Prayers--Wordless Wednesday

 Today is Wednesday, and we're  wordless !

 (click on the word to know more)

I am praying for world peace. 

I clicked this picture of a mosque on the way to a temple.


And this is me at the temple. It is a temple built in the 11th Century, during the reign of Chola Kings.
I drew this visit in my illustrated journal too.

See you again tomorrow.

ps: this is post #27 of my blog marathon.


  1. Hello Preeti, I would like to request if we could have a session or small workshop or class on illustrated journaling. It's details, requirements, etc. To the newbies! Or atleast through a sample post. Would like to try and learn thereon. Instead of doing a writing journal always, for a change I felt important moments can be captured. This is so compelling.

    1. Hi priyanaka
      Unfortunately I don't have the time to do so. You can look online where you will find tonnes of resources.
      You can join Skillshare (i teach a creative writing class there, use this link and you can access many art journalling classes as well.)

  2. Hi Preeti. Nice Wordless Wednesday post. The entry in your illustrated journal is so vibrant and tells a story on it's own. You look so pretty in the photo taken outside the temple. Take care.☺️

  3. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya Namah πŸ™πŸ™
    Namaskaram Preetiji πŸ™πŸ™
    The temple is undoubtedly beautiful and the way you have depicted in your illustrated journal is praiseworthy.

    Loved your serene post today and in line I will comment with less words (can't be wordless,I love to talk).
    Lots of Love,Respect & complete Devotion to you πŸ™πŸ™πŸ’›πŸ’›

  4. Hi Preeti Mam, What a post to start my journey in Bangalore. I just reached Bangalore for my new job. As usual early morning, landed on your blog to read your post. Gives me good vibes already. Thank You for penning everyday. Lots of love.


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