Independence Day

| Poet – Madhu Khare | August 15, 2020Feeling free as a bird on this Independence Day,Reflecting while chirping & soaring high in the midday. As we soar higher and higher touching the tip of the hill,The sun is turning pale & rays are becoming still. Relishing the magnificent view from up the hill,Feels likeContinue reading “Independence Day”

Independence Day

| Poet – Nivedita Srivastava | Ours is a country of great diversity Of so much natural beauty and serenity It’s a land of different castles and religions But we all live in unison Ours is a land of saints and sagesWe are known for our bravery since agesWe are a nation which is freeWe proudly say this withContinue reading “Independence Day”

Mother Earth

| Poet – Bhupendra | In the Garden of Eden innocence was pronouncedRules of purity being clearly announcedPleasure, offered as a choice , became lethal And from being sublime, man became a mortalOf all the species he was supreme Yet chose to be brutalMore than the actThought remains venomous With glorified acceptance Being suicidal and murderous Ask I,,O theContinue reading “Mother Earth”

Listen

| Poet – Gurbakhshish Singh | Listen to the gushing thunder of the ice shattering in the Arctic Listen to the simmering pain of the oceans burdened with more water and surging Try listening to the voice of the water supply  with air sucked in the pipeline And then listen to the rapid heartbeat ofContinue reading “Listen”

अंतर्राष्ट्रीय बाघ दिवस – फेसबुक लाइव

| लेखिका – निवेदिता चक्रवर्ती | श्रीमती निवेदिता चक्रवर्ती ,सुप्रसिद्ध राष्ट्रीय कवयित्री, अंतर्राष्ट्रीय बाघ दिवस के अवसर पर अपने फेसबुक के पटल से लाइव आईं। इस लाइव कार्यक्रम का आयोजन निवेदिता जी ने देश के नागरिकों को बाघ संरक्षण का महत्व बताने हेतु किया। इस कार्यक्रम में ६ हज़ार (6000+) से अधिक दर्शक जुड़े और बहुतोंContinue reading “अंतर्राष्ट्रीय बाघ दिवस – फेसबुक लाइव”

Abandoned Warehouse

| Writer – Deepti Agrawal | She felt a throbbing pain in her shoulder.  She tried to open her eyes but couldn’t. They were swollen. Her lips were bruised and she could taste stale blood. She could tell it was blood since she was familiar with this metallic taste now. The only sense that workingContinue reading “Abandoned Warehouse”

Through the window

| Poet – Deepti Agrawal | Looking through the window  Eye catches the rainbow Fluttering of a birds wing Helps the choir sing Mystic air bubbles around Preaching soul heals the wound Wandering footsteps trod the path Droplets shine through the cloth In search of truth on the meadow Looking through the window

नारी जीवन (एक दृष्टिकोण)

| लेखिका – निवेदिता चक्रवर्ती | नारी जीवन के बारे में यूँ तो बहुत कुछ लिखा गया है।  हमारा अधिकांशतः साहित्य नारी के ऊपर होने वाले अत्याचारों और नारी -प्रताड़ना से भरा हुआ है।  नारी को ” बेचारी ” का स्टैम्प बहुत स्वच्छंद तरीके से लगाया गया है। मेरा नारी जीवन के बारे में कुछContinue reading “नारी जीवन (एक दृष्टिकोण)”

The Longest March

| Poet – Gurbakhshish Singh | Having shoulders stronger than ours, the will immaculate and much simpler needs the pawns of our society, standing behind whom we boisterously preach, embark on the longest march to their main doors, which is not a temple or a construction site but upon their villages’ floors, for they don’tContinue reading “The Longest March”