Category: Poets of Ekya

Bangalore Days – Poem by Nidhi Bhavsar

Titled ‘Bangalore Days’, this poem by Nidhi Bhavsar of Grade IX, Ekya School JP Nagar reflects on the early glories of a city that is now a shadow of its former self, thanks to endless urbanization. Bangalore, once a paradise....

/ June 18, 2018

Ekya Summer Stories – Purvi’s Poetry

Ms. Purvi from Ekya School ITPL wrote to us, as part of our summer stories submission, telling us that she hadn’t been to any place in particular but she spent her summer writing poetry which she wishes to share with...

/ May 19, 2018

Life – Poem by Trishikha Kiran Rao

On this feature of Poets of Ekya, Trishika Kiran Rao from Grade X, Ekya School JP Nagar pens her thoughts on life and its journey of ups and downs. If only life was simple Without its ups and downs, A...

/ April 18, 2018

Mother’s Gift – Poem by S. Madhivadhanan

On this feature of Poets of Ekya, we celebrate the wonderful piece of S. Madhivadhanan, Grade IX, Ekya School ITPL. Titled ‘Mom’s Gift’, the poem captures the degree of emotions that a gift brings to a child, with a bittersweet...

/ December 18, 2017
Poets of Ekya

Trees – Poem by Rishikesh Muralimohan

One of our young budding poets, Rishikesh Muralimohan of Grade 3 at Ekya JP Nagar writes this piece, thanking trees for the role they play in the environment. Thank you, Trees, For giving me clean air to breathe, Even though you...

/ November 6, 2017

‘On the First Day of School’ – Poem by Devika Nair, Ekya School, ITPL

First day of school brings out so many emotions; excitement across the faces of teachers welcoming their new students, anticipation as parents gather to see off their children at the school gate, eagerness of the kids to begin their year...

/ June 3, 2017

The tale of Kaladham – Pragya Kallanagowder, Grade 8, Ekya School, J P Nagar

The tale of Kaladham – a small archaeological museum in Hampi While on a vacation at Hampi, my family and I stayed at Hyatt Place in the Vidyanagar township built by Jindal Steel works. Upon exploring the township, we came...

/ March 2, 2017