Vitasta Ki Awaaj (In Hindi)


Jaya Sibu writes in Hindi and Kashmiri. She is the recipient of Bhagwan Gopinath Research Fellowship. Some of her Kashmiri poems have been translated by Amrita Pritam in Hindi. Her publication includes 'Mantrik Bhajan Dipika' in Kashmiri verse based on the Kashmiri Beej Mantras of the Shaktivad tradition. 'Bhagwan Gopinath evam Dharmik Chintan' in Hindi is under publication. She is a regular contributor to various Hindi and Kashmiri magazines and piublications.

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Very true description of the Vitasta. Vitasta represents the Hindu aspirations for being in tune with the Divine Mother, after 1990 exodous. Amarnath Swami is the Spiritual thought and Vitasta is the Flowing energy of the Kashmiri Hindu ethos. Vitasta and the Holy cave are complementary to each other. We need to receive energy from the Holy cave and from the Vitasta. Jaya Sibu speaks what has happened to the children of the soil after 1990. Rakesh Kamal
Added By Rakesh Kamal
I like your poems. It is you who gave the name Vitasta to my elder siter. I know it well that you love Vitasta, and consider her the Divine Mother.You told me once, when I asked you to tell me about the birth of Vitasta.Here in Rajasthan, we also celebrate the Birth of Vitasta river.This unites us with Kashmir. Vibhasa Raina
Added By Vibhasa Pihu Raina
A beautiful composition/poem.
Added By Chander M. Bhat
this poem brings us very close to our roots and represents a true feeling of what a true kashmiri belongs to. I remember the childhood days when u used to be in mood some poetric words will come automatically by core of your heart that brings the poetry of today alive. Wshing u many many more to come that enlightens the young generation. with regards,
Added By kalpana razdan
I thank all those who have viewed my poem on Vitasta. Vitasta is the Divine Force, which binds us together.Jaya Sibu
Added By Jaya Sibu Raina
"Vitasta", the witness and repository of Kashyap Reshi's legend and the strength of every nerve sings a lullaby calling all its loved ones back to wash away the dirty linen and carry forward the brotherhood teachings of all its Sages and seers.Thanks Jayaji for redefining the importance of mother Vitasta.
Added By Ashwani Wanganeo