THE CAB RIDE
Heartfulness eMagazine|August 2021
I sat in the cab on my way to the airport as the driver zoomed over Delhi’s wide roads. The sun was rising over the horizon as a new day dawned – quite literally, as election day approached the city of Delhi.
RASHI AGARWAL

The political environment was charged, and so was the sense of religious divisiveness that came along with it. Quite naturally, everyday communications became political conversations, and so it happened during my cab ride.

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