Indira Renganathan


Comments about Indira Renganathan

  • Kannan G Kannan G (2/27/2010 9:04:00 PM)

    I am a newcomer to this site. I just had a glance through your poems and was highly impressed. In course of time I will take time to read and comment on them. Meanwhile I would like you to know that I have pasted here a collection of my poems on the well known social worker late Baba Amte. I think you would be interested in knowing more about him. I would like you to kindly go through some of them at your convenience, give your valuable comments and help me spread his universal message.

    3 person liked.
    2 person did not like.
  • Sin Kinnee (1/26/2010 9:54:00 AM)

    i like your poems
    they are intresting and they
    make me want
    to right poems more like you

  • Lovita Morang Lovita Morang (7/22/2009 3:06:00 AM)

    dear poet indira di

    i am inspired by your poetry titled along the running train- it's like the running trains of our life yet to reach many a platforms-yet to discover many an untravelled life...
    with love

  • Rema Prasanna (8/1/2008 11:57:00 AM)

    Indira Di, readers may find her invisible in this ocean of poems but read her she is a poet with great potential, she has a divine touch in her compositions and it is a pleasure to read her. I enjoy reading her..

    Rema

Alankar(Decor) -222

Every Morrow So Wipes Sorrow(Gayatri)

Gayatri (the one who protects the one who sings, Goddess of Past Present and Future)
is considered a priestly Vedic meter and one of the most favored chandas or meters of the mantras
of Indian verse. The Gayatri is associated with the head or intellect and is said to have originated
from the skin of Prajapati. This is a form that seems to have transitioned to from Veda to Sanskrit
during the overlapping period from 700 to 200 B.C. and appears t

[Report Error]