Chittaranjan Ghoshal

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

About Chittaranjan

I'm passionate about

Religion, Evolution, mythology, universe, dance, spirituality, nutrition, agriculture, management

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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted about 2 years ago
Children's schools should have an "Imagination" period
I appreciate your effort to start an IDEA which needs polishing and we need more ideas like this. But what we want more is a bit of sincere work attached with that idea. A wall never evolves. Nor does a rock ever evolve. Humans evolve and so does human ideas. Its difficult to train or develop ADULTS because they have evolved much further but a CHILD is yet to evolve and you can mould them unlike ADULTS. What nowadays they lack is a PLATFORM. What you are talking about is providing that platform which is unusual and GREAT. I believe that A GOOD IDEA SHOULD NEVER BE VIOLATED AND ACTED UPON. No matter from where it comes.
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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted about 2 years ago
Children's schools should have an "Imagination" period
Very true!!! In corporate world a person's ability is hindered, his talents are shadowed and he works much like a guided missile. If he has to implement his ideas or abilities then he has to do that in a personal front. But an IDEA can not only change your life but also has its impact on millions. Talk about Microsoft or TCS or even NGO's who are doing a good job. Microsoft for instance had an idea/solution which gradually evolved and evolved further. If it were not here then how would investors would have their profits, so many companies using their products simplified their work, so many jobs were created and are still being created. It is an IDEA which comes out of imagination which is actually running the lives of so many people. Imagination is therefore GROWTH and that is what actually fuels the economy. A country blessed with a few hundred such people can bring a tsunami of job, hope, prosperity for the nation. So having a session right in school to nurture this germ which is inherent in everyone(kids especially) can take mankind a long way towards development and a better future.
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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted about 2 years ago
In a democracy should voting be compulsory
But what if an individual feels (knows for certain) that the parties would be incapable of leading the nation or fulfilling its promises??? What if an individual doesnt have confidence in any of the parties??? In that case mandatory voting doesnt do any good to nation. Such an individual may want to wait for the right party to stand up and then he excercises his right of voting. If a party is not good(let's say a bunch of crooks form it and run the party and economy and the nation according to their own whimses without caring what is to be done and what is not to be done) then it is better not to vote. Supporting a theif in my opinion is an equal offence like stealing something by yourself. Voting should therefore be personal choice so that no one's patriotism/integrity gets disturbed.
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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted over 2 years ago
What have you done to help the Earth?
Not many can do what you are doing Harvey. A person has to give up selfishness, be fearless and free from anxieties and worries of routine cares and livelihood to perform acts like you are doing. Because it's not gonna benefit much to the performer of work. And I request you utterly not to think that it's not much. God doesnt measure people by the size of work but by the size of love, devotion & feeling by which we work or in other words serve him(humanity or the people you serve currently). It takes a big heart and lots of guts to do what you have been doing. A hundred people like you probably can change the face of nation pertaining to a particular task. Goodluck for your future endeavours!!!
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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted over 2 years ago
What have you done to help the Earth?
Sowing seeds before rainy season cotinued......In a month's time creepers will grow everywhere and start giving vegetables. Trees shall bear fruit and shade and shelter too. Birds and squirrels benefit and their droppings are excellent manure. I wonder how many seeds will I be able to sow in 1 day in 5 hours??? What if I work the same for 5 days before monsoon??? How many cows/buffaloes and other creatures will benefit and for how long. After 5 days of work is completed and trees grow in some months, then for how many years/generations will it continue to bless everyone around it. There are a lot of poverty stricken people here who would eventually get vegetables for free atleast for a couple of months because the plants would grow in no man's land with no one to claim it. The reason to sow seeds(grow the plant) near a pond/lake is because the ground water level in such areas are good which support the plant to evolve easily. An act of 5 days should go a long way and manify itself multiple times towards betterment of all. Its only developing and not destroying. Only helping, not hurting. After a lot of thinking Nature proves but one thing. Not having trees is really not a problem. Growing trees is easy. Living in peace and developing a good atmosphere is not tough.
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Chittaranjan Ghoshal
Posted over 2 years ago
What have you done to help the Earth?
Just recently I was fascinated at Nature's glory during a casual observation while I gazed at a tree in amazement. I wondered-A plant or a tree; from where does it evolve- A seed. I was amazed & awe strucked by the thought that if someone simply buries a seed inside a soil and waters it then in a few days a plant comes out of it which eventually grows to a tree; gives fruits/vegetables, shelter, oxygen, shade and so much more. Last year as I was cutting vegetables(usually grown with pesticides & harmful chemical fertilizers) there I found a lot of seeds coming out of vegetables. Let's sow them(I thought)!!! And after watering it for about a month it started giving me vegetables which were organic. It tasted so good and it was for free as well(inflation is on a rise). Another day I was going on my bike towards city during rainy season. It was all green every where as I witnessed nothing but lush greenery all around me. As if mother earth wrapped in a green dress. During this season I didnt even have to water the plants and I got mango trees coming out of the seeds apart from other plants and trees. It was all effortless. I wondered it was so easy to take care of nature which only gives and never asks for anything. Such is the power of nature that when a seed is sown in soil combined with water, it as if miraculously gives out a creation in the form of a tree. All this is so easy. Such is the power potent in the seed, in the soil. Nature's miracle. Evolution!!! So what do I plan!!! Whenever I cut vegetables I will keep the seed aside(which doesnt spoil once dried). In India just before the rainy season I will go near a river/lake/pond or any other place with the seeds and something to dig a soil. Lots of varieties of seeds/flowers etc. are available. The place should also be bit isolated so that the plants when come out are safe. Then rain takes care of everything from there. If 1 day I could devote to this task this season then I shall have innumerable trees.