Mumbai Calling Smog India, well Mumbai really, is becoming my favourite place to see and spend time in. To those who have know me for a very long time, that is probably surprising. I would go to the ends of the Earth to watch the cricket team, but the actual country has always been more … Continue reading We Need to Talk India
The city that never sleepsFull of mystic, lights, billionaires & beggarsThe playground of Indian's eliteAnd kids play cricket on every streetHow I miss this city It may have the Gateway of India But it has the gateway to azadi Even if the smog blocks the lightWalk down the streets as the autos and kallipilli wizz … Continue reading Mumbai
This week has been über busy, but let's be honest, it's always busy. Been going out every night, but the highlight this week was seeing Aditi Mittal. Now, if you don't know who she is, then all you need to know is that she is hilarious! Quite useful, given that she is a comedians. Forget … Continue reading Aditi Mittal and going home
A book review, which lead to thoughts about representation in the media. Having representation in the media. When most people think of such a topic, they think of having a TV personality, I would even say that online stars (be it, YouTube, Instagram, Podcasts) is an important part of being viewed as accepted. What never … Continue reading The One Who Wrote Destiny, by Nikesh Shukla
My first week in India, aka my week in Mumbai.
So I went to India. Here's why, plus a quick joke made at Erik's expense