मंगलवार, 27 मार्च 2012

If I were the Prime Minister for a Day……………...............

Once somebody asked me an extremely puzzling question – What would have I done if I had been the Prime Minister for a day?

If I were the Prime Minister for a day, how interesting it sounds. Isn’t it? But how difficult it is to think about and how challenging it would have been if it had become a reality.

India is one of the fastest growing countries of the world. It also shows all the potential to become the most developed country in South Asia. It already is considered as the big brother among all the countries of South Asia.

The Prime Minister’s chair has given space to several persons since 1947, after independence. Prime Minister is the most powerful person of the country, according to the Indian constitution. What actually I could have done for the betterment of the country if I had possessed this powerful post, was a question awfully baffling me.

Despite all the developments and talks about the developments, India as a developing country is facing all the challenges a country of its kind faces largely. India is confronting with all such challenges including high level of population, Poverty, illiteracy, unemployment, and low per capita income. These all the challenges are directly associated with the cabin of Prime Minister of India.

The first and foremost task of mine as the Prime Minister would have been developing a sound strategy to cope up with the aforesaid challenges. I would also have taken strong steps against the politics of religion, caste, creed and all other factors that are responsible for corruption in government and administration, the most burning issue of these days. I replied to the question in the aforesaid words.

However, I knew that I would not have been the first person to think like that and do like that. Many others who held the position must have tried their best. Still, if I were the Prime Minister for a day I would have done this in my own way.

Think Positive Be Positive………………………..

बुधवार, 21 मार्च 2012

When I Was a Kid………...........

Sometimes I think what the most thrilling wish was for me, when I was a kid. Simply, I was waiting to grow up. I never knew what the struggles of life were all about. What I knew was just to do the class-work/homework given by school, to eat, to sleep and to play. Life was easy like air. There was no stress of marks, no tension of job and no need to think about future but there was a thought that when would I be a grownup?


I used to think that when I become a grownup, I will get some extraordinary powers that only a grownup can possess. I never thought of the responsibilities that are possessed by the grownups. It was only in my youth when I came to know that big powers always come with big responsibilities.

One’s childhood is the most precious time to build one’s physical and mental traits. It’s all about getting the basic personality by oneself. But that is the time when you don’t know how does this happen. When you actually realized the process, it is already your youth. Before that you are not mature enough to understand these valuable moments of your life.

Today, when I look back, I realize that the youth that is ready to come is always waited by a child but the childhood that has gone can only be thought of but never be got back. We always have time to seek what we don’t have but we never have it enough to observe the value of things that we already own.

Cheers for our childhood.....……..

मंगलवार, 13 मार्च 2012

It’s All About Varanasi…............


Varanasi, popularly known as Banaras, is considered as one of the ancient cities in the world. It is situated on the bank of river Ganga. Comprising of 84 ghats and innumerable temples, this city is known for its religiosity, culture and diversity. Moreover, bearing Kashi as its ancient name, it is an apple for the eyes of the tourists. That is one of the must visit and most visited tourist place of India.

When you start traveling the city, you never have a chance to miss out any of the places that hold all the capacity to attract tourist from all over the world. Sankatmochan, Manasmandir, Lord Durga and Kashi Vishwanath temples are such amazing attractions of the city. Apart from that, Dashwashamedh, Assi and many more ghats are having their own significance regarding the historical landmarks of not only this beautiful city but also of the whole India and the world itself. Form any of these ghats, you can see the elegant landscape of river Ganga.

BHU, Banaras Hindu University, Asia’s largest university is another milestone in terms of the praise of this wonderful city. Besides, how can we forget the place of peace Sarnath that is also responsible to put more stars in the excellence list of Banaras?

Varanasi is a place that never let you feel that whether you are old or new for it. Furthermore, as soon as you reach it, Banaras starts to grab your attention and you become a fan of it, as soon as you visit it. This is the grace of the marvelous city.

Cheers for Varanasi….......