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Aakashvani ( Voice of God )

Updated on December 30, 2014
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Voice Of God

He is infinite and can't be fathomed by mortals,

And is beyond all words ever devised by men,

To glorify Him and receive myriad boons,

Man is ever eager to catch the space.

And to flow the river back to the source ,

God knows how far the bird can flap,

He, Gracious ever, creates Aakashvani,

To tell man His commandments all clear.

Aakashvani is a sound or word of God,

Is heard so louder above in the sky,

Stern, like a warning all thundering,

No option except to comply it fast.

Thus Spoke The Lord

My words are mightier than the earth,

For you'll shudder to hear the truth,

Truth is a subtle and roaring ocean,

Your tiny canoe can't find the shore.

Smug of intelligence a little you have,

Indulge you all in insidious actions,

Uprooting plantations, finishing lives,

Don't you ever fear my hard scepter ?

Do you reflect on the evanescent time,

And all stars, the sun and the Moon,

They shine so that you can live on,

My glance,they engulf a universe ?

When you rise in love of all beings,

I pour out insight and wisdom in you,

You taste all bliss and tame power,

The wind listens, obeys the ocean.

Life-Afterlife both I create for beings,

And I want you to be a privy to all this,

To raise incessant your worth in life,

And climb fast the ladder up to Me.

You've caused lesions in the nature,

Think hard in the bottom of your soul,

When the stones and trees invoke me,

Nothing in the world remains static.

See, how I have kept all things intact,

Subtle look though the fibers woven,

Even your life is a blissful bondage,

Do you see the stable constellations ?

Do you need every time a word of God ?

Hear the billowing wind, listen to leaves,

When you perfect hearing, listen true,

Each fleeting moment is a word of God.









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      Eric Dierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I was having a wonderful visual day. I read this and closed my eyes and heard a boy, a bee and some birds. And then I heard the breeze -- no not in the trees or leaves just in the being of the breeze.

      Thank you for that is all the sermon I need today.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      If a great pastor like you approves even a little bit of it, I think it has some worth. I just imagined what would be word of God in the present scenario created by human ? Thanks, Eric for your kind visit, reading and kind comments.

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      The Examiner-1 3 years ago

      How true, Harishprasad, we have to watch and listen closely to every bit of nature and the world around us in order to properly understand and hear God. I believe that you have written it clearly in this poem. I instantly voted it up and pinned it.

      Kevin

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

      I agree with the above comments, just to be quiet and listen to nature nourishes one's soul. Thank you..

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      Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago from Texas

      Harishprasad, I also agree with ALL the above comments, I appreciate you words. Thank you for sharing this.

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      Faith Reaper 3 years ago from southern USA

      Oh, how beautiful. Yes, God is omnipresent! Profound write.

      Up and more and away

      God bless you,

      Faith Reaper

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      Kevin, I just love your insightful comments that speak so much in a few words. You are right, mother nature speaks silently all the truths we are desirous of knowing in this world. Thanks a lot for your kind visit, appreciating the poem and your wonderful comments.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      Thanks, Ruby for stopping by, reading this poem and appreciating it. I'm glad you liked this poem.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      I am delighted to receive your comments, Shyron. Thanks for your kind visit and appreciating the poem.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      Faith, we find a mention of aakashvani or word of God heard in the sky in the ancient texts. A stray thought occurred to me what would be word of God in the present times and these words came to my mind. Your beautiful comments have made my day. Thank you very much and all peace.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      A great way to know what is so meaningful in life. A beautiful thought here.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      Devika, I'm glad that you liked this poem. Every being and even plants are all in sync with the nature and live their lives cheerfully whereas man is intent on subverting and interfering with the laws of nature. I just pondered this fact of life. Thanks for your visit, your kind comments and support as always.

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      Chitrangada Sharan 3 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Beautiful thoughts and so meaningful!

      Akashvani-- the most appropriate word you have selected for this poem's title.

      Thanks for sharing!

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      I'm glad that you liked this poem. ChitrangdaSharan, I have chosen this word intentionally as it is related to that Great Divine Power who is the cause of everything in this world and the yonder worlds. Thanks for your kind visit, appreciating this poem and your cordial comments.

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      John Hansen 3 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Wonderful hub Harishprasad, we should all take more notice of nature and what God has created around us. Mankind is destroying the world God created for us to live in without really caring. Your hub helps remind us what is important.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      You are a lover of nature and care for this wonderful planet inhabited by so myriad beings including us. Our prayers should start from caring for mother nature who cheerfully gives so many bounties to us. If we care for beings and things present in this world, God will take care of us. John, thanks for your kind visit, appreciating the poem and your very wise comments.

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      CrisSp 3 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      I've learned a new word today: "Aakashvani" and it's a beautiful word. Thank you.

      Lovely hub and images.

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      I'm glad to have received your comments on this hub. Cris, we have inherited a wonderful world but what we are bent on turning it out. We have twisted everything and interfered with the things of nature too much. Due to our scant regard for mother nature, all other creatures and even plants and rivers are distressed. My friend, " Aakashvani " is a Hindi word comprising of two words, aakash ( sky ) and vani ( speech ). Thanks for your visit, appreciating this poem and presenting such kind comments.

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      Audrey Howitt 2 years ago from California

      This is beautifully done--inspirational piece!

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      Harish Mamgain 2 years ago from India

      Your words are so precious to me. Audrey, I deem preservation of nature as a real worship of God and hence these words. Thanks for your support and kind words.

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