Posts tagged ‘india’

October 17, 2013

Light Up Rural India !

by Darshan Gajara

We all are aware of the saying “Let there be Light”. Yes, as soon as the Sun goes down, there comes the danger of darkness. Light is the basic necessity of each Household. Imagine your Evening and Nights without the Lights. Yeah, I know that one can’t even imagine about this. But there are people in our very own Rural Areas of India, who not only have to imagine but also suffer from this Light Shortage. Their most basic activities at the home can’t be met with the need. In order to fight this obstacle, here is this Initiative “Light Up Rural India”. This is supposed to be achieved by distribution of Solar Lanterns which are eco as well as cost friendly.

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June 25, 2013

Tweet Inspired Poem3

by Apurva
June 25, 2013

Perks of an Indian Train Journey

by Apurva

You step out of the house,

wondering why the hell on earth,

you chose to go by train,

when of planes, there was no dearth!

You then remind yourself,

At least it’s air-conditioned,

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What if it takes

a day and half to reach your destination!

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June 25, 2013

Tweet Inspired Poem 2

by Apurva

Mother dies, delivers ‘normal baby’, then comes back to life timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/Mothe… — Times of India (@timesofindia) May 26, 2013

 
Dedicated to
the innumerable mothers
who love their children unconditionally
and to the children who are fortunate enough
to receive it!

Her heart stopped beating,

she was all but dead,

There was not a glimmer of hope,

was what they said.

She was pregnant too,

and her baby was due,

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June 25, 2013

Tweet Inspired Poem

by Apurva

An #inspiring story about two extraordinary lives, joined together in one extraordinary wedding! thebetterindia.com/7123/a-wedding… #Heroes

— The Better India (@thebetterindia) May 9, 2013

 
 
Some get married for love,
some do so for family,
but they married for a cause,
so noble and eleemosynary!
 
 

It all started when the girl,

set eyes on a six months baby,

abandoned by a teenage mother,

who was an HIV +ve lady.

The tiny tot wasn’t infected,

all she needed was a home,

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June 14, 2013

Manoeuvring a Mumbai Marketplace

by Apurva
 
Going to shop
in a bustling marketplace
is a lot like going to war…
You won’t get what you want
without a scrape or fight..
 
But,
it is entertaining,
even humorous..
in hindsight!
 

Hawkers on your left,

Hawkers on your right,

Poor old footpaths..

nowhere in sight!

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April 9, 2013

Streets of India

by Venkat

Skyscrapers glossy, the village dust

Hollow sounds of an empty stomach

Burgers, fried chickens, bellies to burst

Half naked juveniles, ill-fated luck

Mammoth cine hoardings standing tall

Sleeping beggar with a ragged bowl

Monies pouring in for a new mall

Pot holed roads, people crying foul

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