Monday, June 30, 2008

Tranquillity

I think "tranquillity" is such a beautiful word -- it's got this soothing, whispering sound to it -- the word itself makes you want to believe that such a thing as 'tranquillity' actually exists.

We were in Pune last week & while gazing at this countryside-in-monsoon view from atop a hill, I realised what a beautiful word 'tranquillity' is!

10 comments:

Satyajit said...

Is this somewhere near NDA? Thats the only place i remember worth visiting in Pune anymore...

Sneha said...

Hey!

Where in Pune is this? Looked like Khadakvasla Dam for a sec... :-)

666 said...

sinhagad?

Maddy said...

true! the picture vouch for it !!

Shubha said...

That's so true...

Quite often in Life we start appreciating and understanding the meaning of a lot of words when we experience things first hand!

Of all the places I have visited so far the one which I shall never forget is one of the Hawaii'an islands called Molokai..

I studied in Pune..and have a lot of fond memories associated with it..


I have a lot of wonderful memories of Pune...

suramya said...

I love the early morning fog sitting on top of the mountains

shakester said...

'tranquility' is a beautiful word because of what it implies- in our heads:) . The associations it has in our minds makes us like it.

dunno, just felt like saying that.

"...it is a word. What matters is the connection the word implies."
- Ramakandra, Matrix Revolutions.

Radha said...

All,
Yup, that's the hill overlooking the Khadakwasla dam.

Nilesh said...

I'm trying to imagine this post minus the picture and realize how much of a meaning it lends to the word. :-) But yeh, it hasn't rained since you clicked this picture.

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