Author: Polash Mukerjee
One of my closest friends lived on a farm in a small town hugging the Arabian Sea on the west and the highway connecting India's financial capital to its political capital in the east. The farm was large, with a river flowing by it. There were several plantations, growing mainly mangoes, but also chikoos, jackfruits and pomegranates. There was also a nursery for flowering plants situated within the farm.