recreate things either with common place materials, like stone, wood, mud, etc.
or with letters that can be perceived, but can't be handled as the others
created. Some with mere wind power and dexterous play of hands lull the
listeners and transport them to ethereal regions. And a few more with mere
colours and brushes feast the eves of the beholders. These Kalaradliakas are the
pet children of mother Sarada and she in the capacity of patron deity of arts
and crafts endows them with powers of intuition and imagination, which enable
them see what others can not. They are drashtas - seers and srashtas - creators.
Their antarchakshu- inner eye sees what is impossible for even to Brahma who
created them. Their role defies description and their ideal is to reform and
retrieve the way ward brothers. All these artistes are but dependents only.
They are inert and quiecent. Not self luminous, though they illumine the words
through the effulgence of their products. In fine, they are push mobiles, but