Small yet much needed breaks from the bumpy-jumpy ride to Bomdila of the West Kameng district in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Yes, it did shake our bodies to its bones.
On our way to Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, we spotted a tiny little tea shop in the Dhirang Vallery. A lone girl of late twenties lived there alone, running the tea shop all by herself, surrounded by vast expanses of mountains and more mountains without a speck of settlements in sight!
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On a warm sultry day, when the mini bus broke down in the middle of the road,
when the eleven people inside were parched and dry as a bone, this brought brought some relief. Also what a grand coconut seller he was, straight out of some old storybook!
One quiet, drowsy night while I fought my sleep, Kunal played a mellow tune at the Eames! How I miss this boy and this place - Kunal and National Institute of Design.
The meandering narrow lanes of Udaipur were characterised by tiny little houses adorning bright splashes of colour with tall street lamps that seemed to lift an entire load of tangled, twisted and knotted cables all by itself. Spotted a stray pupplet staring back at me as I sketched the scene.
The ghats of Udaipur!
Learning five seconds gesture drawing while the flamingos posed in the zoo with my animation batchmates back in the sweltering summer of 2013 in NID, Ahemedabad.