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Fallen Prison Walls was written more than a decade back sitting in Ernakulam.
Walls have fallen,
prison walls have fallen,
old walls have broken,
for new walls to come up.
Broken are the barriers,
erected of bricks and mortars,
bifurcating the mortals,
as prisoners and police,
advocates and judges.
No prisoners dare escape,
taking advantage of broken…
BHARATH YATHRA MUSINGS was written at Delhi on 20-01-2001 and no newspapers dared to publish it. I am sharing this now with the Gandhi Topia members.
Atalji’s Kumarakam Musings prompted me to write this piece for what worth it is. Call it musings or whatever else, this is the expression of an insignificant citizen while the Indian Republic is just to…Continue
Ancient undivided India lived through its hundreds of thousands of villages. Even today India lives through its villages – six lakhs of inhabited villages. Early twentieth century rural population in India was 89% and it got reduced to 72% by early twenty-first century.
Indian soul and spirit are in these villages. Here survives the time-tested ancient civilization. Spirituality is kept in tact here without getting much affected by…Continue
[WHY NOT A NEW CONSTITUTION? is my contribution published in 1992, in the book "REFORMING THE CONSTITUTION" edited by Dr.Subhash C. Kashyap, Former Secretary-General of Lok Sabha. I thought it appropriate for me to share this with Gandhi Topia members. The present Indian generation of this "IT Yug" must rise up and make it possible. A change is inevitable. Values change. One has to accept this. Let the change be directed towards the best for…Continue