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Skill up to stand up.

The problem with youth is, they often run in the race without knowing anything. They run because others are running. They participate in the race because their seniors have done so, and their senior end up getting good job at the end of this race. 

But then look, it’s not at all that way. One should focus on getting skill up rather then a job or package. In this world there are lakhs and crores of opportunities but what is lacking is skilled labour. India too have many youth, but very few skilled youth. Skilling yourself can help you float in market at desirable rate. And your skills can also increase your bargaing power. 

Instead of getting directly into race. Take few months, realise your interest, search for opportunities in that field, look out what all skills are required to grab that opportunity, skill yourself according to that, and then enter into market. 

When you do this, you will, in real manner stand up on yourself in your life. You won’t be having any insecurities regarding your job. For your skill give you a very unique confidence that even you are thrown out of a particular firm, you can make your living by taking up the other temporary projects in the market. 

Most of the youth is seen stressed, reason being they are always worried about “what if company throws me out?” Well, that because they know, they aren’t updated and if they go in the market they will have to struggle. 

And in case of the skilled person, you know what, the company is worried that if this person went to other firm, where would we find another such high qualified and skilled person. And so skilled labours are always treated special. 

We all have an attitude that we want to achieve everything overnight. But that’s truly impossible. And even if you achieve success overnight, that success don’t last for longer time. Our success story should be a big story and not a moment. 

Give yourself time, skill yourself, enjoy each moment of the journey, and I can bet you, after reaching your destination, you will find your journey was more beautiful then your destiny. 

So, skill up, live up, and stand up.

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Feminist… you got me wrong. 

When I talk about females people claim that I am talking about feminist world. But you all got me wrong for

I don’t want this world to be feminist, I just want this world to be humanist.

I want equality, equal rights and equal opportunity for everyone irrespective of their caste, greed, gender, race. Doesn’t matter if a person is male, female or transgender, equality for all is the mankind.

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Bollywood songs sung by India to different countries.

Just for fun, in this post I am going to put forward few Bollywood songs that different countries sings to each other. 

1. India and Pakistan:

Since this is the most favourite topic to many nationalist in both countries. A song that India sings for Pakistan is :

“Bagho ke haar phul ko aapna samjhe baghban (movie: baghban)” 

This song basically describes how India felt over the partition.

2. India and USA

They both have good relations. Before trumph was elected the song that India would have sung for USA was: 

“Hum bane.. tum bane…. ek duje ke liye”(movie: ek duuje ke liye)”

And after Donald trumph H1B visa decision India be like: 

“Ye Kay ho raha hai bhai…. ye Kya ho raha hai (movie: hum kisi se kam Nhi)”

3. India to Russia:

Since India and Russia are said to have most romantic relations. So only song that India sings for Russia is,

“Jab tak tujhe pyaar be intahaa bhar na du….(movie: M.S.Dhoni)”

4. India to Bangladesh: 

India have been one big force in formation of Bangladesh. But today when there is india-Pakistan match, Bangladesh supports Pakistan and so India is like: 

“Aacha Shila diya tu ne mere pyaar ka(movie: bewafa sanam)”

5. India and srilanka: 

Srilanka is completely under debt. And now they don’t have option other then be at mercy of the lender that is China. So, India to srilanka sings: 

“Aamdani aathani kharcha rupaiya (movie: aamdani aathani kharcha rupiya)”

6. India to china: 

China keeps poking to India. They always try hard to get on india. 

So china sings to India 

“Aa dekhe jara kisme kitna hai dum (movie: aa dekhen jara)”

and India replies be like 

” hum bhi hai josh me, baatie kar hosh me, yu na aankhe ladha (movie: josh)”

7. India and Japan: 

Well, Japan has been always kind to India. In starting days they, I.e after independence Japan had helped India a lot. And is been always helpful in providing technology, funds. So India song for Japan would be: 

“Hume aur jene ki chahat na hote, aagar tum na hote, aagar tum na hote (movie: aagar tum na hote)”

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My nation 🇮🇳 , My inspiration 

Whenever I feel something is impossible, or whenever I doubt over my capabilities, or whenever I feel I should give it up I remind myself of my nation’s history. Me being part of India, a country which struggled hard for its independence, feel proud and inspired when I remind myself about our own history. 

Not just Indian independence struggle but the struggle of country with various issues even after achieving the independence make me inspired. 

After independence India had to deal with lots of issues like poverty, unemployment, healthcare, to bring unity among people, to deal with princely state, education, to maintain the unique identity of each group which in right words can be written as maintaining unity in diversity and many more. There were so many problems and what then leaders had in their hands was nothing but a country whose resources were fully exploited. There was no ray of hope but still India managed it. It fought with every problem. And not just tackled it but has made its position in world in such a manner that today India leads in various world associations, it participate in various forums and is a renowned country. 

When I read the history of my country I feel so inspired. And when I relate it to my problems I feel my problems are just like an ant in front of what the country faced in history. And if country can overcome through those worst conditions so beautifully and today became one of the fastest growing GDP then for me to overcome my issues should not be a big deal. And this way I get charged up and fight against the difficulties. 

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Dad’s inspiring word

Me and my dad had a long conversation over career. My dreams being too big, atleast for now it seems impossible. I am luckier to have parents who not just support me but also pumps the positivity in my struggling period. Here I am with that one short dialogue from our long conversation which boosted my confidence 

Me: what if I fall?

Dad: oh darling, what if you fly?