"Nothing in the nature lives for itself. Rivers don't drink their own water, Trees don't eat their own fruit. The sun doesn't shine for itself, A flowers fragrance is not for itself.
Living for each other is the rule of nature"
Hello from Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India.
It is constructed of red and pink sandstone. The palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, Jaipur.
The structure was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. Its unique five-story exterior is akin to the honeycomb of a beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas.
The original intent of the lattice design was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life and festivals celebrated in the street below without being seen, since they had to obey the strict rules of "purdah", which forbade them from appearing in public without face coverings.
Many people see the Hawa Mahal from the street view and think it is the front of the palace, but in reality it is the back of that structure.
Standing on the parapet of the highest point of Taj Lake Palace, the best hotel in the world, in Udaipur, the most romantic city in India, I was missing you. I felt so close to the sky, the thunderstorm clouds had just cleared up for the clear navy blue late evening sky.
I wanted to write a poem for you. But I couldn’t.
I wanted to write about the breeze caressing my cheeks, like your hair.
I wanted to write about raindrop or two seeping into my hair, as your fingers would.
I wanted to write about the smell of wet earth after first rain, petrichor, just like you smelled.
I wanted to write about sparkling lights in the far off palace, just like your eyes looking at the moon.
I wanted to write about the sweet music from the palace, just like you hummed, in my arms.
I wanted to write about the clouds fluttering away after the rain, just like we saw on those nights.
I wanted to write about the moonlight on the lake water that glittered, just like your bare skin did.
I wanted to write a poem for you, in a letter and post it to you. Ah, I missed you. And I realised, even if I did write, how would I post? Heaven doesn’t have an address yet.
Location: @tajlakepalace , Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
Canon EOS 1200D
Canon 24mm f/2.8
Saw these beautiful fields in my friend's backyard, had to do an entire shoot there. .
Fake laughing by the second.
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“As I woke up to a rather sunny morning today, a lazy weekend, sunlight caressing my cheeks through the curtains, I saw picked up my phone and Instagram’s latest update reminded me of the approaching Earth Day on 22nd of April. And as a part of the Weekend Hashtag Project, we were at the liberty to post the photographs that represent the only home we have, Earth.
My mind started to scan through my memories, of photographs, of moments I lived with my own eyes, of Sunrises, of Sunsets, of thunderstorms, of crystal clear skies to crystal clear waters. From mountains, to lakes to snake like rivers, I was in a dilemma of what to present to the world on Earth Day.
And nature decided to surprise me today. As I was scanning through my hard drive of photographs in the evening, I heard the distant rumble of thunder. I reckoned a storm was coming. I rushed up to the roof and behold, a storm.
I rushed back down, picked up my camera and went up again. I was standing, feeling tiny, in the middle of what seemed to be a storm cell. The approaching clouds hadn’t yet covered the blue sky above. The Sun was just about to go below the horizon. I could clearly see the rain approaching from the bottom right corner of the frame.
Day 217: with @pranav8665
At Mawphlang, Meghalaya.
Enjoying the beauty of the khasi hills with a full day trek through the Sacred Grove at Mawphlang and the David Scott Trail (we walked 16 kms out of this much longer trail). Thanks to our guide @john_mawphlang for taking some goofy pics :-) We particularly loved the idea of a Sacred Grove - a forest that stays protected by the community for eternity, no fruits to be picked, no firewood to be collected, not even a leaf or a stone to be taken out. Certainly, a concept worth emulating across the country!
Sometimes You have to make a path on your own when there is none because there are phases in life when it’s just you on the journey alone and you have to keep going until you make it to the top and scream to the world - yes I did it..!!
I woke up early today. And as a ritual, the first thing I did was to go through my phone. There was a birthday reminder on Facebook with my mum’s name on it. Only it’s not her birthday today. She had saved Dad’s birthday as hers on Facebook.
It’s been almost eleven years since dad passed away. And my mum has taken care and provided for both me and my sister all these years. We have moved on with our lives and with time had learned how to live without him.
As a kid I used to stand behind doors to try and scare him. He’d know about my presence but every time he’d pretend to be scared just to see me smile. It’s is only sometimes that I think about him now. My cousins tell me that I have started to look like him and in return I just joke and say, “No, my dad wasn’t as handsome!” I am sure agrees.
“Happy birthday, Dad!” #life#instagood
is the best exercise that you can do for your inner self and body So,
Walk Away from
arguments that leads you to nowhere but anger.
Walk Away from
people who deliberately put you down.
Walk Away from
any thought that reduces your worth.
Walk Away from
failures and fears that stiffle your dreams.
Walk Away from
people who do not care for you and who are opportunistic.
The more you
Walk Away from
things that poison your soul, the happier your life will be.
Give Yourself A Walk
Towards love, peace, kindness and goodness
it’s 12 hours drive to reach #pangong Tso from #leh city through #khardungla , highest motorable road in the world (5,359 m (17,582 ft))
From Pangong lake, its another 350km from Pangong Tso to Tso morari and I started early in the morning and cover possible feeding areas of Black neck crane and reach Tso morari (Lake) before sunset. so we started around 7 am in the morning and after driving about 50 km I reached a place called Chusul valley (altitude 4360 meters or 14305 feet), and which is roughly 3 -4 km in width. This is the border area between India and Tibet (China) so special Inner Line Permit is required to visit this region. and this one this the very place where India and China have fought the bloodiest battle in 1962 ( battle of Rezang la). Its a salt marshy and frozen land and this is the last feeding ground in their migratory path and this last place in Indian side where I can possibly find Black neck crane in this season. so as I was carefully searching these cranes I found two birds feeding at the distance 200mts. These birds are very shy, unlike other cranes in the world they don't tolerate human presence. but I was very excited I took my #camera out and started walking down the valley. but these cranes started walking into deep marshy land. The valley is full of salt and frozen water every and I was carrying #nikon d810+500mm f4 lens, I was barely able to walk on this land and on the top of it temp was -1°C and the bone cracking wind. Due to high altitude, my lungs were dying for more oxygen. but it was my only chance to #photograph these #birds after all these hardships, so I carefully zigzagging marshy field use to take a few steps and sit there for few minutes so that bird can tolerate my presence. #wildlife#wildlifephotography#discoverindiamagazine#bbc#india#nikonindia#nikond810#birds#himalayas#crane#indiainframe#photographer#pics#outlooktraveller
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