The Fabric of a Countless Woven Myths

The Musings and Wandering Ideas of Nagendra Sarma – the Author of “Dark Side of The Coin”

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Writing books is one deal, and maintaining a diary is another. But having a space on the internet just to showcase the stories you write is totally different. This blog, which is the compendium of all the funny, lighthearted tales I write is my practice pitch. The plots I make for my books are different, and these stories vary so much in both moral and material, this place is perfect for them to get exhibited.

Let me not talk much and let the stories speak. You can enter the blog here: Musings. Let me not talk much and let the music sing. You can enter the vlog here: Musica

Beneath, I would give a little tour of my blog.


RECENT POSTS – Musings of Nagendra Sarma

Here you find the recent blogs of mine!

Pantheus and Diana – Reinventing The Greek Myth!

The tale was distorted throughout the generations that have passed since the happening of it. The greatest of all unions. The exemplar of earthly love and humane lust mingling together, raising towards a greater level. Divine, we had called it. Grater than the illusions of Cupid, heavenly than intoxicants of Bacchus, taking us beyond the times of Gaia and Choas, letting us have the vision of The Creator who breathed air into this existence.

Mohit and The Magician – A Play in One Act.

Pre-reminiscence: This is a play written by me for a recent children’s drama festival a couple of months ago. I wouldn’t call this as my first play, but the first completed one. I have nothing to say about it except what’s already told in it. I wish you’d enjoy it! Characters: A Magician Mohit –…

Indra’s Aaromale #2 – A Love Story of Library, Verses and Dying Eye-Lids.

“Man’s greatest tragedy is that he can conceive of a perfection which he cannot attain.” – Lord Byron(Jerome MacGann) She found me roots of relish sweet,       And honey wild, and manna-dew,And sure in language strange she said—       ‘I love thee true’. She took me to her Elfin grot,       And there she wept and sighed full sore,And there…

Indra’s Aaromale #1 – A Love Story of Cockroaches, Cigarettes and Curly Chest-Hair.

“Man’s greatest tragedy is that he can conceive of a perfection which he cannot attain.” – Lord Byron(Jerome MacGann) O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms,         Alone and palely loitering?  The sedge has withered from the lake,         And no birds sing.  O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms,         So haggard and so woe-begone?  The squirrel’s granary is full, …

కహ్లీల్ గిబ్రాన్ “The Prophet” – అనువాదం, తెలుగులో (ప్రక్రియలో ఉంది)

ప్రేమ ప్రేమను తప్ప మరొకటి ఇవ్వదు. ప్రేమ ప్రేమను తప్ప మరి ఏదీ తీసుకోదు. ప్రేమ ఎవ్వరినీ బలవంతముగా ఆవహించదు, లేక ఎవ్వరిచేతా ఆవహింపబడదు. ప్రేమ ప్రేమగా ఉంటే అంతే చాలు.

The Faded Leaves of Freedom – Dystopian Diaries #2

When has the world lost its meaning and when has the last poet lived? These are clueless questions which didn’t even babble over the minds of mindless post-humans who led their lives in the aimless refute of LIFE. The past order and harmony has gone. The nature and its love has vexed. The sun has gone merciless and the gases that infuriate him were hovering around the once precious, life-filled planet of this solar system.

The Living Castle of Garodas #1 – The Dead Awakens.

Foreword: These days, it is highly boring that everything’s normal, for, once it was not so. Actually, when you have a wife of a really rare history, you would better understand that, believe me. When we first came to this town, the town of Dwaraka – oh, not the one of Krishna in Gujarat, no,…

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Poetry – The Ancient Speech

A combination of long and short verses on different themes possible

Lady of Light – A Miracle to Witness

“Just like all the stories that were stuck in the past, this too has been a story from the past, but still a part of me.” To,Preziosa Signora. He has told her a thousand times that she was bound in the dark but she isn’t that. He has urged her to let the light unleash…

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Fiction – Interesting Lies!

A combination of Short Stories, Plays and Inspired Fan Work


Dramatization of “A Shady Plot”

Dramatization of “A Shady Plot” A Story by Elise Brown A Two Act Play – Nagendra Sarma Characters: John Hallock – The Writer Lavinia Hallock – Hallock’s Wife Helen – The Ghost Gladolia – Hallock’s Maid Miss Laura Hinkle – A Friend of Lavinia A Few Women Props: Three rooms with minimal furniture. Five Ouija…

Dark Omen – A Bizarre Short-Story

It all started in the morning when I was sitting before the window, staring through the grills of it and thinking something which was vague. What that was I was thinking, I too cannot answer, for I forgot everything except for the posture I was in, till the little kid with smiles came an stood…

The Cosmic Accident – The Three Arrows of The Lord

“प्रपञ्चसृष्  ट्युन्मुखला  सयकायी  समस्तसा  महारकताण्डवाया  | जगज्जनन्यै  जगदेकपित्रे  नमः  शिवायै  च   नमः  शिवाय  || “ “Prapancha srushtyun muka lasyakayai, Samastha samharaka thandavaya, Jagat jananyai Jagatheka pithre, Nama Shivayai cha namashivaya.” “My salutations to both Parvathi and Shiva, To Her whose dance marks the creation of the world, To Him whose dance destroys everything, To…

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Non-Fiction: Recordings As They Are

Journals, Articles, Criticism and Spiritual Commentaries on various subjects

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Collaborations – Making Fun Together!

Tales that demand various voices, and so demand the intervention of another artist along with me.

You can get in the blog and have a really good time. I would be just glad!

Nagendra Sarma.
Author,
Dark Side of The Coin

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