The vamsakath? stands apart from other literary genres in P?li due to the style of its composition, a mixed verse, prose style which is known as Campu or Aky?na. The Nal??a (lal??a) dh?tuva?sa (hence forth NDV), the chronicle of the sacred frontal bone relics of the Buddha, has been shown scarce attention by modern P?li and Buddhist scholars. Prof. Malalasekara, the author of Pali Literature of? Ceylon, (to my knowledge) is the only scholar who has made reference to the NDV.? Other scholars in the
“Mortality is a matter of money. Poor people cannot afford to have money, so they have religion.” This quote by Khushwant Singh gives one an idea of Khushwant Singh’s condescending view of religion. Khushwant Singh, the insightful writer that he is, has a deep understanding of the social problems faced by Indians. His forceful, brilliant and passionate writings torment the Indian spirit in contemporary times, constantly prodding the society towards positive introspection and betterment. A deep analysis
Lyrical Voice By: Lakella L. Taylor And Frankie Fipps Joy in the Midst of my Pain By: Lakella L. Taylor God give me the strength I need to go on My heart is wailing, sorrowful My soul lies driven in by the tide of despair. Lord lift up my heart; lift up my soul, save me From my affliction and pain. For great is my love for thee. For thy art my joy in the midst of my pain.
HARD STAINS Chap-1 Gayatri found it surprising. The stain was hard, and refused to go off the sticky dark bottom of the copper utensil. It was as if it was the scrub in her hand, which was feverish and tired, and not she, really. Sitamaa should have left some food cooking in the vessel for more than the reasonable length of time yesterday, and hence ended up cooking some stain, instead of whatever she had in mind when she had started out. The inevitable traces of the crime were still found clinging