Saving the Crane Eggs!

Hello friends, recently a wonderful piece of news published in The Times of India, Kolkata edition, about the sincere efforts of the viilagers of Gujarat state of India to save the two crane eggs, laid in their farmland. It has made me so happy that I decided to share it with you. The love andContinue reading “Saving the Crane Eggs!”

The Seeds of Peace

People are tired of games played for power and profit; they are tired of hatred and conflict. They want to live with more wisdom, confidence and in peace. I am convinced that the 21st century must see a movement to sow the seeds of peace, happiness and trust in every person’s heart.  Daisaku Ikeda. HelloContinue reading “The Seeds of Peace”

The Tender Affection

Hello friends it’s quite sometimes since I have published anything as you may know that I’m trying to adjust myself to my new role as a teacher. But if you are thinking that I’m teaching these little children, then I must tell you that it’s not my cup of tea! I’m teaching middle school. TheseContinue reading “The Tender Affection”

The Numero Uno

The oppressive heat about to snare, yet humans slanging the dare. Chasing the blind race for the supremacy, bypassing the term called diplomacy. Innocent souls perished or compelled, to live a life of untold misery. Mere pawns in the game of contenders, each want to become numero uno. Forgetting, there is only One Creator ofContinue reading “The Numero Uno”

Open the mind

If you really wish to develop your life, you must first develop your mind. When you listen to any teaching, you first have to relax totally and open up so that you will receive something. Any sort of container has to be open in order to get something inside. – Gyalwang Drukpa Hello friends, weContinue reading “Open the mind”

A Glimmer of Hope

Hello friends, a particular piece of news published in The Times of India, Kolkata edition, got me into contemplation mode.Though the news do not have high profile people in it, but the relevance is never the less. It’s about some tribal villages of Purulia district of West Bengal, India, concerning man and animal conflict. IContinue reading “A Glimmer of Hope”

Holi – The Festival of Spring

Hello friends, if we call India, the country of festivals, than it wouldn’t be very far from the truth. Spanning from North to South, East to West, we celebrate so many festivals that we just can’t finish it by counting on our fingers. These bevy of festival may be religious, national, social or local inContinue reading “Holi – The Festival of Spring”

War or Survival?

“We won’t wait for you to act. We will lead even if you don’t. We will act even if you delay. We will build the future even if you are still stuck in the past. Please accept my invitation. I assure you won’t regret it.” Vinisha Umashanker, a fourteen-year-old finalist of the inaugural Earth shotContinue reading “War or Survival?”

God Save the World.

“Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhabati bharata, abhyutthanam adharmsya tadatmanam srijamyaham, paritranai sadhunam vinashay cha dushkritam, dharmasangsthapanarthay, sambhamami yugey yugey.” Bhagwad Geeta These are the very words of Lord Krishna to Arjuna during the epic war of Maha Bharata, faught between Pandavas and Kauravas, which is collected in the holy book, Geeta. The book is inContinue reading “God Save the World.”

Quest for Captivity: Body, Land or Soul?

“The world tried to capture me but didn’t succeed”. – Gregory Skoda, an 18th-century philosopher-poet of Ukraine, requested this to be the epitaph on his tombstone, once he passed away. “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but WW IV will be fought with sticks.” Albert Einstein. Hello friends, weContinue reading “Quest for Captivity: Body, Land or Soul?”

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