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The void of incompleteness,

Urge to nibble on the edge,

Pursuance sneaks to triumph over,

By paralyzing the hype of pondering,

Retrieve the deeply seated intelligence,

Through the conjunction between the body and mind complex,

There exists the awareness globe “I” for its ever illuminating vigor and pan-sophist traits!

@vishnupria

No matter what illness and wellness is endured by those who have experienced the taste of various pains. And this is what Porochista Khakpour has offered in her memoir sorts which is penned as a proclamation containing the detail of the suffering, questioning the diagnosis and its further prognosis. There are many resonating scenes that shines through the value of maneuvering and never disposed from sharing the introspection. ‘Sick’ is less sickening and more of a bruising fact sheet, an indeed a great booster.

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Depression and anxiety are a conjoined term which many suffer and yet has not attained its true recognition. Matt having an exposure to the illness gave his inputs that can be called as a true memoir. Being a social phobic, anxious feel is engraved deeply which cannot be erased with just positive rain of words. There must be a continuous pattern of good thinking, reflections to make it work. So, this is what Matt has put forward in this book and I feel he has aced it. After “The midnight library, ” I chose this book to try and did not make me susceptible to mediocre views, except being open minded with what is serviceable. I think this book needs to be in every school library and hope it transforms the lives of vulnerable fellow beings. Kindly acknowledge its impertinence and enriched to reach as many as possible. This statement is interesting – “To panic without a reason that’s madness. To panic with a reason that’s sanity” 🙂

Breathe in the hold,

Focus on the expansion and contraction,

Check the impulse of eternal robustness,

While space discover within one self,

The ever presence omniscient existence,

Away from its reflected prefixes,

Pave ways for a peaceful banters,

Thus erodes the egoistical identity “I” in the flame of spiritual wisdom.

@vishnupria

Nano Thoughts

The darkness is encapsulated within cosmic space,

Many sheltered inside the infinite place,

Quenched to reciprocate from your gaze,

Lightning echoes through the maze,

Seizes the seeker of mortal face,

Into the mysterious black hole glaze!

@vishnupria

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The potential of Ashwamedha sacrifice and its iconic ritual associated with the process are discussed in this book. Little background on the author, Subhash Kak works as a professor at Louisiana State University and exponent of Vedic philosophy. Well, here the rites are represented as a symbolic form rather than vague descriptions. Its connection between the transcendence of the sun and the king entwined by the lord’s source of energy. This further adds up the spiritual cause that stands apart in the ladder of consensus. Either way the scriptural connoisseur may find the reference solid and deviant according to their inquiry. But the explanation of the building of an altar and astronomical relations displays the amount of research done by the author and is highly laudable. From the setting of bricks on the altar to diagrams of sacrificial placement are finely depicted in this book. However, I do not wish to concise, every detail, as it will lose the charm of the book, but I can assure you that will keep you insightful. Not many have written about this unique Ashwamedha Yagna (A ritual sacrifice) but admirable for the author to have invested time to articulate the facts and deserves diligence for his valuable inputs. I truly appreciate and highly recommend this book.

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Let me alert my inefficiency in analysis of the value Pi but am honored to share what mathematical genius have to say about it. The following pioneers Archimedes, Euclid, Ferdinand, Ahmes, Ptolemy, Maimonides, Fibonacci, Srinivasa Ramanujam acumen were highly regarded on this book. Ferdinand defined it as a type of non rational number called transcendental number and Archimedes requested that his tombstone be decorated with a sphere and inscribe the Pi detail on it. Some historical facts will baffle the findings of this mysterious number such as its presence in the Old Testament of the Bible and Jewish philosopher Maimonides describe its ratio of the circle diameter to its circumference as unknown origin and so on. Fibonacci was the first to introduce a Hindu number system followed by Srinivasa Ramanujam who established several formulas for calculating the value of Pi and had to wait for the advent of computer to configure its complexity. Do you know March14th is celebrated as a Pi day in the USA and for more details check on this source – Http://www.exploratorium.edu/pi. And many have phrased poems on this number which is amusing to me, perhaps to do with the way it is treated. I am sharing Ramanujam message which I find truly humbled and shows his passion for the Mathematics subject. When a meager person like me can find some solace from this book, then,imagine what it could do with the Math erudite. It is informative and engaging, highly recommended read.

Buy Where the Mountain Meets the Moon Book Online at Low Prices in India |  Where the Mountain Meets the Moon Reviews & Ratings - Amazon.in

I have read very few books in fantasy section not because I am displeased, but my focus on it makes it too striving. This book is so blessed by its empirical nature of morality and glitters value of life like a piece of cake. The story is about a daughter heading to find answers for her poverty state from an old man who is gifted to change fortunes. Along the journey she befriends a dragon, small boy and some more characters that teach lessons while her perception slowly reveal the reality of her misconceptions. This statement speaks concisely to what I feel -“Fortune was not a house full of gold and jade, but something much more. Something which already have and did not need to change”. Overall a satisfying read with lots of embedded stories on offer.

Living with the Himalayan Masters by Swami Rama

I have come across this book on several occasions in the book shop’s but my interest was laid aside at that time. And here am trying to brood over missing such a rare commodity earlier. This runs as an upliftment memoir of an ascetic code of conduct, existence and its pursuance. From microcosmic to the macro level of spirituality is explained in the layman language. I find Swami Rama’s point of views pensively accompanied by his true quest for wisdom. 🙏

Nano Thoughts

The bombardment of cell signal for a hurting partner,

joins the nuclei of the membrane by lever,

sensory trapped inside the inner core,

beg for the release of monster roar,

vigorous tests endured its gear,

hmm gestures never ending fear,

at last cost an arm and leg to clear you

unannounced and unbearable pain!

@vishnupria