Life’s like a road that you travel on
When there’s one day here and the next day gone
Sometimes you bend, sometimes you stand
Sometimes you turn your back to the wind
There’s a world outside ev’ry darkened door
Where blues won’t haunt you anymore
Where brave are free and lovers soar
Come ride with me to the distant shore
We won’t hesitate
To break down the garden gate
There’s not much time left today
Above are the lines from Rascal Flatts —- Life Is A Highway track
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It was an official trip to Pune and there I clicked some of the images of the Pune city. I love one thing about Pune city is that the city is in touch with old and precious monument and there is a sense of relaxation whenever you enter in Pune.
Visited kwality Restaurant on East Street which set shop way back in 1956. Needless to say, this place has many firsts to its credit. The ambiance of the restaurant was good, and the interior design of the restaurant was in touch with old scripts and designs.
Passing by Pune I managed to clicked some more photos keeping the old theme in mind 🙂
16 April 1853 was the historic date when India’s first passenger train journey took place between Bori Bunder in Mumbai and Thane. Covering a distance of 34 kilometres, it was hauled by three locomotives, Sahib, Sindh, and Sultan.
Google is commemorating that momentous event with a celebratory doodle on its India home page. The India’s first passenger train journey shows a steam locomotive pulling a passenger train on a palm-lined railway track.
Travelling by mumbai local and celebrating Indian Railways 160th anniversary. The above photo is clicked while travelling.
Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights (deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights) that’s marked by four days of celebration, which literally illumines the country with its brilliance, and dazzles all with its joy. Each of the four days in the festival of Diwali is separated by a different tradition, but what remains true and constant is the celebration of life, its enjoyment and goodness.