HAPPY WORLD DANCE DAY EVERYONE ❤️
Throwback to this video with @rheamichael97 💋
I know it should not take a day for me to express what I feel about this art and how it changed me as a person! From a time to dancing for 8-9 hours a day to absolutely not dancing. The difference is like an empty space, like that one thing that’s missing in life and I’m just not able to do it. I know you always find time for the things you love and I absolutely know it’s on me to start dancing again, to find the time and just do it but I procrastinate ( not dancing but training, I do dance whenever I’m free at home it’s like my me time in my room but I need to take a step , fight my procrastination and learn how to manage dancing with my work and go for weekend classes! A studio, a mirror and a teacher is something that I miss and I need soon in my life. I had something to look forward to, something that kept me sane! Even though I’m also a wedding choreographer apart from this and I’ve done over 30 projects if you didn’t know! But over there I’m not dancing for myself. I really need this in my life and will be dancing from June onwards no matter what since I won’t be in India for about 20 days In May! Also, I’ve got so many messages over these months asking me when my new dance video would be up and I know I’ve not been able to keep up with your expectations of regular dance videos but there is going to be a video before I leave for my vacation around Mid May I promise!
Thank you for reading till here.
Lots of love,
Agar Sain Ki Baoli or Ugrasen ki Baoli, this attraction is a historical monument situated on the Halley Road in New Delhi. A mosaic of different assortment of stones and rocks, Agrasen ki Baoli is an ancient water reservoir which rises from the depths of the earth to stand atop 103 stone steps. Hidden amidst the business towers and residential apartments of central Delhi, this place is a quiet and serene experience perfect for photography lovers. The old brick walls of the structure take you back in history and as you go down the steps, a drop in temperature can be experienced. Agrasen ki Baoli is a protected monument under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958 of the Archaeological Survey of India.
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