Upendra Majhi

Gold Star - 18,971 Points [Parel ,Mumbai] (12 august 1958 / Orissa)

Upendra Majhi
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I joined Reserve Bank of India in 1981.
I am Assistant General Manager in Office of Banking
Ombudsman, Mumbai, I will be happy if through poetry, I can be a part of redressing grievances of the world.
Nature and planet physical, social, intellctual, cultural, emotional, biological is crying out for description and preservation in codified or open elaborate form as it portrays millions of images every moment all over the planet.
That will help posterity in solving human problems.
The matters, images, facts, truths, that is not capable of being wholly captured, encapsuled in a prose can be easily grasped and grabbed in a verse. more »

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  • I take so much time to write a quote that belong only to me.it shows We have come a long way living in civilised time, guided by precepts and wisdom of famous people,
    learning them from boo...
  • ''Like stars lie alone in the sky.You need to collect them for a constellation.In the planet, more so in wee hours,
    sights and sounds lie alone.You need to collect them into a constellation.''
    things lie in collection.
  • ''We have spent up our pure curiosities.And humanity has been benefited by those. Now you bank upon children's
    curiosities, cleverly harvesting those for further benefits.''
  • ''Don't drive too fast on intellect lane.You will find, lane is filled with emotion humps.''
  • ''Beware of monkeys around you who have lost their tails
    by accident.They are trying to clamp on you, their lifestyle
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At 59 Years What I Remember

I remember a few blades of grass,
I remember white flowers of drumstick,
the afternoon rainbow, reflected images of hibiscus,
the full moon of kumar purnima
I remember yellow kaniyar flowers, white lotus,
a few big rain drops,
a few duststorms
I remember a few distant thunder, mridanga beats,
the sweet morning ten teian song,
I remember long calls of my brother before lunch,
I remember fragrance of marigold, malli,
fragrance of colour on Lord Ganesh, Maataa Basuli
I remember pitha sweetmeat 'mandaa, fish spiced and tamarind
I remember ...

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