Warmth of a Mother’s Love

Warmth of a Mother's LoveI clicked this photo of cute little angels with their mother on our trip to Darjeeling in March of 2013. Being closer to Himalayas, Darjeeling is a very popular hill station in India.

In winter, be it sweaters or warm jackets or a hot cup of coffee, nothing beats the warmth of a mother’s love. What do you think?

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Some more ‘warm’ photo blogs here – Winter in MinneapolisYumthang Valley, SikkimSummer in Madrid, SpainRoad Trip to Leh Ladakh

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26 Responses to Warmth of a Mother’s Love

  1. Lucid Gypsy says:

    How beautiful Suyash!

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  2. stacilys says:

    Lovely and true. I was in Darjeeling in 2000. It was during autumn.
    😦

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  3. That’s true. Nothing can beat that warmth. It’s universal.

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  4. bom76 says:

    Yes, it’s true.
    Darjeeling has to be just a nice place!
    From there, comes a kind of tea which I prefer! 🙂
    Beautiful photos! Thank You!
    Bea

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  5. Wow..this is so precious…surely a picture of warmth 🙂

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  6. mrsbearfoot says:

    A precious image and such a beautiful family!

    Lindy

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  7. mukhamani says:

    True, there is nothing like the warmth of a mother’s love:)

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  8. quarksire says:

    Addorable 😎 . have a hippie happy ..new yearZ across da’ werld to you frum da’ rocky mountains an da’ land of Q 😎 keep smilin yep yep 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  9. Helen C says:

    Suyash, Wonderful photo. I can feel the love among them. Makes me thinking of my mother.
    it’s nice to see someone else get confused with angle and angel 😉 I always have to look up to make sure which one is which. Helen

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