Friday, August 31, 2007

Up down

The banners and flags of ruling party in middle of the roads from near our home towards east cost road, it’s the pass by CM the road were cleared from garbage’s that left for a week now. It was said to be greeneries lost for development of education and work, it was on the way of newly named Rajiv Gandhi Road (OMR). The dust, polluted mist presents day and night on this road for 15 km, surprise the meters of worst roads are good looking and smooth. The weather was best feeling on the travel, thanks to the cloudiness in the continuation of the late night’s heavy thunders, flashes and rain. Those were the left of greens from people, on the road linking of High ways and Rajiv Gandhi Road, once a fearing road with two sides of forest and bad travel.

Somewhere inside those villages could find the preparations on the upcoming monsoon of digging the lakes, ponds into large. Its becoming familiar in villages outside the city to built a newly home with a Sumo’s and Quails standing on the gateways; it’s because of the boom of land rate. On the same way it was one of our relative who built a newly home in the village, where we went to attend the function. It was fine to see them lived from the poor huts to move on marble floors, they were one who build the home in the way many homes built in villages with two beams at entrance, designed doors and windows in decorating the look, I feel the most heaviest one would be the door, comparing to our light weight. Being a travel enthuse; this function I attend is also to travel out of city, away from just doing the same sitting here.

What was most sad thing that continuing is the destruction the marshland of Pallikaranai and Thoraipakkam. It was not over 3 months I crossed this way; its clearly visible of more garbage has been dumped in covering this huge lake, where its home for more species. Last time I found many birds on the electric posters and swimming in the water, I thought to find some more birds for these rainy days, but disturbed by the mountains of garbage dumps. The fresh water, plants and species are important than those glass stories and lined buses that r growing.

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14 comments:

starry nights said...

It is sad to see what progress can do but it is hard to stop it also. I think this goes on all over the world. even in the city I live in.I had not been out for a long time because of my illness , but the other day I was shocked to see how many new homes had come up. It used to be just open land where a lot of animals roamed, and this was not long ago.I know how you feel.

kalai said...

Nice pictures Jeevan..

U pointed it well. Its very difficult to bear with this garbages and I dont know how people are living with that....

This post made me as if iam attending that function...

Jolikum Salangai said...

you wrote it well... its odd how everyone seems to care but no one seems to take a foot fwd and make a difference...

Jolikum Salangai said...

you wrote it well... its odd how everyone seems to care but no one seems to take a foot fwd and make a difference...

Alok said...

this is a world wide problem Jeevan and an intricate one to ... land being a scarce commodity, this is bound to happen with rising populations ... there are no easy answers or solutions, its one area tht needs to be tackled on a far larger scale ...

alok

krystyna said...

Thanks Jeevan for these wonderful photos! You did it perfect.
I agree with your nice visitors - this is a world wide problem.

Have a wonderful Sunday!

Movie Mazaa said...

When men start caring two hoots for nature, it retorts often in unpleasant ways...

Sad, but true!
:(

Ponniyinselvan said...

jeevan,
your posts are thought provoking.but unanswerable? what will be the solution?

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KAYLEE said...

LOVED IT :P

Keshi said...

well u always make ppl think Jeevan...good on ya for bringing this up!

Keshi.

Kalyan said...

Thats the situation almost everywhere in India. In the name of modernisation, all the places are turning into concrete jungles and the very few places which are left are just being turned inti dumpyards for garbages. Nobody it seems care for the nature these days...& I must say, some very nice shots there...Nice post!

Jeevan said...

Starry – we know the development is need; as well our nature must be protected. What bad is the cattle’s were set free to roam in streets.

Kalai – Thank you buddy. A solution must be need to handling garbage’s, to avoid dumping on nature.

Jolikum salangai – thank you. its true, the pause is still existing on taking action.

Alok – hum…. I agree! Thanks.

Krystyna – Thank you dear! have a nice weekdays.

Movie mazaa – you are right. Thanks :)

Ponniyinselvan – there will be an answer somewhere, but we have to take time to search.

Krystyna – Thanks for this award :)

Kaylee – Thanks. Hope u are doing fine.

Keshi – Thank you dear!

Kalyan – Thank you buddy! People have to think where our garbage’s are left. You said it right.