SLT-A37

The pelican bird enjoying flapping its large wings on water and having splash!! It was a bright Sunny day of winter. Many migratory species come to India during winter season and pelicans are one of them.

Women struggling for storing water from a water source (broken pipe line) just at ground level. Putting a plastic sheet below the source so that water get collected in that and then taking water from there with tumblers in their hands. Darjeeling, West Bengal.

Be it humans, animals or plants, water is life. Essential as well as for fun. Save water, save life.

Calmness around the picture is something one can feel looking and keep looking

Oriental Magpie Robin

Kashi The City Of Gods

Varanasi Ghats of River Ganga are always full of colors be it actual street colors & paintings or the shades of the life of the people – the Mallah(fishing, boating), Dhobi(washermens), Kisan(farmers), the Brahmin(perform rituals & imbibe the goodness of Mother River to the people), Dom(those who perform last rites(Antyesti or Antim Sanskars) of hindus at Manikarnika Ghat). Yes, there’s always a story to tell.

Varanasi Ghats of River Ganga are always full of colors be it actual street colors & paintings or the shades of the life of the people – the Mallah(fishing, boating), Dhobi(washermens), Kisan(farmers), the Brahmin(perform rituals & imbibe the goodness of Mother River to the people), Dom(those who perform last rites(Antyesti or Antim Sanskars) of hindus at Manikarnika Ghat). Yes, there’s always a story to tell.

Varanasi Ghats of River Ganga are always full of colors be it actual street colors & paintings or the shades of the life of the people – the Mallah(fishing, boating), Dhobi(washermens), Kisan(farmers), the Brahmin(perform rituals & imbibe the goodness of Mother River to the people), Dom(those who perform last rites(Antyesti or Antim Sanskars) of hindus at Manikarnika Ghat). Yes, there’s always a story to tell.

Varanasi Ghats of River Ganga are always full of colors be it actual street colors & paintings or the shades of the life of the people – the Mallah(fishing, boating), Dhobi(washermens), Kisan(farmers), the Brahmin(perform rituals & imbibe the goodness of Mother River to the people), Dom(those who perform last rites(Antyesti or Antim Sanskars) of hindus at Manikarnika Ghat). Yes, there’s always a story to tell.

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