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Patna Through The Eye Of The Third Kind

Snapshots of Patna seen through photographs—people, places and poetry

Patna Through The Eye Of The Third Kind
“All cities exist in memory.” |
Photographs of Patna by Chinki Sinha
Patna Through The Eye Of The Third Kind
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2022-01-06T07:57:00+05:30

Mist dawns in Patna, a city I skipped visiting until an unforeseeable fut­ure and is far from the city I bel­ong to and one I am quarantined to by a stroke of luck. It is not even winter, but shivering is held in the photographs I browse and swipe up and down on a social media platform.

Quarantined, I saunter across the bridges to the world outside, built by others using photographs and odd news.

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