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How to Get Lost?

Once While I Was Standing The Banks Of River Narmada, I Came Across This Young Lady Who Was Stunned By The Ferocious Flow Of The River And Was Running Away From It Screaming, No, No, Like A Child. Her Fresh Thali Smeared With Turmeric And Her Blushing Cheeks Were Clearly Revealing That She Was A [...]

Thunai Ezhuthu – Review

Review by : Sudha Narasimhachar –  http://www.shvoong.com/books/52520-thunai-ezhuthu-tamil/ This is a wonderful collection of essays in a regional language Tamil, which is the main language of the State of Tamilnadu, India. The essays are all experiences of the author, who is an avid traveller and keen observer. Though the incidents and events described are very common, which [...]

The Frozen Smile on the Rock

Where does a day drop down and vanish? On which floor is yesterday, which gave me so much of happiness and joy, lying? Can we gather the fallen days of our past just as we can sweep together and collect all the leaves that drop off a tree? One day is really a wonderful concept. [...]

Desandhri Review

My Musings  Blog by SA Narayanan First, for those who are not very familiar with Tamil writers, or those who have lost touch recently, let me say that there is a Tamil writer, S. RAMAKRISHNAN, who writes on many topics. Did I say “write” I can’t find suitable words to adequately describe his writing.. You [...]

Will you share a meal?

Article by S.Ramakrishnan. Translated from Tamil by Lakshmanan Like every coin has two sides, some question(s) have two faces. One is direct impact of question asked, whereas other is sadness behind the person who asks this question. If you consider above question as a just person asking for his meal to other, it indirectly shows [...]

The History of the Ramasami Lineage: The Hidden Truths

-   Shortstory – S. Ramakrishnan- Trans. Latha Ramakrishnan It was a completely unexpected morning that had to be confronted. The crowd, thick and dense, moved in rows. Where they were coming from was not clear. Sitting on the Gemini Flyover, legs dangling, many were conversing. Two people were atop the stallion warrior statue, taking photographs. [...]

A Pebble in the River

I had been to Rishikesh during one summer. The current of Ganga was not  very rash. The  Bank was bedded with round pebbles. Though they were lying  under the scorching sunlight, they remained cool. How many days and nights  have they spent under water? They felt cool and smooth like gentle flowers. Have these stones [...]

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