Pastoral Punjab Revisited
Last week begged for some quality me-time, elsewhere. No sooner (five hours later if truth be had), I found me in Nawanpind Sardaran, a picturesque little canal-side village just off Gurdaspur in north Punjab. It proved to be most rejuvenating of escapes in recent memory, came as it did with oodles of tea, glorious home-cooked food, endless sun-soaks, refreshing morning walks, languorous evening strolls, and mellifluous birdsong. Though nothing can replicate being there in person, through this pictorial post I attempt to walk you through a day in the life of a Punjab village.
Absolutely amazing…….and I must also add….e n v i o u s…..
It was indeed. So won’t fault the envy – it is well-placed 🙂
Will take you there when you hit Indian shores next…shortly?
Very nice Pictures Puneet. 1200D seems to be a very nice camera 😉
Thanks Paramjeet. For stopping by too. Indeed it is 😉
WONDERFUL pics. 🙂 Love your captions 🙂
Thanks Ava.. I really enjoyed being there; shows 🙂
Great visit! Sad, we lost our village to nearby town. Every picture is full of thoughts.
Yes, it was. I was pleasantly surprised to find this one still retained the essence.
Lovely photo tripping… loved the captions too!
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Very intriguing and inspiring article.
Thank you. For stopping by here, too.
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