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Article 'I Went to Kashmir after its Autonomy was Revoked' on travel blog Teja on the Horizon | Sun obscured by hazy cloud with its light reflecting matte on the surface of Nigeen Lake, Kashmir 2

I Went to Kashmir After Its Autonomy Was Revoked

I went to Srinagar in September 2019, when Kashmir was still in turmoil. On 5 August, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP-led government had suddenly and unilaterally revoked Article 370 in the Indian Constitution. At the time, I...

'Rapa Nui Inspiration: An Unexpected Way to Tahai ' travelogue on sustainable travel blog Teja on the Horizon | slow travel stories | Easter Island statues | moai at Tahai Archaelogical Complex | Isla de Pascua, Chilean Polynesia 11

Rapa Nui Moai Saga: My Unexpected Way to Tahai

My first morning in Rapa Nui* broke with rain. The incandescent sky of the previous day had been quickly overtaken by storm clouds fetched by the fleet Pacific winds. Overnight, the wind howled over the roof tiles, making me feel...

"How do you enjoy art without feeling the human behind the poured genius?" | Travel Poetry article | Travel blog Teja on the Horizon | personal growth and wholeness | creativity, pain, and depression | self-doubt and fear 0

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How do you enjoy art without feeling the human behind the poured genius? You are afraid of grief. You cannot bear to listen to trauma and refuse to note its signs not even when it’s clear, and bleeding, and serious....

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