My dirty dance

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Free Association.”(my home, dirty soil and rain dance)

Caught your attention…yay!

Loud and bold always strike out…isn’t it…thats how we work… always attracted to the face of the show

I, recently, visited Golconda fort. It’s quite huge and was built and rebuilt a couple of times some 800 years back…at that time without any aid of modern technology to build such a massive building must had been a herculean task. And all I could find at the posts, were the names of kings and sultans who had ruled there. Well, I know writing out the name of every worker is out of question( 😛) but it had been their effort only that we are able to appreciate such a monument.

And so goes everything in the history …every war , every struggle , every big achievement have endless unknown names with their countless unheard stories that just gets submerged in the magnanimity of the cause. We forget the importance of follower in the awe of leader.

So, here, thanks to all you common people(like me 🙂) who are doing their simple perfunctory works. You may not know what history you are writing but nonetheless your effort is equally important

PS: well i do dance…but dirty…umm i don’t think so


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