Kaleidoscope: Mysore

I feel really joyous and enamored by seeing such drawings. These
drawings are not simply colorful sketches but a pious depiction of what
we tend to loose in this fast paced life. When young children draw like
this it shows freedom of ideas, creativity and their natural innocence.

God bless!

from:  Rohit
Posted on: Jan 15, 2014 at 23:39 IST

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