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Lions Roar : November 2016
RISTIN AND I WERE scuffling around the back streets of Kathmandu on a lazy November after- noon. We’d already gone to the zoo that day, and been unsettled to see a brown bear clutching at the bars of his cage, wailing piteously. We’d trudged around the National Museum, where every artifact of the King’s life was recorded, with particular reference to “The Royal Baby- hood.” We’d passed an early evening amongst the spires of Dur- bar Square, watching bright-eyed boys play Carom while their elder brothers brushed against us in their jackets, muttering, “Brown sugar, white sugar, coke, smack, dope.” But now the afternoon was yawning ahead of us and we didn’t know what to do. It was a rare opportunity for shared The Man Who Told the Future PICO IYER is a bestselling writer and a frequent contributor to Lion’s Roa r. His most recent book is The Art of Stillness. In the back streets of exotic Kathmandu, PICO IYER and his friend Kristin hear a prophecy that shatters their youthful dreams. The Royal Astrologer knows them better than they know themselves. ILLUSTRATIONS BY ELEANOR DOUGHTY K LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2016 36