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Seed

"Seed" by Maheshwar N. Sinha

Copyright © 2008 by Maheshwar N. Sinha


Maheshwar N. Sinha
 

Maheshwar writes:
When I observe anything material or elemental, I usually came across the fact of a seed—a seed that can be turned into jungle, or similarly, an inspiration that be as small as a spark with infinite results! It has always inspired me to grow, to be infinite! I love watercolor, because this technique in a sheet never demands a retake; it comes half from your mood, and the rest of it creates something unknown. Look around and there is abundance of seeds! Yet unknown and unseen!

Maheshwar N. Sinha lives happily in Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, India, with his two little daughters, Anjali and Shruti, and his wife, Seema. He works as a government servant, and has written numerous short stories and a half-dozen novels, in both the Hindi and English languages. His first English book will be released by SBP/AEG-New York. Maheshwar's paintings have been shown in several art exhibitions, both solo and joint. He is very fond of playing cricket and football, going out in the morning, and returning for movies in the evening. He can be contacted via email at maheshwar.nsinha@rediffmail.com.


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