Being at home means absolute bliss. I know that’s a cliche now. But still I just can’t stop chattering about how perfect the weather was, or how finger licking good was the food or how fun it is to have a pet who listens to all your commands. There was rain and sunshine and even the garden lizard seem to be awaiting my return. Bringing to you some photos from Assam.
This visit was even more entertaining as it was the first time I was visiting home after my marriage.
Rongali Bihu marks the start of our new year. I have mentioned here how the children would dance and sing and bless the household.
took the instrument from a kid and started playing something or the other. It was fun to watch them laughing and dancing together – to watch the true essence of celebrating a festival, being a family and enjoying moments.
After the delicious lunch consisting of fish curry, desi chicken and mixed veg. we all went for a walk, in my uncle’s tea garden. The area has become unsafe now as leopards, elephants and small tigers frequently visit the place.
The sun was setting when we started from Madhupur.
A day later we visited my maternal uncle’s home. The place still looks the same. Biker tried catching a fish from my uncle’s fishery, but after looking at the bait he let my brother do it. They did catch a fish, a small one though.