So, am I excited for college?
Yes. No. Maybe. I don't know.
I’ve grown up an international millennial, across three homes and four schools. Across this gap year, little has remained constant: country to country, house to house. It's this family I’ll fall back on, always.
Bangalore feels very remote from here.
"In a landscape characterized by its tight-knit isolation, where things change, literally, glacially if at all, the transient population of tourists are the ones with the impacts that linger far beyond their ephemeral visits."
Everything they say about the Jaipur Literature Festival is true.
A few Wednesdays ago, I graduated high school—and just like that, I began the rest of my life.
I am thinking about the lost things.
Here are some facts. Today I am angry. I share these sentiments with many around the world. It is not a new anger. It has been festering for a long time.
Here is another fact. Today the United States has elected someone who believes climate change cannot exist because if it does it will negatively impact businesses.
Mornings in the Ghats are an exercise in pastel.