Way to farm (slushy)

Jugnoo Farms my otherwise rustic (hobby) farm came alive after some unusually good showers during Diwali. I took some pictures to capture the magical effect of rains.

The more things change, the more they stay the same, right?

 

 

 

I took a ‘nature walk’ around my little farm and witnessed the exotic effect of rain good enough to excite a painter:

On way back its fun to wade through this lovely stream (An ‘Oda’ in Marathi) where you can see the simple but industrious village folk merrily washing the first lot of produce for the market.

A simple village routine

A trip to this simple unsofisticated location never fails to charge me up especially during the rainy days 🙂

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About dilipnaidu

An open mind! Love to share my thoughts and a keenness to learn. An engineer and a MBA I had a wonderful innings in the Army and later moved to consultancy and teaching. My current interests are reading, music, growing culinary herbs, playing golf and yoga. I am serious on "Living life less seriously". A warm welcome to you be well and be cheerful always.

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  1. girish says:

    Respected sir,

    Thank you so much for sharing the very beautiful natural pictures with us. Moreover every thing which is natural is beautiful. It gives us so much of peace and happiness to view serenity. We are in bliss with nature which gives us so much but never says it has given anything.

    Regards and best wishes

    Girish kohli

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  2. Nisha Sashidharan says:

    Dear Sir ,

    These pictures are almighty .

    The place seems to be peaceful and am sure u enjoyed the climate …. far off from effluence and smog .

    Hope to visit this place some time soon.

    Thanks and regards,
    Nisha 🙂

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  3. Dilip says:

    Hi Lubna, Vedant, Gaurav, Geetha, James and Dayanand,

    “Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this post. Feels good!”

    Kind regards!

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  4. Respected Sir,
    Namestey
    Thanking you very much for display such a awesome pictures.I feel that God had given wonderful Diwali gift as a rain.
    Thanks and Regards
    Dayanand

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  5. James Ninfaakang says:

    Dear Sir,
    Thanks for the Diwali pics. Reminds me very much of Africa and home, where we are encountering nature everyday. Just wish life is so much full of this as opposed to the pollution we are facing every second of the day.
    Regards,
    James

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  6. Geetha says:

    Dear Sir,

    Thank you for sharing these lovely pictures with us. They give us a sense of the tranquil aura in your farm.

    The first pic actually reminds me (with due apologies to Robert Frost) of “Stopping by Woods on a Rainy Evening.” And yes, there are times when simple, unsophisticated rustic pleasures can leave an indelible mark!

    Thanks and regards,

    Geetha

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  7. Gaurav R Arora says:

    Namaste Sir,

    Very Nice, would like to visit these farms with you some day…

    Even i enjoyed the whether and went on a long drive to airport road yesterday ,it was fun.

    I wish Nature God always showers his blessing on all of us.

    Wishing all the readers a Very Happy Diwali,

    Keep smiling and take care

    Gaurav R Arora

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  8. Vedant says:

    Dear Sir

    This is the real nature. (Green). This is what we called Heaven on Earth.

    Wish You and Your Family a Happy and Prosperous Diwali.

    Regards
    Vedant

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  9. Lubna says:

    It seems so peaceful and serene. Thank you for sharing these photographs.

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