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Humans of Bombay
yesterday at 05:02. Facebook
“I was born in Krakow, the old capital of Poland. The one thing I vividly remember while growing up, is all of us would be squished in our cozy living room playing music together. Even though I’m a doctor, I’ve played the violin for almost 10 years and it always reminds me of home. I’ve always loved to balance being a doctor and traveling — since the beginning I’ve loved being a part of...
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Humans of Bombay
01/13/2017 at 13:02. Facebook
"My wife and I were unable to have children, so it's just us two. That could be a bitter pill to swallow, but I explained to my wife that everything in life happens to teach us something and this was no different."
"What did it teach you?"
"It taught us to accept, make peace and be grateful that atleast we have each other. Love doesn't come by easily and knowing that it's just us two, has...
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Humans of Bombay
01/11/2017 at 15:45. Facebook
“The first time we properly met, I was at the Vishesh films office already and he walked in 30 minutes late, wearing shorts, a t-shirt and out of control crazy hair. To break the ice, I was like ‘what’s up Rahul?’ which is the character he was playing and we both just burst out laughing cause it was so cheesy. While leaving, I gave him a hug and only kept thinking…he’s so tall, what am I...
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Humans of Bombay
01/10/2017 at 15:43. Facebook
"We're enjoying retirement. Everyday, we try and do something new -- we're taking quick day trips, signing up for different classes, going out for movies, plays, enjoying walks to different parts of the city. We're also always competing and trying to surprise each other with creative plans...it's exciting to wake up every day and be spontaneous."
"What's in store today?"
"It's a surprise,...
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“After my father passed away, my older sister seamlessly took over the role as my other parent and I didn’t even realise it. From helping me with my homework, to going to parent-teacher meetings with my mother she didn’t let me feel any void in my life. So often, when I’ve been down and out, she’s given me advice and taught me how to keep up with society that isn’t necessarily kind to women....
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"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
"My only friend in the world is a dog who lives on the pavement near by. So many times at night he comes and sleeps next to me, he protects me from the older bullies and we often share whatever food I get. When I grow up, I want to be him."
“After the 10th Grade I think pretty much everyone goes to Goa, so after JB all of us ended up going as well. That’s where I first met him — he was from Campion and that entire trip the two of us ended up chatting and making fun of people together. For a few months after we didn’t talk at all, then one day randomly he messaged me about his friend who thought I was ‘good looking’. So I said,...
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"We have a limited time here, but sometimes the impact we create lasts a lot more than that and that's what I'm after. I want to add value to this world, I want to go down in history and never be forgotten."
“My parents had an intercaste marriage and their story makes me believe in love every single day. He’s South Indian, my mother’s Maharashtrian and they’re poles apart but I’ve never seen two people who are as close as my parents — they still behave like teenagers! So on their 25th anniversary, we held a small wedding ceremony for them…kind of like renewing their vows. It was beautiful and...
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“Every person has different dimensions to them, sometimes we only see a small percentage of who they are and then assume the rest. I like to work the other way — I would rather sit, listen and watch them unfold each layer with time….no assumptions needed.”
“What about you? what are the different layers of your personality?”
“I’m from a small town called Chandannagar in West Bengal. I moved...
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"I spent my New Years at the Bombay airport -- I'd just landed that night. It was a surreal experience -- while everyone else was counting down to midnight, people at the airport were running around, filling out forms oblivious to the New Year and that to me was something to think about. We often build something up so much in our head and there's so much pressure about where we'll be at 12...
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“I lost my father when I was 4 years old, but my mother and brothers never let me feel any kind of loss — I was always pampered and treated like a princess. I’ve never known my father, but I found a father figure in my father in law at the age of 21 when I got married. It was an arranged marriage, but there was so much love between us, it was like we had known each other for many lifetimes. ...
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"I've grown up in a house where we all loved having pets around -- at one point we had 4 dogs, 2 cats and a baby lobster! After my marriage, I used to miss having pets around -- the silence was horrible. Not hearing the sound of paws on the floor or the excited panting of your dog when he sees you in the morning is an irreplaceable feeling. That's when we got Theo a year and a half ago from...
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''I started to fall in love with him after a certain period of time. When he proposed again I said yes. We got married in 2011. I met him while I was volunteering at the International Indian Film Academy Awards in Amsterdam. He seemed friendly and through the Organization he got my phone number. He texted me and every now and then we kept in touch. In 2010 he was in Amsterdam and he came by my...
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“As a child I used to be obese. I used to live on junk food without a care in the world, until at the age of 15 I ended up getting a cholesterol stone in my gall bladder and that experience opened my eyes to how badly I was treating my body. It was such a painful experience; even after my surgery I was constantly on painkillers when I decided that I needed to make a change. Everyday was a...
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“At the age of 12 my friend lost his father and he was going to leave school as there was no other earning member in the family. We were in seventh grade and I didn’t want him to drop out so I told him to continue and that I would figure something out. I didn’t have any extra money either but I knew that I have no choice and had to find a solution. Our school was 5km away and I used to get...
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"What's a memory you'll never forget?"
"It's not one particular memory exactly, but just the feeling you have when you have your first girlfriend is something different -- you're young and everything seems amazing."
"How did you ask her to be your girlfriend?"
"I didn't! She asked me out in the cutest way and I was on cloud 9!"
"Didi was telling us about Santa Claus and how he will visit us soon."
"What do you want Santa Claus to bring you when he does?"
"School!"
"Shoes!"
"Cake!"
The building I grew up in had 2 dogs and every evening I'd look forward to playing with them more than anything else. I'd buy them packets of biscuits and feed them every single day as well.
My love for animals began when I was really young and obviously I wanted a pet, but my grandparents didn't approve of it as they thought our house wasn't big enough for a dog. So I made best friends...
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"We met in Goa once about 8 years ago and since then we've been friends virtually -- messaging each other once in a while on Facebook. Strangely enough, 6 months ago both of us moved to Bombay and from each other's Facebook status updates realized that we were both looking for a place to stay! That's when we met and decided to become roommates. From apartment hunting, to setting up our own...
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