Life and waves have more in common than we think. Love, loss and life are shown through the undulating ocean waves.
Let us not make World Environment Day just about shouting slogans and writing, posting, sharing articles. Let us not make this just about today. If we all make preserving of nature a practice, we can turn the tables on a dying planet where even the pollution masks we wear are metaphorically made of plastic.
A lovely snowy evening, the narrator stops by a woods to see and experience the beautiful view. A poem by Robert Frost, "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" was published in 1923 in his New Hampshire volume.
Known as both the "Garden City" and "The Silicon Valley of India," Bangalore is a geek's heaven, gloating the most noteworthy grouping of IT organizations in the nation. When you're set geeing out, there are a lot of greenhouses, exhibition halls, characteristic components, castles and sanctuaries to fill your move card.
The capital of Sikkim, Gangtok is an appealing traveler goal, mirroring an exceptional climate which gets from its upbeat mix of custom and advancement. Throughout the years Gangtok has encountered blasting economy and progression of the way of life. In any case, it has stayed as a serene place with a blend of various societies and ethnicity.
A beautiful poem by Emily Dickinson, "A light exists in spring".
Nature has always given us everything to lead a happy life. Every single element of nature has contributed greatly for human existense yet remain unacknowledged.