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Indian get together

I am a native of south India. The place where I come from follow a tradition of sitting on floor in an order and eating food on banana leaves (as plate), with hands. Sometimes we also form a separate order for ladies and gents, just to make ourselves sit comfortably. Once we are seated, the food is also served in a […]

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Romantic brassy sky

It was a beautiful windy evening and the perfect brassy sky. I looked at her and smiled. Her curly hair falling on her forehead, her mermaid body killing all the guys in the beach. I found my soulmate. Under the evidence of brassy sky I give my heart to her. She smiled back to me, this is true love. Out […]

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Schöner Brunnen, Nuremberg, Germany

‘Schöner brunnen’ is a 14th century fountain in Hauptmarkt, Nuremberg. The specialty of the fountain is, it has a rotatable brass ring in between the iron grills. Turning the ring is considered to bring good luck and your wish will be fulfilled. People who want to have a child, turn it thrice and have experienced the luck. I clicked the picture when […]

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A current affairs buff

I learnt in my childhood that I have to read newspaper early in the morning. I need to have knowledge of current affairs. When I asked my friends why do you read a newspaper, I got a reply that we need topics to talk to other people, we could also be left out in a discussion or could just show off that I […]

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New Life

I came across  this small flowering plant growing on a tree stump. This truely had a positive impression on me. I could see a new life growing on a cut down tree. No matter how broken you are, you will rise again beautifully!

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Mei-avond, a dutch tradition

Meiavondviering (May evening) takes place every year at the end of April in Hasselt, Belgium. Hasselt has been following this tradition from mid-16th century. A large doll, made from birch tree is burnt. This doll represents winter, which means metaphorically ‘burning the winter and welcoming spring’.

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