Here’s come the another page for Delhi Diary. Lately you found me complaining about the speed with which this city moves but it’s fun to squeeze a few moments and pause time atleast for yourself, if not for everyone else. Gaining a few days of home, strangely I found myself reluctant coming back to Delhi. Seems like I still haven’t come up with terms being in this city. *Sigh* But life doesn’t go on according to our moods, does it?
Change of mood swept in when I was mesmerized by the magnificent beauty of Akshardham. Although it wasn’t my first visit there but I wasn’t less stunned to it’s beaut, which seemed to have multiplied over the years. Every wall of this place screamed unbound creativity. I wonder if this place could leave all the writers speechless or it was just me. We were surely overwhelmed by the kind of brilliance it reflected. By the time we even saw half of it, we were already out of adjectives (not that we know many 😛 ). We didn’t even want to blink our eyes fearing we might miss something so incredible.
The only thing which pained me every single moment I spent there was the absence of camera. With our cellphones ditched away in cloakroom at the entrance gate of the temple itself, we could actually be at the place, and be in the moment. There wasn’t constant buzzing of phones to take us away into the virtual world. But while I missed my camera to capture the beauty, I was glad the absence of it kept the place from the social media freaks getting clicked in every possible way from every possible angle to get the best possible Display PictureI was going crazy with the beauty and wanted to capture it through the lens but sadly I could do it only with my eyes and imprint the images in my mind for as long as I can. Here’s the Google images that came to my rescue for I unable to capture mine.
Here’s a little info about Akshardham Temple quoted from here:
Although the time crunch made us miss the Light and Sound show involuntarily but the experience of the day couldn’t be compared to anything else. To all those who haven’t seen it yet, I strongly recommend visiting once whenever you visit Delhi.
So until I set out to discover yet another part of Delhi meanwhile stay happy and stay blessed.
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Until next episode from Delhi!