Will you just have a dekko at the scenery my cyber running friend Divya Kapoor runs through…
At first glance, this looks like the sea, but Divya lives in a village near the Narmada, one of India’s most sacred rivers. The river is vast!
The river forms a natural border between the states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, as I discovered when we were driving to Maheshwar in February this year, but what I didn’t realise at the time, is that the Narmada is also the traditional boundary between north and south India.
You live and you learn.
Or, in this case, you blog and you learn 🙂
Divya gets to run past this magnificent river, lucky gal 🙂
As well as the sheer size of the river and the dams, there also some pretty spectacular skies, as you can see:
Divya, these photos are lovely, and there is such a sense of empty space in them, something we city-dwellers never get.
Thanks so much.
Enjoy the great outdoors for all of us and #keeprunning #keepinspiring