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Oct 2, 2015

Success Stories of a Poor Village Girl (IAS Aspirant)

A Great Story by Mrityunjay Chaubey

Only a successful person knows how many obstacles lying in his/her way to success, he had to clear to accomplish his/her ultimate mission. Many would argue that success is an everlasting journey however, everyone of us would agree that turning the biggest dream into a reality is no less than success since it brings smile on face and happiness in life. All successful people across the globe share certain similarities. They are hard working people and self-disciplined. They do not have faith in fortune but they strongly believe in toil. Every accomplished person has to go through an acid test in his life. At the end when he achieves things, it becomes history for the coming generations.

We are about to go through the life of Yogita Thakur, a small town girl of Bihar whose ultimate dream was to become an IAS officer. She developed her passion to possess the highest administrative post of the country during her childhood. Her father Dipendra Thakur who had never been to school, obtained his livelihood by pulling a cycle-rickshaw and could earn some Rs. 80 a day. Ergo it was hard for him to meet family expenses. Mother Alka Thakur who could manage to read a couple of Hindi words, was the Home Minister of the family. She had two younger brothers namely Ratnesh Thakur and Ankur Thakur who would love to play Gilli-Danda, a popular outdoor game of Bihar, and hate to spend long tedious hours in school. As she grew older with her strong dream, she gradually realized how tough it was to acquire something, particularly for those who were economically weak.

Being a girl of an undeveloped village, it was never easy for her to lead the life of her choice. Mother wanted her to discontinue her education soon after she finished high school. Mother, however, had a longing to educate only her two sons since she believed daughter would no longer stay with her; daughter was not an aeonian member. For mother, spending money on a daughter was biting off more than her family could chew. Nevertheless she enjoyed the support of her father who had promised her to even do overtime work to meet expenses of her education. In dire straits, at the age of 21 she finally completed her graduation which was needed to pursue the dream of becoming an administrative officer.

Yogita was probably the only graduate girl in the village as well as the only unmarried girl at this age. People now embarked on flocking with marriage proposals to her home. Mother along with other relatives began to heap up pressures on her to get married. Nothing was going accordingly. She wanted to continue her further preparations for the UPSC examination. This could not be done in the village since there was no access to electricity; what was even worst was that there was just a single book stall in the entire town and that too did not have books on the shelves required for the preparation. In this deep darkness her farther was the only ray of hope who could keep the flame burning. She plucked up some courage and went up to poor father to ask him to send her Delhi for a better and supportable environment. yogita wanted to prepare for the UPSC exam as she knew she could not survive the highly competitive world in the village. Surprisingly her father agreed at once and promised to provide her with all basic requirements. She surely broke the back of the beast by overcoming these hurdles. But this had not to be done easily. Father was too poor to offer monetary assistance to his daughter he, therefore, sold a considerable chunk of his ancestral land and gave her a sum of 25 thousands to live her life.

She moved to Delhi thereafter. Because the budget was very minuscule in amount, she had to live in a small rented room in Rajendra Nagar of Delhi, with a partner, Bhavana Gaekwad, who hailed from Madhya Pradesh. Concordantly it was not a small deal for her to take a class. In lieu of taking a class she focused on self-preparation. Having a bee in her bonnet, she constantly buckled down and did some serious work. Sometimes her monetary condition prevented her from even having meals twice a day but it couldn’t hold her back from doing hard work. She dedicated herself for her ultimate goal during the preparation. Eventually the most awaited day approached to her when she was scheduled to go through the acid test.

Despite blood, sweat and tears all the way, she failed in her exam on the first attempt. The news buzzed the ears of father Dipendra. He failed to brook the news of her failure; as a consequence he became mentally challenged and family income broke down. Villagers and relatives held her responsible for all these misfortunes and exiled her from the village. By now she ran out of money because all money she had received from her father was spent. Luckily for her, she had amassed heaps of knowledge during preparation. She found a teaching job in a nearby coaching class which helped her to carry on the preparation. She left no stone unturned during the next year preparation. When she appeared for the examination once again, the sapient girl came out with flying colours securing the first rank on the merit list. All leading newspapers highlighted her story. The relatives and villagers regretted their rude action against her when they came to know about the news of her domination in the most highly competitive exam. They went to Delhi to bring the audacious girl back home. Now she is a role model of all girls in the town.

The long and the short of the write-up is that success does not happen by default but it is made happen. You have to remain under teeth of difficulties for a long span of time; you have to face all emerging challenges with patience; you have to cope with your milieu. Because world does not care about the teething prolems you face, world only cares about the outcome of what you are doing. When Yogita was expelled from her own village, she did not lose her morale but remained calm and composed and proved her worth at the end. As the famous English proverb clearly says “all’s well that ends well”.

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Sep 25, 2015

503 Words Essay on My Dream For Class 10

503 Words Essay

“My Dream is to set that bird free from its cage”. “A smile on my mother’s face is my dream I yearn “. A dream is an ambition, the reason to live. It makes impossibility into a possibility.

If fantasy would be lacking then a Nomad wouldn’t have made it out of the cave. Dream is to believe, believe is to act; act is to progress and progress is to success. We read many heart touching stories about people leaving everything behind and following what they love. I would say that’s what dream comprises of, not of that which includes grasp of parchment.

I had a dream last night where I was flying on a Hippogriff and living in a sanctuary with my beloved and with that I painted a canvas which made my dream come true of becoming an artist. So dreams are inter connected. Small hints and intuitions which life gives make’s our way till the end, only if we understand the plan designed for our passion.
▷ Mahatma Gandhi’s dream was to free our nation.
▷ Thomas Alva Edison wanted a light that would ignite the dreams of others.
▷ Leonardo da Vinci desirably painted a smile that would take breaths away.

Some of the stories or dream speech which I have heard are of
▷ A couple leaving everything behind and travelling the world through a ferry along with their pet cat to see the beauty which God has made with all his love.
▷ An engineering student leaving his studies to follow his passion of becoming a chef.
In this ‘ Playing safe’ obsessed world, young generation often get brainwashed everyday to follow the heard, to become a living machine with lack of creativity and spirit. I hear much of adolescence of this generation saying that they would let their offspring’s follow their heart instead of getting manufactured in the universities.

MARTIN LUTHER KING’S “I have a dream” portrays about justice against racism, against inhumanity. The speech delivered by him has made a country united with the abode of all races together. I believe a dream is fulfilment. Like a song is only complete with good lyrics, a likely life is complete with a dream. So, what’s your dream?..

We hear songs being sung to give them some sunshine, to give them some rain, to give them another chance to grow up once again. Only if they could, only if we could and we can, so let us dream, dream big to make a little girl happy because it is never too late for anything.

“In the ocean I see, the dream of a fisherman
In the fire I see the ignite of fierce
In the earth I see the yearn for petrichor
In the winds I see dream of serenity”
“Oh thy make dreams come true
I pray every day to you
Thy destinies be reached and promises be Fulfilled
Reverie I am, so guide me through
Fantasies glitter in my eyes
So let them shine anew”

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Sep 18, 2015

Essay on My Biggest Wish for Country For Class 9

My small wish for our country India can solve bigger problems and it will qualify as the biggest wish parameter for our country that anybody perceived till date .

Financial, political , Industrial growth numbers cannot present index of happiness of common man. Bread, employment, health and smile of the common man face determine the life index of any country .

My wish can bring the true happiness and real growth sense in our society. I think I should reveal my wish now. It is making our government's all system transparent with the help of computerisation . It is the wish of many citizens of India . Great experts already have advocated for bringing transparency . If the banks can be computerised within a year then why not gowonment . The most important thing is that computerisation must not be a show game. we common man needs to exeute our needful official job at our fingertips just like internet banking . It is the most convenient method to reduce corruption which is eating our country day by day .

Corruption is the result of redtapism activities of person connected to the execution process of the governmental bodies. If the system can be made transparent then everything will be visible foam top & bottom. Most of all the system must be citizen driven and policy must be gourmet driven. It is the only way to perceive for betterment of a country having minimal corruption or no corruption.

I would like to cite examples of redtappism activities of government staff/ officers etc and its substitute process to diminish the wrong power utilisation of the men connected with the government activity.
Example 1:
Problem: If someone go to put an FIR the police indirectly ask bribe. Or the police shows his power to put fear in the front men, so that he make a contribution.
Solution : The online FIR registry method must be made available for the convenience of the common men. And all the talk between police and the parties must be locked in the computer system. So that no any twist of move can be made to cheat any of the parties. The government fee must be paid online. There are many person who cannot do it. For them cyber cafe are to be made government's agent for case basis fee payable by the common men.
Example 2:
Problem: The judiciary system must be computerised to make the system honest. It is the one place from where corruption are breeding by leaps and bound. The problem is that layers makes creative mistake in the statement to charge unnecessary fee for its correction. For every stamp there is connected fee. No one can avail any communication to the judicial system through online system. Every common man has fear of black coats why? Is it the system our freedom fighters dreamed. Certainly not.
Solution: If the cases will be launched by the party itself thereby paying government's registration fee through e-stamp. Then the start of the cases will be transparent. The lawyer will be in the system between the customer and the court system through online channel. Every statement must be locked in the system to make it one time statement that cannot be changed for cheating anyone. It can also be scrutinized by the court judges and the system. There will be no dependency on verbal talk . Everything will be written like SAP system of the corporate world. I think this will do a wonder for the common men and for the nation also. Just like banking system and online railway ticketing has boosted the economy of our country. Transparency will do the same for the other government bodies.

Above all we love our country whatever way it looks, feel and treat us. We are proud of our country.

More to be added. Readers are requested to add more point of corruption and its solution

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Sep 15, 2015

134 Words Essay on Mahatma Gandhi For Grade 5

By  Archita Pattanaik

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is also called as "Bapu'. He is also known as the father of nation. He was born on 2nd october, 1869 at Porbandar in state of Gujarat. His father was the diwan of the age of 12, He was married to Kasturba. he moved to England for higher studies. He returned as a barrister in 1891.

Bapu was totally opposed to violence. Truth and Ahimsa were his two forceful weapons. He had faith in peace. while opposing the British rule, Mahatma Gandhi went to jail several times.

Gandhiji was shot dead on January 30, 1948 by Nathu ram Godse. The father of the nation passed away, leaving all of us immensely sad . Nehru expressed a deep sorrow on his death. he said:

"The light has gone out and there is darkness all around."

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Sep 11, 2015

Essay on My Behaviour for Class 9

“People’s character is their behaviour”
Behave like a caterpillar whose patience is imbibed, for turning into a butterfly for rest of his life.

Behaviour is not only about being nice among others but it is about being nice to your heart, to that inner soul of yours. If you are lost see a younger one’s conduct and you will know their innocence and that spirit which is lost while growing up.

Perfection is synonymous to it.
Like the behaviour of snow white with her seven Dwarfs,
Like sibling love of Elsa and Anna,
Like a student with her teacher,
Like a King with her Queen.
So make behaviour your character, your destiny and make it that, through which you will be known by it.

“Once I had a cat that resembled a Queen,
She looked so Pious without any grief
And, when I looked in her eyes,
She told me, to be like yourself and nobody”. Through this poem you will know that even a cat’s behaviour will look majestic, that is the power of behaviour.

In the holy books words are spread about the conduct, about the reward for it, for imbibing it, for making it a possession, for making it the quality of your life. It is spread all around you.

In the science: The way neutrons and electrons behave.
In the environment: The way flowers bloom together without envy.
In the books: The way words sway with each other to make the reader happy.
So when it is spread in the lifeless things then why not spread it among the live full people, among those people who envies first, who is jealous, who is neutral, who is slowly losing its power of the natural conduct.

Life gives us second chances and it makes us believe that life is all about experiencing the situations, about loving those little things in life, about making life beautiful with your manner. “Sometimes people will hear you and be able to change their behaviour, but often their behaviour has more to do with their own need for approval than with your need for support. No matter what their response, you need to be firm and hold your ground. At the end of the day, your health is your responsibility”.

Love will make everything adaptable, behaviour will make everything approachable and through this destiny will be reached and make everything a dream come true.

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Sep 4, 2015

Essay on A True Muslim

By Ayera Butt (Pakistan)

"Religion has been of pivotal significance since the start of civilization. Islam is a true religion. It is also a complete code of life. The followers of Islam are called MUSLIMS. A true Muslim is one who follows the principles of Islam. He possesses the following traits.

A muslim has a firm faith in ALLAH. His angels,book,prophets and the day of re-surrection. He also believe in good or bad fate. After having a firm faith, he performs the prayers five times a day. He pays zakat and perform hajj. He fasts during the whole month of Ramazan.

The life of the Muslim reflects the true spirit of Islam. He show faith in his doings. He never violates the golden principles of Islam. His dealings and conduct with the people are always even-handed and fair. His manners and behaviour with the people are always exemplary. He holds high standard of morality. He always remain polite and never harms other. He performs his duties magnificently. He meet all his obligations in respect of his parents,family,relatives and country. A true Muslim never a miser nor spendthrift. He maintains balance between these two extremes. He is thankful to ALLAH in prosperity. He shows patience in adversity. He knows that the joys and sorrows of this world are temporary.He knows that the purpose of his life is to please ALLAH. Knowledge is obligatory in Islam. A true Muslim learns from the lap of his mother to his grave. He is always broad minded. He ponders over the secrets of nature.He never hesitant in adopting and utilizing the modern technology

In short a true Muslim possesses all the positive and constructive qualities. He is beneficial and useful to his family,society and humanity. But in doing all this, he never ignores the true spirit of Islam."

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Aug 28, 2015

Essay on Importance of Inculcating Good Habits in Childhood For Class 3

277 Words

It is most important for us to be good to our surrounding. This needs inculcating good habits from very beginning. We must follow our parents with our best observations. Our partners are our first role model of our childhood.

It is very easy to learn good habits from daily activities of our parents. We should tell our problems to our parents without fear. Discipline is a right tool of keeping us fit on right track of life. We must make routine for our study time and play time. Early to bed and early to rise is the most important factor to remain healthy , disciplined, peaceful and wealthy. As far as I know, late night sleeping causes weakening of memory power.

Inculcating good habits and manners are part of our learning process. We must attend to first call of our parents. Our response, attitude and way of acting our daily work should earn good response from our surroundings. Being less talkative or avoiding unwanted talking is liked by everybody. It should be inculcated from our childhood. We must inculcate a habit of patient listening. Respecting elders must be learned to build our etiquette. We must also learn about social duties.

A society would be very happy if everyone thinks of inculcating good habits in children. We must read story books of good morals. It brings significant difference in our thinking. It inspires us from its practical event. We should practice to avoid hastiness in our work and activities. It reduces mental stability and causes faults in our work. In this way it can be concluded that inculcating good habits in childhood is most important for successful life.

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Aug 21, 2015

Holiday near A Sea Beach Essay For Class 6

300 Words Essay

“Make a wish and it will come true”, said mom in her enthusiastic pitch of voice. When I looked at her, she resembled not less than a Fairy God Mother. The shine in her eyes told me “make a wish, make a wish”.

I closed my eyes and wished on that I want to go to Hawaii (heaven of beaches).
My mom gave me an “Oh, I know you wanted to go there” kind of look. The next day my bags were packed and I was off to Hawaii!!!
Mom being a news Reporter knew her tactics and ensured that we were in Hanapepe, Kauai in Hawaii on time and stayed in one of the best hotels.
The Glass beach over there is blanketed with millions of sea glass particles which came from years of discarded glass washed up on the shore. My heart melted because this was going to be the best holiday ever. In our swim suits we were baking under the summer sun and drinking cocktail.
Can I ask you a question?
Yes, I said
Can you forgive me?
No way, I smirked.
She held my hand, opened my fist and gave me a sea glass.
Are you serious?
You bet! She exclaimed
This is the sea glass which dad gave you.
How can you be so sure?
Your initials are engraved on it.
Mom smiled and her eyes shone like before but glittered with tears of joy.
“I knew why you wanted to come here”, she said wiping her tears.
“I just wanted to remind you that no matter what I’ll always love you” I said.
After the emotional drama we did swim in and had an amazing brunch. The next day I received a message from dad saying,
“I knew you could do it
Thanks for making it happen
We are inseparable now”

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