Updated: Mar 6
Sometimes utopia implies new things and new beginnings, and sometimes it means spitting hard-to-swallow pills and quitting difficult deals.
“Saviour’s Bliss” by Manognya Bethapudi writes about one such instance where the next step is too difficult to take, so one just resorts to dreaming of them in secrecy.
This contribution is photographed by Avinash Chinthalapudi & acted by Manohar Koviri.
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