Anuradha Roy Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Anuradha Roy Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Anuradha Roy Sayings: Don't you wish it could happen? Your mind wiped clean like a hard drive? Start Don't you wish it could happen? Your mind wiped clean like a hard drive? Start again without memories?
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Anuradha Roy Sayings: Until humans came and made anthills out of these mountains, Diwan Sahib was saying, looking Until humans came and made anthills out of these mountains, Diwan Sahib was saying, looking up at the langurs, the land had belonged to these monkeys, and to barking deer, nilgai, tiger, barasingha, leopards, jackals, the great horned owl, and even to cheetahs and lions. The archaeology of the wilderness consisted of these lost animals, not of ruined walls, terracotta amulets, and potsherds.
Anuradha Roy Sayings: The ocean exerts an inexorable pull over sea people wherever they are-in a bright-lit, inland The ocean exerts an inexorable pull over sea people wherever they are-in a bright-lit, inland city or the dead center of a desert-and when they feel the tug there is no choice but somehow to reach it and stand at its immense, earth-dissolving edge, straightaway calmed.
Anuradha Roy Sayings: In winter, the air is clear enough to drink, and your eyes can travel many In winter, the air is clear enough to drink, and your eyes can travel many hundreds of miles until they reach the green of the near hills, the blue-gray beyond them, and then the snow peaks far away, which rise in the sky with the sun, and remain suspended there, higher than imaginable, changing color and shape through the day. Every hour, they come closer, their massive flanks clearly visible, plumes of cloud smoking from their tips. After the last of the daylight is gone, at dusk, the peaks still glimmer in the slow-growing darkness as if jagged pieces of the moon had dropped from sky to earth.
Anuradha Roy Sayings: A veritable atlas. What rivers of desire, what mountains of ambition. Want, want, hope, hope, A veritable atlas. What rivers of desire, what mountains of ambition. Want, want, hope, hope, this is what your palm say, your palm is nothing but an atlas of impossible longings.
Anuradha Roy Sayings: These are secrets hidden from those who escape the Himalaya when it is at its These are secrets hidden from those who escape the Himalaya when it is at its bleakest: the mountains do not reveal themselves to people who come here merely to escape the heat of the plains. Through the summer they veil themselves in a haze. The peaks emerge for those devoted to them through the coldest of winters, the wettest of monsoons. The mountains, Diwan Sahib said in an uncharacteristic rush of sentimentality fueled by a few drinks at his fireplace, believe that love must be tested by adversity.