Tuesday, October 13, 2009

A Serene Beauty

After disengaging myself from the authentic feel of the Indian coffee house, I started moving towards the main stretch of the mall road, where a serene beauty caught my eyes…it was a beautiful church which gave the hustle bustle of the market place a unique sanctity, it was an image of peace .

In this world where we are so caught up with the daily ride in the maniacal galore of our lives, God blesses our heart with a unique calm that we discover when we find ourselves at peace, this is God’s way of saying “I’m there”.
But what was that!! All of a sudden I could hear a joyous sound of music, it came from a source where I could see numerous faces twinkle with a smile as they moved, swinging to the tune of dholaks- It was the day of Dushera ..the smile on the faces of the people and the great festive spirit were quite contagious. Wherever we may be, we can always manage to find a festive chord that reminds us of celebrations back home.

(Though the sound cannot be heard due to some error, the vibes of celebration are quite stirring .)


Butternut Squash said...

There is poetry in your prose. Beautiful indeed.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Sana:)

Indian coffee house is a place I have been eating for decades now. The head quarters of the Coffee house is Trichur which is in Kerala. They have opened branches all over India. I have not only eaten in their branches in Kerala but also in Bohopal, Gwalior and Jablapur. They sell coffee powder also.

The Church is lovely and looks like a typical British type architecture. Visiting a church and meditating there in calms and soothes frayed nerves and bring immense peace and joy to the mind.

Oh yes, the joyous sound of music can be heard loud and clear. It is very interesting to see laughing, dancing and enjoying themselves.

I am sure you really had a wonderful day. Now that you have mentioned about Indian coffee house, I will be thinking of you when I visit the coffee house here in Kochi:)

Have a nice day Sana:)

Being Pramoda... said...

HI Sana,

i too heard about it may a times..good to know these frm u .. nice pics and thaks for the clip..

enjoyed it..

manivannan said...

WOW! I second Butternut Squash...there is poetry in ur prose....beautifully written, as always!

The video, and the music was also good ;-) Captures the festivity spirit! Esp, loved the beat, one cannot resist but have to give in to it!

Thanks a lot for sharing Sana:-)

Rush said...

u were at the right place at the right time...i somehow cudnt watch the video, wa looking forward to watching some live!!!

A New Beginning said...

Hi Butternut, welcome to the blog:) thanks for your warm comment..do come again :)!
Hi Mr.Joseph, the church was indeed an epitome of peace:) Im glad you remembered me !!
Hi BP, Thanks for a patient read!
Thanks Mani, Im glad it could play in your system:)
Hey Rush!!I indeed was :)Do watch it, had fun watching it live :)

Whirlwind said...

Beautifully narrated and very descriptive!!

A New Beginning said...

Thanks Swetha!

Sniffles and Smiles said...

A beautiful post!!! Not sure which is your primary blog, and so I'm visiting here as well!! Thank you for your thoughtful comments and friendship!!! I look forward to getting to know you better...that is after I kick the post-operative, pain killers...LOL...But I didn't want to miss thanking your for your lovely words!!! All the best to you, Janine

A New Beginning said...

Thnaks Janine:) thats very sweet of you! I wish you a speedy recovery!!Hope to see you back soon!

Deepu George V said...

Wonderful pictures... and wonderful blog... The description really took me there...

Thanks for visiting my blog.
--Deepu George V

Margaret Cloud said...

Very pretty picture of the church. Most church's have a certain beauty in them, I enjoyed you post, it was well thought out. Have a great weekend.

Amritbir Kaur said...

There was a rhythm in your prose...as already mentioned by other readers I too felt the poetry in your prose. I read your post in a flow, without any break in it.

Princess said...

ah.. such lovely experiences you are getting..
keep updating friend