To day we returned back to my place from Bangalore. It has been a tour I will never forget. We just gone to bed on the night of 30-11-2022 after getting asserted that every thing is alright as far as health issues of my brother Samar Chowdhury. All of a sudden on 1=57 at night suddenly mobile rang. My heart started pounding terribly on the fear of a news for which we were not prepared. Jethu expired! My son's voice from other side. I suddenly realized how joyful life energizing every body around him can came to an end so suddenly. After coming back from Bangalore I am experiencing the emptiness as he was first to leave us. We were four brothers and three sisters. Every one of us are in deep sorrow. I find that in spite of differences we deeply love and respected one another. He will always be alive in our heart in, our memory. Intentions should be timely expressed in action otherwise it gets late and may culminate in to confusion and misunderstanding. The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. Marcus Tullius Cicero

Be happy and let all feel happy

Life is an unknown journey. No one knows when, where and how it will end. But one thing is absolutely true is life is not for ever it will end and it is equally true that the past time will never come back. Our memories will last till we are alive. This chain has continued since time immemorial. What last long is the memory or the impression we leave on the sands of time. So is it not worth giving a thought to the fact that people still continue to fight for worldly gain or to prove that they are right or superior.

Chhota Sardar

It is a matter of great sorrow that on first of December we lost our eldest brother Samar Chowdhury popularly known as Chhota sardar amongst his colleagues and friends. In last moments he passed away holding hands of her beloved daughter in Manipal hospital at Bengalore. His passing away is a irrepairable loss to all of us. May his soul rest in peace.

Cost of progress.

Where is all the knowledge we lost with information? TS Elliot Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?" This is in the tradition of the critique of modernity, which holds that mankind is losing something of great value along with our technical progress. "What we call pain is just memories, you just have to become comfortably numb to them" "Help yourself first if you want to help others" ""Better life is not love, money, compfort but gratitude in someone's face whom you helped.


Power does not corrupt. Fear corrupts... perhaps the fear of a loss of power. John Steinbeck

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