Thursday, February 18, 2010


Just 1411 left.
Our national animal is fighting for its life.
From around 40,000 at the turn of the last century, there are just 1411 tigers left in India.
If we don’t act now, we could lose this part of our heritage forever.
Speak up, blog, share the concern, stay informed… Every little bit helps.
Aircel has partnered with WWF-India to help save our tigers. Explore the site to know how you can help.
Watch this space for updates from Stripey, the tiger cub.
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Friday, February 5, 2010


I searched an envelope to live in,
Gazing at those not so close heavenly stars,
Just willing to be one of all,
Helpful, loving and caring.

Work is done in the anonymous present,
I waved an adieu to them,
Adoring the time I spent,
And those cute smiles that still amend.

Tune and leaps of just glowing me,
Lifted the soul of mine being for me,
Moved towards one who,
Who can intrude my winged heart.

Pledge, ever since turned the song,
Prescribed as the caller tune of thee.
Memoirs written deeply in the stained sheet,
Inked by me called “for all”

Moonlight, sweet quotes,
Entering the crystallized red gem...
Tearing the rising curtains of dignity,
Further pouring light to shine of intimacy.

Ah! My light,
The sunny day playing its game on me,
No labyrinth for my crystal to glow,
Just a vivid wind dwarfing with a blow.

On the table an envelope of mine,
Torn, mudded, unsealed.
Allowing thousands of feelings entering it,
Untimely, uninvited and still regarded.

Again when air blew away the cover,
There fell a letter,
Inked from “all” to “for all”
Handwritten by those stars in heavenly region,
Subject –letter of rejection.