Some shots from Western ghats.
Prompt~ 33 – 333 words using third definition of ‘Boo’ (verb).
I have always believed that thoughts travel in obscure ways.
I recently finished reading ‘The Lost Throne’ by Chris Kuzneski. As the characters look for Heinrich Schliemann’s treasure hidden in a cave on Mount Athos, the media broke the news about the Archeological Survey of India starting to dig for 1000 tons of gold revealed to a Hindu god-man Swami Sobhan Sarkar in a dream by Raja Rao Ram Bux Singh who was hanged in 1858.
Elections are just around the corner for many state assemblies and the parliament of India. The ruling alliance has lost the faith of common people and the opposition does not have convincing agenda to solve the many issues that riddle the country.
The government in power is busy legislating doles (at tax payers cost) that many doubt shall reach the intended beneficiaries.
Despair is overwhelmingly widespread as is the need for a windfall.
Amazingly Ligo chose ‘treasure’ and ‘despair’ for this week’s prompt.
Treasures won harshly
lost despite application
The Meeankshi (One with fish shaped eyes) temple is the only one dedicated to Mother Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva. There are countless temples dedicated to her Shakti (energy or power) form.
The size and architecture of this temple is beyond description. See for yourself.
White water lilies – soon the pond will be a mosaic of green and white
White Water Lily (known as Kumudni in hindi) is a commonly found aquatic herb in India. As the name suggests, flowers are white in color with beautiful yellow stamens in the middle. These flowers open early in the morning and shut by the noon filling large parts of ponds. Their size varies from 5 cm to 15 cm in diameter.