Monthly Archives: May 2016

Life along the ghats in Banaras

Varanasi is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world and many have called it home for years. Many faithful Hindus believe if one can make the journey before his heart stops beating, to die in the holiest city in India is to be set on the path to Nirvana. The body will […]

Of American wings and Indian roots

A recent article in New York Times led me to this photo of immigrants being served a free meal as they disembarked onto New York’s Ellis island in the early 1900s. The image flipped opened a keepsake box of emotions and personal experiences. In May this year, it has been 15 years since SK and […]