One of the early #writephoto images: Sue Vincent
A Pitru Paksha special Re-post!
Piyru paksha (Pitri paksha or Pitr Paksha) is a 16–lunar day period in Hindu calendar when Hindus pay homage to their ancestor, especially through food offerings.
This was written for yet another Photo Prompt which was posted by Sue Vincent. This article will give a little insight in the mythological and cultural significance of a crow.
Crows are birds of spirit and are associated with the mysteries of life and death in almost all of the cultures. These long living birds of mysteries are the omens of change and are said to manifest the mysteries of time.
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GREAT POST SUE, THERE IS SO MUCH OUT THERE TO LEARN, CHINA
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I really enjoyed Ashwini’s post too.
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Thank you for sharing, China.