Melodramatic Clouds: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

With every changing seasons, the clouds in high skies of Mussoorie and Landour have always mesmerized me.

©Clouds enveloping hills, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

It’s a miracle, how, the shapeless clouds of different shapes and sizes, floating in the air take form of various figures and realise abstract ideas and thoughts. Since ages these clouds have inspired many artists, poets and musicians.

© Hillroads, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

After a stretch of monsoons, sun came up today and I hit the road to steal little sunshine. The clouds were dancing in rhythm with the breeze, playing hide and seek with the sun. I captured the moment, and to my surprise, I found the clouds resembled the symbol of ‘Om’ in the sky.

© Clouds taking shape of Om

Om is a sacred spiritual symbol in Indian religions, mainly in Hinduism, wherein it signifies the essenc Ultimate Reality.  It is also part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts and temples.

© Landscape of Dehradun from Mussoorie

The silhouettes of clouds lifting over valleys and mountain embed an everlasting tranquility in the mind and soul.

© Picturesque sunset, Mussoorie

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Published by Dr. Chandrima Debi

Hi, I am Chandrima Debi. I am a Doctorate in Forestry and an independent researcher. Ever since childhood, I experienced deep-rooted connection with nature, forest and wildlife. I have written various research articles, case studies based on geology, forests, medicinal plants, biodiversity and conservation. Through this blog I share my experiences with nature and forests around us and aid towards the protection and conservation of biodiversity, wildlife and the values associated.

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