The comment of Rajani Kanth in my last poem (Java, Caava & Cloud) “The last 4 lines is the real reason why the infrastructure collapsed. This city was never ready for so many, and the roads were never ready for their bikes/cars” tickled my muse. “Ella Aaramaa” in Kannada means “All ok?”, typically used as a greeting when we meet someone.
A creative about Bangalore as a poem “Bangalore is sexy“ Bangalore is sexy Bangalore is sexySingle with lot of drive Then traffic jam is a big orgy Bangalore is sexyCouple working in shiftsContinue your work at home Bangalore is sexyIrrespective of who you areIt is now wet everywhere Bangalore is sexyIt is all about holesManholes, Potholes and Assholes
The last few days of rains in Bangalore has proven to be a nightmare for its citizens,. Frustrated to see the slow demise of Bangalore, I personified the ‘sleeping government’ via ‘a politician sleeping peacefully inside ‘on crisp white sheets while the city is battered with a dead body of a young man that floats peacefully outside.
Two days ago democracy bled in Bangalore when Gauri an editor/journalist was shot dead. Pen they said was mightier than the sword. Sadly the gun seems mightier than the pen.“Black night it was when doorstep turned red”.
The six basic freedoms guaranteed under the Indian constitution’s Article 19 are : to freedom of speech and expression; to assemble peaceably and without arms; to form associations or unions or cooperative societies to move freely throughout the territory of India; to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India; to practice any profession, or to carry on any occupation, trade or business. On the 70th Independence Day of India, here is…
After reading Sudharshan Poondi’s post[ Road and lawn water logged; basement of the building completely flooded as a result of the late night/ early morning rains. Let us make a pledge that we shall strive for a better India. Happy Independence Day. ] my muse woke up and wrote this poem.
Riding the peaceful countryside of UK, I seemed to miss the chaos of Bangalore traffic. Written at Harlow, UK. Oh, I miss the honk Oh, I miss the jam Oh, I miss the chaos Oh, I miss the potholes Oh, I miss the dust Oh, I miss the jaywalkers Oh, I miss the humps Oh, I miss the kisses Oh, I miss the near-misses Oh, I miss the … Dear BLR traffic
“Hear no evil, talk no evil, see no evil” of The three monkeys picture can be very useful in surviving the Bangalore Traffic too !
A typical business day on Bangalore roads! It is fun commuting by cycle to work.