The fertility of capital subsumes the fertility of land 10,000 floating, shifting hectares of ‘priceless’ water-defined riverbank, as new urban imaginations are forced upon the land. Sugarcane, vegetable and flower harvests surrender to famished grids of brick, mortar and steel. Will the timeless yielding sands, now measured and impaled, be thus assured their place on the map of global permanence
Ravi Agarwal