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Today is the International Day of Tropics. I haven't written since my last Post in the year 2020 and this is going to be a little new for me. Now that I have your attention don't you dare leave.

I've been writing for other reasons. There's the Instagram Profile I practically live on. I had to let go of my other Social Media Profile updates due to Personal reasons. Now that I have time to concentrate on fewer places I'm back to spill some Ink and wipe it off with a Digital handkerchief...

I live in a Tropical Geography. It is supposed to be warm and humid but that is not the case in Bengaluru. It doesn't feel like India although it does so like every other junkyard out there (lol) apart from the weather. It is dry all through the year except for monsoon.

I moved here from Mumbai in the year 2006. The weather there is so sultry that you never feel like you had a shower. The best of Towels feel like plastic. Somehow the City lives inside me even today. I will retain all my core characteristics due to my upbringing in that city.

I wonder how people experience Tropical weather in other parts of the world. Is it humid or just warm with an ideal 75% humidity? Ultimately it is not the weather that count but whether people around you treat you well. You can get by some severe climatic conditions when you have positive people around you.


- Rajagopal Srinath