Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The Feather

The wind takes away the sand in my hand,
I wonder where it goes.
And, then I realize I am a feather
I go far away,
I won't come back again.

I will move from the meadow
And go through the desert
Perhaps I will rest..
And contemplate

I will contemplate
I will consider what I have done.
But sometimes what you do seems to have no consequences
Or so you think

But what matters is, that even the feather will
Will pay for what is done.
Like the sand it too will move, free of will
Never return to the same place

Move ahead, but carry the past
The further it moves the more it carries
Heavier and heavier
Till it will rest..

Not going to ever return again..
I will rest and contemplate once again
This time, still..

Monday, December 8, 2008

Circle Circle DOT DOT

Explorations using a circle grid..just for fun. I've done a few others. 

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Esiouqrut- The Jewellry Line

The work shown here was done for a studio class in the month of September. It was for a jewellery making course called 'Vanity Fair'. These are some of my explorations, that led to the creation of a line of jewellery, some which is shown here.

rough, uncut and chic
jewellery made from silk that can be used in more than just one way.

Esiouqrut” means an uncut and unpolished stone. The collection is feminine, soft and girly. The collection is made using silk, sequins, stones, washers and the process of dying.

                                                                                                         Mood board

India's next Terrorist??!

 After the terrorist blasts happened in Mumbai, perhaps the only thing that was almost as appalling as the act, was one man.. Arnab Goswami.
 I would generally choose not to comment on people, since it's a rather subjective matter. But, for once, I've felt so strongly that I chose not to ignore it. Arnab Goswami, Editor-In-Chief of Times Now is a pathetic loser. If one cannot be unbiased while being a journalist/ Tv anchor, what's the point? Your job is to deliver the news as it is, not with your own views and prejudices. 
  It was really sad to see him harp on and on about how the terrorist the police caught was a Pakistani. He didn't have to stress on his nationality. People can figure things out for themselves. To treat your audiences as dim-wits is pathetic.
  His anti-Pakistan propaganda really pissed me off.
  I understand, what happened was very tragic. But, your duty, Mr. Goswami is to read the news, not preach it. 
  Anger rages through me as I recap, in my mind, watching him on Tv. And it's not just his love for vanquishing Pakistan that sickens me, but the fact that he chooses to display it on national television. What is he trying to do, brainwash some more Indian's into having feelings of negativity towards Pakistan?
  Why bring more hate into a world, where there is more than enough of it already?
  It's rather unfortunate that he is one of the leading faces of Indian news broadcasting on Tv.