Today is farmer’s day. On twitter #FarmersDay and #ThankYouFarmers were trending. I don’t know how many of them were accepting their thanks on Twitter. According to 2011 census, 68.3 % of the Indian population was living in village. Majority of them is directly or indirectly involved in agriculture. Though they are approx 70% of the population, they are not considered as a vote bank as some of the communities. I don’t know why? So, when they are not vote bank, their economic stature in India is abysmally low and they are only remembered by the politicians only during the time of elections.
I love being close to nature. Today was Sunday, so I had the opportunity to escape from the city. I picked my bike and went for a long ride. I finally reached to a profession which is closest to nature “agriculture.” Spent some time with a farmer or two. Life of them were not financially sound, yet they had most precious asset with them. “Hope and contentment”
Sharing the images clicked in today’s trip
I clicked this pic two days ago. Later when I was revisiting it, multiple thought came to me. Such as value of Unproductive Tree, Helpless Old Age etc.
You let me know what came to your mind when you see it for the first time.
Weather dramatically changed today here in my city and I was quick to cash it. Dark clouds surrounded the city and we felt quite relieved from the scorching heat. I was up to my favorite task, rode my bike for a long drive.
Nature displayed its different shades, I tried to captured few of those.
P.S. This is Swarnrekha River, Originates at Ranchi Plateau passes through my Hometown and finally merges in Bay of Bengal.
Hope you all are doing well. Monsoon is yet to arrive in my city with full intensity. However we have experienced some Pre-Monsoon shower. Today morning was also cloudy and cool gentle breeze pervaded in the atmosphere.
I was up to my favourite task, which I always relish in these sort of weather :), picked up my bike and went on for a ride. The ride was gentle until I came across a scene which was very poignant to me. I thought of writing about it and sharing to you all, but suddenly I changed up my mind. I have taken some shots through my phone camera (quality may not be very good) of that surrounding and thought sharing to you all. Because some time pictures are more expressive than the word itself and pics will give you the legacy of your own interpretation, rather than my point of view.
Do let me know your views.
Yesterday night we had a heavy Pre-Monsoon shower, here in my city. Morning too was cool and overcast, something which I love. I planed a ride in my city along with one of my friend and clicked some images of nature all along my journey. All the photos were clicked by my phone camera. Hope you would also enjoy it.