View of the palace
view of the palace
In the morning, she used to walk with her mason parents. During this time he used to get rid of the smell of the suffocating slum, the smell coming from the mud accumulated in the garbage, water collection and dead roads was part of Neema’s family. His shanty was near a pond which was ruined by rain water due to poverty and misery. Suzuki, who was Neema Neeru’s daughter, used to sleep on the opposite side of this environment and watch the Khayav palaces. Often would ask her father, “Pa! How do these big people become? The father says, “Sister! Why do you ask direct questions, do not arrange for the evening bread, And thinks of the palaces.