Autumn Diaries – I

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September 14, 2015 by katmcdaniel

Would you like to go to India? Jump in to Chitra Raag’s fiercely beautiful blog and you will be transported. This strong woman with magical talent is beginning a new series on Autumn in India that promises an abundance of enchantment.

Welcome to My Caravansary

No, it is not autumn yet but the sun is already yellowing like the big crisp leaves on my wild old Saal in September used to, before it was felled. Afternoons have become thicker, like a big spoonful of sun dissolved in a glass of water, quieter like the fisherman who sits for hours on the riverbank with his bait, and as clear as mama’s savory broth cooked on low flame. Afternoons are already lazing out under huge shady Molshree trees with their favorite autumnal pastimes on their laps, holidaying after months of stormy turmoil. Their long sabbatical is about to begin and will continue till winter drudgeries begin. Yes, I can smell it in the gentleness of the air, I can feel it – on my skin and inside me, I can hear it in the soft rustling of the Amaltas leaves, I can see it everywhere around me…

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