Friday, 25 April 2014

The TEACHER, enlightening the world!

  I don't know where to start writing about this "teacher"! I salute you, Sir! I bow down to you and to your unmatched spirit and to your unconditional dedication to educate one in each house!

To you Sir!

I live in a materialistic world. I am also among those who take pleasure in the worldly comfort and lucrative deals. Everyday I hear about how my friends/acquaintances who switch jobs for better and bigger. For more comfort and for more growth. Is it bad? I still feel it's not bad. 

But with so much self-oriented prospect, we should not talk about changing the world or complain about various odds of the world. Cause somewhere we forgot to put in our bit to make this world a better place.

This teacher, who faces soo many difficulties, at times no food, not much amenities, not a lucrative salary, not a flashy cabin or a top-architect developed school, not even the basics of the school are in place. But still he his happy to be a teacher in such a remote location. Still he is happy to teach.

His undying spirit needs no encouragement. His selfless attitude needs no recognition. His mammoth willpower has sustained him in adversities and will do the same in future.

It is for you, for me, for the better world that I request you to donate for this school. Maybe only few among us can do what he is doing, but at least we can provide those basics of a school to those kids who walk miles to learn. At least we can help them get those books/stationary to learn better. Can't we do this much? Or can we do?

Hoping for help, please donate on this link -

Let's keep the dream alive - educate every home. Your small step can bring a big difference to many families! It's time to #DoRight!

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Thursday, 10 April 2014

The Smelly storieesss!

Friends are blessings. Well, most of them. But I am not going to talk about those who are the blessing-types. I am going to talk about the ones who are good-at-heart, nice, friendly, helpful but are a complete pain in NOSE!


A complete pain in NOSE!

Saturday, 5 April 2014

The Football!

This is one story which we all know about. This is the game where the entire world is gearing up for the event - FIFA 2014. The logo, the theme song, the celebrities to perform, the clothes, the shoes, the field, the ball, the players and the entire taam-jhaam related to the game is in process of perfection. 

There is another story. This story and the one mentioned above has just two similarities - 

  • Football, the game.
  • Passion for the game
But other than the above two similarities, there is nothing which can be compared. A story of a team of girls from India - the Dooars XI. This team of girls play football. Without the best trainer. Without the best suited clothes. Without proper shoes. Without even a ball for each player.

What amazes me in this video is the spirit of the girls. Who, inspite of all the adversities, wants to play. 

Being an Indian girl, I know what challenges they must have faced to reach to this level. When I was growing up, my parents could think of only three profession which were respectable - Medical profession, Engineering & Civil services. If ever I put forward my wish to become something apart from these, it was ridiculed about. 

The old school of thought still persist. It is hard for many kids to break it and live their dream -- Which these girls have done. They have risen above. They are living their dream. They have held their pride up. They have kept the passion for the game running. Inspite of being ridiculed at, by their family members. Inspite of all the odds. 

We need to give them a helping hand. We need to pull them up. We need encourage them. We need to back them to make them play, play better. For INDIA.

I wonder if you are moved by their courage and passion, but if you are, I request you to donate a little at Your little WILL make a big impact. Please do donate! Cause It's time to #DoRight!

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