Archive for July, 2014

What’s Behind the Mountain?

Two minutes ago, a cyclist rode past. Now I see a man on a scooter, And a couple birds flying away from the view. The mountain borders are rough and curvy, The heart of it, it’s foggy and lazy, The feet, alas, I cannot see. Hark! What’s behind the mountain? […]

July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

The Beauties of Nature

Early every morning Sun shines with its bright ray, Illuminating the sky It starts another new day. Leaves are full of due drops While trees dance and sway, Flowers bloom like tulip pops Fill the air with scent in their own way. Birds sitting on branches Chirp and sing, Filling […]

July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

बचपन फूटपाथ पर

आज अनायास ही जैसे मन क्षुब्ध हो उठा कुछ देख कर, अंतर्मन से आवाज़ आई की चल इसका उल्लेख  कर, गरीबी के दलदल में पुरे डूबे, पर फिर भी कितने मगन, पैरों में मिटटी और धुल, आगे बाहें फैलाये खुला गगन, मृगतृष्णा की उस सुनहरी धुप में जैसे बचपन को […]

July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

आज होठों पे फिर हँसी आई

आज होठों पे फिर हँसी आई किसने फिर दिल मेरा दुखाया है आप और आपकी वफ़ा  यारब किस क़दर मुझको आज़माया है  और भी बढ़ गयी तन्हाई मेरी जब तुम्हारा ख़याल आया है ख़ुदा भी दिल से मेरे तंग आया बारहा तोड़ कर बनाया है वो ही मेरा नही है […]

July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

I’ll Be There for You

Years ago when we met, Little did I know. That down the years things will change, And it would become US from Me and You. It may come as a surprise, it may not be, Maybe you even expected it soon. I know I am late in telling you But […]

July 20, 2014 · 0 comments · Poetry

Letter To A Sachin Tendulkar’s Fan From Maria Sharapova

By Atul Kapoor Dear Enthusiast from India, Please bear with me even if you find the undertone of what I am about to state is unapologetic. Your entire diatribe that had so unrelentingly occupied a great chunk of media space for last couple of days does not inspire me to concede […]

July 20, 2014 · 5 comments · Articles

A Rainy Morning

The night was dark with rumbling thunders, Innumerable secrets and nature’s wonders. Half asleep and half lost in the sound of rain, Each drops an inspiration to soothe the pain. A common thing in the panorama but yet so deep, Spattering on the rocks as rolling over slope so steep. […]

July 13, 2014 · 1 comment · Poetry

Swearing Ceremony

By Urvaksh Tavadia, From Indore, India [slideshow_deploy id=’705′]

July 13, 2014 · 1 comment · Cartoon

Nature: An Abstract Look

By Sayantan Banerjee, from Indore, India [slideshow_deploy id=’710′]  

July 13, 2014 · 1 comment · Thousand Words

Knots for Success

By Manisha Gupta The other day I was watching the popular TV serial –CID on SONY. Suddenly one of the members of the CID team, Daya, had to climb up a building to go after the culprit. He quickly took out his rope and flung its hooked end onto the […]

July 13, 2014 · 0 comments · Articles