|Reviews for Daksh Yagna|
| hiram09 chapter 12 . 8/7/2013
" "He does not realize my daughter's dedication tom e." in the last paragraph. A typo, nothing more. I am amazed at the beauty and charm of this wistful story. You are a master. You tell me you just sat down and wrote is basically as it stands. That is a testament to your skill.
| SiahXSiren chapter 2 . 8/7/2013
Ooh, I love how you give a detailed start to the story as it gives the reader all the information necessary to see where your starting from and where your going to go with this. I love all stories based in mythology generally so another brownie point :) I don't really have any advice for improvements just lots of likes! I like your depiction of Shiva as self sacrificing as I think that's an important divine quality. I like that you hint at the possibility of everything being made right in time, even though I'm guessing it will be a struggle to get there. Overall, definitely left me wanting to read more.
| Any59.0 chapter 13 . 8/6/2013
I wouldn't mind seeing many sequels, actually. You are very good at storytelling.
| hiram09 chapter 8 . 8/1/2013
You write beautifully and with vivid imagery. Your story flows easily and there is never a dirth or excess of detail. In my humble opinion, you are above and beyond any critique from me. I will, in honor of your request, give any feedback that comes to mind as I read on, but what I have read so far presences my silence.
| hiram09 chapter 4 . 8/1/2013
You write very well. Your words do not seem hurried or forced. Your style is very appropriately like an ancient tale which ignores issues like the passage of hours between relevant observations. I am very please to have discovered your story here and will keep reading it. I will comment if I find anything that I feel my humble comments justifiably address. Thank you for this gift. It promises to be very imaginative.
| Banana cream Pie12 chapter 83 . 6/13/2013
Oh boy...that was epic! I can't wait for the sequel!
Thanks for introducing me to Devon Ke Dev - Mahadev. You've made my entire year with this. Seriously! :)
It's so sad that my Hindi is nonexistent. I can't understand a word they're saying. But the pictures are so beautiful that I'll continue watching the series (even if I don't understand anything) when I have caught up to episode 400 (or wherever they are at the moment).
The good thing: Christmas isn't far away and I know that I'll treat myself with the DVD box (which has English subs. Yay!).
| Eternalis chapter 83 . 6/6/2013
I was going to say...you have to write the rest, there must be a rest. There is always a rest of the story...There will always be a rest of every story, and an end. And I believe that some people know when things are supposed to end. The people who know when a storm is coming, the cat that they say unerringly predicts death. Someone once said, and I don't remember who now, that endings should have the same dignity and beauty and light that is reserved for beginnings. But then we get in to the definition of what is a beginning and what is an end...and if I keep writing like this, I'll go on forever.
The song that played through most of the story, and which I will always associate with it, is Whispering Thoughts by Christian Calcatelli. I go toward bleakness instinctively, and you could hardly find something in this day and age that is more beautiful, dignified, and utterly, starkly bleak than those chords.
In a nutshell, I loved it. It's food for thought. And for an instant, I can let go of my cynicism, and hold to the hope that such a being resides somewhere in this universe...because that's like believing that music has a soul and still lives somewhere in time. And if you can't believe in music, what is left?
| aditya chapter 14 . 5/4/2013
please mention the date on which you are going post new chapters.
| aditya chapter 33 . 5/3/2013
please upload new chapters as soon as you can.
| aditya chapter 11 . 5/1/2013
please upload new chapters.
| aditya chapter 17 . 4/27/2013
please read my personal mails
| aditya chapter 79 . 4/27/2013
I was thrilled to see two new chapters updated.I personally think the same thing would have happned at that time.
| aditya chapter 80 . 4/27/2013
keep it up.
| aditya chapter 16 . 4/25/2013
Forgive me if i have written anywhere that hinduiasm is greater.
I respect every religion i this world.
It is our nature that we only see things in the way we want to see them.
GOD IS ONE AND ONLY.
BESIDES THE UNIVERSE IS GOD, YOU JUST HAVE TO FEEL IT.
| aditya chapter 6 . 4/25/2013
I AM POSTING THIS REVIEW TO GIVE YOU THE TRUE INFORMATION ABOUT WHO CAME FIRST IN THE TRIMURTIES AND ADI SHAKTI.
Considering the theory of polarity given by stephen hawkings as “every positive force in the universe will have same amount of negative force with we must assume that universe is existing and not existing at the same time[positive plus -(negative) 0].
Lord vishnu is the protective force(positive infinite force) and lord shiva is the destructive force(negative infinite force) and barhma is neutrical force(neither positive nor negative or 0 force) then the equation of universe is like this:-
LORD VISHNU - LORD SHIVA /- LORD BRAHMA 0.
GODDESS SHAKTI IS THE PERSONIFICATION OF POWER OF LORD SHIVA.
TRIMURTIES AND TRIDEVIES EXISTS ETERNALLY.
YOU MUST BE FAMILIER WITH THE WORD “OM“ . IN SNASKRIT IT IS WRITTEN AS “AUM“. Where:-
A WORD “““A“““ TAKEN FROM NAME OF LORD BR“A“HMA.
U WORD “““U“““ TAKEN FROM THE NAME OF LORD VAS“U“DEVA( another name of lord vishnu).
M WORD “““M“““ TAKEN FROM THE NAME OF LORD VA“M“DEVA(ANOTHER TRUE BAME OF LORD SHIVA).
HERE AU O [IF THESE WORDS WOULD HAVE BEEN WRITTEN IN ““DEVANAGRI LIPI““ OF SNASKRIT LANGUAGE OR HINDI LANGUAGE GRAMMER.
SO AUM OM.
YOU CAN SAY THAT LORD BRAHMA CAME FROM LORD VISHNU.
THE THEORY OF WORLD THAT IS IS EXISTING AND NOT EXISTING AT THE SAME TIME IS CALLED “MAYA“ IN HINDUIASM.
ASK ME ANY QUESTION IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT ABOUT GOD.