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Poet, artist and award-winning diplomat Abhay K whose sixth book Candling the Light was released recently at the Sahitya Akademi in New Delhi tells rediff. I joined Indian Foreign Service in when I was just For the next three months I was trekking in the high Himalayas, visiting villages, learning horse-riding, learning French, listening to a lot of lectures from eminent people and getting to know my colleagues from other civil services. ;lca

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All this were part of the foundation course at the academy. Besides classroom lessons, training also included visiting neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, visiting different parts of India for a week long training with the Army, Navy and the Air Force, a month long stay in a district of Andhra Pradesh and two-weeks training with a private enterprise in New Delhi.

I just had a room for myself but these were some of the sweetest days of my life. I started my morning with a jog in the Lodhi Garden and ended with a cup of cappuccino at either Khan market or at Connaught place. I had a lovely hundred square meter apartment on the 15th floor upon my arrival in Moscow. Afterwards I worked at the economic and commercial wing of the Embassy of India, Moscow till July It took me almost a year to learn how to read and write in Russian.

During those days I had plenty of time after the Russian classes and over the weekends so I used to visit museums, art galleries and cafes. I bought canvas, oil colours and brushes at the Central House of Artists in Moscow and plunged headlong in painting.

I made my first painting on a used chocolate box.


I paint spontaneously just letting my imagination flow. A fter my Russian classes got over at the Moscow State University in midI sat for a language test conducted by the School of Foreign Languages, Ministry of Defence, India and only after successfully passing the test I was confirmed in the Indian Foreign Service.

My job involved answering queries of the businessmen from both India and Russia, organising buyer-seller meets, taking up trade issues with the Russian side, organising the visits of the trade delegations from India, preparing monthly economic and commercial reports etc.

I had consciously not bought a car because of the impossible traffic on Moscow roads. I travelled in the magnificent Moscow Metro and I liked it very much. I was so inspired by the beauty of the fellow travellers that poems automatically flowed and I noted them on my mobile phone. Later I used to transfer them from my mobile to my computer and to refine them further. Thus I wrote close to two hundred poems during my stay in Moscow from to I put together all the love poems from this period in my first poetry book Enigmatic Love.

Fallen Leaves of Autumn was collection of my poems on beauty of the nature from the same period. Rest of the poems were recently published in Candling the Light.

Candling the Light is the unbridled impulse of the human heart. The book is divided into three parts — Meditations, Reflections and Reminiscences. Reflections include poems such as Shadow, Enmeshed, Time-Travel among others which are based on experiences from my own life so far.

Reminiscences include poems on my family, Moscow and Delhi. St Petersburg, located on the banks of the river Plva used to be the capital of the Russian Tsars before the Bolshevik Revolution, and is still known as the cultural capital of Russia. St Petersburg is also called the city of the white nights because in the months of June-July museums are open the whole night during the white night and the pcla city actively takes part in white-night festivities.

T he three years I spent in St Petersburg from were some of the most memorable days in my professional and personal life. I was acting head of the Indian Consulate in St Petersburg for eight months and had the opportunity to take several new initiatives during this period; connecting India with the younger generation of Russians by organising film ifd every second Friday was most significant of these.


At a personal level, I became part of the art life of St Petersburg.

I met over a hundred artists during this period, visited their studios, learnt their art techniques and artistic vision and collected their art-works. I had started painting while I was in Moscow. In St Petersburg I refined my painting techniques.

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I painted more than sixty paintings and exhibited my art works in St Petersburg and Paris. Stieglits Academy of Art, St Petersburg presented me a first class diploma for the exhibition ‘We are different, We are together’ in I also published a bilingual book titled ’10 Questions of the Ufs during this period. While in St Peterbsurg I wrote about 50 poems which have not been published yet.

I plan to publish these poems next year. I came back to India in July and have already spent over a year in New Delhi. I have been working in the new area of Digital Diplomacy during this period which involves the use of social media for public outreach and diplomacy.

The Public Diplomacy Division of the Ministry of External Affairs has received two prestigious plcw in the field of e-governance during this period.

I am in love with Delhi. I am so happy to be back here.

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