Osho the Great

Osho the Great he is called
High esteem he does command
Among millions of followers
Among great gurus and philosophers
A man so brilliant and clever
The humanity has witnessed ever
One could hardly imagine
A man existed without vice and sin
With his philosophy of life
He erased enmity and strife
He relieved the mankind
From scores of sufferings
Lived life so simple
To set an example
For people to adopt and adapt
He was worldly wise and heavenly apt
Created a new culture, a way of life in the world
Synthesizing invaluable and infallible ideas new and old
Osho the Great he is called. . .
Brought out the gold out of the coal of ignorance
With knowledge and intelligence not by any chance
To tap the untapped potential of mind
Through his discourses and teachings
One among the many preachers
He presented his thinking with rationality
He is best of the teachers
Understands the mind’s criticality
Presented great thoughts in simple stories
People enjoyed listening to him forgetting worries
A man who moved humanity with his rationality
Crossing the geographic and political nationality
A man who threatened a mighty nation
Not with force but due devotion
Shook the very base of governance and economics
His thoughts spread like epidemics
Transforming man from materialism to spirituality
Shedding the cladding of individuality
The oneness of thought and inherent emotion
Setting humanity in a new direction and motion
Greatest of the debater and thinker
He tried to transform and not tinker
The adulterated mentality of thinking about quantity
To thinking for reasons and the best of every quality
Spoke out what he thought being bold
Unfolding the mysteries of the world
Osho the Great he is called. . .

Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा साहिल’)

With Regards

SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

Lively Loving Logics for Life

Make peace with your past
That it doesn’t spoil your present
What others think let them think
Pen your ideas on paper with ink
Let the knowledge in your heart sink
Everything has a strong link
Time heals almost everything
Forget sorrow start to sing
No one is the reason of your happiness
You yourself make it more or less
Don’t compare your life with others
You have No idea what their Journeys
Remember it by dear brothers
Knowledge alone can quench your queries
Smile, you don’t own all the Problems in the World
Manifest your thoughts some new and some old
Life is not bed of roses
But a path strewn with thorns
Take laughter as regular doses
Life is transient enjoy like popcorns
Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा साहिल’)

Budh Purnima: The Super Moon

Today the moon is bright
In the sky a great sight
Very very soon in the night
Enjoy the sight with full delight
It’s one of the celestial phenomena
Widely known as Budh Purnima
After the name of Great Gautam Budha
The great zen master of the world
Whose words were more valuable than gold
Today the moon becomes brighter
For it approaches more closer
The moon appears a bit bigger
The special full moon is called super moon
Enjoy the moonlight in the season of monsoon
From the busy life, take some time
Enjoy the look of moon in its prime
Celebrate the Budha Purnima
Enjoy the heavenly phenomena
Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा ‘साहिल’)

With Regards
SureShot POST
New Delhi, India


Man is a clever creature
Devise new means of defence
Develop habits and change nature
To protect self, he creates fence
Some of the tricks, let’s mention
Postponing the consequences cleverly
Acting out and making mockery
Trivializing the matters
With peers he chatters
Diverting attention
Through creative expression
Making the matter sublime
Making painting, writing rhyme
Man is same throughout all seasons
Creates and manifests reasons
Compares with example
To make life simple
With boss he murmurs
With peers he humours
Adopting a method of denial 
Avoiding reality, giving fantasy a trial
Making the situation look normal
Distorting the facts and making more informal
Dissociation from the issues and isolation
Creating a world of his own imagination
Making excuses and giving rationalization
Using suppression to dispel emotion
Comforting self with positive anticipation
Creating new identification for expression
Blaming others for negative projection
There are many to use and to explore
Sailing oneself from the sea of anxiety
To the shore of comfort and gaiety

Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा ‘साहिल’) 

With Regards

SureShot POST
New Delhi, India


The best means for self help
Inner peace and growth of self
Introspection, its introspection
Looking to self to find reason
Liberating the self from prison
Prison of Selfishness
The mess of ideas and nothing less
There is always a safe way
Mould your ideas, mind is like clay
Create an idol of your choice
Listen to your deep inner voice
Imagination has great power
The great feat is done in an hour
Keep away from counter accusation
Listen to elders and peers suggestion
Think before you react
Act in the true spirit of act
When the intention is pure
You can be sure
Of the subsequent consequences
Avoid before it become offences
Introspection is an art
To learn you must start
Introspection is also science
The science of conscience
For introspection, you don’t need silence
But a mind ready to look through lens
The lens of reason and unbiased thinking
Looking from others perspective and weighing
The acts and deeds you accomplish
Introspect results before you finish
Shashikant Nishant Sharma
(शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा साहिल’)

With Regards

SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

Fake Currency in India

The counterfeit currency menace is growing by leaps and bound in India due to the poor vigilance and prompt and coordinated against the fake currency printers and mafia operating in this field. In 2011, the rupee appeared to have emerged as the counterfeiter’s currency of choice internationally.The fact was recently revealed in the report compiled by the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Union Finance Ministry which estimated around 400 per cent increase in counterfeit transactions in India’s financial market.The cross border fake currency dealers are the real threat as they given safe sanctuary there and the government feels what harms it does. But they should know that the same fake currency dealers and printers are printing fake currency for the country which gives them save heaven.The intelligence bureau and the law enforcement agencies should come forward with measures which not only detects the fake currencies but also strong and fool proof measures to teach them a lesson.There should be conscious effort to uproot the fake currency infrastructure existing in the neighbouring counties through diplomatic dialogues and collaboration in tackling the menace of fake currency.Some of the others measures can be improving the quality of paper used in currency printing and new techniques of recording the transactions at the financial institution like banks. The recording will help in tracking down all the link associated with it. It is vital to reach to the sources but the intermediate links must be snapped whenever possible. 
Shashikant Nishant Sharma 
शशिकांत निशांत शर्मा 

With Regards
SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

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Right to Education- Social Inclusion

Right to Education is a ambitious act and its enactment in the true spirit will surely have a good impact on creating a inclusive growth and development. It is a matter of shape that some private educational institutional are more of a economic enterprise and they admit those who can afford high but the poor feel social exclusion in this whole process of commercialization. The poor have equal right to quality education. The private institutions should take the Supreme Court order seriously and they should devise selection suitable criteria for selection of bright students from the underprivileged communities. One suggested criteria can be free admission of wards of the staffs of the institutions who come from those underprivileged communities and areas. Other criteria can be the nearness of the candidate for admission so that other overhead cost of education like travelling is reduced. Talent search can be conducted to select meritorious students among the poor students of nearby area.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3308066.ece

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

West Bengal Chief Minister: Diktat on selection of Newspapers

The decision taken by West Bengal Chief Minister on selection of newspapers is a clear violation of the citizens’ right to know and is an insult to libraries. She must understand that the actions taken by her in government office affecting the public and public policies must be in conformity with standard or norms set by the Constitution of India which cannot be arbitrary, irrational or irrelevant. She is the Chief Minister not the queen of Bengal and must respect and pay regards to the Constitution of India in true spirit of term. I am surprised to know that very few newspapers and media highlighted this issue which is clear violation of right to equality and freedom of press. The public cannot be prescribed what to read and what to omit. Public money must be spent in a democratic manner and for the benefit of public and common good; in a rational manner taking into account the demand of the economy and people at large; in a relevant manner so as to serve the common need and demand.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Strengthening Bilateral Ties between India and Pakistan

The strengthening bilateral relation between the two neighbours India and Pakistan is the only solution to many problems like cross border terrorism, oil pipe line from Iran, untapped trade opportunities and many more to count. The timely and decisive visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Asif Ali Zardari amid the objection by various organisation in home country. This will sure give a strong signal that the relations between the two nations will not be dictated by such organisations. The fruitful and continuous dialogues between the two nations will surely bring a new era of mutual understanding and cooperation in coming future. The tightening vigilance of the international community on Pakistan has left no other ways for Pakistan but to reconcile will the good neigbours like India and China who can help the country tide over the economic and social crisis looming large it.

Shashikant Nishant Sharma
New Delhi

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SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

20th ASEAN Summit in Combodia, 2012 – New Dimension in Cooperation

The recently concluded 20th summit of the Association of South East 
Asian Nations (ASEAN) has not only consolidated associations aim and 
objectives, but also paved way for its future development prospects. 
ASEAN has established itself not only as a regional groups for 
cooperation and stability but also as a forum to interact with world 
bodies for greater inclusive growth of the Asian countries. The forum 
has been successful in incentivising the trade and political 
cooperation which is visible from the outcome of the recent elections 
in Mayanmar and resolution of South China sea which India has 
persuaded to declare it as a common asset for the south Asian nations. 
The forum can play more robust role in fighting hunger and terrorism. 
A strong trade and commerce can pave path for greater cooperation in 
the field of education, health and infrastructure development in the 
Asian countries. We have good amount of resource and capabilities 
which must be harnessed for mutual development.
from:  Shashikant Nishant Sharma

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article3297582.ece

With Regards
SureShot POST
New Delhi, India

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