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The Irony of things
Today at around 9:30 PM, my brother had a thought while watching the news channels talk about Ram Mandir that is being built in India.
We all agree that it is a great fleet for the government which has won the long battle. The news channels mentioned that the government has raised an amount of 1300 crore rupees for the construction of this temple.
When all this was going on, my brother had a thought and he asked " during this situation, when the whole world has been shook because of a pandemic and the nation is struggling to contain the spread of the virus, the situation where people are losing jobs, people are dying of hunger, a situation which is so horrifying that people are scared to step out of their homes, doctors are dying trying to help the patients, the public is facing such great loss, the government is collecting funds from people all over nation to battle this virus and provide help to the citizens, so many things are happening, but why is that the government has raised 1300 crore rupees for construction of a temple?"
I was not knowing the answer to this question. Government has a plan I guess.
I respect the fact that a temple is being built and it is gonna leave its own mark in the history. It's a great achievement indeed. I am in no way against the idea of building a temple. I am neither an atheist.
I am just feeling bad for those people who died because of corona. Imagine what would a family who has recently lost one of their members not because they had no money to get the treatment, but because the hospital lacked some facilities or the beds were full. If that family is watching the news and they see that the government has funded so much money for a temple, just think about how they might feel. If I was one of the family members who was watching this news, I would be feeling so helpless and pathetic for the fact that one of the people whom I loved died because the government has not spent enough money to provide the basic facilities. I would feel bad for the fact that a life has no meaning but a religious battle has more importance. Only if Indians had fought a battle against Rape as hard as they fought for building the Ram Mandir, our nation would have been a more beautiful and peaceful place. Only if the people of India fought for society peace killers such as sexual assault, bribes, dowry, human trafficking, marital rape, child labour and had no judgements towards people who belong to LGBTQ+, people who marry early, people who marry late, people who have melanin, people who have opinions, people who are independent, people who are soft spoken, people who are not good at mathematics, people who suffer from depression, women who wear western clothes, women who wear saree, men who are homemakers, women who are homemakers, men who wear makeup, women who wear makeup, women who don't apply makeup, people who are not engineers and doctors, people who believe in God, people who don't believe in God, people who have a lot of friends who belong to the opposite gender, people who have less friends, people who belong to a different religion or cast, people who eat meat, people who don't eat meat, people who use public transportation, people who have money, people who don't have money and the list goes on into an infinite pool of lists as people are born to judge others, but they forget that they are also being judged by others. Everybody is a victim to judgements, but we can try our level best to not judge others because everyone has a story of their own.
Don't you think we should fight for all this? What I feel is, ultimately we will make India a better place if we put up a fight. If we can win a court case based on a temple and attain peace we can surely fight for our well being and make our country the safest and the most beautiful place in the world. The same applies to other countries as well.
I would love to see the day when normalisation of colour of the skin, sexual preferences, gender roles etc. happen and people love and respect each other.
To all the young adults reading this and if you are from India, hope your parents understand you. If you wanna be happy as a child in India, your parents should be open minded and know how to address your questions and ease your heart. If that's not the case, you will have a hard time, but you will reach there, a place where you are more of you and less of what people want you to be. If it's wrong, it's wrong!
P.S playing video games are better than playing with people and their emotions. So play video games , be happy and let others be happy as well.
PEACE OUT! 🐰
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MY CALL OF DUTY DURING COVID-19
It was around March 23rd 2020, when the Corona Virus was spreading throughout the country. Lockdown was imposed in the country. there was no sight of any person upto a few kilometres except the police and other workers. There was a feeling of silence and melancholy among the winds. Citizens of the country united together to contain the deadly virus.
My name is Aryav Dayanand and this is my experience of helping migrant workers and labourers during the Covid-19 Pandemic by distributing ration kits and food packets along with my father.
I remember sitting in front of the TV watching the news, seeing the dire situation of workers and labourers of the city. People were stranded, homeless, and were living by the support of the governments supplies. I was ghastly taken aback by the living conditions of these workers who work hard and toil to earn their daily bread for a living. These workers work hard in building the nation. It immediately struck to my mind that there must be a way to help these migrant workers and labourers.
I took up the responsibility to ask my father if there could be any way that could benefit these workers. To my surprise and a coincidence, the government of India had given funds of 5.1 lakh rupees on behalf of Container Corporation Of India(CONCOR) to my father for the CSR (Corporate social Responsibility) programme, to ensure that migrant workers and labourers and their families are taken care of by various means and measures.
This was an opportunity to help the society during these tough times and to serve the country effectively and passionately, this what i had learned from my training from the National Cadet corps bringing out the best in me.
It took around 2 days to decide and plan what had to be done. It was decided that food packets and ration kit distribution could be a way to help these poor families.
So the areas of distribution had to be chosen for the distribution and believe me some of these areas were so infamous that i had heard for the first time.
It was on April 6th , the day had finally arrived for the distribution of food packets. I felt quite nervous and fearful as there was a high risk of getting exposed to the virus as these areas of distribution were slums and one could have the higher risk of contamination, but all necessary precautions were taken and i was ready to risk my life to do this service and the opportunity to serve people.
Me and my dad arrived at Hoodi circle and started walking towards a small slum. I was shocked to see the workers living in such a state that 15 people had to fit in a small room. It broke my heart to see the workers in such a devastating state with their families. There were many children, innocent, full of glee and very cheerful. Finally, the food packets were bought and kept on a slab and we were ready for the distribution. Precautions were taken, sanitizers were given and social distancing was maintained. People slowly gathered and started to form a line. Me and my father distributed the packets to around 100 workers and to their families too. There was a feeling of reassurance from the faces of the workers which made me really happy and made me feel proud that i served my country by doing a service to the society.
After this memorable first time experience of distributing food to the poor, i accompanied and helped my father distribute food packets and ration kits to other areas such as Satellite goods terminal, krishnarajapuram, kundanahalli gate, dommasandra, kadugondanahalli, byappanahalli, kadugodi, Wilson garden etc.
I had the opportunity to even serve food to stranded migrants held near KSR Bangalore railway station and to visit an orphanage at Hoskote and supply them ration kits and even interact with the children. Totally around 1500 workers and their families were benefitted by this initiative and taken care of and also were helped in their travel back to their hometowns.
Swami Vivekananda says “All power is within you; you can do anything and everything.”
We the youth, the future leaders of tomorrow, can make a change and an impact in the society. We can help the poor by volunteering to teach at charity based schools, pitching in supplies to buy stationary materials and by gathering friends to sponsor a child’s education we can somehow offer our services.
Having had the opportunity to serve and help to those who are in need has truly changed my life. Interacting with the workers and their families taught me more about life than any teacher or textbook ever could. I now have an even greater appreciation for the life i am lucky enough to lead as well as a growing desire to do all i can to help those who are in need. No matter the situation i will give my best to my motherland. I am forever grateful to my father for giving me this experience and everything it has done for me.