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    Rakhi Day Special

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    Share: It’s Rakhi Day – The Rakshabandhan (An indian festival which celebrates the bond between a brother & sister, wherein the sister ties a sacred thread on her brother’s wrist, while the brother promises to protect his sister and take care of her at all times in return) It is a very sacred festival I believe, as it is meant to strengthen the bond between brothers & sisters. They may be siblings or even cousins 🙂 This day every year, I tie a Rakhi to Harnoor’s wrist and I always fondly wait for this festival for various reasons altogether. He is a gem in my life. This post, I am dedicating to him as he is one sole reason why I am able to celebrate this festival with so much zeal. Second reason of course being that I much adore him 🙂 giggle* Okay I will write a quick interpretation …

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    Frame me colorful

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    Share: Frame me colorful, he said.. For the colors are the source to happiness, which delve us out from the world of grey.. …And just right there I said.. Why not frame it fine, with a crease of smile to see your world ignite 🙂 This colorful picture speaks for itself and I am so loving its liveliness. The model in this picture being my brother, I had all the liberty to experiment with the picture right the way I wanted and imagined it to be. (Big hug to him for the patience and the right amount of enthusiasm he kept alive throughout the session 🙂 This picture was shot one sunday morning, when in a playful mood, I decided to experiment something bright and funny on Harnoor. It might have taken us an hour or so but the results were so vibrant to keep us fully charged during this whole …

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    Rain beyond rain..

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    Share: Monsoon as always, bought all the life alive this year. Not only there was joy and awesomeness all over but the loving monsoon season also bought a lot of relief to the people especially in north India, who were being roasted at 50 degrees celcius and more. The previous post has all the fun that I could capture around during this amazing season. This releif however, was only temporary and soon we heard about the devastating effects of the monsoon during the later part of the last week. Monsoon rains had caused the flash floods and landslides in Uttrakhand which took away the life of so many people, while several went missing. My heartfelt condolences with all those who suffered this havoc 🙁  TV channels are still broadcasting the live news of so many people and apartments which have toppled into the rushing, swallowing waters of the Ganges, the India’s …