He dwells in Me

My Lord

Har Har Mahadev!

An Immortal’s arrival

Made me fly so high

.P.S. Nowadays, I’m getting too much addicted to know regarding the historical and ethical aspects of Shiva, who is considered as one among the most powerful Gods in Hindu mythology. Although, being an atheistic or agnostic believer, I’m not considering him as a God on the basis of spiritual and religious accounts. What enlightened me is his attitude and unique outlook while comparing with the existence of other Gods in different religions who were created under human logical or illogical thinking process. Of course, nobody has ever given any proper evidences or explanations regarding the existence of Gods here. We know God as a savior through wide number of spiritual books, who saves everyone from the evil and negative energies surrounding all around us; we’ve seen him with different names through the figures and sketches done on the basis of artistic conceptions.  Anyway, this is what I believe and my belief restricts to my limits. I firmly believe Shiva as a powerful odd fish, not as a God, and accept him as a contentious personality who has an ardent glee of positive vibes and energy in him. 

Om Namaah Shivaya

Those who would like to know more about him, go through the given links:

Who is Shiva?

Understanding the Symbols Of Shiva

Nataraj: Dancing Shiva

Here are certain music videos which could explain about him shortly:

Apache Indian: Om Namaah Shivaya

Tribute to Bob Marley: Om Namaah Shivaya

Krishna Das: Om Namaah Shivaya

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An Aisle Of Lightness

Darkness in a coward, a reprobate from ages

went through a satanic path.

The truth is hidden in an eye’s cage,

screaming still in a closed state.

Light in a rebel, a ruling artist,

his renowned enemy believes

in his holiness, and thus leaving

in a crucial path.

Perhaps, they’re always one with two faces,

trying to convey what they know

for the rest- a real disguised world.

Accept them, the one will exist..

The Other dwelling within a jiffy of sins;

pounds of strings praising his wins..

Once, they were none for us,

but then we killed us for them.

PS: This is a group-blogging work that I’ve written together with Viditi Bhargava, an aspiring Engineering student from Delhi, India. For me, she is a peaceful soul who’s a lot of foolish thoughts like me in her mindset and the one who is perfectly fine to mingle such thoughts at any time through her writings, especially via poetry. If you haven’t ever been through her simple blog space, have a look at it here.

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Win Or Lose?

Sometimes, I feel that aliveness

Is a narrative tale,

But a secret, seeing my daily diary

And a victory if I win in the archery

To sustain in my lifespan;

Rather than hiding like a coward

Waiting for a reliable,

Shortcut escaping method.

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Exploration

If words can’t express

Who and how you’re,

Or why you’re here

In the stream of flow of life,

Be a part of yourself to understand

And retaliate your thoughts,

Not the least, but the best;

An infinite nature is waiting

For you to explore the wing

Of flashes and splashes

To illuminate your choices.

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