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Writing from the Mountains

Includes song recommendation’s for the end of 2021

Hello!

My fingers are frozen as I write this to you. I’m sitting in the Himalayan Foothills in a cottage on top of a hill. The temperature has been around 3–6 degrees and all I see outside my window is white. The white of the clouds. It’s not snowing yet, something I hope it would, but it’s been raining on…

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A repository of all the newsletters sent out by Akshay Gajria where he recommnededs stories in all their various formats, and music, good reads, and many other such musings that pass through his writing desk.

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Akshay Gajria

Akshay Gajria

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