Wearabout are we? Lessons from people, streets and times

Browsing through the Wearabout blog is an enthralling experience altogether. One of the most notable format in Wearabout is that of drawing parallels. In one such post titled ‘Boot Boys & Recycling Girls’ the post is a juxtaposition of two images: of two young boys who work in a shoe shop/restaurant in Shillong and of…

Walking down the Historic Lane: Snippets of Colonial Darjeeling

Darjeeling, the Queen of Hills, has a complex history. The sleepy town that we see today has a history woven collectively by the Gorkhas, Bhutias, Lepchas, Bengalis and British colonisers amongst others. We stopped by Darjeeling to capture snippets of what it feels like to walk down dark alleys, steep staircases and busy market places….