It's the end of July. Which book moves on?
The Rooster Summer Reading Challenge It's July week four, which means Amelia Gray must choose!
The wedding arrives, and our author finds his role is more than just that of guest. But playing the pious Hindu brother doesn’t come easy. The sixth in a series of travel essays.
As relatives gather for a wedding, Pasha Malla faces tough questions about why his family moved away from Jammu and Kashmir and tries to figure out what, exactly, they left behind. Part five of his travel journal.
Along bumpy roads and past intimidating border posts, our author heads north for his cousin’s wedding and discovers safety might be just a state of mind, in the fourth installment in his travel journal.
On a trip back to India, our author sees the shining new face of the country’s idealistic business elite—and also the not-so-shining parts. The third installment in a series of travel essays.
On a trip back to India, Pasha Malla sets his itinerary in search of his past. He gets up close and personal in a nation of arranged marriages, in the second installment in his travel journal.
On a trip back to India, our author sets his itinerary in search of his past. But in an ever-changing country, history can be difficult to find. The first in a series of travel essays.