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etnwjh] etcwjh vkSj ykpkjh
Þmuds rsoj ds vkxs eSa ekewyh lk v/;kid pqi gks x;k loky vc Hkh eu es dkSa/k jgs Fks ysfdu ukSdjh tkus dk Mj T;knk cMk gksrk gS!ß &ftrsanz jktkjke
Þ,d vkyk vf/kdkjh ls ckrphr ds nkSjku ¼;s vf/kdkjh ujflEgka ljdkj esa iz/kkueU=h dk;Zky; esa inLFk Fks vkSj vHkh ,d izca/ku laLFkku esa funs”kd gSa½ ;s irk pyk fd Hkkjr esa lHkh ukxfjdksa ds fy;s jkstxkj gS gh ughaA
esjk loky Fkk fd D;k ge lHkh oxZ ds deZpkfj;ksa] etnwjksa] fdlkuksa ,oa QqVdj dkexkjksa ds fy;s isa”ku Iyku miyC/k djk ldrs gSa\ tokc vk;k Þloky gh ugha mBrk!ß
eSusa iwNk ÞD;ksaß
mUgksaus dgk Þigys jkstxkj rks gksa! isa”ku rks nwj dh ckr gSAß
Þrks fQj jkstxkj D;ksa ugha gS\ß
tokc crkus ls igys vkidks crk nwa fd ;s vf/kdkkjh nks o’kZ igys bankSj vk;s Fks ,d dkyst i;Zos{k.k ds flyflys esaA eSa mlh dkyst dk v/;kid Fkk vkSj lkgc dks mTtSu ysdj egkdky ds n”kZu djkus dh ftEesnkjh esjh FkhA
dkj esa muls ppkZ gksrh jgh vkSj esjs gj loky ds tokc eq>s dqN Hkxoku Hkjksls ls gh fey jgs FksA tSls fd ;s tokc Þns”k esa lalk/kuksa] m|ferk vkSj dkS”ky dh fodV deh gS! Mij ls /kkfeZd va/kRo] va/kfo”okl vkSj nfd;kuwlh lekftd fopkjksa us vkx esa ?kh dk dke fd;k gSA ljdkjh ra= cl f[kfl;k ds jg tkrk gSAß ;s tokc ns”k ds cgqr gh egRoiw.kZ O;fDr dk FkkA
Þrks fQj 60 lkyksa ckn Hkh---ß
eSa iwjk cksy Hkh ugha ik;k Fkk fd oks /ked iMs Þ;s rqe yksx 60 lkyksa dk tki D;ksa yxkrs jgrs gks\ naxs djrs oDr ;s [;ky dgka ej tkrs gSa\ iksfy;ks dh nok fiykuh gks rks mlesa vejhdk dk ‘k.k;a= le> vkrk gS! ysfdu Ldwy Hkstus dh ckr djks rks jksth jksVh dh nqgkbZ nsus yxrs gks! lc dqN ljdkj djsxh D;k\ß
muds rsoj ds vkxs eSa ekewyh lk v/;kid pqi gks x;k loky vc Hkh eu es dkSa/k jgs Fks ysfdu ukSdjh tkus dk Mj T;knk cMk gksrk gS! xkMh dk Mªkboj fj;j fejj ls eq>s ns[k jgk FkkA mlus gksBksa ds uhps galh nck j[kh Fkh ekuksa esjh cspkjxh dk etkd mMkuk pkgrk gksA eSus “keZ ls vka[ksa >qdk yh esjs ikl [kksus dks cgqr dqN Fkk! ukSdjh] fdjnkj] #rck] gSfl;r] iSlk vkSj tkus D;k&D;kA ;gh vkHkkl esjh vka[kksa esa mrj vk;k] Nydh lh iydksa us vka[kksa dks f[kMdh ds ckgj >ksad fn;kA lkjs [ksr vc cMh bekjrsa mxkus dks rS;kj FksA 6 ysu dh lMd esa xkMh gok ls rst py jgh Fkh] dqN loky vc Hkh eu dks dkSa/k jgs FksA
lkjxZfHkr vankt esa eSus #a/kh vokt esa dgk Þlj---! eSa bl Vkfid is ih,pMh djuk pkgrk gwaß
ÞekQ djuk eSa rqe ij xqLlk ugha Fkkß mudh vokt ljy gks pqfd Fkh Þnjvly ea=ky;ksa es ;gh ppkZ gksrh jgrh gS fd jkstxkj c
vf/kdkjh th lc vklkuh ls le>k fn;k--- fQj oks #ddj >Yykrs gq;s dqN jk;uqek vnat esa cksys Þrqe bl VkbVy ij ftanxh Hkj lj [kikrs jguk ysfdu ih,pMh fdlh vklku Vkfid ij dj yksAß
egkdkys”oj vk pqdk Fkk xkMh /khes /khes ikfdZax dh rjQ tk jgh Fkh tSls gh vf/kdkjh us njoktk [kksyk] Mkªboj dks Nhad vk xbZ!
vf/kdkjh dzksf/kr gksdj Þgfj vkseß dk tki djus yxs vkSj dkj dk njoktk okil can dj fn;kA
eSa ;s n`”; ;d ns[krk jgk---- vkSj lksprk jgk--- oks lc dqN lkjs “kCn esjh vka[kksa esa /kwerk jgs---vfHk’kki] v”kqHk] va/kfo”okl] le>kSrk] ukSdjh] etnwjh] etcwjh vkSj ykpkjh-----

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