Camel Bridge by Brian Bo Mei

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I would like to select the writing from Mr
Bhajan Sopori, a composer from
Kashmir to introduce " Camel Bridge " which I took from Nishat Bagh. – The Garden of Pleasure " .
The bridge was the entrance from water which leads to the garden during the Mogul time.
" The entry into the Dal Lake through its famous gate is my childhood memory of a Shikara ride, with its accompanying resonance of the singing birds, the sound of the boatman’s oars and the lapping of the waves against the sides of the boat.The flowing breeze, while negotiating the lotus fields and the narrow tunnel under the “Camel Bridge” on approach to the Nishat Gardens, are all vibrant in my imagination in this musical composition ".


Comments

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 4 years ago

    nice shot

  • Thank you very much, Sylvia.

    – Brian Bo Mei

  • LisaBeth
    LisaBethover 4 years ago

    beautiful view! well taken.

  • Thank you very much, Lisa.

    – Brian Bo Mei

  • David McMahon
    David McMahonover 4 years ago

    I’ve never been to Kashmir, but I remember my father telling me it was incredibly beautiful.

  • Hello David, I have been to Kashmir three times, and made friends with locals, so they took me to some places unknown to outside world.
    Nagin lake is more serene and charming than Dal Lake. I was simply
    intoxicated by the beauty.

    – Brian Bo Mei


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