She was a princess, who spent her childhood with her grandfather. She kept loving Him since her childhood. She was married to a king. Though her entire family hated her love for Him, the king respected her love towards Him.
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.
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!
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.
Mother, being the highest position in a company called life, is given the highest respect which shall never be given to anyone else. She is treated equal to the Almighty. The ancient story says thus, in the praise of a Mother – God can’t be present everywhere hence he created a Mother!
She takes a formal charge as a Mother ( since the motherly affection exists in the heart of every woman, here I use the word formal ), the moment her child begins life in her womb. She pays heed to what she is thinking about, what she consumes, she cares about the environment she lives in, the kind of people she mingles with, what she hears to, what she speaks about, she’ll be very cautious about her physical and mental health, as all these would affect the growth of her child.