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Micro – Story : The Broken Pen And The Girl,A Untold Story From My Childhood Memories

Once upon  a time……A nine-year old kid sitting at his desk. His  name is Samir . Today he came for a scholarship exam. He never attend any examination like this. His family was not so rich. He also have two sisters. So this exam is very much important for him and his family. If he able to score good then the scholarship money will help him to buy new books this time.

Samir is talented, as well as a hard worker. Like every other boy,he loves playing in green fields. But he do not play  much because he know his father is a part time worker in a rice mill. Every day  his father works whole day ,to see  their  smile at evening.
Samir don’t know much about the world . But he wants to be famous and to earn enough money that his father can enjoy everything without working in that rice mill.

Samir was always  serious about study. He also have a good image in his school. So teachers  recommended his name for the scholarship examination.

Samir got the question paper from a old lady teacher. The room is pin drop salient because the lady teacher scolding everyone who whispered for a moment. Samir started writing. Most of the answers of the question paper he know. He starts writing.


Samir brought two ink pens. One is black another is blue. But the teacher told them to write in back pen only . He surprised by listening such instructions first time.

The exam is one hour long. Samir did well only  three questions of  five marks each are left. But one question he can’t able to complete. He was lost in some thought for a moment. Suddenly a sound of dropping pen heard by all. No body showed attention to that sound. It  was samir’s black ink pen. When he pulled out his pen from under the bench, he found the ink was broken.

Samir don’t know what to do now. He only had one black pen. Now he can’t answer remaining questions. He become very tensed. His face became dark and sweats came up on his little face.

He don’t  know anyone in this room. He was also a shy boy to unknown persons. So he can’t even asks someone  for  a extra black ink pen . Now he was feeling guilty.

He began to weep silently. Sometime latter he realized a soft push from a soft fingur. A girl sitting at the bench beside him holding a beautiful black ink pen towards him.

The girl smiled and whispered very slowly…..

“Take it and complete your answers”.

Samir was speech less for a moment. He don’t know how to give thanks to the girl. He just started looking at her with big wet eyes.
The teacher shouted “-only fifteen minutes left”. Samir then quickly turned around and started writing down firstly.

He just completed all the answers in last moment. The final bell of the exam ranged. Now all students leaving the room and shouting loud. Samir was so happy now to find someone who helped him so much.

Samir whispered to the girl with his broken voice——..

“Your…. Pen.,; ummm… Thank you very much for this”.

The girl smiled and said with joyfully “it’s ok… I’m Rini,….mmm  but for what, you are crying that time!? ”

Samir don’t know what to say, he became tensed again.
Rini placed her hand on  samir’s shoulder and said…. -“hay it is nothing, look  i  only helped you a little bit isn’t it. Lets go our parents must be waiting ”

Both walking across a passage. Rini said -” i hope you get selected for the scholarship”.

Samir asked -” why?” .. Surprisingly.

Rini replied -” ummm…. Now you are my best friend and I’ll be proud of you if you get the scholarship. Isn’t it?”
Samir smiled first time in the whole conversation ……… And they began to walk towards the gate where their parents are waiting for them………

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One Indian Girl,The Seventh Novel Of Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat  who is known  as one of the top influential Indian Fiction author. One who have the potential to express the stories like a real incident of someone’s life. Due to his writing  skills he  have the largest fan following from any other writer in India.
Not only stories or novels, Chetan has an opinion for everything. Whether it is politics, social injustice,sports,corruption or any other bitter ground.

After a long break he  again made his entry into the Indian publishing market. Through  his seventh novel,one Indian Girl.

What is One Indian Girl!

one Indian girl is  about an Indian girl and her struggle of life. Where the girl is intelligent and successful in her life. Ultimately for this reasons she finds it difficult to get love  from others.

The book presents a dark scenario of our Indian society. Where girls are pressed daily towards coroners of a grayish world.

The book One Indian Girl also asks…..why when it comes to love being intelligent  as  well  as too successful is almost a drawback for a women.
From a very early time Chetan wanted to write a book with a female character on first position. But surprisingly he can’t able to write a single one. After  a long time he  finally wrote , One Indian Girl.
In this book a huge importance on feminism was given by Chetan. Because according to Chetan   

“Feminism is equal  rights.There’s nothing too fancy about it. Sometimes it gets a little complicated because men and women want different things out of life. There core drives and motivations are different”.

After the publication of the book One Indian Girl, Bollywood actress kangana Ranaut has expressed interest to play the lead role in the 

Film adaptation.

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Is our life really worth its value?

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Is our life really  worth its valu….. My first articel at  Untold  Viwes Of Our Life. See my personal blog here.

“Life is but an empty dream” as stated by Henry Wadsworth is quiet a veracious statement which is  pertinent in today’s era. People overlook the main ideals of life by just following what others say in faith of achieving success. In contrary every phase of life has hurdles which resists us to enjoy every moment.

Today materialistic wealth is considered as an enormous boon. It is inclined towards wealth. Undoubtedly one can attain all the heights with rich possessions, but does it fulfil  ones eternal desires? Well I staunchly believe wealth in life is only a parcel of happiness sorrow; Life can show a billionaire the hues of slums or could sketch a path to a mansion for a slum dweller. Our eternal desires can only be satisfied with right knowledge, aims, beliefs, determination and dedication.

Life is exquisite and even slightest shiver can render it futile. Life should be viewed from a different aspect of brotherhood, harmony and sympathy to inculcate it’s true value and develop a broader horizon. In greed and selfishness we are violating it’s norms leaving behind more obstacles to fulfil our objectives.

Yours views and opinions are highly appreciated.
Amish Agarwal 

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