By Raghuvir sharan Sharma

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Whenever new notions knocked at the door, it was the urakhar in me that was eager to open the door. Urakhar refers to the words in one's heart, the expression of uninhabited notions of the heart.

Sometimes, there is an aroma of memories, and sometimes, there is despondency because of circumstances. Sometimes, there is indignation because of faith, and sometimes, there is only the silence of time gone by.

Amidst this, there is also an attempt to question our self by looking into ourselves. There is the freedom to express our notions without any restrictions. Let's listen to something and say something from the heart through Urakhar.