Two books every individual should read.

The Gita gives you the unique way of life that eases off your tension and you enjoy a happy life. Gita, apart from being a religious scripture, is a scripture of life as well. It is a way of life based on faith and devotion. Reading Gita is good enough but it has a lot more to it. Download link 👈

The Upanishads are “wisdom teachings” that explore the deeper, internal meaning of sacrifice. Jnana – revolutionary wisdom that transforms and enlightens one’s consciousness – is an important goal of Upanishadicteachings . There are about 108 Upanishads. Upanishads teach us about the Supreme reality, aka, Brahman, which is umanifest, imperishable, formless.

List of problems India is facing right now but the worst case is no one gives a damn , kisi ko farak nhi padh raha.


Bhagwan ke bharose mat baitho, ka pata u humre bharose baitha ho!

1. Worsening Water NightmareIndia is facing the worst water crisis in history. Nearly half the population is struggling with drought-like conditions. This year, rainfall in western and southern states is below average.The NITI Aayog has warned that the demand for drinking water will outstrip supply by 2030 if preventive steps are not taken.
Nearly 600 million Indians suffer from high to extreme water stress. About 2,00,000 deaths per year are attributed to lack of access to safe water. Experts predict that 21 big cities will run out of groundwater by 2020.2. Fake News MenaceMisinformation, hate speech and false propaganda on social media are dividing India’s community fabric one WhatsApp message at a time.Fact-checker Pratik Sinha believes, what gets maximum likes on Facebook goes viral at least five times more on WhatsApp.For two years his team has been debunking thousands of fake news cases. Ahmedabad-based Sinha, co-founder of India’s leading fact-checking site AltNews, says it is the lack of digital literacy that makes fake news acceptable.
3. Agrarian CatastropheSuicides, debt burden, falling prices of produce… India’s farm economy is in turmoil. Massive protests by farmers swept India late last year as thousands of them marched to Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai in the last week of November alone.An estimated 26 crore citizens work in agriculture making about 55-57percent of India’s population dependent on the sector.Despite the government’s implementation of the new MSP regime, profitable remuneration is eluding farmers.Agriculture contributed 21 percent to GDP in 2004-05 but has dropped to around 13 percent in the past 15 years.4. Political Arrogance“Hua toh hua is the mantra of arrogant Congress,” PM Modi raged against Sam Pitroda’s cavalier remark on the anti-Sikh riots. Politicians consistently misuse their position to suppress cases, assault government staff, laud goons and in extreme cases even rape women and get pliant cops to intimidate.Members of ruling parties are the worst: the misconduct of Akash Vijayvargiya and Sadhvi Pragya Thakur invited Modi’s ire. Crimelord MP Shahabuddin was called ‘bahubali’ until he was sent to jail.An MP trashed an airline employee. Another ejected confirmed passengers from a train compartment to seat his gunmen. A law is necessary to rein in such hubris.5. Flood MismanagementMonsoon is synonymous with floods. This year, rains killed nearly 500 between April 1 and July 17. Nearly six lakh houses and over four lakh hectares of crop were damaged, according to home ministry data.
It’s the same story everywhere, every year: thousands evacuated, hundreds dead, livelihoods lost, villages and settlements washed away, houses submerged, and the authorities always caught napping.People die even in financial capital Mumbai, which is paralysed by rain every monsoon.6. UnemploymentOne in three formally trained youth were unemployed in 2017-18, according to the Periodic Labour Force Survey 2017-18. Automakers, parts manufacturers and dealers have laid off about 3,50,000 workers since April.In this economic climate, luck hasn’t favoured Akash Trivedi (name changed). The polytechnic graduate from Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh, came to Delhi seven years ago.“I borrowed money from friends and did a short course in programming and coding and got a job,” he says. After a year, he moved to a better job. Three years ago, he married a hospital receptionist. They bought a small house.Last year, Akash was sacked. “My firm said investors had pulled out and they couldn’t keep a large workforce. Since then I have been unemployed.” His younger brother completed his MBA a year ago but hasn’t found a job.Akash’s wife’s salary of `16,000 is their only income.7. Pending JusticeBureaucratic sloth coupled with slow settlement of cases in India’s courts is a scourge the country has to fix on priority. The 100-year-old M Kaliyan will tell you. He has been part of two struggles over a century.The first, the Independence movement, and the second, a Kafkaesque trial for his freedom fighter’s pension. The Tamil Nadu government initially turned down his application which was passed only in 2010 after a protracted legal battle.His application for central government pension is yet to be approved.8. Poor PolicingAccording to United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, India’s ratio of 138 police personnel per lakh of population in 2013 was the fifth lowest among 71 countries.
Experts state that the archaic Indian police system doesn’t meet the requirements of a modern welfare state and reforms proposals have been pending for long.A 2018 Lokniti team survey at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies found that less than 25 percent of Indians trust the police highly. The distrust is mostly attributed to factors such as: interactions with the police can be frustrating, time-consuming and costly.

5 Best Self Improvement Books to Read

Hi friends , (simple but effective intro)

Writing after a long gap of time .

Actually i’m 24 and in this age there are certain problems we face as an adults ,we might address it as problems but now when i’m abit above them i like to address them as fertilizers (funny ain’t?) they help us grow in life and yes if you can still stand tall after an aftermath , you will come out as an strong individual and be more likely to surpass even greater stroms in life. Today i’m sharing 5 books you must read for self improvement and let me tell you the hitman’s secret , you can read thousands and millions of books but without any field work it doesn’t create or add any value to one’s life. We must experience in outer world to stream our inner world without that nothing gonna work my friend. So let’s get started. Top 5 picks of my list for self-improvement

1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen. R. Covey

2. Think and Grow Rich: The Original 1937 Unedited Edition by Napoleon Hill

3. How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

4. The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

5. Rich Dad Poor DadBook by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. This book is little different from others it will force you to be the best version of yourself + it will explain how and why higher income fails in comparison to multiple income sources which will set us financially independent.

P.S – just wrote names of the books i found highly helpfull without any of their description, do little ground work and share your experience with us. Help us complete this proverb curiosity is the mother of ? You can comment your answer on comment section. Thank you

5 ways to be happy which will ultimately make you a good leader , if you are the one.

1️⃣ Take care of your mental health: Yes, you need to have good physical health, but mental fitness matters too! We do not always care about our mental health as we do with our physical health. But a good organizer also needs to be mentally healthy. 1 out of every 7 people in Bangladesh suffers from mental problems. It’s good to know some ways to stay mentally healthy. For example, spend quality time with people you love, like your family, listen to people and try to understand them. Respect others and share those things that are hurting you to a person you trust. Make enough time to do what you love, and sleep enough time (7 to 9 hours).

2️⃣ Communication skills: a volunteer has to become proficient in communicating well with others. You have to listen to other people. We often become more interested in telling people than listening to them. That’s not fair at all. Others should listen carefully.

Communication means connecting with others. It can be through email, social media, phone calls or physically. Wherever the person understands, he / she can connect with him / her conveniently. For that reason I have to keep that in mind when I am talking and what I am saying. Keeping a smile on your face also plays an important role in communication.

3️⃣ Time management: An organizer should always be careful about time, so other people’s time is not wasted and the work is not disrupted. Make a list of the important tasks you have to do and the time you are assigning to them. There are various time management apps that can be used to get good results.

4️⃣ Positive Thinking: often people talk about their own actions, problems or failures in the past or talk negatively about others. This should not be done. You have to try to see everything as positively as possible. Without repeatedly thinking negatively about the events that have happened before. If you do not focus on the positive, many things can cause problems in the organization. Working can cause frustration sometimes, but negative thinking is not an option. You should try to boost self-esteem with yourself and colleagues.

5️⃣ Learn about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Young organizers need to have a good knowledge about SDGs if they want to support their communities. The role of young people is very important in meeting the Sustainable Development five goals, no matter how small you think your actions are.




I came across this short, but very meaningful Japanese

quote, which got me thinking . It says, “Fall down seven times, stand up eight.”

The basic premise is that we have to be ready to face obstacles and failure before we

can taste success. We all lack something inside us , we all get hurt sometimes. DO NOT QUIT.


So, don’t be disheartened if you are not doing well in your endeavour. In the long haul,

you are sure to emerge triumphant. You can put this quote on your study table

to inspire you.

with love, as always,






on the sacred battlefield of Kurukshetra,  “Arjuna questioned: My Lord! If Wisdom is above action, why dost Thou advise me to engage in this terrible fight? Thy language perplexes me and confuses my reason. Therefore please tell me the only way by which I may, without doubt, secure my spiritual welfare. Lord Shri Krishna replied: In this world, as I have said, there is a twofold path, O Sinless One! There is the Path of Wisdom for those who meditate, and the Path of Action for those who work. No man can attain freedom from activity by refraining from action; nor can he reach perfection by merely refusing to act. He cannot even for a moment remain really inactive, for the Qualities of Nature will compel him to act whether he will or no. He who remains motionless, refusing to act, but all the while brooding over sensuous object, that deluded soul is simply a hypocrite. But, O Arjuna! All honour to him whose mind controls his senses, for he is thereby beginning to practise Karma-Yoga, the Path of Right Action, keeping himself always unattached. Do thy duty as prescribed, for action for duty’s sake is superior to inaction. Even the maintenance of the body would be impossible if man remained inactive. In this world people are fettered by action, unless it is performed as a sacrifice. Therefore, O Arjuna, let thy acts be done without attachment, as sacrifice only. In the beginning, when God created all beings by the sacrifice of Himself, He said unto them: `Through sacrifice you can procreate, and it shall satisfy all your desires. Worship the Powers of Nature thereby, and let them nourish you in return; thus supporting each other, you shall attain your highest welfare. For, fed, on sacrifice, nature will give you all the enjoyment you can desire. But he who enjoys what she gives without returning is, indeed, a robber.’ The sages who enjoy the food that remains after the sacrifice is made are freed from all sin; but the selfish who spread their feast only for themselves feed on sin only. All creatures are the product of food, food is the product of rain, rain comes by sacrifice, and sacrifice is the noblest form of action. All action originates in the Supreme Spirit, which is Imperishable, and in sacrificial action the all-pervading Spirit is consciously present. Thus he who does not help the revolving wheel of sacrifice, but instead leads a sinful life, rejoicing in the gratification of his senses, O Arjuna, he breathes in vain.



If you can keep your head when all about you

Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you

But make allowance for their doubting too,

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,

Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,

Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,

And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream—-and not make dreams your master,

If you can think—– and not make thoughts your aim;

If you can meet with triumph and disaster

And treat those two imposters just the same;

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken

Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,

Or watch the things you gave your life to broken,

And stoop and build ‘em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings

And risk it on one truth of pitch-and-toss,

And lose, and start again at your beginnings

And never breathe a word about your loss;

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew

To serve your turn long after they are gone,

And so hold on when there is nothing in you

Except the will which says to them: “Hold on!”


If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,

Or walk with Kings—nor lose the commong touch,

If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,

If all men count with you, but none too much;

If you can fill the unforgiving minute

With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,

Yours is the earth and everything that’s in it,

And—-which is more—-you’ll be a Man, my son! —–-Rudyard kipling


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