Hint: In Ruskin Bond's tale "The Monsoon Diary." Mussoorie is mentioned in the diary entry by the poet. In his entries, he describes that the birds become deafeningly still as the mist rises. The hills are shrouded in mist. As if it were midnight, the forest became deathly quiet.
Complete answer: 'A Short Monsoon Diary' is a collection of Ruskin Bond's diary entries from around the world. The silent miracles of nature are discussed in this excerpt. 'A short monsoon diary' is about Ruskin Bond's experience in the mountains during the monsoon season.
Ruskin Bond had spent most of his childhood in India, and the natural beauty of the mountains had profoundly inspired him. He describes the flowers, trees, creepers, and various insects, reptiles, and animals that he saw during the monsoon in the novel.
Due to the thick white blanket of mist that blanketed the hills of Mussoorie, the author was unable to see Biju. It totally obscured the hills, and the author couldn't hear or see Bijju because of it.
Note: A Short Monsoon Diary is a collection of Ruskin Bond's diary entries from the monsoon season. The silent miracles of nature are discussed in this excerpt. Ruskin Bond's experience during the monsoon season in the mountains is chronicled in "A short monsoon diary." He has defined the most important aspects of nature, its untamed beauty, and all of the flora and fauna that emerge during the season.