Usha Narang on Winning her Battle against Lung Cancer

Usha Narang on Winning her Battle against Lung Cancer

Usha Narang is a housewife in her mid-50’s who is a lung cancer survivor. She has been cancer-free for the last 4 years and still counting. Apart from medical interventions she went through, she discovered that some herbal supplements can also work wonders  as relief from chemotherapy side effects and also to boost her immune system, along with observing a  healthier and stress-free lifestyle.

According to Usha Narang, back in the last quarter of 2010 when a small lump was found in her lungs but she thought it was just benign and simple medications would suffice as it also seemed to decrease in size and eventually disappear for some time. But 2 months later, it came back and the doctor again run various tests and she was given confounding results.

Her mother, aunt and sister were all diagnosed with cancer and for that she didn’t want to take chances and so she decided to get checked at Manipal Hospital where she was admitted the nest day. The doctor told her that the lump must be removed along with some lymph nodes to prevent the spread of cancer cells. The removal of the lump and some lymph nodes also revealed that she was positive for stage 3 lung cancer and so another surgery was scheduled to remove all affected lymph nodes. After that, she had to take six chemo sessions and six weeks of radiations and numerous injections for a year, from November 2010 to November 2011.

A friend of Usha Narang’s brother shared to her some info about an herb that may possibly help recover her health, though she was advised that it was meant only as a supplement and not as a substitute for more sophisticated treatments required for such illness.

Usha Narang and her family then got in touched with  two retired professors Dr. Shyamasundar Joshi and Dr. Shanta Josh who have been actively cultivating the trees and conducting researches on the medicinal benefits of the Lakshmi Taru or Simarouba glauca, which is also known worldwide as the Paradise Tree.

She decided to give it a shot while she was also undergoing chemotherapy. She observed that when she was taking the simarouba herbal concoction, she didn’t feel so weak after chemo and her appetite also improved. She continued taking it also to maintain her hemoglobin level. She feels that the supplement somehow helped minimize the adverse affects of chemo and radiation therapy like hair loss or feeling of energy loss. She has been taking simarouba religiously for 4 years now and she’s glad that it has helped her immensely. Now, even after going for her chemo session in the morning, she can go back to her home or shop and continue with her daily routine. She also shared her experience and positive results with simarouba to her friends and other cancer patients. And hope that they too will reap the same healing benefits from the simarouba. She actually couldn’t think of any one who complained or had negative experience with it after she referred them to use it, so she’s somehow happy with the feedbacks from other people she knows and who has also tried it. She told them as advised, patients with serious illnesses must take it continuously, in her own experience, she sees no big deal in taking simarouba for lifetime, but for those who want to use it as preventive measure or as a health booster and if they have no serious condition, they may just have to take it for 15 consecutive days and have a gap of 3-6 months before they take it again.

Usha Narang also shared that those who are battling cancer or any form of disease must always keep a positive attitude. And in her case, she kept that 100% faith that the Lord and the treatments will help and cure her. As Usha said, “Just always be happy. It’s not the end of the world for those who have cancer. People die of heart attacks and etc. but there’s still hope for those suffering from cancer.”

Kids playing guitar this Children’s day

Kids playing guitar this Children's dayChildren’s Day is recognized on various days in many places around the world, to honor children globally. In India, Children’s Day is celebrated on 14th November and has been named after the JawaharLal Nehru Birthday also known as Chacha Nehru day.

Guitarmonk Social has brought out a unique way to celebrate children’s day this year by going to various schools, social organizations and singing children’s day song with them on guitar.

Not just the kids but the teachers also participated in this moment by singing along with the kids.  We further took this children’s day musical drive to some underpriviledged kids and we got extremely glad to notice that some of the kids also came out with their innate musical talent surprising and reminding all of us with the statement that nothing can be more precious than the talent of a person.

We thank guitarmonk guitarists who played a prominent role in making this children’t day musical drive succesful.

Cartons distribution across Delhi-NCR for Cloth Donation by Guitarmonk Social

While most of us have closets that are full, crammed and cluttered and we can’t even choose which outfit to don for the day because there’s simply too many to choose from or it doesn’t suit our mood. There are actually people who have no choice but to wear the same clothes each and everyday because they simply don’t have any option.

And then there are people who have lost their homes, their source of livelihood, their personal belongings, and their loved ones.

This is indeed such a minor and simple step but it can somehow start anew with a daily change in clothing, especially for those who have lost almost everything. This can be something to look forward to and bring in hope for a better tomorrow. And it can even help them regain their self-confidence and self-esteem.

Cartons distribution across Delhi-NCR for Cloth Donation by Guitarmonk Social

Cloth Donation Guitarmonk Social Delhi

Donating is not just about giving money but it’s beyond that. There can be too many ways to extend a helping hand to the less fortunate.  How about de-cluttering your closet by simply giving away or donating a shirt or a pair of trousers for each new item you buy. Your disregarded garment can actually be a treasure to someone else.

How it would be to live in a society, street and neighbourhood where there are poor people who are not privileged enough to wear new colors?

It can’t be a beautiful view where there are some who have lost everything they had in natural calamity.

Come and join our movements at Guitarmonk Social and let’s hold hand and be proactive in making this world a caring, better and more beautiful place for each other.

Cloth Donation is a regular activity of Guitarmonk Social, takes place at diversified locations of Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and all zones of Delhi and NCR. It is a part of ‘Share to Care’ movement by Guitarmonk Social.

On Parkinson Syndrome, Old Age, Disability etc – A reflection

On Parkinson Syndrome, Old Age, Disability etc – A reflectionDuring a stop at a restaurant for lunch, I noticed a frail looking old man who asked if he could share a seat with us while we were also waiting for our order. He was shaking uncontrollably and was using a 4-leg walker as he seems to walk inch by inch. Parkinson’s Syndrome has caused some of his muscles to be rigid and  also causing some tremors that affected his speech and gate.  Someone then came to give him his pouch. We were so surprised when the old man opened his bag and handed over a new Rs 50 note to the helper and struggled to zip his opened bag.

The man wanted to order some chicken but he was in great difficulty even saying the word “chicken,” until the waiter decided to tell him what’s on the menu and ask him questions that can be answered by a simple yes/no. As soon as his order, consists of chicken and bread arrived, he was eager to start his meal. But he couldn’t even put his spoon close to his mouth without spilling his food. He obviously was struggling to eat. He was like a 1 year old child with food on his face and food bits scattered on his lap and on the table.

I remained seated and continued to watch him with the corner of my eye so as not to offend him. He was gesturing something and seemed to want some more bread but couldn’t voice it out. He tried a number of times but to no avail as nobody could hear him nor pay attention to him. I decided to call the waiter to bring him another bread. I felt bad for him because he was a big man, with a large frame physique but very helpless.

His presence stirred a lot of questions in my head. Why would a vulnerable, frail old man be moving alone and why isn’t there any family member to assist him at such age? Where and who are his family members? Why is he carrying such bulk of money by himself? And with such condition as his, he can easily be robbed or tricked by some people.

I just assumed that perhaps he left his house alone because he was bored, angry or just want to unwind and go places. Or could it be he no longer have any family member who would like to look after him, or maybe he doesn’t want to be taken cared of and still want to prove that he isn’t a burden to anyone who might be looking after him and try his best to do things on his own.

I had so many assumptions in mind. But, I was really bothered by the fact that he was so fragile, so vulnerable and him being exposed to the elements and to the busy streets and harsh society, he might meet some kind of accident as his senses are also no longer that sharp and alert.

This encounter made me reflect a lot on our daily lives, our associations, our connectedness as a family, as friends, as neighbours, as acquaintances, or as a community. How many old, disabled or disadvantaged people like him are roaming the streets on their own? I couldn’t and I wouldn’t want to even imagine!

WHAT CAN WE DO WHEN GET A SIMILAR ENCOUNTER ?

I must admit that we were actually taken aback and was confused on how to approach or how we can be of help to him. Even before we logically decided or thought of an idea to be of assistance to him, his pitiable condition have already affected our emotions and we ended up sympathizing instead of showing empathy. We got caught in our own emotions, our own fears, our insecurities and self-made perceptions.

I noted some ideas on how to be of help to persons with disability and here’s what I have finally concluded:

  1. We can call a particular helpline that can send assistance and professional help to such cases (some of them are mentioned below).
  2. We can take his photo and share to the local authorities and inform them that he needs help or assistance so as not to be a target of criminals, thieves, etc. Just to ensure his safety and security.
  3. We can also try to talk to him. But we must be careful not to show pity or say something that may compromise both our security and safety.
  4. We can ask for his next of kin, who may then collect him and look after him.
  5. We can contact an organization or government agency for senior citizens, or for the disabled to help that person and also orient his family about his condition and the proper way of ensuring his health, safety and security.

No senior citizen or person with disability should be experiencing that same fate as the old man we met at the restaurant. We should continue to look after our family members not only while they can provide us with our needs but we should actually show them more respect, love and care in their old age or when they are no longer physically strong or able.

The fact that I simply observed the old man, despite his struggles and hardships while trying to move around and eat his meal. I actually feel guilty and upset at the same time. I was guilty due to the fact I really wanted to help or assist him, and yet I restrained myself to do so. Thinking that I might offend him by offering assistance when in fact he was trying to be independent. And I was also upset because other people who saw him didn’t even bother to ask if he was okay or if he needs help. And most of all, he shouldn’t be on his own afterall!

This experience is indeed an eye opener. What kind of society do we have now? What kind of community do we belong? Have we become selfish or insensitive? So many questions may remain unanswered but I am sharing this to you now, so you can also ponder and do something better next time.

Story/Experience shared by Mr Kapil Srivastava

We found following helplines numbers/address in Google but when we called them, our team received rude response (we will share their responses in separate blog and also notify them to medical authorities). We don’t advocate or have experience of anyone personally but here are they:

  1. The Neuroscience Center – All India Institute of Medical Science, Aurobindo Marg, In front of Safdarjung hospital at the crossing of Ring Road and Aurobindo Marg. Ansari Nagar, Delhi. Tel: +91-11-26588500. Website: www.aiims.ac.in
  2. Parkinson‘s Disease & Movement Disorder Society – 6, Jasville, 1st Floor, Opp. Liberty Cinema, Marine Lines, Mumbai – 400020, Maharashtra. Phone: 22007667/9967774944. Email: mail@parkinsonssocietyindia.com.  http://www.parkinsonssocietyindia.com
  3. Medanta-The Medicity – Sector – 38, Gurgaon, Haryana 122 001, India. Tel :0124-4855055.

Effort for International Yoga Day on June 21

Yoga is 5000 years old, one of the ancient health gifts to mankind, influencing and transforming physical, mental and spiritual being of a human being.

Yoga is an invaluable gift of our ancient tradition. Yoga embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature”Prime Minister Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi Yoga

PM Narendra Modi doing Yoga

For declaring June 21 as International Yoga Day, as many as 50 countries – US, Canada and China most recently — have signed up for co-sponsorship of a draft resolution.

The resolution will be submitted soon to the UN secretariat with the government looking to aggressively push for its adoption before the end of this year.  Some of co-sponsors from the list include China, Japan, Indonesia and South Korea, South Africa and Nigeria. Some of the 1st movers are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

TOI Report states more >>

Donate Clothes Movement

Donate Cloth Movement

Light The Lamp Of Hope In Life Of Needy And Celebrate Diwali Anyday

As in Diwali everybody lights lamps. One can anytime celebrate the moment of Diwali in his/her heart by lighting the lamp in life of needy ones by donating his/her old, unused clothes for them.

Guitarmonk Social is doing ‘Donate Clothes Movement‘ & contributing unused, old clothes to support the under-privileged.

Distribution will happen on 21 Nov 2014. Donate your clothes so they may become value for those who can’t afford it.

“This doesn’t need your money, nor time, just a will..” – Guitarmonk Social

To participate in the Donate Cloth Movement, fill the form below:

Go Green Drive and Green Anthem

Go Green drive and Green Anthem

Guitarmonk Social’s Go Green drive and Green Anthem became a popular movement among lot of Delhites and specially music lovers.

It was a month before the occasion of International Forestry Day, when guitarmonk social thought to create awareness about importance of greenary all around us. It is since then all guitarmonk branches across Delhi-NCR starting motivating all its students to come out together and connect this message to thousands of people in Delhi via Go Green Drive and Green Anthem Songs. They also composed a song on same.

The counseling continued for a month and many Guitarmonk students came forward with their contributions on the day of Forestry Day with Guitars in their hand. They not only invested money on buying thousand of plants but went on at all parts and zones of Delhi-NCR and planted trees at the locations, while singing the green anthem.

It also included free distribution of plants to local residents at every location and bringing them along in singing ‘go green’ songs.

A mini bus was booked that covered many locations in Delhi-NCR as India Gate, V3s Mall, Shopprix Mall, Agarwal Fun city mall, IP Extension, Nirman Vihar, Noida, Rohini, Gurgaon etc. The basic idea was to spread message of pollution free environment and pollution free Delhi through music.  Delhi Police also came and enjoyed the songs during the movement.

Plantation drive was also supported by contributions from Unicorn Books, JustDialMusic, Lovely Public School, Softmax Software Solutions, V3S Mall, and Unity Group Agarwal Fun City Mall.

Musical Tribute on Gandhi Jayanti

musical tribute on gandhi jayanti

Musical Tribute on Gandhi Jayanti

On this occasion, Guitarmonk dedicates the contemplative prayer, and inspirational song, Humko Man Ki Shakti De Na (give us the power to win our minds before we win others.) as a tribute to one of the greatest man to ever lived in India.  Kapil Srivastava and its guitarist team from Delhi, planned to record the beautiful music and devotional song of movie Guddi on Guitar. The whole tune was recorded in less than half hour having lead guitar, arpeggio and just simple chord strumming instead of running rhythm.

This guitar tune can also be used as a wonderful melody for teaching by guitar teachers for their guitar students.
Rearranged on guitar by Kapil Srivastava as an instrumental version (you can listen above) and being made into a video (will be launched soon) to inspire the younger generation with the importance of Mahatma Gandhi’s priceless contribution to our country and the rest of the world.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) is India’s symbol of peace, harmony, spiritual discovery and independence. He was the greatest political figure in India’s history and most admired.

Bapu Gandhi championed on social equality and communal harmony. He took it as a personal mission to deliver the message of peace through silent resistance in Indian Freedom Struggle with satyagraha. Despite being sent to jail many times, he endured it all for the sake of his love for the people and the country, India. He loved life and looked at life as the invaluable driving force that can save humanity from atrocities through the use of non-violence protests as catalyst of social change.

Through the sacrifices and selflessness of Gandhiji, we are now enjoying India’s Independence. His ideologies continue to ignite social movements around the world. Indeed, as Gandhi believes, “You must be the change you want to see the world.”

The life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi is full of inspiring lessons that sets a good example of how simplicity, humility, compassion, truthfulness and love of one’s country can bring hope, peace and love to every nation.

Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation and whose legacy of glorifying peace and non-violence, faith in truth and justice for all mankind  has marked a deep and lasting effect to each and everyone of us, has a special day that is well celebrated and commemorated in India and the rest of the world. October 2, also the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi  has been declared by the United Nations General Assembly as Gandhi Jayanti or International Day of Non-Violence in 2007.

गुदड़ी के लाल – लाल बहादुर शास्त्री

गुदड़ी के लाल - लाल बहादुर शास्त्रीहम सब को जय जवान जय किसान का नारा तो याद ही होगा और साथ साथ ये भी याद होगा कि इस नारे को हमे दिया किसने था? जी, सही याद किया आपने हमारे स्वतंत्र देश के दुसरे प्रधानमंत्री जिन्हें गुदड़ी का लाल भी कहा जाता है श्री लाल बहादुर शास्त्री ने. और आज के दिन यानि 2 अक्टूबर 1904 में उत्तर प्रदेश के मुगलसराय में उनका जन्म हुआ था. यानि हमारे राष्ट्रपिता श्री मोहन दास करमचंद गाँधी यानि महात्मा गाँधी और श्री लाल बहादुर शास्त्री का जन्मदिवस एक ही दिन होता है और इस किसी ने क्या खूब कहा है, “आज का दिन है 2 अक्टूबर, आज का दिन बड़ा महान. आज के दिन दो फुल खिले जिससे महका हिंदुस्तान. जय जवान जय किसान…”

उनका जन्मदिवस गांधी जी के जन्मदिवस के समान होने की तरह व्यक्तित्व और विचारधारा भी गांधी जी के जैसे ही थे. शास्त्री जी गांधी जी के विचारों और जीवनशैली से बेहद प्रेरित थे. शास्त्री जी ने स्वतंत्रता आंदोलन में गांधीवादी विचारधारा का अनुसरण करते हुए देश की सेवा की और आजादी के बाद भी अपनी निष्ठा और सच्चाई में कमी नहीं आने दी.

सादा जीवन और उच्च विचार कहने वाले लाल बहादुर शास्त्री ने यह दुनिया को जता दिया कि अगर इंसान के अंदर आत्मविश्वास हो तो वो कोई भी मंजिल पा सकता है.

शास्त्री जी के पिता का नाम श्री शारदा प्रसाद श्रीवास्तव था, अर्थात वो जाति से श्रीवास्तव थे. लेकिन उन्होने अपने नाम के साथ अपना उपनाम लगाना छोड़ दिया था क्योंकि वह जाति प्रथा के घोर विरोधी थे. उनके नाम के साथ जुड़ा ‘शास्त्री’ काशी विद्यापीठ द्वारा दी गई उपाधि है, उनके प्रथम श्रेणी से पास होने पर.

शास्त्रीजी का समस्त जीवन देश की सेवा में ही बीता. देश के स्वतंत्रता संग्राम और नवभारत के निर्माण में शास्त्रीजी का महत्वपूर्ण योगदान रहा. स्वाधीनता आंदोलन के दौरान वे सात बार जेल गए। अपने जीवन में कुल मिलाकर 9 वर्ष उन्हें कारावास की यातनाएँ सहनी पड़ीं. सन्‌ 1926 में शास्त्रीजी ने लोक सेवा समाज की आजीवन सदस्यता ग्रहण की और इलाहाबाद को अपना कार्य-क्षेत्र चुना. बाद में वे इलाहाबाद नगर पालिका, तदोपरांत इम्प्रुवमेंट ट्रस्ट के भी सदस्य रहे.

सन्‌ 1947 में शास्त्रीजी उत्तरप्रदेश के गृह और परिवहन मंत्री बने. इसी पद पर कार्य करते समय शास्त्रीजी की प्रतिभा पहचान कर 1952 के पहले आम चुनाव में कांग्रेस पार्टी के चुनाव आंदोलन को संगठित करने का भार नेहरूजी ने उन्हें सौंपा. 1952 में ही शास्त्रीजी राज्यसभा के लिए चुने गए. उन्हें परिवहन और रेलमंत्री का कार्यभार सौंपा गया. परन्तु 4 वर्ष पश्चात्‌ 1956 में अडियालूर रेल दुर्घटना के लिए, जिसमें कोई डेढ़ सौ से अधिक लोग मारे गए थे, अपने को नैतिक रूप से उत्तरदायी ठहरा कर उन्होंने रेलमंत्री का पद त्याग दिया. शास्त्रीजी के इस निर्णय का देशभर में स्वागत किया गया.

अपने सद्गुणों व जनप्रिय होने के कारण 1957 के द्वितीय आम चुनाव में वे विजयी हुए और पुनः केंद्रीय मंत्रिमंडल में परिवहन व संचार मंत्री के रूप में सम्मिलित किए गए. सन्‌ 1958 में वे वाणिज्य व उद्योगे मंत्री बनाए गए. पं. गोविंद वल्लभ पंत के निधन के पश्चात्‌ सन्‌ 1961 में वे गृहमंत्री बने, किंतु सन्‌ 1963 में जब कामराज योजना के अंतर्गत पद छोड़कर संस्था का कार्य करने का प्रश्न उपस्थित हुआ तो उन्होंने सबसे आगे बढ़कर बेहिचक पद त्याग दिया.

पंडित जवाहरलाल नेहरू जब अस्वस्थ रहने लगे तो उन्हें शास्त्रीजी की बहुत आवश्यकता महसूस हुई. जनवरी 1964 में वे पुनः सरकार में अविभागीय मंत्री के रूप में सम्मिलित किए गए. तत्पश्चात्‌ पंडित नेहरू के निधन के बाद, चीन के हाथों युद्ध में पराजय की ग्लानि के समय 9 जून 1964 को उन्हें प्रधानमंत्री का पद सौंपा गया. सन्‌ 1965 के भारत-पाक युद्ध में उन्होंने विजयश्री का सेहरा पहना कर देश को ग्लानि और कलंक से मुक्त करा दिया.

उनके प्रधानमंत्रित्व काल में देश में भीषण मंदी का दौर था। देश के कई हिस्सों में भयानक अकाल पड़ा था. जिसपर अमेरिका के प्रतिमाह अन्नदान देने की पेशकश पर तो शास्त्रीजी तिलमिला उठे किंतु संयत वाणी में उन्होंने देश का आह्वान किया- ‘पेट पर रस्सी बाँधो, साग-सब्जी ज्यादा खाओ, सप्ताह में एक शाम उपवास करो. हमें जीना है तो इज्जत से जिएँगे वरना भूखे मर जाएँगे. बेइज्जती की रोटी से इज्जत की मौत अच्छी रहेगी.’ गरीबी में जन्मे, पले और बढ़े शास्त्रीजी को बचपन में ही गरीबी की मार की भयंकरता का बोध हो गया था, फलतः उनकी स्वाभाविक सहानुभूति उन अभावग्रस्त लोगों के साथ रही जिन्हें जीवनयापन के लिए सतत संघर्ष करना पड़ता है. वे सदैव इस हेतु प्रयासरत रहे कि देश में कोई भूखा, नंगा और अशिक्षित न रहे तथा सबको विकास के समान साधन मिलें. शास्त्रीजी का विचार था कि देश की सुरक्षा, आत्मनिर्भरता तथा सुख-समृद्धि केवल सैनिकों व शस्त्रों पर ही आधारित नहीं बल्कि कृषक और श्रमिकों पर भी आधारित है. इसीलिए उन्होंने नारा दिया, ‘जय जवान, जय किसान.’

शास्त्री जी का प्रधानमंत्री कार्यकाल काफी छोटा रहा क्योंकि जिस समय वह प्रधानमंत्री बने उस साल 1965 में पाकिस्तानी हुकूमत ने कश्मीर घाटी को भारत से छीनने की योजना बनाई थी. लेकिन शास्त्री जी ने दूरदर्शिता दिखाते हुए पंजाब के रास्ते लाहौर में सेंध लगा पाकिस्तान को पीछे हटने पर मजबूर कर दिया. इस हरकत से पाकिस्तान की विश्व स्तर पर बहुत निंदा हुई. पाक हुक्मरान ने अपनी इज्जत बचाने के लिए तत्कालीन सोवियत संघ से संपर्क साधा जिसके आमंत्रण पर शास्त्री जी 10 जनवरी 1966 में पाकिस्तान के साथ शांति समझौता करने के लिए ताशकंद गए. इस समझौते के तहत भारत-पाकिस्तान के वे सभी हिस्से लौटाने पर सहमत हो गया जहाँ भारतीय फौज ने विजय के रूप में तिरंगा झंडा गाड़ दिया था. और वो दिन भारत के इतिहास कि चिर-स्मरणीय गया और उसी दिन रात्रि में उन्हें दिल का दौरा पड़ने शास्त्री जी मौत हो गई. हालांकि उनकी मृत्यु को लेकर आज तक कोई आधिकारिक रिपोर्ट सामने नहीं लाई गई है. उनके परिजन समय-समय पर उनकी मौत पर सवाल उठाते रहे हैं. यह देश के लिए एक शर्म का विषय है कि उसके इतने काबिल नेता की मौत का कारण आज तक साफ नहीं हो पाया है. साल 1966 में ही उन्हें भारत का पहला मरणोपरांत भारत रत्न का पुरस्कार भी मिला था जो इस बात को साबित करता है कि शास्त्री जी की सेवा अमूल्य है.

आज राजनीति में जहां हर तरफ भ्रष्टाचार का बोलबाला है वहीं शास्त्री जी एक ऐसे उदाहरण थे जो बेहद सादगी पसंद और ईमानदार व्यक्तित्व के स्वामी थे. अपनी दूरदर्शिता की वजह से उन्होंने पाकिस्तान को गिड़गिडाने पर विवश कर दिया था. हालांकि ताशकंद समझौता भारत की अपेक्षाओं पर खरा नहीं उतरा पर फिर भी उन्होंने दुनिया को भारत की ताकत का अंदाजा दिला दिया था.

आज एक बार फिर से देश को लाल बहादुर शास्त्री जैसे लोगों की जरूरत है, क्योंकि आज देश को महंगाई ने अपने मकड़जाल में घेर रखा है और आम जनता के सामने दो जून की रोटी का प्रश्न है। ऐसे में अगर देश के लोग फिर से अपने लाल को याद करके आगे बढ़े तो निश्चित रूप से देश अपनी समस्या से मुक्ति पा लेगा।

एक अत्यंत गरीब परिवार में जन्मा बालक भी अपने परिश्रम व सद्गुणों द्वारा विश्व इतिहास में कैसे अमर हो सकता है, इसका ज्वलंत उदाहरण थे भारत के द्वितीय प्रधानमंत्री श्री लालबहादुर शास्त्री। शायद इसलिए उनके बारे में कहा गया है कि उठा धरा से पहुँच शिखर, आकाश बन गया, धरा देखती रह गई और पुत्र इतिहास बन गया.

इस भारत के वीर पुत्र कि गिटारमोंक सोशल कि तरफ से कोटि कोटि नमन.

Music Therapy and Meditation Drive

Music Therapy and Meditation Drive

Music Therapy and Meditation Drive

With an objective to serve music health benefits, a social get-together, to create a moment of rejoice, a moment of mental relaxation and healing, Guitarmonk social organizes regular music therapy and meditation drive at various societies in Delhi-NCR. It includes performing devotional bhajans, instrumental therapy music, musical meditational techniques at various residential societies i.e. inside the residential society premises only.

Currently, these music therapy and meditation drive is held at various societies of Chander Nagar, Ramprastha, Noida Sector -55, Noida Sector – 51, Vaishali, Indirapuram & various locations in Ghaziabad.

To conduct similar music therapy and meditation drive email at social@guitarmonk.com.