• কর্মের এই নিষ্টুরতা বোধ হয়, মানুষের কঠোর সান্ত্বনা।
    যতো বিচিত্র রকমের কাজ হাতে নিচ্ছি ততই কাজ জিনিষটার উপর আমার শ্রদ্ধা বাড়ছে। কর্ম যে অতি উৎকৃষ্ট পদার্থ সেটা কেবল পুঁথির উপদেশ রুপে জানতাম – এখন জীবনের অনুভব করছি- কাজের মধ্যে পুরুষের যথার্থ চরিতার্থতা, কাজের মধ্যে দিয়ে জিনিষ চিনি, মানুষ চিনি, বৃহৎ কর্মক্ষেত্রে সত্যের সঙ্গে মুখ-মুখি ঘটে। দেশ-দেশান্তরে লোক যেখানে  বহুদূর থেকেও মিলছে, সেখানে আজ আমি নেমেছি। মানুষের পরস্পর শৃঙ্খলতা বদ্ধ, এই একটা প্রয়োজনের চীরসম্বন্ধ। কর্মের এই সুদূর প্রসারিত উদার্য আমার প্রত্যক্ষ গোচর হয়েছে। কাজের
  • ANOTHER WAY OF APPRECIATION
    Criticism is another way of appreciation. So when people criticise you don’t get upset, just boost yourself and do better. -GK Dutta
  • BIRENDRA KRISHNA BHADRA-THE MYSTERIOUS VOICE BEHIND THE MAHISASURA MARDINI!
    One man who’ll dependably be associated with making Mahalaya huge to every last one is Birendra Krishna Bhadra, the mysterious voice behind the “Mahisasura Mardini.” The unbelievable storyteller recounts the sacred verses and recounts the plummet’s account of Durga to earth, in his matchless style. Bhadra has since quite a while ago passed away, however his recorded voice still structures the center of the Mahalaya program. In a resonating, resounding voice Birendra Bhadra renders the
  • TRIBUTES TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO HAD LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES IN 1947!
    As we are about to celebrate 71th years of our Independence, I pay my tributes to all those people, who had laid down their lives during partition of India in 1947. The Partition of India has been one of the most tragic of all political events to affect India. The British left, dividing India into two. The nation was divided along religious lines, Pakistan as an Islamic state and India a secular one.  [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2j2pSBHAOU&w=560&h=315]
  • KRANG SURI FALLS-JOWAI, MEGHALAYA!
    Krang Suri is located in the Amlarem Civil Sub Division. To transform the place into a tourist’s destination the District Administration has initiated steps to construct Chiseled and graveled footpaths and view points to enable visitors to better appreciate the beauty of the waterfall and its surroundings. The footpaths are hewn from the natural multi colored stones available in the area, no cement has been used and stones have been placed symmetri­cally to enhance the
  • SHILLONG, MEGHALAYA TRIP 2017
    As a part of our Shillong, Meghalaya trip on 22nd April 2017 around 7.30PM we started our journey for Shillong via Jowai and Dawki from Dharmanagar. Around 9.30PM we had a tea break in a road side Dhaba at Cheragi, Assam. Around 12.30AM (23.04.2017) we had our dinner in a road side Dhaba at Hilara, Assam. Around 2.30AM we had a tea break in a road side tea stall at Umkiang, Meghalaya and my two
  • TRAITS HAVE NOTHING TO DO!
    The common mistake that bullies make is assuming that because someone is nice that he or she is weak. Those traits have nothing to do with each other. In fact, it takes considerable strength and character to be a good person. -Mary Elizabeth Williams
  • LOVE CAN ONLY SURVIVE!
    We cultivate love when we allow our most vulnerable and powerful selves to be deeply seen and known, and when we honor the spiritual connection that grows from that offering with trust, respect, kindness and affection. Love is not something we give or get; it is something that we nurture and grow a connection that can only be cultivated between two people when it exists within each one of them – we can only love
  • IN YOUR SEARCH FOR LOVE
    In your search for love, be cautious. The miserable truth is that predators can be extraordinary fakers, and they are out there searching for their next victim. Look inside than the words they say to you. Try not to overlook warnings or any inclination you have that something is not exactly right.
  • চাইলেই ডুবে যাওয়া যাবে।
    ভাবনা গভীর হয়ে আছে, ডুবতে চাইলেই ডুবে যাওয়া যাবে। অসময়ে কাটা বিঁধছে শরীরে। ফেলে আসা রাস্তা ও যাবার রাস্তার মাঝখানে দাঁড়িয়ে দুরকম হয়ে গেল মনটা।
  • THE THING INSIDE YOU!
    Be kind for as much as you can, but when you feel your limits are being pushed, and the thing inside you begin to stir. Warn them once about it and if they still do not listen. Then, unleash the dragon they pinched. -GK Dutta
  • YOU ARE ALL I SEE!
    You are wonderful like annihilation. Simply the possibility of you draws my knuckles white. I needn’t bother with a divine being. I have you and your excellent mouth, your hands clutching me, the nails leaving unfelt wounds, your hot breath on my neck. The essence of your salivation. The obscurity is our own. The evenings have a place with us. All that we do is mystery. Nothing we do will ever be comprehended; we will
  • IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW!
    When you drop a glass or a plate to the ground it makes a loud crashing sound. When a window shatters a table leg breaks or when a picture falls off the wall it makes a noise. But as for your heart when that breaks it s completely silent. You would think as it s so important it would make the loudest noise in the whole world or even have some … Read Moresort of
  • SHILLONG, MEGHALAYA TRIP!
    Hello Everyone! At last my Shillong, Meghalaya visit seems on the track…..leaving tomorrow at 03PM for a 10 days visit to that Meghalaya’s city where I will enjoy the natural beauty and photography execution in and around shilling city. Hope to meet you soon after this short vacation. FOR TRIP DETAILS VISIT: http://www.gkdutta.com/p/tour-dairy.html Stay Connected, Stay Tuned, Stay Updated. With regards…….
  • GATEWAY OF ASSAM, GUWAHATI, ASSAM!
    As on 24th March 2015, I was at Gateway of Assam. A decade back, the 19th century that was built by the British on the banks of the Brahmaputra, started tilting and sinking. The structure was built in 1874 to welcome then viceroy of India Thomas George Baring, who arrived in the city by the river bank near Surkeshwar ghat. He was also known as Lord Northbrook. It was at this spot from where Gandhi’s
  • ASSAM STATE MUSEUM, GUWAHATI
    As on 24th March 2015, I was at Assam State Museum, Guwahati. The Assam State Museum is located in the southern end of Dighali Pukhuri tank which is in the heart of Guwahati city, Assam. The Museum was established by the Kamarupa Anusandhan Samiti (Assam Research Society) in 1940. In the year 1953, it was taken over by the State Govt. The Assam State Museum in an imposing colonial-era building, this museum has a large
  • SHORT FILM OF MY MANIPUR TRIP-2015
    My Fifteen days (28.05.2015 to 12.06.2015) Assam, Manipur and Meghalaya tour was successful and pleasant one 🙂 As a part of my fifteen days trip I was at Guwahati, Imphal, Moirang, Bishnupur, Churachandpur, Senapati, Shillong and Mawsynram.
  • SRIMANTA SANKARDEVA KALAKSHETRA, GUWAHATI!
    As on 24th March 2015, I was at Srimanta Sankardeva Kalakshetra in Guwahati, Assam. Is a cultural institution in the Panjabari area of Guwahati, Assam, named after the medieval poet-playwright and reformer Srimanta Sankardev. It includes a cultural museum, library and various facilities for preserving, demonstrating and performing cultural items, besides a children’s park. In addition to being Northeast India’s largest cultural congregation, the Kalakshetra is also a major tourist spot in Guwahati. Built in
  • ASSAM STATE ZOO CUM BOTANICAL GARDEN, GUWAHATI!
    On 24th March 2015, I was at the Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden, located in RG Baruah Rd, Ambikagirinagar, Guwahati, Assam. The Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden (popularly known as Guwahati Zoo) is the largest of its kind in the North East region and it is spread across 432 acre (175 hectare). The zoo is located within the Hengrabari Reserved Forest at Guwahati, India. The zoo is home to about 895 animals, birds
  • PURVA TIRUPATI SRI BALAJI TEMPLE, GUWAHATI!
    On 23rd March 2015, I was at the Purva Tirupati Sri Balaji Temple, located in Betkuchi, Guwahati, spreads this divine message to all. The Complex, located on two acres of prime land, has a clean environment. A gentle breeze wafts across the lawns surrounded by blooming coconut and Ashoka trees, flowers, plantains & bougainvilleas. The door of the entrance to the Complex is decorated in ancient style. Ganeshji, the acclaimed remover of obstacles, graces the
  • SHORT FILM OF MY DELHI TRIP DEC-2015!
    My twelve days Delhi trip was successful and pleasant one 🙂 On 31st December at 9.30AM leaving from Delhi to Guwahati by flight and around 2PM reached Guwahati safely and around 5PM leaving from Guwahati to Dharmanagar by Bus and on 01.01.2016 around 8AM reached home safely.
  • CHIBRAGRE AT TURA, MEGHALAYA!
    During my Tura, Meghalaya trip, as a part of my leisure hours, I was at Chibragre Picnic Spot at Tura. Chibragre, in the Garo Hills district of Meghalaya, is a popular picnic spot for the people of Tura. It is located approximately twenty-five kilometres from Anthurium plantation and does not take more than half an hour to reach the spot. River Gangol and river Rongram meet at Chibragre and continue their flow towards Rongram, Garobadha
  • NEHRU PARK CUM MINI ZOO AT TURA, MEGHALAYA!
    During my Tura, Meghalaya trip, as a part of my leisure hour, I was at Nehru Park cum Mini Zoo at Tura. Garo Hills known for its abundance of wildlife should interest naturalists and photographers to capture the variegated facets of life of a unique range of flora and fauna. Two mountain ranges – the Arabella range and the Tura range, pass through the Garo Hills, forming the great Balpakram valley in between. The headquarters
  • TRIP TO ROWA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, TRIPURA!
    As on last April 12, 2015, I was at Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in the North Tripura District of the Tripura state, can be approached from Panisagar and is adjacent to the National Highway. Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary in Tripura is a small wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 85’85 hectares and it is one of the few remains of the natural forests left. This Wildlife Sanctuary is easily accessible to the tourists from all around.
  • TRIP TO HISTORICAL PLACE UNAKOTI-TRIPURA!
    On last 27th July 2014, I was at Unakoti, a Historical place of Tripura. It felt utterly wonderful to be in such a Historical place and there is something so very endearing and energizing about facing a glimpse of such an open air art gallery. Truly, over the backdrop of widespread hill ranges, surrounded by lush green and bush, a large no. of colossal figures of Hindu gods & goddesses engraved in a 45 mtr.
  • VAN VIHAR: MANALI-HIMACHAL PRADESH!
    On last 23rd August 2014, as a part of my Himachal Pradesh tour, I was at Van Vihar at Manali, and that was my last destination for the day so I spent more time there as part of evening leisure and enjoyed the glimpse of Mother Nature. The Van Vihar is full of tall deodar trees, lots of swings for kid’s and couples, small pool with boating facilities. The park has many wooden and cemented
  • CLUB HOUSE-MANALI: HIMACHAL PRADESH!
    On last 23rd August 2014, as a part of my Himachal Pradesh tour, I was at Club House at Manali, where I spent few hours and enjoyed the glimpse of Mother Nature. That river side club has some unique attraction. You can do river rafting and spend some time by the side of the river enjoying different sports and games. This is managed by Himachal Tourism. This place is nearly 1.5Kms from Manali. A branch
  • BUDDHIST MONASTERY-MANALI: HIMACHAL PRADESH!
    On last 23rd August 2014, as a part of my Manali, Himachal Pradesh tour, I was at Buddhist Monastery at Manali, where I spent few hours and enjoyed the peace and architecture of the monastery. The colourful Tibetan monastery is famous for its carpet-weaving unit where the residents, the immigrants from Tibet, produce handicrafts of various kinds that attract the tourists towards it. Tibetan Monastery is one of the oldest and famous places in Manali.
  • GREEN VALLEY NEAR KUFRI IN SHIMLA!
    It was August 2014, as a part of my Shimla, Himachal Pradesh tour; I was at Green Valley near Kufri in Shimla. Green Valley is a natural dale near Kufri in Shimla. It is surrounded by verdant hills that are covered with dense forests of pine and deodar. Sometimes rare animals like Yaks can be seen wandering and grazing here. It is a popular point where people come to witness and enjoy the picturesque lush
  • SADU CHIRU WATERFALL AT SENAPATI OF MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip, on last 2nd June 2015 I was at Sadu Chiru Waterfall which was located at Senapati District of Manipur state. About 20 Kms. from Imphal beside the Tiddim Road (NH150) is a picturesque site famous for its perennial Water Fall in a scenic foot hill. There are three waterfall spots. This is a newly open tourist spot.
  • KANGLA MUSEUM, IMPHAL, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 01st June 2015, I was at Kangla Museum which is located at Kangla complex at Impal city. Kangla is the centre of Manipur’s power till 1891, the historical embodiment of Manipur Rulers and the people of Manipur, Kangla have a significant place in the heart and mind of the people of Manipur, outer and inner moat and other relics are perfect reflections of the rich art and
  • LOUKOI PAT LAKE, BISHNUPUR, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 02nd June 2015, I was at Loukoi Pat a tiny lake located near the Tiddim Road on N.H. 150 at Bishnupur is a retreat for visitors from within and outside the state. Boating facilities and the scenic beauty of the place is able to mesmerise the visitors. But, most importantly the hilly picnic spot side are acquired by the Indian Army for base camp purpose and most
  • WAR CEMETERY, IMPHAL, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 01st June 2015, I was at War Cemetery, Imphal, Manipur. Commemorating the memories of the British and Indian soldiers who died during the World War II, these War Cemeteries are managed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Serene are well maintained, the War Cemetery carries little stone markers and bronze plaques recording the sacrifice of those gallant soldiers.
  • VISHNU TEMPLE AT BISHNUPUR, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 01st June 2015, I was at Vishnu Temple at Bishnupur, Manipur. The 15th century Vishnu Temple built of peculiarly small bricks supposedly of Chinese influence during the reign of King Kiyamba is of a historical importance. Bishnupur is also famous for its chiselled stoneware.
  • LOKTAK LAKE AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Loktak Lake, located at 48 Kms. from Imphal, is the largest fresh water lake in the North East Region. From the Tourist Bunglow set atop Sendra Island, visitors get a bird’s eye view of life on the Lake small islands that are actually floating weeds on which the Lake-dwellers live in the backdrop of the shimmering blue water of the Lake,
  • THE INA MUSEUM AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at The INA Museum at Moirang. This town also has a special place in the history of the Indian Freedom struggle. It was at Moirang that the flag of the Indian National Army was first unfurled on April 14, 1944. The INA Museum containing letters, photographs, badges of ranks and other memorabilia reminds the visitors of the noble sacrifices made by the
  • LORD THANGJING TEMPLE AT MOIRANG, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Lord Thangjing Temple at Moirang, Manipur. This place is one of the main centres of early Meitei folk culture with the ancient temple of the pre-hindu deity, Lord Thangjing, situated here. In the month of May, men and women, dressed in colourful traditional costumes sing and dance in honour of the Lord at the Moirang “Lai Haraoba” which is a ritual
  • KEIBUL LAMJAO NATIONAL PARK, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur. The only floating National Park in the world, on the Loktak Lake is the last natural habitat of the Sangai (Rucervus eldii eldii) the dancing deer of Manipur. A glimpse of the deer in this unique wetland ecosystem is a must for any wildlife enthusiast. Other wildlife to mention a few are: Hog deer, Otter and
  • SIROI HILLS, UKHRUL, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 03rd June 2015, I was at Siroi Hills, Ukhrul, Manipur. Siroi Hills is located at Ukhrul, the highest hill station of the state is located at a distance of 83 kms. to the east of Imphal. Ukhrul is well developed and is a centre of a colourful warrior tribe, the Tangkhul Nagas. Siroi Hills and Khangkhui Lime Caves are interesting places for excursions. Siroi Hills: Ukhrul is
  • ANDRO VILLAGE, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 06th June 2015, I was at Andro village about 26 kms. from the Imphal. Here artifacts of the State and from all over the North East are housed, such as pottery collection,rare coins,rare manuscripts of the state, paintings, basketries, bell metals, jewelleries, wood carving etc. There are exact replicas of the houses from different tribes and groups of the state like: Poumai, Kabui, Meitei, Kuki, Tangkohul etc.
  • KHONGHAMPAT ORCHIDARIUM, MANIPUR!
    As a part of my Manipur trip on 07th June 2015, I was at Khonghampat Orchidarium. 10 kms. from Imphal on National Highway No. 39 is the Central Orchidarium which covers 200 acres and houses over 110 rare varieties of orchids, which include dozens of endemic species. The peak blooming season is March-April.
  • I WAS AT MAWJYMBUIN CAVE IN MAWSYNRAM!
    As a part of my Megalaya trip as on 11th June 2015, I was at Mawjymbuin Cave in Mawsynram, which is one of the well known caves in Meghalaya. This cave, due to years of weathering and due to dripping of mineralized solutions and deposition of calcium carbonate, it has thus given rise to some magnificent stalagmites. These stalagmites are not only important and of great interest for geological research but also because of their
  • MAWSYNRAM IS A VILLAGE IN THE EAST KHASI HILLS DISTRICT OF MEGHALAYA STATE!
    As a part of my Meghalaya trip as on 11th June 2015, I was at Mawsynram. Mawsynram is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya state in north-eastern India, 65 kilometres from Shillong. Crowned as the wettest place on earth, the village of Mawsynram is a nature lover’s dream and the best place to witness the fury of the rains. With 11,872 mm of rainfall received annually. Mawsynram is 1400 m above
  • BUDDHIST MONASTERY OF CHURAIBARI, NORTH TRIPURA!
    Today (25.08.2015) I was at Buddhist Monastery of Churaibari, North Tripura. This Monastery was built in 1982 by the devotee of local areas.
  • কেন ভালোবাসি!
    এক-একজন মানুষ আছে যারা কোন কিছু না করেই অনেক কিছু করে যায়। “তুমি” সেই দলেরই লোক। তুমি যে আমাকে খুব বেশি ভালোবাসবে, সারাটা সময় আমার সাথে কথা বলবে বা আমাকে বিয়ে করে সারাটা জীবন আমার সাথে কাটাবে- তা যেন আবশ্যক বলে মনেই হয় না- মনে হয় কোন কিছু না করেও তুমার মধ্যে একটা চরিতার্থতা আছে। এক তরফা ভালোবাসাটা যদিও প্রকৃত ভালোবাসায় শুভা পায়না। তাঁতে এক পষ্কের অপদার্থতা পরিস্ফুট হয়ে ওটে। কিন্তু তুমার মতো কিছু লোক
  • ঐ যে পৃথিবী!
    ঐ যে মস্ত পৃথিবীটা চুপ করে পরে রয়েছে ওটাকে এমন ভালোবাসি, ওর এই গাছপালা, নদী, মাঠ, কোলাহল, নিস্তব্ধতা, প্রভাত, সন্ধ্যা, সমস্তটা দু-হাতে আখড়ে ধরতে ইচ্ছে করছে। মনে হয় পৃথিবীর কাছ থেকে আমরা যে সব পৃথিবীর ধন পেয়েছি, এমন ধন কি কোন স্বর্গ থেকে পেতাম? স্বর্গ আর কি দিত জানিনে… কিন্তু এমন কোমলতা-দুর্বলতাময়, এমন সকরুন আশঙ্কা ভরা, অপরিনত এই মানুষ গুলির মতো এমন আপনার ধন কোথা থেকে দিত? আমাদের এই মাটির ‘মা’, আমাদের এই পৃথিবী, এর
  • মানুষ
    “মানুষ” কি লোহার কল যে ঠিক নিয়ম অনুসারে চলবে? মানুষের মনের এত বিচিত্র এবং বিস্তৃত কান্ড-কারখানা, তার এতদিকে গতি এবং এত রকমের অধিকার যে, তাকে এদিকে-ওদিকে হেলতেই হবে। সেই তার জীবনের লক্ষন, তার মনুষ‌ত্বের চিহ্ন, তার জড়ত্বের প্রতিবাদ। এই দ্বিধা, এই দুর্বলতা যার নেই তার মন নিত্যান্ত সংকীর্ন, কঠিন এবং জীবন বিহীন। যাকে আমরা প্রবৃত্তি বলি এবং যার প্রতি আমরা সর্বদাই কঠু ভাষা প্রয়োগ করি, সেইতো আমাদের জীবনের গতিশক্তি। সেই আমাদের নানা সুখ-দুঃখ, পাপ-পুন্যের মধ্য
  • WOMEN TO WHOM YOU’RE BELONG TOO? YOUR OWN OR SOMEONE ELSE?
    India gained her independence in 1947 but do the women in India feel free? Women have been subordinated across the globe throughout history. It’s paradoxical that on one hand, the world was experiencing enlightenment but on the other hand, women were still subordinated. The Encyclopaedia, a collection of articles produced during the Enlightenment Period by scholars like Voltaire, Denis Diderot etc., was originally written under the shelter of salons run by educated women in 1780s
  • WHY NOT THE YOUTH?
    Politics is perhaps the most commonly used word in every sphere of life these days. Now, when independent India has reached the age of 60, why not have a look at the youth and their perception of politics? Independent India has completed a journey of over 60 successful years. During this period, we have witnessed the worst and the best. The changes our country went through have helped it to evolve as a stronger and
  • WHAT INDEPENDENCE MEANS TO THE YOUTH OF INDIA!
    “You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind” – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Independence is the freedom of the soul, a perception of the mind and a feeling understood by the heart. This freedom, perception and more importantly, this feeling is that of liberation, patriotism, self-dependence and other such things. When all such terms are put together and imposed upon the majority, it
  • PROBLEMS THAT UPSETTING YOUNG PEOPLE !
    Essentially, “young people” fall into the period of life from the beginning of puberty to the attainment of adulthood. This period is usually concomitant with problems as they “struggle” to fit themselves into society. The word “problem” doesn’t necessarily imply that youth is assumed to be a period in which storm and stress predominate; it can be a period marked by good health and high achievement. Nevertheless difficult decisions and adjustments face young people in
  • STRESSES IN THE YOUTH
    Approximately 36 million (35% of the total population of 1025 million) in the country, consists of youth (between 15-24 years as per WHO definition). In 1981, the youth population was approximately 125 million and 171 million at the beginning of 1991. It was over 230 million at the beginning of 2001. Keeping in view the important role which the youth can play towards national development as well as the emerging health problems of the youth,
  • 3 PROBLEMS: THAT INHIBIT HUMANITY!
    Have you ever considered what life would be like if you could overcome your limitations? Essentially, there are three things that truly inhibit man’s potential to succeed and grow beyond himself… 1. DEATH: Obviously, death would be the first problem in humanity. Statistics show that approximately 150,000 people die everyday. The annual death rate is 56 million. Logically, that is an economic waste. Bostrom explains that, if one person equaled one book, we would lose
  • IS HUMANITY SUICIDAL?
    Imagine that on an icy moon of Jupiter – say Ganymede – the space station of an alien civilization is concealed. For millions of years its scientists have closely watched the earth. Because their law prevents settlement on a living planet, they have tracked the surface by means of satellites equipped with sophisticated sensors, mapping the spread of large assemblages of organisms, from forests, grasslands and tundras to coral reefs and the vast planktonic meadows
  • HUMANITY IS EXPANDING BEYOND COMPREHENSION!
    What does it mean to state that humanity is expanding beyond comprehension? How does that affect your day-to-day life while you participate in creating the reality you call your world? Since every aspect of your conscious existence is experienced through your perception (all of your senses) and it is that comprehension creating your next experience, it follows that what you will encounter in the next moment is based upon your perception in this moment. What
  • NO PAINS-NO GAINS!
    A lot of thought, advice and guidance must have gone into your choice of a carrier-be it, Medicine, Engineering, Computers, or any other related discipline. That was just the first step in concertizing your life time, ambition, what remains to be done is detailed planning, hard work, disciplined and above all, perseverance in achieving your target. And it is no easy task,-believe me. Having chosen your goal, you must take one step at a time.
  • POWER!
    Force, energy, strength, might, influence. The many faces of power. The English dictionary has several meaning for power. Like:- a) The state or property of being strong. b) The ability to resist attack. c) The resilience to stress. d) The ability to do something. e) The capacity to influence people. And so on… However, the most telling interpretation of power is: a position of control, which explains to some extent, why power remains one of
  • TIME, SPACE and MIND!
    Become God to each other. Do not look for God somewhere, in the sky, but see God in every pair of eyes, in the mountain, waters, trees, and animals, HOW? Only when you see God in your self. Only Gods can worship Gods. To recognize divinity, there are three dimensions:- “TIME”, ‘SPACE”, and “MIND”. For a seeker, it is necessary to honor time and space. So, he or she can experience sacredness in his or
  • AS YOU SOW-SO SHALL YOU REAP!
    Your success and happiness, no doubt, depend a great deal on your thought and actions. At the same time we must also remember the fact that others especially good-friends can significantly contribute to our success and happiness. In others words, our success and happiness are closely linked to the attitudes and action of others towards us. Basically such attitudes and actions turn out to be a reflection of our own attitudes and actions towards them.
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