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FAREWELL By Neel Anil Panicker I have a confession to make. I hate farewells. Farewells are meant for those whom you would never meet, ever again. At least that’s what I make of it. I have a morbid fear of farewells. I guess it dates back to my childhood. As a child we were visited … Continue reading neelwritesblog#traveller’stales/keraladiary/farewell/part1/02/10/2016

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A Pilgrim’s Progress- Around Haji Ali Dargah By Neel Anil Panicker Raghav felt a tug and turned around to find sickly fingers pulling at the edges of his shirt sleeves. The free hand, twiggy to the bones, were clutching a half broken yellowed plastic bowl with more holes in it than the dirty pock marked … Continue reading neelwritesblog.wordpress.com/novella/chapter22aroundhajialidargah/30/08/2016