Captured at Najaf Khan tomb, Delhi, this pic just reminded me of this favorite short story of mine from childhood - "How much Land does a man need" - By Leo Tolstoy.
The story about how the the lead character - Pahom, is not able to stop his lust of acquiring land; and how in the end he runs endlessly to cover more land as part of the deal where the land he covers on that day would be his. In the end, he makes a whole lot, but drops dead with exhaustion.
The last para is just marvellous - "His servant picked up the spade and dug a grave long enough for
Pahom to lie in, and buried him in it. Six feet from his head to his heels was all he needed.
Life is so full of happenings, that we hardly notice as worthy.
Here is my attempt to share those moments.