7Sep
2013

For A Kind Soul

For A Kind Soul

Can you see these tears? They are the tears of Suffering; Even Suffering is tired of suffering. The tears have run their course now. They have dried up, Left their mark On pale, malnourished skin. I am frightened, lonely, Starving. Searching in every nook and cranny For a little piece of Love to fill my heart. My heart is hungry for Love. I have been left in the corner, Pushed aside, uprooted cruelly. To make way for ‘important’ people. Am […]

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6Sep
2013

Even Amidst Darkness, Hope Lives

Even Amidst Darkness, Hope Lives

Graphic art, from scratch.

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August 31, 2013

Checkmate

Sword in fist, the black knight leapt forward and in one fatal swing fell the king’s loyal guard. The king backed away, washed with helplessness. Suddenly, one of the knight’s henchmen, spiked mace in hand, appeared behind the king, trapping him.  Nowhere to go.  Nothing to do. The king knew it was over. I thrust the chessboard over in disgust. Another game, another defeat. It was becoming monotonous. I played chess with my grandfather maybe once a month, and almost […]

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August 29, 2013

Life

Pale and starved, was what I looked like Uncared and unloved, was what I felt like Anxiety and fear, were what I had within Hope and desire, were what I needed.   Death was at my doorstep, waiting to be hugged Accusation of murder, was what I faced Even though, I had never swatted a fly. Justice, something you see in films and fantasies In reality it does not exist.   My fate was decided by the almighty To whom, […]

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August 29, 2013

Peace

“People are born for different tasks, but in order to survive every one requires the same nourishment: inner peace.” As gaudy as these words of Sathya Sai Baba may sound, these words hold the key to reach the zenith of success, prosperity, and even unity. A labyrinthine concept such as peace cannot be simplified and compounded into a general view. The intrinsic complexity of peace lies in its subjectivity. For instance, peace for some may be the unadulterated sound of […]

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August 11, 2013

India

Every night when I switch on my television, I read the headlines and feel sick at the atrocities that take place in my motherland, that so-called independent, democratic, and powerful country, filled with the most inspirational leaders driving it forward. They love showcasing a sense of sincerity in their responsibilities towards our nation.  This is of course something politicians do around the world, but does their conscience not haunt them in their sleep? What disturbs me is not the fact […]

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August 8, 2013

The Epilogue

The Epilogue

Here, I take my bow;
Long overdue, but always

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August 7, 2013

Religion Vs The Human Race

Religion Vs The Human Race

Throughout my childhood, I had always firmly believed in the concept of God. I used to pray alongside my mother and father, and was quick and keen to learn shlokas and prayers.

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Les Misérables – Review

January 29, 2013 0 comments
Les Misérables – Review

Having seen only one musical film before, I don’t consider myself well-versed with musicals. Yet, there was something about this particular musical that simply pulled me in and shook me emotionally.

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The New Nokia Lumia 920

November 1, 2012 2 comments
The New Nokia Lumia 920

Which company had complete domination in the phone market before the smart-phone revolution? Nokia! This company, which until recently had been “connecting” a majority of the world’s population…

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Women Empowerment

May 18, 2013 0 comments
Women Empowerment

The Constitution of India grants equality to women, yet this is far from a guarantee. Provisions and measures are made to punish anybody committing prevention. The whole terrible crimes, but it is just the cure.

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The Circulatory System

August 2, 2013 1 comment
The Circulatory System

This is from an activity in the  bio class.

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