वाह अमित जी बढिया रचना
Thank you Manu:)
Hindi version is just awesome, Amit ji, words rolled over my tongue! This going to get registered in my mind.
Hindi is a quoted one, that's why it's been given in inverted commas. I have only translated it and synchronized with my photo!Thank you Meenakshi:)
Congrats! your blog got 3rd Rankread: Top 15 Blogs of 2012
I am thankful to all my dearest readers for their continual love and support!Thank you Vinay for your effort and initiative:)
Thank you Rupam:)
Beautiful picture and those lines are truly amazing...
hai na? They really adorn this photo!Thank you Swarnali:)
"I don't need anyone"?Beautifully conceptualised!
...जाने क्या सोच के ऐसा ना किया:):)Thank you Deepak!
Lindo e reflexivo! abraço,chica
Obrigada Chica por suas amáveis palavras! abraços ...
बहुत सुन्दर प्रस्तुति!आपको सूचित करते हुए हर्ष हो रहा है कि-आपकी इस प्रविष्टी की चर्चा कल रविवार (11-11-2012) के चर्चा मंच-1060 (मुहब्बत का सूरज) पर भी होगी!सूचनार्थ...!
आपका बहुत- बहुत धन्यवाद डॉ. शास्त्री .आप किसी काबिल समझते हैं तो अच्छा लगता है .आभारी हूँ!
Lovely capture as always, Amit! Hope your weekend is going well!
Thank you Sylvia! Have a nice time:)
Your capture and caption always form a great combination... excellent picture Amitji :)
Thank you Harikrishna:) Glad you liked:)
Sometimes we refrain from asking and remain thirsty. Why? Words with depth!
...जाने क्या सोच के ऐसा ना किया:):)...very deep I agree!Thank you Zephyr:)
Presentation with the most apt picture, and your spellbinding lines, was superb. :)
Thank you Anshul:)
a beautiful picture and what a quote to say .. Bikram's
Thank you dear brother for completely agreeing:):)
Vidambana-that's it.By the way here is a link to a beautiful poem-you will like it http://www.versedaily.org/2012/story.shtml
Yes, it is really beautiful:) Thank you Indu:)...and yet another coincidence between us!...my next one is on train too:)
Thank you Latha:)
The single twig closer to the water seems to be the rebellious one...Ready to tread on untested waters :)
Great imagination:) amazing interpretation:):) You're a philosopher Jaish:) I loved it, thanks a lot:)
Waah!!! Khoobsurat lines.
Thank you Indrani:)
Beautiful photograph and words :)
Thank you Puru:)
A very thoughtful click. Beautiful one, Sir!
Thank you Tanya:) Glad you liked:)
Nice click and a beautiful thought!
Thank you Abhinav:)
Some creatures prefer to remain thirsty when water is available at hand!
So true! Thank you Matheikal:)
Vastness of the lake is well captured!
Thank you Uppal:) Glad you liked:)
great pic and great words ! doesn't it always happen ? even when we are thirsty we don't bring it to anyone's notice and then crib that no one really understands !
You're right too.., but this particular work of mine focuses more on pathos!Thank you Tangy for giving it a thought:)
wonderful words...lovely image
Thanks a lot:)
Beautiful.. and the picture's so apt. Doesn't quite come together in English though.
A translation is just a shadow of the original!Thank you Tulika:)
Lovely words for the lovely picture!
Thank you Deepa:)
absolutely beautiful Amit ji both the words and the picture ---hariyali mein se jhakte kante
Thank you Rajni:)