Category: Lockdown Writing

Colors of Anguish

Lockdown Scribble: the return to village…the reverse migration. (This image is from Indian Express newspaper) Mayuri twirled. The sequins on her frock shimmering in the afternoon sun, matching the colours in her glass bangles, her multicoloured worn out sandals. The dress was a birthday gift from Aunty in whose house her mother worked part time.…

Missing words

This is happening for second time. I post a blog and when I recheck my site, after few hours, I find paragraphs missing or corrections not implemented. I still have to master the Block Editor 😡

Hong Kong… An Eclectic Mix

Hong Kong is news once again… a victim of its own magnetic desirability. Along with rest of the world I wish the Island country will soon stop looking over its shoulders for ‘A Visit from the Goon Squad’ (Jennifer Egan’s novel ). It did that in 1997 (Handover) and once again, 2020. My first impression…

Summer of 2019: Waterton, Canada

2020 has set its own travel and tourism agenda. While we wait for flights, domestic and international, to resume we can staple the places we want to visit and revisit. For me it is Waterton and I was looking to fill in the blanks of my 2019 amble in the Park.  WATERTON, ALBERTA: Place names entice visitors…