Pages

January 13, 2021

96-Thursday Tree Love

“You Can Reinvent Yourself As Often As You Want”
A friend of mine wanted some information about the courses conducted by the department of English. I went to meet the concerned person and while I was climbing the steps at the Arts College and Social Sciences. I was impressed with this side patch of green and in the centre was a beautiful garden which looked so colourful. I am working in this place almost a decade and I never observed these greenary. So happy to click a few pictures and post here, the whole place looks so beautiful as I stood and watched the fountain flowing a feeling of optimism and positivity for the year 2021.
Today all over the state there‘s a celebration of Makra Sankranti, a feast day celebrated in the Hindu calender dedicated to the Sun marking the first day of the Sun’s transit marking the end of the winter. This festival is celebrated with different names in different part of our country- we also commonly call as the festival of kites. Wishing all of you and your family a very happy Sankranti! May you be blessed with Happiness, Peace, Joy and Prosperity today and always Thursday Tree love is a photo feature on Parul’s blog hosted on second and fourth Thursday of every month. You are most welcome to join in, all you need to do is: Post a picture of a tree on your blog Link back to her post http://happinessandfood.com/tag/treelove/ Thank you for reading this post; I would love to know your thoughts... May you be Happy &Blessed

14 comments:

  1. Happy Sankranti! How lovely to see a garden in a completely new light. It bodes well for 2021, I think.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Wishing you Peace and Prosperity for Sankranthi, so glad to hear that you see this garden in a new light. Thanks for your comment.

      Delete
  2. What a beautiful garden. Right now all we have is snow, but the days are already becoming longer. Thank you for explaining Sankranti, and may you be likewise blessed. May 2021 turn out to be a good year for us all (after a rocky start).

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Alana, glad you found this garden beautiful.. nice to hear that there's snow at your place... I pray that 2021 be a year that heals all of us and the world.

      Delete
  3. Such a beautiful and well maintained garden! Happy Sankranti to you too! :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Archana, yes this place is well maintained in the University as it faces the Arts College entrance. Wishing you Peace and Prosperity this Sankranthi 2021.May you and your family be blessed.

      Delete
  4. Very energising greenery. Season's greetings to you!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you and wishing you Peace and Prosperity for the New year 2021 I agree this place is energizing and green.

      Delete
  5. College/University campus are always a pleasure to walk around. I have spent a good part of my life in IISc campus in Bengaluru and love it without bounds. Nice pics Angela and hope you had a good Sankranti festival.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Anjana, appreciate your comment and yes I do agree with you University campus are a pleasure as they are maintained well. we do have a landscape garden too... and I enjoy moving around in this place.. wishing you a bright year ahead:)

      Delete
  6. What a lovely green patch. And happens to us so many times when we have been around for a place for decades but remain oblivious. But it's okay. Better be late than never, right?
    Thanks for joining Angela. I hope to see you back tomorrow.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes its a beautiful batch, and sometimes we take things for granted when its right in front of us... suddenly one fine day, we realize why we not noticed:) Thanks Parul, appreciate your thoughts, looking forward to post.

      Delete
  7. What a nice surprise! It looks like a lot of caring work goes into maintaining this lovely landscaping.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you JoAnna, yes it well taken care and its such a pleasure to walk around this place.

      Delete

Recent Comments

Recent Comments Widget