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On Rajender Krishan's Wanderer
|by BS Murthy|
If one keeps company with Rajender Krishan’s Wanderer, as he saunters into one hundred avenues of life, he is bound to find it worth his contemplative time, and more. Well, I have savored Rajender’s earlier Solitude and the recent Gospel (Amma’s that is) commendable both but in my reckoning, the poet in him excelled as Wanderer. Not only that, given its outreach into every conceivable corner of human experience, this indeed is Wanderer Where Not.
And what all he espies and grasps in the affairs of man!
As if to stress that one should not let go the light-hearted facets of life –
Giving a personal touch to Togetherness, in a way, the poet pays his due to his spouse with whom he kept the marital course for forty-five years
And about life in general in our medical times –
Surely, Rajender could be aware of the import of his endeavor
One can go on and on, but it may be apt to end with Krishna’s quote in the Gita in Ch 10, v42:
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