मधुशाला ( हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में)

मृदु भावों के अंगूरों की आज बना लाया हाला,

प्रियतम, अपने ही हाथों से आज पिलाऊँगा प्याला,
पहले भोग लगा लूँ तेरा फिर प्रसाद जग पाएगा,
सबसे पहले तेरा स्वागत करती मेरी मधुशाला।।१। 

प्यास तुझे तो, विश्व तपाकर पूर्ण निकालूँगा हाला,
एक पाँव से साकी बनकर नाचूँगा लेकर प्याला,
जीवन की मधुता तो तेरे ऊपर कब का वार चुका,
आज निछावर कर दूँगा मैं तुझ पर जग की मधुशाला।।२।

प्रियतम, तू मेरी हाला है, मैं तेरा प्यासा प्याला,
अपने को मुझमें भरकर तू बनता है पीनेवाला,
मैं तुझको छक छलका करता, मस्त मुझे पी तू होता,
एक दूसरे की हम दोनों आज परस्पर मधुशाला।।३।

भावुकता अंगूर लता से खींच कल्पना की हाला,
कवि साकी बनकर आया है भरकर कविता का प्याला,
कभी न कण-भर खाली होगा लाख पिएँ, दो लाख पिएँ!
पाठकगण हैं पीनेवाले, पुस्तक मेरी मधुशाला

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The 9/11 : a moment of togetherness


Many of the viewers of this blog will criticise me to remind this traumatic day on which the terrorist group Al-Qaeda attacked the world trade centre of the USA. But it is what it is. No one can change the date or the things happened. Although we should not look upon the pictures of people jumping out from the building or the planes crashing into it i.e the bad memories but instead we should always remember the moment of togetherness when this excruciating situation arised.

It was a moment when the people around the globe irrespective of their caste, race, gender, sex or religion came together, not only in the United States of America but all around world, to put their prayers and thoughts into practice and loudly emboss it on the chest of our mother Earth “we are united”

It shows that whether we are fighting, spreading chaos, polluting or swearing each other we are the sons of the nature and no matter where we live wether it’s a quarter mile away or half way across the world, we’ll fight together

The great change brings you a request to show the support of this union by putting #UnitedForChange in any of your blog

My teacher (teacher’s day special)

A smile contagious to all,

With a heart of gold that never falls

As my role model, you set the bar high,

But you’ve taught me all I can do is try.

As a friend, you supported me,

A great character and nature like a tree.

As my teacher, you motivated me,

To be the best in the world I can possibly be.

With a hope in my heart, you’ll always have my back,

You were my glowing torch, when it all turned black.

One day when I’ll grow old and be a teacher too,

I’ll always strive to be just like you

India, independent ?

When our leaders were bursting their heart out for the country. What they thought deep inside

They thought they can make a India where the mind is without fear. 

They got what they want but for what measures and for what price

The blood shredded of our heroes les the way to independence.

But is India really free from all the things the Legends wanted it to be. 

If our heroes would be alive they would surely say that ‘We got the nation free at the price of our people’s thinking’

Let’s make India Great again.

“Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi

The PAST !! #ThoughtOfTheDay

Man leave the past in the past. That’s where it belongs. The trouble with addicts is that they carry bad memories around with them – like old luggage. And in that luggage that’s where they carry their blueprint for living. You got to decide what’s worth keeping, and then set the rest of it on the curb for the garbage.

The past is important because it builds the foundation where future blossoms. But we can’t stick to a seed as it is essential to grow the former in a plant. We should, must and have to focus on the present. Why ? Because that’s what in our manipulative control. As it’s written in Bhagwad Gita “you have the right to work only. But you are not entitled to the fruits of action”

Gods and Legends

What defines a God ? God is the one with the supreme value, the creator of the world, the one that shows us the right path when the time is against us. But here’s a fact about the mighty name ‘God’. It is imperceptible. We never seen the being called ‘god’ and even if anyone did, there’s no embossed proof of the former. Many people will say that there are certain miracles or things transpired (like the invention of human life) which can receive our faith in God. So in short, god is a undeniable yet invisible thing or energy which reflects our Actions in our future. Examples of God : Lord Shiva, Krishna, Jesus Christ, Lord Ram, etc.

Now what defines a legend ? A legend is a mortal, destroyable, living or non living thing which inspires us living the life an ideal way. Legends goad is to go through things, not which are hypothetical but instead what’s transpired and have been done before. 

Hardwork, dedication and enthusiasm. The three creates an ordinary person into one of the the deserved ideals for the world to look on with a hope and motive. Examples of legends : The Ramayan, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Swami Vivekananda, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mark Zuckerberg, etc.

The bottom line is that both – legends and Gods are important to lead a satisfactory and ethical life. Where gods show us the path, legends show us how to walk on that path. Both are important in our life

Statue of Liberty : All you need to know about the “Liberty enlightening the world”

The statue of Liberty or La Liberté éclairant le monde as as they say in France, is a neoclassical sculpture on Liberty island on New York Harbor, New York city, USA. It was a gift from the people of France to the people of United States during the American revolution on October 28, 1886. The idea of sculpture was monumented by Email De Laboulaye and sculpted by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi


The Statue of Liberty is a figure of a robed woman representing Libertas, a Roman goddess. She holds a torch above her head(depicted as showing us the path to Liberty), and in her left arm carries a tabula ansata(Latin word for tablet with handles) inscribed in Roman numerals with “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI” (July 4, 1776), the date of the U.S. declaration of independence. A broken chain lies at her feet. 

The statue became an icon of freedom and of the United States, and was a welcoming sight to immigrants arriving from abroad.

The seven spikes of the crown represent the seven continents and oceans of the world and indicate the universal liberty