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Refresh with Nature

A curious search for herbs at grandparent’s Place ….

This is a post which I wanted to post since last year 2020, but waited for some more work to be done. Nevertheless, i decided to publish these images on the go !

We were excited by the different plants available at grandpa’s place , in his home garden … Plants that we usually don’t see around…. One day as he started describing a couple of new plants he planted by himself, we got quite keen to know more about them. Above are some pictures I have taken while he was telling some uses of these plants. It’s just amazing ! is only what we could thought.

The uses of these plants he was telling, we thought it’s no wonder, that he is an ayurvedic practitioner with inherited knowledge and a skillful, passionate ayurvedic oil/paste maker (for some years by now) which often resulted in good use of them even by his family members .

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Red -Vented bul buls gazing at a side-mirror

I captured these two red-vented bul buls this morning while they are gazing at the two side-mirrors of my car. They seemed to be very excited by seeing them in it. Though there were other birds as well around, these two birds in particular seemed very engaged in checking on themselves today ! A joyous moment to look at … I noticed they kept on checking from time to time for rest of the day. Interesting ! 🙂

Merry Christmas !!!

Merry Christmas to all …….

It has been an year like never before for all of us ….. So many of innocent lives still struggling to live on this planet and somehow making their way through …. to be with their loved ones again…..

My wish on this year-end would be that, may the planet we live in, the Earth and its environment to get well soon ….. let it has its much needed time and energy for healing its entire eco – system…

and for its people living there: may our minds and hearts ‘collaborate’ than ever in the current circumstances facing in our normal lives ……..

four in one: A butterfly, a dead-leaf, a tiny Bat, and finally a Moth..

When I stepped outside this morning (around 8.00 am), my eyes was caught up by a sudden fly of a quite large, beautiful butterfly from a pot plant at the front garden. Its’ fly was quite unusual. I got struck from what I then saw….. It soon settled on the short trunk of the star-fruit tree. Then to my surprise it suddenly looked like a dead leaf.

What is it really .. something i wanted to look at soon ….

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