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Built in 1926,… [more] Postcards – Sule Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar From the distance, the golden stupa of Sule Pagoda gleams at sunset is one of the most visible… [more] 10 Lessons Traveling Taught About Life Read full article | No Comments Travel means different things to different people. From traditional life perspective, travel is a destination, place outside of normalcy – a bubble. Life pauses while away and resumes on return. Life means different things to different people. Its excitement, struggle, frustration, acceptance, happiness and contentment, happening independently and simultaneously on a forward path. But what [...] Read More Water of Ganges – “Filtering India” Part 3 Read full article | No Comments “Give me Your hands.” Said the older man with pushed back wet hair and a distinguished mustache so typical of Indian man to match. The little girl, one hand latched onto her mother who stood on the dry ghat steps, the other in full reach towards her father. Her brother, a little shorter and younger, [...] Read More On Value of Living Without Read full article | No Comments India The fan blades above whooshes in earnest, swapping hot with hotter air from one corner of the room to the other. The searing summer heat lingered into the night like an obsessed ex refusing to move on. With a cold shower and staying perfectly still under the perpetual fan, sleep usually comes past midnight [...] Read More Postcards – Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India (Part 1) Read full article | No Comments Ganges Ganges, the longest river of India, running 2500 kilometers from west Himalayas through the Gangetic plain of North India empties into the Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh. Along her holy girth, millions of inhabitants depend their livelihood each day on the water she brings for bathing, laundry, cooking and to perform rituals for blessing [...] Read More PassportAnywhere has Moved! 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