Yes it’s the time for leaves to fall but when paper and colours are with you , Spring can be there anytime ..
P.S when a non-professional painter tries to paint like a professional one then mistakes do happen so kindly ignore 😊
Two little eggs beside my window on the nest,
Watching fluffy mother birdy lay over it was the best.
So much love and care was sparkling through the eyes of mother birdy,
That it made me think of my own baby.
I opened the window pane just for fun,
But the caring mother birdy started twists and turns.
She looked ! as if with her I was in a state of war,
But I failed to explain “I wont harm coz i too am a would b mother !!”
I finally closed window for mother birdy to forget fear and rest,
Once again in my heart I realized Mothers are always the best …………
“This poem is dedicated to all mothers and would-be mothers of this world..”
This poem was written by me a year back when I went for a short trip in one of the famous tourist place of India and there was a nest as right outside the window pane of my hotel room. I watched the mother pigeon throughout the entire afternoon as I was super excited to see the nest and eggs so closely.. The love, care and warmth exhibited by the bird inspired me to write this poem.. Hope you all enjoyed it !!
P.S don’t copy this poem without permission.
This picture was clicked by me long back but I didnt post it before because I was waiting for DIWALI (the festival of lights)…
I know many of my co-bloggers does not know what is Diwali, so just want to tell you that Diwali is another type of festival which is also known as festival of lights as entire India gets beautified with lights and decorations and light of firecrackers.. This festival makes India look like a princess with a glittering crown..
So I wish all my friends and family members who are reading this blog “A VERY VERY HAPPY DIWALI”…
P.S… I simply love all types of candles because everytime I look at a candle it shows me “how we can burn ourselves just to bring light in the life of others”..
P.P.S This is my 100th post.. Thank you all for the inspiration and support..
I wana fly with you in ecstasy,
I wana sail and swim with you for long in deep blue sea..
I wana to hold your hand and feel the heated sand of desert,
I wana to visit with you the entire world and its each little part..
I wana dance with you in the rain,
I wana run with you through the beautiful valleys like insane..
Come and quickly hold my hand !!
lets go, see the world and enjoy sea, hills, sky and land……………………..
(P.S a little poem which described what I want in few words.
Here whom I mean by “YOU” I guess people can well understand ❤ )
India is always busy with festivals and celebrations. The entire year India celebrates some festival or the other throughout each corner of the country. But one of the most famous and awaited festival is Durga Puja, which is mainly celebrated in the state of West Bengal.
The above picture is of Goddess Durga who is worshiped as the Goddess of POWER by Hindus. In the ancient history of India it is believed that when all Gods failed to finish the evil power named Mahishasur (demon) then it was Goddess Durga who killed him. Basically Durga puja is the festival of worshiping WOMEN POWER. You all can see that she is depicted with 10 hands, it is so because it is said that all Gods gave their most powerful weapon to Durga to finish the evil and bring peace, prosperity all over. Durga sits on a lion who is considered to be her vehicle rather its better to say the lion carries her and helps her to fight the evil.
During the month of September- October usually Durga puja takes place when it is believed that Durga comes to her father’s home with her four kids ( LAKSHMI -daughter, SARASWATI- daughter, Ganesh- son, Kartik- son) for vacation. During this phase for 5 days people across India wears new clothes, indulge themselves in yummy foods , pandal hopping and lots more fun.
I being an Indian wanted to share with you all a very little yet colourful portion of Indian culture and custom.. Hope you all liked reading..