In this episode, Virginia Woolf’s A Room Of One’s Own travels to the tehsil of Ajmer, Kekri in Rajasthan, and meets Annu, a 31 year old woman who gives it her own meanings. What does this room look like today? Annu talks about being ekal (single) in her room on a terrace, where she embarks on building a relationship with herself and her small town, more romantic and introspective than any other relation she has been in.
Annu’s every day in this room, through the lens of a single woman, is poetic. She says ‘Ek hi kamre meh maine bahot jagah bana li hai (I have made a lot of space in my one room)’ and then takes us to multiple spaces she inhabits in a single day. What does it mean to have a space for yourself in the kasbah of Kekri?
Tune in as Annu takes us to her land – bhaavnagari – the city of feelings.