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English Literature – Article – ☆ Struggle for Happiness ☆– Shri Divyanshu Shekhar

Shri Divyanshu Shekhar    (Young author Shri Divyanshu Shekhar writes poems, stories, plays and scripts in Hindi and English. His first collection of poems  “Zindagi – ek chalchitra” was published in May 2017 and first English Novel “Too Close – Too Far” in December 2018. Today we present his article “Be Mental but don't be Judgmental”. The article is a thorough study and  research work done by young author Mr Divyanshu on the contemporary incidents. )   ☆ Be Mental but don't be Judgmental☆ The suicidal death news of a great actor Sushant Singh Rajput jolted all of us. It is still hard to believe but unfortunately, it happened. He was a well-known celebrity and his death got limelight and suddenly we all started talking about “Mental Health”. But it’s not a new topic, it is just an ignored topic in our society. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), each year approximately one million people die by suicide worldwide every year, of these 135,000 are residents of India....
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English Literature – Article – ☆ Struggle for Happiness ☆– Shri Divyanshu Shekhar

Shri Divyanshu Shekhar    (Young author Shri Divyanshu Shekhar writes poems, stories, plays and scripts in Hindi and English. His first collection of poems  “Zindagi – ek chalchitra” was published in May 2017 and first English Novel “Too Close – Too Far” in December 2018. Today we present his article “Struggle for Happiness”.)   ☆ Struggle for Happiness ☆ It was a beautiful Sunday morning. It was drizzling outside. A man was sitting in his balcony with his cup of hot coffee and enjoying the weather. Suddenly, he saw few people are working in front of a temporary house to make a strong base of a new building and his romantic thoughts and expressions started changing. But why? And which kinds of emotions, he felt later? Scare or Happiness? Empathy or Proud? or anything else? He felt empathy with them. He is also a migrant like them, who change places to earn money for their responsibilities. He lives in a well-structured and furnished flat with all the luxurious things and they are...
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English Literature – Article ☆ Vyangyam-The Satire ☆ Mr Shri Ram Ayyangar

Mr. Shri Ram Ayyangar (We proudly welcome Shri ShriRam Ayyangar on e-abhivyakti.  Shri Shri Ram Ayyangar is a retired banker, Social Worker, blogger since 2009, Limca Book of Record holder and the great satirist. Apart from all these activities I see him as a great satirist, who silently lives in Bangalore with his golden memories of history created by publishing classical magazine "Vyangyam" with his two friends Late Ramesh Sharma Nishikar and Shri Mahesh Shukla in early eighties.  Shri Ayyangar writes his blog that is all about his satire writing, political & Social comments. A peak in to day to day life of a common man, his travails, experiences and expectations from the Government and local authorities.  Today,  we reproduce his most memorable and for us a historical blog written on January 6, 2011) He may be reached through his blog  >>> Ayyangar's Blog- "VYANGYAM" ☆ Vyangyam-The Satire ☆ You must have observed a change in template and title of my blog. Now a word “Vyangyam’...
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English Literature – Article – ☆ Generation gap ☆– Shri Divyanshu Shekhar

Shri Divyanshu Shekhar    (Young author Shri Divyanshu Shekhar writes poems, stories, plays and scripts in Hindi and English. His first collection of poems  “Zindagi – ek chalchitra” was published in May 2017 and first English Novel “Too Close – Too Far” in December 2018. Today we present his article “Generation gap”.  Shri Divyanshu ji represents youth's/new generation's views and if someone would like to represent his/her views representing old generation are welcome in Hindi , English or Marathi .)   ☆ Generation gap ☆ I chose this article because lots of time, I observed the conflicts between the younger generations with the older generations. We can see these conflicts in our families too, even though we never expressed. I read articles on this, also heard the experiences of people, and then decided to write on this topic. Generation gap refers to the chasm that separates the thoughts expressed by two different generations. More specifically, a generation gap can be termed as the differences in actions, and beliefs...
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English Literature – Article – ☆ Maintaining a Healthy Relationship ☆– Shri Divyanshu Shekhar

Shri Divyanshu Shekhar    (Young author Shri Divyanshu Shekhar writes poems, stories, plays and scripts in Hindi and English. His first collection of poems  “Zindagi – ek chalchitra” was published in May 2017 and first English Novel “Too Close – Too Far” in December 2018. Today we present his article "Maintaining a Healthy Relationship") ☆ Maintaining a Healthy Relationship ☆ In this modern world "How to Maintain a Healthy Relationship?" should be the most important topic to understand even more than Love and Life. Why it is so important? We can give a simple formula that two honest, attracted, and interested people forms and maintain a good relationship. Is it that simple? No! we all know, that unfortunately, it's not. Because maintaining takes more than forming, but why? According to me, a relationship can't be formed in one day, it's like a continuous workout. If you want to get the shape you have to be consistent, you have to invest for it for long. For example, lots of people join...
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English Literature – Article ☆ How will the world transition to normal? ☆ Shri Abhimanyu Chaudhary

Shri Abhimanyu Chaudhary E-Abhivyakti welcomes Shri Abhimanyu Chaudhary. Presently he is working in a leading position in the Etihad Airways, Abu Dhabi.  He has completed his MBA from T A  Pai Institute of Management, Manipal. Blogging is his hobby.  He has followed Corona, COVID-19 very minutely right from the beginning. He is trying to explain each and everything which you want to know about COVID-19.  How will the world transition to normal? We are reproducing this very important blog from his blog Fresh Morning Brew - Newsworthy stories. You are requested to follow his updates on the topic on his following blog link for his regular updates: Blog link >>>>>>>>         ☆  Fresh Morning Brew - Newsworthy stories ☆ ☆ How will the world transition to normal? ☆ COVID-19, like other pandemics, will pass. Even if the new infections continue to rise today, and there seems to be no end in sight, it certainly will be over. And the world will be normal again. As we go...
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English Literature – Poetry – ☆ Suryadev ☆ – Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM

Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM (We are extremely thankful to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for sharing his literary and artworks with e-abhivyakti.  An alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad, Capt. Pravin has served the country at national as well international level in various fronts. Presently, working as Senior Advisor, C-DAC in Artificial Intelligence and HPC Group; and involved in various national-level projects. We present an English Version of Shri Sanjay Bhardwj’s Hindi Poetry “ सूर्यदेव” published in today’s edition as ☆ संजय दृष्टि  – सूर्यदेव् ☆  We extend our heartiest thanks to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for this beautiful translation.   ) ☆ Suryadev ☆ Suryadev, the Lord Sun, means *certified truth of amazing, unique (Almighty) visible through the eyes.* Sun entering the planetary house of Capricorn sign or Capricorn transition is important from all angles, especially, with the point of view of astronomy, geography, spirituality, philosophy etc. Uttarayan is the arrival of this divine light beam near the northern hemisphere.  Uttarayana is  the contraction of the period of darkness and expansion of light. Naturally in this...
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आध्यात्म/Spiritual – श्रीमद् भगवत गीता – पद्यानुवाद – नवम अध्याय (24) प्रो चित्र भूषण श्रीवास्तव ‘विदग्ध’

श्रीमद् भगवत गीता हिंदी पद्यानुवाद – प्रो चित्र भूषण श्रीवास्तव ‘विदग्ध’ नवम अध्याय ( सकाम और निष्काम उपासना का फल)   अहं हि सर्वयज्ञानां भोक्ता च प्रभुरेव च । न तु मामभिजानन्ति तत्त्वेनातश्च्यवन्ति ते ।।24।।   सब यज्ञों का मैं ही हूँ भोक्ता, प्रभु औ" नाथ जो न मुझे पहचानते उन्हें न मिलता साथ।।24।।        भावार्थ :  क्योंकि संपूर्ण यज्ञों का भोक्ता और स्वामी भी मैं ही हूँ, परंतु वे मुझ परमेश्वर को तत्त्व से नहीं जानते, इसी से गिरते हैं अर्थात्‌ पुनर्जन्म को प्राप्त होते हैं।।24।।   (For) I alone am the enjoyer and also the Lord of all sacrifices; but they do not know Me in essence (in reality), and hence they fall (return to this mortal world).।।24।।   © प्रो चित्र भूषण श्रीवास्तव ‘विदग्ध’  ए १ ,विद्युत मण्डल कालोनी, रामपुर, जबलपुर vivek1959@yahoo.co.in...
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English Literature ☆ Article ☆ How high should I rise? ☆ Mr. Ashish Kumar

Mr Ashish Kumar (It is difficult to comment about young author Mr Ashish Kumar and his mythological/spiritual writing.  He has well researched Hindu Philosophy, Science and quest of success beyond the material realms. I am really mesmerized.  I am sure you will be also amazed.  This article "How high should I rise?" will change your thinking.)      ☆ How high should I rise? ☆  It was one seemingly ordinary day when I decided to QUIT… All of a sudden, I made a decision to quit my job, my relationship and finally my spirituality. I just wanted to quit my life. But before that, I went to the wood to have one last talk with God. I started: “God, can you give me one good reason not to quit?” His answer really surprised me: “Look around”, He said. “Do you see the fern and the bamboo?” I replied: “Yes. When I planted the fern and the bamboo seeds, I took very good care of them. I gave them light....
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English Literature – Classical Scientific Fantasy – ☆ The Last Metropolis ☆ – Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM

Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM (We are extremely thankful to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for sharing his literary and artworks with e-abhivyakti.  An alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad, Capt. Pravin has served the country at national as well international level in various fronts. Presently, working as Senior Advisor, C-DAC in Artificial Intelligence and HPC Group; and involved in various national-level projects. Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi ji  is not only proficient in Hindi and English, but also has a strong presence in Urdu and Sanskrit.   We present an English Version of Ms. Nirdesh Nidhi's  Classical Scientific Fantasy “शेष विहार ”   with title  "The Last Metropolis" .  We extend our heartiest thanks to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for this beautiful translation.)   सुश्री निर्देश निधि इस कथानक के सन्दर्भ में आदरणीय डॉ विजय कुमार मल्होत्रा जी (पूर्व निदेशक (राजभाषा), रेल मंत्रालय,भारत सरकार) के शब्दों में   - "एक कहानी “शेष विहार” के बारे में बताया था, जिसने आधुनिक विज्ञान की विभीषिकाओं से पाठकों को रूबरू करवाया था. निर्देश निधि द्वारा लिखित “शेष विहार” पढ़कर मैं न...
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