Friday, 1 April 2016

A - Art (A-to-Z-Challenge 2016)


in every grain
savouring the chaos
-Art



Twitter: @13nimi


June 10, 2015 at Juhu Beach, Mumbai, while I was looking for a place where my kids can make their own castles on ground, I saw this beauty. 
On the crowded beach, this beauty. Some stopped and admired, most just gave it a passing glance.
Thank God for smartphones and the cameras that come with them :)


Blogging from A to Z (A-to-Z-Challenge)

34 comments:

  1. My first picture theme post of the day! Just what I need. And you've captioned it so well .. Art of Chaos .. takes me back to the chaos theory. Where did you click it? Share some more details about the pics you put up.. perhaps a small story of how you discovered it? was this in Mumbai? Gorgeous sand art I must say!

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    1. Hi dear. Welcome to my blog :) Thanks...
      Yes, this is Mumbai. Juhu beach. I just added the details to the post.
      Thanks again.

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  2. Haiku is my favorite and more on that if anyone is such a god haiku person its a treat to read .
    All excited for further posts .

    This just touched the strings ... Its Like seeking Lord Ganesha's blessings in start ;)

    And yes a big shout out to the artists ,they create wonders with the art ☺

    @dixita011 from
    Cafenined words

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    1. Thanks Dixita.
      As you can see from all the haiku I have written, that I love it too. Kindred souls, I hope...

      True, it is a beautiful start.
      Thanks again :)

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  3. Art alone can have a standing of its own irrespective of the chaos. You have 'shree ganesh' your journey. the haiku speaks volumes injust few lines.

    @w0rds4u from As Time Flies

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  4. Hello from A to Z. It must've taken a lot of time to create this detailed sculpture of Ganesha.

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    1. Hello Cynthia. It does take a lot of time. I always wonder at the thought that goes behind painstakingly creating art that is so short-lived...

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  5. I like haiku because it slows me down, and allows me to appreciate life. Haiku represents a contemplative alternative in strict juxtaposition to a world where speed and urgency seem to be the dominant paradigm.

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    1. I couldn't agree more. I love Haiku, as is obvious from the many that I have written :)

      Thanks for visiting my blog...

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  6. such a powerful Haiku, Profound!

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    1. Thanks a lot Karan. Glad you liked it :)

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  7. J here, stopping by from the #atozchallenge - where I am part of Arlee Bird's A to Z Ambassador Team.
    April is here and I'm excited about it. Best of luck to us both on meeting our goals of posting and hopping to other blogs.
    My blog has a giveaway. There's a bonus a to z challenge each day to encourage people to visit more stops.
    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com

    That's wonderful art. Amazing that sand can give us such beauty.

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  9. Lovely piece of art and nice haiku there. Looking forward to more from you :)
    Reema D’souza from
    Reem Writes...

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    1. Thanks a lot, Reema. Do keep coming back :)

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  10. Lovely pic and lovely words to go with it! All the best with the challenge. Cheers :)

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    1. Thanks a lot, Kala. And all the best to you too :)

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  11. This is just beautiful! Simple and sweet :)

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    1. Thanks a lot. Glad you like it :)

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  12. Art indeed--the only thing which makes chaos beautiful. :) Lovely haiku.

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    1. That's why I loved it too. Thanks :)

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  13. Beautiful sand art

    @mysilverstreaks from
    Storiesandmore

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    1. Thanks a lot. Welcome to my blog.
      And you have a beautiful name, Dahlia :)

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  14. Art has the freedom of savoring the chaos and transforming it into a majestic form.
    Lovely sand art and lovelier Haiku :)

    My Era @theerailivedin
    The Era I Lived In

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    1. Thanks Era. I love your blog title, by the way :)

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  15. I love the description of art!

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    1. Thanks Fida. I do agree. I always find that the right description add to the understanding of art.

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