Y is for YoUniverse: Day-25

From your point of view, You are the center of this universe.
Everything in this world revolve around you in a full circle.

Your state of mind, consciousness and peace stays in control
depending upon the way you maintain your spiritual energies.

Your body is Yang and everything that exists outside is Yin.
Both are connected by a mysterious force which keeps them intact.

There is a flow of food, information and air through this cycle,
1 seed of change is in heart of Yang & other is in way you perceive yin.

The 7 life chakras of yours contribute the flow of energies and happiness.
Strengthen these chakras and save your universe from being unstable.

Only your thoughts attract things in life, so always keep them positive.
There is only one rhythm that runs life, that’s why we call it Uni-verse.

You are one of the ripple flowing with life,
which generated many billions of years ago.
Everything flowing in this universe is also
flowing inside you, as you are the YoUniverse.


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This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 25 and it is on the letter ‘Y’. ‘Y’ is for the YoUniverse. Everything flowing in universe is also flowing inside you.


Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Have a good weekend. Just one letter to go.

I don’t know why the comments which I made on some of the other blogs are not showing up in the comments section. I think this is a technical issue. Once check spam folder and if you have my comments in them, please inform me. Thanks.:)

S is for Seasons of life: Day-19

“The emotions we express are the seasons of heart, seasons of life. Don’t pollute them. Save Earth. Save Hearts.”

We are made of magnetic hearts. They attract feelings depending upon the compositions of emotions in them. They attract happiness, curiosity, anxiety, insecurity, craziness, creativity etc depending upon the state of mind. With our mind state, the seasons (emotions) of hearts are decided. We are never attracted to the same things with same feelings even though the compositions and situations are same in both cases. Just like seasons. There are many external factors involved. Don’t search for them. Be confident and always keep your state of mind cool and calm.

They are locked in the chambers of heart, each chamber holding a different set of pre-defined statements. Some of them include ‘laws of attraction according to state of mind’ and ‘Different compositions of emotions and their magnetic effects’. Don’t think with heart. Just feel with your heart.

The happiness, the anxiety, the curiosity, the love, success, failure etc. Enjoy them. They are seasons of Heart. Similar to Summer, Winter and monsoon being the seasons of nature. Don’t spoil these seasons. Else natural disasters may occur. And even don’t play hard with Heart, these magnetic hearts may lose their Magnetic properties. Be cautious. Enjoy the seasons. Because they are seasons of life. Even when you fail, keep working towards your goal because this season will change and you will gain success depending on your hard work.


Image Source: Brainy quote

This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 19 and it is on the letter ‘S’. ‘S’ is for Seasons of life. We have to appreciate them.


Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Have a good and happy weekend. Take care.

Q is for Quotations: Day-17

Words written in between the Quotations ask us for special attention and tell us that they are special. Quotes are the short forms of words which spread the message of quality over quantity. In only few words we can go very deep with the concept and relate to them easily. I think they heal the wounds of thoughts quickly. Dictionary defines quotes as the ‘repeat or copy out (words from a text or speech written or spoken by another person).’ But I would like to share few of my own quotes ( don’t know whether I can call them like that) here.

“If you think you have achieved enough for yourself, it’s time to achieve for others.”

“There is no short cut to success, it is just that sometimes you have to take the longer path.”

“Not  everyone in the world is there to hold you with their fingers, some are waiting to hold you with their sharp nails. Be careful.”

“Don’t plan life for years, it may change in seconds. Instead plan your life in seconds such that it becomes be useful for years.”

“You can draw inspiration from others, but at the end you have to paint it by yourself in your life.”

“Only what you eat with your mouth reaches the stomach. So control your mouth well.”

“Make your immune system resistive to negative thoughts.”

“Our world is full of Love and Power. Love with wrong intentions and Power in wrong hands.”

“We all are tied with the invisible ropes of love and trust in our life. Be careful with your two-lipped scissors.”

“Life is a disease for which we have to find a cure.” (This quote is the first one I ever wrote. I wrote it in my friend’s slam book in 10th class.)


Image source: Haiku Deck

( I love quotes written by Maya. They are very inspiring. )

This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 17 and it is on the letter ‘Q’. ‘Q’ is for Quotations. They heal our mind quickly.


Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Keep reading quotes and also keep framing quotes. The happiness of framing quotes cannot be expressed in words. Have a good week ahead.

B is for Balance: Day-2

“Balancing is not just the act of weighing or measuring things to bring them to a equilibrium, it is an act of valuing and justifying things to bring out happiness from them.”

Have you ever thought on balancing? I mean not about balancing a pencil on your nose, or a stick on your hand or an apple on your head. I am talking about life. Balancing our life. It is known that just because there is perfect balance among nature, elements, gravity and climate on our Earth, we are able to live on this. Life is all about the balance. Equilibrium.


Image source: Picture Quotes

Balancing life is just not balancing two different entities or things. Balancing life is a multi-balance technique which requires determination and effort from the person who is at the balancing hot-seat. There are many entities which we have to balance and all at once. Never easy. Balancing life is not as simple as balancing a balance sheet as in Accounts or balancing equations as in chemistry. Chemistry is tough, isn’t it? Balancing life is more complex. We have to balance things in our life just by guessing their weights. It is like balancing a stick in your hands by walking not on a rope, but on an ocean decorated with stones resting on it in a zigzag manner. Each stone stands for the entity you have to balance and if you fail to balance, you will go with the flow and drown. It is difficult to weigh things with our eyes.

That’s the reason why most of the people are unsatisfied with their lives. We guess weights of entities just by seeing their appearances rather than their nature. We balance the things with wrong weights and it disturbs the balance of our life and makes us stressful and frustrated. We hate entities for that reason and blame them saying it is unlucky for me, it ruined my life, life is not satisfying, life is monotonous. In one line, the root of all these things is that there is no balance in our life. You may have balanced the entities correctly but with their weights which you have assumed were wrong. That’s why there was no balance. So there is no way we can balance these entities?

Or is there an another way out? So what if we can’t weight the elements in our life to balance them, at least we can know their values in our life. We can value entities by our heart, which have room for 4 weighing pans. Heart measures values not weights. Balance them. Values may or may not be numerical. They are varying in nature. For example, Mr. X got 90, 80, 70, 60 in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Sanskrit respectively. (No, not my marks). Just because he got higher marks in maths should he concentrate much on Maths? Or rather he should concentrate on Sanskrit? See, here we make a mistake. We try to make the most of what we have in higher value ignoring the things with lower values. Thus we disturb the balance.

Now you may say marks are values then how to get values of entities? Ask your heart. It is the balancing machine. It perfectly knows what you have in excess and what you lack. But it will never tell you. You should seek for it. Do what your tells you to do. We all know what we are strong at and weak at. We just don’t wanna show. But improve in veil. You don’t have to prove anyone. Get stronger. Get better. Live life large scale. But careful to balance what you do. Balance is the key for satisfaction. Balance your activities in order to meet your living style. Physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, morally and spiritually balance your life perfectly. Keep up to the things in which you are strong and improve on the things which you lack but need them the most. Balance the equation. Grab the satisfaction.

This is my post for day 2 of A to Z challenge on letter B. B is for #Balance. Balance your life well.


Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it? Sign up and get your heads high for this challenge. Time is ticking, last day of signing up is 4th of April.

Tomorrow is the resting day for this challenge as it is Sunday. Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend. Make this month awesome.

Being happy for no reason

“If we start searching for a reason to feel happy, then our brain will get used to feel sad by default when there is no reason to feel happy about, which is not good. So start feeling happy for no reason.” – Jackie Jain

After a long time, I stepped back on the land of Earth,
All I saw was cleaner roads but brains were full of Dirt.

Once upon a time, people used to have lot of respect and self-worth.
Now don’t know why people worry so much from the moment they take birth.

Life here was perfect and full of satisfaction when I last saw this place.
Now I see everyone is just running for power and fame in a bloody race.

People surely have stepped up rapidly in technology.
But they have quickly stepped down in humanity.

Many of the humans have seen me coming down,
But still no one came to offer me my crown.

I heard hearts were breaking, minds were screaming.
But still hands were working and pockets were filling.

There is a massive moral breakdown in society.
Without faith in hearts people here are praying to deity.

My friend Love, who once used to rule this beautiful land.
His photo is now placed in hearts decorated by a garland.

The new ruler who rules mercilessly and without compassion, is Money.
He is the destroyer and people still let him rule happily. Isn’t it funny?

I felt sad and was about to leave this land which is now not more than a mess.
But just then, I finally heard someone calling me by my name, ‘Happiness, Happiness’.

That 6 year old baby in a moment stole my heart,
This is the only category which showcases my art.

*Then in few seconds,
Happiness just ascends.*

“Don’t feel happy only when you have a reason. Feel happy even when you don’t have a reason to feel happy. Because happiness may come back anytime. We shouldn’t disappoint him once again.”


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Thanks for reading. Have a beautiful week ahead.

The ancient History and science in it- from the lens of my recent travel experience

So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. – Genesis 1:27

So I am occupied with the concept of our Ancient History and our origin recently. Not for the first time though, but for surely for the first time in 2016. I often time travel my thoughts back to those days when our civilization was still in its initial phase. How step by step we transformed ourselves and gained knowledge from and about our environment. But still I always doubt our origin and our purpose! Okay, let me be clear why all these things are now echoing in my brain. Actually I visited an Ancient temple with my family last week. The temple is near to Samalkot, East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, South India.  I was amazed by the serene beauty the temple offered, but was shocked when the Pandit of the temple told that this temple was built around 9000 years ago. I was like, come again?! It is a Vishnu temple as said by the Pandit. He gave us a pamphlet and this is how he described the temple’s history to us.

Once upon a time there was a deep forest named Keekaranyam. A child named Dhruva lived there. He was the son of the king of that place. The mother of Dhruv was Suneeta. Dhruv’s step mother was against the decision of Dhruv becoming the king. Once Suneeta called Dhruv and told “You are meant to become the King and rule the kingdom in a great manner. For that you have to pray and perform austerity to Lord Maha Vishnu and get his blessings. With his blessings you will become the king. So start praying to him.”

By listening to this, Dhruv moved to Muni Sandilya ashram. Muni knowing Dhruv’s mind, called Dhruv. Then muni told Dhruv that “My son, You start praying to the divine form of Lord Vishnu. Perform Austerity to him. He will appear and fulfill your wish.” Then Dhruv started praying to Lord Vishnu. After some period, impressed by the prayers of Dhruv, Lord Vishnu appeared in front of Dhruv. But by seeing the divine and shining light of Lord Vishnu, Dhruv being a child got frightened. Seeing this Lord Vishnu spoke, “Son, Why are you afraid? I am in you. I am the same size as yours. Don’t worry” and saying this he reduced the intensity of his light and appeared in the form same as Dhruv’s height. Then he pressed the cheeks of the child, blessed him and turned into a statue. So because of this incidence, this statue is also called Shrungara Vallabha Swamy. It is also referred by the name “Tholi Tirupati”, which literally means “First Tirupati”. It is said that it was the first ever statue form of Lord Vishnu. Even some celebrities have visited this place and this temple was of great importance. Some of them include RudramaDevi, Vikramaarkulu and Queen Victoria. And Queen Victoria said that when her husband saw the statue, it appeared as 6 feet to him as he was 6 feet. It is also often said that the statue appears same the height of the viewer. Later idols of goddess Lakshmi Devi and Bhudevi were installed near the idol of Lord Vishnu. I too observed the statue as my height. But for that we have to stand at a distance. When I saw it from the place from where it is said to be seen, it appeared as if the ground is slightly sloped or at an angle, which made our point of view coincide with the statue’s place appearing to us as the same height.

When the Pandit finished his description I was in that place but my imagination has reached the sky. I mean to the stars. When he mentioned the name Dhruv, the first thing that came in my mind was Dhruva taara story which translates as Dhruva star. The story which we learned as children and were fascinated about the story. The story goes like this, Dhruv wanted to be seen by everyone in the world, so God converted him into a star, the brightest star! And also this history mentions that Dhruv got frightened with the divine light of Lord Vishnu. Who knows this may be same Dhruv, just imagining.  Who knows he may have diverted from his wish and desired to be a star. Let your thoughts wander just as mine did.

But what happened next was the real wonder. When I saw the surroundings of the temple, I was like Oh My! It was mystical. Beautiful carvings, unreadable scriptures, some amazing sculptures and what not! It seemed as if I have stepped into an another world. There were many carvings which appeared to me strange. There was a well on the left side of the backyard and it is believed that couples who don’t have children can get blessed with a child if they bath with this water. Amazing! But one scene which left me wondering was an area which resembled like a Dam. Don’t get me wrong but it is my honest opinion on this. You can see the resemblance below in the pics. It means this could be the oldest dam in the world or may be not. There are dozens of pillars with some unreadable scriptures on them. I tried to use my intelligent mind here but all attempts went futile. I just took a pic of one of them and kept it for future use. Then I saw the Dhwaja Stambam of the temple which honestly appeared strange to me. This was quite different than what I saw in other temples. This had some horizontal lines at regular intervals which looked like stages of a rocket launch. I touched many of the carvings of the temple but it felt like they were made of some different material. There were many small statues which looked strange to me. And there was also a ventilator to the left extreme left corner of the temple. And coming to the statue of Lord Vishnu aided by his two wives, was so bright and in a smiling posture. Pandit opposed me when I was about to take the photo. The shanka and Chakra were on the opposite sides when compared to the regular idols of Vishnu. For one moment I imagined shanka as the sound generator when the engine starts or blows horns and Chakra as the wheel or steering handle. That adventurous visit to the temple was amazing and mystical. Some parts of the temple were modernized though for convenience.

But when I came home I wanted to know more about this temple. We visited this temple as my father’s friend told my father about it. I searched it on internet and got little information, though I found myself landing into a new different world of a show called Ancient Aliens. First I started laughing and then slowly my laugh disappeared. My eye brows got raised. I moved near to the screen. That one dialogue was enough, “Are we the Sons of Aliens? Do Aliens landed on Earth and taught us about the science they knew about? Were they more developed than us then? Were they the one, who opened the knowledge gate for us and transformed our evolution process? Do we speak their language?” These questions from videos of Ancient Aliens made me mad. There have been wide spread belief that Gods came from heaven, from the sky! Any bells? Even in Ramayana and Mahabharata there are mentioning of wars that were fought in air. Do they knew how to fly? There are many evidences that the Gods used to travels in flying chariots and Gods had vahanas, which means vehicles. Or they had the knowledge of flying vehicles using which they fought wars. Even Sanjaya from Mahabharata used to see the war proceedings by sitting in the palace itself. They had cameras and transmitters? Devanagari is known to be language from which all languages were made. And Devanagari was the language of Gods. Again I wondered of them. I don’t know to what extent their sayings are true, but they have definitely given me something to ponder upon. I am not saying they are completely true about their words. I also believe in existence of God. There are many edges which are not clear about our ancient culture and origin of humans. We are unaware of our purpose of existence. We were imparted the knowledge of sciences by Gods. Or they were, you say. Just leaving it to your own imagination. Much of the ancient science is hidden under the land of Earth! The science treasure.

I am also a religious person. But I do not follow any one religion, even though being a Hindu. All religions are one and came from the same source. The creators of World. The God. We all are his sons and daughters. No use of fighting for religions and going oblique from their very purpose of formations. Every religion teaches Peace and love. We all are here for a short period and we have to make our life worth-living. People have found money as the base and keep running for it in the opposite direction from their true purpose of their existence. We have to step in our minds and search for our purpose and our origin. Who knows the purpose is waiting for us to be discovered.

And concluding this with one more thing I observed, recently they said that the waves radiated by the Sun make a sound which resembles like “Aum”. Aum is also the most divine sound and all the audible sounds belongs to the space between the mouth beginning from the root of the tongue to the end of the lips. So Aum is the supreme divine sound. And who are we? hUMans! I think you clearly got what I am trying to say here.

So here are some pics I have taken during that temple visit, not a photographer though. The temple which made made think about our existence once again, about humanity, truth and purpose. From yesterday evening I am completely involved in this concept and can’t stop my imagination and unable to limit it. Just hoping to land back on the land of reality from land of imagination with expressing them in words. Thanks for reading.

Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati
Tholi Tirupati