Posted on August 8, 2008
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10 responses to “Monsoon in Islamabad and Much More”

  1. SHAM SUNDER AZAD says:

    28-07-2010 MUMBAI FRIEND CALLING-

    YOUR DESCRIPTION OF RAINS&THE RAINY DAY HAS BEEN OF CONSIDERABLE SIGNIFICANCE-WISH I SHOULD HAVE KEPT UP THE URDU WRITING-LATELY LITTLE DIFFICULT TO EVEN ATTEMPT-

    THE SCENERIO OF RAINS AROUND HAS BEEN SIMPLY
    WORTH APPRECIATIONS-THESE HAVE REMINDED OF
    THE CHILD HOOD-PRE-PARTITION DAYS & THAT IN OLD DELHI& THE SUBZJMANDI MIDDLE SCHOOL,
    WITH NO RESTRICTIONS OF TRAFFIC & THE SIMPLICITY OF JOY IN ABUNDANCE

    THE NOSTALGIA& MEMORIAL OF WELL-KNOWN POETS WERE QUITE AN INSPIRATION

    BUT RAINS HAVE CAUSED HAVOC;WE STILL RECOLLECT
    THE 26TH JULY2005 1000MM RAIN OF THE DAY IN MUMBAI-THE SUBURBAN NORTH WAS ONE-FLOOR
    IMMERSED-STILL IT WAS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE-

    WITH MORE CLOSENESS& TO SHARE YOUR MOMENTS OF SHEER JOY-

    AMEEN:

    SHAM SUNDER AZAD

  2. yasir says:

    REALLY LOVE MONSOON

  3. commoner says:

    My favourite spot to enjoy Monsoon season in Islamabad was Pir Sohawa. The view from the Margalla top used to be simply breathtaking. The lush green valleys filled with roaming moisture laden clouds added to the beauty of Islamabad the beautiful. At times it used to turn rather chilly. I can still recall the pleasure of enjoying meals with old friends under the shed of the restuarant/hotel while it rained outside and passionately discuss Aag ka Darya or Anna Karenina in addition to Cricket and Politics.

  4. Asma says:

    The mini dam pic is just so cute :)

  5. Owais Mughal says:

    Zafar Saheb, i think Deputy Nazeer Ahmed’s name is written with ‘zaal’ and Nazeer Akbarabadi’s with ‘zoy’