So I always carry a few things to make myself feel at home - my dad’s gloves, my diary, hand kerchief, my laptop, a book to read, a water bottle, a pair of dresses, a few pens and my body guard – a small picture of God that fits into my wallet. The night I flew home from Bangalore to see my dad for the last time, this is all I had (except dad’s gloves) - I began to carry them in laptop bag since 2011, after I lost him. Somehow feels, I am not alone.
I mostly do super short trips that can bring me back home on the same day or the next day. We friends always keep discussing short trips and do a thousand virtual tours (It is easier to travel in the mind). My trips captured in Tripoto speak volumes about that intent - Single day tours.
So again, this was one of those one-quick-call trips – No planning at all. She just called me to check if I was game to go to Nabadwip.
I am that battery – Eveready!!
Nabadwip - Historic Importance
Associated with Lord Sri. Chaitanya who preached Vaishnab ideas and was a social reformer in the 16th Century
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