I am a storyteller and a teacher. For years I have shared with students my adventures traveling the world with my family. The most popular stories were the tales from the ancient world. . . .Rome, Egypt, Greece. And when my professor husband was taking architecture students to India to learn and travel, it was a once in a lifetime opportunity. Through my eyes and words, I want each of you, students, family, grandchildren, and bloggers to experience this exotic, ancient country.
India, which is standing on the brink of becoming a world power, is one of the oldest and most influential cultures in the history of the world. Sadly in the west, it is not so well known. I will share tales along the way from my four month journey. It won’t be a journal blog, but more a collection of postcards. I will tell tales of ancient, as well as modern India, share pictures and stories through my words and eyes that will allow you to join me. Writing is to be read and the discipline of writing my memories will insure that I have written tales at the end. Please ask questions and comment. The dialogue will spur me on!
India is indeed incredible and not just an example of alliteration. Even after my months back in New York, memories, news stories, and pictures pop into my mind to remind me of that far off magical place, so I am still sharing.
This quote of a blogger friend sums up so clearly my thoughts on India :
“India leaves her mark on her guests in a most haunting, compelling, and often surprising way. I suspect that even now you are trying to figure out how to get back there!” – From Ninagrandiose’s blog
Ninagrandiose, that is how I feel exactly!
It is my dream to visit India again next year, please read my blog and discover why!