Monday, April 15, 2013

With all the best smile

          Smile a while and while u smile some other will smile too , so will blossom a thousand smile.
                                    This one is one of my favorite pictures so far (my boy)
The value of a smile is priceless, yet it is the cheapest, easiest, most rewarding and most sincere gift to anyone that crosses your path. A smile makes a person's day, anybody's day even a stranger's day. A smile is infectious. Start infecting people with your smile today.
A smile is nature's best antidote for discouragement. It brings rest to the weary, sunshine to those who are sad, and hope to those who are hopeless and defeated.
A smile is so valuable that it can't be bought, begged, borrowed, or taken away against your will. You have to be willing to give a smile away before it can do anyone else any good.

So if someone is too tired or grumpy to flash you a smile, let him have one of yours anyway. Nobody needs a smile as much as the person who has none to give.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Smile, for everyone lacks self-confidence and more than any other one thing a smile reassures them.
Have you ever notice his smile when you are at Jaigoan, India and he never forgets to ask, how are you? Is everything alright?

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Lhuntshi Tshechu

This journey was unplanned. My friend saw me getting bored and asked me if i wanted to go to Lhuntshi Tshechu. I said yes, i wanted to buy some handmade items so she started to cook pack-lunch instantly and we were ready in a jiffy.  On reaching there i didn't get what i was looking for but still than i was happy that i got to take these pictures.
                                               Jangchu Chorten , cremation ground

Can you see the Lhuntshi Dzong from here?
 Approaching the Dzong                                       

                             Hey Dude, are you happy to be here? Dude : yes
                                                   DCM Garments Shop

                                                                  The Movie
                                                      The Tshechu Market
                                                        And here we are at the Tshechu

                               Thank you my friend for the memorable hospitality.
                                               Girls dressed in best
                                                            Flowers for sale
                         Someone had too much to drink or had too much to enjoy.
                                                         Speeding back
                                                                    Tangmachu Bridge
                                                          Time for the break
                                                        Fried Ara (local wine) with changpa.
                                                          Second share please

                                                                Thank you