About the Blog

In India September 5th the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan former president and a great teacher is being celebrated as TEACHER’S DAY in. I dedicate this blog to all my Teachers who taught me to read & write.

As a mark of respect to all of them, the launch of this blog is scheduled to this day. The main aim of this blog is to share and improve knowledge with likeminded people.
The book that inspired and guided to become a blogger is ‘’Everything You Wanted To Know About Freelance Journalism( but didn’t know whom to ask) By Kavitha Rao And Charukesi Ramadurai.

A popularly known wise saying “acharya devo bhava” is from Taittiriyopanishad of Yajur Veda states that’’ A teacher should be treated as God.’’
 
Even the POEM‘’ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S LETTER TO HIS SON’S TEACHER” showcases that how a teacher can mould the student in a right way.

This year this day also coincides with GANESH CHATURTHI which makes the day even more special. Lord Ganesh is the son of Shiva and Parvathi. He is the God of wisdom and remover of obstacles; hence he is invoked and worshipped at the commencement of every important undertaking. Vinayaka, Vigneshwara, Pillayar, Ganapathi, Dodda Ganesha and Ganapathi papa are the various names of the Lord in various states of India.

The title of the blog ‘’BOOK FOOD & LANGUAGES’’ is an amalgamation of interesting information on books, food and languages. Hindi the National language of our country-(India) finds place along with English language in the blog. The blog holds in itself the Book Reviews, My Pen, House of Poetry, Know Food, Write ups on small topics in Hindi under the different labels.

The label MY PEN- will hold all my own poems. KNOW FOOD – will carry details about various food. HOUSE OF POETRY- is a set of structural descriptive poems by different poets. Ex:  poems on house, palace, Inn, cabinet etc. In the WRITE UPS column a brief account of a topic in English and Hindi will find place. A few new labels will be added in the near future. 

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