Some reflections, some after thoughts as the recovery phase started post the terror attack on 15th January 2019 at #14, Riverside Drive in Nairobi.
Barely two weeks into the fresh new year when Nairobi witnessed the ugly scene of terror once again. This poem is a partial account of the unfolding of scenes as understood by the poet.
मीठी सी मुस्कान वह प्यारी बहुत दिलों को देती दिलदारी चेहरे की मासूमियत झलकती गम्भीर सी सोच के तले कोटू अन्कल वह बातें प्यारी याद सदा रहेंगी न्यारी बहुत अचानक किया चलाना निरंकार की शरण था जाना वो बचपन के छुट्टियों के दिन जब मनु व रीटा हांगकांग आते वह आपका हर रात हमारा … Continue reading कर गए चलाना
It's brought new hope It's brought gleeful cheer It's time to drop old gear And welcome the New Year It's brought resolutions It's brought commitments It's time to move forward In this brand New Year It's brought family love It's brought friendly joy It's time for celebration And wish a Happy New Year It's brought … Continue reading Happy New Year
अपनी सभ्यता भूल, निभाया पराया धर्म। अपनों को तज, ग़ैरों को मनाया ।
The image of Santa Claus being a male was quite different from a child's memory of his kiddy days.
KHORAK A Sindhi Sweet Delight By Monica Gokaldas ORIGIN: Khorak is a Sindhi delicacy. This comes in various recipes as per family lineage of people having a belonging from different parts of Sindh. The recipes are passed down through generations from mother to daughter hence one may find variants such as usage of Jaggery … Continue reading Khorak : a Sindhi sweet
A Woman's desire to conquer her way to freedom is evident in many ways. Aruna Varsani's recent excursion to Mt. Rwenzori is an inspiration for this poem.
It came like a silent note and struck a lovely chord. 5153 years of the Holy Book Celebrated in each corner and nook. A worldwide Chanting of shlokas On the day 18/12/18 this Tuesday. The lessons repeated in many minds Learning done in various kinds. Do your duty, fear thy not … Continue reading Geeta Jayanti
The ongoing abductions and killing of minorities in the name of religion are a slap on the face of humanity. This poem takes us through the journey of many young victims.