VECHALELI PHULE By KHALIL JIBRAAN
This is a 2nd set of a Khalil Gibran`s 18 meteors translated by V. S.
Khandekar. The 1st was ‘Suvarnakan` Gibran`s writing is the resultant
product of lots of thinking that of a poet, a critic and philosopher.
This combination not only makes his literature readable but also gives
it a depth, a suspense. Khandekar introduced a new way of introducing
the stories by Gibran. The analysis of Gibrans stories helps to find the
true meaning behind its suspense, it helps to reveal the beauty of the
theme concealed behind the meaning. Gibrans stories appear to be a
darkened cave initially, but when allowed to touch them, read them,
understand them, they are the most enlightened ones. These meteors are
very short, yet they reveal different aspects of life very strongly.
They represent a soul which has one ultimate aim. They are aware of the
ups and downs of life. They are aware of the fraud, untruthfulness,
injustice, tyranny that people face in life. These meteors us all aware
of these worst conditions of life, as they have one ultimate aim that of
increasing the sanctity. If the readers spend a few moment they will
also find themselves in a world which is more holy, more spacious and