Our spaces are shrinking with urban concrete structures sweeping over the forests and fields. We breathe recycled air in our workspaces. We live in shoe-box sized cramped dwellings with tiny windows.

I live in New Delhi where the human connection with nature is scarce and precious. We yearn to recharge our batteries and refresh our beat up souls every morning.

This coming together of man and nature as two parts of a machine, like a giant invisible clock is temporary but essential.