Stop Stereotyping People




Hello everyone!

Wish you all a very Happy New Year. Yes, it's a little bit late. As I've shared some info of work, that I was working for an Odia e-magazine named "Nabapallaba" which was released in this new year. After that, we have planned for the audio magazine. So, we start recording the articles and some also helped as volunteers. That's why, to write the 1st blog in 2018, I took 16 days. Anyway, thanks to you all for your love and support and these things definitely improve my writing style and my literature skills. 

Today, when I was scrolling my Facebook Timeline, a video was featured there. That video was shared by BuddyBits. A girl named Megha Jajoo was telling some real-life stories about "MARD KO BHI DARD HOTA HAI". Yes, that video was amazing, and quickly I saved that video to my Saved List on Facebook. Yes, I need to share that video with you, because that video has some facts which we should learn in our life and should understand for a better future.

She explained the story of a10 years little boy named Rohan who lost his first ever Football match. That guy lost the match, so he was upset. He used to cry for that reason, but his mother advised him that "LADKE NEHI ROTE". Yes, that's a little thing did by his mother to arrange some power within him at that time, but that wrong statement creates a big issue for that guy when he grew up. He couldn't explain the internal pain and problem to others. 

She also shared an experience of her when she was in Kolkatta. A guy standing behind a girl in the bus accidentally touched the girl when the driver pulled the break. So, the girl slapped the guy with anger and yes, the people who were there on the bus also think that the boy did that intentionally. But, in that case, that accident happened due to the inertia of motion, but the boy becomes the victim.

Abhish, a guy who scored a good percentage in his school but couldn't get a seat in his dream engineering college due to the more seats for the girls to promote more girls for the engineering. So, some girls with lesser mark had joined the college, but he couldn't. Yes, that rule to promote the education for girls is right, but did anybody realise the mind of that boy at that moment?

Sourav, who always topped his class and had the degree which he wanted, but couldn't get the dream job in his life. His wish was to become an international financial analyst, but he had to manage his family. He is the eldest child of his family, so he had to look after his family business. That's why he left his dream. Yes, he did for his family and this is the story of every eldest child in a family.

She also shared another story of her teacher, who recently got married. After marriage, he became the sandwich between two superpowers of his life, one is his mother and another is his wife. He has to manage his life according to the lifestyle of those two women. Every time, people say, that the women have the superpower to manage everything, but the man struggles from those superpowers. The guy is moving like a pendulum between his mother and wife to keep both happy, but he couldn't be happy himself.

There is a famous line, that "MARD KO DARD NEHI HOTA HAI", but do you ever feel that Dard or the Pain is a part of our life. If we get hurt physically or mentally, we suffered from pain. If this line was true, then no man won't died from accidents or from heart attacks. Even some man can't express the real pain which they get from their wives, because the law for women may punish them with some fake cases. 





Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 7

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day ....

After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube and on the 2nd day, I have shared another Rubik's Cube wounded with a Dairy milk chocolate cover. On the 3rd day, I have shared a photo of a toy coconut tree. On the 4th day, I have shared the photo of oranges which I love to eat. On this 5th day, I have shared a photo of the remaining parts of a pencil. On the 6th day, I've shared a photo of an old radio. And on this last or 7th day, I've shared a beautiful picture. This picture relates to our culture and tradition.


This is a photo of Sudasa Brata. Sudasa Brata is one festival for Maa Laxmi which celebrated in Odisha. This thread contains 10 layers and the whole thread knot with 10 nuts as per the 10 names of Maa Laxmi. And the married women who worship Maa Laxmi on this day ties it into their right arm and this changed on the next Sudasa Brata. There is a certain rule for this festival. This festival is observed on Thursday. The Thursday, which comes on Sukala Paksha Dasami Tithi (waxing phase of moon) is celebrated as Sudasa Brata.

And with this photo, I've completed the challenge, but I would definitely continue to share these type of photos, but not in a regular basis.

Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 6

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day ....

After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube and on the 2nd day, I have shared another Rubik's Cube wounded with a Dairy milk chocolate cover. On the 3rd day, I have shared a photo of a toy coconut tree. On the 4th day, I have shared the photo of oranges which I love to eat. On this 5th day, I have shared a photo of the remaining parts of a pencil. And on this 6th day, I've shared a photo of an old radio.


This radio was bought in 2004. My father had a radio, I had seen that from my childhood. But I had a problem with that radio. Actually, at that time, I used to think that, there were small persons living inside the radio. So, once I opened all the screws with the help of a screw-driver like Rachhod Das Chanchchhad. But, managed to re-arrange them all. After that, I used to unscrew them every time and finally one day had come, when that radio got totally damaged by me and my father break that.

It's the time of 2004 when he bought his first motorbike and coincidentally, there was a marriage at our place. The sister of our neighbours was going to marry. At that time, he bought this radio. That moment was the happiest moment for me. But I hadn't opened that at that time since it was new. There was no electricity in our village and we didn't have the TV too. So, this radio is for everything form entertainment to news and cricket score. 

And finally, the devil arrived, electricity. And again the courage reappeared inside me to play in electric current. Till that, I had read about the electricity and some uses of electronic devices. So, I bought a delimiter which would supply appropriate current to the radio. To make this happen, I started rearranging the wiring system and the final result made it damage. Again I repaired it from a mechanic in our village. But after that, I show many troubles and this time I break it down. 

This was my story of about my radio. Yes, now I'm listening from the All India Radio app. And yes, at that time, I used to love every program and now those things hadn't changed. 

Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 5

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day .... 

After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube and on the 2nd day, I have shared another Rubik's Cube wounded with a Dairy milk chocolate cover. On the 3rd day, I have shared a photo of a toy coconut tree. On the 4th day, I have shared the photo of oranges which I love to eat. And on this fifth day, I have captured the dusts comeout from a pencile cutter.


This photo shows that, we could reuse our garbage and could make some beautifu designs from these waste materials with a little effort.

Today, I was cutting a new pencile for my sister and these particles come out from that. When I took it to throgh away, I got an idea to click a photo and the final result is just awesome. You could feel it.


Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 4

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day .... 

After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube and on the 2nd day, I have shared another Rubik's Cube wounded with a Dairy milk chocolate cover. On the 3rd day, I have shared a photo of a toy coconut tree. And on this 4th day, I have shared the photo of oranges. 


Actually, this photo is not giving such moral stories like previous, but it gives a pleasure when you eat it. Yes, this should be our aim to give pleasure everyone who comes into our life.

Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 3

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day .... 

After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube and on the 2nd day, I have shared another Rubik's Cube wounded with a Dairy milk chocolate cover. On this 3rd day, I have clicked a photo of a coconut tree which was not real and made up to decorate the house by placing it on the table or at the self-showcase. Today, I challenged to Aditi Ruhela, a Panjabi Wikipedian friend.

These are made up of from different things and get a new shape by the creator. All the materials used to make this are nothing when they are not combined with all. But, when they join together forms a beautiful thing which decorates the house. We are like those raw materials of this toy-tree. We are nothing when we are alone and we are everything in a group. But, the raw materials didn't forget their features and job when there are useless too.

Seven black and white pictures of your daily life: Day- 2

Seven days .... Seven black and white pictures of your daily life .... No faces, No explanations .... Challenge & Tag a friend every day ....
After accepting the challenge from Aliva Sahoo, in the very first day, I shared the photo of Rubik's Cube on this second day, I have clicked a 3*3 Rubik's  Cube wounded with the cover of Dairy Milk chocolate cover and placed over a novel, "Till the last Breath" by Durjoy Datta. Today, I challenged to Nihar Mohanty, an Odia Wikipedian from Bhubaneswar.


This photo also shows some interesting story from my side;
  • Rubik's cube is not shown here properly, but it is doing its job and it would do it in future also. Yes, you could do your job whether you are at the front or at the back.
  • The Rubik's cube was wounded with a chocolate cover. I had eaten the chocolate, but didn't through the wrap cover anywhere, because it might create some problem to the environment. That's why I used that as a designer cover or etc. Yes, we could reuse the waste materials.
  • The wrap cover was protecting the chocolate and now the chocolate is no more. But, the wrap cover is doing the same protecting job for another product. Yes, we have to do our job, no matter where we are.
  • Reading book is really necessary because it gives more and more knowledge and definitely changes your mindset with the limited things you are associated with.
I put this book because this book shows the love for our life till the last breath. And yes, after the last breath of a pretty girl, she also saved the life another boy by her heart. Her heart started beating his breath.