The long wintry road to spiti, the one which comes with many surprises and sights, and the one which keeps taking you beyond your inhibitions, and the one which keeps taking you beyond the need of validation, the one that keeps taking you beyond the usual things that grab your attention, and the one that keeps showing you a life which should be lived with all the intensity, with all the purpose.
a road that deserves to be travelled upon.
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Those nights where you toss and turn in bed trying to fall asleep, but your mind won’t allow you. you just lay there and think. you think about every single possible thing that is going on in your life. in those moments where you can’t fall asleep, that’s when you do all of your thinking and you know what? it’s scary. . .
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It is ironically hard to match a magnet’s negative side to the metal’s negative one.
but when you try to make them closer, some sort of negativity happens.
indian weddings are as same as the concept of iron & magnet. every bride & groom must have their own funda of choosing their life partner, well ! not only the companion, but the type of wedding photographers they want, type of decorators, artists, outfits & the type of jewellery they want to wear for their big day according to the settled budget.
in the struggle of providing this space of “choosing what you want” by some indian parents,
we came across the concept called “ rays of hope” on a woman who’s wearing the jewellery of her dream and realising how lucky she is that she got to make a decision of her own thoughts.
If opportunity doesn't knock it's probably cuz you've not built a door? but think about it if you really were looking for an opportunity would you really be sitting behind a closed door waiting for it to knock.
in photo: @nealon_26
shot on: @canonindia_official
edited on: @lightroom
Aparajita means unbeatable, and shankh-pushp means - a flower that resembles a conch shell. this blue flower is offered to goddess durga, kali, and her different forms. its scientific name 'clitoria ternatea' is due to the resemblance of its shape to the human female genital. it may be a reason that its roots are used as a charm for women in villages of south india, pregnant women wear the roots of aparajita in their arms or waist as a charm and think that it will help them to deliver normally. in china and other south east asian nations it is used to cure a lot of gynecological disorders.