Sunday, December 26, 2010

A Dedication To Friends -poem by 'Nisha JamVwal' on Friendship

I dedicate this poem to my friends, I wrote it for you, you who have been with me through all the rapids, the highs, the beauty and the sometimes not so beautiful, my reactionary A type personality, I am delighted to have you in my life.
If I haven't said it before....


Nisha JamVwal's South African Sparkle

South African Holiday

                                                                                                                                                                                                Switzerland, Saint Tropez, Mont Blanc……… planning dream journeys bring to the imagination exotic locales, but South Africa? That it would one day be my most desired holiday destination with a poignant longing to go back? and without that craving to return to the roller coaster work and play that constitutes Bombay Nisha JamVwal fare! 

Never had I imagined this scenario when I embarked on this astounding holiday! Sometimes its just so magically escapist to run away and imagine that that is what constitutes life?!
With the overload of information in our lives, I had only distantly registered that there is more to South Africa than intricate weaves, voodoo and ebony art. Even when my itinerary was being planned to the minutest detail, wrapping up work for the holiday isolated me from knowledge and expectation. And so the heightened delight for the unexpected adventure and amazement that peppered the exploration of this fascinating country.

Love, Loss & Moving on by Nisha JamVwal

Sometimes I wonder why
The vaulted sky
Translucently glows
Through all the lows
Frowns speck my brow
I’m wondering when
The green glen
Be a valley free
To hug a Tibetan tree
A moody dappled moon
Hides from me
A flower in bloom
Un speckled smiles
Unfettered Miles
I’d rest a while
I’d be a child
There was a before
I’d open the door
To dance ashore
Shed cares I wore
Bask in sunlight

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Breaking Up Survival By Nish JamVwal

I was at the ripe old age of fifteen when ‘he’ crossed the firmament of my romantic dreams. Tall, intense, brooding, silent, – Heathcliffe, (no less), out of the pages of ‘Wuthering Heights”! 

And then my hero, this meteor in human

form, moved out of the aforementioned firmament, leaving behind an irredeemably inconsolable and bereft me. Fits of uncontrollable crying overcame at the remorse that we had not exchanged one single word in all that time our paths crossed! Ever so slowly time reconciled me to an endless life ahead, of forlorn singlehood! And then chance brought him once more to my vicinity. What had the scant month done to him?? 
Just one month had transformed him into this bashful, stoop-shouldered, chinless wonder who gagged in coyness at every mundane query!!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

My Style; My Fashion Choices; Why I wear what I do; What is my style statement!

It's important to be what we are, comfortable from within with our unique choices, not frenetically focused on trends,

Not wearing aubergine because it's the 'in' colour but because you are in sync with the shade. And, of course, to suit your body type.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Nisha Jamvwal's Musing's on Dali

“Every morning, when I wake up, I experience an exquisite joy—the joy of being Salvador Dali—and I ask myself in rapture, ‘What wonderful things this Salvador Dali is going to accomplish today?’”
— Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali

At this moment when i am creating something new in my life, the words of one of my favourite artists come to mind, that flamboyant artist who used bizarre dream imagery to create unforgettable landscapes of his own inner world.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ACT NOW : Bringing Change To The Indian System

To me the failure to come up victors and prove to the world that we are a world force in organizing infrastructure for the Commonwealth Games is a failure again. Nearly as poor as 26 /11

Sunday, September 26, 2010


B(r)AN(d) IT

Nisha JamVwal on Slavery to Luxury Brands

B(r)an(d) it!!

Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months. ... said Oscar Wilde, and wouldn’t you agree when you see society ladies with buldges and protrusions in all non-required places at ‘fashionable’ soiree’s strutting designer labels meant for an entirely different body type with all the beatific bliss of feeling that they are immensely ‘right’ on the fashion front . Never mind looking horrifyingly ‘wrong’. What doesn’t seem to count is appropriateness,

Nisha JamVwal Roller Coaster Called Life