Nowhere in the Globe, a poetry Festival in the name of a Bird is observed and hence if you really want to enjoy, please visit the Seventh Edition of “FLAMINGO POETRY FESTIVAL” in  the end of 2020 or early 2021,  at Nellore a great place in Andhra Pradesh where you will find the Migratory Birds fly to enjoy a  safe and sound sanctuary in the Pulicot lake- flying  thousands of miles from different parts of the Globe with their WING and WILL POWER during the winter season every year !

YES-Six editions have taken place and I had the fortune and proud privilege of attending THREE-one at Sulurpeta and two at Nellore-and second in Nellore with my ward S.Nivetha a young poet, student of final BCA in a local women’s college.

Convener is Dr. Perugu Ramakrishna. Have a look at him!

Nellore Festival was meticulously conceived, fucussly planned and effectively executed by a great internationally acclaimed Flamingo Poet of Nellore Dr. Perugu Ramakrishna – Widely Published World Poet,(Wonder Book of International Records-2013)

Vice President,(South zone),Indian Society of Authors( InSA),New Delhi

Founder -International Poets Society on Face Book -7000 Member Poets

Member: World Academy of Arts and Culture (WAAC) USA

Member: United Poet Laureates International (UPLI) USA

Member; International benevolent Research Forum, India( IBRF)

Member; Pentasi B World Friendship Poetry-Philippines

Member: The International Association of Poets, Writers and Artists, Albania.

He has organized this /his Sixth Edition with the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Authority, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Golagamudi, Nellore where Multilingual South India Poets Meet was held on the theme “MIGRATORY BIRDS”.



South India wing of Pen India, a Writers’ Association with the Department of Tourism, organized the Flamingo Poetry Festival  at the Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management. Dr Perugu Ramakrishna said there was a relationship between human beings and the birds and the Tourism students have to visit the sanctuary and focus on various issues connected to migratory birds that visit the lake every year. Chief Guest and popular Telugu poet JV Murthy said that tourism was a part of human life and there were many poets focused as their poetic subject. Nodal Officer IITTM Dr. S Meera released the Book NOOTOLATO MARKU by writer and poet Ramachandra murthy.


Local Poet Allu Bhaskar Reddy also spoke.Popular English Poet Mydavolu Venkata Sesha Sathyanarayana, Lakshman Rao from Bangaluru, S. Nivetha, K.Unnikrishnan and N V Subbaraman from Chennai, Dr.Vijayabaskar from Srikakulam, Ethakota Subba Rao, and Rajendra Singh Thakur from Nellore recited poems in connection with the program. Prizes were distribute to the students who won in various competitions conducted on the occasion by Mr. Imithiaz.

For both of us, it was a very early morning  pleasant train journey from Chennai to Nellore for about three hours on the 8th morning. Reaching on time at the venue,   we were wholeheartedly and warmly received by the convener Dr. Perugu Ramakrishna and  and the co convener Dr. S Meera.

Would be Tourism and Travel Managers- some women students of the Institution excellently   beautified the entrance with  lovely drawings of KOLAMS–MUGGULU in attractive colors.


Two photos below: Youngest among the participating poets, S. Nivetha, a student of final year BCA in a leading local women’s college and a National Book of Records for Children holder presenting her English poem in the Festival and is presented with the OUTSTANDING NATURE POET AWARD 2020.



12/2045, Jivan Bima Nagar, Chennai 600101


Flamingos migrated to Pulicot sanctuary


Poem 1

Migration a great boon by the Almighty

Indeed a great balancing act by God through nature

Going from place to place in search of one’s needs

Regularly year after year in the seasons right

All through the brain and wing power by the birds

Though human beings do migrate greater extent

Eternal migration of birds every year miles and miles

Delightful sights for humans to watch in bird sanctuaries!


Beautiful falcons flying thousands of miles to Pulicat

In Andhra Pradesh and other States in India great

Regularity is the God granted wisdom

Daring birds from country to country far, far away

Sure Almighty is Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent!


Thoughtful theme for the Festival

Highly inspiring first timers like me

Ever grateful to Perugu uncle and all others

Many, many heartful thanks to the audience here

Ever will remain green in my mind for years!


I am an acrostic lover. First letter of each line reads



Poem 2


Migration is a natural process for birds to travel miles

In order to find ecological condition for the young-it flies

Grounds for breeding becomes difficult due to low temperature

Rarely birds fly to their destination non- stop in its course

Along with their earth’s magnetic field- they orient!

The phenomenon of bird migration is inspired by humans

Olive branch in its beak a dove returned Noah at the end of the flood

Rebirth of nature and arrival of spring are announced by birds

Yes, knowledge of migration has important role in the eco system!


Birds of different feathers migrate so sensibly

In the world in which they are created by the Almighty

Raise awareness on the threads faced by migratory birds

Delightful indeed is the strength of will power unheard

Such is the creation of the Omnipotent and Omniscient!

Down below is a great Group Photo of the participating poets with the organizers and the Chief Guest.

I  always admire the poetry festivals from Andhra Pradesh! There are poets bubbling with poetic quest,  poetry interest  and poetic skills. Vijayawada, Guntur, Nellore, Vishakapatnam, Hyderabad are celebrating poetry festivals in their own magnificent manner,bringing out Poetry Anthologies periodically! Poetry is ingrained in them! After all what is POETRY?

Literary work in which the expression of feelings and ideas is given intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm; poems collectively or as a genre of literature.
One feels a desire to investigate through poetry the subjects of pain and death”
Various dimensions:
Metrical composition
  • a quality of beauty and intensity of emotion regarded as characteristic of poems.
    “poetry and fire are nicely balanced in the music”
  • omething regarded as comparable to poetry in its beauty.
    “the music department is housed in a building which is pure poetry”!
    All Poetry Festivals inspire the poets to get trained and improve the standard and quality of their poems. I feel I am greatly benefited and as such grateful to the organizers.
    The proud blogger presenting his poem in English and Tamil:

    MIGRATED BIRDS Poem of N V Subbaraman

    இடம்மாறிப் பறவைகள்

    All creations of the Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient

    Lord Almighty great! Flamingo is indeed very fine among those present!

    The greater flamingo, the most widespread and largest species of the family,

    Found in Africa,  India, Middle East, and in southern Europe –happy!

    Ten Lake and sanctuaries in India to enjoy seeing the bird

    எல்லாம் அறிந்த, எங்கும் நிறைந்த,சர்வ வல்லமை பெற்ற

    இறைவனின் படைப்பில் எல்லாமே உயர்ந்தவை

    இருப்பவனவற்றுள், பூநாரைகள் அருமை யானவை

    அக்குடும்பத்தில் ஈடற்றது பெரும்பூ நாரைகள் விரிந்து நிறபன!


    Indian subcontinent is  the largest breeding ground for the MIGRATED BIRDS Greater flamingo

    And lesser flamingo, coming to India in every winter season.

    Best sanctuaries to see Flamingos  are Okhla Bird Park,Najafgarh Jheel,

    Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary,Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary and Bhigwan Bird Sanctuary. Fortunate is India-that is Bharath.


    ஒவ்வொரு குளிர்காலத்தும், இடம் மாறிப் பறவைகளான பெரும்பூநாரைகளுக்கும் சிறு நாரைகளுக்கும் இனப்பெருக்க இடம் இந்திய துணைக்கண்டமே.

    அவற்றைக்காண அருமையான சரணாலயங்கள்: ஓக்லா பறவைப் பூங்கா

    நஜாஃப்கர் ஜீல், நால் சரோவர், கிஜாதியா, நிலப்பட்டு, பிக்வான் பறவைச் சரணாலயங்கள்! இந்தியா எனும் பாரதம் பெருமை பெற்றது!


    Sewri Mudflats – Mumbai

    சேவ்ரி மட்ஃப்ளாட்ஸ்-மும்பை

    One of the original seven islands of Bombay, at the edge of South Mumbai.

    Thousand of greater and lesser flamingos visit the Sewri Mudflats during October to March and migratory birds watching is great in Mumbai.

    தெற்கு மும்பை விளிம்பதனில் முதல் ஏழு மும்பைத் தீவினுள்

    அக்டோபர் முதல் மார்ச்சுவரை ஆயிரக்கணக்கான பூநாரைகள்

    இடம்பெயர் பறவைகள் வருகைதருகின்றன; பறவைகள் தரிசனம் அருமை!;


    Thol Lake – Gujarat

    தொல் ஏரி-குஜராத்

    Thol Lake an artificial lake surrounded by marshes and is the Thol Bird Sanctuary. Attracts thousand of migratory flamingoes and Sarus crane birds and  most popular Birding place near Ahmedabad. Gandhiji’s love!

    சதுப்பு நிலம் சூழ்ந்த, செயற்கை ஏரி தொல் ஏரிப் பறவைகள் சரணாலயம்

    ஆயிரக்கணக்கான இடம்மாறி பூநாரைகளும், சரஸ் நாரைகளும் கவரப்படுகின்றன; அகமதாபாடிற்கு அருகாமை பறவை இடம்;

    அண்னல் காந்திக்கு அறிமுகமான இடம்!.  ,

    Bhigwan – Maharashtra

    பிக்வான்- மகராட்டிரம்

    Bhigwan  a small town and  called as Bharatpur of Maharashtra,

    On the border of Pune and Solapur district,. Bhigwan town has Yashwant Sagar Reservoir, forming from the backwaters of the Ujain dam and famous for flamingo bird watching place and wildlife photography in Maharashtra. Fortunate Maharashtra

    சிறுநகர் பிக்வான் மகராட்டிர பரத்பூர்

    புனே ஷோலாப்பூர் மாவட்ட எல்லையில்; அங்கே யஷ்வந்த் சாகர் நீர்த்தேக்கம்- உஜ்ஜயினீ அணைக்கட்டின் கழிவுநீரால்!;

    பூநாரைகள் பார்வைக்கு ஏற்ற இடம்; மகராட்டிரப் புகைப்படத்திற்கேற்ற இடம்.



    Jawai Dam – Rajasthan

    ஜவாய்  அணை- ராஜஸ்தான்.

    Jawai Dam  the biggest dam in the western Rajasthan and the reservoir is paradise

    For migratory birds-flamingos-during winter season. Jawai village and hills are

    Famous for huge  Indian leopards – India’s Leopard Hills.

    மேற்கு ராஜஸ்தானின் மிகப்பெரும் அணை ஜவாய் அணை- நீர்த்தேக்கம் ஒரு சொர்க்கம்! இடம்பெயர் பறவைகள்-பூநாரைகளுக்கு குளிர் காலத்தில்!

    ஜவாய் கிராமமும் குன்றுகளும்! இந்திய சிறுத்தைகளின் மிகப்பெரும் குன்று.

    With this we end this week’s Sunday story thanking Dr. Perugu Ramakrishna of Nellore for providing opportunity to write on this theme. We shall meet tomorrow and till then Bye!







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If rainy season comes can winter be far behind-modified Shelly
If winter comes can winter skin troubles be far behind-never
January Eighth today is National Winter Skin Relief Day has arrived
To  remind us of all the ways we can keep our skin from withering
Under the harshest of elements. The dropping temperatures outside
And rising thermostats inside sap the amount of moisture in the air.
Our skin is first to notice. to help us keep our skin hydrated through the winter.

When the chill sets in, let us  avoid  long, hot showers.
The heat strips skin of its natural oils  and causes inflammation.
Causing the skin cells to swell, when they dry they become loose
Like poorly grouted tiles and crack.Let us  take shorter, lukewarm showers
And use gentle cleansers. Harsh soaps with surfactants and can be harsh
On the skin. And don’t scrub! Be tender and let the water and lather do the work.

After bathing, let us pat the skin dry with a soft towel. Rubbing causes
More irritation And inflammation. With the door closed to keep the humidity in,
Let us add a moisturizer.Let us be aware and protect our skin in winter!



Mother Meera Birth Day – 26 December

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Great, holy, sacred Motherland India that is Bharat gave birth
To numerous Saints and Seers from time immemorial who with
Their nobility guided the people in all religions their service
Yesterday twenty Sixth December indeed one such great day one can’t miss!

MOTHER MEERA birth day was yesterday!Kamala Reddy born in
Nineteen Sixty an embodiment (Avatar) of the Divine Mother
Shakti or Devi.Born in Chandepally in Yadadri Bhuvanagiri
District of Telangana, she had her first samādhi, a state
Of complete spiritual absorption, at the age of six for a whole day.

When she was twelve her uncle Bulgur Venkat Reddy met her
Was convinced that the girl had appeared to him in the form of visions.
He believed that she is the Divine Mother and started to take care of her
Allowing her to unfold her inner experiences.
In Nineteen Seventy Four, Mother Meera came to  Sri Aurobindo
Ashram in Puducherry, she first met Westerners and gave Darshan.

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Indian Sufi Saint IS36*


Islam one of the noble religions of the world had  Sufi Saints
In good number to guide the religion in particular and thus
The people in general all over the world towards peace and harmony
Among those gems of Saints one was a woman Saint Hazrat Baba Jan.

Hazrat Babajan  was a Pashtun Muslim saint considered
To be a sadguru or qutub. Born in Balochistan, Afghanistan,
She lived the final twenty five years  in Pune,. notable as
The original master of Meher Baba, an Irani Indian spiritual master.
Hazrat Babajan,  named at birth Gulrukh (“Face like a Rose”)
Was the daughter of one of the ministers of the Amir of Afghanistan”.
Well-educated, she was fluent in Arabic, Persian, and Urdu,
In addition to her native Pashto. She was also a hāfiżah-  learnt
The Quran by heart. An introspective child and spiritually inclined,
From “early life she developed mystical tendencies, , she used
To pass a good deal of her time in prayers, meditation and solitude.”
Disguised in her burqa, she journeyed to Peshawar, the frontier city
At the foot of the Khyber Pass.  near Peshawar  she  came into contact
With a Hindu sadguru. Following instruction from the guru, “she went
Into seclusion in a nearby mountain outside Rawalpindi and underwent
Very severe riyazat (spiritual austerities) for nearly seventeen months.
She came down to  Punjab and stayed a few months in Multan.
It was in Multan, at her thirty seven years, she contacted a Muslim saint …
Who put end to her spiritual struggle by giving her God-realisation.”

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This week’s Sunday story in Envius Thoughts carries the VIEWER’S VIEW ON ENVIUS THOUGHTS where we have been giving the views of our regular viewer and commentator Shri OKR Sivagnanam who was my colleague in the great Public Sector Undertaking – Life Insurance Corporation of India, which I proudly served for four decades and more. Shri Sivagnanam is regular in viewing ENVIUS THOUGHTS and sharing with a review thereon on a day today basis. It is a matter of delight that he is as enthusiastic in viewing and reviewing as I am in posting! -religiously meticulous! Kindly read and enjoy this Part 26 –TWENTY SIX . Here we have covered his Reviews up to date.
O K R Sivagnanam commented on DELIGHTED HOLY VIEWER – IS 28*
I got back to the Archives of your blog, and I’m right!
You got the ‘like’ for the post made by you on August 6, from the Saint Syed Waheed Ashraf, dedicated to none other than HIMSELF under the Saints and Seers Series!
It is thus evidenced that you have the unflinching support, guidance and grace from the religious gurus -alive and from the heavenly abode- all of whom make your ENVIUS THOUGHTS a resounding success!
A nice achievement!


on November 5th WORLD TSUNAMI DAY

World Tsunami Day – your post today highlights awareness to be created to escape from its impact on all living beings!

Nature at its peril when man transgresses it for his selfish needs on this earth – Tsunami is one among the natural calamities posed as challenges to face!

A valuable lesson nature imparts through its ‘attitude’ – nature uses as little as possible of anything!

Our exploiting nature changes the original track, forcing nature to turn violent and ferocious and do the damage!

Awareness and action will provide the remedy in situations wherever we are confronted with nature’s fury!

Nice of reposting today as Sunday Story, the post titled ‘Onion is not Oxygen’, that found a place in the Open Page of The Hindu on 31st August, 2013!

In fact, the resistance we show against what are all troubling the people is not strong enough to make them convince of their concern for the society and resist from repeating it!

The will to desist from buying what is overpriced definitely will yield the desired result!

Only the people can do this to effectively deal with the issue – the government machinery can at best give the guidelines, and monitor the situation for correction!


 on BOOK LOVERS DAY November 2nd.

Nice to read your post on Book Lovers Day!

Books provide food for thought -the kind of food even taken in excess that harms not the taker with problems like indigestion!

Varieties they make available to the readers – the real feast incomparable with a feast full of mouth-watering dishes served on the plate, that satiates our fiery hunger so soon!

A large-scale provider of knowledge, learning, and understanding on subjects varied and unnumbered!

An effective tool in the wise hands of a lover that performs miracles in ecstatically spending time in private without having to disturb others!

A companion par excellence, never to part with – a sort of relationship that a hand enjoys with the glove!

A happy Book Lovers Day to all and enjoy devouring as many books as you can – without saturation!



A nice post on Rainy Days!

Elixir of life- it’s rain!

You have elaborated on its supremacy, taking Thiruvalluvar with you to drive home the point effectively!

How starving we become when rains fail us season after season!

All living beings go without food when the land becomes barren and fails to provide the food requirements!

It’s rainy season in Tamil Nadu, and people’s hope will never go shattered, thanks to the heavy pouring we are now being blessed with!


on HALLOWEEN DAY-October 31st

Your post today on Halloween Day, nicely dedicated to the departed souls!

A day to think of those who laid their lives in the cause of people!

A day to remember the religious gurus who had their preachings left for the humankind to survive!

A day to remember the dead who made a difference in our lives, directly or indirectly!

A day to recollect the past remnant with all the good deeds emanated from our well-wishers- close and distant as well!

And it’s nice that children are celebrating the occasion dressing like devils and the like to symbolise the dead, of course with fun and amusement- and it’s good that they are fittingly taught to honour the departed elders this day, possibly taking their lives as an example to emulate with!

Happy Halloween’s Day!


on WORLD STROKE DAY- October 29th

It’s most relevant that we have had a post from you on World Stroke Day today!

Stroke has mostly to do with irrelevant lifestyle habits we are accustomed to, like intake of wrong foods and lack of at least a minimum of physical work-out in our daily routine!
This aspect we can easily understand and modify accordingly to set things right!
But factors such as age and family history with stroke and other heart-related conditions are of course not our making, but this situation calls for little adjustments here and there by which we can postpone its arrival and minimize the impact!

Prevention is the key that actually is in our hands to wisely avoid the problem!



Thanks for your second post today – on Pets are Pets……!

Love and affection, and care and attention they receive at the hands of their owners is comparable with those received by the near and dear ones of their blood relatives!

How fortunate they are to continuous enjoying the affinity from their proud owners!

The degree to which this much of what we may call ‘craze’ they attract from the pet keepers is many a times evident from the pain and agony experienced due to the pet’s unfortunate demise!

Glory to the pet owners!


on GOVARDHAN PUJA- October 28th.

A nice post on Govardhan Puja today!

We are indebted to Geethopadesam for the life lessons given by Lord Krishna through Arjuna in the battlefield!

All religious texts too aim to preach people to facilitate smooth journey in their life!

It’s for us to apply the principles wherever necessary and try to mend ourselves!



தீபாவளிக் கவிதை இனிமையாக இருந்தது.




Nice to read your second part of the Festival of Lights!

The day to enlighten us on the need to give good-bye to all the NEGATIVES and welcome nothing but POSITIVES to embrace us!

Let this thought take full command and bring inner light to actually brighten the outer world!



Nice description of the Festival of Lights in Part 1!

Nice of you having brought out historic stories around this great festival called Deepawali!

A good occasion to start new things, keeping in view of all the nice incidents that go with the celebration of Deepawali!

May this festival bring peace, prosperity and happiness to all!


on WORLD POLIO DAY-24th October

Your World Polio Day post – nicely dedicated to eradication of polio from our midst!

How cruel it’s to see children incapacitated due to this deadly condition called polio, at a time when they will like to go all go out and enjoy the company of their friends through playing and rejoicing!

A great program it’s indeed that the government periodically conducts immunization camps throughout the length and breadth of the country to root out polio altogether!

Let us see a world free of polio, and children at their usual selves as usual!


on UNITED NATIONS DAY-October 24th

A nice post on United Nations Day!

A great idea behind the launch of United Nations Organization – that of unifying the nations of the world for a cause beneficial to all!

Different agendas notwithstanding, world peace is a must for the nations to carry out economic activities to better the quality of life of global population!

Integrity of member states to this organisation, federal in nature, is a precursor to the attainment of goals in the larger interest of people!

May the world leaders give a thought to this aspect and facilitate prosperity and harmony everywhere!



Nice to read your post on Environment- Clean and Clear – Part5!

A good environ around us produces a soothing effect on the quality of life we enjoy!

Filthy surroundings make one’s life miserable, and joy and happiness leaves us forever!

Lack of hygienic conditions render people’s lives second-rated- despised by all visiting the place!

Government and the people should come together in working out a suitable plan that takes care of all the nuances connected with maintenance of environment, and pave the way for a healthy life for all!



It’s nice of Part 4 of your post on Environment – Clean and Clear!

Symbolically we consume junk food and digest too to reveal our environment strewn with junk everywhere!

Is it our abilty to assimilate nature’s degradation that allows us to consider environmental problems, we are confronted wirh, a casual occurrence of no substance, requiring no intervention?

Surely it’s awareness followed by concrete action that’s going to solve this menacing issue of spoiled environment!

It at all there’s a wealth that we are going to hand over to our descendants, it’s no doubt a healthy environment!

Let us spare everything possible from our side and make environment user- friendly for all living beings!


on Police Commemoration Day-October 21st

Nice to read your post on Police Commemoration Day!

Police personnel are friends of the common people who get timely service from them!

They act in the face of difficulties and threat from the bad elements wo are responsible for violence that results in loss of peace to society!

Now, with advancement in technology there’s an increase in the number of cyber crimes, calling for specialised knowledge and ability to deal with such cases!

The sacrifices they make in maintaining law and order render them indispensable to the machinery of the government that looks after the welfare of people!

As dutiful citizens, we should lend our support to the police and make their job easy!


on MISSION SUNDAY October 20th.

A nice post on Mission Sunday as Sunday Story!

A post that reminds one of the need to serve the poor and the less privileged especially by the rich and philanthropists across the world!

A post that goes to enhance the missionary zeal of the people to take care of the people who have none to look after!

A post that emphasizes on joy and happiness, peace and prosperity that everyone is after in this life on earth!

A post that calls for readiness to make donations to a centrally – administered pool that caters to the people according to their level of genuine expectations!

A post that exhorts to eschew the sufferings and pain of humankind!

Let us shun violence and stand for peace!



A good read!

We acquire knowledge,
We learn things,
We miserably fail to practice!
That’s why environment doesn’t get our due respect and care, resulting in its degradation!
Blaming population rise is an excuse well eschewed for protection of nature as it is!

Issues confronting the environment lack our timely approach and action that makes it choke and suffocate, finding it hard to breathe naturally!

We are strangulating nature and out to bury it forgetting that humanity will be the target of attack!

We are making our own grave, and allow us dropped into it as if willingly!

Neglect of nature renders us the culprits and the victims too!

Let us be alive to the issues, and act positively to retrieve nature from the clutches of human greed!


on September 29th-WORLD HEART DAY.

A nice write-up with quotes relevant to drive home the point that heart health is a precursor to healthy life!

Wrong food habits coupled with lack of physical activity is the villain of the piece, and we have to change course to remedy the situation!

Prevention is better than cure, and so we should carefully select heart-healthy foods, avoiding too much fat and junk food which is responsible for heart diseases!

The stress and strain we create by ourselves in the course of our work schedule adds fuel to the fire, and we voluntarily aid in creating a conducive atmosphere for heart diseases to afflict us!

The problem is not about awareness on heart problems, but it’s our reluctance to follow what we are taught!

Thus we end this week’s Sunday Story and we shall see as usual tomorrow morning. Till then GOOD BYE!




















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King of Tamil poetry Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s Day is today
Born on this holy day in Eighteen Eighty Two years hundred
And thirty seven ago! I present this poem in Tamil today
In his memorial place where he lived in Triplicane Chennai.

எத்தனை கோடி இன்பம்!

இன்பமும் துன்பமும் இணைத்தே வைத்தாய்
என்றும் ஒருவர்க்கு முழுமையாய்
இன்பம் உண்டோ
துன்பமே உண்டோ?
இரண்டும் கலந்ததே இனிய வாழ்க்கை
மிரண்டு விட்டால் வாழ்வே இல்லை. (6)
இன்பம் கண்டு எகிரிக் குதிப்பதும்
துன்பம் கண்டு துவண்டு விழுதலும்
வேண்டாம் என்பதே இறைவன் கட்டளை.
கட்டளைக்குப் பணிந்தால்
நட்டமில்லை, இலாபம் உண்டு
அமைதி கிடைக்கும், மகிழ்வுண்டாகும் (12)
பெருமை சேரும், சிறுமை அகலும்.
பொறுமை வளரும், பொறாமை நீங்கும்.
எத்தனை கோடி இன்பம் வைத்தாய் இறைவா?
என்றே கேட்டான் எம் பாரதிப் பெருமான் (16)
நன்றே பாடினான் எம் சாரதிப் பெருந்தகை!
இத்தனைக் கோடி இன்பங்கள் உண்டோ
இறைவன் படைப்பில் அனைத்துமே இன்பமோ?
இயற்கையில் இன்பம், செயற்கையில் இன்பம் (20)
இன்பமும் துன்பமும் மனத்தின் விளைவே
பண்படுத்துவோம் நம் மனந்தனையே
இயற்கை தந்த இன்பங்கள் கோடியும்
கரங்களில் தவழும் என்பது உறுதியே! (24)
In English
Joys and sorrows together you have created
Will be ever totally to any one
Joys or
Life of Joys and Sorrows sweet life!
If one is afraid of there is no life at all.
Jumping with joy on joys and
Get deeply despaired on sorrows
Not needed is God’s command.
If command obeyed
No loss but gains are many.
One gets peace, happiness
Dignity sparkles, meanness exits.
Patience blossoms, jealousy exits.
“How many billions the joys Thou has created”
So asked Bharathi, king of Tamil poets.
Beautifully composed our noble Bharathi.
Are there billions of joys?
In HIS creation are all only joys?
Joy in nature Joy in action,
Joys and Sorrows making of the mind
Let us nurture our mind
Joys nature has gifted
Will be on our hands assured!

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International Anti Corruption Day-December 9th


Civilized Culture and Tremendous Tradition expect nobility
Everywhere and in every place for the joy of the society!
Doing one’s duty to the satisfaction of one’s conscience
Sure to make the individuals and the society peaceful!

Oh, My God what a degeneration and degradation witnessed today
To get the things done anywhere one has to grease the palms of others!
Warranting International Anti- Corruption Day all over the world
On Ninth December – since corruption has become Omnipresent!!

International Anti-Corruption Day  observed annually, on this day
Since the passage of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption on Thirty first  October Two thousand Three to raise public awareness for anti-Corruption; let not the society indulge in giving or  accepting.

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