DO YOU ENVY THE RAIN 🌧️??? ________________________________________________
I did!!! As a kid I used to envy rain and clouds the most. The fact that they could come, grab everyone's attention for a while and then leave as per their wish troubled me the most. As soon as the 'ANGRY CLOUDS' ( what I thought of rain clouds back then) surfaced, everyone in our locality would rush with their chores as if some homage is to be duely paid to the rain upon its arrival.
As I grew up, in my teen years I continued being jealous of rain and clouds but my perception differed. Now what held my attention was their freedom to go wherever they want. Little did I know they were caressing my wanderlusty soul.
An elaborate Mughal structure, the Tomb of Akbar in Agra is a popular attraction of the city. The tomb houses the mortal remains of Akbar and its history reveals that he himself planned for his tomb and started its construction that was later completed by his son, Jahangir.
The complex consists of the mausoleum and the giant gateway known as the Buland Darwaza. With an huge arc-way and four marble minarets, the gateway is grand and impressive. The main tomb is crafted out of red sandstone and marble, beautifully carved and designed. It is pyramidal and has five storeys.
On top of the world, quite literally. 2nd of March, 2018. 38th in the series. Enroute to Komic, highest motorable village in the world. To be at pretty much the same height as the mountains on the other side of valley, one truly feels on top of the world.
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It was a Sunday morning and summer just got started. And I was in no mood to sit and relax. . . Called up a friend and took his bike for a small ride. . The spontaneous ride ended up 250kms away from my hometown in small Himalayan town of bir-billing which is also famously known as paragliding capital of the world. . . And while I was coming back from this impromptu trip I saw a small road going up, totally empty but shaded with trees. And to my surprise that road lead to this small but beautiful railway station of Kangra of the British era. . . And that's where the feeling hit me hard that how being spontaneous is important to us. Just thinking of doing things won't do any good. Just make it work anyhow. Whatever you have is enough to do things which you want to do. . . Just step out!