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"The legend Somewhere in this world There lived a man A man who got nothing But his wisdom And with his wisdom He conquered the world No! He didn't conquered the land But the hearts of people The hearts that tried to ruin the world The hearts that were spoiled With the sins they did He was a legend who had the ability Ability to change the world To change the hearts of the people Only with the power of his wisdom."

The legend

Somewhere in this world
There lived a man
A man who got nothing
But his wisdom
And with his wisdom
He conquered the world
No! He didn't conquered the land 
But the hearts of people
The hearts that tried to ruin the world
The hearts that were spoiled
With the sins they did
He was a legend who had the ability
Ability to change the world
To change the hearts of the people
Only with the power of his wisdom.

The legend

Somewhere in this world
There lived a man
A man who got nothing
But his wisdom
And with his wisdom
He conquered the world
No! He didn't conquered the land
But the hearts of people
The hearts that tried to ruin the world
The hearts that were spoiled
With the sins they did
He was a legend who had the ability
Ability to change the world
To change the hearts of the people
Only with the power of his wisdom.

#TheLegend #Poetry #nojotopoetry #Inspiration #nojoto #Life

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation Dear Smruti Ranjaniji Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood never betrayed me once even stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee Non like you non can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you you have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection you have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity When there was no internet, no telivsion no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion You nourished me all along taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others I never fumbled on the way in the manner I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the door step but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be the way we were groomed in yester years with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others in the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion I will never let you die my friend! you are stil in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but 
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have  comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step 
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are stil in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio
was a luxury of the few
you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend!
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

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" "

Do you want to attain Knowledge or Wisdom!
In this world that's mightier that any kingdom,

I know my question put you in a difficult plight,
So let me help you here and change it slight,

Your like revolves around doing or learning,
What keep your intellect bright and burning!

Attain wisdom instead of mere knowledge,
To guide you in ways you can acknowledge,

The books will only tell, teach or preach,
But wisdom tells where and how to reach,

The LIGHT is within you that you have to seek,
Just make an effort to let your inner self peak,

Life is always full of surprises to outsmart,
So enlighten yourself to get contented heart,

To win the entire world and dreams that engulf,
Don't lose the most vital thing, "Our Own self",

Don't let yourself fall to mirage well dressed,
Be careful, Stay Positive and Stay Blessed! 🙏

My oil painting in the background 🎨

#wisdom #Knowledge #Light #Nojoto #Poetry #NojotoEnglish #AnjulaSinghBhadauria #traditionalart #MyOilPainting

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"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood, never betrayed me once even, stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee None like you, none can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you You have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills. You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection. You have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past, the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity. When there was no internet, no television, no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few, you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion. You nourished me all along, taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am, a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others. I never fumbled on the way, in the manner, I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way. Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the doorstep, but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be. The way we were groomed in yesteryears with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with television and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others. In the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others. The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion. I will never let you die my friend! you are still in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last. copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood,
never betrayed me once even,
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

None like you,
none can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
You have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills.
You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection.
You have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past,
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity.

When there was no internet, no television,
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few,
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion.

You nourished me all along,
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am,
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others.
I never fumbled on the way,
in the manner, I was socialised
the values I  inculcated
paved me the way.

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the doorstep,
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be.
The way we were groomed in yesteryears
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with television and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others.
In the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others.

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion.
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last.

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#something I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood,
never betrayed me once even,
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

None like you,
none can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
You have answers to all my
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills.
You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection.
You have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past,
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity.

When there was no internet, no television,
no means of communication and radio
was a luxury of the few,
you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion.

You nourished me all along,
taught me the spirit of tolerance and
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am,
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others.
I never fumbled on the way,
in the manner, I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way.

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the doorstep,
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be.
The way we were groomed in yesteryears
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with television and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others.
In the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love
concern and respect for others.

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion.
I will never let you die
my friend!
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last.

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

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How test cricket can be entertaining and better than what it is now?

Cricket specially test cricket is based on certain factors like patience etc where percentage of that happening from people are very low. Let's add to that 5 day long test cricket in today's day and age . And you get ignorance and ridiculing from people and even from those test playing nations. Test cricket lover always say that test cricket is like those traditional setar music whereas T20Is are more like hip hop.

But is it really???

Or is it more complex than that?

See people are very participatory nature in their core even though the whole concept of test cricket will drive away most people these days and that should be expected not to be surprised about but people end of days like to see their team is playing and participating and competing and competing hard even if the level of cricket is not exactly up to mark to the purist test cricket lovers.

What exactly my point here?

It's very simple.

Former cricketer always talk about balance between bat and ball , yet they never do anything about it pushing convention wisdom AKA with innovative thought process.

What is exactly going on now in limited over's cricket?

There's some invisible structure where 40% of matches are played on extremely flat surface and rest of 60% matches played on three types pitches - slow(20%), turning(20%), seaming(20%).

But in test cricket it is extremely opposite such as bowling favoured pitch since the perception is that limited over's cricket is only played on flat surface therefore test cricket should be played on bowling favoured pitch otherwise bowlers will disappear.

But it just different tone from the past era when test cricket was played on flat surface otherwise it is very same. It just two sides of a same coin.

While it is very hard to make test cricket viewers friendly in today's day and age. But one can try and do by pushing the conventional wisdom.

How is that possible?

Well first of all stop trying to pretend that test cricket is a simple game.

It is not. It is the most complex game in the world.

So rather than trying to be something that test cricket is not , I say test cricket should hold on to it's best attributes that it is a complex game therefore innovate rules from that point of view to make this game more multi dimensional and contest worthy in every single matches.

It should not matter which team is playing against which team.

Since pitch is such a big deal in test cricket , let's make rules based on according to every kind of pitch that a cricket game can offer.

This should be the job for match referee since most of the time they are not super busy in Cricket game. They should handle this complex responsibility of cricket rules with accordance to cricket pitch to bring out it's multi dimensional nature.

Situation no 1>

If the pitch is absolutely flat and nothing is happening allow the bowlers to push the envelope of conventional wisdom of cricket rules. Allow ball tampering to an certain extent to reverse swing the ball both ways and allow Spinners to bowl with illegal action to bring different varieties like dusra etc to cause problems for the batsman in a bowlers graveyard. There are lots of theory and calculation out there today which wasn't earlier to predict the pitch better than ever before so this should not be that hard for match referees.

Situation no 2>

If pitch is too slow and nothing is happening. Allow the bowlers to do exactly like in situation 1 but also make sure the boundary limit is ridiculously small(extremely small) to give a ‘kick start' advantage to test batsman to play more attacking cricket since most of them are devoid of great stroke making ability to suit the test cricket.

Situation no 3>

If pitch is seaming like in England or South Africa or in New Zealand, allow the boundary limit just like in situation 2 to favour the batsman to play more attacking cricket.

Situation no 4>

If pitch is turning like in Indian subcontinent, allow the boundary limit just like in situation 2&3 to favour the batsman to play more attacking cricket.

This will almost make sure that the percentage of draw become non existent.

This is a creative idea which you have the option to disagree with but remember something is always better than nothing and this will also make sure small teams to come into the game big way in test cricket and everyone, I mean everyone will have their opportunity to eat the pie and that of course include big teams.

But is it going to make test cricket very popular?

I don't think so.

Is it going to make better test cricket for everyone , I mean not just the big teams but even for the small teams- I believe so.

What do you think?

#Sports #test #cricket #creativethinking #Nojoto #Nojotohindi #Nojotoenglish #story #Quote #Humour #jokes

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"The legend Somewhere in this world There lived a man A man who got nothing But his wisdom And with his wisdom He conquered the world No! He didn't conquered the land But the hearts of people The hearts that tried to ruin the world The hearts that were spoiled With the sins they did He was a legend who had the ability Ability to change the world To change the hearts of the people Only with the power of his wisdom."

The legend

Somewhere in this world
There lived a man
A man who got nothing
But his wisdom
And with his wisdom
He conquered the world
No! He didn't conquered the land 
But the hearts of people
The hearts that tried to ruin the world
The hearts that were spoiled
With the sins they did
He was a legend who had the ability
Ability to change the world
To change the hearts of the people
Only with the power of his wisdom.

The legend

Somewhere in this world
There lived a man
A man who got nothing
But his wisdom
And with his wisdom
He conquered the world
No! He didn't conquered the land
But the hearts of people
The hearts that tried to ruin the world
The hearts that were spoiled
With the sins they did
He was a legend who had the ability
Ability to change the world
To change the hearts of the people
Only with the power of his wisdom.

#TheLegend #Poetry #nojotopoetry #Inspiration #nojoto #Life

5 Love

"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation Dear Smruti Ranjaniji Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature. Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood never betrayed me once even stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee Non like you non can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you you have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection you have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity When there was no internet, no telivsion no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion You nourished me all along taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others I never fumbled on the way in the manner I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the door step but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be the way we were groomed in yester years with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others in the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion I will never let you die my friend! you are stil in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but 
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have  comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step 
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are stil in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53' by non other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, eminent poet and Internationally acclaimed lierary critic in beautiful words.Thanks and gratitude sir for your wonderful words of appreciation

Dear Smruti Ranjaniji

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-53" extols rightly the glory and essence of book reading and its benefits to the yonder sky.Books are to be the constant companions of human beings,they can lead human beings into the world of imagination and aesthetic sensibility.When books are given primary importance in the life of human beings,things become more consolidated and firmed up for us,so that we can confront the daily realities of life with enthusiasm,excitement,pleasure and deeper comprehension.An association with books from childhood days can fill us with wonders and manifold positive possibilities.The books can furnish us with so many advantages such as the infusion of a creative mindset,a humane bent of mind,a lovely discerning attitude towards life in general,a compassionate stance towards fellow human beings,a sensitive mentality,a deep-rooted knowledge regarding various issues concerning the society,the acquisition of well-entrenched wisdom,the farsighted inclination towards various matters,the quest to follow the cherished principles of life,the intention to lead an upright life and an orientation towards a life of righteousness.Before all these present electronic gadgets came into the picture,the books had acted as avenues of real knowledge systems of the world.The books also bestow upon us positive vibes,disciplined life and egalitarian vision of life.Today we have everything but the human relationships have taken a beating like never before,the gap between our words and deeds has increased phenomenally,the physical boundaries are reduced but
the mental barriers have grown in a substantial fashion.Our value system has taken a battering and we reside in a society which gives less importance to the moralities and ethical principles of life because we don't have comprehensive and holistic accommodative attitude towards the needs of our fellow human beings,still in today's world the books can usher in a world of creative,aesthetic,artistic,imaginative and blissful nature to all of us.Kudos to you for composing such a poem of magnificent nature.

Written by Cijo Joseph Chennelil Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 7th September 2017.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood
never betrayed me once even
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

Non like you
non can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
you have answers to all my
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills
you carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection
you have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the futre
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity

When there was no internet, no telivsion
no means of communication and radio
was a luxury of the few
you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion

You nourished me all along
taught me the spirit of tolerance and
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others
I never fumbled on the way
in the manner I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the door step
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be
the way we were groomed in yester years
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with telivision and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others
in the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love
concern and respect for others

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion
I will never let you die
my friend!
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

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" "

Do you want to attain Knowledge or Wisdom!
In this world that's mightier that any kingdom,

I know my question put you in a difficult plight,
So let me help you here and change it slight,

Your like revolves around doing or learning,
What keep your intellect bright and burning!

Attain wisdom instead of mere knowledge,
To guide you in ways you can acknowledge,

The books will only tell, teach or preach,
But wisdom tells where and how to reach,

The LIGHT is within you that you have to seek,
Just make an effort to let your inner self peak,

Life is always full of surprises to outsmart,
So enlighten yourself to get contented heart,

To win the entire world and dreams that engulf,
Don't lose the most vital thing, "Our Own self",

Don't let yourself fall to mirage well dressed,
Be careful, Stay Positive and Stay Blessed! 🙏

My oil painting in the background 🎨

#wisdom #Knowledge #Light #Nojoto #Poetry #NojotoEnglish #AnjulaSinghBhadauria #traditionalart #MyOilPainting

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"SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY Books, my love! my most tangible friend! you are with me since childhood, never betrayed me once even, stood by me in moments of joy and despair, agony and apathy consoling and guiding me to my ultimate destination with mirth and glee None like you, none can be whenever I am in a fix I look at you You have answers to all my vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills. You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation and guide civilisations to its perfection. You have in you the beauty and fragrance of the past, the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future and everything one needs to go ahead on the path of life with ease and dignity. When there was no internet, no television, no means of communication and radio was a luxury of the few, you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise and instilled the urge in me to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion. You nourished me all along, taught me the spirit of tolerance and compromise, the value of being good to oneself and others and made me what I am, a disciplined man with lots of love admiration and respect for others. I never fumbled on the way, in the manner, I was socialised the values I inculcated paved me the way. Today we have all the modern means of communication and the whole world at the doorstep, but how incomplete and fragile our socialisation seems to be. The way we were groomed in yesteryears with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the grooming of today's kids with television and internet which is clearly evident from their attitude towards life, themselves and others. In the midst of electronic gadgets the human touch of the books sadly missing and sadly missing is the simplicity of man, his love concern and respect for others. The charm of you knows he who reads you with love and passion. I will never let you die my friend! you are still in the heart of my heart soul of my soul and will be there till I breathe my last. copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017"

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood,
never betrayed me once even,
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

None like you,
none can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
You have answers to all my 
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills.
You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection.
You have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past,
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity.

When there was no internet, no television,
no means of communication and radio 
was a luxury of the few,
you were there  providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion.

You nourished me all along,
taught me the spirit of tolerance and 
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am,
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others.
I never fumbled on the way,
in the manner, I was socialised
the values I  inculcated
paved me the way.

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the doorstep,
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be.
The way we were groomed in yesteryears
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with television and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others.
In the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love 
concern and respect for others.

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion.
I will never let you die
my friend! 
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last.

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

#something I LOOK AT-53
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

Books, my love!
my most tangible friend!
you are with me since childhood,
never betrayed me once even,
stood by me in moments of
joy and despair, agony and apathy
consoling and guiding me to my
ultimate destination with mirth and glee

None like you,
none can be
whenever I am in a fix
I look at you
You have answers to all my
vexed questions, a panacea to all my ills.
You carry truth and wisdom from generation to generation
and guide civilisations to its perfection.
You have in you the beauty and fragrance
of the past,
the knowledge of mankind, a road map for the present, a vision of the future
and everything one needs to go ahead
on the path of life
with ease and dignity.

When there was no internet, no television,
no means of communication and radio
was a luxury of the few,
you were there providing me with all the knowledge, wisdom and expertise
and instilled the urge in me
to live life to the full with a purpose, love and passion.

You nourished me all along,
taught me the spirit of tolerance and
compromise, the value of being good
to oneself and others
and made me what I am,
a disciplined man with lots of love
admiration and respect for others.
I never fumbled on the way,
in the manner, I was socialised
the values I inculcated
paved me the way.

Today we have all the modern means
of communication and the whole world
at the doorstep,
but how incomplete and fragile
our socialisation seems to be.
The way we were groomed in yesteryears
with classics like Ramayan and Mahabharat are far different from the
grooming of today's kids with television and internet
which is clearly evident from their attitude
towards life, themselves and others.
In the midst of electronic gadgets
the human touch of the books
sadly missing and sadly missing is
the simplicity of man, his love
concern and respect for others.

The charm of you knows he
who reads you with love and passion.
I will never let you die
my friend!
you are still in the heart of my heart
soul of my soul and will be there
till I breathe my last.

copyright@smrutiranjan 2.9.2017

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How test cricket can be entertaining and better than what it is now?

Cricket specially test cricket is based on certain factors like patience etc where percentage of that happening from people are very low. Let's add to that 5 day long test cricket in today's day and age . And you get ignorance and ridiculing from people and even from those test playing nations. Test cricket lover always say that test cricket is like those traditional setar music whereas T20Is are more like hip hop.

But is it really???

Or is it more complex than that?

See people are very participatory nature in their core even though the whole concept of test cricket will drive away most people these days and that should be expected not to be surprised about but people end of days like to see their team is playing and participating and competing and competing hard even if the level of cricket is not exactly up to mark to the purist test cricket lovers.

What exactly my point here?

It's very simple.

Former cricketer always talk about balance between bat and ball , yet they never do anything about it pushing convention wisdom AKA with innovative thought process.

What is exactly going on now in limited over's cricket?

There's some invisible structure where 40% of matches are played on extremely flat surface and rest of 60% matches played on three types pitches - slow(20%), turning(20%), seaming(20%).

But in test cricket it is extremely opposite such as bowling favoured pitch since the perception is that limited over's cricket is only played on flat surface therefore test cricket should be played on bowling favoured pitch otherwise bowlers will disappear.

But it just different tone from the past era when test cricket was played on flat surface otherwise it is very same. It just two sides of a same coin.

While it is very hard to make test cricket viewers friendly in today's day and age. But one can try and do by pushing the conventional wisdom.

How is that possible?

Well first of all stop trying to pretend that test cricket is a simple game.

It is not. It is the most complex game in the world.

So rather than trying to be something that test cricket is not , I say test cricket should hold on to it's best attributes that it is a complex game therefore innovate rules from that point of view to make this game more multi dimensional and contest worthy in every single matches.

It should not matter which team is playing against which team.

Since pitch is such a big deal in test cricket , let's make rules based on according to every kind of pitch that a cricket game can offer.

This should be the job for match referee since most of the time they are not super busy in Cricket game. They should handle this complex responsibility of cricket rules with accordance to cricket pitch to bring out it's multi dimensional nature.

Situation no 1>

If the pitch is absolutely flat and nothing is happening allow the bowlers to push the envelope of conventional wisdom of cricket rules. Allow ball tampering to an certain extent to reverse swing the ball both ways and allow Spinners to bowl with illegal action to bring different varieties like dusra etc to cause problems for the batsman in a bowlers graveyard. There are lots of theory and calculation out there today which wasn't earlier to predict the pitch better than ever before so this should not be that hard for match referees.

Situation no 2>

If pitch is too slow and nothing is happening. Allow the bowlers to do exactly like in situation 1 but also make sure the boundary limit is ridiculously small(extremely small) to give a ‘kick start' advantage to test batsman to play more attacking cricket since most of them are devoid of great stroke making ability to suit the test cricket.

Situation no 3>

If pitch is seaming like in England or South Africa or in New Zealand, allow the boundary limit just like in situation 2 to favour the batsman to play more attacking cricket.

Situation no 4>

If pitch is turning like in Indian subcontinent, allow the boundary limit just like in situation 2&3 to favour the batsman to play more attacking cricket.

This will almost make sure that the percentage of draw become non existent.

This is a creative idea which you have the option to disagree with but remember something is always better than nothing and this will also make sure small teams to come into the game big way in test cricket and everyone, I mean everyone will have their opportunity to eat the pie and that of course include big teams.

But is it going to make test cricket very popular?

I don't think so.

Is it going to make better test cricket for everyone , I mean not just the big teams but even for the small teams- I believe so.

What do you think?

#Sports #test #cricket #creativethinking #Nojoto #Nojotohindi #Nojotoenglish #story #Quote #Humour #jokes

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