Carrot halwa red,Boondi ladoo yellow,Lassi creamy white,Wishing you A Holi very bright.Rose milk pink,Baigan bhartaa purple,Gulaab jamun dipped inSugar syrup very golden,And a chocolate truffle,May in Life always,You stay out of trouble.Wishing you Happy HoliA day full of coloursA rainbow in a jumble,Samosas and chutney,Sweet and hot,Hot and sweet,With dollop of ice cream,Topped with honey.WishingContinue reading “Have a very Foodie Holi”
May we move forward, Stronger,surer,together.May we move forward,To progress and prosper.May our diversityBring us strength greater, Make our minds grow richer,May we stride with pride,Holding hands of each other.
A poem for kids: ‘My Train Journey’ ‘My Train Journey’ My train journeyWas just lovely,I met kidsWho were funny,We laughed a lot At each station Hot snacks we bought.Chhuk chhukChhuk chhukChug chugChug chugWent the train,The rhythm feltLike a refrain.I know not whenA thug cameA thief he was,Who stole a packOf my croissant plain;I thought toContinue reading “Happy Children’s day India!”
Temporal time ticks,We move, as it kicks.Breeze in the hair,We pick a warm wear.Neither time,Nor breeze,Do we see,But one shows us,Our lifetime limit,The other shows us,What’s it to be free.Use temporal time well,But use leisure better.Enjoy the breeze, The outdoors and The good weather.May there be a zing, Right under your wing,As you follow dreams,AndContinue reading “A morning wish”
The best way To observe The divine Is to be kind In thought, Word and deed.The best way to pray Is to share and care For all fellow beings And living beings Who cross our path Or happen To be around us.Share and care!
These festive timesCalled Navratri,The nine days signify,The many ways,We symbolise and glorify,The energy and strengths,Of the Feminine.Goddess in her Avatars,Worshipped for her Virtues and kindness,With gulaal and flowers.We pray earnestlyTo this Mother Divine,May she bless us all, and protect us all.We seek her forgiveness,Her favours and grace,As we sing and dance,In her glory and praise,AndContinue reading “Navratri”