When the image is born (Part-3) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Vermeer’s painting indicates real things and their relation with human get fractured or broken when a painter pick them for his canvas. This is called implicit silence that may deserve seer’s involvement and his conscious connotation so he can associate him to read the meaning of the real things in art, and as well as the difference it makes from the images of extant reality. Art denies reality and the artist always try to paint what his visual cortex told him to paint. An artist denies the order of things that might make by the humans, and the system now tried to dominate him by this. Artist’s rebellion against the order of things can only save his soul to the ordained discipline of life, where he tried to reverse the order of things through his artistry, as Cubist and Surrealist did and to the consequence Abstract and even the Realistic artform tried to do it often… Let come to the point, how a seer can read the reality a painting object reflexes? How he can differentiate his usual reality sense when he stands in front of the painting canvas with a dizzy mind? Let make the question bit difficult, how he faces the abstraction of life and real objects that are now very frequent in painting canvas? The answer of all these questions is not a ready-made set. We cannot say what he feels that should be treated his judgment to the artwork and rest is immaterial… Continue reading When the image is born (Part-3) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Monster tales and the fictional reality (Second Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Human race really passed a fictional time in the remotest dawn of Indian civilization. There was a clear difference amid the Human, Animal and the Rakshasa, but the exchange was open to all. The three musketeers frequently met each other for lovemaking and battling. Yonder era has sunk down according to the pace of time. Those valiant warriors and genius artists have omitted to the earth. They were public celebrities at that time, was being epical due to the dramatic events of their life. All they appeared on the earth according to the law of fictional reality, and later omitted in the same stream of epical reality. They omitted but left the messages of varicolored exchanges between the Human, Animal, and Rakshasa… Continue reading Monster tales and the fictional reality (Second Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Monster tales and the fictional reality (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… The historical monster is cruel and wild, very blunt to feel the emotion of love and lust, but a fictional monster is a true lover. He is different to the historical narratives of monsters. This monster is a complete lover, he is soft and tender for love and he knows how to take care of love, or how to seize the lovable woman in his dark cave-hole. He is ignorant about flower but very sentient to the woman whose he loves. He entitled the woman a fragrance of blossoming flower. The gigantic gallant eagerly adores the flower, because he provoked himself as the only owner of that flower… Continue reading Monster tales and the fictional reality (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

O Penury and the surplus affluence (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

We were not different to the savage. Our life is not comfortable compared to the sylvan, nor do we live happiest and coziest life than a woodlander. Nature is not heaven and our self-declared heaven is same too. This realization is realistic, though we evenly tried to ignore it by showing our enlightened progress even more. Affluence or poverty is the impact of this pretentious consideration. No system can change the system if we failed to change our perception about life, social class, property utilization and distribution, labor division and a lot other self-made hegemonic wording./ … We need some deep poetic views, needed to look in deep as a philosopher does, and indeed spread our canvas to the grand landscape of natural life to define our position in there. We needed this to realize the rootless journey and backing it again to the root so we can live a balanced life, before closing the chapter of this planetary life. Sometimes a poet or an artist guided us better in such type of ensemble. SM Sultan, the resident of penury-affected Bangladesh was maybe one of the rare. He ignored the system which makes a man (and be the nation) indebted to carry the false perception of humanity, enlightenment and so on. Continue reading O Penury and the surplus affluence (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Cosmic nirvana and Ai’s “The Testimony of J. Robert Oppenheimer” ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Ai is straightforward. Her uneven wording once provoked me to see Oppenheimer’s face in my memory. I discovered him in the relics of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He was standing there as dizzy and defaced. I saw him under the clouds of atomic relics, tried to hide his bleary face in isotopic dust. He looked stoical and inept for receiving the amazing gift of his scientific invention. I was calling him by his nickname; earnestly tried to remind him about Manhattan Project; however, the defaced man was not in responsive mode. He looked stoical, and soon fragmented by pieces in front of my eyes… Continue reading Cosmic nirvana and Ai’s “The Testimony of J. Robert Oppenheimer” ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Know thyself and the unknowable knowing ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

As, a mystic poet of Bengal once seated beside the river, mediated in his thoughtful quest, and suddenly felt that he and the creation is identical here. Creation is the mirror of his existence and he the mirror of creation. He then saw himself a creator of the whole universe, creator of live and inert, and the almighty Lord even. He played his violin to declare: I’m the ground of sky and earth/ I the reason of all/ I’m the basis of heaven and hell/ I the radix of Almighty Lord… Continue reading Know thyself and the unknowable knowing ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Debate dilemma: the Good the Bad and the Ugly ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

However, Krauss is always vivid in any talk or debate, but is it everything? Is it sufficient to fulfill the ideal condition of debate? Does confident jargons and logical approach help listener to think deeply about controversial fact between theism and atheism? Is it helpful for listener considers the conflict of religion and science in light of scientific progress or discourse? I questioned mine many times after watch the debate and it reminds me Bimal Krishna Matilal’s interpretation about debating methods in ancient India… Continue reading Debate dilemma: the Good the Bad and the Ugly ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Dance for the Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Sublimation makes them separate but they have tended to attached them with root-oriented rural life, where life is even today natural and automated by religious belief and mystic feeling of eternity. Bauls are inborn singer of rural nature and its folk tunes. They are whirling around the humanity. Human is the central point of Baul’s thought. They called it “Sohoj Manush” which could be symbolized in English by the term the “Golden Man”. Continue reading Dance for the Eternity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Dancing with mathemagicians ⇒ Dywiann Xyara’s poetry in Mathematical surrealism blog

I don’t know how, but Xyara do this such an ease that I simply get astonished with regrets that: why I came to a decision in my boyhood (and later after long days) to ignore the mathematics as “not my dish to eat”! Why I chase behind the many “false” just to realize that, “I’m existed and really connected or contradict with things that is existed”./ Xyara’s simplified poetic style is indeed my first experience where I see something educative for the math-phobic even. I believe readers will realize it by their own self to reading the mathematical terminology (includes all this sign of sine, cosine, phi, oxymora and lot) in poetic gesture. Continue reading Dancing with mathemagicians ⇒ Dywiann Xyara’s poetry in Mathematical surrealism blog

Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

The visible nature perhaps the first manuscript for human, from where the first curious quest begun, “Who I’m and why I be here?” Answer is yet multiplied and relative by the fact of reality. The existence of “everything” is real when anybody thinks it real, and on the opposite, yonder reality seems not real when anybody considers the rhythmic infusion of the “everything”… The answer (“Who I’m and why I be here?”), is greatly depended to the realization of this spellbound alteration, where the definition (of reality) is bound to rotate by the accord interlinked alteration. The identical twins tried to dig out the great question by following the most recent scientific progress on Anthropic Principle, which is now tried to explain the reason of existence. Continue reading Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

“How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog

We now stand on the modern perspective with the same old question of our fate that, “which is happened after dooms of the body-machine?” Today we’re more curious to deal the “true self” rather the “soul”. What the “Self” is and what do we wanted to mean by “Selfness” or be the “Selflessness”? Question is hypothetical but fact is realistic. We need to dig it for our own interest to understand the relation between the bodied world and the incessantly germinate universe… Continue reading “How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog

The philosophy of suicide ⇒ Massimo Pigliucci’s post on Rationally Speaking Blog

When you feel that you are mismatch in “any context of life” then the adjustment seemed impossible there, you’ve then nothing left to kill your life at any cost. Separation, isolation, detachment, incoherence, apartness… these words almost synonymous to the meaning that life needs comprise with the anomalies, whereas freedom-of-choice is just like the delusion. Life is more societal than the individual is. Societal values and burdens itself a collective “individual” and have to live the moral laws if you wish to be survive. Continue reading The philosophy of suicide ⇒ Massimo Pigliucci’s post on Rationally Speaking Blog