Tag Archive: Indian

Class or crass: India’s Middle Class

One of the biggest culture shocks I am now experiencing relates to what is considered to be “class” or behaviour that represents economic and social status.  It isn’t something I saw much of… Continue reading

Is it time for the Girl in India?: Satya Mev Jayate

A few weeks ago I wrote about how India had turned me into a feminist after seeing and learning about the treatment of women here.  Many people have spoken to me about this… Continue reading

Morning Walks in Bandra: Pictorial Post

I have settled into the bayside suburb of Bandra, otherwise known as the Queen of Suburbs. It is home to Shah Rukh Khan and other lesser known but glamorous people and lots of… Continue reading

Enter Maximum City: Mumbai

I landed in Mumbai late at night, but even through the darkness and steamed up windows of my taxi, it felt like a world away from the rest of India. Cramped high rise… Continue reading

Pictorial Post: Udaipur

Udaipur is one of the few places I have visited twice in my past 9 months of travel.  It was my first port of call after leaving my family in Gujarat at the… Continue reading

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