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If you don't know this guy this is Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook.
Did you know that 10 years ago he invited 5 people to his room at Harvard? The reason?
To talk about a business opportunity !
Only 2 people went to meet him, and listened and accepted the challenge !! TODAY Both are billionaires! 💸💸 Dustin Moskovtiz with over 6.5 billion & Eduardo Saverin with over 3.4 billion dollars.
Its always magical to reconfine ourselves to the roots. To places that strongly smell of heritage and of greener times. When dynasties based themselves on valour and grandeur. When cellars flooded with treasured precious. When life was literally"king size" and living, trumpeted.
And I have this queer habit to knock that door of past.
There I went! To probably the most unacclaimed palace I've ever been to.
The Narajal Raajbari(The Palace of Narajal).
I know handful of you will be confident enough in being aware of that name, but that's fine. Because after reading my piece, you won't be that unaware, I bet.
To clarify your obscurity, its better to mention, not to sketch that commonplace,palacious mansion beforehand. The picture is not that rosy. Instead, its no less than an apparantly cursed structure,that would either fascinate you or mislead you to horripilate. Depending on your scale of adrenaline rush.
With majority of the compound tumbling, the skeleton stands the only remnant of the dynasty that ruled years back. Ruptured bricks, home to disobedient, serpentine branches, often give you bumps at the bends. Caved rooms and dark niches that shone sometime, now weep in anguish, with fate smirking at a distance. That amphitheatre which stood witness to melodies of unbound joy, now stands famished. The clinically sculptured temples, whose mythical magnificence was powerful enough to drag thousands of pilgrims to their doors, now pray for sound days ahead.
Who is benevolent enough to guard these? These terracotta murals? This priceless chariot?
Who is courageous enough to expose them for the world to bask in its glory?
Well, your experience of general would suffice to answer that and not me.
I'll not go for technicalities or formal grounds of lacking renovation or recovery. Heritage is beyond that rhetorical filth.
All I can do is, spread the word. All you can do is, know and make it known.
Unanimous should be the prayer for a better future of our past!