We can be only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures :)pic.twitter.com/GnWIXT6Z89
It was my great privilege to have met my idol shri subramaniam swamy today at mumbai. @Swamy39pic.twitter.com/Vw6X2SUNmh
Here, I sit beneath a tree.
Heartbeat calm. Soul hums free.pic.twitter.com/V40F0ZGPpU
Uniting the diverse people of India, Bi Amman said - "
UNITE. LEAVE ASIDE ENVY AND HATRED. The war has two sides. One wins and the other fails. Those who exercise soul force win the cause..." An excerpt from #FootPrintsOfANation by @readings_in_the_shed @ncpamumbaipic.twitter.com/VQJTT5z0aT
Uniting the diverse people of India through Khilafat and non-cooperation Movement, Bi Amman said - "You are lost from both ways…
ना खुदा ही मिला न वीसाल- ए-सनम , ना इधर के रहे , ना उधर के रहे ..pic.twitter.com/IfV3hRCft7
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