If you left "home" behind you a long time ago, is going "home for the holidays" really going home?
I remember what it's like to be home during Durga Puja, the most important festival for Bengalis. I miss it.
I do want to share some thoughts on what I’ve been through as a new blogger, as well as call out some people without whom it wouldn’t have been possible, but right now, I’m going to share another milestone.
In four days, I’ll turn 40.
Yup, I thought I’d get a bigger reaction out of you with that one. Time flies when you’re having fun.
I don’t know if […]
Communicators: how do you use your lens to impact the world?
While channel-surfing a couple of years ago, I came across the documentary “Born into Brothels.” Having been born and brought up in Calcutta (now Kolkata), I was instantly captivated by the story. More than that, I was touched by Zana Briski‘s commitment to these children born, through no fault of their own, on the wrong side of the street; and her covenant to open their eyes and bring them the riches of hope – through a camera lens.