Yoga – A holy union of two- the yin and the yang, completely different from each other, yet fit perfectly to form the whole. Space between them, the akaasha, creates the magnetism. Agni ignites at their touch. Eyes comprehend a Maya, the mirage where everything around them becomes theirs and only theirs. Although their feet … More Samyogam
Apart from all the projections I had developed about her over a long period of time, due to emotional games my mind played, I remember her being a perfect example of the perfect, respectable Tamil brahmin lady. Large red vermillion circle in the middle of her forehead and another, parting her jet-black, neatly-combed, hair ornate … More Paati – for me
This morning I woke up to a page of Robert Adams. I then walked dutifully to the kitchen to start with the preparation of the daily morning citrus juice. I picked up a nice, shiny, organic pomegranate. I went about cutting through it with a knife in my regular, methodical fashion… but it’s similarity to … More How to ooze goodness
Some one blew air into me, bubble I became, The bubble assumed size, building walls with presumptions, inhibitions, fears, and convictions…. Now, optimised it stands, wobbling and restless, The walls show me a reflection, but I want more, I take a long walk to touch the walls, And the outside responds with rhythmic ripples Ripples … More What am I
An old canvas lay dusty and brown on my desk, half done with a grey crescent, painted ages ago, never stirred inspiration enough to finish, caught my eye a few days ago. Blues and purples and pinks splashed in my mind and the coolness of the moon somehow sent a sense of peace down my … More Soma to Mayura
The first question that a friend asked me when I told her about my Dubai tryst was – did you take the kids to Ferrari World – to which I said ‘No’, and swallowed her dirt looks. Amusement parks are of a certain category in my head – Useless waste of time and money, which … More That time in life when I decided to ‘brave’ it out
This last one is Sarang’s work!