Babies are such an amazing gift, and becoming a parent, regardless of whether it’s for the first or sixth time, is one of the most rewarding and humbling experiences of one’s life. "A baby is a blessing. A gift from heaven above, a precious little angel to cherish and to love" Shot this while shooting … Continue reading Babies Are Beautiful
The story goes that Hanuman was sent by Rama to Ayodhya the day before Rama's arrival as prearranged with Bharat to let the residents of Ayodhya know how Sita and Rama and all Their retinue were returning. THE STORY BEHIND "DIWALI" King Dashrath ruled the rich and prosperous city of Ayodhya. He had three wives … Continue reading Diwali- The Festival of Lights
"Eyes are the windows to our souls.." They speak out emotions.. Behind the most beautiful eyes, lay secrets deeper and darker than the mysterious seas. Also, "The real voyage of discovery consists not in making new landscapes, but in having new eyes". Eyes- Our Gateway to the World What causes many of us pain is … Continue reading “Eyes” – The Wonder Marvel
Everything seemed quite Normal.. Life went on for days and years and we were so happy to be together. We couldn't imagine life apart from one another. Blissful and carefree as birds we were enjoying together, Then one fine day, that one piece of twig I was holding to fell apart. Everything went completely bleak. … Continue reading As I fall
In the Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9 Bhagavan explains: patram puspam phalam toyam yo me bhaktya prayacchati tad aham bhakty-upahrtam asnami prayatatmanah "If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit a water, I will accept it." One who loves Krsna will give Him whatever He wants, and he … Continue reading Offering Whatever Little We Have
The self (soul, jiva, atma) is beginning less and endless. All selves coexist eternally with the supreme self, Krishna. We're His inseparable parts; He has always existed, and so have we. Our natural home is with Krishna in the spiritual world, where everything and everyone is permanent, enlightened with knowledge, and full of perfect happiness. … Continue reading When Krishna Becomes Out of Focus
They say "A pessimist sees a difficulty in every opportunity but an optimist sees an opportunity in every difficulty" We find so many reasons to complain in our life and the list is endless Even after having been blessed with beautiful pair of eyes to see ears to listen and the whole life. We never … Continue reading “Fault Finding” – A Disease
Sad news !!! And it's an accident, In a tragic turn of events. We lost 80 devotees who were on their way to the Muktinath temple at the foot of the Thorong La pass in the Himalayas in a fatal air crash. The event dates back to 2012. So many of you might be wondering … Continue reading Tragedies in Life- How to accept it?
As I was entering the temple hall of the sprawling Radha-Vrindavan Chandra Mandir, ISKCON NVCC, Pune... It was 4:30 am in the morning. Something struck my eyes.. It was a small child (may be around 5-6 yrs) running hither tither... I saw his eyes filled with innocence and so much anxiety to see the Lord … Continue reading The Reflections of a Devotee
It was a fine summer Day.. I went out with our team searching for the best setting to get our shots.. Searching and Searching we all felt exhausted.. Suddenly I stumbled upon a miracle. We found out what all we were searching all through the morning. It was a abandoned villa decorated with cobwebs and … Continue reading After a Day’s Hard Work…
Independence Day annually celebrated on August 15th every year..commemorating the nation's independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947, the UK Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947 transferring legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly. Independence coincided with the partition of India, in which the British India was divided along religious lines into … Continue reading Independence Day it is..
They say.... "When Life gives you rainy days...wear cute boots and jump into the puddle...." And it was a day full of shoots and I was out with my gear to get the best of the rainy weather... It was all about kissing the smell of the Soil and Enjoying the Day out....!!!!
There was once a great devotee of Lord Ramachandra named Raghu Dasa. He lived in Puri under a big umbrella near the Lion Gate of the Jagannath temple. Once when he went to see Lord Jagannath he saw Rama, Lakshmana, and Sita on Jagannath’s altar. From that day on he was convinced that Lord Jagannath was … Continue reading Lord Jagannath – The Saviour of the Devotees