one leafs through a magazine or a newspaper, ever so often one comes
across tips, pointers and advice galore on how to do this, that and
the other. You'll have suggestions on how to be a good/efficient and
effective communicator, leader, boss, spouse, teacher. You name it and
it's there. The market too is virtually inundated with "how
to" books that claim to tell you how to cope with all kinds of
problems under the sun — real or imagined — only if you're
prepared to heed to their "easy to practice" advice, which,
of course, comes at a small price.
can be negative in a relationship
not sure what it was that first attracted me to Mr S. The piercing
eyes, perhaps? The ebony hair? Maybe it was the way he fondled the
self-help book I'd just bought in the crystal shop where we met?
Options on dual meditation sessions and tantric sex leaped into my
the most unfortunate
young man is by the deathbed of
his grandfather who has spent a lifetime serving the poor and the ill
in his village, Behrampur Zamindari. Before breathing his last, the
old man says to his grandson, "Promise me one thing. You will
carry on my social work." Holding his tears back, the young man
slides his hand into his grandfather's and nods.
realistic depiction of life
Moti Lal Verma
Verma is a rare name among those self-taught realist painters who have
expressed life in its different moods. This artist, also fond of
classical music, was born on May 2, 1930, in Ganganagar, Rajasthan.