(2/2)- In my school I got linked with an organization called Shikshantar which has played a huge role throughout my life, till date. It was the first place who took the effort of asking me that what is my dream!? I got truly astound and clueless of what to say.
They helped me learn operating a computer, photography, videography and a lot more. After I finished my graduation I was told to do B.Ed. I did it as well and when I went for the interview I got rejected based on my physical conditions, they believed I was incapable of doing the job. It truly was heart-breaking and I decided that I'd never do a job. Same day I met the founder of Sikshantar and he asked me about what's going on in my life, I told him the entire thing, he asked me what do I want to do. I told him I want to do film making, he asked me to come to the office next day. He helped me learn alot about the work and I joined a called Ram-Ram Udaipur.
Today I am working for various organizations, make documentary films, run a few workshops for people to learn and understand the art. Basically today, I think, I have done something to withstand on my own feet. I have earned the love and respect that I always wanted to have and this is truly the best feeling ever.
(1/1)- I was born different and people didn't like me much for that. Intially this dislike and disrespect bothered me alot but somehow with time I stopped worrying about it and with god's grace I have proven myself, gained lots of respect amongst the society.
The first challenge I got through was when I wanted to get admission in a school for normal kids, when I was rejected everywhere and was being suggested to get admission into a school for specially-abled children while I wanted to learn with other general kids. Somehow we managed to get the admission but I wasn't treated very well by my schoolmates. This changed with time.
Later second big challenge came into my life when I wanted to learn cycling, nobody had my back. I was told I am not physically able enough to cycle on my own. But as they say, where there is a will, there's a way, I rented cycle from a local cycle store and started learning cycling on my way. I had a terrible fall once or twice but never lost hope and finally learn't cycling. later I did a few long distcance trips, cycled in Himalayas. I was supposed to go to Bangalore for an event, someone suggested why don't you go there on cycle and I did. the love and respect showered by people all through my journey truly overwhelmed me.
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This is my favourite at Yello. My friend suggested me to try this once and this actually stole my heart. .
Tag a die hard chicken fan😁. What- Crispy Chicken in devil sauce.
Where- 📍 @yello_experimenting_with_eggs , nr axis bank, Trimurti nagar, pratap nagar, Nagpur.
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This is one of my usual place i go while coming back home from college. I loved this dish. It is my personal favourite and I will recommend you to try that too..
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🌈 Indravajra - इंद्रवज्र 🌈
A ‘Brocken spectre’ “Indravajra” in Marathi, also called Brocken bow or mountain spectra. If you were mountain climbing, at a time of day when the sun was low and behind you, and if you climbed high enough to look down into a mist below you, you might witness the shadowy figure of the Brocken Spectre. It’s your own shadow that you see, cast on the surface of the mists below, surrounded by a halo like ring of light. You’re seeing your shadow projected in front of you, through the clouds..
ഒരിക്കലും എത്തിപ്പിടിക്കാകാത്തത്രയും ഉയരത്തിൽ ,വാടിവീഴുന്ന മഞ്ഞ കലർന്ന ഓറഞ്ചുപൂക്കളുടെ സാന്നിധ്യവും ,വായുവിൽ കലരുന്ന ഗന്ധവും കൊണ്ടുമാത്രം സാന്നിധ്യമറിയിച്ചിരുന്ന ഒരു ചെമ്പകമരമുണ്ടായിരുന്നു കുട്ടിക്കാലത്ത്.
ഒരിക്കൽ പോലും കൈക്കുമ്പിളിലിരിക്കാൻ ഭാഗ്യമില്ലാതെ ഇതുപോലെ യൗവനം തുളുമ്പി നിൽക്കുന്ന പൂക്കൾ ദൂരെ മരക്കൊമ്പിലിരിക്കുന്നത് നോക്കി തൃപ്തിപ്പെടാനേ കഴിഞ്ഞിരുന്നുള്ളൂ.
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The dazzling landscape of Krangshuri has invited every traveller to witness its serenity. The sight of crystal clear blue water at this waterfall has enraptured the heart of every photographer, every nature lover I've ever known!
But on my visit, the story was different. Rather, the hues of the panorama were different!
The stormy winds and hulking rainfall on the previous night had caused the water turn muddy. Shades of blue were replaced with shades of brown, making the fall look like it flowed cappuccino. Haha!
Had to resist myself from savouring, being the coffee addict that I am!
Never the less, the falls still had me smiling in awe of its mammoth. And I think so did these pictures do to you, didn't they?
The Golden Sun Rose
With a Midas touch
Smiled at the Skies
In Scintillating Colours
Bedewed the Atmosphere
In a Lush Orange Squash
A Rush of Pomegranate Reds
A Spread of Fiery hot Saffron Threads
The Feathery White
Pristine Kashmir Clouds
The Mirthful birds
On the wire , Chirped
A Mesmerised me ,
In the Early Morning Bliss
Taj Mahal of Bhopal, read more for the story behind it...
Taj Mahal is a palace built by Sultan Shah Jahan, Begum of Bhopal. It is located beside the Taj-ul-Masajid in Bhopal, India.
The Taj Mahal at Bhopal was built as the Begum's residence, at a cost of ₹ 3,000,000. Its construction spanned over a period of 13 years, from 1871 to 1884. It was one of the largest palaces of the world built at that time.
The building was originally named Raj Mahal ("royal palace"). The British Resident at Bhopal, highly impressed with the architecture, suggested that the palace be renamed the Taj Mahal, the Taj Mahal at Agra having been built by the Begum's namesake Shah Jahan. The begum accepted the suggestion and the palace was renamed to Taj Mahal. The Begum is said to have ordered a three-year-long celebration called Jashn-e-Taj Mahal after the completion of the building.
After the partition of India in 1947, Nawab Hamidullah Khan allowed Sindhi refugees to stay in the palace. They stayed in Taj Mahal for around 4 years, before shifting to Bairagarh. The palace suffered some damage during this period. After India's independence, some members of the royal family of Bhopal stayed at the palace, but gradually moved away, as they had no money for the repairs. By 2008, large parts of the palace complex had collapsed.