Katra Katra Milti Hai
Katra Katra Jeene Do

How does it feel to live life in pieces? Each piece different from the other? Each refusing to talk to the other. The sorrows and delights of one would not permeate to others. The sorrows of one can not be compensated by the joys of the other. That each important part of your life ultimately just becomes the same – another piece – ek aur katra…

How does it feel?

10 thoughts on “Katra Katra Milti Hai
Katra Katra Jeene Do

  1. जयाजी,
    लेख क्या लिखा, एक कतरा फिर टपका दिया । लेकिन इन्हीं कतरों से जिन्दगी के घङे को भरते जाते हैं , इससे भी क्या इनकार किया जा सकता है ।
    ऐसी बात नहीं कि लोग दुसरों के सुख-दुःख में भागीदार नहीं होना चाहते, कुछ मजबुरियाँ ही दीवारें जो बन जाती हैं ।

  2. Since I can not go around requesting all cyber-cafe owners to intall unicode fonts, if you want me to read your comments you would have to stick to traditional encodings🙂

  3. Jayaji:
    I can understand your helplessness. I too faced the same situation in cyber-cafes in Kolkata last week. In a cyber-café, which I frequently visit, I convinced cyber-café owner to install the Unicode fonts successfully (It required restarting of the systems too).
    But at another place, at the Sify-café owner could not do it. Reasoning their franchise ness, they had quite limited accessibility before installing a new .exe programs or fonts. I am in contact with the Sify personals to ensure their cafés’ Unicode compatibility.

    Moreover I shall prefer to comment in English rather than traditional Hinglish.

    Manishji:
    Presuming you surf the net from your office, my fellow Hindi bloggers shall be able to help you very soon.

  4. As an afterthought:

    Under the conditions described (with a few more assumptions probably, to make the ‘katras’ or frames watertight), the actions of the individual in each frame must be independent of his/her actions in the other. Thus what we have is a set of successive random frames.

    Well, a living example of Brownian motion or the random walk hypothesis (and with good mapping functions, the stock market index and so many other phenomena)… it would be very interesting to study such a life.

  5. In Lord of the Ring, Frodo’s character says:
    How do you pick up the threads of an old life? How do you go on, when in your heart you begin to understand there *is* no going back? There are some things time cannot mend. Some hurts that go too deep… that have taken hold.
    There is never going back to where you belonged before. We just have to keep moving ahead.

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