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English Literature – Article ☆ Meet my friend Swami Sudarshanam…. ☆ Shri Ajeet Singh, Ex-Director (News) Doordarshan

Shri Ajeet  Singh  (We present an article ‘Meet my friend Swami Sudarshanam...’ written by Shri Ajeet Singh ji, Ex-Director (News), Doordarshan. We are extremely thankful to Shri Ajeet Singh ji for sharing experience of his friend Mr. Srinivasan Sudarshanam now Swami Sudarshanam while he was AIR’s correspondent in New Delhi who covered reporting of 13/12 attack from inside Parliament.)  ☆ Meet my friend Swami Sudarshanam... : Shri Ajeet Singh ☆ Srinivasan Sudarshanam wanted to be an army officer after doing his B.A. in Literature in Sailam city of Tamilnadu. Medical test held at Roorkee in present day Uttarakhand, failed him. Living with his sister in New Delhi, he tried for several jobs and got the post of a Public Relations Officer in the Delhi Industrial Development Corporation where he worked for about nine years. In between, he cleared the UPSC examination for the Indian Information Service in 1983 and was posted as a Correspondent in the All India Radio where he worked for over 22 years. Taking voluntary retirement in 2005, feeling that it...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 19 – Dhanvantari ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 19 – Dhanvantari ☆  Now the churning of ‘Kshirasāgara’ is looking balance and both the teams doing it again with full enthusiasm with lots of hopes. Pushing and pulling of...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 18 – Kamadhenu ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 18 – Kamadhenu ☆  As ‘Kamadhenu’ first glimpse is visible to outer world people. All Sura, Asura, sages even Lord Brahma feel that they are fed with sweet milk...
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English Literature – Article ☆ BSF Day – Life on the edge for BSF wives…. ☆ Shri Ajeet Singh

Shri Ajeet Singh (We present an article ‘Life on the edge for BSF wives....’ on the eve of  BSF Day – 1st December written by Shri  Ajeet  Singh ji, Director (News), Doordarshan. We are extremely thankful to Shri Ajeet Singh ji for sharing his experience while he was AIR's correspondent in Jammu and Kashmir for over 19 years.)  ☆ BSF Day - 1st December ☆ Sometime in Srinagar: Life on the edge for BSF wives...☆ (Writer Shri Ajeet Singh ji was AIR's correspondent in Jammu and Kashmir for over 19 years.  He retired as Director of News, Doordarshan, Hisar.) Sometime in Srinagar: Mrs Ekka suddenly held me by both my wrists and asked me to tell the truth as I, standing at the door, conveyed her a message that she should get ready to go to the army Base Hospital in Srinagar and a vehicle was on the way to pick her up. Her husband, BSF Assistant Commandant Ekka who lived in the room next to mine in the Safe Zone declared Tourist Reception Centre, had been injured in...
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English Literature – Article ☆ World Television Day ☆ Shri Ajeet Singh

Shri Ajeet Singh (We present an article 'World Television Day' on the eve of  World Television Day - 21st November  written by Shri  Ajeet  Singh ji, Director (News), Doordarshan. We are extremely thankful to Shri Ajeet Singh ji for this informative and well researched article based on his experience.)  ☆ World Television Day ☆ Shri Ajeet Singh☆  This day let's ponder over the impact television now has on our personal, familial, social and political life. Not going into the well known history of this audio visual medium, suffice to say that it has gradually changed our lives in a big way. It cut down our time for Radio, cinema and print media significantly. TV started making real impact in America and European countries in fifties of the last century. The first Presidential debates in 1960 between John Kennedy and Richard Nixon marked the moment that the television had arrived. In India the impact came in early eighties through 9th Asian Games, introduction of colour TV, and then the serial saga through Hum Log, Ramayan...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 16 – Ear  Rings ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 16 – Ear  Rings ☆  On bright evening of Kartika maas, Krishna paksha Asthmi or Ahoi asthmai evening, churning was on decent pace. A servant came in between, offered  salute...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 15 – Varunai ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 15 – Varunai ☆  It is bright morning of Kartik month Kirshna paksha fourth Tithi means day of Karva Chautha. Gentle breeze was blowing over ‘Kshirasāgara’ and churning was...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 14 – Chandra ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 14 – Chandra ☆   All the activities over earth are going very normal and as routine because all the demigods and Asura, Rakshasa were busy in the churning of...
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English Literature ☆ Article ☆ Feminism and Voice of Feminist Writers in Indian English Literature; An Analysis ☆ Dr. Rashi Sinha

Dr. Rashi Sinha (Today we present Dr. Rashi Sinha's thought provoking article "Feminism and Voice of Feminist Writers in Indian English Literature; An Analysis".) Abstract: Feminism is not a term but a belief that women are strongest creation, and again this is a movement to change the way the world perceives that strength. A movement, against this patriarchal society which talks about inequality between man and woman. In fact, this is an advocacy of women's rights on the ground of equality and gender both in family as well as in society. However, with development of time, Feminism in India has been established through Indian English literature, though it travelled in three phases (mid 19th, 2nd phase from 1915 to Indian Independence and the 3rd is from post Independence to the running era). The women in India, who were thirsty to break all the barriers to give a full shape to their womanhood, came with their full literary contribution. Today, in Indian English Literature, these...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 13 – Sharanga ☆ 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.  We are pleased to begin a series on excerpts from his well acclaimed book  “Samudramanthanam” .  According to Mr Ashish  “Samudramanthanam is less explained and explored till date. I have tried to give broad way of this one of the most important chapter of Hindu mythology. I have read many scriptures and take references from many temples and folk stories, to present the all possible aspects of portrait of Samudramanthanam.”  Now our distinguished readers will be able to read this series on every Saturday.)     Amazon Link – Samudramanthanam  ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 13 – Sharanga ☆  Churning of ‘Kshirasāgara’ was continue from long time. Naga Vasuki is feeling tired now. Now his body movement was losing synchronization with efforts and directions...
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