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I am on the side of the road in rural Andhra Pradesh with nothing but twenty rupees in my hand (the equivalent of 50 U.S. cents). I am surrounded by palm trees, small shops, and photoshop-brightened-green grass. The smell of salt water and fish wafts toward me, reminding me how close I am to the Indian Ocean. Never mind how I got here by myself or why I wasn’t clever enough to bring a phone—it’s a long story. The important part is what happens next.

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  • Padma Yadavalli: Great work Anila. This blog gave me more information about life in those parts than all my travels did. Thank you for the detailed narration. Very pro
  • Amitav Ranjan: Now I Know why you made it to NY.... Good Job.

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