Wednesday, March 24, 2010


It's still unknown why a lot of people commit suicide
Like it's still unknown why a lot of people cling to life.

Wrong Enemies

To choose a wrong enemy is more dangerous than to choose a wrong friend.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Half-souls and Assholes

We assholes,
Send our children's halfsouls
Down the dirtiest drain
When we masturbate.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Sunlight, on Rainbow

Who named it her bow?
It’s my autobiography, not hers.

She just fell down, that’s all.

It’s my story – by becoming thinner than a silk thread and finer than dust, I take utmost care lest even a drop of her gets hurt – passing through her.

What’s more, even she herself is my autobiography.
From dawn to dusk I toil on the fields of sea,
Plough, sow seeds and water with sweat and finally reap the grains of rain.

And at nights, while lying down awaiting sleep,
Just for fun I let the memory of the day fall on that piece of broken mirror.
Oh, sick and boring romantics, you call it moonlight.

You always stumble upon names.
Look at the number of autobiographies I write.
None of them carry my name.
Going only by names, what all you read?
What all you learn?

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Four Banana Skins


As if love of their life called for them from the other shore,
Jumped into the river,
For a moment,
To bang their heads on the rubber wall of the dam
To drift afloat as dead bodies.
For a moment.


Eggs put to boil,
For a moment,
Took the first waves of the warming up water
As the love of their mother’s abdomen.
For a moment.


Sprouted beans,
Before falling into the frying pan,
For a moment,
Dreamt of climbing up,
Reaching out green tentacles.
For a moment.


And me,
While walking, thinking God gave bananas
Their three-zipped skin
For us to eat them neatly without
Smearing dirt from our hands,
For a moment,
Put a foot on a banana skin somebody thrown
And ah!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Long & Short of It

Most of the short-term solutions become long-term problems.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Plasma, Where are You?

love is like water, is tasteless but indispensable.
hatred is steam, will burn to kill.
yes, you guessed, indifference is ice, you can break your head, no feelings.
one and the same thing will seem to be three different things - water,
steam and ice. love, hatred and indifference.
when you break the ice of indifference, you get love. when you boil
love, you brew hatred. when you are bored of love, you become

they measure heat and cold of water, steam and ice with the same unit.
you can go ahead and measre love, hatred and indifference with the same unit.
how simpler than this does nature express illusion?

An Ode to the Urban Thirst

May the water in the river and the pipes that bring it be pure,

But if the overhead tank atop our houses where we bear the urban nights is impure,

Oh burning thirst, I wish if you fell down and died in this searing heat, along with me

An Ode to the Politics of Hair

It's alright when you sit on the head, in group.

But never fall down in a curry, alone.

Saturday, June 21, 2008


Every boom has an erang to follow.

Don't forget, when you make hill out of a pit,
You make two pits somwhere.
When you fill a gutter to build a wall,
You dig two new gutters.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Measuring Hatred and other Loves

They measure heat and cold by the same unit. Does that mean we measure love and hatred by the same unit? Even the ice-cold indifference? Love, water. Hatred, steam. Indifference, ice. Eh?

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Opposite of Love

Oppositve of love is not hatred. No, not indifference. Opposite of love is utilitarian love.

Sunday, March 9, 2008


"I think, therefore I am," said RenĂ© Descartes (1596–1650). I don't think, therefore I am.

Every Blog

Every dog had his day, but not today.
Today, every dog has his blog.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Handbook for NRIs

Here is a useful handbook for NRIs. You can download it from here.

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Because... is what happens to us while we are busy consuming some brands, here is the new alphabet.
Double-click on the image to get the bigger image. Thanks to Mr. Sanu Raju for the execution.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Business is...

Business is credit management. Capital? What is that? You become a successful businessman only if you learn all about rolling on other people's money and labour. Monkeys and donkeys will always be there. Have their keys and you are a winner.

Art of Bribing

Business is marketing, they say. And marketing is often art of bribing - art of bribing what, where, how and to whom. Most of the innnovations in business are also around them.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Desert or Dense Forest?

Want to be raped and killed at 22 or die virgin at 83?


Blindmen killed by rainbow.

It's a Crime

Happiness is a crime.

Sunday, November 4, 2007

From Horoscopes to Heroscopes

We all are born with horoscopes, they say. Then why don't trying to replace that one vowel with another to make them Heroscopes?

On Second Thoughts

Married life is a very low price we are paying to avoid the mental, physical and social consequences of having more than one mate.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Punishment & Crime

Most of the time, crime precedes punishment. Naturally, the crime that follows will be unjust to the punishment. Another punishment follows. And the seesaw just can't stop.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Women are of Two Types

There are two types of women - Miss Mystery and Mrs. Mystery. A Mr. has no mystery about him and there is no why.


When you add commerce to promise, you get compromise.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

On Marriage

I never said men should not marry. They can marry anybody except female of the species.

Injustice Delayed!

If justice delayed is justice denied, injustice delayed must be justice allowed.

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Paranoiac Panoramic

Life is paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic paranoiac panoramic...

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Opium of the People

Religion is the opium of the people, wrote Karl Marx. Poor guy, he couldn't forsee the impact of television. Yes, television is the opium of the people.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Mad for Each Other

Made for each other? Yet to go miles before you weep. How about dropping that 'e for ego' for a try?

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Forgive Your Enemies. But...

"Forgive your enemies. Nothing annoys them so much" wrote Oscar Wilde. "Forgive your enemies. But never forget their names" added Kennedy. In this electronic age, you can still forgive your enemies. But get updated on their usernames and never forget them.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

What a Joke!

Number of lonely people and the intensity of their loneliness are directly proportional to population density.

Sunday, September 9, 2007

My Details

Money is my religion. Selfishness my caste. What is love?

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Lonely Planet

It's better to be a lonely planet than to be one of the moons.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

A Woman's Heart

A woman' heart is a pond of lotuses.

(It's all mud at the bottom)

Wednesday, September 5, 2007


Words are tips of the iceberg of mind floating in the Atlantic ocean of sorrow.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Welding Anniversary

Men get encaged, and then marred to be the husbends of their bitter halves. Being so an year is your welding anniversary.

Monday, September 3, 2007


Mad people must be acting mad, like we acting normalcy.

Human Hearts

Human beings can be chicken-hearted, but never egg-hearted. You can break an egg only once!

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Familiarity Breeds

For some, familiarity breeds contempt and... children!

Carefully, again

Live carefully because everything is becoming everybody's memory.


Relationship between two human beings are never like a bridge. Distance between the ends of a bridge are always same, both ways.

Saturday, September 1, 2007

Man is Not an Island

"Man is not an island", wrote John Donne. Then what is man? I know - man is a granule of sand.

Friday, August 31, 2007

Jesus Jam

Man cannot live by bread alone.

Ram's Law No.2

For every proverb, there is an equal and opposite proverb.

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Ram's Law

Of the 100% information on anything that exist, 73% you get are twisted, 7% are false and 6% are useless. You don't get the remaining 14%.

Saturday, August 25, 2007


Live carefully. Beacause everything is becoming memory.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Life is...

Life is what happens to us while we are busy consuming some brands.