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Justin Go

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Time moved slower at Sangam House. Though I was there only a month, each week might have its been own season… When I finally had to leave, I felt I had been there for a year, and my book had come so far that it seemed true enough for me. Continue reading

Michael Fehr

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Once you feel welcome somewhere for sure you can begin to act. Sangam House to me means such a welcoming place, where awareness and communication can not just happen by accident but are treated as necessities. Continue reading

Esther Becker

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It was a pleasure and a privilege to experience the hospitality of Sangam House: Dhan’yavāda! Continue reading

Panagiotis Kechagias

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Sangam was for me a beautiful productivity generator… It is a unique place that I often visit in my memory. Continue reading

Krupa Ge

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An oasis of solitude, with just the right dose of banter with some brilliant minds. Continue reading

Hwang Yu-Won

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It’s been half a year, but my slippers still remember those red soils around Sangam house… Some things just can’t disappear from our life, and this is one of those things. Continue reading

Saumya Roy

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I think of Sangam House as a warm hug for writers. Continue reading

Joan Michelson

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The experience, the variety of the people, and the work I accomplished were amazing… I dream of going back. Continue reading

Deepak Unnikrishnan

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I needed a place to settle my mind and think about my craft. I am usually on my own when this needs to get done. But for the first time in a while, the opportunity to think, talk, debate, walk, and eat with artists from disparate spaces/disciplines, helped negotiate the chaos. Continue reading

Tashan Mehta

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To me, Sangam House feels like a threshold: it marked the entrance into a new and nuanced space, and made the act of entering special. I cannot explain how grateful I am for that. Continue reading

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