How fearlessly I’m standing near this statue of vibrant and vividly coloured lion! Now imagine if someone were to “transfigure” this statue into a live one!I just cannot get out of Potter world you see.
I did not spot a tiger in Jim Corbett but tiger’s food was available in plenty, galloping through the savanna grasslands.
Happy Biodiversity Day!The more bio-diverse eco systems we have, the more benefits we get for our environment. Each and every systems has a specific role to play and a rich biodiversity ensures protection against pollution, water retention, natural disasters and climate change. More plants – more animals and hence a stable food chain as well.
Water meanders and erodes but always reaches its desired destination in the end. Are we any different?
Has anyone tried recreating such pretty little corners in their homes/gardens/balconies? Till the time travel is safer for everyone (I mean everyone and not only for the vaccinated), can we expend our creative energies in recreating comfort corners at our place where we get an altogether different vibe?
I was standing on the slanting edge of the Nag Tibba peak when this picture was taken. The twists & turns while scaling this particular peak were too many, pretty much like the ones we are facing now.You see, I was able to reach the top despite a resounding back pain, pain heavy legs and…
Your cheerful pinksAnd playful winksSoothe my jaded soulPacifying this broken heart So come here, come near meAnd bring with yourself those colours you flaunt. Taken from my poem “Colours of life” on gluttonyguilts.com.
The filtering sunlightWaking every cell of yoursAnd the gushing watersQuenching your thirstSo do not throw awayThis thing called life.
And you have finally reclaimed meLike the ocean that reclaims its landsWave by waveInch by inchSoul by soul.
The vibrancy sneeking in through the gap between the trees and illuminating the snow patches and the dry pine leaves on a winding trek.