Feel free to say anything you want about Agnishatdal after reading it, Agnishatdal

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A sample of Agnishatdal and Agnijaat- the contents will be similar but not really same, just an outline sketch you can say:



Agnishatdal and Agnijaat’s rough draft


  1. Thank You, Trisha, I have received, by email, both Agnijjat & Agnishatdal Shravan.. You are a marvel, to be sure… I love the font and style of both. Your images are superb, as usual.

    They are very different offerings. You ‘hold no punches’ in Agnijaat; she is powerful, indeed. Agnishatdal is a fine piece of art and literature; diverse and meaningful.

    If I had a criticism it would be: There is an enormous quantity of reading material within both magazines. You are exceedingly generous, given they are to be monthly reads. I would suggest making them both somewhat less lengthy. However, knowing how prolific your writing is, this is probably a suggestion you will avoid… And rightly so. They are your babies; do with them whatever you desire. 🙂

    Congratulations, my sweet friend. Well done to you. 🙂


  2. ~Here is what I see in the ezine you have created~enjoy in my points of interest as well~

    points of interest

    ~the art work is a very nice creation of your talent
    ~you have fine articles of wonderful short stories
    ~seems that when reading this one gets a knowledge base about India through your eyes
    ~some expose on political issues but put in a format of nice opinion
    ~refreshing short stories about nature
    ~photography with great titles
    ~some good advise
    ~noting that to me it seems there was no editing as the format was sharp and concise as to say professionally done
    ~some of the stories you can really feel by placing yourself inside that scenario in that story
    ~interesting poetry and art work that is with it
    ~nice recognition of all that supported you but kudos go to you for making this a wonderful write
    ~very nicely formatted and centered as tho it seems more as in being of an ebook but the difference shows that it is a ezine~but wonderfully done in its publishing
    ~great tributes as well~

    ~bless you always my Precious Flower~
    ~soulbro*~ 😀

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  3. My critique for this issue:

    Thousand Salutes to Freedom Fighters: a thoughtful discussion on the plight of Indian soldiers. On reading it, my first thought was that my own country’s military personnel have it easy while in service, though no, they are betrayed by our own leadership when becoming veterans. But no, a good look at what goes on in the American military shows that things are not all well in the Armed forces of either nation even while on active duty. This piece reminded me of my desire many years ago to join the Airforce or Army so I could afford University through a scholarship.

    I liked the piece on Kazi Sabyasachi a lot, with an excellent translation by yourself. I’ll be checking out his work online if Google will not get too grumpy with me😉

    Hemdiva’s story was enchanting. It was very different in style from what I’ve previously read, yet still said much in the space of a few paragraphs. A good first-time introduction to the work of so young a writer.:)

    The Monkey Incident: humorous and to-the-point without being predictable. Congrats to Brieue for such an entertaining story.

    Both pieces by Carolyn (Carnation Flower Reflection and Tiger Reflection): I give her high marks for readable, easily understood, and interesting writing. As a former believer, I’m pretty sure I got what she was getting across, even if our metaphysics differ.

    Dominic’s photography is excellent. I liked Lisa’s poem as well, perfectly suited as a meme, and striking more than a few chords with separate readings.

    Gayle’s poems (Midnight Tolls and Platitudes): I liked both of these. ‘Platitudes’ seems so apropos for the state of insanity American politics is in.

    Raghunandan’s story was clever and fun, with an air of traditional Indian fairy-tales to it. My favorite character was the canny Vizier, whose playing of rivals against each other is classic!

    In your own contributions, the poetry was well-chosen, and easy to take in while working, as were the stories.

    Of the poems, I particularly liked Cloud Fairy. It kind of reminded me of the Apsaras of Indra’s court, which until within the last few years I knew almost nothing about. Of stories, The Glamour House was downright frightening, not something I would find comfortable to read on a dark night alone, but good. The Rejected One was heartbreaking, though the ending was a good counterbalance to that.

    The section at the end was kind of cool, with the information you gave on the various calendars used in India and their histories, interrelations. I had no idea of the complexity of yearly timekeeping in India, but now have a better appreciation for it.

    For both ezines, thank you for creating them, and to the others for their contributions.

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  4. ~For this month’s edition here is what I have to say~

    ~I have noticed how much talent you have brought to your ezine, very professional people~
    ~there are a lot of great writers here and each story they have is a beautiful creation from within their Soul*s~
    ~I thank you for your additions of your paintings to my poetry~
    ~once again it is informative about your culture in India your stories, time frames of the history and the calendar~
    ~as always your work in creating your stories and poetry really are seen from your heart and another thing about them as it seems that there was no need for editing once again~
    ~looks like you have a great ezine here~
    ~keep up the good work indeed~

    ~soulbro* 😀


  5. ~These are my perspective notes from the September 2016 issue of Agnishatdal Ashwin~

    ~Science by Troy David Lloyd~to only imagine to be of another solar system and understand if there is a greater society than ours out there~nice prose~

    ~Only yourself by Wendell Brown~love is Universal and unconditional~if you take a narcisstic approach to love then it can never be real~very nice poem~

    ~Universal Love~Ngobesing Romanus~a great sensation that the heart feels this Universal love all over~nice poetry~

    ~Impressions~Lisa Ojanpera~truth and profound post~indeed a bit witty too~

    ~Aardvark Reflections~Carolyn Paige~it seems my mantra in seeking the truth is to always revert back to Psalma 118:8~take refuge in the Lord and trust no man~in doing so you will always know the truth~your heart tells you so about you~

    ~Binding the household~Swati Sarangi~home is always where the heart is~this is where love begins within~if we seek the truth with love and do find it within our heart then we know how much love, compassion and understanding we can take with us no matter where we go in life~

    ~Overall the ezine is still an interesting read~once again the talent is what makes this interesting as well~continue with success~thank you my Precious Flower for your kindest words about me as well~



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