An exceptional example of the Mughal architecture, this shrine is over 350 years old and there isn't much of its beauty lost. The winds here are made of the prayers of the devotees, laughter of the children, wonder and excitement of the tourists and the delicious smell of food wafting in from renowned restaurants like Kareem's and Al-Jawahar.
As I sat on the steps wearing my shoe, I took a moment to reflect what I saw and take it all in. I entered a busy market to visit a serene mosque. The atmospheres very much in contrast but co-existing harmoniously. I realized that this is the symbolism we need in our life. People keep working hard everyday, refusing to sit back and appreciate what they have and in the process, missing out on most of the fun part of life, because they fail to work out a harmony between both. This was a much needed trip. Gratitude. That's all I had.