From the chocolate faced Barjatya lover boy “Prem” to an angry young man “Arjun” in Karan Arjun to a corrupt police officer “Chulbul Pandey” in Dabaang… he has become the ultimate hit machine of Bollywood. With the commercial success of his movies and his larger than life image, he has made a special place in everybody’s heart. His fans address him as “Bhaijaan” and with each release he is touching new heights in the history of Bollywood.
Here is a list of top 10 movies of Salman Khan. Please note that the list is not in any particular order. It is based on my personal ratings only.
How would you define a low point in your life? It can be anything, any type of inadequacy… moral, physical or financial lowness… not been able to do what you really want to do… a kind of emotionlessness which incapacitate your mind or body… an environment that is nowhere helping you to come out of your depressions and rather increasing your agony.
I have always considered myself as a person who is able to accomplish goals which are above ordinary or to some degree excellent. But there are many people like that, aren’t there? When you look around to a world filled with vicious competition in terms of profession, finance and love… being at your best matters most. A moment of low and you are at nowhere.
I strongly believe that there are people in this world, with whom we are supposed to be in relationship with. They are just like “made for each other” for us. In other words I call them “SOULMATES”.
On one fine evening I was talking about this with a friend. She was in a platonic relationship with one guy recently. She expressed that the guy moved on without intimating her leaving her strangled.
This conversation raised a question in my mind: “Why do one feel the compulsion to push his/her soul mate away?”
Talk about “soulmate” anywhere and you’re guaranteed to get a few eye rolls, especially when you are married and having kid. The idea that there’s one special person for whom you will fall in love instantly and never disagree with is just not realistic and acceptable for us. For most of us, it’s our spouse or life-partner who is in a committed relationship with us till death.
However “soulmate” exists. He or she is a person who you know instinctively, who you connect with on the deepest level and who allows you to grow as a person within the relationship. As the American writer Richard Bach said, “A soulmate is someone who has locks that fit our keys, and keys to fit our locks. When we feel safe enough to open the locks, our truest selves step out and we can be completely and honestly who we are.” There’s that one person out there who can enrich our life in a way that no one else can. In simple words that special person completes us as a human being.
Since last few days I am tweeting about the #PowerLightAVillage campaign. The idea behind it is to raise awareness about this noble initiation by @TheGarnierMan. The video of Om is simple, touchy and raises a very important concern – providing light to thousands of villages that are yet to see electrification. Every follow, every tweet, every interaction with @TheGarnierMan will help in adding a Watt to the life of the thousands of villagers living without electricity.
It is said that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. So we must never neglect any work for the needy people within our reach, however small it is. I am doing my bit, please join hands with me to spread the word.
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The state of persistent declining enrollment of students in majority of public schools is a matter of concern both with community and line departments of the Government. At the same time intellectuals, social activists also are deeply touched to find out possible ways to avert continuous paucity of students in the schools. Continue reading
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When Bill Gates was in India, he had a chance to listen Ramayana from Atal Behari Vajpayee. After returning to US he wrote it in his personal Diary. These are excerpts from his diary: