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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam -3 Manifestation of Goddess ☆ 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 -3  Manifestation of Goddess ☆  After creation was completed sage Bhrigu and his wife Khyati went to meet the Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu was sitting on Sheshnaga and Goddess Lakshmi...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam -1 ☆ 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 -1 ☆    The flux of consciousness, energy, and matter in which nothing is inseparable is Shakti, “Maa Amavarunai”, from her ever-changing Rajas means Vishnu tattva make manifestation possible....
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English Literature – Weekly Column – From Nidhi’s Pen # 13 ☆ The Migrant Worker ☆ Dr. Nidhi Jain

Dr. Nidhi Jain   (Dr. Nidhi Jain is an Assistant Professor at Bharti Vidyapeeth, College of Engineering, Pune. She selected teaching as her profession, but it was a dream to be a litterateur. Her first book कुछ लम्हे  is a culmination of her interest. Her time management of family,  profession (Teaching in engineering science) and literature is exemplary. Today we present her short story with poem “The Migrant Worker“.) ☆ Weekly Column ☆ From Nidhi’s Pen  #13 ☆  ☆ The Migrant Worker ☆   I woke up in the morning, in the darkness only small light coming from the night lamp which was hanging on the wall. I started searching for my watch which I keep on my bedside table. It was 4 O’ clock in the morning. I started to toss and turn on my bed. After 15 minute, I started feeling uncomfortable. I wanted to get rid of my bed. The smooth bed, silk bed cover and woolen cozy quilt were not able to comfort...
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English Literature – Poetry ☆ Chirmritak –the Eternally Dead☆ 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 Bhardwaj’s Hindi Poetry  “चिरमृतक” published previously as ☆ संजय उवाच - चिरमृतक ☆  We extend our heartiest thanks to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for this beautiful translation.) ☆ Chirmritak –the Eternally Dead ☆ - The day was very bad. -Why? - There was a death in the neighbourhood.  Went there early in the morning.  Later on, the whole day was a waste as no work could be done properly. -How else could it be, since it is inauspicious to see the face of the deceased right in the morning. Especially, the last sentence was said in such a way as if the person saying it, has been conferred with...
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English Literature – Short Story – ☆ Inexhaustible ☆ – 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 Bhardwaj’s Hindi Short Story "अक्षय" published in today’s  ☆ संजय दृष्टि  – अक्षय.  ☆ We extend our heartiest thanks to Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji for this beautiful translation. )   ☆ Inexhaustible ☆   In the childhood, he had read the story of three *'D'*. *Daya*, the kindness, is expected from the demons; *Daman*, the sensory repression from the deities, and *Daan*, the donations from the humans. He was a pauper, had nothing to give.  Then, he started giving a portion of his bread to others.  He started drinking water only after distributing it to the thirsty people. He would give supporting hands to the little ones and  accompaniment to...
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English Literature – Short Story – ☆ The Right Choice ☆ – Shri Suraj Kumar Singh

Shri Suraj Kumar Singh   (Mr. Suraj Kumar Singh is a young and dynamic author.  He is also an editor of “Young Literati”  (E-Magazine). Today, we present an excellent story “The Right Choice”)    ☆ The Right Choice ☆   My ten year old son came back home from school frustrated. I shifted my gaze from the newspaper I held open with both hands onto him. “What happened my boy? Is everything alright?” He didn’t reply. I remembered it was result declaration day today and thought that his grades are bad and that’s why he is tensed and is not talking straight. “So what was your result champ?” He pushed his report card across the table and said in a not so enthusiastic tone, “Eighty nine percent only.” “Brilliant! Excellent! Amazing! But are you going to tell me now why you are so upset?” He said he was unhappy because a classmate of his scored one percent more and became class topper. “That’s it? That is the reason you are...
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English Literature – Short Story – ☆ The creator and the destroyer ☆ – Shri Suraj Kumar Singh

Shri Suraj Kumar Singh   (Mr. Suraj Kumar Singh is a young and dynamic author.  He is also an editor of “Young Literati”  (E-Magazine). Today, we present an excellent story "The creator and the destroyer")    ☆ The creator and the destroyer ☆   Once, the Creator joined the Destroyer for tea. Seated high above in what theists call heaven they started discussing about the creations and destruction tools whose emergence wasn’t their business at all. “Hey Destroyer, did you see that?” The Creator tried to point out towards one thing out of billion other things going on. “See what?” The Destroyer asked in dismay. “Humans used chemical weapons in Syria that affected many innocents!” “I know dear but I want to make it loud and clear that I am not responsible.” The destroyer’s face looked as if he sought acquittal. “Hmm.... neither am I, my friend. It’s them.” The discussion deepened further. “The only mistake of ours isn’t keen on correcting itself as we thought. It rather wants to correct us!...
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English Literature – Short Story – The Accidental Son – Shri Suraj Kumar Singh

Shri Suraj Kumar Singh The Accidental Son (e-abhivyakti welcomes Shri Suraj Kumar Singh from Ranchi. Mr Suraj is a young and dynamic author.  He is also an editor of "Young Literati"  (E-Magazine) “How many times do I have to repeat? Don’t you get what I want you to learn? Are you really that naive or Mr. Shah was right when he said that you are mentally challenged? You see I always felt nervous about leaving you in this selfish world alone only because you don’t show any signs of maturity. If you want to survive you need to take lessons. You need to learn how to deal with things. The world isn’t as benevolent as you think. This world no doubt is a big place but offers limited opportunities and when the opportunity knocks your door you need to open and let it in. Understood?” While all these was being said to 16 year old Rahul by his father Mr. Singh he was simply...
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