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A Warmhearted Letter To Irrfan Khan By Swaraj Singh

Irfan Khan being one of the most inspirational and versatile actors of all time got deceased few days ago for which a tribute letter was uploaded.

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Irrfan Khan

Before we started mourning for the death of our beloved Irrfan Khan who summoned a few days ago, every actor dreamed of being as good as him or just have that tiny little moment of scene performed with him. Very few lucky individuals were fortunate enough to get that opportunity.

Every other actor had their dreams shattered when they missed their boat, nobody was ready to believe that such a thing has happened, but they had to bite the bullet and pray for his soul to rest in peace.

The ones who had the opportunity to work with him for the slightest amount of time have appreciated and cherished every moment of it, and still, contemplate him as their ideal.

Few of them also attempted to write letters, forming videos, tweeting, posting, etc. Here, we have one of the most beautiful letters ever written to him. Swaraj Singh recently uploaded an incredible video of him reciting his letter along with beautiful pictures of him as a background offering a tribute to the late Mr Irrfan Khan.

Let’s take a minute and appreciate the words by Swaraj Singh and pray for our beloved actor and cherish the beautiful memories of him featured in the past several years.

Credits: YouTube (Swaraj Singh)

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The Tenacious Will Power to Beat The Odds in Life: Pankaj Shukla

The beauty of hard work is that it ensures success. Today we bring you the inspiring story of a Pankaj Shukla, a common man with extraordinary vision in life.

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Pankaj Shukla

The beauty of hard work is that it ensures success. However, the harvest of labouring hours is not reaped in a day, although, it surely adds meaning and beauty to the formidable challenges encountered while treading the trackway to success in life. It has the power to beautify the most disquieting episodes of life.

This tenacious will power to beat the odds in life is exemplified in the spirit by Pankaj Shukla. He has earnestly climbed up the social ladder with his unlimited drive to be a good samaritan, despite the limited resources he had at the start.

He worked as a teacher before he embarked on his journey to create a positive impact by establishing an NGO that has sought to provide a familial home for orphans. His NGO, PS Foundation, works round the clock to put a smile on their faces.

Pankaj was born in a humble background in Kanpur. His family was hard-pressed to pay his school fees. Even as a young school-going boy, he realised that his family was struggling to keep him at school. Hence, he made efforts to do his bit by getting a menial job that helped him to buy minimal household items for his family.

Distributing books among school children

After appearing for his matriculation examination, he took up the task of selling newspaper in his locality. Over time, he delivered newspapers to over 200 houses. To be on time, he woke up at 3am and cycled his way till 7 am. On realising that his studies were bound to be affected in the long run if he continued with his job, he took up the decision to give up his stint as a newspaper boy.

Subsequently, he was determined to pursue graduation. It was during this phase that he went on to set up a coaching institute with his dear friends Kuldeep, Bhanu and Abhishek. The revenue from the first month of coaching centre was not even enough to pay off the monthly rent. He had to carry the desks and benches for the centre on his bicycle as he couldn’t afford the transportation fee.

As time went by, the revenue started to breeze in. Gradually, he saved up sufficient funds and was now ready to take up the mission of providing support to those people who were marginalised in our society.

Through the NGO, people can celebrate their birthday among the children at the orphanage. The NGO also makes arrangements for the participating party to celebrate their birthday by visiting schools for the differently-abled and organising events like drawing competitions or excursion for them.  The NGO team leaves no table unturned to lift the morale of these underprivileged kids and to bring a smile on their faces.

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The NGO also caters food and other supplies to flood victims. They are also involved in renovating schools and parks. They are also pro-active at organising blood donation camps from time to time. They have been regularly distributing warm clothes to the natives of the tribal areas in winter. They have made food arrangements for over 10,000 people in the current period of the pandemic.

Distributing food during flood times
Distributing food during COVID times

As he continues to march ahead with a positive vision, it goes hardly unnoticed that his success is attributed to his will power and his self-confidence. Through his correspondence with The Talented Indian, he shares that clinging onto one’s past should never be treated as an excuse to not strive hard enough to climb up the social ladder. His story motivates us to be kind and to be compassionate. Above all, it reminds us to find happiness and contentment in living a life dedicated to the goodness and well-being of our fellow beings.

Blood donation camp
Spending time with children at the orphanage
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Daily Wageworkers Severely Hit: Titu Talks by BB Ki Vines

BB Ki Vines creator Bhuvan Bham disguised himself into Titu, one of his characters, and spoke with the daily wage workers who have been severely hit.

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Bhuvan Bam

Since this current situation has been extremely unfair to the daily wage workers, BB ki Vines creator Bhuvan Bam took the initiative to interview and let the word about the reality faced by the unfortunate. He spoke to those few very affectionate and generous people who took the initiative to feed them with food irrespective of the risk towards their own health but helping thousands of daily wage workers who are unable to survive during this pandemic.

We can see many workers, even transgenders who have been suffering through physical distances for all their lives got hit severely. BB ki Vines aka Bhuvan Bam, who got viral through the vine videos that portray different funny characters and their life story, disguised himself into one of the characters and introduced Titu talks. 

This is the third episode of it that portrays different problems with people who used to work around us all the time and got suddenly hit with this pandemic and now suffering through hunger and unemployment.

Bhuvan Bam discusses the problems of several daily-wage workers such as a maid, carpenter, farmers, milkmen, etc. He discusses how people sitting in their AC rooms taking decisions for them have been so unempathetic. He also emphasizes over people who are not just being empathetic but took initiative to help those in need.

He had a word with the director of Hemkunt Foundation who has been immensely active during this pandemic and served thousands of workers on their way home and to those who have been stuck. 

This video made BB ki Vines shows the reality of the workers who got hit painfully and are suffering through consequences to the crime they didn’t even commit. Bhuvan assures all his earnings from this video to be donated amongst verified providers of help.

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Travelling To “Nothingness” With Cycle Traveler Ankit Arora

Meet Ankit Arora, a cycle traveler exploring the real India sustaining beneath the folds of civilization and extending the idea of traveling to self-exploration.

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Ankit Arora

Earlier aiming at whizzing India in 150 days venturing the major cities and traveling through highways and making it to the Guinness World Record Ankit geared up and paddled his journey on 17th August 2017. But traveling is acquainted with a “thirst-trap”, every mile you travel baits you for the next mile and the journey once commenced is hard to be deaccelerated. He realized his folly of leaving behind an opportunity of embracing the essence of realism lured by the petty calculations of kilometers covered. And today it has been more than 1000 days since the two-tier journey set forth and a mere traveler with an aim of 150 days transformed into a seeker and explorer destroying those buttresses of targets. Chinmay Sharma, an entrepreneur and a much better friend had always inspired him from the making of his hybrid bicycle to believing in him always. He himself holds a place in India Book of Records , made a prophecy that Ankit won’t return so soon and Ankit accredites him for his perpetual support.

Celebrating 1000 days of this beautiful journey.

Ankit Arora born and brought up in Ajmer, Rajasthan, pursuing his higher studies from Jaipur, has worked in the corporate sector, had been a journalist for a year and a content writer. He left his job, his abode and his loved ones to travel and explore his nation, its people, the untold anecdotes, the forgotten lands, rustic truths and himself. He’s glad in accompanying all that came to him unplanned in this expedition. He even made it to India Book of Records by cycling for 69 hours around the Golden Triangle.

By now, he has travelled 15 states of India cycling and befriending the land and its dwellers. He has lived with around 600 families in this course, learning new skills and occupations, adapting himself to different auras, interacting with local people and expanding his horizon. Sometimes, even doltish experiences help in discovering the crux of life. He learned the art of sustainable living and mentions financial aspects have never been a problem. He discovered important humanitarian values like community sharing and shares an incident from Rameswaram of a fisherman, selling lemon soda and snacks who selflessly gave away his lunch to him and even gave an extra glass of lemon soda and even language couldn’t be a barrier. These small incidences reflect the undying generosity underlying the human flesh. 

Villages are called the lifeline of India and he is discovering the real India by visiting those interior rural lands and learning survival skills even with meagre resources. Sketching the simplistic lives of villagers, he states the lack of “superficial desires” in them, their zest for life and willingness to help fellow brethren. Villages and rural areas taught him organic farming, weaving his own shirt, making his own furniture and being self-sufficient and this community interaction sourced his courage in his journey.

He also met inspiring people like the great novelist Sudha Murty, Padmashri awarded doctor Dr.  B Ramana Rao who taught him to measure blood pressure and blood sugar level, A.R. Rahman, cricketer VVS Laxman and Kiran Bedi. Meeting new people, he leaves with a take away of learning new skills. Not even health factors like kidney stones had been a barrier he couldn’t cross in his journey.

With ambiguous experiences, from being considered an afeem smuggler in Pokhran, being suspicioned as a burglar in Kashmir to people considering him as pious deity and touching his feet in Gujrat and Andhra Pradesh, he calls himself a traveller of life. From scepticism to faith, from unfrequented lands to beautiful places and from material desires to a quest of knowledge, he has been friends with all.

Leaving his message for the young dreamers he suggests them to break the “conditioning” that surrounds and relish their dreams blatantly. He identifies himself as “nothing” and “nobody” implying to the idea of being “shapeless” not limiting oneself with a title and adapting to the required dimensions of the frame. Perhaps a traveller of life is indeed shapeless, just like a brook.

Some extraordinary moments from his journey!

Ankit with A.R. Rahman
Ankit with Ms. Kiran Bedi
Ankit with Ms. Sudha Murthy
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Inspirational Story of OYO Founder Ritesh Agarwal

OYO Founder Ritesh Agarwal being raised in a small town has achieved immense success starting from a young age and inspire others by leading an example.

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Ritesh Agarwal

It is often believed that it’s never too young to start an empire. Well, it’s true since there was someone who proved his worth at a very young age and recently, in the past few years, gained a lot of appreciation due to his exceptional entrepreneurship skills that changed the game of the travel industry.

Guessing who it can be? Well, he is one of the youngest entrepreneurs that India witnesses who even got acknowledged by our honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, It’s the Founder of OYO Rooms Ritesh Agarwal who started off with his own venture when he was barely twenty-two.
It seems to be quite an achievement in this age of technology where everybody runs after the sought industries and very few focus on the industries that have the capability to expand widely but lack the initiation.
In India, he broke through the taboo and created his own mark and ended up becoming the face of his company performing the branding himself since he was an inspiration to so many others.

In this interview conducted by Beer Biceps, he talks about his personal and professional opinion over the pandemic crisis which has taken over the world. While speaking about him as an entrepreneur he is very much inspired by Bill Gates and Uday Kotak and shares a common fact among them of leaving an impact over the people regardless of the money earned.
He shares his opinion over the people who initiate a start-up to become a millionaire which according to him isn’t sustainable. He draws a picture from people who leave an impact and that is what he is inspired to do so in his course of life.

Having achieved so much in his life, he believes in influencing others through his work of smoothing down travel for the people around the world. He puts out his ideas over various new startups that could boom after the crisis calms down.

In this long interview, various aspects of his life are being reviewed followed by the discussions made over his inspirations in the course of his life.

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A Cup Of Positivity In The Negative Times

Insight in Dr. Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta’s life presents all the motivation you need. Despite of a brittle bone disease and 90% disabled body he did not let his career be fragile and is an inspiring graphic designer, author, singer, and happiness coach.

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Dr Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta

Disabilities are not hurdling if you perceive them as strength and believe in your capabilities and stand undeterred to all the hindrances. Dr. Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta fought through his disability, explored his way to pursue his passion and more importantly to happiness. He’s an inspiring example and his life serves as an emblem for courage and believes defeating atrocities and negativity.

Dr. Dasgupta suffers from a rare disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta since he was born and calls his birth a special one. His disease could not hinder the pace of his happily successful story and won him awards like the Dishari Award for West Bengal’s Best Child Singer, Mastery Award 2017 by CavinKare and Ability Foundation and Limca India award. He has been the Asia Book of Record holder. He struggled his way being an international graphic designer, designing using just two fingers of his left hand. He is also a TEDx speaker.

He even holds a book in his authorship “The book contains my journey towards Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and my experiences, miracles and insightful thoughts on Bhagawan and His saga of selfless love towards me” reads his introduction of the book which has been translated into 10 languages. He has also researched about accessibility and proposes to make the nation a wheelchair friendly one and accredits to his name the winner’s title of All India Wheelchair Wanderlust Competition.

He is an esteemed figure titled as the 4th Global Icon with leadership traits after Hellen Keller, Stephen Hawking and Srikanth Bola. In modern days when the cases of threatened mental health are meteorically increasing personalities like these rekindle the hopes and motivate fellow beings. He has himself been in depression but paved his way out through acceptance and decided to spread happiness.

Dr Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta

He has successfully put his endeavours in spreading motivation and happiness with his mentoring sessions in institutes like Microsoft, Accenture, Marriott Hotels, Medicover, Rotary International and many more in the list, across the country and seas apart in nations like US Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Nepal and many more.

Sweetening the honey and aiming at beautifying the world and embellishing it with happiness, he founded a project #HappinessUnlimited. The Universal ambassador of Global and Family peace, Dr. Dasgupta shows us how there could be a million reasons to lament upon but choosing to accept them as a part of your life is the actual key to happiness and peace. Enduring difficulties and choosing positivity over all the negative aspects is what makes a person like him iconic.

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