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This poem is a humble tribute to those migrant workers who have been toiling for our daily needs while being away from their families. Let us hope that the measures put in place by govt. would work for their benefit. (on ‘Help Them Live’)CA Vikram Nayyar
Can’t believe it is the same poetess who penned the serious and challenging poems like “The Flame” and “Death brings Life”. Never realized so much goes on behind the calm and placid smiling face. That’s is after all the beauty of talented writer. (on ‘Stories’)Dr. Chanchal Narang
- Safety of Women in IndiaIt all started with a sudden spur of protests and expressions of solidarity. Before this, the Nirbhaya case was just another case which was among many gang rape cases that came in a quantity of dozens regularly. But in reality, it wasn’t just a case that was filed and forgotten, rather, it shook the countryContinue reading “Safety of Women in India”
- Indian Women on the RiseThe era before independence saw strong female leaders and warriors like Rani Laxmibai, Razia Sultan, Begum Hazrat Mahal, Jhalkari Bai and other brave women. It is also a fact that after independence, our country has been led by strong female characters like Late Shrimati Indira Gandhi Ji as our honourable ex-Prime Minister and Shrimati PratibhaContinue reading “Indian Women on the Rise”
- If Only Forever Wasn’t That LongWe are young and foolish, unaware about what the future holds. We try to walk in the ocean, expecting to stay afloat. We block the mouth of the flute, expecting to hear a melodious tune. We make promises of forever, oblivious of the duration of eternity. This poem is a harsh reality of today’s youth,Continue reading “If Only Forever Wasn’t That Long”
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