Tuesday, May 23, 2017

An Ode To Life

Dear Friends



I am happy to let you'll know that I have just published my first book "An Ode to Life"

The  book is a collection of poems and it reflects the different stages that one goes through in human life, starting from the birth until the end of existence.

This book is available on Amazon. Please follow the link below:

India

https://www.amazon.in/dp/B06Y2G8W4D  (Kindle)


USA

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1521003580    (Paperback)

And

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y2G8W4D    (Kindle)

UK

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1521003580  (Paperback) 

And

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06Y2G8W4D    (Kindle)


GERMANY

https://www.amazon.de/dp/1521003580   

And

https://www.amazon.de/dp/B06Y2G8W4D  (Kindle)


FRANCE

https://www.amazon.fr/dp/1521003580   

And

https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B06Y2G8W4D  (Kindle)


SPAIN


https://www.amazon.es/dp/1521003580   

And

https://www.amazon.es/dp/B06Y2G8W4D  (Kindle)


CANADA

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B06Y2G8W4D  (Kindle)


It is also available on Goodreads. The link is:


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35125118-an-ode-to-life?ac=1&from_search=true


I would be happy if you have a read and share your feedback. For further details, please do contact me via this blog.

Happy Reading!!!

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Big Show

Man loves to flaunt and is always ready to show off his possessions in front of others. This quality of exhibitionism sometimes prods on the extreme and can appear funny at times. It is really amusing how a person carries himself at the so-called special occasions just to make his presence felt. 

In the olden era, marriage was considered as a simple practice of joining of two souls where food was distributed to the poor to gain blessings. But now it is nothing but a festival of pomp and show where the poor is not even mentioned in the conversation let alone in the celebration. Of all the days of one’s lives, the bride and the groom feel that marriage is the only day where they feel important and so behave in such an abnormal manner that sometimes it’s difficult to identify whether they are the same people or strangers.

Unfortunately in today’s times, people are more impressed by the outward appearance than their internal talents. People don their best costumes for a job interview; as if the attire will compensate for what one has inside their brain.

It is quiet fascinating how the travelers wear their finest clothes at the airport and it is more amusing how their companions put on ordinary clothing just to make the passenger feel like a celebrity.

Times have changed so drastically that even places of worship are being treated as fashion houses with disciples parading their latest material acquisitions and God being nothing but a back bencher.

In the past, clothes served the purpose of covering the body from heat and cold but now the mantra is: less clothes; more prestige.


One has to realize that simplicity is the essence of life and showiness may not always result in success. Even prolific leaders like Gandhi, Mandela, Martin Luther etc professed the idea of simple living and high thinking. It is only through knowledge and perseverance that men can have their names etched in the annals of history and definitely not through external gaudiness.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Will Survive


They may call me weak 
Not strong enough to achieve
Success may not greet me much
May not be able to please the world
Or surpass numerous expectations

But will certainly not despair 
About transitory possessions
As this world is not valuable
Though my life is truly of worth 

Blemishes may make me unpleasing
Don’t conform to the demands of superficiality
But I know I am divine from within
And will live with my beautiful imperfections

For I couldn’t care less about what they feel
As long as I am happy with myself
No need to be someone I am not
Just be satisfied with what I have got

Though there is no place for the meek
I will survive in all circumstance

Saturday, January 14, 2017

A Boy Named Harris



There was boy named Harris, 
Who use to do all things opposite

His father was reading 
While the sun was setting
He told Harris to switch on the lights
But instead his papers started flying
His father yelled, ‘Harris, why do you do all things opposite.’

One day his mother was cooking 
For the guests in the evening
She asked Harris to pass the sugar 
But he gave her the salt
The guests were waiting for the blueberry pie
But they were treated to a portion of saline
His mother shouted, ‘Harris, why do you do all things opposite.’

He went to school where the teacher held a mathematics test
In which Harris wasn’t too well
He wrote the test using all his wits
But the teacher found out that all the answers were of science.
His teacher screamed, ‘Harris, why do you do all things opposite.’

That was a story of a boy named Harris who tried his best

But somehow managed to do all things opposite