Indeed, April is referred to as the cruelest month but for poetry lovers in Chennai, the very first week of April brought with it a sparkle of generous poetic flavour! It brought Smita Sahay into our midst! Today evening, as we self proclaimed poets, Sivakami Velliangiri, Chandramohan Naidu, Jagadish Prasad, Subramanian and me (Shail Raghuvanshi)… Continue reading Poetry Reading with Smita Sahay
The bald head,those branded spherical spectacles,the white loin cloth and that lean long stick -we identify so much with all those that symbolized freedom.Even today, when all seems lostwhen law and order is just a line on paper,when conscience is only a fashionable wordto decorate self help journals,the brisk steps marching with hopeseem the only… Continue reading If he could, We can!
The National November Writing Month! When November arrives, I am all geared up for a month filled with writing. Not that I never write otherwise. I do. After all, it is my profession. But, the November month has its own charm! It is such a wonderful feeling to know that sitting with you across the… Continue reading The NaNoWriMo Fever!
Day 1: Just describe a landscape you would like to relax in. Use it as a prompt for today. Type away and I am sure you would have not only typed a lot of words but also let your imagination guide you into writing something beautiful! What say? Day 2: Your character is working at… Continue reading Prompts to Help You Write Your NaNoWriMo: WEEK 1
Zentangle for me is a beautiful way to chill.... Hope you like what I have sketched.
Another wonderful Indian actor has passed to the other realm. May her soul rest in peace. Whichever movies Sridevi acted in, she left her mark. But, somehow, her stint in Tamil cinema seem to stand out for her dusky genuine vulnerability which made the public connect with her and her performances. I didn't seem to… Continue reading Sridevi Kicks the Bucket: Karma Plays its Role