Trimurti Of My Life
Trimurti Of My Life2 mins 12 2 mins 12
I am very much fond of literature So I read lots of books in school and college. I was not a bookworm. I am always curious to know something about the author I heard recently. So I went out in search of Robin Sharma, Hal Elrod, Dr. Sudha Murti, and so on. I am basically from a vernacular medium. I read Marathi authors and their literature. I like to write poems. So they call me Poet. In my college days, I interacted with many writers and I spent most hours reading their write-ups. I started writing in my school days. I was very much interested in the poems of various poets. Our Marathi teacher encouraged me to write poems. I was very famous at our school. Teachers inspire us by their teaching style. Their nature motivates us to do something creative.
I am a very lucky guy. My first childish step in writing started in school. So I am writing.
I finished up my college. But still, I am not aware of social life. Mr. Kemle got me aware of society. I was an insurance policy agent for 5 years. I come up with good qualities of conveyancing ability. This benefits me a lot while searching for a job. By this I overcame shyness.
Everyone who taught me different things is my Gurus (mentor). I am thankful to them and give my respect from the bottom of the heart.
I joined as an accountant in one of the leading names Dr. Ramananad Sagar Sir's office. Our Chief accountant is Gujrati. I like to speak Gujarati. Nowadays I do little writing in Gujarati. I never studied Gujarati or did any course. Our CA speaks loudly with suppliers or their relatives. that Gujarati words hit my brain and succeed to make their space in my head. I started reading Gujarati newspaper, novel, etc. I also speak Gujarati and can discuss certain topics without hesitation.
They support me a lot, so for ' new you'.
I can not forget this very respectable person, Late Mr. Pandurang Parab (Dada). He took me to the world of journalism. I wrote letters to editors in leading Marathi newspapers. I also published local newspapers. We had discussed politics and social issues. We set up 'Sane Guruji Kathamala', where we gathered children's and told them stories and did many cultural programs. He was a regular writer. He showed me how to do big-budget programs with the help of a political and social service provider.
In my life these 'Trimurti' supports me and so I am today for fighting this world and enjoying life with my perspectives.