India remains same, loved this un-glamorous pic. Very homey and familiar
It is interesting how you still call your parents home "home" . I don't remember when I stopped or even whether I stopped completely.
nothing like old worn well-lived in neighbourhood :)
Bong Mom, yeah, it never struck me it was worn, you know, I always knew it to be one of the - how do you put it - better maintained? neighbourhoods.Sig, you know sometime during the last couple of posts, I caught myself saying 'parents' home' instead of just 'home' and felt a pang. But that was just momentary, and even then, I guess you have two homes when you live elsewhere. Nandita, true, your comment has gotten me thinking.
Now I want to go back home. :(
So beautiful, so very tangible!
Jaya, I hope you get to go soonMusy, thanks.
I think it's beautiful and looks peaceful.
i love it Sra. A typical Indian neighbourhood...and i still call my parents home my home...and when i say family...i mean rajiv, my parents, my sis and her kids...i can never seperate any of them from me. Though i have friends who think of their husband and kids as their family...parents and siblings..as parents and siblings..hope i am making some sense here ;)
Love it!Tell me about the home thing... I can't yet call Sachin's parents' home in Hyd home... but where we live in GGN is home, my parents' place in Madras is home (not for very long) and my apartment in BLR is also home...
Asha, thanks, it's fairly peaceful, amen!Rajitha, Raaga - me too - I understand and feel exactly what you say.