Saturday, August 19, 2017

Spotlight: The Revenge Of Gandhi's Follower by BP Senapati and Durgesh Nandini Das

About the Book

Nobody is going to remember your mark, people only remember your work. 
Without innovation mark is meaningless, without creativity knowledge has no value, without vision and goal a man is nothing more than a dead body . 
Only human can innovative things, discover something, write a book, and create marvelous paintings. By a business idea can give employment to thousands of employee. Try to create or innovative something, if you get success then it's great. If you become a failure then what's the big deal? 
It's thought of Vijay, he was a man with different thought, he had every symptom of a great man, still he lived with his mediocre dreams to get a job and then marry his childhood sweetheart. After few years of job experience wanted to establish his own business like millions of other, but fate had some different plans. Our corrupt system forced him to enter into the dirty game of politics. He gained power to avenge his antagonists, but being a Gandhian, his strategy was something unusual . . . his revenge wasn't ordinary . . .


‘Mr. Vijay, do you really think that our education system is completely at fault? Just see the picture. Now, the entire world is looking at us for human resources. We are the highest producers of doctors and engineers. Then how can you say that our education system is worst?’

‘Before I give the answer to this question, I want to ask some question to the audience of the studio,’ Vijay said, standing with a mike at the middle of the stage.

‘Can anybody tell me who won a Nobel Prize in the field of economics from our country?’ Vijay asked.

‘Dr. Amartya Sen,’ answered everybody.

‘Anybody amongst you, please tell me the list of the Nobel Prize winners of our country,’ Vijay asked again. ‘Please raise hands.’

Some audience raised their hands, some half raised, some waved their hands in air confidently, and some looked a little nervous. Vijay motioned one by one to tell the names of the Nobel Prize winners of our country. Vijay clapped to appreciate the audience who had given right answers, and others clapped too.

‘Can anyone tell me who is the only Olympic gold medal winner in an individual event from our country?’ Vijay questioned the audience.

A lot of audience raised their hands. ‘Abhinav Bindra,’ one of the audiences answered.

‘Who can tell all the Olympic medal winners of this Olympic game?’ Vijay bombarded another question. 

Audience answered this question easily too. But Vijay looked depressed and took his seat with a sad face as if something worst was happening. Neither the anchor nor the audience understood the intention of Vijay. 

‘Are you okay, Mr. Vijay?’ the anchor asked in confusion.

‘Did you get your answer now? See, almost everyone is able to answer my questions. If the same questions will be asked to the people of USA or China, they can never answer because their country wins more than hundred medals in Olympics. Every year, they have four to five Nobel Prize winners. And it's not possible to remember all the names of the winners by a normal human,’ Vijay criticized. ‘Why do we have a countable number of Nobel Prize winners? Why don't we win hundreds of gold medals in the Olympics? Why don't we get a Booker Award every year? The answer is either we're not capable to do it or there is something wrong in our education system?’

Vijay turned toward the audience and said, ‘School organizes a sports competition once in a year. A kid who never practiced all through the year also comes first. His parents don't come to encourage him, teacher suggests him to focus on studies and parents encourage him to study more. Parents only want good result with top position and marks. A kid, who has the capability to become an Olympic gold medalist, is forced to struggle in his academics. Then, neither has he become an athlete nor a good student academically. He only tries hard to remember the lines and facts without any interest. He can't fulfill his parents’ dream and becomes a loser for everyone. It is our system of education. It is the mentality of our people. We produce only some parrots that can only remember something but not produce anything new. Look around your surroundings, you can't find a single machine invented by an Indian.'

About the Authors

B P Senapati

Before five years Mr. Senapati was pursuing MBA and wanted to be a businessman and even had started a business while in second semester. But he was failed completely and lost all his saving and some investment of his friends as well. He was depressed, lonely. He had no idea how and when he had taken writing seriously. Though he had been writing stories and poems while he was in school. The more he wrote the more he involved in life of different characters, like he's known them from many years, finally he let go his business dreams to become a writer, Apart from writing, he loves photography, travel and football.

Durgesh Nandini Das

Durgesh Nandini Das has a passion for teaching. She is living her passion and shaping the path of the youngsters towards a better future. She used to help students and prepare them to face their biggest challenges in the New World before starting her teaching career even. After her Master's degree in English, she has immersed herself in the teaching along with some pleasure reading of light romantic novels and literature from Renaissance and Modernism periods.

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