kisi khas kai liye

milegi jis din ye nazar tujse
tabse aankhe teri, par sath mere hogi,
jo bol na payega tu, par dikhega teri ankho mei
zubaan pe wo baat mere hogi,
bolega tu tere adhro se jo kabhi kabhi,


par wo alfaaz mere honge,
humare darmiyaan rumaniya wo halaat kuch aise honge,
jab hoga ye anjaam,
sirf ek chand hoga aur raat wo andheri hogi,
nazar tumhari humpe aur humari tumpe,
us puri mulaqaat ke liye thehri hogi……

Vasundha Nahar

Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur



tumhara har ilzam jayaz
tumara har gila jayaz
tumhara ruthna jayaz
kuch na kehna jayaz
ye sb jayaz kyunki humne tumare dil mei reh ke
tumhara dil-e-haal jana h

fir kyun…

na humara gum jayaz
na humara karm jayaz
na humara ruthna jayaz
na hi humara shant rehna jayaz
tum bhi toh humare dil se puch kai dekho…
kya humara tumse koi rishta purana h???

Vasundha Nahar

Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur


कुछ अल्फ़ाज़ वो उसकी याद मे है
कुछ अल्फ़ाज़ वो उसकी चाह मे है
कुछ अल्फ़ाज़ उसके एहसास मे है
तो कुछ अल्फ़ाज़ उसके होने की आस मे है
बस यही अल्फ़ाज़ अब रह गये मेरे पास
पर इन अल्फाज़ो  का..
“क्या तुम्हे है एहसास “
हो एहसास तो हमे भी याद करना
ओर कभी तो इन अल्फाज़ो से तुम भी बात करना
खो जाना इन अल्फाज़ो मे की घुल जाना तुम इन सांसो मे
बस फिर हमे ही तुम याद करना
ओर इन अल्फाज़ो से तुम मोहबात-ए-आगाज़ करना..

Priyansha Sharma
Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur


The Talia Tale–Pain that inspires

“I have two cancers in my body at once,” Talia says. “Well preleukemia; which is a start of leukemia in my bone marrow. There are not really any treatments for it.  It is very rare to have neuroblastoma and leukemia at the same time.”

A 13- year old cancer patient, Talia Joy Castellano, who inspired the complete world with her video blogs about her, finally lost her battle of life. Her heartbreaking yet inspiring blogs taught us many things. To smile even with deepest pain in heart, to inspire even with the sufferings, to live even with the realization that the end is not far away.

Talia, battling with cancer from the past 7 years, lost her battle and departed on the morning of 16 July, 2013. The YouTube star continued to make videos for her fans throughout her battle, and inspired her adoring fans through her Instagram and Twitter accounts. The young You Tuber was made most famous by appearing on Ellen DeGeneres‘talk show ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’, and then being made an honorary Cover Girl by Ellen. In one of her videos, Talia explained,

“Having cancer has been a gift yet a horrible, horrible, terrifying thing. But I’ve gotten so many benefits from it…Having a YouTube channel and having to inspire people, and having people look up to me and explaining to you guys how I love and adore makeup, using it as my wig and having so much self-confidence to go out to the grocery store without a wig… it’s just amazing.”

Talia passed away after coming down with a fever, and she needed a platelet transfusion. The past six months have been especially difficult for her and her family, and they spent most of their time in the hospital. Fans have been following her progress through the Facebook page Angels for Talia, which is run by her family. After her tragic death, her family posted this statement on the page:

“It is with a heavy heart that we share with all of you that Talia has earned her wings at 11:22am. Please lift her beautiful soul, her beautiful light to heaven and please send your love and prayers to her family during this most difficult time. God speed little one, may you be free from pain and suffering, may your soul feel the light and love that you brought to so many of us on this Earth during the short time you were her with us. We will miss you more than you will ever know baby girl.”

Neuroblastoma, a cancer usually originating in the adrenal glands and developing from nerve tissue is the most common type of cancer in infants, but can also rarely occur in older children.  Leukemia is a cancer of the blood or bone marrow and causes almost one-third of all cancer deaths in children and adolescents younger than 15 years.

“Basically there aren’t a lot options for treatment anymore,” Talia tells her viewers in the video.  “The docs gave me to option of doing treatment or don’t do the treatment and just live life for the time remaining.  Having cancer has been an amazing yet horrible journey, yet every journey has an end.”

Talia says that according to doctors without treatment she has a couple months to up to a year left to live. She is considering a bone marrow transplant though the procedure would be very tough on her body because of the multiple previous surgeries she has endured.

“I’m going to decide on whether or not I want to do the bone marrow transplant, or whether or not I just don’t do it and the live the time I have remaining,” said Talia.  ”This isn’t fair to me anymore, I’m only 13. I shouldn’t have to be doing this.”

Talia’s YouTube bio reads:

I’m Talia, I’m 13 years old and I love makeup. “Make-up is My Wig” I like to say. And you can prob see I’m bald- I have cancer (neuroblastoma & leukemia). I don’t like wearing wigs so I wear makeup to feel good and pretty inside – and I guess outside. LOL!

Our prayers go out to Talia and her family and friends. May her soul rest  in peace…….  

                                                                                                                                         Setu Bhatnagar

An Unexpected Night At Tent

A nyt in tent, 
widout him, 
so cozy, 
neither pullover works, 
nor any blanket, 
just i want is he… 
His arm under my neck, 
And my head on his chest, 
clutching in my arms, 
kissing on his forehead, 
as if he is my blanket. 
write now i’m in tent, 
without him, 
scared of this sacred water of ganges, 
in dis dark tent, 
my head underneath my pillow, 
my friend sleeping nearby, 
And sniffing, growling which is more haunting then d outside environment, 
i wish i could hve escaped if else i knw the way bck to my place:-| 
i wishd if could had him here near me, 
i would slept fearless in his arms, 
like a small baby 🙂


Anandita Trikha

university college of social sciences, MLSU, udaipur


Simple steps to change your life

Start with a simple statement: what do you want to be?

Are you hoping to someday be a writer, a musician, a designer, a programmer, a polyglot, a carpenter, a manga artist, an entrepreneur, an expert at something?

How do you get there? Do you write your intention on a piece of paper, and put it in a bottle and launch it to sea, hoping it will manifest? No. The universe isn’t going to make this happen. You are.

Do you set yourself a big goal to complete by the end of the year, or in three months? Sure, but that doesn’t get the job done. In fact, if you think back on most examples in your life, setting big long-term goals probably doesn’t work very often. How many times has this strategy been successful?

I’m going to lay down the law here, based on many many experiments I’ve done in the last 7 years: nothing will change unless you make a daily change.

I’ve tried weekly action steps, things that I do every other day, big bold monthly goals, lots of other permutations. None of them work except daily changes.

If you’re not willing to make it a daily change, you don’t really want to change your life in this way. You only like the idea of learning to draw/speak Japanese/play guitar/program in php/etc. You don’t really want to do it.

So make a daily change. Let’s dig into how it’s done!

How to Turn an Aspiration Into a Daily Change
Let’s name a few aspirations:

lose weight
write a book
stop procrastinating
fall in love
be happy
travel the world
drink more water
learn Spanish
save money
take more pictures
read more books
How do you turn those lofty ideas into daily changes? Think about what you could do every day that would make the change happen, or at least get you closer to the goal. Sometimes that’s not always easy, but let’s look at some ideas:

lose weight – start walking every day, for 10 minutes at first, then 15 after a week, then 20 … once you are walking for 30-40 minutes a day, make another change — drink water instead of soda.
write a book – write for 10 minutes a day.
stop procrastinating – I can already hear the ironic (and original!) jokes about how people will deal with procrastination later (har!). Anyway, a daily action: set a Most Important Task each morning, then work on it for 10 minutes before opening your browser/mobile device.
fall in love – go somewhere each day and meet/social with new people. Or do daily things that make you a fascinating person.
be happy – do something each day to make the world better, to help people.
travel the world – save money (see next item). Or start selling your stuff, so you can carry your belongings on a backpack and start hitchhiking.
save money – start cutting out smaller expenses. Start cooking and eating at home. Sell your car and bike/walk/take the train. Start looking for a smaller home. Do free stuff instead of buying things.
drink more water – drink water when you wake up, then every time you take a break (once an hour).
learn Spanish – study Spanish sentences in Anki and listen to Pimsleur tapes 10 minutes a day.
take more pictures – take pictures at lunch (but dear jeebus, not of your lunch) and post them to your blog.
read more books – read every morning and before you go to bed.
You get the idea. Not all of these are perfect ideas, but you could come up with something that works better for you. Point is, do it daily.

How to Implement Daily Changes
This method is fairly simple, and if you really implement it, nearly foolproof:

One Change at a Time. You can break this rule, but don’t be surprised if you fail. Do one change for a month before considering a second. Only add another change if you were successful at the first.
Start Small. OK, I’ve said this two bajillion times. No one ever does it, though. Start with 10 minutes or less. Five minutes is better if it’s a hard change. If you fail at that, drop it to 2 minutes.
Do it at the same time each day. OK, not literally at the same minute, like at 6:00 a.m., but after the same trigger in your daily routine — after you drink your first cup of coffee in the morning, after you arrive at work, after you get home, after you brush your teeth, shower, eat breakfast, wake up, eat lunch, turn on your computer, first see your wife each day.
Make a huge commitment to someone. Or multiple people. Make sure it’s someone whose opinion you respect. For example, I made a commitment to studying/coding PHP at least 10 minutes each day to my friend Tynan. I’ve made commitments to my wife, to other friends, to readers of this blog, to readers of a newspaper on Guam, to my kids, and more.
Be accountable. Taking my programming example with Tynan … each day I have to update a Google spreadsheet each day showing how many minutes I programmed/studied each day, and he can (and does) check that shared spreadsheet. The tool you use doesn’t matter — you can post to Facebook or Twitter, email someone, mark it on a calendar, report in person. Just make sure you’re accountable each day, not each month. And make sure the person is checking. If they don’t check on you, you need to find a new accountability partner or group.
Have consequences. The most important consequence for doing or not doing the daily habit is that if you don’t, the people will respect you less, and if you do, they’ll respect you more. If your accountability system isn’t set up this way, find another way to do it. You might need to change who you’re accountable to. But you can add other fun consequences: one friend made a promise to Facebook friends that he’d donate $50 to Mitt Romney’s campaign (this was last year) each time he didn’t follow through on a commitment. I’ve made a promise to eat whale sushi (I won’t fail, because eating a whale is repugnant to me, like eating a cow or a child). I’ve promised to sing a Japanese song in front of strangers if I failed. The consequences can also be positive — a big reward each week if you don’t miss a day, for example. Make the consequences bigger if you miss two straight days, and huge if you miss three.
Enjoy the change. If you don’t do this, you might as well find another change to make. If the daily action feels tedious and chore-like, then you are doing it wrong. Find a way to enjoy it, or you won’t stick to it long. Or find some other change you enjoy more.
That’s it. Seven pretty simple steps, and you’ve got a changed life. None of these steps is impossible — in fact, you can put them into action today.

Pranay Tripathi

Broken Up!

At some point of life you realize that you are going through a bad phase. You find yourself so broken up that you’ll have no words to express. Standing at a lane which leads to an evil path, a path which baffles you. Tears roll down suddenly and you try to pretend outside and just after that you try to convince yourself that, buddy everything happens, happens for a reason. Buck up.

Then you stand up, stand tall and try to move towards what your heart wants. Your goal. But every time you look back you find it empty. Empty because some place is vacant. Someone is missing besides you.

Love is an important reason for everyone.

What I have seen in recent past that people generally show off by saying that they don’t love but to be very frank, dude at a point in life everyone falls in love with someone and there is a setback in that story.

Take it as a point to rise again. Stronger. No matter what are the factors which lead to an incomplete story, but never lose grip. If you loved truly then it will be eternal.

During this period, music is your best friend. You will be in a real search for a person whom you can actually hug and tell what you are feeling from inside but trust me listen to music and share everything with your mother. She will understand you.

Never forget the memories which you had with that person. Because that was golden period of your life. You may fall in love again but not like that. You will find yourself a changed person, looking for more care. Maybe title of this write-up will not suit the content but you never know it’s coming out of some broken pieces.

Live every moment of life. Time changes, you can’t live same life twice.

Sandeep Arora


Right across my balcony
Lives a mother of two daughters
Naive, sweet, innocent are the girls
Loving, caring, cautious their mother

From morning to noon
They chirp, quarrel, play, cry
And she keeps staring them lovingly
While trying to finish her work

Their eyes have dreams; her’s fears
She keeps scolding and correcting
Guiding and gleaming, yet
‘Fearing’ their future near

Right across my balcony
I see my childhood come alive
When a naïve girl played
And her mother was there to smile…

Neha Ubana
ICG, Jaipur

When you walked away

[ Sometimes there are few people pinned to your life, whom you never wanna see departing from that conjunction, you just wanna be an adhesion to them no matter whatever it takes you to be with them. But then our destiny not always conforms to our thoughts and desires. And sometimes those special ones do walk away, leaving you in the darkness of cynicism…
In those subtle moments you wanna say something you wanna express the grief and suffering aroused because of their jolted departure… 
May be, this poem would convey whatever you wanted to express in those moments, but you were at loss of words, your words were left unspoken… ]

I watch you walk away from me
And the tears start to fall
I ask myself a million times
How did we lose it all???
For the first time I had no words
That to you I could say
I cling to old memories
And I watch you walk away
I just don’t want to let you go
But inside I know I must
My heart’s whimpering with pain
But it’s my mind I trust
There’s confusion around me
There’s numbness in my heart
But looking at you walk away
My world just fell apart
If only I could handle it
And bear to just say
I’d use my breath and say the words

“Don’t Walk Away”

Abhishek Chatterjee

That Chat Window

The ‘social networking sites’ or Facebook and Twitter (sounds normal this way!) have become the new answer to, “Hey, what’s your favorite place to hang out?” for almost everyone today!
It’s like a phenomenon taking control by making people believe that this ‘virtuality’ is the new ‘reality’ of their social lives.

A lot is said and portrayed about relationships ‘forming’, ‘storming’ and eventually ‘breaking’ on such ‘places’ and I don’t deny that this one will sound like yours…but give it a patient read and find that sometimes stories continue by just being great friends too!

He – “Hii”

She – “Heyy”

**after the general introduction and finding ‘Oh! yeah I remember you’ the conversation began;

He – “you know what today…

She (thinking) – ……omg! how on earth can someone speak so much?!

This was their very first ‘chat’ and her first impression of him was ‘speaks much..but not bad!’

*next day*

He- “hey”

She- “wassup”
and this was enough for him to take off!!

They talked about almost everything under the sun and still didn’t get bored!
Their was not a single dull moment..
everything including their school life, college happenings(his), interests, dislikes, crushes. . . movies, games, stupidities. . .EVERYTHING was shared among them!!

He – “so any friends here?
She – “not really….but a crush!”

It took him no time to guess the name of the guy she was talking about and after reading her views about ‘the crush’ on her site he was floored.
days after followed him pursuing her to- “just tell it damn” but somethings are not meant to happen so that just passed, but what increased was her respect and affection towards him ‘coz this was the first time someone(virtual) had valued her feelings so much.

They now talked for sometimes 3 hours at stretch and this was enough to change her adjectives about him!
He wasn’t a ‘talking-for-time-pass’ guy for her now as she had found someone humorous, witty and a more convincing flirt than herself…!
but still he was the same ‘chatter-box’ though!!

Time flew and addiction grew. .
day by day, minute by minute!
He was now someone-whom she thought can share her laugh and tear,
someone who could bear her at all her mood swings,
someone with whom she could be herself,
so effortless…there were no pretences. . .
but most importantly…someone who valued her.

she – “achaaa..tell me what if someone wrote something close to what I wrote for my guy; for you..?”
he – “I can never even imagine something like that happening!!” 😦
then she had no convincing answer to pacify him and hammer the fact in his head that, “even you are no less dumbass!!”

but today…I wanna say
hope this is better than your supposed imagination DEB!

Neha Ubana
ICG, Jaipur

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