Positive Sanskrit Sentences with English Translation and Meaning

Continuing our series with collecting and curating some Sanskrit sentences along with their meaning and translation in English for positive thinking, we bring you another scoop. This series is solely intended to increase the understanding of Sanskrit language to make the reader practice with reading and learning Sanskrit. Sanskrit Sentences with English Translation: ते भाग्यवन्तः […]

Sanskrit Sentences with English Translation

Sanskrit Sentences with English Translations and Meanings

We provide a collection of some Sanskrit sentences with English translations and meanings. These sentences are quite popular on the internet and the social media, but getting them in Sanskrit is quite cool and helps in understanding the language better. We hope that you learn something from these sentences and continue your journey of learning the Sanskrit language. […]

Sanskrit Sentences with English Meaning

In this post, we will try providing some Sanskrit sentences with English meanings so that readers who have started studying or learning Sanskrit from some sources could enhance their reading and understanding skills of this language. These sentences are not particularly related to each and may be from different context but that will only enhance […]

How to say “Come here” in Marathi?

Come Here in Marathi Come here is a phrase used to command or request someone to come to the person saying it. In Marathi, come here can be said in one of the following ways: इकडे ये. इकडे या. इथे ये. इथे या.

How to say “My name is” in Marathi?

Let’s say a person named “Ramesh” wants to tell his name to someone. He can do so by saying, “My name is Ramesh” in English. The phrase “My name is …” is used by a person who wants to tell his / her name to someone. In Marathi, this can be said as “माझं नाव […]

How to say “Congratulations” in Marathi?

“Congratulations” or “Congrats” is an expression used in the English language which is used to convey someone’s good wishes for a special occasion or praise for an achievement. In Marathi, it can simply be said as “अभिनंदन”. For instance, Congratulations to Team India on winning the world cup. विश्वचषक जिंकल्याबद्दल भारतीय क्रिकेट संघाचे अभिनंदन. Congrats on […]

How to say “Are you busy” in Marathi?

“Are you busy?” is a question asked in the English language. It is used to ask someone if he or she is busy doing something. It can be asked in one of the following ways in Marathi: तुम्ही (कामात) व्यस्त आहात का? तू (कामात) व्यस्त आहेस का? तुम्ही (कामात) गुंतलेले आहात का? तू (कामात) गुंतलेला […]

English Poem–Make me a Mad Poet

When you decide to make me, make me a bird, my Lord. Let me fly navigating streams of gusts and sighting the glory of elements of the earth. Give me wings and let me float along the wind like an untouched thought. Let me be free of possessions and be open to stray away from […]

English Poem–For the One Who will Never Read it

I liquidated all my luck and pit it against the verdict—the verdict of living a life not shared with you. When I had you in my life, it blossomed like a fresh start of a beautiful North Indian spring. It breathed so joyously that the landscapes proximate to the Himalayas looked pale in comparison. Every […]

English Poem–That Child’s Seat in Delhi Metro

Out of a couple of million people commuting daily on Delhi Metro, this child had a unique seat. Usually hustling and jostling for an empty seat, no one seemed interested in his. They, in fact, silently prayed that they never get to sit on it. There was no curious eye-contact asking the perpetual question: “Are […]

English Poem–A Land of Baffling Promises

A land once raided and ruled by Macedonians, Iranians, Afghans, Kazakhs, Turks, Portuguese, French and the British, but was always under the supreme sovereignty of God. A land where the military dies defending the land from external as well as internal foes, yet never ever attacked any nation. A land where the Capital tops the […]

English Poem–Rainbow of Time

Time is a medicine. Along with ointment, bandage, and medical care, it takes time to heal the wound. Time is a child’s eraser. As it passes over memories, it fades them into oblivion. Time is a hard taskmaster. It takes hundreds of hours for the musician to perfect a single note. In the eyes of […]

English Poem–This Race has no Winners

Amidst the morning-hour-Ring-Road-rush of New Delhi, where you get your ironed shirt smudged with sweat, dirt, and a wide variety of perfumes and deodorants while jostling with the co-passenger of a minibus, you come to realize that your higher education hasn’t given you any comfort. Unlike the race you ran in your school, which looked […]

English Poem–Pain was my Only Qualification

My pain was really bad, as it is with everybody. It tested me to the hilt, and was perpetual. My belief that it enables me to question God kept me going, though. Upon comparison, however, I realized that my pain was not the biggest, and I had more at my disposal than a lot many. […]

English Poem–No Bar on Learning

There’s no age for learning. Learning comes from the heart though experience may require bracing more summers and winters. They say I am too old to learn anything, but I say I am old enough to know that I need to learn. The mind is ageless and so is its commitment. If you yearn to […]

English Poem–Burn, my Soul, Burn

Burn, my soul, burn. Burn more in agony; feel more puzzled and confused. Do not pick every fleeting thought as the thread-end of your next poem. Despair not to break into a new song of pining and utter grief. Do not meditate sincerely on the formless, and travel not far in your reverie to the […]

English Poem–The Unnoticeable yet Marked Presence

At the beginning of the Indian summer, sitting in my unlit chamber without any electric fan revolving overhead, singing Raga-less but elaborate variations of vocal notes, I feel a feeble presence of your being. It feels like an amateur swimmer floating in water–I can notice your form on the other side of the pool as […]

English Poem–Are you Intrigued?

Now that I have developed a sense of aversion to all the hobbies, interests and pastimes, the time seems to have adopted a lethargic strut. With every skill falling short of its mark; every spark of talent releasing tiny shocks of a diffused current, the showmanship seems to have hidden behind the curtain of mortifying […]

How to say “What are you doing” in Marathi

“What are you doing?” is a question in the English language. It is used to ask someone what he/she is doing. In Marathi, it is used in two ways: In the first way, it has a formal tone to it. तुम्ही काय करत आहात? तू काय करत आहेस? In the other way, it is used as […]

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Interview With Pete Calandra–the Gandalf of Music Composition

An artist does not simply look for the gratification of senses while creating art. Yes, that’s an integral part of the creative process, yet there is an esoteric or higher calling that every artist hears and responds to. They feel moved and operated by an unknown force that runs through their veins. This calling is […]

English Poem–I am Apt in Ruining my Life

I am aptly capable of ruining my life. My challenge is to make a sense out of it. I have a great stamina for running on the wrong track. My challenge is to finish the race. I have a welling desire to be stubborn. My challenge is to ‘let go’. I possess this uncanny knack […]

English Poem–Dilemma of Surrender

My surrender is incomplete. My acceptance of ‘letting go’ has orifices in its boundary walls–the lava of ‘I’m the doer’ leaks more often than not. I seem to be lurking on the periphery of a turbulent vortex–tangential is my trajectory when I try to let myself be consumed by the centrifugal force. Instead of being […]

English Poem–The Craziest but the Best Position

God made sure that I lose every battle I waged against my destiny. He made me bite every word that I uttered, and saw to it that I felt ashamed of every imaginative reverie that I might have had. He took care of minute placements putting roadblocks on the tread I pursued, and encumbered me […]

English Poem–The Guru-side of God

I was held back by that unnoticed aversion towards learning. Then God showed me His Guru-side and I was rendered silent. And then, hell (of opportunities) broke loose. The most crucial, subtle but useful lessons came from failures. Roadblocks became signboards. The more I hit them, the more they pointed me to widen my understanding […]

English Poem–Known Stranger

The profile appears familiar though some missing strokes send my mind to the realms where confusion reigns. Drawing conclusions from the traits, condition, and state of the personality, I am quite surprised to notice the resemblance. This stranger, who has already delineated every limitation, trouble, issue, and barrier that his life has, bears a striking […]