Back from India

There are times when one would suppose time stood still. And no matter what, yes, no matter what, it stood still. Because you long to be with the folks who have loved you selflessly, endlessly. Not an easy wish to be fulfilled. Well, I reached there. Stayed with parents for a couple of months. And for most part, it was in the same room that we shared the pleasure and the pain.
My trip to India had its highs and lows. But one could argue that it was eventful at every turn. And what more could be desired.

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Author: Saswat Pattanayak

Journalist, Generalist, Atheist, Poet, Lover, Photographer, Communist, Third wave Feminist, LGBT ally, Black power comrade, Peacenik, Anti-capitalist, Critical media theorist, Radical film critic, Academic non-elite…

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  1. Yeah i do feel the same. leaving behind ur love ones and staying away from them (whatever be the reason) is very painful. And m sure nobody can express what the heart is saying at the moment when they are with their near and dear after a long time.

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