The poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” composed by Robert Frost in 1922 was published in his New Hampshire volume on 7th March 1923. Each verse follows an ‘a-a-b-a’ rhyme scheme except for the last verse.
So, I have been thinking of starting a series of blogs reviewing some of my favourite poetries of authors all around the world. I thought of starting of this series with my all time favourite and one of the world’s most prominent polymaths, Rabindranath Tagore.
He was the one who revived Bengali literature, music and other artforms by applying contextual modernism through his teachings and works. He was also the first non-European and 1st Indian to win a noble prize in literature in 1913 and has played an important role in the Renaissance of modern India.
4th July 1776 heralded a start of a new nation, the United States of America. This day marks the end of the colonial rule in the states and the start of the “Union of states”. Independence Days are always a reason to celebrate the country’s sovereignty, liberty and history. But did you know that the much […]
We never know where we are headed or what our final destination is, but still we weave our stories and give perfect happy endings to it. Life doesn’t always go as we want it to and somewhere along the way we lose our way.
Here’s my entry for the Daily Writing Prompt that Christine E. Ray is hosting on her blog Brave and the Reckless. The prompt for today was tittle of the children book by Eric Carie “Papa, please get me the moon”.
“Women can sail with same efficiency as male officers, and there should be no discrimination,” the Supreme Court recently said in an historic judgment ruling in favour of permanent commission for women officers in Indian Navy.
Rhythm and movement are fundamental to life. Rhythm pulsates through everything within the vast universe to an atom. It is a source of life, activity and creation. It is said that Shiva’s Tandava sets the rhythm of our cosmos. You can perceive the dance of Shiva in the movement of the sun, the moon, the stars and in the waves of the ocean.