Look what the MONSOON Brought In !!!

It’s been raining nonstop since 24 hours now and while in Europe, I know that would be nothing to be happy about. In this desert state, of India, it’s time for joy.

Mahi Dam – Rajasthan
image by banswara.nic.in

The dams are full meaning we will have enough water to drink this year.

Promise of a good crop brings smiles
image by blogs.wsj.com

The water tables are recharged, signaling a good crop and

Having a Rain Party
image from photos.merinews.com

The sun is on a holiday – which may sound strange to the westerners but is reason enough to party in this part of the world!

As if this wasn’t enough, this monsoon brought in something more

Look What The MONSOON Brought In!!!

A Baby!!!

Yes, a cuddly, beautiful, much awaited addition to our family. One of my favorite cousin been blessed with a baby boy yesterday. While babies, are always a reason for cheer. This one is extra special because we’ve been waiting for him for years now. Welcome little one, to our  family. You must know you’re the luckiest baby in the world. You have the most special, caring and crazy  parents. We’re sure with your dimpled smiles and willful crying you will fill their lives with new hope, love and happiness. God Bless you!


21 Comments Add yours

  1. Congratulations! What a lovely entry, water and new life!

    1. Thnak-you! Love the way you put it – Water and New life!!! True blessings indeed 🙂

    2. Thank-you! Love the way you put it – Water and New life!!! True blessings indeed 🙂

  2. Madhu says:

    ‘pertying in the rain’ is so deligfhtful 🙂 Congratulations to your cousins on their new baby!

    1. Thanks madhu! Partying in the rain is so refreshing and bound to take 20 yrs off you instantly! Don’t you think???

  3. An uncle of mine was in the service of the Indian airforce. Just before retiring he was posted in Bikaner. He always complained of lack of enough water on phone 🙂 .
    This post reminded me of those days. This is really reaally good news for all the people over there. Bdw, where are u living?

    1. I live in Ajmer somesh, that’s very close to Jaipur and pushkar! If you’re familiar with them. This time Bikaner has had great rains:)

      1. Yeah, I am! I may have been bad at history, I surely know Jaipur, the famous Pushkar lake, Udaypur marble palace and all those places synonymous with the great name of Ranapratap etc..

        Most of my relatives have visited Rajasthan and I have seen those places in photos. I hope to visit those places some day myself. 🙂 When I do, I am gonna drop in at ur restaurant for sure 🙂

      2. sure! will look forward to that 🙂

      3. Hi I’ve finally acknowledged the award. thanks much. check the link Hi! I’ve nominated you for the Kreative Blogger award! Check out the link https://justanotherwakeupcall.wordpress.com/2012/08/27/rainbows-on-my-windscreen/

  4. P Agarwal says:

    Thanks – I got the feeling straight into my hear. I have read this to the little one as well 🙂

    1. Little one has begun well 🙂 loads of hugs and tickles to him

  5. Yousei Hime says:

    Congratulations on all the wonderful blessings.

    1. many thanks to you Yousei! I am loving your doodles 🙂

  6. Congratulations to your country on the rain, and your family, on the newly added boy!

    1. Thanks! kathryn. The rain’s still coming, and now everyone here is watching it with baited breath now. there is a very thin line here between a blessing and a curse, if the downpour continues for much longer it may cause havoc. Keeping our fingers crossed! The baby’s all blessing though 🙂 and making us all very happy 🙂

  7. Wow. These are wonderful images that brings joy! Beautiful!

  8. Arindam says:

    It’s raining heavily in my hometown, since the moment I arrived here. 🙂 Thanks a lot for sharing these beautiful images. Congrats to your cousin on newly born baby boy. Now you have lots of reasons to party with your family.

    1. Where are u from Arindam? Enjoy your stay at home:)

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