A pleasant surprise from Nature.

Black and White Street Photography, Jaipur. Man With Umbrela
Black and White Street Photography, Jaipur. Man With Umbrella
These are Suppose to be Summers with Scorching Heat. Generally I take these kinds of Pictures in Rainy Season but because of the Western Disturbance in India. Jaipur is facing gusty winds accompanied with lightning and rains from few days. . . . Which was a Beautiful Welcoming break from all the chaos that was cussed by the Coronavirus?

The Meteorological Department said south-west monsoon normally enters Rajasthan by June 15 but this year it will be 10 days late and will hit Rajasthan around 25 June and Jaipur by 1 July 2020.

Today is 52day of Lockdown in India, the total number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in India has crossed 80,000 and over 2,500 deaths from Coronavirus. The economy is at its worst; Millions of people lost their Jobs, n number of Businesses shutdown completely, millions of people are facing the danger of depression. Don’t know the decision of Lockdown was right or wrong but surely we have to pay a heavy price in name of Coronavirus.
Rain Droops on my Window, Jaipur.
Rain Droops on my Window, Jaipur.

Clouds and World Trade Park, Jaipur.
Clouds and World Trade Park, Jaipur.

30 comments

  1. Scorching heat, oh, lucky you. 4C over here, mid-May!
    No rain since weeks...
    Luckily no real lockdown. But depression sure is a word here, too. Enjoy your rain, I love rain...

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    1. Thanks Iris, Yes I also Love rains and in desert like Rajasthan we welcome it with open hands. . . :)

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  2. I saw your comment on Iris's blog and it led me to your blog! You have taken a lot of magical photos!

    We also have a very unusual weather disturbance here. A tyohoon has entered our country so early in May and it is super strong which makes it double unusual. Hope the rain there is something good to cool up the weather. It did cool ours too, just hoping it would weaken a bit for those who are still on evacuation centers due to January's volcanic eruption.

    Sending hugs to India! Happy Weekend!

    Stevenson

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    1. Thanks a Lot Stevenson, it was very nice of you to check out my blog and liked my pictures. Even your blog on Cavite is beautiful I loved it. Thanks and Love from India. . . :)

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  3. ...we had rain over night. Rain is a gift from the heavens and I give thanks!

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  4. Great photos! I guess the rain is a welcome respite from the heat. It's my 64th day of working at home. For us, it's a stay-at-home order and we're allowed to go get groceries once a week. Our number of infected people is still rising. I do hope we'll quell this virus sooner or later.

    Take good care. Stay safe and thank you for visiting my blog.

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    1. Hi kayni, Thanks and We are kind of in same situation but now I don't think that this lockdown from Coronavirus can stop it from spreading. We have to learn to live with it. You also take care and Stay Safe. . . :)

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  5. I went through your photogrphs..They look beautiful..
    Today's image is splendid..
    Rain is a Gift from God...we must cherish this..
    As for the Lock down..I feel personally that but for the Lock Down, there would have been more positive cases and more loss of lives ..
    Money can be made again..economy can be pulled up..
    but can we get back prcious lives ! Let us put up with lock down..It is for our good!
    Devi :)))

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    1. Thanks a Lot Mam, Yes you are right we can get back the Money but can't bring back the lives and Yes it's better to put up with the lockdown. . . :)

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  6. I like the moodiness of your images.

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  7. Fantastic moody image! We are about to get some rain later tonight. Our country, Ireland, just entered phase 1 of our restrictions. Some construction people can go back to work and we can now be 5km away from our home. It used to be 2km. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
    Have a great weekend.

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    1. Thanks a lot Bill, there are both pros and cons of lockdown don't know what will be better for which country but you stay safe and have a Nice Weekend. . . :)

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  8. I particularly like the stroller with the umbrella. Your composition is artful and your tones evoke the damp wet atmosphere

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  9. Excellent story telling with the image! I too have fears about future travel and economy of my country which I understand very little.

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    1. Thank you Indrani. . . Yes let's see what the future has got for us, Have a nice Weekend. . . :)

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  10. I do like a good rain and taking photos afterwards! Lovely shots.


    Feel free to share at My Corner of the World

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  11. The image sets the dream....love anyone who loves nature...and more so who treasures the wails of her....my regards

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  12. Les photos de pluie ou apr├Ęs la pluie me plaisent
    JP

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  13. Love the Composition.
    I have a thing for Umbrellas.
    If you have a series on it please point it out to me.
    Thanks and keep up the good work Manav!

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  14. Your narrative adds a lot of impact to this image! We would welcome warmer weather here as May has turned into the wettest May ever.

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