Monthly Archive: April 2018

Z is for zoo 3

Z is for zoo

A place where live animals are kept, studied, bred, and exhibited to the public. A backyard zoo. Let plastic animals (or the stuffed variety if you have enough) take center stage in your backyard...

Y for Yes 6

Y for Yes

Y for yes Say yes to conservation say yes to better environment say yes to recycle and reuse say yes to wildlife Say and make nature a big part of your life say yes...

X for xeriscape 9

X for xeriscape

Merriam Websters dictionary says – Definition of xeriscape : a landscaping method developed especially for arid and semiarid climates that utilizes water-conserving techniques (such as the use of drought-tolerant plants, mulch, and efficient irrigation)...

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W for Water

Water is the source of life – and it flows within all of us. 70% of the earth is water and the same goes for the human body. Water a very important element for...

V vegetation, valley 4

V vegetation, valley

Valley is an area of low land between two mountains or hills, which generally has a river flowing through it. Valleys are one of the most common landforms on the Earth They are caused...

U is for Universe 4

U is for Universe

The universe is infinite and we are part of this wonderful universe. The 5 basic elements or Panch tattvas are part of this universe, this nature. there are millions of unanswered questions about the...

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T is for Trees

 Trees our very own natural green source of life on earth. It’s nature’s greatest gift to humankind. Trees are our best friends. Have you ever spoken to a tree, try, its stress reliever. Every...

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S sun-sea-sand-sky

I am obsessed with panch tatva’s and this combo of Sun-Sea-Sand Sky is my favorite. This click sums up all my favorite things and one of my best clicks too. I’m a Sun-Sea-Sky watcher...

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R is for Rain & 4 R's

  Again a natural source of water which is romantic for some, full of emotions for others, way to hide tears for some, a source of growth for some. Rain matters to all be...

Q is for Quartz & Quern 7

Q is for Quartz & Quern

Quartz and Quern both are stones with a great value. Quartz is the most abundant and widely distributed mineral found at Earth’s surface. It is present and plentiful in all parts of the world....

P for Panch tattwa's 4

P for Panch tattwa's

Before I begin first of all wishing all a very happy Akshay Tritiya also known as Akha teej. it is annual spring time festival, it is tremendously fortunate and sacred popular festival which carries...

O for Ocean 14

O for Ocean

Today is the need to Conserve Oceans and its life. They are beautiful and are home to many marine creatures and lives. Ocean, Seas, rivers and for that matter all water bodies are essential...

N is for all things Natural 8

N is for all things Natural

When I talk about natural elements they are part of this beautiful nature only. Admire it, nurture it, save it, take care of it, live with it. All things around us trees, flowers, plants,...

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M is for Mountain & Mud

pic courtesy – brainy quote There’ s is a very famous quote by John Muir that says “Mountains are calling and I must go” Mountains are a very essential ecosystem and a natural resource...

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L is for Leaves

Nature never cease to amaze me. It’s elements, It’s contents have always inspired me, motivated me, given me a lot to write and explore about. Another beautiful sight in this series is leaf on...

K for Kitchen gardens 23

K for Kitchen gardens

Here I will tell you the importance and happiness associated with kitchen gardens. I don’t need to tell that its natural, organic and made by your own hands. The hand-grown, home-grown vegetables are nutritious,...

J is for Jungle 5

J is for Jungle

The deep, dense, dark, holding so many secrets which are still unexplored. The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word Jangla meaning uncultivated land. Jungles cover a major part of national parks and sanctuaries...

I is for Incredible India 11

I is for Incredible India

I Incredible India nature’s paradise. The India that has given me my identity, nature’s paradise to be with it. I love the natural things around me and crave more to explore this beautiful country....

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H for habitat, for hydro power

Hydro-power or water power The energy of falling water, rain, or melting ice or fast running water is a natural resource we can utilize for power. and generating electricity. How can a nature lover...

G is for Garden Greens 9

G is for Garden Greens

G is for Green     G is for garden Why garden? because I feel that’s the closest one is to nature in his or her surroundings.       Creating a garden to spending time...

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F is for Fire

  Fire Also called Agni and is associated to Sun. Yet again I’m back to Panch Tatwa’s of nature. Fire is another important element, it represents growth, movement. It is the source of energy...

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E is for Earth

In continuation of Panch Tatwa’s, I will be writing on this very important element of Earth, Our very own Mother Earth. The one and only. The mother of all, Layer by layer by layer...

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D is for Desert

Desert always brings the poet in me out…. Desert Oh Desert Who are you? I’m calm yet complex, I’m peaceful and quiet, I can see stars that shine very bright. I may be dangerous...

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C is for Cloud

I never get bored of natural resources, they inspire me, motivate me, help me dream and be creative. Clouds are one such beautiful feature that makes me child once again. Be the child in...

B is for Beach 24

B is for Beach

This is nature’s necklace and how can one miss it when talking about nature’s gift in this nature theme writing. Since I’m focussing on natural things that inspire me in this theme, Beach is...