Lavanya Bandla


The Indian Heritage


The beautiful culture,
The beautiful colours,
with different languages and smiles.

The festivals which bring out their tradition
The Freedom of speech,
where in one can open his voice to motivate

The Beautiful tradition of draping a saree.
The classical dancing that taught me the value of it,
The hindustani music taht taught me the swing of the springs.

But today instead of cultural dances
it's rock shows and only partying,

With all such wonderful things in our country
instead of making our country a developed country
There is only brain drain
people wake up lets change this country for a better tomorrow.

RAISE YOUR VOICE AND SAY 'MERA BHARATH ITNA MAHAN'
bringing that positiveness and emotions in your heart
saying Maa tujhe salam.

Submitted: Friday, September 05, 2014
Edited: Friday, September 05, 2014

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