I’m a lover of Ride. It’s really an amazing movement. Through this we can explore the world around us. And getting intract with nature. When we go out that we can feel the breeze, sunlight, moon light, such an amazing pleasure in the world. Especially under the moon light, that’s an soothing effect on it.
In this situation (corona) we can’t go out frequently. So that I missing a ride and enjoying the nature with my sweet heart. I totally missing the world around me. One week ago my husband ask me that “can you come with me? “, I already waiting to go out. So that I ready to go out.
There have a video on me that one make me feeling pleasant.yes this is a video I taken at 🌃. And at that night time that ride makes me riding under moon and stars. Did you felt like that comment below….
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was an Indian economist, politician and social reformer. He was also known as Babasaheb Ambedkar. He campaigned against social discrimination against the lower castes or Dalits of the country. Completing his doctorate from Columbia University and The London School of Economics, he gained reputation as a scholar for his research in economics, law and political science.
In the early phases of his career, he was an economist, professor and lawyer. Towards the later phases, he was actively involved in campaigns for India’s independence. He published journals and advocated for political and social rights for Dalits. He made a significant contribution to the establishment of the state of India. He was the first Minister of Law and Justice of India and the chief architect of the Constitution of India.
He had a Marathi family background and was from the town of Ambadawe in Ratnagiri district of modern-day Maharashtra. Ambedkar was born into a poor Mahar (Dalit caste), who were treated as untouchables and faced a lot of socio-economic discrimination. Although he attended school, Ambedkar and other untouchable children were segregated from the rest of the children and given little attention by teachers. They were not even allowed to sit inside the class. He had to sit on a gunny sack which he took home after school. When they needed to drink water, someone from a higher caste had to pour that water from a height as they were not allowed to touch the water vessel. It was usually the peon who did this for him and on days when the peon was not available, he had to go without water. He had later described this as “No peon, No water” in one of his writings.
During British rule, Ambedkar’s effort for the political representation of the oppressed untouchables of India bore fruit in the 1920s. The colonial state was forced to include two members from among the Dalits in the Round Table Conference in 1930. This eventually led to the framing of the Government of India Act, 1935.
From 1927, Ambedkar launched active movements against untouchability. He began public movements and marches to open up public drinking water resources for all. He led a satyagraha in Mahad to fight for the right of the untouchable community to draw water from the main water tank of the town. He also began a struggle for the right of Dalits to enter Hindu temples. In a conference in1927, Ambedkar publicly condemned the Hindu text Manusmriti (Laws of Manu), for ideologically justifying caste discrimination and “untouchability”. He ceremonially burned copies of the ancient text. On 25th December 1927, he led thousands of followers to burn copies of Manusmrti. Since then 25 December is celebrated as Manusmriti Dahan Din (Manusmriti Burning Day) by Ambedkarites and Dalits. In 1956, he converted to Buddhism, initiating mass conversions of Dalits which eventually led to the Dalit-Buddhist movement.
A few days after completing his final manuscript ‘The Buddha and His Dhamma’, he died in his sleep on 6 December 1956 at his home in Delhi.
Finally there have such an amazing news. Now the life history of Ambedkar will have been telecasting as epdisodes.
In this month started with lot of works. Because, I shifted to new home. In here the neighbourhood sister said to me that if I was free i take a class to their childrens. I also agree to it. And I was taken a class to them for a week. Then the childrens said all of them.( their friends). I was taking a tution for children’s. Then some of the childrens come to my home and requested to take a class. I also agree to take a class and said to them if I was free only I can. If not I can’t.
After that I clearing all there doubts & works to all of them. And taking class one by one. In this time one of a small child in a group of childrens goes to their home again and again. I don’t know why she goes..? After some times her mom comes with child and returned back. The child again trying to go. But why? I really don’t know. I asked to her that why she goes repeatedly to her home? She never sees my face directly. Again I ask her than “Are you afraid because of me?” She feels like frightened.
What next? …. Again asking question, Are you feel I’m a Ghost?. Then, the child simply moves her head on right to left, left to right, front to back and back to front. Finally the word comes from her “Yes”. Through her act and speech we suddenly started laughing .
A small child also felt that if anybody taking class that they are dangerous and devil. In my childhood I also felt like that.
What childrens feels is teachers are always punishing us. But not like that. I also realised it in my secondary school time, when I was twelve. It because of my Tamil and social teacher Mrs. Vaasugi , such a loveable and caring one. And she is a first teacher friend in my life.
In my life for the first time I become a human Ghost. If anybody have same experience like me share with me in comment below.
I don’t know what I really trying to say. But my mind tempt me to write about it. Thank you for reading it till end and spending your valuable time in it.
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You are capable of more than you know. Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path. Aim high. Behave honorably. Prepare to be alone at times, and to endure failure.
This is a continuation of my last blog. Yes, in my last blog I told about one of the motivator and inspiration for last three years to me. Who she is?..
When I studying first year of my under graduation that I read a newspaper. I turned the newspaper. There have a pic of a lady with police uniform. My eyes moves to down. Because it’s in a downed corner of the newspaper. And read about the article. It was inspiring.
She is srilekha. She is the Kerala’s first female D.G.P. before thirty years that she is the Kerala’s first I.P.S. officer. And she finished a post graduation in English literature. Then, she worked as a lecturer and also a officer in a bank.
Mom is a best and beautiful relationship ever. At those situation, she knows about the desire of her mom. Her mom’s desire is to become her daughter as a police officer. So that she wrote Civil Services Examination and become an I.P.S officer. Then be a DGP and she worked in many more positions is Indian police service.
By the sincerity, activeness and cleverness gave position in C.B.I. and also worked police superintendent in three districts for four years.
Interest in writing:
She also have interest in writing. So that she wrote Nine books.
Peak of glory and fame
In her time she called as a Raid srilekha. She achieve her dream and also done a desire of her mom.
We also can achieve our dreams andgoals. Be a achiever…
In our life each and every stages ( child, adult, youngster…) we have different views, visions and aims. I too…
Aim to become a teacher:
Everybody have an ambition. To me when I was an adult I said to my parents that I wants to become a teacher. What is the reason behind this ambition is a school teacher who I like him very much. I studied in a small and a government school. There have very less amount of teachers. While I am studying fourth standard, that a hateful sir come to my class that he take classes for three subjects. It’s an bomb to us. Because he is strict and punishes the childrens who are incomplete in his works.
Once upon a time in our class he started a class with new chapter. But it’s not in our books. Yes it’s an handwriting practice. In government schools there have no work and practice for cursive writing. He started teaching us how to write cursive letters. He said that he don’t know how to write and he learn’d from his daughters. To hear this it’s a surprising and not easily accepted. It’s true or not I don’t know. But he teaches us. After I finished schooling thya some of them said to me that my hand writing is good and looks very neat. That credit always remembers a sir named Siva Kumar. When I like Siva Kumar sir at that time I decided to become a teacher
Yes. Like every child’s life my ambition also changed to another.
While I saw police officers on the police uniform, I affraid to cross them. I don’t know why but when I was a child I afraid to police officials. Then and then it cleared. But my ambition changed to become a police officer. I’m from a village. So that while I say like that everybody say you can’t become police. We can’t accept.
I have a small desire to bought a police kids dress and to wear it. While I was a adult my relative childrens wearing kid police dress. Some times I also fought with my parents to bought a police dress like them. This small desire become 💔.
Higher and higher:
When I’m studying SSLC. My ambition become higher. Yes, I aim is to become an IAS officer. Behind it there have no inspiration I remembered.
When I’m studying my first year of under graduation course I read a newspaper ( it’s about two and half years before). I saw a lady’s picture with police uniform. Suddenly I forget surrounds me and read about that. She is srilekha from Kerala, an IPS officer she become a one of the inspiration. She can achieve her dream. Like that we also can achieve our aim in life. About her I write Blog about her in another blog. Because she is my favourite.
If you wants to achieve in your life. First find your goal, inspiration and ambition in your life and . Then you will become an achiever. Keep your inspiration and congrats for your achievements like your inspirational one. Each and every stage our inspiration become varies in each stage. But you find a strong goal in any stage. So keep going….
Every human beings works for happiness in our lives. We are all trying to be happy. We want happiness in our life. But,…..?
What is happiness? Why we always eagerly longs for happiness? Which acts make ourselves happy? There have any scientific reasons behind happiness? Do you think Like sadness happiness is personal?What is drug of happiness? Is it possible? Anything is there like a happiness drug? Do you want this drug of happiness? Do you expect happiness in your life? How many times you are happy till this second?
Experiences of people around us:
I ask some questions to my friends about happiness? They are all has different definition for happiness. And their expectations about happiness also different from one to one another. They are all have different ways, views and vision about happiness. Some of them said money is happiness. Some of them said not money that is full of love and care. Some of them are eating, riding reading, writing, with group of people, lonely life,addiction of drug, alcohol, tobacco, dancing, meditation, with nature, in city life, in village life, etc. There vision must be various about happiness.
There have some chemicals behind happiness of human beings. Yes, In human body there are four chemicals were segrigates. These four chemicals makes us happy. These chemicals named as Dopamine, Oxytocin, Serotonin, and Endorphin.
This is a one of the chemical segregates in our body named Dopamine. This is known as happiness drug. This chemical makes anticipation. While we crosses a hotel that we smells the food smell. That time we are happy. We can’t ate it. But, the smell makes anticipation. That makes us happy.
This is a another chemical in the list of four chemicals makes the human happy. This is named Oxytocin. This emphasizes, and socialize. While we met our friends and family and a loveable and careable person. We become happy. When we met group of people or a pet animal that we will be happy. This happiness made by the Oxytocin.
This is a third chemical in the list of four. This chemical makes us happy when we are eating. If you have any stress or struggle in you life eat. Don’t be stressful. This Serotonin segrigates when we ate our favourite foods .
This is a last chemical to make us happy. Last is not the least. This Endorphin supports us to our aim and ambition. We can’t work for 15 hours a day. But, this chemical supports to our body for our goal. If you have a strong aim, ambition or passion that the chemical supports our body. This Endorphin makes our pain as a power for our strongambition. It hides the pain and brings power.
Life has to move on. So, If you are feeling stressful do these acts like meeting your loved one, eating, or anything you like. Life is to move on. Move on with your loved …..