I purposely walked a slow walk, so I could be alone – at least for some time.
I wanted to live that moment quietly and absorb it fully.
Aware of every single breath I drew, I focused on my steps, walking at my own, unhurried pace.
Continue reading “Winter Wonderland: Kedarkantha Peak”
She has beauty and charisma. She is vibrant and has an undying spirit. Every breath – a rhythm, she is bustling with energy and a fire in her belly. They call her Mumbai – I have known her as Bombay – a city with a soul.
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A spicy affair in the local markets of Shillong, Meghalaya.
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A mere look at this picture from a visit to the beloved Himalayan mountains many moons ago, fills my soul with unexplainable peace & innumerable joyful memories, even today.
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An incessant talker Amma, stops by my room, every morning – next to which is her garden. Even at over 80years, she is very active and I see her working in the kitchen, which is opposite to my room, or in her garden which is what I see outside the window of this tiny room that her son and daughter-in-law have rented out to me. Beyond her gardens, the view opens up into a panorama of lush mountains enveloped in mist.
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Asian Openbill in Majuli – the river island in Brahmaputra, Assam.
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As you drive past the ghost town of Dhanushkodi, at the extreme tip of the island of Rameshwaram in south India, you arrive at the pristine beach of Arichal Munai.
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This tranquil road in North Sikkim leads to Gurudongmar Lake – one of the highest lakes in the world. Sikkim is very special to me for one too many reasons.
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