After several tiresome days of walking the busy streets of Kolkata, I visited the Victoria Memorial, which is surrounded by a few parks. Four months in India and I had not once witnessed a single public display of affection. But today was Valentine’s Day and what I found were lovers everywhere. Lovers kissing in the bushes, lovers under trees, umbrellas and scarves, all hiding to mask their identity.
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