sahitya

value of life

We are living in a time that reminds me of a few lines from the great Mir Taqi Mir! Nanditesh Nilaya We are living in a time that reminds me of a few lines from the great Mir Taqi Mir- ‘What matters, oh wind / If now spring has come / When I’ve lost them …

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conflict of interest

Pradeep Kumar Rai ‘what else! How is the education of the children going?’ This question is usually asked by every person when he meets someone he knows. If two Indian families meet even after many years, they spend half the time discussing this topic. But for a long time, people avoid asking this question to …

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test of relationships

Teji Isha According to the decision of a panchayat in Hisar, Haryana, daughters-in-law who serve mother-in-law and father-in-law will be honored. Such daughters-in-law will also be given some rupees every year as a mark of respect. At first glance, this decision seems to be right and a brilliant step towards a better society. But stop …

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nature’s breath

An advertisement was showing that children are returning home from school. Harishchandra Pandey An advertisement was showing that children are returning home from school. A plant was found on the way. The children started talking to the plant after pouring the remaining water from their bottle. Such messages are rarely seen when children feel connected …

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how many eklavyas

One was Eklavya. The same, whose thumb story has been heard for centuries. Suresh Kumar Mishra ‘Urtript’ One was Eklavya. The same, whose thumb story has been heard for centuries. This ancient story seems relevant even today. Those who yearned for the bread of labor could not dare to get education-initiation in ancient times. If …

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it’s dark it’s dark

New Year’s celebrations are a common occurrence. Neelam Singh New Year’s celebrations are a common occurrence. Although at this stage of age it does not attract all, it does create ideological upheaval. When we consider life-karma, sin-virtue, etc., it seems so much hypocrisy that we do not mourn the one who is going, but we …

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