Triveni Journal

1927 | 11,233,916 words

Triveni is a journal dedicated to ancient Indian culture, history, philosophy, art, spirituality, music and all sorts of literature. Triveni was founded at Madras in 1927 and since that time various authors have donated their creativity in the form of articles, covering many aspects of public life....

Dancing Devil

V. Rama Rao

In the Wee hours
On my morning walk
Near Rajghat
I heard somebody calling
Shanti!… Shanti!…

Walked a while
Again Shanti! Shanti!…
Same known voice
It’s Mahatma!?
Wondering I asked him
Why are you calling Shanti? Bapu?…
Where is Shanti!? Oh! Mahatma?
That’s why I am calling Shanti,
Bapu replied:

Wherever you see
Only bloodsheds
Dividing India, Splitting into pieces
In the name of racisms, religionisms
How do you expect peace for my Athma?
Whenever delegates, Politicians
Put wreaths on my Samadhi
I’m feeling the floral pricks
Rather than fragrance
Hoping for united India
Thought future India’ll be shining bright
My dreams haven’t come true
That’s why I’m crying for peace.

Poor Bapu!
Where is Shanti?…
It’s “Ashanti!”
Now a dancing devil
On our Mahabharattc "DANCING DEVIL"

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