Raksha Bandhan Threads Published in The Asian Weekly The threads of the festive bond Some silky smooth, some rugged uncouth Some curly frilly, Some pert straight The threads no brother can ever abscond Some hand made Some purchased Some parceled out Some personalized The threads that sing the sibling song Some older ones Some younger … Continue reading The Threads
Maharaj Ramesh sharma explains the significance of Raksha Bandhan thread.
Threads of Love bond them together. Threads of unity hold them together.
The Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan signifies the bond between brothers and sisters. Miles apart at times, the Rakhee thread depicts the closeness and inseparable relationship of siblings.
A haberdashery of the mind! Threads of desire in the loom Bring forth a gloom or a bloom Pick up a green thread and red slips out Pick up a red thread and blue falls out Some threads bring a hopeful joy Others tie around us like serpentine desires Getting entangled at each pull that … Continue reading THREADS OF DESIRE
In the Chauvinist dominance of the male gender in the Indian Society a woman steps up in her own small mannerism to be her own identity.