A collection of essays written by me to celebrate my understanding of life.

I trust you will enjoy reading them as much as I did writing !

Books & Series

68 dialogues weaving patterns from abstractions on the tapestry of Science & Spirituality. Published in infinithoughts (2008 to 2015)

Dialogues from Indian mythology as they unfolded in my mind’s eys. Written in 2004; published by GIRI in 2015

In search of that elusive balance of Yin & Yang… Published as a series in infinithoughts between 2002 & 2003

Between God & Me...

My inner journey written in verse and prose (1991 to 2011)

What is that invisible anvil that shapes us to become who we ought to be? Written in 2003-2005

Our words define what we perceive! We ought to choose them wisely…

A series of articles on holistic fitness and wellbeing published in Food & Health (2012-2016)

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Untold Tales…

‘Full many a gem of purest ray serene the dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear Full many a flower is born to blush unseen and waste it’s sweetness on the desert air’ ⁃ Thomas Gray’s ‘An elegy written in a country churchyard’ Many a story told with splendour Many re-enacted with aplomb Yet deep hidden...

Emergent Universe – Divergent Non-Duality

  The Science and Non-Duality (SAND) forum is one I have watched and followed since 2012 with a lot of excitement - revelling in the sheer novelty of the conferences they hold for dialogues between scientific research and spiritual unfoldment. Their logo of ‘Aum = MC2’ was so precisely on point with my own convictions...

The Parallel Lines

Seldom comes a soul who lives for others! Mahatria Ra's unique method of blending spiritual seeking with materialistic ambition is changing the way spirituality is experienced. He is uniting a world that has been divided in the name of God and religion, through ‘Faith’ and ‘Love’. Endowed with a deep connectivity to existence and enormous spiritual strength, He...

Cambridge

Cambridge ! A city where the unknown manifests into the known; where visions become reality; aspirations strive for perfection & the divine intervenes for realisation... The birthplace of many a revolutionary thought backed by concrete action that has impacted the whole of humanity... Considered one of the most academically selective institutions, Cambridge is ranked the...

Why Meditate?

I wrote this in my journal in February 2003... " As I sat one afternoon with my lunch at Yelagiri hills during my first spiritual retreat (January 26th to February 1st 2003), I saw the breeze gently sway a blade of grass even as a little ant was moving across it. The sight prompted a...

Not for Sale!

Swami Vivekananda is world renowned for having represented the Hindu faith in the Parliament of religions in 1893. His address at Chicago is considered the turning point of modern understanding of the Sanatana Dharma. His exposition and representation from there on revolutionised the outlook of the world to Indian thought and ethos. To briefly highlight,...

The Inception

One of my all time most favourite movies is Inception. Hats off to Christopher Nolan for presenting such an abstract concept with such creative ingenuity and precision. Every one plants thoughts into the others. When a Shakuni influences a Duryodhana or a Mandira instigates a Kaikeyi, while the implant is deliberate by the perpetrator, it...

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You were just an idea…

You were just an idea - not even mine An idea enshrined by a million hues... You then became a desire - now born in me A desire that grew from dream to real You became my search - a very deep longing A craving that brought tears every day You soon became an aspiration...

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The Beacon Beckons…

‘Come let’s dance’, He gathers me in His arms Higher, Deeper, He carries me Beyond Smiling wider than the skies, tears deeper than the ocean, Spring in every step, twinkle in every breath, in every cell I dance ‘Take the spot light, let others applaud’ – He benevolently calls ‘It’s too Sacred, too Divine’ –...

The Magic Ingredient

'Every body seems to have an opinion on what I must be doing - except me!' said the young girl. She was good in Math as compared to Social and Physical Sciences. So she had opted for the 'Commerce' group in school. One thing led to another, she had to choose what to study at...

The crystallisation of a CULTure

When a group of individuals have a common view of life, adhere to a common set of values and choose a common standard of behaviour, it is said to be a culture. Even if one of these parameters are missing, it ceases to be a culture. For instance an organisation’s culture is based on the...

In just a day…

As a child I would accompany my parents on their shooting trips every opportunity I got. We would travel by bullock carts in a remote hot village one day only to fly off in first class the next to the most exotic place; enjoy breakfast at a roadside cart with our crew and experience dinner...