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dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath

Rookie - 880 Points (24-11-1944(real) 24-6-1944(official) / Keralam, India)

hues


Parvaty, “the better half” of Lord Shiva
(Ref. Indian Mythology- the concept of
Ardhanareeswara) . The great poet of India,
Mahakavi Kalidasa addresses him
“Devatatma Nagadhiraja! ” (“King of
Mountains! ”) . A single color itself might
have infinite number of hues! Then imagine
the spectra of the Shade-combinations! The
Eternal subtlety thus creates innumerability
and that does author the Poetry.

Submitted: Thursday, February 20, 2014
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