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बिहार, भारत की कला, संस्कृति और साहित्य.......Art, Culture and Literature of Bihar, India ..... E-mail: editorbejodindia@gmail.com / अपनी सामग्री को ब्लॉग से डाउनलोड कर सुरक्षित कर लें.

# DAILY QUOTE # -"हर भले आदमी की एक रेल होती है/ जो माँ के घर तक जाती है/ सीटी बजाती हुई / धुआँ उड़ाती हुई"/ Every good man has a rail / Which goes to his mother / Blowing wistles / Making smokes [– आलोक धन्वा, विख्यात कवि की एक पूर्ण कविता / A full poem by Alok Dhanwa, Renowned poet]

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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

दोनों ने एक-दूजे पर कितनी बार दहाड़ा है .. ( Dono de ek duje par kitni baar dahada hai )

"दोनों ने एक-दूजे पर कितनी बार दहाड़ा है
 अब हर कोई दिन-रात ये पढ़ रहा पहाड़ा है।

 अरे रोको इन्हें, कहीं मार-पीट न कर लेवें 
 और कहो कि ये देश है देश, नहीं अखाड़ा है।  
                                                                                     ('हेमन्त 'हिम')

Monday, 28 October 2013

Photos of GOPAL PANDEY after Patna Bomb Blast on 27.10.2013

गोपाल पाण्डेय, निवासी- दक्षिणी मंदिरी, पटना
इन्हे  27.10.2013 को पटना के गांधी मैदान में नरेंद्र मोदी की रैली के दौरान बम धमाके में कई छर्रे लगे.


Sunday, 27 October 2013

ये दिल का कूचा कभी इतना वीरान न था

"ये दिल का कूचा कभी इतना वीरान न था
 कि जगह पाना इसमें
'हिम' आसान न था।

बम फूटने के पहले  हमें सड़कें हीं थीं पसंद 
घर के अन्दर की मस्ती का हमें भान न था।"

Roads were vacant on 27.10.2013 after serial bomb blasts in Patna (file photo)
शब्दार्थ : (1) कूचा = गली, (2) भान = जानकारी  

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Thursday, 24 October 2013

Taking Tea on Roadsides

Taking Tea on Roadsides

'Teetotaller' is a term whose meaning is “the person who totally depends on tea”. Oh dear, don’t turn your head towards a lexicon because all of them have erred on this matter. The true meaning is what I have told you. No dictionary can challenge the wisdom of a Bihari and I am one of them.

Yes, taking tea on roadside has a great significance. I remember that I could not clear UPSC exam only because I was not a regular visitor of Roadside Tea-booth. Some of those in my group who did so, passed. Yes, if they can pass this exams by resolving the intricate academic issues at JNU tea stall located at street roadsides, why can’t  I who had access to numerous dilapidated tea stalls at big main roads of Patna.

You know how to sit and of course, how to remain standing in a most space-efficient manner if you are on a roadside stall. You know how you need to be alert all the time just like a soldier at Indo-Pak border. Protruding well inside the borders of footpath is most common for the vehicles of Bihar. 

Everything goes side-by-side. You show alacrity, you show
your practical knowledge of spatial economy, you let the whole world benefit by your really "out of the box" solutions of delicate problems pestering the humankind. You sip tea and solution of all issues spring up from your tongue just like a fired bullet. View of beautiful fuming panorama and escalation of your hygienic resistance are added advantages.

Beyond any caste, creed and class, cronyism evolves in its pure natural form as all of your chums get together on that spot in a most unconstructed manner. The manager-cum-frash (glass- cleaner) is compelled to learn one extremely difficult skill i.e. Debt Management . He upholds the flag of ‘Single Entry System’ of Accounting in his books called “udhaar khaata”.

If a particular buddy disappears without any notice for a considerable number of days, you come to know that his account has fattened and one who is visible day and night there even after his tea-sipping ceremony, you get to know that the atmosphere in his home is very precarious nowadays. I am yet to understand why people see the tea-booth visitors with suspicion and relate them with men of dubious character. After all, they can’t close their eyes on a sight of eves who prefer their ways deliberately beside these tea-stalls to many shorter routes.