This scene of a fawn frolicking in Chandaka under the watchful gaze of its mother with a pair of peacocks as onlookers reminded me of the song "Ruby Tuesday by Rolling Stone “Don’t question why she needs to be so free. She’ll tell you it’s the only way to be. And she just can’t be chained to a life where nothing’s gained and nothing’s lost at such a cost.” Connect with us to embrace the story of Odisha in your memoir.
One of the best road streach in Spiti Valley, between Nako and Tabo, these views are while returning back from Tabo.
After this we will leave spiti valley and enter into the green ranges of mountains.
We were so excited to see green mountains but at the same time these rugged mountains got so strongly captured in our eyes and brain that i am sure they will keep calling us back.
Solitude is perhaps a misnomer. To me, being alone means togetherness — the re-coming-together of myself and nature, of myself and being; the reuniting of my self with all other selves. Solitude especially means putting the parts of my mind back together, unifying the pieces of my self scattered by anger and fear, until I can once again see that the little things are little and the big things are big. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hugh Prather
Shobha Bazar Rajbari (choto rajbari)
The Shobhabazar Rajbari is among one of the oldest Royal houses of Kolkata aristocracy. It was built by Raja Nabakrishna Deb, who was a prominent aristocrat of Kolkata. He was an ardent exponent of Brahmo Samaj Movement initiated by Raja Ram Mohan Roy. The Rajbari is famous for its annual Durga Puja celebrations in the month of October-November. It is also an important heritage site of Kolkata resplendent with memories of the old zamindari (feudal lord) era that dominated the region once upon a time. #heritageofbengal
( P.S. This one is the smaller one) @indialostandfound .