On World Poetry day, here is my contribution for my readers: When it simmers in the summer as it freezes in the winter when it floods during the rains as it dislocates during landslides. When it pours lava from volcanoes as boats gets capsized in swollen rivers when the earth shakes during a quake as … Continue reading Woes
The Saint of Shirdi in whom I met my Guru 40 years back when I visited Shirdi and whatever I am, I owe it to him. He had always stressed on us following 2 things in life. Shraddha that is faith in the Lord and Saburi that is patience in Life. Here is a lovely … Continue reading Shraddha & Saburi.
Goddess, whenever I look to you I know you have known me all my trials and tribulations you wore them as a garland to keep my worries at bay. My offerings are to please you but so trivial as they really are when compared to the lovely gifts countless that has been bestowed these years … Continue reading Goddess
For those who have followed me recently, am republishing this post written 3 years ago, a long one for the happy weekend read. Harish had come to the city 3 decades ago and barring a small stint at a bakery in his early formative years, he became a rickshaw puller just like thousand others across … Continue reading Work is Worship
Just as someone sends guided missiles to snuff out lives, ever loving nature sends guided rains to all parts of the land some as showers, thunderstorms, and then raining cats and dogs Indian cities are waiting to see scenes and songs such as this below the countdown to the great Indian monsoon having started we don’t … Continue reading Rain when will you rain?
On the banks of a winding river covered by shade giving trees stood an old temple now a ruin one day, was I mighty surprised to see myself walking towards it? The glaze from the noon fiery sun as it struck many majestic pillars at first blinded me; I could now see a … Continue reading Story of a Ruin