Kalyug? Maybe! For me its just a change!

posted on 20th of march, 2011

Meerabai - a saint, a singer, one of the only devotees and lover of Lord Krishna! An icon from Rajasthan and one of the leading saints of the Vaishnava Bhakti Movement. It might be a myth or a reality but her love for Krishna symbolized the ideal love for many of her own followers and Krishna’s. Following ideals is always a big ordeal and suffering from people who pretend to follow is greater ordeal.

Today I prayed to Lord Vishnu, Krishna and Meerabai herself. I asked them to forgive me for what I was going to do next. I knew they would forgive me because they are not judgemental like people are, and they know what I did symbolized something from the weird world that we might call as KALYUG or just some horror changes happening in our lifestyle that are shameful. My step my shock my own supporters, but then I don’t care.

Today I burnt down the idol of Meerabai that I had bought as a symbol of pure love. A love that what we call today as platonic friendship or some shit like that! I had no right to burn her down, I burnt down what I expected in the wrong time. Maybe I burnt down the person or people whom I somewhat felt where like Meerabai. I was wrong doing that because Meerabai was Meerabai, pure and real! No one can really replace someones greatness just like me or any better artist cannot replace Michael Jackson no matter how close they might perform.

The burning down marked a huge change in my life tonight. I burnt down all expectations, ideals and faith in people I force my faith into. Its not about trusting or not trusting someone, but its about knowing that no one is going to be the same person after some time, there are only a few who stay 18 till they die. That was an example, but yes.. there really are people who never change with the influence of society, religion or paternal conditioning.

For people who know me since long, I only had once inspiration for my art or whatever kindness that lives in me for anyone. There was only ONE and I was forced by the society and the religious morals to wipe it off and was left out blank. The flame flickered somewhere and it existed as an inspiration, yet it couldn’t really inspire me anymore. Todays burnt Meera will be my inspiration now to write and compose songs, to click photographs, to make paintings in future and mainly counsel people into believing that someone like Meerabai existed for real, she will exist even now but don’t make the mistake of comparing some living person in a short time with such legendary lives!

P.S I have removed the photoshoot of this whole incident which I had uploaded on my facebook account for limited 12 hours to avoid religious attack from my own kind.


Comments (10)

Posted by Thefinalmiracle on March 26, 2011
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Posted by Scottysally2 on March 23, 2011
Beautiful images, thanks for sharing. :)
Posted by Kittycat on March 22, 2011
Amazing images and colors. Very creative. Thank you for sharing!!
Posted by smartview27 on March 22, 2011
Very creative!
Posted by Thefinalmiracle on March 22, 2011
thanks everyone
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Posted by Calyx22 on March 21, 2011
This is such a neat story of Meerabai and your spiritual life. I love the photos that go along with it, but I'm really interested in your sharing of something meaningful in your life that is so important to you. I hope that Meerabai hears your prayers and that she fills you with creative inspiration. I would love to see a follow up at some point to your story! Best wishes.
Posted by Egomezta on March 21, 2011
Wow!!! Amazing images... Thanks for sharing.
Posted by lzf on March 20, 2011
nice pics shared.good luck for the sales
Posted by Anhong on March 20, 2011
Beautiful colors. Thanks for sharing, I wish you good luck!
Posted by Mariaam on March 20, 2011
Amazing photos!

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