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08 March 2018

O Woman, I Salute You

Dear Woman,

I salute you. I salute you for being a woman. I wish you a very happy women's day.
Let me ask you a question, before you perhaps think to celebrate women's day, what is a happy day for you?

Think for a while...

12 February 2018

Collection: 'Namah Shivaya' Hymns to Lord Shiva by Narayankripa

Narayankripa is celebrating the auspicious Mahashivaratri Parva by prayers and hymns today; offering the divine worship to Lord Shiva in the linguistic and poetic form. Happy to present 'Namah Shivaya' the collection of prayer and hymns to Lord Shiva from our blogging temple of Narayankripa and my other blogs in Indian languages.   

This Mahashivratri, may Lord Shiva accept our puja in performed different forms and bless us unwavering Bhakti for His 'Shiva' Swaroop.

Image Source: Photoblog KrishnaMohini

16 January 2018

Poem: Morning Sungift

A morning gift I received today
big, shiny, golden
sent from the sky, 
from the heaven of my Nirakar
straight to the doors of my eyes 

Image: Morning sun rays blessing goldenness to green leaves

Cluster Fig (Audumbar) in my yard. The leaves who inspired me this poem. 

14 November 2017

Poem: Synchronicity

A poem on the 'One' ruler, I admire,

Blending the blueness of the sky
to lighten the dark,

06 November 2017

Micropoem: Where Your Heart Lives

Micropoem for the prompt 'Year' suggested by Microprompt (Twitter: @microprompt)

Days, months, years pass
Life melts 
Moment by moment

15 October 2017

How Aggressive Support for Firecrackers Is Harming Hinduism

The aggressive reaction against banning the sale of Firecrackers during Diwali by the Supreme Court interpreting it as the 'attack' on Hinduism is shocking. I don't understand the relationship between Hinduism and bursting crackers for Diwali. Firecrackers are burst for different celebrations globally and not related to Hinduism by any way, in my knowledge. I feel it shameful that a pollution increasing tradition is being attributed to Hinduism.

20 September 2017

Reason: Why We Must Stop Observing Self-deluding Beliefs in Religious Rituals

The recent issue of filing the police case against a cook for concealing her caste has raised several questions about our religious beliefs. The cook was accused of impersonating and hiding her caste to secure the job. The eligibility for the job was that the cook should be a Brahmin and a married woman having her husband alive -- a suvasini as defined by religious believers.
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