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Read and enjoy our Poems from India
The music needed at times is the one with no sound, Sometimes in the ringing dead silence, we're drowned Even in the sound of nothing, there is a symphony,
While candle-dousers were on the run, Terracotta toys shouldered half burnt wax candles. Delicateness would light up dampness, Benign were the Bolsheviks,
Read and enjoy the perspective articles
My love of sarees is a lighthouse which beckons me home and is the compass showing me the path of return to India. My affinity for sarees was not born
A flight of humans marching back and forth across all roads Serpentine length carrying merchandise of heavy loads Where? where? the herd heading to?
My pen stills on a blank white page, Too many jumbled words crowd around it Secret thoughts, and unexplored feelings Indescribable emotions, some unfinished
Detoxify after the Diwali Eating Splurge! Most of you must be suffering from Post Diwali Guilt Syndrome, which may continue for a long time. Diwali is
Read and enjoy the bedtime stories for kids
Timmy the young monkey was swinging from one branch to the next, he was new to the forest and had no friends. Most of the animals were busy with their