Stories By 'Sarthak Byanjankar'
He never really cared for Valentine’s Day. It was a mere symbol of commercialisation of emotions for him. However, this year something felt amiss, he wasn’t feeling his usual self.
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Once upon a time, there lived a family of four; a father and a mother and their two sons. They lived a happy life. But as they say, happiness is nothing but a prelude to troubles.
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Truth be told, he wasn’t an emotional man. His emotional moments could be numbered in finger tips. The world saw his vulnerability, once when he saw his mother shouldered by four people, then when he shouldered his sisters’ palanquin and finally today when he shouldered his daughter’s pyre.
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There is a subject in our engineering course called Engineering Professional Practice which appeals to our human side. And there is this chapter called Case Studies where a real life dilemma is presented,
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See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil: The three-monkey-principle that every one of us has come across. Our school had its own version of the principle; be good, do good. The motto of the school, although it sounds good, isn’t practical.
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As social creatures, it is but natural that we soak in our surroundings and adapt ourselves with all that is fed into us by the society.
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