In a love filled cocoon. The family that’s a boon. All besides her time and again. Ulveena smiles looking at them. She watched over them always. She’ll watch over them always. Life is but a breathing space. Today’s being leaves no trace. The liberty that she seeks alone. How we wish she has a clone. I hug you from a distance of miles. Dear Ulveena you gave us smiles . Wishing you a smooth move. The heart shall cry till we meet.
A tribute to my dear friend! Ulveena the daughter of Khaleda the strong And a fighter till her very extreme end A loser never, a level headed woman Breathed her last on 28/02/18 Leaving behind her precious gems Ra’ana, Ra’afa and Re’em.
Woman O! Woman By Sikiladi Woman O! Woman Your unique ways of being! Appearing timid and at times week Yet uplifting those that are week. Woman O! Woman Your pleasing ways of being! Dressing up or not grooming Thy charm is in your face smiling. Woman O! Woman Your talented ways of being! All … Continue reading Woman O! Woman
International Women's Day celebrated on March 8th world wide. Mentioned here are a few women of Asian origin who have made a mark on the Kenyan scene and continue to inspire many women.
The festivity combined with fun and frolic With Holi Festival the sober turn bhang-olic Sporting a riot of colors so wild and vivid Leaving no scope to be shy and timid Pools of water and the fancy spray guns Jovial become the elderly and the children Holi reminds of the mythical tales of yore … Continue reading HOLI : A Festival of Colours
Valentine day has gradually become a symbol of Love of sorts and has crossed borders to be celebrated worldwide in a lively spirit.
All our geometric shapes and various designs and shapes are but an expression of the master patterns within and around us all. The universe is presented to us in mighty bold patterns that reflect through the many day to day patterns that we create and live through. How much attention have we given to the master patterns? Observe is the name of the game.
A tribute to the Mahatma! Father of the Indian Nation Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was assasinated by Nathuram Godse on 30th January 1948.
Pongal, Sankranti & Uttarayana In gratitude for agricultural abundance Comes this festive Tamilian observance Gift giving, feasting and home visiting A rice and milk dish with Jaggery sweetening The four day festival of Gregorian calendar Comes the Harvest significance of Thai Pongal Kite flying, bon fires and Surya Puja in the river The arts … Continue reading Soaring The Skies
Unity in diversity seems to be the theme for January.A festival celebrated at the same time under different names in different regions in India. It is even celebrated with a varied spirit everywhere.