The Indian Redeemer

In some of the earlier posts (Secluded Faith, If Technology Fails, Abundance), I have shared the lively experiences and ideas from Mount Abu, the place where I had not only been able to roam but also stayed for 10 months. This post, ‘The Indian Redeemer‘, is a recollection of the exceptional experiences of the first day of my entry into the Mount Abu wildlife sanctuary. My first day in Mount Abu was definitely one of the most wonderful and mysterious daysRead more

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Dispersing Sand

Suratgarh is one of the nine tehsils of the district Sri Ganganagar of Rajasthan. At the northern end, this district shares border with the Indian state of Punjab and the western limit is an international border with the Punjab of Pakistan. This proximity with the Punjab region explains the presence of significant Punjabi population and culture in Sri Ganganagar, especially in northern areas, and so popularly makes it known as ‘Punjab of Rajasthan’. In fact some notable people of PunjabiRead more