Wednesday, April 29, 2009


I never thought that i would ever witness weird habits of weird people especially non Indians coz it's not much in trend in India .Or this might be the only way to know Kalyug.So stupid it is to see people dressing their dogs in expensive clothes ,providing them with a rich diet when their neighbour next door is starving.It is ludicrous to see that the rich owners themselves wear nearly negligible clothes ,but their dog is completely dressed like a gentle lady or a man.Either man is trying to become more like an uncivilized animal or animals are now working to glorify their brains to understand what's inglorious.Are we heading backwards to follow lifestyle of our ancestors ?Is it a negative development or a retrogressive evolution?Idon't think that we as humans have reached our optimum level of development both materialistic and spiritual .So what could we do now when insesitivity is dominating senses.This might seem to be an ostensible event to witness but being a human atleast i can imagine its side effects.I do hope that one day we will understand our identity .afterall a dog is a dog and we are the unique creation of God..i do luv dogs but not in clothes...and remember "A person cannot approach the divine by reaching beyond the human. To become human, is what this individual person, has been created for."

Saturday, April 18, 2009

To a martyr
Your life was’nt wasted,
Nor was your holy death.
You can see the changes of the aftermath.
O sacrificing soldier you never stamped
our belief,
And this is why today for you our
hearts heave.
You were there always at the nations
beck and call.
Our life against your death is really
so small.
Great are you ,And greater is your
If we try and compare you there’s no
It’s your courage to defy life’s desire.
Coz of you today we are away from
fear and mire.
No words of ours can be a tribute,
No flowers on your sepulcher can show
our gratitude.
Your valorous act made us all mute.
We wish if we could soon punish the
O seraph , help our prayers reach our
Acquaint him – “In our hearts he’ll
forever reside.
Coz of his efforts our nation survived।”

- Himadri Haksar