My mother-in-law's father was a farmer, he grew all his food supplies like vegetables, rice, and fruits on his own farm. He had a pond full of fishes and a small poultry that provided for eggs and chicken. He had cows and goats that supplied milk. He also had a small khacchi ghanni to grind … Continue reading Time we Grow Our Own Food
I am virtually traveling back to all the places that I have ever visited in my life. This trip was taken last year. I was stunned by the golden pillars and tried to capture it unfiltered. Linking to Esha and Natasha for Wordless Wednesday.
We are in the fifth month of Lockdown. Going by the statistics it doesn't seem that we would come out of it anytime soon. We have to adjust to the new normal. This lockdown has taken away from me my greatest pleasure "traveling". I loved traveling but Covid 19 wouldn't let me travel for the … Continue reading View From the Top
Let me keep this wordless for this time. Linking this to #wordlesswednesday hosted by Esha and Natasha and also ThursdayTreeLove hosted by beautiful Parul.
"A flower blossoms for its own joy"....Oscar Wilde Every morning, I go for a walk to a small garden, adjacent to my home a strange calmness engulfs me I look at the flowers, blooming in various shapes and hues, and stare at the various shades of green, watch the early birds getting the worms … Continue reading Morning Glory- #WordlessWednesday
"Happiness radiates like the fragrance from a flower and draws all good things towards you"- Maharishi Mahesh Yogi We often forget to become happy. We are busy doing so many things that we have no time left for being happy. It is easy to be happy. True happiness doesn't come from wealth, fame or success … Continue reading #ThursdayTreeLove- KanthChampa
“Living in a world that is full of busy people is like living in a world ALONE.” ― Heraline Just like this tree are we also not alone in a crowd? I spotted this tree in the busy M.G. Road of Gangtok, my erstwhile hometown. I am taking part in Parul's #ThursdayTreeLove after a long time … Continue reading Thursday Tree Love- Gangtok
Every day, she came to my cafe exactly at 4pm. She had a petite frame and stooped while walking. She used to slowly walk towards the blue chair, pull it out, hang her umbrella from the backrest, sit down carefully and then open a book, usually the same book. I knew her food preference, cafe … Continue reading Old Lady and the Blue Chair