seeds of sound

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Speak your mind

Socialy transparent

On the peripherals where criticality can spark the possibilities of a conversation,
A living commentary is an easy way to describe a pool of thoughts that you dip in and surface with every intonation. Everyone has a story to tell.

In memories frozen, a wave still picks,
To your acts to your glories
Your beautiful presentation of stories

Museums and culture

As we look for answers in the past, we have only a present for the questions of future. 

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Lucy Hawking in conversation with Anushka Ravishankar

Please join us for an interactive session with Lucy Hawking in conversation with Anushka Ravishankar.
About the Event:
Ever thought that stories can hold the key to unravel the mysteries of the universe? Lucy Hawking the renowned author, storyteller and daughter of physicist Stephen Hawking will be unravelling the mysteries of space, through a fun-filled interactive talk. Dr Hawking will talk about the series of adventure novels she has authored, working with world leading scientists to make their work accessible and entertaining to young readers. She will also give a glimpse of life in the famous Hawking household and what it is like to be played in a major Hollywood film.
About the speakers:
Anushka Ravishankar, a mathematics graduate, has made a name for herself internationally as an Indian children’s writer, with over 10 books of verse, fiction and non-fiction. Her special talent is in the area of nonsense verse, where she brilliantly adapts this difficult genre to Indian English usage, without a false note. Anushka Ravishankar can be said to have pioneered the Indian English nonsense verse form and brought it to international attention. She recently returned from a UK tour with Children’s Laureate, Michael Rosen, at the Children’s Bookshow.
Lucy Hawking is an author and the original creator of the George Greenby books, a series of adventure stories which aim to explain complex science to a young audience through dramatic storytelling. She has also written two books for adults - Jaded and Run for your Life. Lucy spent a year as Distinguished Writer in residence at the Origins Project, ASU where she was also Visiting International Scholar at the Institute of Humanities Research. She is also a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society in recognition of the work she has done in explaining science to a young audience

Wednesday, 5 August 2015


its not just a bout between ingenious birth and inherited belonging, but it also is a concern of effering claims. You might come from the Egyptian banks, Roman Fields, Himalayan Paradise, Latin plains, royal castles, Rich Islands, God's Country or any time and civilization worth a mention, but you only come to a moment where you are one in a seven plus billion...and you are just human, that was once fish

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

departing soul arriving thoughts

We converge to a common belief of life and build ourselves, shaping everything we can possibly shape around us. But in all this breaking and making, all we are able to retain is a breath at a time.
 In form and existence, a soul is always evolving, moving, turning and departing.
In form and belief, when an individual clears itself off its strife to a point of realization of oneness with any or a specific verse, it establishes its soul. The comprehensions, wills and dissolution of these souls are fated to our mere interactions and conversation.

storytelling and expression

dreaming and living

infinite within finite

Within us, we can create the possibility of infinite within a finite time and space. We curve within ourselves reflecting through mind and matter, to create and recreate possibilities in all directions. Like two parallel mirrors creating an infinite view within their finite separation.   Two people who know each other in their falls and rise. Like two mirrors. Able to show the other and share. Two houses torn, facing each other. Creating a pass, a valley, a puddle in this constant shower of things. I talk to an imaginary you. You, that are everywhere, in everything.   If it were an art to live a life, we could all produce a beautiful masterpiece. 

sleeping act

If sleeping is dormancy, then awakenings should be realignment with the accumulated. However,  When we sleep, it is an act of pulling our ends apart, tearing, creating space inside. Like shedding our skin and known. A safe shell within which, we shiver, cuddle and comfort ourselves to a careless sleep.
When we sleep, in spite of all our tragedies, we create our heavens in our thoughts and give in to it, daring to dream still. The awakening, therefore, always feels like the beginning.

Monday, 3 August 2015

Origin of Tattoo - Origin of Tattoo - the permanent story of Body Art

 Origin of Tattoo The word "Tattoo" in present day is defined by an array of styles and cultural illustrations permanently created within the layers of living human skin. It has been a practice continued over centuries by different civilizations with varied significance and associations. These known instances are the common genres of the modern tattoo tradition. A tradition which has evolved not just in popularity and creativity, but also the methodology and equipment. When tattoos started in our noted history, there are three individual instances of a social definition: 1. Tribal Tattoos- to differentiate groups. Tribal designs inspired by geometry and nature are among the oldest creations of humans. Some researchers believe it could be as old as cave paintings. Long before we turned to paper to put our thoughts through, early humans had started to express in brilliant arrays of stripes and scars across their skin, in representation of their understanding and abilities. African tribes in remote areas still practice age old procedures. The most outstanding designs can be seen in Polynesian, Maori and Celtic tattoos. 2. Stamps and markings- to establish identities. Organisations as old as the colonial rules practiced it to mark their slaves. Similarly, Prison Tattoos from Russia and the Yakuza legacy of the Japanese body art and symbolism are among the leading innovators of tattoo for enthusiasts. Even in China, where tattoos have also been used to brand criminals, it evolved as an attractive social expression and china's development over the years as fueled in the brilliance of design and color with their history of diversity and culture. China along with the US are mass producing the equipment and inks for the modern artists worldwide. 3. Decorative and honorary- to emphasize culture, independence or beliefs. All the while tattoo has been associated with body modifications and permanent make-up, it has created a unique pattern of expression through the body among humans. Limited by technology in the early ages and fearful of the social implications humans have always been inclined towards creating a more attractive, detailed and meaningful outlook. Today designs are inspired from Buddhist paintings, astrological prophecies, personal dedications, cultural makeup and even science fiction. After all, a tattoo might tell a lot about the bearer.

A Design or pattern is common to every belief system

Expression is always a novelty of belief

A Design or pattern is common to every belief system
Expression is always a novelty of belief