Micropoem for the prompt 'Year' suggested by Microprompt (Twitter: @microprompt)
Days, months, years pass
Moment by moment
Thus the life lives
In the moments
Where your heart lives
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Wings of Words
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The aggressive reaction against banning the sale of Firecrackers during Diwali by the Supreme Court interpreting it as the 'attack' on Hinduism is shocking. I don't understand the relationship between Hinduism and bursting crackers for Diwali. Firecrackers are burst for different celebrations globally and not related to Hinduism by any way, in my knowledge. I feel it shameful that a pollution
The recent issue of filing the police case against a cook for concealing her caste has raised several questions about our religious beliefs. The cook was accused of impersonating and hiding her caste to secure the job. The eligibility for the job was that the cook should be a Brahmin and a married woman having her husband alive -- a suvasini as defined by religious believers.
A poem on the joy of watching a clear blue sky after heavy rainfall. Although, the pouring at Dhule wasn't devastating like it was in other parts of the country. However, it was quite a melancholic to bear the rains for days and nights.
Poem inspired by the prompt: Whisk by @microprompt (Twitter)
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Waves of Thoughts
Hope's Alive Always
Immense joy to present the collection of the hymns, prayers and articles to Lord Ganesha published on Narayankripa, today, on Anantchaturdashi.
I dedicate these petals of words to Lord Ganesha whose blessings created these prayers in the Sadhana of realization of Him.
Namaste Ganapataye -- Ganapati Atharvasheersha begins with Namaste Ganapataye. Bowing down to Lord Ganesha in the