“Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground”.

Jalaluddin Muhammad Rumi

One of the many oil lamps lit at home for Diwali

One of the many oil lamps lit at home for Diwali

I’ve come across more creative, more fascinating “About” pages on others’ blogs, but I really haven’t figured out that piece for my blog yet. My excuse is that I’ve been blogging only for about 6 months now.

I am told that I see good in everything around me. I figure why not share this optimism with others. At this starting stage, that is all I am hoping for – to share with you the beauty I see around me, in small things and big. share with you impressions and experiences from my travels, and to learn from yours. Along the way, I do hope to get serious about photography and work on improving it,

What I can tell you with certainty is why I enjoy photography and blogging – it is teaching me to be more mindful of my surroundings, live in the moment, experience it for what it is. Travel has become much more fun and the simplest activity in the day is preceded with an anticipation of experiencing something different or unique to be captured on my smartphone camera. Channeling my random bursts of creativity to work on my photos and putting down my thoughts on paper feels incredibly liberating. It is like returning back to my natural state – doing what I love, without inhibitions. (pariferal is, therefore, a combination of my name and “feral”).

My name is Paritosh and these are the snapshots of my world, my travels. Thank you for reading my story and I’d love to hear yours! So, please drop a note if you are around. I’d very much want to pop over to your blog and connect with you.

All the very best!

July 2014

11 replies »

    • You are most welcome! One reason I have come to love blogging is the amazing people, like yourself, I get to know. To read what others think, say, and feel has, on more than one occasion, opened my eyes to new possibilities and ideas. We’ll stay in touch.. 🙂

    • Hi again.. 🙂 Thank you for your feedback and for taking the time to go through my blog. I took the opportunity to visit your page too. Loved your article on organic photography. Something for me to think about.. 🙂

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