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Sudhirendar Sharma Though born into a little body frame, my friend is a diminutive bundle of big surprises. Who buys postcards these days, and that too a pack of 100? The entire post office...
Sudhirendar Sharma* In the corona times of social distancing, to remain calm while strengthening human bonding is critical. But how to do so when no one even dares to...
Sudhirender Sharma Lockdown is testing human endurance. Isn’t it? Never before have humans been caged, and never have rest in the animal kingdom being free. Wow, what a time these ‘others’ have? Good...
Sudhirendar Sharma Clapping is as old as human existence. It is used to attract attention; to celebrate success; and, to express adulation. Be it guided (as in political rallies) or spontaneous (as during...
Sudhirendar Sharma Need it be said that everything in nature pulsates with a rhythm. Be it swirling sea waves; swinging green branches; or chirping bush crickets, there is rhythm...
Sudhirendar Sharma ‘Blessing in Disguise’ is a common phrase, reflecting the positive aspect of ‘disguise’ as a fascinating and often entertaining subject of human mischief. As children, each of us have had some or the other...
Sudhirendar Sharma Need I say that in the celluloid world ख़्वाब features predominantly for not only building the fictional narrative but to move the story forward too. That ख़्वाब (dream)...
Sudhirendar Sharma In many ways, words are double edged. Subject to how these are arranged and uttered, same set of words under different situations could be either innocuous or venomous. Whichever...
Sudhirendar Sharma There are few lyricists and musicians who created compositions both for the masses and classes. In this regard, I am often reminded of the formidable duo of Raja Mehdi Ali Khan and...
Sudhirendar Sharma I have come across quite a few musical compositions that are known more for their lyrics, and less for their musical score. In such cases, the power of lyrics seems to have overwhelmed...

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