It amazes me how everyone is struggling with something and trying to get their own "azadi". Come to think of it, how many of us are truly free. Even free from our own idea of "azadi".
Har koi struggle karta hai. I think the day we start having fun believing that struggle, is the fun part. We all will have our, "azadi".
Ek amazing sa Maza hai uss struggle mein.
I live in Delhi and have to take the toll road to Noida. Ashram ke traffic ko cross karte hi, toll road jaise hi start hoti hai..aisi azadi milti hai ki busssss!!!! Yeh gaana start ho jata hai. The little joys of an ordinary, extraordinary life :) (A.i.r. fm radio ki awaaz mein) ---
Aur gaana suniye #kanhiyakumarandfriends ki awaaz mein #azadi
Azadi is like Santa Claus, har koi lagā hua hai..gift milega - milega ..... Aaj zaroor milega. Es saal ke santa diwas per ..paka Santa milega !
This is the Ghiari Khad (Stream). Commonly during the monsoons the otherwise normal water in this stream morphs into vibrant reddish coloured water, making it a sight you have to see to believe.
The soil in the upper reaches of this stream is red in colour and thus imparts it's colour to the water during/after heavy rainfall.
The colour starts to fade downstream when several smaller streams join it. Towards its origin the colour is most vibrant.
There is no other stream, that I know of, with such magnificent red colour. There are several muddy brown coloured streams but none like this.
Photos that our interns took at today’s Harela ceremony at one of the local schools. The tree-planting ceremony symbolizes the beginning of a new sowing season, the onset of the monsoons, and is celebrated in our region of Northern India.
Remnants of the time....
Bathu temples or Bathu ki Ladi as it is called locally , is a cluster of temples that remain underwater for 7-8 months in an year. These temples are submerged in the Pong dam lake aka Maharana Pratap Sagar lake and surface in summers mostly from the month of February to July, when there is a downfall in the water level. It is the most favourable time to visit these temples. The Temples took a dip in the lake during the 70's when the Dam came into existence.