The Prime-Vak Sutra of the Observable Universe from Post-Quantum Logic of Hidden Emotions – The Transactional Dzochen of Hiranyagarva Sutra As Derived From Asta-Kaliya-Nitya-Lila

Radha Krishna Lila

Radha Krishna Lila – depicting the eternal 8-fold daily pastimes


Asta-kaliya-nitya-lila – cc-xx-yy-zz- function Hermitian operator 


“Words are healing.
Words got me the wound
and will get me well

If you believe it.” – Jim Morrison, American Night

Playtime never ends

Excerpt From Gita Govinda by Poet Jayadeva

Excerpt From Gita Govinda by Poet Jayadeva

Garden grows into Eden

Sacred time flowering colours into the deepest substance of one

Then all are entangled in that ecstatic dance

8 times a day spinning causally and retro-causally

To converge to a point or diverge from it /focus or defocus depending upon the camera behaviour of the All-Seeing Eye

In a little drop kindle fire that transubstantiates the rainbow into the white light

The essence of jasmine and rose, divine lotus, sandal and tulsi

Where are we?

In that garden like a blade of grass or like a butterfly

Making music that never ends

Breathing our lives in one continuous flow

A stream of ananda which Sri Caitanya called the love stream

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy the Eternal Seer

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy the Eternal Seer

It gave birth to Sat and Chit forces uniting with it to activate the universal thought

The rose is now the garden

The swing the star

The actors come and go from inside me

Filling eternity with the rasa of delight – The Prime-vak sutra of the Observable universe from Post-Quantum Logic of hidden emotions – the transactional Dzochen of Hiranyagarbha Sutra

There will be light in rhythm of darkness – The Advancing golden point in the dark energy acceleration

The moon is shining and tender leaves are talking to the winds

The river flows and the birds are waiting backwards in time

The dance is our near future de sitter horizon intersecting at a revelry point called the Nitya-Ananda (eternal gyration)

From that you create the pastimes for me and I create the order where you will play

In a never ending configuration that fulfils itself

Participate in that play – Asta-kaliya-nitya-lila – Open Function Lie-Sphere Dupin Hypersurface (Khirod Manthane Suryer Madhu-Kana)






APRIL 17, 2015 – APRIL 18, 2015




A Point Incarnates a Liberating Consciousness in Space-Time: You cannot petition the Lord with Prayer (Birds of Fire Quantum Jump)

A Point Incarnates a Liberating Consciousness in Space-Time: You cannot petition the Lord with Prayer (Birds of Fire Quantum Jump)

“When I was back there in seminary school/there was a person there

Mahavishnu Orchestra, circa 1973: Birds of Fire

Mahavishnu Orchestra, circa 1973: Birds of Fireseminary schoolThere was a person there

Who put forth the proposition
That you can petition the Lord
with prayer
Petition the Lord with prayer
Petition the Lord with prayer
You cannot petition the Lord
with prayer”

– Jim Morrison 


Navadurga, Varanasi: Step into the 9 Days the day is Divinity

Navadurga, Varanasi: Step into the 9 Days the day is Divinity

Naivadya ar patharer thala

Mukto mandire ashim rat o maha-prakash

Samayer bandhan hate mukti kalchakre

Three-fold time into three-fold space is the nine-on-nine of one-in-eternity

Square root of time in bliss is one

Thou hast seen the emerging signs

Lion cast on the mosaic patterns reveal the real transformation crucible of the dust


From earth to the higher heavens of this creational zygote

The horse feeds the mouth of lunar oracles of the zeta-million galaxies

The sun is a boat on the rivers of ecstasy

Floating like Noah

You cannot Petition the Lord with Prayer:  Jim_Morrison/ Frankfurt circa 1968/photograph by Alten Nikolaikirche

You cannot Petition the Lord
with Prayer:
Frankfurt circa 1968/photograph by Alten Nikolaikirche

Torn by the four winds spinning at the centre of it all

An eye of opening; the penultimate cry

The garden where all innocence was lost

In the flock of the Father the feather of the bird anoints the air

In the cave contour of consciousness, silence equivocates not

Her hand on the wheel runs the chariot perfecting the flowering of love

She from him as the Maha-Vishnu point of the original locale

Frenzied in the trident of triple transformation of being

Breathing the whole cosmic order as the kriya-kalpa of kal-mination

Mind cognizes with the quantum field and becomes the observer observed

Through the mirror you are lost in time

In the many hidden realities of existence

Thou hast seen the light from the navel not the lotus

On the road ahead Krishna has become Kalki of the tenth incarnation

Step into the nine days

The day is divinity!

– Joy


Salvador Dali’s Meditative Rose (1958) And The Parabrahman Grace Descending on Earth

Meditative Rose, Salvador Dali, 1958


The rose is the apple in the sky of the sun
Parabrahman grace descending on earth
A higher cause evolutes on its own
Shantih Shantih Shantih
Three times three and one brings Sri Aditya
KalVishnu is KalVishnu in KalVishnu as KalVishnu
Christ the alter on the hard metal face
Drops of snow melts and gives the lonely spring the call
Fluting the sweet rhythm of the poetry of dance
Chanting the numbers on the spatial galactic mind of the Creatrix
Eternity embraces the Dali of time.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Paul Gauguin’s The Seed of Areoi (1892): A Higher Bodhi Embodiment of the Radiant Phalanxes of the Sun

The Seed of Areoi, 1892,  Paul Gauguin (French 1848-1903), MoMA: Mesuem of Modern Art, NY

Consciousness-Analogue: The Seed of Areoi

The colonial arcades banished the dream

Art sprang from the five senses of the Spirit

That ever revolute ensphering beauty’s occult lines

Each hemisphere allocates a design, a diagram

A pattern inborn from the self-dissolution of the cosmic force

Bridal and creative it projects itself into the surrounding space

In colored lines or in diamond flakes of the crystal sound

The rim of the letters are edged in gold

A conscious chanting was an essential prayer

It unraveled the secrets of an ancient race

Something that lost its own sense of wonder and awe

Because the riddle was unlocked for such a long time

It’s the pressure of a new advent that unwind the soul

The Surya-Devas manifest in beings

Inanimate felt the sudden touch of the mother’s conscious force

As if the inconscient was teased out from its colonized captivity

Incarceration was a dead old chapter

New action has triggered the foundation of peace

A new race stands affirm like pillars in burning gold

Their consciousness their guiding force, their love their sacred hearts

A musical overflow ran into every leaf, bole, nectar and nest

Substance not unveiled was responding to her call

Like a bird that hears the call of a mating song bird

Like a soul that passes through the arches of time to embrace it’s longing soul

A festival ran riot not in the profuse vision of a film or art

But in every matter’s subatomic domain

A wave surged itself into the ocean of infinity

Trinetra expressed itself through every gate of  the new consciousness

And the Will took the command from the man to Superman.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Notes: Surya-Devas refers to the Sun God (Apollo) and it can widen to include vedic solar deities as well.

Trinetra: It is the vertical eye, the front eye of Lord Shiva usually designated as the eye of fire (agni) for the  perception of higher consciousness.  It can also mean self-intuitive faculties and higher yogic reflexes used in the process of creational cognition and self-dissolution of the senses when required.

Superman: A term coined by Neitzsche but used experientially by Sri Aurobindo in his Integral Yoga.  ” Supermind is superman; therefore to rise beyond mind is the condition.  To be the superman is to live the divine life, to be a god; for the gods are the powers of God. Be a power of God in humanity.  To live in the divine Being and let the consciousness and bliss, the will and knowledge of the Spirit possess thee and play with thee and through thee, this is the meaning.  This is the transfiguration of thyself on the mountain. It is to discover God in thyself and reveal him to thyself in all things. Live in his being, shine with his light, act with his power, rejoice with his bliss. Be that Fire and that Sun and that Ocean. Be that joy and that greatness and that beauty.  When thou hast done this even in part, thou hast attained to the first steps of supermanhood”. – Sri Aurobindo in the 1st section of The Hour of God (The Divine Superman, 1918)

1st Jan, 1969, The Mother experienced the descent of Superman Consciousness in herself.  In her words what followed:  ‘A golden light, transparent and… benevolent. “Benevolent” in the sense of a certainty – a harmonious certainty…. It gave the impression of a personal divinity who comes to help….’.

Rabindranath Tagore’s Paintings: The Fundamental Dynamics of a Polysemic Descent of Consciousness and the Coplanar States of Being and Existence

Rabindranath Tagore’s Paintings: The Fundamental Dynamics of a Polysemic Descent of Consciousness and the Coplanar States of Being and Existence

Here, I have allowed myself to write the Consciousness-Analogues for a couple of Rabindranath Tagore’s paintings and each of these is like a free-meditative verse that comes as a spontaneous flow without the checkposts of the mind’s logic, not ungrammered but allowing it to take shape and bear its own formation which when true to the art itself may carry the light and the thought of an evolving spirit.

Painting 1- Rabindranath Tagore, Untitled


The sea, the sky, fire, air and wood

Constitute the living space of this vast kingdom

Inwards they dwell in me

And in me

As from my mind they appear foreseen

Long ago on the screen of the eye

Projected backwards into space or forwards into time

Till they meet at one eternal conjunctional point

The point that configures the creational order

When self-illumination touches the zenith of the light

Krishna chakre Radha, Radha chakre Krishna

Anante bahe mor pran

Giant wheels of the cosmic force spin on the Will

And on that Will stands the prayer for humanity

Sri Aurobindo has lived beyond his words and deeds

Not intense philosophies can shroud his listening soul

At the heart, he is of That Impersonal Being

That lends vision to the eyes, sound to the ears.

 Painting 2: Rabindranath Tagore, Untitled, 1934


Poila boishakher phool

Beguni aakash rater tara gulo nistabdha, akaki akhon

Bujhi hriday duyar khole daay

Aar achirei pari day dur gagane

Sayantan sabha aak deshe

Niye othe jajabor matrikar pran

Brishter akulo dharay

E bhabanir mandire mukto ami aaj

Pralay nache banglar naba noton saaj

Chirodin jano ray e prarthoner phool 

Samayer gopon mantre dole dodul dul

History creates its own precedents

The sonata of life is now not a dream

It authors the chapter of a paradise bloom

Its mighty visions wrest with time and death

Though the body is battered, or beaten or assailed

Its victory that signals the coming of the gods

Pitri loke maatri puja

Aamar alok sambad

Jharer pradip nebhe nay jwale

Niye ashe suryer amrita pran

The immortal spirit rests in peace

The sun at its crest, the moon at its heart

Music overflowes the blind alleys of death

Awakening every bud like a sweet reprise

With Beethoven, Rabindranath and the rest…

– Regards, Joy Roy Choudhury

The Seeds that make us the Golden Chariot of the Sun: A Prayer and a Hymn for Japan (March,2011)

The Seeds that make us the Golden Chariot of the Sun: A Prayer and a Hymn for Japan (march, 2011)

One Hundred Flower Series, Japanese Woodblock, Kono Bairei (1844-1895)

The One Hundred Flower Series Japanese Woodblock print is Kōno Bairei, Japanese painter, book illustrator and art teacher who was a member of the Ukiyo-e school. Bairei was a master of kacho-e painting (depictions of birds and flowers) in the Meiji period of Japan. Following Bairei works and by others, there was a resurgence of the Japanese Woodblock Print Movement in the early 20th century. The Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters like Monet, Degas etc. in Europe followed their inspiration from the Japanese ukiyo-e  masters. The Japanese printer makers were in demand, Monet himself an art collector, purchased a lot of Japanese prints from the art dealers of Netherlands. His art collection included works of the legendary artists like Hokusai, Hiroshige, and Utamaro. Japanese print making revived the natural beauty of life that was getting lost in the heavy philosophy of pragmatism and utility.

Consciousness-Analogue: One Hundred Flower Series

The spring brings memory of a hidden alter of love:

The bee-hive we built around the circle of the sun

Our years have passed toiling in the seas

Kayaking on the dangerous 13feet waves

We lived without fear, without tear, without sorrow

Melting like ice in the soft summer breeze

We are the seers, the rishis of the glorious past

Living like the miracle of the Infinite One

A cosmic power drives our souls

Born from the supernal consciousness of light

It acts in our acts, thinks in our thoughts

And made us aware of the emblem of truth

Invoking the strength that exceeds the frail humanity’s cry

To live beyond the tragedy of the severing earth

Beyond the horror, the despair and the death

For time unfolds the hidden seeds planted inside

The seeds make us the golden chariot of the sun.

– Joy Roy Choudhury



The Cranes, KORIN Ogata (1658-1716), Japan/ Claude Monet’s Japanese Print Collection

This is Japanese Art Print by the famous 17th century Japanese painter and lacquerer, KORIN Ogata. An artist of the Rinpa School, many of Ogata’s art prints show the influence of nature (birds/flowers/natural scenes) in their varying moods and the subtle relationship it has on the artist’s mind. Its art as something beautiful, natural and simple with colours that reflect nature’s impressions like on a film that speaks the haiku of the heart. Here, art doesn’t appeal to the vital instincts of the viewer or to the prana but directly to the heart or hridaya, the birthplace of emotions. Sri Aurobindo in the “The National Value of Art’ spoke about art’s role in the ‘purification of the heart, the cittasuddhi, which Aristotle assigned as the essential office of poetry”. Here, Ogata’s art not only ‘stills the emotions and teaches them the delight of a restrained emotion’ (The National Value of Art, Sri Aurobindo) but it also evokes a mood of peace and silence that’s instilled in the very verve of nature. It must also be said this art was bought by Claude Monet, who himself was the pioneer of impressionist painting in Europe, but here, Ogata’s art seemed to have the early seeds in an involuted form that would finally emerge later in Europe as Impressionism proper by Monet, Courbet, Lepine, Morisot and others.


Consciousness- Analogue: The Cranes


Serene are the cranes by the waterside

They await a ripple to dance in the pool

Some are born others are washed away

By nature’s own tidal hands

But beauty resides in the land of the sun

Forever they glow in the spring and the fall

Their million voices rising in the air

Makes the heaven shake its slumber and sleep

To see young ones blossoming with the hope of light

And Death cannot tear their veil of the soul

For immortal they are in cycles of time.

– Joy Roy Choudhury


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Concerts MICHEL ORION du 3 au 28 mars, à Paris

16th March 2009, Paris: Michel Orion will be singing from Charles Baudelaire’s iconic book Les fleurs du mal lyric poems like L’albatros, Le léthé, A une passante, La pipe, A une mendiante rousse, La mort des pauvres, Le goût du néant, L’invitation au voyage, Brumes et pluies, Le serpent qui danse, Le soleil among others.

For more info: Du 3 au 28 mars 2009 à 21H.
Relâche les dimanches, lundis et les 13 et 14 mars.
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“Ray…”: Art Exhibition based on films of legendary film maker Satyajit Ray

6th June, 2008: Delhi based painter Bhaskar Singha has worked for 8 long years to produce a series of paintings based on film maker Satyajit Ray’s iconic films like Charulata, Apu Trilogy, Parash Pathar, Jalsagar, Devi, Nayak etc. Bhaskar’s oeuvre is quite fascinating as he experimented with themes from the films which were disposed to a new narrative space of the artist’s perspective making the works a meta-narrative in the visual space where colours mingle with characters in a beautiful rendition associated with the aesthetic process of human imagination. Most of the works are acrylic on canvas where Bhaskar has practiced a new method of giving a transparent effect to generate ‘air’ in his creations. “I have applied ten different layers of colours on the canvases, and yet, the first layer is still visible giving the painting a feel of sculpture”, says, Bhaskar Singha.

The exhibition titled “Ray…” took place at Birla Academy of Art & Culture and was inaugurated by MS Madhabi Mukherjee, renowned actress of Indian cinema on 27th May, 2008.

Bhaskar Singha is a very prominent Indian artist working in Delhi. He has won Camlin Foundation Award in 2005.

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India by Magnum- Plural Perspectives, photo exhibition at Bose Pacia, Kolkata

23rd May, 2008, Kolkata: A photo exhibition by Magnum photographers on India titled Plural Perspectives is currently shown at Bose Pacia, Kolkata with support from The Embassy of France in India and Alliance Francaise du Bengale. The year of India’s Independence, 1947, coincided with the birth of Magnum Photos, a cooperative agency owned by its members. This exhibition showcases the work of 14 Magnum photographers who followed the “pulse of the times” in their work lending a perspective to the images where in Henri Cartier-Bresson’s words “the little human detail can become a leitmotif”. The multiplicity of vision covering the silent scenes of Henri Cartier-Bresson to the light and shade of Gueorgui Pinkhassov and the classical graceful style of Raghu Rai are a delight to watch. The works of 14 photographers showcased include Henri Cartier-Bresson, Raghu Rai, Werner Bischof, Marilyn Silverstone, Ferdinando Scianna, Bruno Barbey, Martine Franck, Steve McCurry, John Vink, Alex Majoli, Bruce Gilden, Carl De Keyzer, Harry Gruyaert, Gueorgui Pinkhassov.

India by Magnum- Plural Perspectives will be on view from May 6 to May 31, 6-8 pm at Bose Pacia Kolkata.

For more info, please contact: Joy Roy Choudhury at

14 Sculptors and the Aesthetic of Silence: Samokal Art Gallery, Kolkata, 19th May-2nd June, 08

22nd May, 2008, Kolkata: Paul Virilio, the Director of the Ecole speciale d’Architecture in Paris wrote: “Silence no longer has a voice. It LOST ITS VOICE half a century ago…The voices of silence have been silenced” (Art and Fear, Paul Virilio). This aesthetic of silence which Virilio classified as a standard feature of contemporary modern art has much to do with the scientific development of multimedia generated aesthetics of disappearance. That contemporary art is pitiless was foreboded by Camus even in the 20th century before the gizmos and the interactive feed-back of virtual reality hit the market. (This pitiless century, the twentieth.- Albert Camus). So, Virilo’s scathing criticism of contemporary art in general arose from a feeling that artists have traded themselves into an endless freedom of artistic expression which is anti-nature or counter nature in its character. The gradual elimination of nature as the theme of contemporary art is more a cause for deep concern than a mere pronouncement of art for art’s sake. Had Virilio visited the art exhibition at Samokal Art Gallery which has brought together works of the best sculptors of Bengal, he would have found real delight in the aesthetics on display amidst white walls symbolizing piety. Right from Bipin Goswami’s Bird sculpted in bronze to Niranjan Pradhan’s mytho-poeic Ganesha sculpted in wood to Gopinath Roy’s Face impression experimented in synthetic oxloid to a more iconic Mother and Child in bronze by Subroto Paul ending with a mise-enscène- of Shankar Ghosh’s Waiting in bronze, all these works are more about the natural relations of existence and the artistic experience it offers. The themes range from mythical to secular and domestic with a penchant for natural simplicity and harmony. Chandan Roy’s Symphony in bronze has two characters oppositely faced but bound to each other by harmony and cadence of stylistic expression and architectural ideation. Similarly, Somnath Chakraborty’s Card Player is a museum piece – its sculpted like an old artifact that gave it a dimension of a historical time. Such an aesthetic display is ethical in value- it revives in us the fire of a living life at the heart of nature because we must put out the excess rather than the fire as heraclitus has warned. The works of sculpture remain silent; this silence doesn’t disappear into a meaningless abstraction of meaning and its crisis as in modern art. It appears again and again as the “thisness” (haecceitas) of creation through which both the artist and the viewer could know directly the individual and particular objects. That Manik Talukdar’s Lady-I sculpted in a coyingly standing posture is different from the same feminine subject of a reclining women in Chandan Roy’s Relaxing, tells much about the differentials of artistic experience and its stylistic expression. They are all about what Gerard Manley Hopkins’ coined the inscape and instress of creation, the former being the characteristics that give the object its uniqueness and the later the impulse that holds the inscape in the mind of the viewer. All these works silently correspond to the beauty of human creation and the grace of nature.

The exhibition “14 Eminent Sculptors” takes place at Samokal Art Gallery, Kolkata from 19th May, 2008 to 2nd June, 2008, 4-8 pm daily.

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