When I built the Hungarian Parlaiment Building
On 10 Aug 2014, Raksha Bandhan Day of 2014, my papa ordered a 242 piece 3D puzzle of The Hungarian Parliament Building from Flipkart. It arrived the next day which was Monday. My papa told me that I could start assembling it on Thursday after I come home from school as there was a long weekend from Friday to Monday. On Thursday when I came back from school, I was very excited. I ate my lunch very fast and opened my 3D puzzle. The booklet which was inside the box was of 16 pages and included the history of the Hungarian Parliament building and how to assemble the 3D puzzle. There were fourteen foam boards which contained 242 parts of the puzzle. I completed the centre of the puzzle in 1 ½ hours. Then I went for my Football classes. I came back home after two hours and started my 3D puzzle I completed the base while watching TV in another 1 ½ hours. Then my parents came back from the book launch of a book named Mango Chutney. They told me not to complete the whole puzzle that night as there would be nothing for me to do on the other three days. The next day was 15 August 2014, the 67th Independence Day of India. I could build my puzzle for only ten minutes as we had to go on a picnic in Nehru Park. After the picnic, we had a dinner. We reached home at 11:00 pm. I was just switching on the light of my study table to complete the puzzle when my papa told me to sleep. The next day when I woke up, my parents were watching a movie named “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” I also watched the movie for half an hour. Then I went to my room and started completing the puzzle. There were only 15-20 pieces left. I completed the puzzle in half an hour. It was looking very beautiful.