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At the onset of monsoon, I have collated a few simple activities to get the best moments of monsoon on your own. Enjoy pehli baarish ka boondey first
Cindu is a wanderlust and avid traveller who has travelled across the globe. She discovers the magical placed named 'Maravanthe' on one fine rainy day! Maravanthe, reminds me of a bride, veiled by the dark clouds, embellished by the raindrops, waiting in nervousness and excitement for a fresh downpour. I am almost certain that Marvanthe provided at least some inspiration to Heaven's design!
“Dekho kaise parbath se baadal gaye, Barsenge yeh ab kaha... Dekho kaise phoolon se khushboo gayi, Mehekenge yeh ab kaha...” – Dhaani by Strings... It was a thunderstorm which shook me from my slumber. After lunch, I had snoozed off on my workstation, listening to the Pak group, Strings.
Wisps of hair glued to their foreheads, clutching multihued or black grandpa-umbrellas, rolled up trousers; wading through knee-high waterlogged streets; women in drenched saris frowning, eyebrows arching in slight annoyance; muddied wet shoes and sandals; these and hundred other such vignettes frame the city of Joy, Kolkata when the goddess of monsoon arrives.
To see butterflies fluttering flights, you don’t have to wake up early with the birds. They are cold-blooded animals which means they cannot generate their own heat and need sunlight to warm their body. You’ll get to watch them basking late in the morning.
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