1. I recently learned: April Fool’s Day is celebrated on first day of April along with New Vikram Samvat Year.
2. Fabled king Vikramaditya has to do with thirty two teeth we have in our mouths. This king has a hidden treasure under his seat growing up. Without being aware of its worth: the king plays with his friends. When he grows up and becomes thirty two years old: he’s reminded to be congnizant of his own worth which is equivalent to many suns.
3. All systems of keeping track of time: including those of heliocentric and lunacentric and otherwise are dependent on ephemeris. Eye of Horus counts every moment. April shouldn’t come here. May contains allergens. June is a bug. July and August may shower. September offers end too soon. Autumn tells you a truth. January fifteenth is true harvest. February is already too hot. March needn’t be as big a VOID every year but Cash matters in the month of March in 2022 in this city. Rene Descartes. Coordinate geometry.
4. Are you an orphan? Do you help yourself by educating yourself? Why’s April Fool’s Day called so? Do I ask more rhetoric questions than I answer? It’s upto you. It’s a Friday here and if you BALEEB….my pronunciation is perfect….I also SPELL perfect to take you beyond darkness and Moon to help you relax and sleep. Happy Weekend. May Six may bring Benedict Cumberbatch starring Doctor Strange in an infinite multiverse of Madness.
2. Another picture. It’s been a visit by the governor of this state, a football tournament and another mega visit: this stadium has witnessed so many events within the last month or two : only thing that remains unchanged is filth and lack of budget and resources for cleanliness. Kyoto of CHHATARPUR after….
4. It’s two days before visit of leaders who are supposed to be brand ambassadors of cleanliness campaign: Baburam Chaturvedi Stadium pavilion end near Lalbahadur hand pump, badminton hall.
Doctors told Anisha Tomar she had Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) when she began studying for her second attempt at the UPSC examinations. She later became a well-known IFS officer.
Success and failure stories both motivate us in different ways. Such anecdotes inspire UPSC hopefuls to persevere in their difficult road toward becoming a government servant.
Anisha Tomar, an IFS officer from New Delhi passed the test with an All India Rank (AIR) of 94 on her third try in 2019.
Anisha was diagnosed with Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH) in February 2018, just as she began preparing for her second try.
Anisha said, “With prelims only a few months away, I felt like my dream was slipping away from me. She feared she’d never be able to recover from her two-month hiatus.
Surprisingly, she passed the prelims but failed the mains by six marks that year. Nonetheless, she was unwilling to give up on her ambition.
Anisha breezed through the prelims once more and concentrated on the mains. She says that her right hand’s pinky finger was completely swollen and bruised. Anisha passed the mains and went to the interview, as predicted.
She describes her feelings as fear, concern, lethargy, and fatigue. The thought of studying for prelims tormented her. Her eyes welled up when she saw her position of 94th.
Anisha said, “Growth is gradual, life is unpredictable, hope is all we have.”
1. A crow and a nightingale were quarreling with each other on air.
2. In reference to the recently concluded case of a missing person: I contemplated about the career choices made:
If I had taken biology after highschool or Computer Science instead of Electronics and Communication. Or if I had opted for philosophy after intermediate, as my mathmatics teacher in the middle school suggested: I might have done better.
3. It’s too late to pursue a career. Now you only talk about past and hope for a future which is gone.