Friday, November 19, 2004

Dr. Anil Kumar Seni, lecturer in political science, posing beneath my underpants. Originally from the South of India, Anil came from a much more liberal background - he married for love (unthinkable in the APK corner of UP), was a big film fan (actually quite normal in UP, but not talked about so much among teacher types) and is capable of smiling in photos. His wife and children are back in the South, so Anil dissapeared for Dussehra and was looking forward to seeing them again at Diwali. Anil was one of the first people I got to know. This was mainly because he had an easy name to remember (embarrassingly - I'm hopeless with Western names, let alone the Indian ones).
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