While human lives have somewhere stopped in a hope of the betterment of the current pandemic situation, there’s a living nature in which the others creatures are on their respective routes towards growth.
Similarly, we will also trace the locations of our success, love, peace and contentment by having faith in our positive and uplifting beliefs.
Here are some pictures which I collected from a nearby field.
The arriving summer and the aroma of delicious mangoes complement each other. Consumption of aam-panna, made from raw mangoes is the best way to keep oneself hydrated in the scorching sun.
The ripe mangoes are world famous for it’s delicious taste, the unripe mangoes are also beneficial for health. They are rich in Vitamin A, E and C, calcium and magnesium. They relieve in stomach problems like ingestion, bloating, detoxification of liver, increase in production of bile secretion and enhances the hormonal system.
India is the largest producer of mangoes and contributes to about 50% of world’s total production.
Out of the 500 varieties of mango, Alphonso is referred to as “King of Mango” because of its exotic taste and texture. The variety is mainly grown in the regions of Maharashtra.
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Have a Great Day Ahead.
Besides the religious significance, the festival Diwali symbolizes the importance of element fire.
When the surrounding illuminates, there is a transmission of positive energy thus, leading to a pleasing atmosphere.
Here’s a brief on Fire:
Out of the five elements (Air, Water, Earth, Fire and Space/Sky) which make all the living entity, fire is responsible for transformation of matter from one state to other and it purifies the matter.
Fire is responsible for hunger, thirst and sleep in human body.
There are different types of fire or Agni for vision, digestion, intellect, body colour and radiance of sunlight by skin in human body.
The Indian Ayurveda principle use fire element for treatment of most of the diseases.
P.S.- Whenever you feel like you have won over negative thoughts, it’s also a day of Diwali and you can celebrate by illuminating goodness.
I find these blossoms so lively and just beautiful…
📌Roses are the ultimate symbol of love. Different colour of rose signifies different feelings and emotions.
📌There are about 100 species of rose.
📌Rose bushes can grow upto 7m tall.
📌About 4,000 songs are dedicated to rose!!!
📌The black rose actually does not exists rather it is dark reddish crimson colour.
These are the fresh garden roses, have a look:
The rose bud generally takes about fourteen days to blossom.
A good collection of clicks of clouds...
Also, read some facts about clouds below.
📌At any time about 67% of the Earth’s surface is covered by cloud.
📌There are about 10 different types of clouds.
📌 There is a method to induce rain from the clouds called cloud seeding. In this process, clouds are sprinkled with silver iodide or dry ice from a plane to cause condensation of water droplets leading to rain.
📌 Noctilucent clouds are those which appear only after first star is seen and so are also called night clouds. They are very rare. They appear as silvery blue or reddish orange.