My life is a techni-colour experiment. I love travelling, meeting new people and random parties. Addicted to Arsenal FC, Photography and Extended Weekends, I am a wanderer with a craving for unknown places.

An Indian by birth, I have travelled extensively across the country. Born near the  overflowing banks of the Brahmaputra river, I grew up travelling the country as a child. During and after college, I have walked down to a rubber bridge in Mawlynnong, the cleanest village in Asia. Lived in the middle of the Mumbai terror attacks. I was there in Delhi when public outrage gave way to riots over women’s rights. Been dumped in Bangalore, accosted by Naxalites in Madhya Pradesh and gotten my mojo on in Rishikesh. From exotic wines in Kasauli to the Garo hills, I have also had my fair share of local flavours. Singapore and Malaysia was a leisure visit when I was still young. Currently based in Delhi, I will be travelling/writing/having fun a lot more hopefully.

I started writing a couple of years back. Lost a lot of photos when my laptop/backup crashed.

Having learned from my previous naivete, am making a fresh start. This blog is an extension of the things which matter to me and the stuff which keep me going. I might ramble at times but bear with it!! It will be worth it.

P.S. I have noticed that WordPress compresses images that I upload. Till the time I figure out how to post sharp and correct colour images here, kindly bear with the little loss in picture quality.


6 thoughts on “About

  1. Sujay –

    Glad to visit your wonderful blog! Your posts are so vibrant and full of life – reflective of your self – I assume!

    I also assume that you are from my homeland – Assam – Guwahati. Glad to know you!

    • Hi Monika, Thanks for the encouraging words 🙂 Yes, I am from Guwahati. Currently living in Delhi. It seems your a pretty good writer. I’ll make sure I pick up one of your books soon! Thanks again 🙂

  2. Hi Sujay,
    I am the manager of New Bone, a polish jazz band who had performed during 3rd International Delhi Jazz Festival. I just wanted to say thet your pictures from the festival are amazing, much better than every other I’ve seen. Thank you for capturing this moment! 🙂
    Keep up the great job! All the best, Agnieszka

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