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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Where is God?


"लपक चाटते झूठे पत्ते जिस दिन देखा मैने नर को,
सोचा क्यों न आग लगा दूँ इस दुनिया भर को,
फिर सोचा क्यों न टेंटुआ घोंट दूं उस जगपति का,
जिसने यह घृणित स्वरुप दिया अपनी ही कृति को ।

writer:'Bal Krishan Sharma 'Naveen'.

6 comments:

  1. Blaming God is like you yourself did something wrong and then just to vindicate yourself, you start blaming God

    Man alone is responsible for his actions, God can only guide you what is wrong and right. God created enough grains to satisfy everyone's need but not for everyone's greed

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  3. personally ,i don't beleive RAM and RAHIM and has no reverence to temple and mosque but respect aesthetically. i don't believe in so called god(object) but in godliness(quality). i think poet is not blaming god he is blaming us for godliness because our godliness (to help poors etc..)only can prove the existence of god.

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  4. @mayank and amit,
    I do not blame god for anything. I just want to mirror the realities of world to god who is established in the temples, mosques or churches. For me religion is personal matter not a matter of community or society.
    For me only life is precious,than any abstract ideology.I agree that man alone is responsible for everything and he must leave this hypothesis of god and should involve with fellow human beings upliftment.IMO,The poet here is blaming the religious orthodxy of human than god.

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  5. yeh hindi ki lines shayad mein theek theek samjhi nahi...

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  6. @joiedevivre, not even me has understood the full meaning but these lines have been haunting me since first reading as a child. Regarding poem, The poet is disgusted on seeing the site of human eating food from the garbage.He lament on the fall of human society and mocks on the god created by us. He thinks to strangle neck of god and lead him/her to death as he/she has given such disgusting life form in creating world.

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