Harappa Excavations, Ruins and Remains

I had an exciting chance to go on a family trip to Harappa. I think, it has almost been a year. It was both fun and educational. Though, I don’t remember much of the ‘educational part’ ;). Mostly, because I was concentrating on capturing moments and snapping pictures of the place that I was hardly able to focus on the guide’s words. Sorry!

Although, all that information was pretty interesting, I just don’t remember the details that clearly. But I do remember one thing, I had a memorable time with my family (that included my mother & brother, my two tai ammas, my cousins and my three darling little nieces).

Here are several photos of the area.


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(Ref. to the picture above) I wanted to have our picture taken here, and we decided, we will, but on our way back. Sadly, on our way back, the spot was taken. 

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This place might look like a barren place, it was kind of. But the trip was not barren at all. It was an exciting experience. I just love family trips. Don’t you?

Destination does not matter. As long as one is with their loved ones, and living the moment, what they got to complain?