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Sahira- My Princess

Sunday, May 19, 2013

My Niece, Sahira. Yup, she's grown up....:)


Hair Tales from Punjab

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

That snow white peeress, one amongst those fair divas
Delicate and susceptible to injury
Unsullied was the moon she closely held
How angelically has she sprung up

Those sable manipulating eyes
Not discerning hearts, rather demanding
Having arisen at dawn, to a not-so-popular arena
The preface of the marvelous creation of gods

With every foot-mark being that of a luminary
Raring to forge ahead, conquering the world

(During School)

Wild pitchy fringe dangling off her head
A forelock that has become the talk of babblers
The breeze that kinks her hair along
Excavates her glory, ripping off the hearts

During School
Moving across the Bifrost of gazes
A gasp swept cross the audience
Adorers snubbed in an all casual manner
The devotees of an unprocurable sensation

A thunder, it renders, throughout
And touches me, triggers a stillness as I glide by
Leaving me numb and unconscious
And a hermit gone astray, thereafter

The Lady in Red

Monday, May 13, 2013

The lady in Red

Wandering by the alley, espied an eye my eye

In scarlet cape with beaut beyond skin-deep

Those lowered eyes, her beaut did fortify

As weapon of bounty visage thy keep

Maybe of allotment, the reverend beauties

For untuck’d her hair, the wind that ruffles

Millions of hearts thence lose their beats and

Lovers besiege in murmuring babels

Short Poems 04

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Stalking the Night

Unwary I passed by the alley
Mewling heard in hazy valley
Froze in terror
Stifled by an eerie carer
In morning when ajar the door
Scarlet streets paven with gore

Saada pehla Live IPL

Sunday, May 5, 2013

This was our fisrt Live IPL match ever since 6 seasons of the game since the year 2008. The game was being played between Punjab (KXIP) and Chennai (CSK).

We were here cheering for KXIP but still they lost by 10 wickets...:(

The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium is located at Mohali, just outside the city of Chandigarh. The stadium has an official capacity of 30000 spectators. The lights here are unconventional compared to other cricket stadiums, in that the light pillars are very low in height. This is to avoid aircraft from the nearby airport colliding with the light pillars. [lolzz]
Punjab's second international cricket stadium has been approved by BCCI in Bathinda, Punjab. The construction of the stadium took around INR 25 crore and 3 years to complete.

Punjab Cricket Association
Sector 63, SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab, 160059
0172 223 2300

Baby Sahira- Mah Niece

Thursday, May 2, 2013