48 hours and it is continuously raining in various parts of Bengal. The room lights are on and the news reporter has a tough time reporting about floods from all across the state. I am still unsure whether I will be able to start for Sunderban; the name itself scares my mom who is worried of his son becoming a lunch platter for the national animal.
The continuous downpours adds to the worries. I go off to sleep hoping for a bright sunny day tomorrow, only to be woken up by an anxious mind at around 4:30am; its just cats and dogs now!!! All plans gets postponed for the next day.
The heart knows what it wants, i again wake up an hour later ; to my surprise the intensity has decreased a lot. Without wasting a minute I am out on the road running to board the train.
Couple of hours and I have finally reached the village. I am glad I made it today, else I would have missed this beauty:
Although I am born and brought up in this state, but living amongst the hustle and bustle of the cities have never let me to enjoy nor appreciate the beauty of the village sides. My efforts got paid of by this experience.
Inside the school we started of with our pilot testings; initially the principal of the school Mr.Raju spoke to us for few seconds and assigned us a teacher who would be with us the whole day to help us with our pilots. Some stills from the same :