Month: December 2016


Remembering 26/11: The Wound of a Nation

By the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal I was returning from office when they aired a conversation of a lady whose fiancée was among the victims of the San Bernardino attack last year, where a couple inspired by ISIS ideology shot dead 14 people and injured other 22. Her voice gave me […]


A Piece of Peace

No one has ever written yet A piece of peace, in my heart I kept. No one has ever really met. A peace who sees the world in depth. A piece of peace is in my heart That will radiate through this simple art. Listen to me now, and let […]


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. Its translation and comments are done by N V Subbaraman who lives in Chennai.   Chapter 58 BENIGN LOOKS அதிகாரம் 58 கண்ணோட்டம் (இரக்கம்)                                                                                 ~*~ Original […]


All that I Want

With  you I  want  to  dance Under The  strobe  lights In  a  semi-dark  room To  the  music, Pouring  out  of Nowhere, Want  to  do A  close  number In  slow, matching  steps Moving   in  a  trance, With  you I  want  to  dance In  the  pouring   rain Hiding  my  face Onto  your  […]