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Editor of Sahyadri Books & Bloom Books, Trivandrum. Author of several books in English and in Malayalam. And also author of Swan: The Intelligent Picture Book. Born and brought up in the beautiful hamlet of Nanniyode in the Sahya Mountain Valley in Kerala. Father British Council-trained English teacher and mother University-educated. Matriculation with distinction and University Studies in Science with National Merit Scholarship. Discontinued Diploma Studies in Electronics and entered politics. Unmarried and single.

Author of several books in English and in Malayalam including poetical collections and fictions, a few of which are, Ulsava Lahari, Kaalam Jaalakavaathilil, Darsana Deepthi, Puzhayozhukee Eevazhi, Vaidooryam, Manal, Jalaja Padma Raaji, Goodlaayi Graamum, Time Upon My Window Sill and Swan, the Intelligent Picture Book.

Devised and implemented PROPÈS-INDIA, Project for the Popularization of English Songs in India.

Blog: http://sahyadribooks-remesh.blogspot.com/

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E 035 My Lady’s Grave Emily Bronte Poem By P S Remesh Chandran

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

Where would you like your grave to be laid- near to your home or in the wild? Would you like a place where larks and bees and linnets well hide you and never shows you out, and wild deer browse above your breast and wild birds raise their brood on you, and after enjoying your smiles of love leave you to your solitude? In the land of death the light of joy never fades and grief does not flow unchecked. The dark walls of death do not shut out and enclose joy for ever. The ...

Video of My Lady’s Grave by Emily Bronte. Music, Sung and Recorded By P S Remesh Chandran in 2016. YouTube release link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBPjeBPwfAA

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E 034 Where Lies The Land Arthur Clough Poem By P S Remesh Chandran

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

Which does a sailor love more- shore or sea- is a question long remaining unanswered. Of course shore has its charms but sea also has its many. A good sailor can never answer which he loves the most. Nothing in land can exchange for the pleasantness of pacing the smoothly polished deck and, reclining over the stern, watching the widening foaming wake passing below. The broad expanses, immeasurable distances and unfathomable depths of the ocean, with its dire challenges o...

Video of Where Lies The Land by Arthur Clough. Music, Sung and Recorded By P S Remesh Chandran in 2016. YouTube release link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjtjXiGW05c

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E 033 A Birth Day Christina Rossetti Poem By P S Remesh Chandran

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

A love-laden mind is always happy. It’s always like singing birds nesting in healthy surroundings, trees bent with plenty of fruits and rainbows over peaceful seas, perhaps gladder than them all. Why? Because, her love is coming! That’s when she wishes to ascend a pulpit of silken purple dyes, carved meticulously with doves and peacocks and pomegranates, and worked in golden grapes and leaves and silver lilies. Why? Because, her love is coming for her birthday!! A typica...

Video of A Birth Day by Christina Rossetti. Music, Sung and Recorded By P S Remesh Chandran in 2016.

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E 032 Row Row Row The Boat Unknown Poet By P S Remesh Chandran : F...

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

‘Row Row Row The Boat’ is a very old English song for teaching little children the art of musical singing as well as English pronunciation. Listening to the lines the child learns without the assistance of a teacher the three essentials rhyme, rhythm and lyrics. The song has had so many variations and so many tunes during the past centuries, its origin believed to be in earlier than the eighteenth century. People who are used to rowing will find this song useful and hand...

Flash Video of Row Row Row The Boat By Unknown Poet. Music, Sung and Recorded By P S Remesh Chandran in 2016. YouTube release link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psme2YiOjPI

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E 031 Ten Green Bottles Unknown Poet By P S Remesh Chandran : : F...

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

‘Ten Green Bottles Hanging On The Wall’ is a very old English song for teaching little children the art of counting as well as English pronunciation and music. Listening to the lines the child learns the three without the assistance of a teacher. The song has had so many variations and so many tunes during the past centuries, its origin believed to be around the fourteenth century. People who are reluctant to use the word ‘hanging’ which hints death repeatedly in the son...

Flash Video of Ten Green Bottles By Unknown Poet. Music, Sung and Recorded By P S Remesh Chandran in 2016. YouTube release link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UTIQrqNUIg

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Is Reformation Over For Hinduism? : Mad Things Happening In The N...

By: P. S. Remesh Chandran

Hinduism had been undergoing reformation through all centuries. Whenever it reached a stage where further reformation was unacceptable to those higher in the hierarchy, dissatisfied people formed new religions and flocked to these. Buddhism was one such example. 20th century and 21st century Hinduists tend to believe that all reformation needed in this religion, and possible in this religion, has already happened and nothing more is needed or possible. But it is never al...

First the temples were walled-in, so that the priests grabbing the breasts of women could not be seen from the outside. Then there came electric lights, replacing the mellow oil lamps and taking away the ambience of softness in the temple atmosphere, bringing in ruthless harshness instead, reflecting the perpetrators’ minds well. The chants and prayers from human lips were the next to go, to be replaced with coarse recorded instrumentalized music from cassette players, c...

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If all the Seas were One Sea Poem

By: PSRemesh Chandran BloomBooksChannel, Performer

It's an old English song which often found its way into many English text books the world over. A primitive prototype rendering of this song was made in a crude tape recorder decades earlier, in 1984. In 2014, a home made video of this song was released. This third version is comparatively better. The next version, we hope, would be fully orchestrated. This song was originally part of the project PROPÈS INDIA or Project For The Popularization of English Songs In India, r...

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