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Have a happy weekend…


Ganga had come late to school today also. The teacher chided her for being late every now and then. She was late most of the days in a month, let alone some days when she was absent. The only municipal school that stood at the periphery of  the village had an assortment of pupils drawn from various walks of life from the village residents.

Little did the teacher know that Ganga’s day started at 4 in the morning. She had to supply milk from Lalchand Seth’s diary to around 25 households which used to get over by 5:30 and go to Ratan Seth’s house to wash and clean the dishes.
Today the teacher had had enough and decided to give the punishment to the little girl. As she stretched out our hands for the cane to land, the teacher’s eyes fell upon the marks on the hands. It was full…

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Birds of Bahrain — Mad about Birding and Travel

For those who are mad about birds this is a wonderful post from a great birdie blog…

“What does Bahrain have to do anything with birds?”, you can ask. And you are mostly not mistaken. It is an island nation in the Middle East, meaning it would be completely a desert or aleast arid, it rarely if at all gets mentioned in birding blogs and one would most likely not have ever […]

via Birds of Bahrain — Mad about Birding and Travel

200 Posts on Perceptions

When I started on WordPress 5 years ago, the first intention was to check if content was really King (SEO ranking), and over a period of time, it has proved right for me. Most of my blog titles when written along with Perceptions ranks on the first page of Google. This would not have happened without you, devoted readers who have been following my posts and commenting and liking them. For to the writer, there is no other inspiration than a good following of readers…

Celebrating today on the eve of the occasion of Holy Thursday



Baba loves and cares for all living beings!

Another great illustration in versus from Bindu, am reblogging here. May the blessings of the great Saint be upon us…

Om Sai Ram

From Pathri to Shirdi, a distance difficult & large

He covered it with ease as an innocent young lad

Adopting as an abode, in the nearby babul jungle lived

 till Shirdi residents, beckoned him within precincts

He gazed at the dilapidated masjid and knew it at a glance

That would his place of stay, his residence for long

Dutifully he cleaned it; lovingly called it Dwarkamayee,

In it he lit the Dhuni  which still gives us curative udi.

On the outside he tenderly nurtured a garden Lendi Baug

Trees and flowering plants blossomed, replacing the rocks

His gentleness was evident in the way he cared for all

To his lap came all beings, with no fear at all

Dogs hovered outside, waiting to be fed food

And birds? Twittered around the pot which contained a brew

A mix of dals and pulses and broken pieces of bhakri kept


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A Single Step That Starts A Journey

Die Harmonie des Lebens

wI believe every journey has its destination, including our life’s journey. We seek something to achieve as our goals of life so that at the end of our life’s journey, we are able to feel that we already reach our destination, so i call it with our life´s destination. A life ‘s journey without any destination will be like walking without any direction so we might lose our passion to walk one day.

Some of us will see popularity, wealth, and power, success, high education as a destination, meanwhile some others are trying to reach happiness, family, good spirituality life or even passion as the end line of their journey. Our destination could be something that makes us feel safe, satisfied, and just like finding a home to stay. There are nothing wrong or right in setting the destination of our journey, but there will be a right or wrong…

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The Christmas Hope

The chill with the winter is here,
the holidays are back to rejoice
time to go on a shopping spree?
and what would you dear like
now that Christmas is here again.
Is  it easy or difficult to make a choice
would you buy a red robe, a hat
this time as a sweet year ends
indulge in those cute presents
for a poor kid on the street
to whom Santa is a distant dream
that I would like you to fulfill…


Wishing all my dear readers, Happy Holidays, a great Christmas and a Happy New Year ready to unfold into our lives!

Diwali Greetings

Here is wishing all my readers a Happy and Prosperous Diwali. May you enjoy being in the midst of loved ones, among the festivities and the celebrations and all that the Festival of Lights brings with it.

Diwali marks the homecoming of Lord Rama with his wife Sita and brother Laxmana to his kingdom Ayodhya after 14 years of exile.The victory of Rama in the epic battle of Ramayana symbolizes the victory of good over evil.

Diwali Dates

  • Dhanteras : 17th October 2017
  • Choti Diwali  : 18th October 2017
  • Diwali : 19th October 2017
  • Govardhan Puja : 20th October
  • Bhai Dooj : 21st October