‘Chinta’ and ‘Nadhi’ are two Sanskrit words, meaning ‘thought’ or ‘concern’ and ‘river’ respectively. Collectively, I infer ‘chintanadhi’ can mean ‘river of thoughts and concerns’. Atleast, these are what I want to share with you through these pages.

There are many similarities between thoughts flowing in the mind and water flowing in a river. That is why poets refer to these two together so often. Both flow endlessly, unless they are stopped or diverted by some means and both can help or harm. Their flow can be controlled or can be left to themselves. But the real beauty is perceived only when they are free in their flow. And a river knows no pain or pleasure; words too by themselves suggest neither pain nor pleasure, which are supplied by the mind that thinks them.

For me, most of the time, it is my heart that thinks and so you may find my thoughts and concerns heavily compounded with emotions. I will write what I think is right in my articles. I will write stories in this blog and even novellas and novels, of course serially. I will quote the people I love and tell you what I learn from them and I will give you glimpses from my life’s journey.

I care a lot for your views and reviews, so please let me know what you think. And if we seem to share similar interests and concerns, I want to follow you through your blog, if you have one.  I will tell my friends about that, too.

My wish here is that after you visit my page, you leave a little happier, a little stronger, a little wiser and a little more cheerful.




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