If some thing comes in my mind, it stays till it is not done- no matter the results are as expected or not. I believe in going for it!
One fine day I decided I will spend my sunday going to a monument. Sitting there, chilling with myself, looking around, feeling what's its like being a human being- a living creature. Not running for anything, not expecting anything, just doing for the love of it.
I got up late coz Saturdays were also spent in offices. I took a blue line metro then a violet one, got down at JOR BAGH metro station. Took an auto 50/- and sat under a hugeee tree. I have seen that big tree even in mountains. Did this????
People were curious. Mostly people were like she must be an artist, but we all have forgotten it is not essential to be one. We all infact are we need to shape em and find them beneath.
Kids deliberately trickling around me and I tried my best to hide it.
One time it became bit odd when a group of boys approached and was like can we have this water, I very genuinely smiled back and was "sure, sure please have it" - what best can be done than giving some thirsty a bottle of water in this heat. But then they tried to indulge more, I stopped entertaining.
Some came and without even asking for it, took the bottle and drank it. I had only one bottle- for me and my Colors.
After this, I went inside the tomb. It is just a simple tomb. Don't expect anything much. Foreigners are happy to be here. Guides explaining stories to them.
The exteriors are more intriguing than the interiors. It is a beautiful place to visit in Delhi.
Humayun was the successor of Babur, the first Mughal Invader to India.
Charbagh is a Persian quadrilateral garden layout based on the four gardens of Paradise mentioned in the Quran
It was a great fun day. That tree was my big time saviour. If you will go there you can find it just in front of the tomb.