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kshitij_sinha26
Feb 08, 2019
In Recipe
Ingredients- Tisi (Linseed Powder)+onion small pieces+salt+green chillies+coriander Preparation and use- All are mixed proportionally to make Chatni for taking with meals.
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kshitij_sinha26
Feb 08, 2019
In Recipe
Malpua- Mixing- Start with mashing of Bananas. Then mix smashed banana with Maida, Sugar, Dry Fruits into milk. Make the whole mix semi liquid. Heating- Once the mix is ready, take a vessel and heat some oil. Now put one-one kalchi of mix into heated oil. Cook it on medium and slow flame gradually. When it becomes brownish red take out from the pan and put it on the tissue paper for extracting extra oil.
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kshitij_sinha26
Feb 08, 2019
In Pride
Gauri Shankar Lal Srivastava s/o Shreedhar Lal was born in Changel village, block Katra, District Muzaffarpur, Bihar. He started his early career from Armed Medical core Services and shifted to Public Health Services. He served in Uttar Pradesh medical and health services at different places viz., Nainital (Kumaoh), Duddhi and Chunar Primary Health Center (PHC). He retired from PHC, Chunar and settled there. He became popular in Chunar for caring and sharing attitude of each and every person of this town as well as residents of surrounding villages. He was deeply involved on treatment front of any kind of health problems of the community. He was readily available to everyone irrespective of caste and creed/ poor-rich-medium class/ homeless/beggars/ needy person for their health problems. He was popular in the area as ‘Dr. Gauri Babu’. After the retirement, he had opened “GAURI BABU KA DAWAKHANA.” Here all denied cases from BHU’s/ AIIMS and other medical colleges got treated patiently and recovered due to sincere efforts of Dr. Gauri Babu. He was expert in surgery, orthopedic, ENT, Dentist, Medicine, Gynecology, etc. Without X-Ray report, all fracture cases were cured. Apart from medical front, he was also a great social worker. He never returned any patient for want of money. Not only he provided sufficient medicines after thorough check-up but also provided money for going home to the poorest/ unable human kinds/ patients. He also supported his all brothers and sisters on every front. He was always keen to provide opportunity for the best education to not only his family members but neighbors too. He always paid attention on quality technical education leading to job orientation/ employment opportunity. He died due to attack of robbers at home on January 10, 1998. The robbers (three in number) approached to Gauri Babu Ka Dawakhana around 08:30pm on 08.01.1998 in the form of patient and attendants. When he started their treatment they attacked on his head for taking keys. He fought with them (robbers) and made them run away. He was very bold and courageous at this odd situation too. He informed local police about this incident and stated an F.I.R. But due to severe attack on head he got unconscious in the midnight of 08th January 1998 and was rushed to Allahabad Medical College and Hospital but he could not be saved due to brain hemorrhage and died on 10.01.1998. The crowd of Chunar participated in his cremation and expressed their deep sorrow, pain and loss of Maseeha. His contribution to the society and family will always be remembered as the best doctor, Father, helper for the genuine cause and a great Human Being.
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kshitij_sinha26
Feb 08, 2019
In Relationship
Fond Memories with my Father- It was my 12th Birthday and it was raining heavily in Bhopal. My father’s scooter got broken when he was supposed to return home from his office. I was anxiously waiting for my birthday cake in my Verandaa. My father somehow managed to reach home by taking lift from someone. He was all drenched in water. On knowing that he has not brought my cake I was almost ready to upset my mood. But before I could make myself unhappy, he straight away took my cycle and drove in the heavy rain for almost 8kms to bring me the Birthday Cake. That day, his act taught me an important lesson- Do not let adversity come in the way for the happiness of your loved ones. I would like to describe another funny incident. He took me, Chhavi Didi and Mannu Bhaiya to Indian Coffee House in Bhopal. I was in class 5th or 6th at that time. We placed our initial order and started eating the moment it was served. I was very fond of South Indian food so after finishing one dosa I requested my father for placing an order of second Dosa. He placed the order and told the waiter that take further order from us if we require something else. He told us that he is just going downstairs and would be back in sometime. We finished our meal and waited from our father to return. We started getting worried since he had not returned for over 45 minutes now (no means to contact him since mobile phones were not popular at that time). Finally we saw him entering the restaurant and were happy to go back home with our stomach full. On reaching home, our mother told us that he had money only for one round of order but since he could not deny my request for a second dosa, he had to return back home (around 8kms to and fro distance) to take some more money in order to make the payment. (In those days ATMS were not introduced and no concept of card payment was prevalent). This act of his taught me another lesson- going an extra mile for your loved ones. His teachings were never forced but were demonstrated through his act of kindness and gratitude. This is how he has ensured that the Family values are transferred from one generation to other.
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kshitij_sinha26
Feb 08, 2019
In In Memory Of
A big brother is the one who: takes care of you; doesn’t think twice before making any personal sacrifice for your benefit; does not shy away from spending even the last penny from his pocket for fulfilling your desires; does not hold any grudges against you; is always ready to be a part of your happiness and sorrows, and the list goes on and on… Mannu Bhaiya (officially known as Tuhin Sharan) was always our big brother. He was an excellent human being, very simple, cooperative and a great sportsman. My childhood days were spent with him. We went to the same school and played from the same cricket team. I remember him taking care of the bowling department while I took care of the batting part when we used to win matches for our team. He was very talented and was loved by all. His command over the English language was widely known and was much appreciated. Out of his many interesting writings, one of his poems is being reproduced here in his loving memory: Time will fly, from the nest of the day, Truth wont die, whatever you say Memories remain, Rooted deep in clay, Whatever you say, & come what may, But truth won’t die & time will fly, From the nest of the day Memories remain, Still rooted deep in the clay. Howsoever you play, Using all your skills, Using all your brains, And you become happy and gay, Thinking that you have won. But Nay, Nature will decide about what is right, & what is wrong, But at the end of the day, Truth won’t die, whatever you say. May what you lie & whatever you pretend, But at the end Time will fly. From nest of the day, Truth won’t die, whatever you say! Mannu Bhaiya we all miss you very much……
Humare Mannu Bhaiya… content media
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