Artistic Geometry

Enough with mathematics and geometry on text books and note books. I think think, children should be first taught to work with a compass and protractor at art class, not in a math class. I remember the first time I used one, although it was at math class, for a few minutes I found myself … More Artistic Geometry

Kamadhenu

Is it the love of Kamadhenu, or the benevolent Nandini, her daughter, who Dileepa served before he fathered his children? Or is it Nandi, the bull that awaits his entry, sitting straight with wrapt attention on the Ishwara, who is about to call him in any minute? After all, he is the most dedicated one, … More Kamadhenu

Samyogam

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

Paati – for me

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