Greenery day is here, on 4th May and I feel it is the right day to instil the love of nature and initiate the work to conserve the environment, farms and the greens around us. Atleast to me, this day reminds me of lot of work, we need to do as humans for this beautiful Mother Earth and Nature who has embellished us with the gems throughout. Being a “Nature Photographer” myself (follow my work), I feel nothing has motivated me more than the “Nature” itself!
Albert Einstein rightly said “Look deep into the nature and
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Remember those posters we see outside the Gym? Get in at 95 and get out at 65, lol? No they are not talking of age but of your weight. And as many of us happily sign up for it but although this program may require 950 hrs of commitment, we quit after 9.5 hours of training. So, welcome to the real life , the reel life is what we desire and real life is what we living day after day .
Rishikesh is one of the favourite weekend destination from Delhi. While few visit for spiritual calmness on the Ghats … Continue Reading
It is a time to celebrate this #womensday cheering such amazing women and getting inspired to give back to the society. This story is a part of Blogtrain hosted by me, in association with 9 other strong women bloggers to celebrate the spirit of womanhood.
Womanhood is on the rise, I have such a strong feel about this beautiful creature that God has created! A creature with immense feelings, who can sometimes cry and sometimes fight. One who can give birth and even take the life of a demon, someone who worships and someone who is worshipped. Women has so … Continue Reading
“Sometimes the heart sees, what is invisible to the eyes” – Jackson Brown
It was again a dull day, similar to the old days when she heard her parents yelling & screaming. She saw her friends making mockery out of her, neighbours pointing and laughing all around. She just couldn’t hold on to the ugly forces running within. Did “Love” had no space in the hearts of these people? Highly confused & tortured, she ran out of her home.
She ran & ran until stumbling upon a rock, a huge rock besides a lovely stream passing by. So calm and … Continue Reading
Life has been a perfect roller coaster ride and after getting the badge of “Motherhood”, it has had its shares of ample smiles and some tears as well. Imparting values, developing creativity, enhancing skills have to be nurtured from the inception of toddlerhood phase. And I tried my level best to give all round development to my preschooler, who is 3.5 years now and ready to hit formal schools. But, to make all those transitions and skill developments seamless, somehow, I felt, I lost my hobbies, my craziness to some extent. And that’s why after 3 years, I’ve planned to … Continue Reading
A very beautiful morning to the world! Its really very rare that we get a chance to ponder on our souls, and lean from the learnings that life bestow us with.
As I’m growing every day, I feel, I’m learning so much, from the nature, from the surroundings, from the ones we love. Sometimes, we do not see a silver line in the dark clouds, sometimes, the morning does’t seems to come back after the night. We lose hopes but those moments are the ones, wherein we need to see, think, plan and yes love the life more for giving … Continue Reading
The auspicious festival of Navratri!
Navratri, meaning nine nights, is a Hindu festival celebrated in Autumn in India. Celebrated with amazing festive spirits, these 9 days are dedicated mainly to “Maa” (Mother/Goddess), be it Maa Durga, Maa Kali or any other form. The story associated with Navratri is a battle which took between goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura. The Demon here represents Selfishness, Narcissism, Egoism, falseness which was killed by the Goddess, a Women, a Maa representing the power of a woman, victory of truth, sacrifice and love that a Maa’s heart has!
Why I associate Navratri to Womanhood?
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As the train starts to say Happy Teacher’s Day!
The train whistled and they stared their journey for the main city of Kolkata from a nearby village [close to Jhargram]. Train took hardly 5 hours to reach Kolkata Junction, but it was rainy day in the summers. Temperatures soared to as high as 45degree last day and since morning it was raining. Some delay was expected.
But that delay was sinking their hearts. Pankaj and his mama papa were too curious to have a glance of the building. The building which could reform his family’s life. Pankaj was just 8years, … Continue Reading