People draw their own maps through out their lifetime based on the places they lived, loved and visited.
I’d have attached too many maps if I wanted to tell you about the places that inspired me or made me happy. But this area, Narayanguda, is the place where I spent the most of my life as a college student after schooling. This place has everything a student needs, from top colleges to amazing restaurants, and yeah, hookah parlours too ;).
It’s a paradise for teenagers!
I was a loser when I was at school, nobody liked me and I hated them all.
Joining this college made me realise I could make friends too.
Oh, I made loads of friends.
I absolutely had no time to study and was always busy with them. I was so busy, I didn’t have time to check my subjects and syllabus. To many people’s surprise, I opted for French to be my second language. But to my bad luck, the professor resigned because the students were rash and inconsiderate towards the subject.(not me!) Since there wasn’t anyone to teach us French, the room was always empty and it became a rendezvous point for us when we bunk classes.
There were days when student agitations left the professors and principals disquieted, there were days when students (some of them) beat the crap out of each other in the name of student unions and religion and some of them just to portray themselves as cool. The cooler they were outside, the uglier they were inside. Many of them were rich brats and some of them had severe addiction problems. There was profanity everywhere.
In spite of all this ruckus, I managed to find a few friends who were a lot ‘not’ like me. This was the time when I had no time for myself. This was that phase of my life where I wasn’t bullied.
Here, I’ve seen everything I had to see,
Friendship, enmity, education, moral degradation, trust, betrayal, enjoyment and anxiety.
This is the place I Iove, this is the place I regret.