My friends and I have moved to Poitiers, France to pursue our Masters in Aeronautical Engineering. It’s been three days and we are in love with the place. Here are a few pictures.
Arrived in Paris and no trains to Poitiers in the evening. So we just went to bed at the TGV station in the airport.
On the way to Poitiers
The view from my window every morning
I’m leaving for my Masters in a month and figured I’d spend some time with my father before I leave. He’s off to work early and I’m home alone until dusk. I’ve been cooking, washing vessels, cleaning the house and trying to stay productive. All this work keeps me occupied and it feels like a lot of work sometimes. Until now I’ve never realised the importance of the fact that my mother had given up her career to take care of us and manage the house, and has been doing it for decades now. I sit on the window sill and contemplate a mother’s patience & perseverance, and the things she sacrifices, for her family’s well being.
Kanniyakumari is the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula and belongs to Tamil Nadu. Here, one can witness the confluence of The Bay of Bengal, The Arabian Sea, and The Indian Ocean.
The route to Kanniyakumari is adorned with hundreds of gigantic windmills.
The Southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula
A ritual in progress.
A couple standing still, two friends take a selfie, my brother lost in deep thought, and Thiruvalluvar’s Statue in the background.
A selfie with the Thiruvalluvar’s Statue.
People sitting on a ledge of the Mandap and basking in the evening light.
People enjoying the evening waves.