Today, we have become a bosom friend with the term ‘Entrepreneur’. Forget about the intellectually sound grownups, even the callow adolescents could end up accosting themselves as an ‘Entrepreneur’. It has much become like a fancy dress competition of small kids where a person is freely allowed to get into just to become the center of attraction of the hordes. This is the reason, why everyone today is striving hard to fit themselves under the attire of so called ‘Entrepreneurship’.
The Snooker table as a whole represents the life cycle of a human being. The balls on the table are the human beings, out of which red being the common man (Aam Aadmi), yellow/green/blue represents any person who stands out from the mob & has achieved something in his life with time, the black one also belongs to the same lobby where yellow/other color balls are lying with a little difference i.e. black ball is bit at a higher level as compare to yellow/other colors and finally the white one being the enlightened person(soul) thinks beyond time and is having the master control to make everyone revolve around him. The best part is that, snooker is the perfect representation of human life because life span of every ball has to come to an end like any human being, but there is a huge difference between their ending; where all the balls end up in darkness, there is only the white ball that ends up in light(glowing forever).
28th February is celebrated as National science day in India each year.in order to remember the great invention by the Indian Physicist Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman of the Raman effect on the same day in the year 1928. For his discovery, Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930. The entire nation celebrates the National Science Day as a Science festival by organizing science exhibition, workshops, seminars, and many activities.
I salute him for his great contribution in the field of science & technology.
As an Author-writing a good book is not enough unless it is highly extolled by the horde and audience that they found it gripping. Yesterday (15Jan’2016), I launched a book for the lacs of Indian Armed Forces aspirants and the indian youth on ‘Cracking the SSB’ in one of the utmost scheduled event- New Delhi World Book Fair held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. It is often said that-‘Every single thing we’re doing and happening in our life is already planned by the higher sciences’. Comparably, I am not solely responsible for writing this book rather it is a mixture of disparate efforts of my family, teachers, many friends and other eminent personalities whom I know.