This is a story of a young pretty girl. She had many people around her, in her life, yet was too lonely. She had lost the battle even before she could begin. She had lost all hopes. She had almost given up. It was then, He entered her life. He promised to support her. She promised to live.
I don’t call that to be a success,
which fell at your feet,
For someone made all preparations,
And they said-
The stage is all set my dear.
She had a dream,
A dream to have an identity of her own.
She said- I don’t want to be just someone’s daughter, someone’s sister, someone’s wife. I want to be me, along with someone’s something.
Today I am going to write about those people, that relation, without which life is colourless. Yes, it’s about friends and friendship. Life becomes as colourful as a rainbow when you have friends in your life!
No, I am not yet a Guru. Don’t call me Guru.
The teacher thus said when his students called him a Guru.
Then who’s a Guru?
On this special day, the occasion of Guru Poornima, the auspicious festival celebrated by many people, especially the Hindus, Jains and Buddhists on the land of Bharath, I would like to write about the auspiciousness of this day.
In this post I would like to write about my most favourite poem, a evergreen poem of Punyakoti.
It’s a small incident from the life of a cow called Punyakoti. It’s a poem that leaves a huge impact on its reader. It is one among those poems which teaches us, what it actually means to be honest! It gives a message to the world regarding the power of honesty. The poem of Punyakoti, with honesty being a primary message, also depicts lot of other virtues. It floods the reader’s heart with various emotions.