So the Indian Grey Hornbill couple came swooping in, preened about themselves, perched on a terrace railing on the higher floor, looked at their reflection in the window panes, sat on two parallel branches on the giant Neem tree in the Cinpash Garden, chatted to their heart's content and flew off.
I notice that the Rufous Treepies also come in pairs - sometimes two, sometimes four.
And then there were these delightful Koels, singing the sweetest song, quenching their thirst, checking out bowls of grains, finding a sweet spot atop the tree to sing some more.
I think they chose one of the Neem trees for their short, summer home-stay - just a few days, before flying back home.
Here, for your viewing pleasure, are the male and female Koels, the Rufouses and the Hornbills.