She flows, tempestuous and carefree, out of the womb of the Shivaliks and into the floodplains that feed millions of hungry mouths.
World Wildlife Day 2020: Here’s to a More Sustainable Decade
This World Wildlife Day, we look forward towards a decade of sustaining biodiversity in all its forms on our beautiful Earth
Parched: Glimpses of India’s Water Woes
The water from the well is bitter, sharp. Tastes like one of those pills that is supposed to solve your issues but doesn’t really do its job. You swallow, wishing for a better aftertaste, but maybe the purpose of swallowing was not for the taste but for the coolness that settles in your throat afterwards.…
Searching for Humility: My Return to Niagara Falls
One of my favourite state parks in the USA is Niagara Falls State Park, a mere four hours away on the border between the US and Canada. If you took a poll of the denizens of the US, a large number of people would express enthusiasm when asked about Niagara Falls. Who doesn't enjoy taking…