Tavita means tasveer mein kavita. For me a good picture is one that stirs the soul to spring a poem. 
Much like the picture of viyog inspired the great Ramayan.

Tavita also means the ‘eighth’. And eighth implies Krishna, the so-called eighth (son) of Devaki. 
And in Krishna, the ever beautiful, all art and creativity starts and end… 

So are eight poems with eight lines about eight pictures, but all dedicated to the one Krishna. 
Here, the one becomes many and the many become one.

Nivedit is tavita

-      Varun (mumukshu)
Let there be more, Hari Ananta, Hari katha Ananta

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