Trainer at United College of Engineering & Research, Allahabad.
writer by passion, I am the author of the novel, ‘Love Remains Undefined’ and
‘Making Impossible Possible’, a highly motivational book. ‘Zindagi Rewind’ and
‘That Friend of Mine’ are the anthologies edited by me wherein my creations are
published too. Having edited many novels and anthologies, my life is ruled by
books and ink. I am an internationally published poet and my views can also be
read in the most popular newspapers, ‘Daily Excelsior’ and ‘Early Times’ of
Jammu and Kashmir. I also take online classes for a group of Literature
students named AFrone –the students of Africa where the aspiring Literature
lovers are in need of guidance. I am a trainer of English Language, Literature
and Soft Skills and have taught in many states of India.
my desire. I believe in my willpower and henceforth I am able to work for
almost 20 hours a day.
won’t take the names of great people who are famous and are known for their
selfless services to the society. When I was a student, I used to admire and
follow Mother Teresa; however with experience, I have learnt to be inspired by
living powerful women whom we meet fortunately to learn and bring in a change
strong lady, Ms Nita Arora who is the principal of Sri Venkateshwar
International School, Delhi. She is an amazing teacher, counsellor and a great orator.
I could see a difference in her while managing the entire school and the
students. She emphasized the need to bring in a change in our teaching pattern
so that our children do not remain limited to books but be a social help to
everyone in need. I was amazed to see her dancing with the teachers and
students without hampering the discipline of the institution. I saw her
teaching yoga and singing besides teaching Biology. I never saw her resting in
her room, but always with progressive experiments. And, yes, she inspires me a
lot and having worked under her, I have learnt to be stronger. I have learnt
that age is just a number and there is no limit to learning and enjoying life.
honour ever day to the women as I believe a woman begins a day. Being in the
family of Indian Army, I would love to celebrate this day with the wives of the
soldiers in encouraging them to expore their creativities, come out of their
houses and showcase their talents. I am regarded as a revolutionary poet as my
poetry speaks candidly about the rights of women or the state of women in our
country; and on this special day, I would dedicate a special verse for the
women of our Nation.
women around the world on this occasion?
would dedicate the title of my latest book, ‘Making Impossible Possible’ to the
only if we want to. I would request all the women around the world to recognize
their rights first and build an identity of their own. Never let anyone to
dominate and underestimate your strengths as you are the creator of this living
Earth and hence must be recognized as the super power of this land.
am not a feminist nor would use the term ‘women empowerment’ to compete with
men. I would rather define the term as ‘human as equal to men with
self-respect, deserved rights and justice, and most importantly safe in this
brutal world.’ The term can only be successful if each and every woman of every
Nation is given the equal opportunity for education.
I assess the present scenario, the main challenge is the safety and security of
a woman in every part of our country. We are failing to give justice with our
weak jurisdiction system. Women are not safe; days and nights do not treat
equally to women as compared to men. Even the most educated women do not feel
safe when out for work; Our Nation is progressing in the Scientific and
Technological innovations, yet our Nation fails to safeguard the self-respect
of a woman.
the next five years, I would love to see myself as the best-selling author and
open an institution for the slum children. I want to see myself as the most
valuable teacher and motivator to the young minds.
|Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva