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Monday, December 11, 2006

DIDI, GET WELL SOON

Now I have no doubt that our didi (Mamata Banerjee) has finally watched the movie, Lage Raho Munnabhai after reading my post Lage Raho Munnabhai that was publiished in the Metro section of The Telegraph Newspaper.

My imgination tells me that the whole incident went on like this. After reading my post, she immediately ordered, "Sonali, jao to ekkhuni......pasher VCD parlour theke Lage Raho Munnabhai cinema ta niye esho". Immediately Sonali Guha her deputy rushed to the VCD parlour and didi had a 3 hrs video show at her laptop. Didi's eyes filled with tears as she ended the movie with a big smile in her face.

After watching the film, she learnt that there are also many other ways of protesting other than mob violence. Gandhigiri influenced her and she made up her mind to sit in Chowringhee with her fast until death drama and draw the Medha Patkars, the Aruhdhati Roys, the Rajnath Singhs and the George Fernandeses to support an issue that no one else could comprehend other than her. The land acquisition has been over 3-4 days ago and still she is demanding from the government to stop land acquisition, for her to stop her fast.

Anyone who visited didi carrying out her fast cannot make out what didi is doing there in Chowringhee for 8 days. I have noticed that anyone who visited the place once have never looked back or visited the place again. Not only the celebrities but also the her party MLAs. Didi is alone there with a new set of people everyday. She is so adament with her cause that even our Governor could not make her reconsider her decision.

We might have seen didi trying to concentrate at the laptop, in the news channels and trying to make out something. I think she has liked the film so much that kept the VCD of Lage Raho Munnabhai with her and she is watching those scenes over and over again where Sanjay Dutt stands in front of Boman Irani, alone with a board in his hand where it is written "Get Well Soon". Now we all wish our dear didi to stop her fast and Get Well Soon.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

The President and me and the gap in between.

Today I had the honour of meeting THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Even though we met each other, we were about 100 metres away from each other. This gap did not reduce. Even though I wanted, I took no steps to reduce the gap. It was honestly not possible. He was sitting in the stage of Mahajati Sadan, Kolkata and I was sitting on the seat that was close to the end of the hall. There were security guards and Black Cats all around him and amy attempt from my side to reduce the gap would have ended in burial of my intentions by the security guards.

The occasion was Convocation 2006 of IISWBM and I was a part of it. I was invited to the ceremony just like any other common student of IISWBM by the authorities.

At the end of the show I felt my self lucky to share the same hall with stalwarts like Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam (The President of India), Shri. Gopal Krishna Gandhi (Governor of West Bengal), Prof. Sudarshan Raychaudhuri (Minister of Higher Education, Govt. of West Bengal), Dr. Pratap Chandra Chunder (President, Board of Governors, IISWBM) and Prof. Ashoke Kumar Dutta (Director, IISWBM). I am really honoured to have such a wonderful afternoon.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Lage Raho Munna-bhai

After seeing all the shameful happenings in the West Bengal's Vidhan Sabha (State Legislative Assembly), I have concluded that Mamata Banerjee and her party MLAs have not yet seen the film, Lage Raho Munna-bhai, else they would not have broken the antics in the place of heritage.

On the contrast, our Chief Minister, Buddhadev Bhattacharya had seen the film and had learnt a lesson from it, that "Treat your ememies like your friends". So (thanks to Gandhi-giri) he has taken the decision of not arresting the Trinamool MLAs, who are guilty of committing the massacre. Instead he has invited all the common men like me to visit the State Legislative Assembly and witness the damage that has been done by Mamata's disciples.

The Assembly is going to remain open for 3 days. So I am going to visit it tomorrow i.e. on Saturday the 2nd December, 2006.

Monday, November 27, 2006

CETIJAEN

CETIJAEN is a famous word among the people plying through Kolkata on the public bus number 71. If you could not understand what I meant to say, let me explain it to you in details.
If you are a regular passenger in 71, you might know it.

On 26-11-2006, Sunday at 9.30 pm I was returning from City Centre with my friend Gaurav in the bus number 71. As we were travelling by the bus, I saw that above the seats for the Senior Citizens in the bus, it was written in big block letters CETIJAEN. I showed it to Gaurav and as we both were smiling at such an innovative way in which the word CITIZEN was written.

To add the humour, I told that it looked as if the man who wrote it might be well conversed in some European language. The man next to me added that "As the bus plys near city centre, hence to add its effect, the name has been deliberately transformed to CETIJAEN."

God knows what, but we all agreed that what an innovative way of writing English it was. Ha Ha.

Saturday, November 25, 2006

I've broken my own record !

I have broken my own record. I have watched 3 films in a week in a cinema hall or theatre . Yes this is a record for me! My last record was one film in a week. But this week (from 19-11-2006 till 25-11-2006) I have broken my own record.

Let me list the films I had seen: -

19-11-2006 - Don - The Film - starring SRK (at Paradise)
20-11-2006 - Lagey Raho Munnabhai - the greatest comedy of 2006 (at Chaplin)
23-11-2006 - Casino Royale - the 2006 James Bond film (at Globe)

Isn't it a great acheivement for someone who saw only 2 films in the year 2005 in cinema hall and only these 3 films (mentioned above) in the year 2006.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Why did I leave my last Job?

There was a reason why I left my last job. But before that I should mention the details you need to know about me.

Company where I worked: WDC, Sector V, Kolkata
I worked there for: 1 and 1/2 years
Working as a: Lotus Notes Application Developer.
Salary: very low
Reason for leaving:
1. I had my Part I MBA Exams at IISWBM, Kolkata in the middle of 2006 and so I had applied for leave from my office. My application for leave was rejected. So I had to deliberately resign from my job so that I can peacefully appear for my Exams.
2. Low salary
3. My boss in office suffered from an ego (inferiority complex) problem. He saw that I am a B.Tech as well as MBA and he is just a n ordinary graduate. This ate him up the whole day and I could not see him suffering. (read as I could not tolerate him)

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Lets Start All Over Again

As you can see from my above post, I am blogging since November 2004. That means I had just passed my B.Tech then. This time was those BLACK DAYS OF MY LIFE, when I used to remain sad the whole time. Please dont ask me the reason. I wont be able to tell you.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

GOD'S FINGER TOUCHED HIM AND HE SLEPT


"GOD'S FINGER TOUCHED HIM AND HE SLEPT"


My grandfather, Sri Sanat Kumar Chattoraj is no more with us. He left the world on 2.30am on Sunday the 10th of September, 2006. He was almost 90 years old. He left back 2 sons, 5 daughters and his wife Smt. Nirupama Chattoraj. The elder son is my daddy. So I am his elder grandson.

He breathed his last at B. R. Singh Hospital, Sealdah, Kolkata at Intensive Care Unit, where he was under ventilation, 7 days before his demise. He also had a catheter fitted to his body and he was made to eat through Ryles tube for the past 1 month.

Before being shifted to B. R. Singh Hospital, he was undergoing treatment in a private nursing home for the last 20 days at Calcutta Heart Clinic& Hospital at Salt lake City, Kolkata near tank no 12.

In fact, he was not well for the last one year mainly due to ageing and he had a cerebral attack one year ago. After that, he lost the power of recognition. He used to talk to himself the whole day and whole night. He lost his short term memory but still had his long term memeory intact. Thus he used to go on speaking, what was in his mind, from the past.

3 months ago, one day suddenly his health deteriorated and he was admitted to the nursing home. There he was treated, but his health never got better. It became worse day by day. He was shifted to home 1 month later but again after some days he was taken to the nursing home.

In one word he suffered a lot in the last 2 years. At last he got rid from all the sufferings.

SOMETHING ABOUT MY GRANDFATHER (DADU)

Sri Sanat Kumar Chattoraj was born in an orthodox Brahmin family in a small village nearAsansol in Samdi Colliery area in Burdwan district of West Bengal, in the year 1916 on29th day of Bengali month "Baishakh".

His fathers name was Sri Kumudeshwar Chattoraj. Dadu also has an elder brother who is still living in Burnpur town with is wife. His name is Purna Chandra Chattoraj. He has no son of his own but he adopted a son called Nitish.

Dadu had BA Degree in Bengali and a dual MA in Bengali and Sanskrit. His name is found in the list of Pandits in the holy book of Hindus called "Panjika" or "Paanji" inBengali. He was a learned man and a great philosopher.

He lost his father at the age of 3 and his elder brother was 7 at that time. His mother brought him up and dadu by his own carried out his studies at school. He did his schooling from Ethora High School, Ethora, a place 25 miles away from Samdi. Later he passed the School Final Examinations and did his Graduation from Burdwan University and his Post Graduation from Calcutta University.

His mother was very strict lady. Due to her strictness, dadu covered such a long way in his life. Later he joined as the Sanskrit Teacher in Deshbandhu Vidyalaya Boys School, Chittaranjan and after some years of tough life he was promoted to the post of the Principalin the same school.

He has a long list of successful students. Many are, Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Managers, Teachers, and so on. This is something to be felt proud of.

He had a tough life in bringing up his 2 sons and 5 daughters. I personally Salute such a noble man. I really feel proud to call such noble man my Grandfather.

He used to tell me "WE ARE BORN TO LEAD OTHERS AND NOT TO BE LEAD". In the last few years before his demise, he used to recite few lines of a poetry of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore.

It said in Bengali: -
"Udayer Pathe Suni Kaar Bani,
Bhoy Nai Ore Bhoy Nai,
Nish-shey-shey Pran,
Je Koribe Daan,
Khoy Nai Taar Khoy Nai".

"MAY GOD REST HIS SOUL IN PEACE UP THERE IN HEAVEN"

"DADU, WE ALL WILL MISS YOU, FOREVER".

"GOD'S FINGER TOUCHED HIM AND HE SLEPT"


My grandfather, Sri Sanat Kumar Chattoraj is no more with us. He left the world on 2.30am on Sunday the 10th of September, 2006. He was almost 90 years old. He left back 2 sons, 5 daughters and his wife Smt. Nirupama Chattoraj. The elder son is my daddy. So I am his elder grandson.

He breathed his last at B. R. Singh Hospital, Sealdah, Kolkata at Intensive Care Unit, where he was under ventilation, 7 days before his demise. He also had a catheter fitted to his body and he was made to eat through Ryles tube for the past 1 month.

Before being shifted to B. R. Singh Hospital, he was undergoing treatment in a private nursing home for the last 20 days at Calcutta Heart Clinic& Hospital at Salt lake City, Kolkata near tank no 12.

In fact, he was not well for the last one year mainly due to ageing and he had a cerebral attack one year ago. After that, he lost the power of recognition. He used to talk to himself the whole day and whole night. He lost his short term memory but still had his long term memeory intact. Thus he used to go on speaking, what was in his mind, from the past.

3 months ago, one day suddenly his health deteriorated and he was admitted to the nursing home. There he was treated, but his health never got better. It became worse day by day. He was shifted to home 1 month later but again after some days he was taken to the nursing home.

In one word he suffered a lot in the last 2 years. At last he got rid from all the sufferings.

SOMETHING ABOUT MY GRANDFATHER (DADU)

Sri Sanat Kumar Chattoraj was born in an orthodox Brahmin family in a small village nearAsansol in Samdi Colliery area in Burdwan district of West Bengal, in the year 1916 on29th day of Bengali month "Baishakh".

His fathers name was Sri Kumudeshwar Chattoraj. Dadu also has an elder brother who is still living in Burnpur town with is wife. His name is Purna Chandra Chattoraj. He has no son of his own but he adopted a son called Nitish.

Dadu had BA Degree in Bengali and a dual MA in Bengali and Sanskrit. His name is found in the list of Pandits in the holy book of Hindus called "Panjika" or "Paanji" inBengali. He was a learned man and a great philosopher.

He lost his father at the age of 3 and his elder brother was 7 at that time. His mother brought him up and dadu by his own carried out his studies at school. He did his schooling from Ethora High School, Ethora, a place 25 miles away from Samdi. Later he passed the School Final Examinations and did his Graduation from Burdwan University and his Post Graduation from Calcutta University.

His mother was very strict lady. Due to her strictness, dadu covered such a long way in his life. Later he joined as the Sanskrit Teacher in Deshbandhu Vidyalaya Boys School, Chittaranjan and after some years of tough life he was promoted to the post of the Principalin the same school.

He has a long list of successful students. Many are, Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, Managers, Teachers, and so on. This is something to be felt proud of.

He had a tough life in bringing up his 2 sons and 5 daughters. I personally Salute such a noble man. I really feel proud to call such noble man my Grandfather.

He used to tell me "WE ARE BORN TO LEAD OTHERS AND NOT TO BE LEAD". In the last few years before his demise, he used to recite few lines of a poetry of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore.

It said in Bengali: -
"Udayer Pathe Suni Kaar Bani,
Bhoy Nai Ore Bhoy Nai,
Nish-shey-shey Pran,
Je Koribe Daan,
Khoy Nai Taar Khoy Nai".

"MAY GOD REST HIS SOUL IN PEACE UP THERE IN HEAVEN"

"DADU, WE ALL WILL MISS YOU, FOREVER".

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