School Corridor

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  1. SHILPA GARG says:

    I saw your pics on FB and that kindled some fond memories of my school too. I havent been to my school since I last left it. I hope to do so sometimes soon too! Yes, teachers may change but the lessons that have been taught over the years remain the same!!

  2. Was reading and reading and stumbled upon this 🙂
    And ran back to my memory lane.
    School 🙂
    I smile when I type this.
    Thank you for the post 🙂

  3. That’s a lovely and nostalgic shot. It would be fascinating to visit my old school. I wonder how much it’s changed.
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  4. I dream of my school corridor several times. (Sounds weird but yes, I do!) I wonder why, but there is some sort of deep nostalgia and connect that one has with these brick walls. Your post just reminded me of that dream 🙂

  5. Vinodini says:

    School memories are special, indeed. This post inspires me to go and revisit my own school. 😊

  6. Obsessivemom says:

    Things change but the feelings we have for school never do change. Even when I go past my old school I get that feeling of excitement with a tinge of intimidation. And it’s been so many many years.
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  7. BIkram Mann says:

    wowowwo.. you know I have always tried to visit my old school each time i have vistied india.. it is such a beautiful feeling so many memories come rushinggggggggggggggg

  8. vineeta says:

    yes it is absolutely true .whatever values a child learns ,remains same may be decades are over . change is a progressive symbol . if any thing does not move ahead it becomes like stagnated water .it happens in every field of life .

  9. Ramya says:

    It will be wonderful to visit childhood school 🙂

  10. Indrani says:

    Such a wonderful visit for you!
    I haven’t visited mine for ages! 🙁

  11. Or bullying, being always on the outside, and bad pronunciation, as the case may be :/

    P.S: Absolutely gorgeous angle, Parul <3

  12. Amazing. Visiting school and college always brings back such memories that it feels like yesterday. I always make it a point to visit my Alma Mater in Pune, the first thing that I do.

  13. Rajlakshmi says:

    Ohh the school corridors! That just transported me to my childhood… So much fun in between learning and making lifelong friends. An apt quote to go with the picture… Lovely post. Have fun.
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  14. Soumya says:

    Nothing can beat the feeling of walking back to school after decades 🙂

    I saw your pictures on Insta and FB and you looked so happy 🙂
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  15. Rachna says:

    I saw your updates on FB and loved them. It is an unmatched feeling to walk those corridors again and to meet old teachers.

  16. Honestly, I dont know what I would feel if I were to walk down those corridors again. So many pleasant memories and moments but a sense of it all being bittersweet too.
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  17. Rekha says:

    Nostalgic! I did follow your FB posts on your visit to your school. I visited my school a few months ago and I wished those teachers of mine were still there. The memories were fresh but the atmosphere had changed completely.
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  18. Esha M Dutta says:

    Such a wonderful feeling, Parul and one that I can totally relate to, as I too visited my old school in Jaipur last Dec and felt a rush of memories flooding me. It was so emotional!But, you’re right, I so agree with the beautiful caption.
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  19. Esha Dutta says:

    You know Parul, I can very closely relate to this wonderful feeling that you had on visiting your old school because I too did the same in Dec 2015 when I stepped into my old school in Jaipur. I felt so emotional standing by the classrooms which had so many stories to tell!

  20. Vinitha says:

    Very true. The lessons on kindness and compassion are relevant year after year. It’s wonderful to be back in the old school after years, isn’t it? Lovely click, Parul. 🙂

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