His pure eyes gave me happiness👼
I wonder when I was a child,I had such a pure eyes??
I lay amidst the desert waiting to witness the night sky filled with stars that was promised. My eyes hovered around the sky before it fell on the moon, although still half its actual size it overpowered the weak twinkling of stars.
Thoughts running through my mind, You can have only one don't you either the moon or the stars. Both equally beautiful both equally mesmerising . What the nature wanted to reveal, completely it's choice. Although a beautiful spectacle on display. I lay a bit disappointed, some expectations were made and the nature had failed to deliver.
Somewhere deep inside I never lost hope, why should I? The universe had conspired to give me what I wanted in the past and I expected no less a miracle tonight.
And it did happen, Past 2:00 AM, I don't know why or how the clouds decided just to engulf the moon for being extra bad today and not giving the stars the respect they deserve. The night sky revealed a million twinkling stars. Looking at them happily shine and me being able to witness it, a realisation struck. You can have them both, the moon and the stars, but in their own time. The key here is perseverance and hope. The winds across the desert grew stronger, She (Nature) was urging me to write and how could I not. She had delivered on her promise it was time for me to deliver on mine. ;)
Jaisalmer Fort is one of the world's largest fully preserved fort which is still a living fort. Built in 1156 AD by Rawal Jaisal, the fort derives it's name from two words -Jaisal and Meru. Jaisal came from the king himself and Meru is the name of an unassailable mythical mountain of the Gods in the Himalayas. Before the British came, #Jaisalmer was a part of the Silk Route and an important stop-point for the travellers and merchants.
Jaisalmer Fort is also a #UNESCO World Heritage Site along with all the other hill forts of Rajasthan, like Chittorgarh Fort. Due it's yellow colour which glows like gold in the morning and evening, it's also known as the Golden Fort or Sonar Qila.
Picture courtesy @52nd_#rangeelorajasthan