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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 the elders.

As the adage goes, the pauper’s accumulation always remained inexhaustible.

 

© Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM

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