It’s been five months since I’m in India and I find myself thinking more and more about home. What I miss the most is being invisible, being able just to walk down the street without thousands of curious eyes watching me. I am tired of chaos, noise and pollution in Indian streets. I miss proper order, cleanliness and freedom. As soon as you cross the threshold of the street – you can never be relaxed. That’s the kind of life is in here. Continue reading
Utopian communities were extremely popular in XIX c., when people wanted to create a better world – free from social stratification, injustice and restrictions. However, most of them didn‘t last more than a few years.
Auroville, established in 1968 is a place where people from all over the world come to live, volunteer or just visit. The main values of this community is equality, diversity of all religions, nations, and peace. There are about 2500 people who can call themselves as Aurovillians, also you can find a lot of local Indians working here, international volunteers and tourists. Continue reading
January was the last month of our internship at Niraj International School. I spent really nice time there, but I was eager to go out of Hyderabad as soon as possible and to explore other parts of India.
An auto rickshaw driver, which took us to the train station, instead of farewell said „Thank you for visiting my country“. That was probably the nicest thing I have ever heard from drivers in Hyderabad. He didn‘t know that our journey has just begun. Continue reading