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A horrific truth about life

by Navneet Dhawan

Tragic loss of lives in an incident,
Revealed a horrific truth about life to me.

Just two moments ago,
I was looking towards a beautiful dawn of life,
But in those two moments itself,
Everything changed.

During the dawn of that day, all those people,
Were perhaps involved with countless of dreams,
And perhaps were thinking about their respective destinations.

But what did they know,
That a few moments later,
This journey of theirs,
Would take them forever, towards another world.

All those people were no one of mine,
But still, for reasons unknown
This one incident
Drowned me into a deep lake of sorrow,
And despite aspiring for those beautiful dawns of life,
Compelled me to face such horrific truths as well.

Really, lifes dawns are beautiful,
But at the same time such horrific truths,
Drown all of us,
Into the lake of sorrrow.

(A Poem Dedicated to the Memory of Victims of Air India Crash at Mangalore)

A horrific truth about life

by Navneet Dhawan

Tragic loss of lives in an incident,
Revealed a horrific truth about life to me.

Just two moments ago,
I was looking towards a beautiful dawn of life,
But in those two moments itself,
Everything changed.

During the dawn of that day, all those people,
Were perhaps involved with countless of dreams,
And perhaps were thinking about their respective destinations.

But what did they know,
That a few moments later,
This journey of theirs,
Would take them forever, towards another world.

All those people were no one of mine,
But still, for reasons unknown
This one incident
Drowned me into a deep lake of sorrow,
And despite aspiring for those beautiful dawns of life,
Compelled me to face such horrific truths as well.

Really, lifes dawns are beautiful,
But at the same time such horrific truths,
Drown all of us,
Into the lake of sorrrow.

My poem falters and falls

by Vivekanand Jha

I write with ink of blood

To testimonialize and give

A touch of eternity to it

But my poem falters and falls

In the poetry of the world.

I pluck words from

A flowry and ornated garden

And weave a garland of them

To adorn the world

But they trample it

Under their feet

Like they crush the stub

Of the cigarete to prevent it

From catching the fire.

I discover the words

Hidden in the unhaunted

Recess of the mind

And juxtapose them

Like an ideal couple

Of bride and bridegroom

At bridal chamber

And turn my poem on new leaf

But they tilt their stony eyes

And turn deaf ears to it.

I infuse my heart and soul

Into the poem

Thinking it would be

The best and the last of my life

But they simply say:

Since it is the beginning

You would learn by mistakes.

My poem falters and falls

Burial Ground

by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar

Star-studded sky
With blossoming blue light
Beautifying the grace
Of the flowing water
Making an eternal sound
Makes me spell-bound !

Sun-smeared sky
With flooded light
Falling on beautiful flowers,
Dews in the morning
Refreshing nature all around
Makes me spell-bound !

Cloud-cast sky
With thundering lights
Hailing the howling wind
In the patter of rains
Damping all the ground
Makes me spell-bound !

Hurt heart-sky
With pleading tears
Praying for some balms
On the wounded mind
Of hapless humanity-
A growling hound
Makes me still
In the burial ground!


Burial Ground

by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar

Star-studded sky
With blossoming blue light
Beautifying the grace
Of the flowing water
Making an eternal sound
Makes me spell-bound !

Sun-smeared sky
With flooded light
Falling on beautiful flowers,
Dews in the morning
Refreshing nature all around
Makes me spell-bound !

Cloud-cast sky
With thundering lights
Hailing the howling wind
In the patter of rains
Damping all the ground
Makes me spell-bound !

Hurt heart-sky
With pleading tears
Praying for some balms
On the wounded mind
Of hapless humanity-
A growling hound
Makes me still
In the burial ground!


Burial Ground

Revival of Triveni Sangh

The Triveni Sangh, Bihar, Patna is going to celebrate its 77th establishment day ceremony on 30th May, 2010. The venue will be in the meeting hall of Patel Seva Sangh on the Daroga Prasad Roy Road in Patna. The establishment day celebration will be covered into two sessions. The inaugural session will start at 11 AM with three members presidium. The function will be inaugurated jointly by noted author namely Shrikant and Prassana Kumar Chaudhray. Ramchandra Purve, Prem Kumar Mani, Ali Anwar, Ashish Ranjan Sinha, Dr Gorelal Yadav, Editor of Mandal Vichar Shaymal Kishore Yadav, ex MLC Usha Sahni, Dr Lalita Yadav and many more are the speakers in the session. The second session will be for all. The vision of the people will decide the future of Triveni Sangh.

The Triveni Sangh was initially founded in the year 1933 by Sardar Jagdeo Singh Yadav, Chaudhari Yadunandan Prasad Mehta and Dr Shivpujan Singh. They belonged to Yadav, Koiri and Kurmi caste respectively. After the Provincial Committee was organised, Late lamented Dasu Singh was elected the first president of the Sangh. Although the founding fathers of this organisation belonged to three castes only but the motto of the Sangh was to promote the welfare of the oppressed, repressed and suppressed class of the state of Bihar. Today Triveni Sangh includes the three oppressed classes of the people belonging to the scheduled caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

Triveni Sangh, today, is a non political organisation as against its initial days of foundation. In the years in the 3rd decade of last centuray, the Triveni Sangh involved its strenght in the Bihar provincial election of 1937 held under the Govt of India Act. Though all the Sangh s candidate were defeated by the Congress but the effort was the felt necessity of the time. Those who contested were Nandkishore Singh from Piro, Tapsi Ram Mahto from Arrah, Jadu Mahton from Gaya, Sardar Jagdeo Singh from Barh, Ramcharitra Chuarasia from Hajipur, Ganpati Mandal from North Munger, Nardeep Chandra Ghosh from South Munger and Dasu Singh from Patna.

The first literature of this organisation is traced back in 1940 when Yadu Nandan Prasad Mehta authored a book titled Triveni Sangh Ka Bigul. The booklet speaks of its aim and ambition and Programme to be executed. It also deals its relation with the Congress Party and its involvement in the war of National Independence. The declaration of the leaders were as follows: The Triveni Sangh wishes to abolish social, religious, political and economic empiricism and to establish social, religious, political and economical and scientific socialism. It wanted a self government and better governance.

The intelligentsia and activists of Bihar, mostly from SCs, STs and OBCs have decided to revive the the Triveni Sangh. The activists associated with this organisation think that today efforts are being made by several forces to dilute the unity of all backward classes by dividing them in Dalit and Maha Dalit and Backward Castes and More Backward castes. The intelligentsia associated with the Sangh feel that the Backward Community have become a prey to the policy of Divide and Rule. So they want this organisation to propagate and launch programmes for the sake of genuine awareness. Now in place of outdated Manu Smriti, the leaders of the Sangh will try to push the Mandal Smriti (Mandal Report) for the overall development of SC/ST/OBC. The Triveni Sangh says, ‘Triveni Sangh Ka Naara Hai, Bhavi Itihas Hamara Hai’, but it will be intersting to see how The Triveni Sangh contributes in making the history for the benefits of Backward Classes.

Revival of Triveni Sangh

The Triveni Sangh, Bihar, Patna is going to celebrate its 77th establishment day ceremony on 30th May, 2010. The venue will be in the meeting hall of Patel Seva Sangh on the Daroga Prasad Roy Road in Patna. The establishment day celebration will be covered into two sessions. The inaugural session will start at 11 AM with three members presidium. The function will be inaugurated jointly by noted author namely Shrikant and Prassana Kumar Chaudhray. Ramchandra Purve, Prem Kumar Mani, Ali Anwar, Ashish Ranjan Sinha, Dr Gorelal Yadav, Eidtor of Mandal Vichar Shaymal Kishore Yadav, ex MLC Usha Sahni, Dr Lalita Yadav and many more are the speakers in the session. The second session will be for all. The vision of the people will decide the future of Triveni Sangh.

The Triveni Sangh was initially founded in the year 1933 by Sardar Jagdeo Singh Yadav, Chaudhari Yadunandan Prasad Mehta and Dr Shivpujan Singh. They belonged to Yadav, Koiri and Kurmi caste respectively. After the Provincial Committee was organised, Late lamented Dasu Singh was elected the first president of the Sangh. Although the founding fathers of this organisation belonged to three castes only but the motto of the Sangh was to promote the welfare of the oppressed, repressed and suppressed class of the state of Bihar. Today Triveni Sangh includes the three oppressed classes of the people belonging to the scheduled caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

Triveni Sangh, today, is a non political organisation as against its initial days of foundation. In the years in the 3rd decade of last centuray, the Triveni Sangh involved its strenght in the Bihar provincial election of 1937 held under the Govt of India Act. Though all the Sangh s candidate were defeated by the Congress but the effort was the felt necessity of the time. Those who contested were Nandkishore Singh from Piro, Tapsi Ram Mahto from Arrah, Jadu Mahton from Gaya, Sardar Jagdeo Singh from Barh, Ramcharitra Chuarasia from Hajipur, Ganpati Mandal from North Munger, Nardeep Chandra Ghosh from South Munger and Dasu Singh from Patna.

The first literature of this organisation is traced back in 1940 when Yadu Nandan Prasad Mehta authored a book titled Triveni Sangh Ka Bigul. The booklet speaks of its aim and ambition and Programme to be executed. It also deals its relation with the Congress Party and its involvement in the war of National Independence. The declaration of the leaders were as follows: The Triveni Sangh wishes to abolish social, religious, political and economic empiricism and to establish social, religious, political and economical and scientific socialism. It wanted a self government and better governance.

The intelligentsia and activists of Bihar, mostly from SCs, STs and OBCs have decided to revive the the Triveni Sangh. The activists associated with this organisation think that today efforts are being made by several forces to dilute the unity of all backward classes by dividing them in Dalit and Maha Dalit and Backward Castes and More Backward castes. The intelligentsia associated with the Sangh feel that the Backward Community have become a prey to the policy of Divide and Rule. So they want this organisation to propagate and launch programmes for the sake of genuine awareness. Now in place of outdated Manu Smriti, the leaders of the Sangh will try to push the Mandal Smriti (Mandal Report) for the overall development of SC/ST/OBC. The Triveni Sangh says, ‘Triveni Sangh Ka Naara Hai, Bhavi Itihas Hamara Hai’, but it will be intersting to see how The Triveni Sangh contributes in making the history for the benefits of Backward Classes.

Revival of Triveni Sangh

The Triveni Sangh, Bihar, Patna is going to celebrate its 77th establishment day ceremony on 30th May, 2010. The venue will be in the meeting hall of Patel Seva Sangh on the Daroga Prasad Roy Road in Patna. The establishment day celebration will be covered into two sessions. The inaugural session will start at 11 AM with three members presidium. The function will be inaugurated jointly by noted author namely Shrikant and Prassana Kumar Chaudhray. Ramchandra Purve, Prem Kumar Mani, Ali Anwar, Ashish Ranjan Sinha, Dr Gorelal Yadav, Eidtor of Man Shaymal Kishore Yadav, ex MLC Usha Sahni, Dr Lalita Yadav and many more are the speakers in the session. The second session will be for all. The vision of the people will decide the future of Triveni Sangh.

The Triveni Sangh was initially founded in the year 1933 by Sardar Jagdeo Singh Yadav, Chaudhari Yadunandan Prasad Mehta and Dr Shivpujan Singh. They belonged to Yadav, Koiri and Kurmi caste respectively. After the Provincial Committee was organised, Late lamented Dasu Singh was elected the first president of the Sangh. Although the founding fathers of this organisation belonged to three castes only but the motto of the Sangh was to promote the welfare of the oppressed, repressed and suppressed class of the state of Bihar. Today Triveni Sangh includes the three oppressed classes of the people belonging to the scheduled caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes.

Triveni Sangh, today, is a non political organisation as against its initial days of foundation. In the years in the 3rd decade of last centuray, the Triveni Sangh involved its strenght in the Bihar provincial election of 1937 held under the Govt of India Act. Though all the Sangh s candidate were defeated by the Congress but the effort was the felt necessity of the time. Those who contested were Nandkishore Singh from Piro, Tapsi Ram Mahto from Arrah, Jadu Mahton from Gaya, Sardar Jagdeo Singh from Barh, Ramcharitra Chuarasia from Hajipur, Ganpati Mandal from North Munger, Nardeep Chandra Ghosh from South Munger and Dasu Singh from Patna.

The first literature of this organisation is traced back in 1940 when Yadu Nandan Prasad Mehta authored a book titled Triveni Sangh Ka Bigul. The booklet speaks of its aim and ambition and Programme to be executed. It also deals its relation with the Congress Party and its involvement in the war of National Independence. The declaration of the leaders were as follows: The Triveni Sangh wishes to abolish social, religious, political and economic empiricism and to establish social, religious, political and economical and scientific socialism. It wanted a self government and better governance.

The intelligentsia and activists of Bihar, mostly from SCs, STs and OBCs have decided to revive the the Triveni Sangh. The activists associated with this organisation think that today efforts are being made by several forces to dilute the unity of all backward classes by dividing them in Dalit and Maha Dalit and Backward Castes and More Backward castes. The intelligentsia associated with the Sangh feel that the Backward Community have become a prey to the policy of Divide and Rule. So they want this organisation to propagate and launch programmes for the sake of genuine awareness. Now in place of outdated Manu Smriti, the leaders of the Sangh will try to push the Mandal Smriti (Mandal Report) for the overall development of SC/ST/OBC. The Triveni Sangh says, ‘Triveni Sangh Ka Naara Hai, Bhavi Itihas Hamara Hai’, but it will be intersting to see how The Triveni Sangh contributes in making the history for the benefits of Backward Classes.

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