Archive for July, 2016

Here is Valluvar’s Voice

Following is the translation of Thirukkural, a discourse on ethics, its author is Tamil poet and philosopher Thiruvalluvar who lived around 3rd Century. It’s translation is done by Mr. NV Subbaraman, he lives in Chennai.                                                                               ~*~ அரங்கு இன்றி வட்டுஆடி யற்றே நிரம்பிய நூல் இன்றி கொட்டிக் கொளல் Pronunciation Aranguindri vattuaadi yatrae nirambiya Noolindri kottik koLal. […]

July 17, 2016 · 10 comments · Poetry

Europe: the New Kashmir

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal Europe and particularly France, Germany, UK, Belgium and others, and I am embarrassed to say, are paying the price of their goodwill. They opened doors to people fleeing persecution, gave them opportunities, education and a safe haven to practice their beliefs and faith and yet […]

July 17, 2016 · 1 comment · Editorial

मुझे जीने दो

मुझे  जी  लेने  दो ये  आखिरी  घड़ियाँ  अब  तो अभी  तलक  तो  बस औरों  ने  जिया  है  मुझको कभी  रिवाज़, कभी फ़र्ज़  की  दुहाई  दे खुद  से  तो  मुतमईन होने  नहीं  दिया  मुझको रेत  की  तरह  हाथों  से फिसल  गये  लमहे रही  प्यासी  नदी  सी ख़ल्क़  ने  पिया  मुझको दर-ओ-दीवार  […]

July 17, 2016 · 0 comments · Poetry

Our Parents

You were present at the time of my birth, And you gave me advices that were worth. You always made me do my best, Making sure we do well  in every test. You toil day and night, So that whenever we want we can travel by flight. You are as […]

July 10, 2016 · 1 comment · Poetry

Revenant Mine

Much to learn much to know Dear Muse forsake me not –help me to grow! T’is been a weighty while…wait-y while of bog-swamp-morass-of-mind since I’ve sensed the current of your smile with its silvery creases moonborn and cool as stones smoothed by the strivings of a stream mothered by midnight […]

July 10, 2016 · 2 comments · Poetry

Golden Splendor

The rising sun saluting the sky Rolls swiftly like a glowing ball Across the august splendor Of the awakening day Drenched in the golden rays of the sun Smearing the sky with morning glory Caressing the half opened buds Swinging with the tender breeze The curdling waves rolling, swirling Emitting […]

July 10, 2016 · 3 comments · Poetry

Diode as Deity

By Mark Antony Rossi The best science fiction is more than entertainment it illuminates the mind to the real possibilities of domination by scientific invention. Classic novels like “I, Robot” and “Frankenstein” are excellent examples of prescient literature calling for caution against reckless technology deployed without moral compass or ethical […]

July 10, 2016 · 1 comment · Poetry

Person of the Week: Rusty Hyde

Dear Readers, In this interview series where we ask few questions to people who are making a difference, it can be big, it can be small it doesn’t matter what matters is their contribution to our society. It can be anyone from any walks of life and from any country. Please, do […]

July 10, 2016 · 2 comments · Week's Person

The Cycle of Violence

 By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal  If violence would solve the world problems mankind would have disappeared long time ago, be it streets of Kashmir or cafes of Bangladesh or a protest march in Dallas. Guns don’t solve issues they just create more of them. No cause is too big to […]

July 10, 2016 · 3 comments · Editorial

The Schoolgirl

Age is just  a number And  number, besides being Pure science ,is  also  poetry In  all  it’s  forms, Be it Arithmetic, Algebra  or Geometry Love  to learn  its theorems and problems solve Keep  my  mind  ready   to    evolve Time  is  for  me I  am not  for time So, do  not […]

July 10, 2016 · 1 comment · Poetry