Founder | Curator
While reading and writing may seem like solitary acts, both become so much richer when one is immersed in an active community. That’s why I founded त्रिya, to provide a meeting place for my fellow haikai enthusiasts.
यद्यपि पढ़ना और लेखन एकान्त कृत्यों की तरह लग सकतें हैं, दोनों धनी हो जाते हैं जब एक सक्रिय समुदाय में डूब जाते हैं । यही कारण है कि मैंने हाईकाई साहित्य में रूचि रहने वाले लेखक मित्रों के लिए एक बैठक स्थल प्रदान करने के लिए त्रिya की स्थापना की।
हिंदी संपादक, लघु कविताएँ
Editor, Micro poems
“Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”
― Anton Chekhov
About the Book
Haiku, the simple three-line form of Japanese poetry, has been seen from various perspectives — to convey an aesthetic image, appreciate nature and transience, and accept death in ourselves and everything around us. Haiku brings us the birth and end of each moment.
Everything is stripped away to its naked state. In Japanese aesthetics, imperfection, impermanence, and incompleteness are defined to express the beauty of arts. Moss represents one of the characteristics of wabi-sabi, adding simplicity, calm, age, and stillness to nature. Moss-laden Walls is a collection of haiku and senryu, which deal with every facet of life. Like the moss that grows in the wall crevices of old temples, abandoned homes, and burial places, these poems have the scent of poetic dampness in them.
Moss Laden Walls
By Teji Sethi, (Hawakal Publishers, 2021). 107 pages; ISBN: 978-93-91431-05-1. Price: Rs. 350, USD 14.99
Order your copy here: Moss-Laden Walls: haiku and senryu - HAWAKAL PUBLISHERS
friends of Triya
Absolutely stunning magazine and this is going to go far in the annals of Indian haikai movement. Wishing you the heights you want to reach with your vision and passion.
~ Kala Ramesh, Director Triveni Haikai India
Wonderful initiative. This is just what is needed - Haiku to reach and move more people. May it reach many many readers .
~ Neera Kashyap, writer & reviewer
Thanks for having chosen haiku and tanka and lend an Indian voice to it. This is going to be by far one of the most sought after magazine in our national language and you have lit the spark.
~ Lakshmi Iyer, haiku enthusiast
Such a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing website. Congratulations for launching a magazine for haiku and tanka in Hindi; that is really commendable and exciting. I’m positive it’s going to be a visual delight. Looking forward to reading (rather experiencing) it.
~ Firdaus Parvez, poet
त्रिया जैसी पहल देखकर बहुत खुशी हुई। त्रिया के लिए एक सार्थक और लम्बी यात्रा की कामना करती हूँ !
~ अमृता प्रभु, लेखक