KISSAN - NATURES FRIENDS


Kissan

No, the Pubs and Discos doesn't impress,
Neither do the towering glamorous structures,
Wherever I go, only one thing I frequently search,
Capture precious moments gifted by nature!

KISSANThose were the days when I was a naughty toddler,
My toys; empty match-boxes or my sis's left-overs.
I walked bare-feet here and there without a care,
Tripping, falling getting up; all in nature's lair.
The Sunday trips to zoos were my favourite,
Atop my mom's arms, at animals I'd ogle with glee.
For a child it is essential to be out in the nature,
Strengthening system's immune, providing vitamins vital.
Home grown veggies and fruits we were lucky to be fed,
With a botanist mother, we were doubly blessed.
Thankful to a nature-lapped chilhood, my native home breathed greenery all around,
But alas, the metro I currently live; is a dull life with concrete that surround.

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KISSANSo, when things get stuffy, I'd often get suffocated,
I wish I were that child again non-obligated.
I hop on a train or bus to escape the city I so abhor,
Only 'cos I do not get my daily supply of fresh nature I so adore.
As the train leaves the city and rushes uphill,
My heart leaps in joy anticipating lots of thrills.
Tunnels, water-bodies even the elegant bull nandi,
All greets and wishes me a pleasant journey.

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KISSANMy journey continues across length and breadth,
Covering simple pleasures of nature that I always seek.
Look! While the coconut and bananas may seem ordinary,
Notice the colours that makes them extra-ordinary?
Green and Yellow coconut or the red banana,
Looks so pretty, so unique;
While the fish reminds me,
of its hay days spent underneath seas.

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KISSANI spot a rooster and a peacock,
Waiting side-by-side for the morning sun.
A slight movement makes them aware,
What follows is a wild-goose chase.
They run, I chase; hoping not to offend,
In the end they do pose, petite pretty,
Making my nature seeking camera so happy!

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KISSANWhile the stray dog sits relaxed,
Under the shade of a shack,
I can't help noticing foot-prints left,
On the beach by some animal exotic.
I follow it to find dwellings of the crabs,
As they jump and sputter the sea waves,
The sight of a cow and its calf too,
Is enthralling no less!

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KISSANThe jungles, mountains; I love to trek them all,
That's my way of saluting the 'one' that made it all.
The country-side has so much of rural charm,
You've only to visit to witness; and appreciate its warmth.
You feel you are in a world so different,
Cut off from mainstream, yet glaringly near.
I stop when I want, go where I go,
Nature is for all, there's no stopping just go with the flow!

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KISSANGreen gardens makes me go 'wow',
Even open fields, filled with grazing goats and cows,
Man-made shark amuses me no end,
It's majestic presence in the oceans, I still bow.
Green, green and more green,
Refreshes mind and spirit instantly,
There's simply no place better than nature's lap,
Where I wanna spend away my time merrily!

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KISSANWatching a snail cross its path, for hours,
Or the pretty colourful blooming flowers,
Is there any other pleasure that can ever tempt,
The child in me who enjoys these natural delights?
I stroll the beach collecting sea shells,
Wondering about the lives it held once, within,
Nothing compares to the thrills nature gives,
For I'm part of nature too, as I soak it all in.

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KISSANI catch two rainbows up in the sky,
Yes, they appear one after another,
Myth busted, that two rainbows don't exist,
Am I lucky or what, to witness this, I wonder!
The long highways, barren or rowed with trees,
Me; they never cease to amaze,
On the road, as the journey propounds,
Even a pink lotus in a pond give joys abound.

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KISSANMy pursuit continues and I'm so determined,
Spotting monkeys is now not enough, I opt for the wild.
I want to walk into where those bold beauties reside,
That's when I catch the safari that promises thus.
Wild buffaloes, families of elephants; I meet,
Them in their wild homes; I'm the nervous guest.
As I watch a black bear munching away, the gates open further,
Taking right up to the lions; brown & yellow stripped tigers.
Unbelievable are these sights that appear left and right,
Spotting them everywhere, I hop like a playful child.
Moments of joys, these; alas in cities, I could never find!

KISSANKISSAN

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KISSANLeaving the overwhelming safari, I'm yet still not done,
Amidst nature I wanna have some more fun,
I walk the beautiful parks, laden with tall trees,
Far above in their branches I hear the bird's chirpings.
Pure oxygen, I breath deep feeling oh so fresh,
Even in hot summer, I feel cool under those tree shades.

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KISSANThe sun does a peek-a-boo with the clouds hovering above,
The clouds who in turn caresses the green hills high,
Bushy corridors and mazes mesmerizes;
While the green leaves shelters from sudden drizzles.
The wind-mills picks up on cue as the wind blows hard,
All in perfect rhythm, playing nature's choir,
I sprawl out on the ground watching this magic show,
Who says I'm not a child no-more?

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The hills, the fields, the palm trees, or open seas,
The sunsets or sun-rise, amazing they are countrywide,
Every step we walk, is truly nature's gift,
To protect them without fail; is our duty.
Shopping malls, gadgets, cinemas or fast-food stalls,
Cannot ever replace the 'bliss' of Nature's trails.

Being one with nature is being in Kissanpur!
For a child to grow healthy ~ in body and mind,
Regular trips to Kissanpur is a sound advice :-)
And in Kissanpur, you too are allowed ~ to be a child!

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Liked it? Then please 'VOTE' for it >> HERE ( Images - ©Mine taken during my recent 'ChennaiExpress' & 'Bangalore' trips! ) | When kids make friends, they hang out, they play games together and learn from each other. Welcome to Kissanpur, where a child shares a special bond with Mother Nature. Where watching a worm crawl on a leaf, or feeding a bird or watering the plants in the balcony, fills the little ones with joy. Where a child enjoys the nature’s company and also inspires others to be friends with nature. At Kissan, it is believed that happy childhoods are best nurtured by true friendship and an environment that’s 100% real. Kissan Fresh Tomato Ketchup is made from 100% real juicy tomatoes. Combining enjoyment with nutrition, bringing innovative ways to savour the goodness of nature with Kissan Jams or refreshing Kissan Squashes made from 100% Real Fruits. Kissan is mother's ally for over 75yrs!

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12 comments:

  1. GOOD ONE!
    KEEP IT UP
    LOVELY PICS

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  2. Nice .. Goood to read :) ATB!!

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    1. thanks for reading @Bhawya :-) ATB 2 u too

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  3. All the best for the contest, this is a great post :)

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  4. Very nice post! I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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  5. Really an interesting post.
    I too agree with you.
    At times i abhor this city life, and just go away and unwind for a while!! :)

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    1. yea...its feels great to unwind, thanks @Lancelot

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  6. Very nice photos...!

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