12 Jan

a bird 

original National Geographic article A BEDOUIN...

original National Geographic article A BEDOUIN MOTHER AND CHILD. The father of this little nomad may be a warlike bandit with a cloudy notion of property rights and other details of the civilized code; his mother a simple daughter of the desert with a childish curiosity and fondness for gaudy trinkets, but her babe has the divine heritage of mother love as truly as the most fortunate child of our own land. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

at the stretch of it’s wings

hugs all it’s chicks warmly

a lovely beautiful eye feast

 a mother

always hugs it’s child comfortably

feeding a new born child by the mother

always an adorable scene from the ages

a kiss, a hug, a warm greeting makes a lot of differences

a family sustains only on the foundations of love and affections

all the eyes at villages eagerly waits for the arrival of their kids for Sankranthi Festival



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8 responses to “Mother

  1. bearspawprint

    January 12, 2013 at 3:12 am

    I am so ignorant I have to look up Sankranthhi and Pongal. Or if I used to know, I don’t remember just now.—–Granny

    • advocatemmmohan

      January 12, 2013 at 5:45 am

      Festival of Farmers in South India.Agriculture is the main occupation in our country. After harvest season, we celebrate this festival as Sankranthi Lakshmi and another factor, the Sun enter into house of Makara ” Capricorn” and as such this festival is called as Makara Sankranthi.
      all best wishes
      with regards

      • bearspawprint

        January 12, 2013 at 10:43 am

        Thank you so much for taking the time from your responsibilities to answer my curiosity. I didn’t realize Sankranthi was also Lakshmi. House Capricorn hold the birth date of a few of my favorite people. I wish good times and much joy and comfort for all. Thank you for all you have done.—–Granny

  2. simonsundarajkeun

    January 12, 2013 at 4:17 am

    Reblogged this on Simon Sundaraj-Keun.

  3. johncoyote

    January 12, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    A beautiful photo and I like the description. Thank you.

  4. Michael T.

    February 10, 2013 at 3:43 pm

    What a tender poem–a universal and timeless message about a mother’s love. Thank you for your beautiful words.


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