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There are usually so many things to see around a place when you are traveling, so much to explore is such little time- because we want to make sure we check out our bucket list!
But yesterday, we just relaxed at @backwaterbrook with fresh 🥥 water, cozy interiors & beyond beautiful views of the backwaters. Couldn’t have asked for a better doze of comfort for the day! 🌴 #25countriesby25#bucketlistmimosas#backwaterbrooke
The best part of Andaman trip was Scuba.
When I went inside I was too scared and focusing only on my breath and giving a blind eye to everything so mesmerizing around me, the fishes, corals.
Then I realised this is how we behave most of the times. We put our whole attention to some glitches and forget everything else which is so beautiful in life. .
These are three shots of a beach, located in Gujarat (India), taken at three different times of the day, while the sky was busy changing its colors
Well, let me say, this is the cleanest and the quietest beach I've ever seen and, perhaps the place where I could resonate the most with myself. The reason is quite apparent. It's sadly funny to see that it's more beautiful than it would have been if the public had access to it. The only sound I could hear was that of the waves. (And that of occasional bells from the nearby temple)
As the legend goes, the powerful monarch Krishnadevaraya, whose Vijayanagara empire extended over most of south India in the early 16th century, came across a stunning building while visiting Pondicherry. The structure was grand, well-lit, and had beautiful carvings. Overcome by the majesty of what he imagined to be a temple, the king fell on his knees and folded his hands in respect. Some onlookers tittered; one asked the bemused king why he was bowing down before the house of a devadasi, a temple dancer. Humiliated, the king ordered for the house to be demolished. It was then that the devadasi Aayi begged for the king’s mercy, finally offering to tear it down herself and dig a pond in its place. The king relented, and Aayi kept her word—the tank she built supplied fresh water to the townspeople.
In the mid-19th century, when French-ruled Pondicherry faced a water scarcity, the engineer Pierre-Eugène Lamairesse stumbled upon Aayi’s pond in Muthurayarpalayam (the modern municipality of Oulgaret), and dug canals to bring the potable water to the location in the French quarters where Bharathi Park now stands. When French emperor Napoleon III heard of the story, he ordered a memorial to be built to the woman whose generosity had helped settle their kingdom’s fortunes in the seaside town.
थोड़ा है, थोड़े की ज़रुरत है
ज़िन्दगी, फिर भी यहां, ख़ूबसूरत है
I have little, and maybe need a little more. Life, however, is as beautiful as it can be. 🌺
My heart is singing today. Old Hindi songs are my anthem.
Day 130 of #longtermtravel
Scene from #cartagena#colombia