Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Happy Eid In My Native Village !


Hey  Lovely  People!


Hope  and  pray  that  all  of   you  are   breathing   smoothly  in  beautiful  weather  in  your   part   of  land!

I  know  i  am  quite  late  for  my  post  and  more  than  it  for  visiting  your   wonderful  places (my loss :(

But  let  me  share  that   i  was   away  from  internet   for  almost  11  days  as  i  went  to  visit  my  native  village  situated  near  Islamabad   where  i  am  living  right  now !

as  though  we   can  live  and  celebrate  life  by  our  own  throughout  the  year   but  on  special  days  we  truly  want  to  be  close  to  our  origin   and  our  family !

So  in  spite  of  i  lost  my  parents  almost  7  years  back  i  still   feel  more  serene  and  at  peace  when  i  be  in  my  village  and  among  people  whom  i  know  from  my  childhood !

Sharing  some  pics  from  my  visit  which  convey  my  joy  and  business  during  my  stay  in  village . I  met   my  elder  brother  and  his  family  and  many  friends  which  was  deep  pleasure  to  groom  my  soul  indeed!



This  stunning  view  not   only  takes  my  breath   away   but  bring  soooo  many   precious   memories  back  from   days  when  i  was  complete  with  my  parents  and  siblings




          Neighbor's   child  who  was  was  chasing  pigeons       petted  by  my  nephew


Happiness  is   product   of   peace  which  your   soul   gets  when  it   get   close   to  its   origin !  (for me)

      beautiful  flower  from  the  harden  of  my  brother's  wife  

 there  was  long  row   of   flower  pots  as  mild  weather  helps  them  grow  and  live  long so  well

 there  rains  atleast  once  or  twice  in  a  week  so  heat  don't  get  harder  on  plants  to  fad  them

                  My  youngest  was  so  happy  while  playing  with  goats  ,hens  and  pigeons  ,trying  to  feed  them  all  the  time  lol


 Rain  added  the  more  beauty  and  charm  to  surroundings!!!

 These  plastic  chairs  were  great  help  to  enjoy  the  slight  early  pouring  as  they  don't  get  spoiled ,i  will  miss  sitting  there  with  hubby  and  other  family  members  there !


  On  Eid   morning  when  we  all  returned  from  graveyard  (praying  for  our  parents  and  grand  parents  according  to  tradition)  gathering  started  and  day  was  filled  with  laughter  and  delicious  meals!

Our  conversations  were  more  about  our  past   and  about  the  future  of  our  children !


We  are  back  to  Islamabad  since  yesterday  and  it  will  be  my  pleasure  to  meet  you  guys  through   your  Beautiful  Amazing  Blogs!

Please  take  great  care  of  yourself  and  specially  of  your  sweet  beautiful  heart !
Keep   him  Filled  with  HOPE  and  TRUE  JOY  which  comes  from  Faith  in  God   and  Faith  In  Humanity!

Happy  Life  to  All  Of  You!

God  Bless  You  all!!!

36 comments:

  1. It looks and sounds like your Eid celebration was wonderful. Belated best wishes!

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  2. Happy Eid to you and your family! I'm sure everyone enjoyed the feast!

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  3. Hi, Baili! What a delight to read your post. I haven't seen you look so relaxed and peaceful in a while. Thanks for sharing your vacation photos. I especially love the photo of you and Ali. I'm sure the cool misty hills and soft rains lifted your spirits, and I hope the memory of them sustains you through the summer heat. There is nothing like visiting your childhood home and seeing family and friends. Your youngest son is sprouting like a weed ~ He is growing!!! Terry and I will be with my family in Nova Scotia in a month, and I can't wait. Lovely to see you back, my friend. Sending you a big hug and wishes for your family's wellbeing. God bless you too!

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  4. Sometimes it seems no matter where we live, we always find comfort in returning to the place where we spent our childhood.
    Thank you for sharing your personal memories, Baili. A very heartwarming post!

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  5. Your family is a beautiful family. No wonder you feel so blessed. And your original home is breath-taking. I am so happy you were able to visit and have a good time while observing the holiday.

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  6. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing xx

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  7. I enjoyed reading of your trip and seeing your photos from your visit to where you were a child. I'm glad you had a nice time.

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  8. welcome home from a wonderful time with family!

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  9. Another wonderful post. It is so good to reconnect with family and old friends. Great pictures as always. It seems like you had such a nice trip. I agree, plastic chairs are great in terms of holding up in all sorts of weather!

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  10. what a wonderful time you had,, welcome back!

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  11. Nice to see you are back and posting..
    Lovely collection of happy photos - always good to see..

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  12. Another beautiful post, my friend. I love that courtyard with all the pots (the little boy and the pigeons turn that photo into a little story) and I have to admit that I quite like the idea of 11 days without internet. It must be so liberating.
    Amalia
    xo

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  13. The view is absoletully magnificent!!

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  14. It was wonderful to see you enjoy your original home. While sad to remember the loss of your parents, visiting the graves, remembering good times with your family and friends is so important and quite healing. I really enjoyed the pictures and hearing about your celebrations with food and conversation.

    Its always so nice to read your posts, my friend. You help me see and learn from your posts about your beautiful country and life, I am so grateful for that!

    Jane

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  15. it seems you spend a beautiful time...

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  16. What a wonderful time for all! And such beautiful images to share your joy :)

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  17. So lovely to read your post and see your wonderful photographs.
    Lovely to spend time as you have done.

    You have shared some lovely photographs and that view is just wonderful.

    My good wishes

    All the best Jan

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  18. what a lovely post, such a beautiful place and I loved seeing you with your loved ones. I have recently been to visit the place my grandmother lived, I spent my happiest childhood times with her there and I visited her grave, sat and chatted to her and left some lavender from my garden. I can completely identify with what you said about coming back to your origins, a sense of complete calm and comfort!

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  19. A beautiful feeling of Eid. I hope the rest of the year is also very good for you!

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  20. I know how you feel; when I am in the place where I grew up, I feel complete. Your childhood home area is beautiful! I am glad you had a lovely visit . . . more good memories to store away, baili :)

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  21. Baili, this looks like a wonderful time. I would like to go back to my hometown. It's far away and most of the people are no longer there. But in my heart I visit often. :)

    This stone pillars are amazing! Are they part of a house?

    God bless you too, Baili. It was good to see these lovely photos this evening.

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  22. Hi Baili!!! (waving!) :)
    You all look so happy! That is a pretty view for sure. I hope you're enjoying your weekend and having a lovely time! :)xx

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  23. What a great time! Such beautiful photos! Really enjoyed them! You can see the happiness from your soul glowing! Big Hugs!

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  24. É mesmo uma celebração da vida, com reportagem fotográfica e tudo. Gostei muito.
    Uma boa semana.
    Um beijo.

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  25. Dear Baili, how wonderful for you to return to the home of your youth where good memories abound. Thank you for sharing the photographs of you and your family and friends and . ... the goat and pigeons! Peace.

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  26. http://anna-historias.blogspot.com/2018/06/jesus.html?m=1 Me ha gustado tu blog mas amenudo lo visitare.
    Besos

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  27. Truly beautiful place with lush green bushes and trees. For a moment I travelled to my village from Kochi city. Thank you Baily for sharing such nostalgic experiences. Was much delightful to see the togetherness among the family members. Lovely post.

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  28. Such huge smiles of happiness and I agree the scenery is lovely. Looks like the perfect place to grow spices and other plants and flowers. I love the beauty of your soul Bali. Hugs...RO

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  29. Hope your trip was wonderful! Having fun with family is precious time.

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  30. I can see the pure joy and happiness in your face, Baili, as you return to your favorite place. It is very pretty and your Brother's home has a lovely view. So nice to see all the wonderful family photos, too. A hug x Karen

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  31. Such a lovely post.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  32. Just stopping by to admire the pictures and to say hello Baili! Hugs...RO

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  34. Haven’t heard from you in a while Baili. Hope all is well.

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