I am often stumbled upon the query of how to set myself free from these rules and regulations of materialistic world? ,from this chaotic series of events?It turns out that some planned set of instructions make the journey easier, constant hours of practice make the tasks easier, organised record of mistakes makes learning from them efficient and in turn all these things will definately us disciplined ,makes us happy and set us free from our misery ⚔⚔ #discipline#free#best@writersnetwork@mirakee
*Books are mirrors: You only see in them what you already have inside you*
Literary Club of HMRITM is ready to organize its next session- *BOOKMARKED* for all enthusiastic bibliophiles ♀️
This event is solely an online event.
*DATE*: 9.08.2020 (Sunday) *TIME*: 6 pm onwards
*Registration Fee :- *Free*
*Perks :-* Live Interactive Session where people will discuss and refer their favorite books to others as well as learn about different books through short summary by them.
You will be getting a thorough and deep knowledge about large number of books/novels under various genres.
We have variety of genres to look in like Thriller, Horror, Mythological, Sci-fi, Humor, Comedy, Drama, Biography and many more based on your suggestions.
✅NOTE: The link will be provided to you through the WhatsApp group after the submission of the google form. If you are using skype for the first time it is advisable to download the app and login 15 mins before the time to not face any issue during the session.
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My hands hang on a single cigarette bud And I whisper to these ashes falling on my boot things I shouldn't know, Like how men don't fall as pretty as the autumn leaves, How crows scavenged the last of my brother's meat. We marched to the drums, With echo of yesterdays killing, With every tick of the clock, We were falling. And we didn't fall like autumn leaves. We fell with a thud, the kind that leaves you shook for ages. We bled a martyrs blood, And not all saw the end. No matter how much you scrub your flesh remembers every wound. And your heart beats silently Mourning for your restless heart that still beats nevertheless.
Screaming out in the air Hoping you would hear me love I am cluster of letters written all in your name. I wish I could touch you; Once again Remember the times before I left. One kiss more One tear less One laugh more One fight less Once again Just once again. -Nebula
Some history facts
World War II was the deadliest military conflict in history in absolute terms of total casualties. Over 60 million people were killed, which was about 3% of the 1940 world population (est. 2.3 billion).
Bengal famine An estimated 2.1–3 million,out of a population of 60.3 million, died of starvation, malaria and other diseases aggravated by malnutrition, population displacement, unsanitary conditions and lack of health care. Millions were impoverished as the crisis overwhelmed large segments of the economy and social fabric. Historians have frequently characterised the famine as "man-made", asserting that wartime colonial policies created and then exacerbated the crisis. Over 87,000 Indian soldiers (including those from modern day Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh) died in World War II. Field Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck, Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from 1942 asserted the British "couldn't have come through both wars [World War I and II] if they hadn't had the Indian Army."