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Friday, October 12, 2007

Three Days of Applaud at ITBHU

I am recognized by each teacher in this semester. On 3 days till now, 3 teachers give me full sign of respect and appreciation. There applaud makes my eyes full with tear for them. I was laughing in my heart that "look to whom they are talking". I was affected by their sincere concern to them.I will name them here.They are big guns of my department.

Prof.S.K.Sharma was overwhelmed with my attendance in the July month. He was telling to student low attendance cases in the class. I topped the chart with 0% attendance in 3 subjects mentioned and got to be noticed with top roll number(03 in attendance register) by sir. He bowed his hand and down his head in respect of mine in class for being absent in July month. I hit the chart with 9% attendance and a first day placement in C.T.S.

Prof. V.P.Singh remarked about me after my presentation in seminar. I was expecteing flury of question from his side. But he never speak once in seminar. I was trying hard but the problem lies on their side. In the end of presentation,he remarked that I am big fellow in the department in a sarcastic manner. All the teachers were mocking privately after end of presentation on me due to my reply in most question. I have replied honestly that i don't know in 50% of questions. And i got D in the presentation. But 6 pointer chart is maintained.

Dr. Sandeep Kumar was taking class of CAD. The date is quite correct and well remembered till today. I am man of moral and ethical values. Most of the people in my class went late in the class and read magazines and newspaper in the back seat. I have decided not to cheat and started reading "Lajja" written by Taslima Nasreen. Like the book, the controversy was coming to me. I was deeply involved in the book. Uncle jalan not present that day. Sir asked a simple question and no one in class answered it. Even Junee and shashank were not able to do it. Varun has solved it and siting in next row of me. Sandeep sir came and saw me reading book with great devotion. He imagined that i was ignoring him. Alas!!! book was so good. He did not utter a single word. In the end of class,my name was escaped from roll call. I know the reason why? Fools rush in where angel fears. I stood up and ask for my attendance. Now the awesome 5 minute starts for me.

Hence, the wrath of a silent and calm person was exposed on me. With 5 minutes to go,all the fury was revealed. I was so dumbed that i cannot even stand on my legs. I forgot to say sorry also.2 minutes of anger on me and 3 minute for complete public in class. I have not asked for sorry till now due to lack of courage.

Still for the readers, 3 days of blessings of teachers on me are depicted in short.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Chiranjeevin:Immortal in Hindu Mythology

Chiranjeevins are the eight long-lived persons in Hinduism. The word is a combination of "chiram" (long) and jeevi (lived). This word is often confused with immortality ("amaratva").

1-Ashwathama, a man cursed to immortality and eternal suffering without love from anybody for his role in the murder of the five sons of the Pandavas and his attempted murder of Arjuna's grandson.
2-Mahabali, a righteous demon king who conquered heaven, earth, and the underworld, but was forced to give it back by Vamana.
3-Vyasa, a sage who narrated the Mahabharata, he was also a sage in the epic.
4-Hanuman, who served Rama.
5-Vibhishana, Ravana's brother who was made King of Lanka by Rama.
6-Kripacharya, a teacher of the princes in the Mahabharata.
7-Parashurama, an avatar of Vishnu.
8-Markandeya, a great sage.

There are several other personages known as chiranjeevins, like Jambavantha (Jambavan). However, in Hinduism, "immortal" does not mean eternal. Even immortal things are dissolved at the end of the universe, including its secondary creator Brahma. The only eternals are Vishnu and Shiva of the Trimurti, i.e. manifestations of Brahman (the Supreme Reality), Sheshanaga (the Eternal Serpent), and the four Vedas.


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