Window is called as khidki (खिड़कि) or zarokha (जरोखा) in hindi language in India.

This time inspiration received from Jenn for weekly photo challenge was on the topic windows within windows.

If we take a broad meaning of window it is an opening through which you can see the world at other side.

Above photo is having two windows with two view points.

The one at bottom floor is showing windows of other buildings through reflection.

And the top floor window is having reflection of sky. The sky is also a window. Yes it is a window of mother earth, through which we are seeing other part of this universe.

Happy Photo Blogging…

Haddhaiyaar..📷

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