Archive for May, 2007

Poetic Abhisarika

May 30, 2007

In continuation of my promotion of Telugu blogs, today I am going to introduce an unusual blog in Telugu. The speciality of this blogger is, she collects good pictures, which are annexed along with her poems. The paintings and poems complement each other.

http://abhisaarika.blogspot.com/

మనఃస్పందన

నీకై నా నిరీక్షణ..నీదే నా ఆలోచన.

అభిసారిక

About Me

Just me 🙂

The webdesign of her blog is simple and pleasant. I give below a sample of her blogs to know her style of design and presentation.

ఓ స్పందన..


పడమటి వర్షం
ఆకాశం గొంతులో పల్లవిస్తుంటే
పరవశపు హర్షం
గుండె గొంతును తడుతుంది !

posted by అభిసారిక @ 9:00 AM 4 comments

4 Comments:

At 3:43 PM EDT, Vissu said…
Hmm.. chaala bavundi mee kavitha!

At 9:14 AM EDT, శ్రీనివాసరాజు said…
ఉన్నవి..నాలుగులైన్లు కావచ్చు. కానీ..ఆ బొమ్మలోని..భావాలు..అనంతం..

At 10:39 AM EDT, chaitanya said…
simple and sweet 🙂

At 1:08 AM EDT, శ్రీనివాస said…
కాన్వాసుపై చిత్రం కవితలోని భావం ఒకదాన్ని మించి మరొకటి మనసుని హత్తుకుంటున్నాయి. .

Recommended to explore this blog, for you; at your leisure.

Published earlier in biosymphony on Fri, 7 Jul 2006

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Telugu Bloggers: Smt Swathikumari

May 25, 2007
With the intention of promoting more people to write their blogs in Telugu, today I am going to introduce Smt Swathikumari’s blog. Open this mail in Internet Explorer browser.

kalhara

Myriad of musings

Name: Swathikumari.

Location: Hyderabad, India.

Profession: Chartered Accountant

Hobbies: Reading fiction, poetry, personality centred books,

             కవితలు వ్రాయటం

             visiting telugu blogs

group: http://groups.google.com/group/sahityam/

I don’t know the exact meaning of Kalhara but the meaning of Kalharamu is red lilly in  a pond. Myriad means

  1. Constituting a very large, indefinite number; innumerable: the myriad fish in the ocean.
  2. Composed of numerous diverse elements or facets: the myriad life of the metropolis.

Or Myriad simply means Stray Thoughts.

This blogger is capable of expresseing her views on various diverse matters, in a racy style. I give below an article from her blog. This article though written in prose but feels like a poem; may be because of her high electric thought.

http://swathikumari.wordpress.com/

నిన్న రాత్రి

June 28th, 2006

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అర్ధరాత్రి అవుతుందని పడుకోబోతుండగా ఎందుకో కీట్స్ గుర్తొస్తాడు. జీవితం చిన్నది అనుకోగానే నిన్ను చూడాలనిపిస్తుంది. కొన్ని గంటలేగా అయింది అంటావ్.. నేను మాత్రం ఏం చెయ్యను ఉన్నట్టుండి అలా అనిపిస్తే. డైరీ మూసి, పక్క సర్దుకుని, గోళ్ళు గిల్లుకుని, పైకప్పుని చూసి ఎన్ని చేసినా ఈ కన్నీళ్ళు చెప్పా పెట్టకుండా ఎక్కడో రాలి పడతాయి.
ప్రతీ రాత్రీ రేప్పొద్దున నిన్ను చూడ్డం కోసం కళ్ళు మూసేసి, ఆలోచనల్ని ఆపేసి, కలల్ని కవితల్ని దాటేసి..
ఏంటి ఏమీ అర్ధం కాలేదా? అందుకే అనేది మొద్దు అని
ఉక్రోషమా సంతోషమా..
మాట్లాడకుండా ఇలా ఎందుకు రాస్తావ్ అంటే గొంతుకేదో అడ్డుగా ఉంటే ఏం మాట్లాడను!!

Posted by swathikumari Filed in పోస్ట్ బాక్స్

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Now open this mail in Firefox browser

The same article  opens in Firefox with full of howlers.The article appears with lot of spelling mistakes, making the article totally unreadable and uninteresting. I do not know where the problem lies? One thing is clear. If the writer used Lekhini for her blog, this software and Firefox are not compatible.Now it appears that  Lekhini is getting popular, among bloggers.It’s Help section is still in preparation. Telugu words are complex and help section will be of vital importance for new bloggers. Let us be optimistic that the developers of Lekhini will add Help sooner. New Telugu bloggers-Write in your experiences with Lekhini- good or bad to Veeven.  http://veeven.com  Incase you are not familiar with Lekhini, check for it at  http://lekhini.org/ , which I liked, for your info.

Silence and words

March 3rd, 2006

Are you ready to agree when somebody says “Silence conveys
more than words”; particularly in this communication era? Huh! Right, a hesitation
may creep into your mind before responding affirmatively.

Words are very important practically in any real life situation. They serve you a lot many purposes when used carefully. Meager the chance a boss allows to speak out more disgruntled an employee becomes. Unexpressed or suppressed grief adds to the stress inside. A 1997 Journal of Abnormal Psychology study reported that not expressing feelings impacts our health and longevity. A spoken word takes the burden off your heart; makes you feel lighter. Can’t believe? Ask a guy who has just expressed his love to the
lady he adores; a person who owned up his mistake.

Speech is a great thing. Well, we admire silver; what about gold then? At times we find silence as the faithful servant. Knowing when to remain silent is a virtue. Keeping one’s self composed preserves integrity in times of confusion and adversity. There are highly sensitive situations where words used out of emotion or misunderstanding may sometimes ruin good relationships or may endanger one’s self esteem. Practicing silence coupled with thought and analysis in moments of anger helps you understand the real situation; to have control over the fluctuating levels of blood pressure.

What all it takes for effective communication is a rightly paused speech where words and
silence are equally important. All depends on the discretion as to when to use what.

– Swathi

http://www.shvoong.com/humanities/116368-silence-words/

Posted by swathikumari Filed in Expressions Both her Telugu and English blogs are recommended for you to explore.

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