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More Reasons to Write


The month started with a trip to beautiful Assam and after almost two years, it greeted me quite adventurously. To work while traveling has been the only constant in my life and it has always been a good idea. Carrying the completion of this edition on my shoulders, I was elated to find inspiration in a new form even though it was familiar. Spontaneity is something I always enjoyed and this time I saw it closely and it did f!@$$ me up in the most “fabulous” way ever.

Assam turned out to be revelating and made me quite opinionated about the situation there, politically and also the general conduct of people there. My friends who live there seem to have a ball of a time but I am sure their struggles on a day to day basis are even hard for us to comprehend. Being selfish is sometimes the way to go, that doesn’t make you inconsiderate. My dog Abby, sat endless hours with me procrastinating giving me the gist of life. You have to know the balance, I figured.

Trying to escape the Bombay heat, we kept tele-porting ourselves to the mountains. I was very lucky to actually witness the rains in the colorful month of spring after ten years in my hometown and around. The bandwagon of emotions as the rain splattered on the windscreen did not make me nostalgic because I am learning to trust my gut and get out. Drinking this. Eating that.

This issue will take out on our Co-Editor’s sublime trip to the mountains. It will explore Meghalaya’s raw energy through Gregory’s eyes and also the power of belief through Olek’s story. Our never ending affair with travel cafe’s led to a piece and also mountain food which we can’t seem to forget has also found its way here. The interesting souls you encounter will always amaze you and inspire you endlessly.

Hence,I am writing more.

Much Much Love






The sunglasses, the backpack, the ticket, my favorite songs, the journey, the destination, the people, a new dialect, the food, the sights, the lights, the nights, the mountains, the sun sets, the beach, my journal, tea, and a book; this is an assimilation of my time and space. Hailing from a quaint town called Dibrugarh in Assam, it has been imparted on me, that to travel, is to live!