Rain in Kalga

The rain poured on the tin roof at midnight. The distance of a breath separated me, From the rain that I have been waiting for forever. Hands clasped, the rain crashed. The dormant words, the dried lamentation. The space between myself and the rain narrowed down. The decade-old chase was nearing to an end. The … Continue reading Rain in Kalga


A Week in Photographs – II

Photographs are a visual record of the ephemeral transition of time. Each moment has essence of its own, the meaning for us to ponder. This weekly photo series is an attempt to preserve such tiny fractions of time and to carve meaning out of them. Home (1) The blue hills and the red rivers remind … Continue reading A Week in Photographs – II