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English Literature – Stories – ☆ Kosi Sutluj Express ☆ Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury

Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury ☆ Story - Kosi Sutluj Express ☆ Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury ☆ One lakh twenty-five thousand cusecs of water! Who knows how much it is! This much is flowing through the river Kosi every day during this flood! Otherwise, every year barely five lakhs would flow in the month of September. Or say, nine lakh cusecs in the month of Kuhar or October. Just some days ago, it was a harmless snake which, a couple of days back, has turned into a giant, ferocious and all engulfing anaconda. And now Kosi is a bit tamed. Its fast-flowing water, washing both the banks, has become a bit subdued. The river Kosi is now flowing gracefully. The colour of all its tributaries – Panar, Lohandra, Mahanadi and Bakra has turned muddy. From orange. As a python becomes listless when it preys upon a deer and swallows it in toto, in the same way Kosi too has become quite gentle...
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English Literature – Stories – ☆ The Result ☆ Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury

Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury Brief Introduction Birth -  -January 18, 1955 Education - MBBS (IMS/BHU) Publications - 4 books (2 in Hindi, 1 each in English and Bengali) and two are yet to come. Translations - Books and articles are translated in English, Odiya, Marathi and Gujarati. Awards - CBT awarded  stories and novel, “Kamaleshwar Smriti Katha Award (2013, 2017 and 2019)” by Kathabimb. Honour -  “Hindi Sevi Samman” by Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Wardha (December 2016).  ☆ Story -The Result ☆ Dr. Amitabh Shanker Roy Choudhury ☆ In the horizon, the sky was beginning to brighten. Bordering the green tree tops, a silvery white glow appeared gradually. The sun was already a bit up in the sky. The sunrays, sieving through the leaves, were peeping through the window, but little Arjun was still asleep. ‘Get up my son. You’re getting late for your school. ’Gargi started pushing Arjun, still lying blissfully in the centre of the double bed.  ‘Oh,...
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English Literature – Short Stories ☆ A Strange Reunion ☆ Shri Suraj Kumar Singh

Shri Suraj Kumar Singh ☆ A Strange Reunion ☆    Mounted on a saddled black horse, the bludgeoned knight came to his old friend. The old friend that was the sea celebrated the knight's homecoming. The expression of its joy in the form of tumultuous waves was enchanting. "Oh dear knight, my good old friend you were born here, you grew here and you left only to come back! What pursuit you endeavoured that you took  a sabbatical from a playful innocent dream you saw with me?  The knight replied, "The pursuit of truth my friend! To pierce through the melancholy of mortal existence and to know that anything acquired is not carried forever! It gets lost with the winds of time. What remains till the last breathe is the gift of God! Memories but not times, service but not conquests, souls but not people! No one can take them away I have laid down my sabre which had engravings of accounts of my so-called victories and...
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English Literature – Weekly Column☆ Samudramanthanam – 22 – Umbrella ☆ 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 – 22 – Umbrella ☆  Then former king of heaven ‘Varuna’ came in front of all and said, “Indira you know better that I am the best king of Sura and...
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English Literature ☆ Stories ☆ Weekly Column – Samudramanthanam – 17 – Uchchaihshravas ☆ 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 – 17 – Uchchaihshravas ☆  Suras were doing churning of ‘Kshirasāgara’ without interest because it was already told by Lord Vishnu that next gem whatever it will be must be...
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English Literature – Short Story ☆ Fire ☆ Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM

Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi, NM (Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi—an ex Naval Officer, possesses a multifaceted personality. Presently, he is serving as Senior Advisor in prestigious Supercomputer organisation C-DAC, Pune. An alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad is involved in various Artificial Intelligence and High-Performance Computing projects of national and international repute. He has got a long experience in the field of ‘Natural Language Processing’, especially, in the domain of Machine Translation. He has taken the mantle of translating the timeless beauties of Indian literature upon himself so that it reaches across the globe. He has also undertaken translation work for Shri Narendra Modi, the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, which was highly appreciated by him. He is also a member of ‘Bombay Film Writer Association’.) We present an English Version of Shri Sanjay Bhardwaj’s Hindi Short Story  “आग ” . We extend our heartiest thanks to the learned author  Captain Pravin Raghuvanshi Ji (who is very well conversant with Hindi, Sanskrit,  English and Urdu languages) for this beautiful translation and his artwork.) पुनर्पाठ...✍️ ☆ लघुकथा -आग  ☆  दोनों कबीले के लोगों ने शिकार पर...
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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 – Book-Review – Lines of Fate – Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra

Lines of Fate Amazon Link - >>>> Lines of Fate e-abhivyakti.com congratulates Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra ji for this most successful book released on 20th June 2020.  Excerpts from the Amazon as on 18th July 2020 itself describes the success story of less than one month. Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #644 #57 in Short Stories (Books) #19 in Short Stories (Kindle Store) #89 in Romance (Kindle Store) Ms Neelam Saxena Chandra (Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra ji is a well-known author. She has been honoured with many international/national/ regional level awards. We are extremely thankful to Ms. Neelam ji for permitting us to share her excellent poems with our readers. We will be sharing her poems on every Thursday. Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra ji is  an Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Indian Railways, Pune Division. ) ☆ Book Review - Lines of Fate: First Love and Other Stories by Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra☆ Lines of Fate: First Love and Other Stories by AKS Publishing House written by Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra Often a simple encounter on the path of life can change one's...
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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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