Setu from Pittsburgh USA Published my Poem

Hindustan 07 nov 2018

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The poem laments the death of our most cherished statesman Sri Atal Bihari Bajpai, who as the leader of the opposition never missed a single chance to oppose the Government where it was necessary, but numerous are the examples where he supported it. When he became the Prime Minister, he introduced many reforms in economy and infrastructural development, privatising some government owned corporations, encouraging foreign investments, research and development and also reducing unnecessary administrative loadings. He created an atmosphere of increased competitiveness; it was his skills and honest efforts that could afford extra funding to support the information technology sector and high-tech industries; it was he who introduced deregulation of trade, investments and corporate laws; it was he who did to increase foreign capital investment and to set in motion an economic expansion; it was in his rule that India conducted five underground nuclear tests in Pokhran; it was under his bold and strong leadership that India witnessed the historic victory of Kargil war. He was awarded with the highest civilian honour, Bharat Ratna. The country has had very few the like him since Independence. We are proud of him as our immortal leader, prominent statesman, fabled poet and 10th Prime Minister.

https://www.setumag.com/2018/10/Ramesh-Chandra-Tiwari-Poetry.html

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Haapy Deewali, everyone! 

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Ram represents the axis of the whole human law and Dewali represents life and knowledge. Ramayan is not the story of a superman but a collection of codes explained with examples. Deepawali is not a festival but a divine revelation. Sanatana is precisely not a religion but Human Dharm that has lent imperatives to every religion that cannot have its identity unless it is border by a particular system of belief. Ram and Deepawali are not the parts of a religion but all religions are the parts of them and therefore they have relationship with every human being. Those who evade showing respect to them do not know the origin of humanity. Haapy Deewali, everyone!

A Touching Elegy for Our Treasured Statesman Atal Ji

Please click onto this text to open the Bilingual Journal, Setu (published from Pittsburgh USA), and read my poem that laments the death (Thursday, 16 August 2018) of our most cherished statesman Shri Atal Bihari Bajpai. The poem uses simple language and describes his political eminence, correctness and beliefs. Sri Atal Bihari Bajpai as the leader of the opposition never missed a single chance to oppose the Government where it was necessary, but numerous are the examples where he supported it. When he became the Prime Minister, he introduced many reforms in economy and infrastructural development, privatising some government owned corporations, encouraging foreign investments, research and development and also reducing unnecessary administrative loadings. He created an atmosphere of increased competitiveness; it was his skills and honest efforts that could afford extra funding to support the information technology sector and high-tech industries; it was he who introduced deregulation of trade, investments and corporate laws; it was he who did to increase foreign capital investment and to set in motion an economic expansion; it was in his rule that India conducted five underground nuclear tests in Pokhran; it was under his bold and strong leadership that India witnessed the historic victory of Kargil war. He was awarded with the highest civilian honour, Bharat Ratna. The country has had very few the like of him since Independence. We are proud of him as our immortal leader, prominent statesman, fabled poet and 10th Prime Minister.

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Sahara India Featured My Book ‘Trishna- Thirsty Wings

I owe a great deal to our dear good brother Sri Satish Srivastava (the Bureau Chief Sahara India, Bahraich), who recognized the beauty, dignity and relevance of my book ‘Trishna- Thirsty Wings’ and wrote a very suitable and pertinent report on it that featured in Sahara India today. I participated in the campaign to persuade people to vote for BJP in the 2014 elections by writing through social media. All that I had written became a large volume of articles, poems, comments etc. It later won me a NaMo Tea Cup, as an award. I have started to write postings, poems and articles on my Blog, Facebook, Twitter etc once again this year too in the effort to ensure that Sri Narendra Modi continue as the Prime Minister of India and the country be saved from impostors. During the general election of 2014, I wrote a few poems in his honour. Recently, Vishwabharati has published them in my book which is a staggering collection of 44 poems that cover a range of subjects, like: politics, nationalism, faith, humanity and love. It is an interesting book, giving a fascinating insight into PM Narendra Modi’s clean and bright character and his revolutionary ideas of development and singing some emotive love and devotional songs. The poems in this book will stimulate you to think in more depth; amuse you and also make you feel your past moving into the present and the present into the future.

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Trishna – Thirsty Wings

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I have received thirty copies of my book Trishna (Thirsty Wings) from Vishwabharati. The book is an incredible collection of 44 poems that cover a range of subjects, like: politics, nationalism, faith, humanity and love. It is an interesting book, giving a fascinating insight into PM Narendra Modi’s character and his way of work, dealing with certain individual and national issues and singing some emotive love and devotional songs. It costs Rs 249 and can be purchased by placing an order either with the publisher email: thematicspublications@gmail.com or with me email: rameshctiwari600@gmail.com

 

Relations

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Today you have one more of my short stories under the title ‘Relations’ which has just appeared in the Criterion. Have a read of it and see how we dislike sharing our belongings with anybody else: even with our own brothers or sisters. In our society, the poor love to entertain their guests but the middle and the upper classes do not because they are too possessive about their luxury items. The story unfolds against a background of rural life and then tells of how incompatibility problem prevents rural and urban life going together. It also includes a delicious love episode. And finally it ends with an emotionally charged situation.

http://www.the-criterion.com/V9/n4/Ramesh.pdf