'Buildings with wholesome beauty'~~ Does your dwelling looks all-round beautiful like this?

All of us must have heard of this common day-to-day life usage- "Wholesome goodness"!

A healthy body within and outside is wholesome goodness. The same applies to our buildings, homes, office spaces, structures constructed in bricks and mortar, etc. The exteriors of a building should no doubt be very beautiful, clean, nicely conceived, well executed besides being structurally and architecturally safe.

But, its the wholesome clean and tidy finishing and up-keeping of the entire building, which makes it truly and wholesomely beautiful. Then no matter if its your building's rooftop, or your home's backyard, or your office's nooks and corners; all should be well planned and kept neat and tidy.

Getting our point??
Look at the picture of this building herein below and judge for yourself if your dwelling looks all-round beautiful like this or not.

If the answer is a big  NO, then do the needful and make it beautiful. And, do send your dwelling's pictures to us so that we can share the same with all of our readers too.

[PS: This picture shot and shared by one of our core team members is of a building in the heart of Cochin city, in the state of Kerala, India]

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  1. Beautiful building this one is with very very nice architecture and good colors on exteriors. I am impressed very much


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