The woman in the window Looks out beyond the glass Beyond the reach of her whispers Befogged upon windowpanes glance
Farther than the bounds Her own breathe imbues Out of reach her long fingered touch Tracing her murmurs on looking glass dew Grasping for the shadowed artifacts Only time does nonchalantly drift past
Perched alone upon a cloud of silence Her thoughts eddy in soundless swirl Spinning like dizzying shadows Swallowed by a thirst for light
The other side of window beckons Only she knows she’s looking out through a sigh; Seeing no one familiar looking back ― For what hidden jewels within abide She dreams of dancing leafless by daylight Twirling beneath the whispering willows sway Just a step away from being free Just a step away from feeling alive
With first step beyond imprisoning hesitation Crossing over the threshold of a dream Through a liberating portal outside the glass Just on the other side of the windowsill ... __________________________
The whole village in high spirits of celebration. Old and young men shooting guns in the air, women dancing around in circles dressed in their Konyak attire singing their regional hymns and loud thuds of log drums breaking the silence of night. .
This is a sight people live during Aoling Festival of Konyaks. Aoling Manyu, the biggest festival of the year as the tribe celebrates the sowing of season praying for a bountiful harvest. .
The 6 days of festival is also associated with blooming of the red coral flowers red lilies. Hues of the beautiful red coral flowers and lilies can be seen in their attires and most colourful ornaments. .
DM us to gulp loads of rice beer and gorge on the feast. Join us to welcome colours of spring with the most fearsome tribe of the past in North East. .
The Cellular Jail stands silent testimony to the struggle and suffering of our freedom fighers to free India. Walking through these corridors was akin to walking down the saddest and the most brutal chapter in history.
Present__ I feel so sad to see the orphan animals to do struggle in that days of chilled winter to feed their own children . --------------&&&&_------------------------------------- _______so I request to all the peoples that don't be the part of this cruel and shamless sentence.
Katas Raj Temples 🏛 The temples’ pond is said in the puranas to have been created from teardrops of Shiva, after he wandered the earth inconsolable after the death of his wife Sati. . . Featured by: @ig_features_ _____________________________
I want to chase the endless sunrises, those promises of tomorrow The wildness that pulsates with the hopes of millions The sand beneath my feet, the ocean that threatens to make me its own But most of all, I want to chase cities with never ending roads, And the dreams my brave heart courts.
When I was younger, I used to be perplexed with the lore of taking the blessings of one's work tools for good luck. Being a child, my eyes were filled with a bit of contempt, refusing to name it anything but a fallacy. Although over the years, I have learned to suppress such views and appreciate the power of people's belief in things which put food on the table, this man made me reconcile with my childhood opinions. Thanking all of your tools is one thing but touching and counting all of them might be borderline insanity.
Ashokdham Mandir also known as Indradamneshwar Mahadev Mandir is located in Lakhisarai district, Bihar. It is a temple complex having Indradamneshwar Mahadev Mandir in the center dedicated to the primary deity lord Shiva surrounded by three more temples dedicated to Goddess Parvati, mount of the Shiva Nandi and Goddess Durga. . Reflection of Ashok Dham Temple .
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The Manjunatheshwara Temple at Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala, Dist. Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka - is a Shaiva shrine, beseeched by Vaishnava priests and administered by Jain descendants. Dharmasthala has a temple dedicated to Lord Manjunatheshwara, a facility for thousands of people to have free meals on a daily basis (featured on @natgeoindia for its 'Mega Kitchen'), and a Basadi (Jain shrine) of Lord Bahubali.