’s really over —or— if there’s more to come Are we … More Day After
A few months ago, N and I chose to add on Paris to our India trip itinerary mostly because this was N’s first time out of the country. The moment I began to share the news with friends and family I got two responses simultaneously: 1. OMG! I’m so jealous! You’ll love it! 2. You … More The Truth is I’ve Fallen in Love!