Enchanted by the greenery around, we soon reached at the top of the dam. The reservoir lake had an amazingly terrific view from the top.
Moments make life memorable, some of them are like a quiet evening in the woods, a walk with your friends. We both were having a jolly good time.
No matter how many problems we have; one thing is sure that we Indians still know how to laugh and enjoy. Check out the young boys taking diving lessons...
If you are not a game for diving, try a long walk...
The other side is also too exuberant:
The place is so well maintained and clean that I was unable to stop myself from thinking again and again that how come this place is so well managed. Just by seeing at the below board all of my doubts evaporated.
No points to guess..this place is managed by TATA Steels.
By this time we both were a bit rejuvenated and started for our next destination, THE ZOOLOGICAL Gardens. Any doubts about the garden, it is indeed a garden; that was the first thought came to my mind when I was treated to such a beautiful portrait.
and large number of ducks to welcome us...
Mesmerized by the awesome greenery, I have forgotten for a moment that there are other commitments waiting for both of us.
Seeing the king of jungle in the cage, reminded me one famous dialogue of hindi movies:
(even small children can throw pebbles at caged tigers)
You might take your luck for granted with these tigers. However if you have it in you, try with him.
Innovation is not a patent of anyone, check out this simple yet effective way devised by this intelligent monkey to keep himself cool in this scorching heat:
It was the first time I had been to a zoo, but nonetheless I was cherishing the every moment of it. For the first time in my life I met with the following:
Looks like they were also delighted on meeting with me. Don't you all feel that these lives will be better off in their original homes, i.e. the forests.
While returning back, I was thinking that God has given me another venue to travel. This might be a humble beginning, who knows next time I will get a chance to go to Gir Forests or Ranthambore or Kaziranga Parks.
On one hand humans are destroying their dwellings to showcase their growth and later on to oblige these animals we are setting up sanctuaries, parks and zoological gardens. Whom are we trying to please or cheat..? We need to wake up in time, else when nature will seek back its due, human race will found itself too helpless and small.