The Reluctant God
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The Reluctant God

The zeitgeist of now is one where one Rama has steamrolled over these millions and mine too. In the immediate aftermath of the consecration of Rama Lalla in Ayodhya on January 22, and in view of what is destined to be a catastrophic fallout in coming years for India’s democracy, political health, culture, and even Hindu religion, this short story lets my Rama speak.

Ancient Greek helmet made of bronze with decorative elements in museum in darkness
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I Miss Sparta

I miss Sparta Though born 750 years post the Magna Carta Engulfed in the humdrum of Consumerist life I long when sparkles from dories fly Hopping for groceries on my old rusty car How wonderful it would be to rein in Pegasus and fly off to adventures afar Following the same old daily routine What…

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