Manjeshwari P MYSORE


Chamundi Hills!


The beauty of Chamundi Hills of Mysore is Divine
Goddess Chamundeshwari's abode on high green Hills
Air has the Scent of Sandalwood and Jasmine
Scenery makes the mind happy and a thought infills

Aura of the Goddess's idol gives a blissful feeling
Feel the presence of a powerful Divine aura around
An enchanting peaceful joy that comes by chanting
Every person who visits the temple has peace profound

Clouds and mist cover the hills once in a while
A jolly ride to the hills and Nandi Bull atop
Cool and Sunny, Journey that is worthwhile
A clear Wonderful View of the city from hilltop

Natural beauty that is so sublime
Gracefully stood the test of time!

Submitted: Friday, March 15, 2013
Edited: Saturday, March 16, 2013

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