English Literature – Teacher’s Day Special – The Last Day – Shri Suraj Kumar Singh

Teacher's Day Special Shri Suraj Kumar Singh   THE LAST DAY It was the morning of 31st August. The black clouds that rained throughout the dawn retreated and gave way to the sunny weather and cotton-like clouds. Radio channels were playing devotional songs and bhajans. My father was sitting on his favourite chair with an expressionless face; which means I couldn’t figure out if he was happy or sad or stressed. It was going to be the last day of his school services as a teacher of Chemistry subject. Thirty nine years of selfless service towards future-building, society- reformation and nation-building was to end in a least dramatic way. Some of his behaviours that morning were quite unusual for me. Every morning he used to watch news headlines on his favourite news channel but that day he stay put. Quiet and calm. I asked if I can switch on the television and switch that favourite news channel of his but he turned me down. I...
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English Literature ☆ Moksha –the salvation ☆ Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM

Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM   (We welcome Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi ji to e-abhivyakti. We are also thankful to Shri Sanjay Bhardwaj ji who has given us an opportunity to share an excellent literary work of Capt. Pravin Raghuvanshi ji. An alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad, Capt. Pravin has served the country at national as well international level in various fronts. We request Capt. Pravin ji to share his inspirational  journey of life with our readers. Today, we present the translation of an article of Shri Sanjay Bhardwaj ji "Moksha - the salvation".) According to Shri Sanjay Bhardwaj - "'संजय उवाच'  को अनेक मित्र अपने-अपने तरीके से समर्थन देते हैं। मित्र कैप्टन प्रवीण रघुवंशी ने रविवार  के उवाच का अँग्रेजी में उत्कृष्ट अनुवाद किया है। मित्रों के साथ साझा कर रहा हूँ।"   ☆ Moksha --the salvation ☆   *Moksha* --the salvation, an illusive word, which as a wish is embedded in every human being in the world.  With growing age, it becomes increasingly overpowering.  While forgetting the rare...
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English Literature – ☆ Reading – The best 15 minutes you’ll even invest ☆ – Shri Jay Prakash Pandey

Shri Jay Prakash Pandey ☆ Reading - The best 15 minutes you'll even invest ☆   On the basis of two comparative statistics the following valuable information was made available. The average human reads less than two books per year – one and a half to be exact – with almost two-thirds of those going unfinished. On the whole, at present humans have lost the habit of reading good books There is a notable exception, however. Chief Executives of Fortune 500 companies read on an average, roughly four books per week. This is equivalent to about 200 times the average for the rest of the world, and it is guaranteed that vast majority of the books read by the so called Chief Executives are good, meaty stuff that causes them to think about their business and/or their life in a very healthy way. Needless to say, you should start reading four books a week and there is a direct and positive correlation between the amount of...
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English Literature – ☆ Happiness ☆ – Shri Jay Prakash Pandey

Shri Jay Prakash Pandey ☆ Happiness ☆  (We present a very motivating article by Shri Jay Prakash Pandey.  Shri Jay Prakash ji worked a lot for the overall development and happiness of tribal people while he was working in State Bank of India.  We will try to share his experiences in future.) Happiness is the big ingredient everyone wants in his life. Happiness is, in many ways, a personal matter. There are three things to remember about happiness: Happiness is important Happiness is desirable Happiness is possible No matter what your past circumstances have been, no matter what your present conditions are, happiness is possible for you. You can learn to develop it and this happiness will give you a healthier and richer life Happiness is not achieved by devious or false methods. The first step building a state of happiness in your life is to raise the level of your own self-respect. Happiness is only within your reach if you first admit that is a...
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English Literature – In Memory of a Brave Soldier – Major Salman Khan

Major Salman Khan    We proudly remember and extend a grand salute to brave Major Salman Khan who attained Martyrdom for Peace on 7th May 2005. Major Salman Khan was born on 17 November 1978. Major Salman Khan was honoured by Shaurya Chakra  (Posthumous) on 26th January 2006   We are extremely thankful to Mr A A Khan, an author and Maternal Uncle of Major Salman Khan, who provided the information which has been reproduced as received. © A.A Khan, Allahabad (If any person gets such authentic information who sacrificed for the Nation, we will be pleased to publish the same.) ...
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English Literature – India with increasing  1.5℃ – Shri Kuldeep Sankhla

Shri Kuldeep Sankhla India with increasing  1.5℃  ​I belong to India, where most of the output of our economy comes from agriculture. As the farmers of India are directly or indirectly depends upon sufficient rainfall, but every year we are getting less rainfall due to the average rising temperature. It is very serious problem which we are not taking as serious. As we all know that India has World’s second largest population and this population is increasing every year. This increased population need more and more facilities like houses, schools, hospitals etc. These buildings occupying agricultural land every year. So, we have less part of agricultural land, increasing population, less rainfall and increasing annual temperature. All these factors which i just described are very serious concerns in India. Besides agriculture, this increasing temperature is also affecting our birds and animals. As we are creating more and more ‘concrete forests’ on the agricultural land, so we are taking up the shelter of birds and animals,...
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