It’s the darkest night of year, an amavasya – a moonless one.
But thanks to the customs, it is the most luminous and vivid too. Even the traditions teach us to overcome the dark times by celebrating with love, light and colors.
Summers have begun. During childhood, we would anticipate the sound of the Kulfi/Gole wale uncle’s bell. Family members would never decline our request and hand us that 5 – 10 rs note. Being “broke” was probably not part of the dictionary at that time or maybe that expression on our face was more worthy than […]
Monkey: Sir, can you please help me with one thing? Human: With what? M: Open this lock here, been trying to get out of this cage since I was born. H: Why? People come here to educate themselves about different animals like you. M: Educate sir? I think you are mistaken, this is not how […]