Biography of Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
Born of pious agrarian middle class parents, I became a teacher after my post-graduation and B.Ed.As the waves of challenges tossed my boat, I, anchored.Became a seeker of truth.Comparative Philosophy is a thread in my life. Embraced Islam in course of it.Flair for poetry, to study philosophy still flares.I, humbly, request comments from readers
Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran's Works:
1.An anthology of my Malayalam poems' PULAROLI'
2.A book on English Grammar, Phonetics and spoken English, 'English in Class-rooms'
- Ode to Rioters
- I love my country: India, but
- A Glad Vision
- Was Lord Krishna A Maoist?
- DAY OF DELIVERANCE
- Action and reaction?
- Let us Dance
- Be Frank.
- Who Is God?
- We Birdies Chirp In Nest
- Why? What for?
- Be a Proud Indian
- A Canopy
- Karma and Dharma
Did you read them?
Unity in Depth
Unity in depth; not death gives Islam.
Ramdan is Ramlan and Ramzan, I think:
So is Brahma, Jehovah, Fire and Allah.
The One in sense though, sounds differ.
Rites may vary; languages express same-
O! butt, as feelings of people are the same,
As human-beings our needs are the same,
Tears of mothers and of children the same,
Smile of roses and rosy lips are the same.