No Compromise Monday
You throw filth on the living and flowers on the dead.
Such a glimpse as that is no basis for an accurate description.
When I turned myself over to God, I took my life out the hands of an idiot.
Hardly respectful to analyze heaven in the very moment that one flies.
I feel as if I were coming out from laughing gas.
The statements of their advocates were in manifest conflict.
- Sanjay Ray
A devout Hindu who’s primary worship includes the goddess Saraswati, Mr. Ray is often found reciting his prose at various temples and on the banks of the river Ganga in Varanasi, including the famous Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi. Mr. Ray completed his degrees in architecture and archeology during the early 1990s and started working for an architectural firm in Australia for three years on planning and preparation of concentric circular concentration camps in small towns. From there, Mr. Ray worked in London, UK for two years on designs of large regional horse hospitals. He also participated and won the first prize in the national competition for the design of the plan for preparing the footnotes of drawings for the Plasmatic Plan of Jawaharlal Nehru University. Sanjay Ray’s first book, Tropical Architecture, was published by Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. India. Mr. Ray is working on his first poetry book, which he plans to have published in 2007.