न जाने क्यों।।

जब भी वो खुली आंखों से सपने देखना चाहती है,
न जाने क्यों
उसकी उम्मीदें अंधेरी जंजीरों में जकड दी जाती है।

जब भी वो आसमान में उड़ना चाहती है,
ना जाने क्यों
उसके पैरों में हर तलक बेड़ियां ही पाई जाती है।

जब भी वो एक कदम आगे बढ़ना चाहती है,
न जाने क्यों
वो दस कदम पीछे खींच ली जाती है।

जब भी वो सच्चाई सबको दिखाना चाहती है,
ना जाने क्यों
वो उन झूट की दीवारों के पीछे छिपा दी जाती है।

वो दुनियां के तौर तरीके नहीं समझती,
बस इतना ही बतलाना चाहती है
पर ना जाने क्यों
हर दफा उसके मुंह पे
समाज के नाम की पट्टी बांध दी जाती है।

जब भी वो खुली आंखों से सपने देखना चाहती है,
न जाने क्यों
उसकी उम्मीदें अंधेरी जंजीरों में जकड दी जाती है।

जब भी वो आसमान में उड़ना चाहती है,
ना जाने क्यों
उसके पैरों में हर तलक बेड़ियां ही पाई जाती है।

जब भी वो एक कदम आगे बढ़ना चाहती है,
न जाने क्यों
वो दस कदम पीछे खींच ली जाती है।

जब भी वो सच्चाई सबको दिखाना चाहती है,
ना जाने क्यों
वो उन झूट की दीवारों के पीछे छिपा दी जाती है।

वो दुनियां के तौर तरीके नहीं समझती,
बस इतना ही बतलाना चाहती है
पर ना जाने क्यों
हर दफा उसके मुंह पे
समाज के नाम की पट्टी बांध दी जाती है।

_निकिता लाहोटी

Light In Darkness

There is light even in the darkness but it shines only when you have hope.


An answer to my own question…. always heard, read and observed that there is light even in the darkness but always wondered how, how stars shine in the dark sky..what is that, which energise them….but today seeing my own stars shining in the dark through my hope…I get all my answers…

In sky you look down there’s darkness,
you start looking up you see stars twinkling.

Nikita Lahoti

✅I agree

The initial purpose of social media was to spread awareness but with time the focus has been shifted to other expanse. On an average, a teenager spends approximately 9 hours on social media and entertainment applications. About 448 million are active social media users. YouTube and Facebook accounted for the largest penetration, at nearly 89 percent and 76 percent respectively as of the January 2021. By looking at the figures, one can clearly make out how much a person establishes his opinion based on the content he spends time on. Social media algorithms are a way of sorting posts in a users’ feed based on relevancy. Social networks prioritize which content a user sees in their feed first by the likelihood that they’ll actually want to see it. These algorithms are neutral to posts of our liking and display them accordingly on our feed.
How often do we get irritated with our parents for sharing those WhatsApp forwards that somehow makes little to no sense to us. On contrary, the youth spreads misinformation and agendas without getting into the core details for which you can be held accountable under different laws. What appears on these platforms may not be always true, so before you engage your thoughts and time in spreading information across, try to evaluate the truth. Targeted audience, so as to literally speak.
Remember how you searched for a dress and boom! It appeared on your Instagram account. Ever wondered how?
Apart from these, there can be other implications as well, for example, inadequacy about your life or appearance, Fear of missing out (FOMO), Isolation, Depression and anxiety, Validation seeking, Cyberbullying, Self-absorption etc.
It’s not what it looks like rather the fabric of social media is way more complicated than we know. The privacy policy alert which made us believe that Instagram, Facebook and Twitter will not be functioning if the said Terms and Conditions weren’t agreed upon or how easily we tap on ‘I agree’ without even reading what the privacy policy says. Ever wondered how dark web functions?

  • You make a decision with every tap on your screen. 
दादी माँ



जिसके होने से रोशन हो परिवार,

जिसकी डाँट मे हो प्यार,

जिसके होने से पूरा हो परिवार ,

जिसके कदमो मे हो जन्नत का अहसास,

जो माँ नही माँ जैसी हो ,

वो हो आप….. दादी माँ ।

बचपन का संसार ,

माँ -पापा से ज्यादा प्यार,

एक खूबसूरत अहसास,

अनोखा रिश्ता हो जिसके साथ ,

वो है आपके साथ ….. दादी माँ।

जिसके यादों में हो मिठास आज भी ,

जिसकी सुनाई कहानी हो याद आज भी ,

एक खूबसूरत अहसास याद आज भी ,

मेरी प्यारी दादी…. आप याद हो आज भी।


नागरिक हूँ

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ, जहाँ हिन्दू मुस्लिम सिक्ख ईसाई को भाई – भाई माना जाता हैं

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज और राजा अशोक जैसा राजा था

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ कोश – कोश पर रुप पहनावा व भाषा बदल जाता है

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ अतिथियों को देवता माना जाता है

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ राम कृष्ण हनुमान जैसे देवताओं ने जनम लिया था

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ गाधीं सुभाषचंद्र बोष भगत सिंह आजाद जैसे देश भक्त ने जनम लिया था

मैं उस देश की नागरिक हूँ जहाँ नरेंद्र मोदी जैसा राष्ट्र नेता है

.. काजल मिश्रा… 

If I will get a chance to meet our Prime Minister

If I will get a chance to meet our  prime minister, then I will suggest him to launch several schemes , First one is to save our nature, that is if it is compulsory to plant atleast three plants in a year by every citizen then our country will become better place to live, second one is that I will ask him not only to focus on development but should focus on sustainable development in all three aspects social, economical and environmental. 

Thirdly I will ask him how to get equality, yes it’s there in our Constitution that we should not decriminate anyone on the basis of its caste, colour, religion, creed, gender. But in reality all these decriminations use to be done by people in our society, so what are the policies to make India Discrimation free, I will ask him how to develop a mind which is corruption free, positive, nature lover, patriotist, and a good citizen. 



Art is something that stimulate thoughts, emotions or ideas through senses. We have different artforms with a wide range of classifications. Painting is one among them which roots in prehistoric times.

The wall painting tradition of India date back to Stone Age. The Bhimbetka caves of Madhya Pradesh houses the oldest among the found. They painted pieces of their life; hunting, social gathering etc. Paintings were in abstract forms with line sketches of humans. We have many other rock cave paintings spread across the Indian subcontinent.

A watershed in the wall painting tradition of India is the Ajanta painting. With Budhist themes predominantly, Ajanta set a landmark with its sinuous curves, compassionate expressions, drooping eyes and colour combinations. Mara Vijaya, Avalokiteshvara and dying princess are worth mentioning among them. Ajanta continues to influence the Indian way of painting even today.

The art of wall painting was not confined to the North. The rich traditions of Nayaka murals and Kerala murals are some of the best of its kind. The Kerala murals, in its bright natural colours, took its themes from epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata mainly. Vadakkumnathan temple and Krishnapuram palace houses the best of Kerala murals.

Other wall painting traditions of India are the tribal wall paintings like the Khond paintings and Patachitra paintings. They mainly fall into the central and eastern parts of the country. They are associated with tribal customs and worship. Many of them are painted to the walls of their dwellings.

Wall paintings are a great source of history. As Andrew Loomis said, “Drawing is vision in paper”. Archeologists and historians regard them as the mirrors towards social life of that time.

For My Country

Ohk fine, I know it sound imaginery but what if I get a chance to meet “The Prime Minster Of India”. If i get a chance to tell him the zero level issue of our country, well we all know that he is already aware of everything but the things which we experience in our daily lives could be much better narrated by us only. Here are the few things which I have listed to tell to him, if I get a chance to meet:—
Empowering Youth:— India’s youth has huge potential and they have high hopes too, for themselves and for their nation. But they can see the promise being frittered away. Make the huge young population of this country regain pride in their nation. It is something they seem to have lost. Let them regain the confidence in themselves and their nation.
Some Strict Action:—The common man is quite sick of how the powerful misuse their position. It should be your priority to make these ‘law-unto-themselves’ fear, and respect laws of land. Make sure they don’t grab all that is scarce. Let the word get out that the common man has first right over resources that are scarce.Those who are caught doing wrong need to be given exemplary treatment. Just one firm act on this count and all would fall into line.
Health:—it is an area that the government seems to have almost abdicated its responsibility. And in this, there should be a marked push towards preventive healthcare. We are good at creating AIIMS like institutions, but have done precious little for preventing those who have to use the overcrowded facilities run by the government. The rich have already found their solutions. Mosquito repellent devices keeps them safe from malaria and RO plants ensure they are safe from cholera and diarrhoea. But the poor? Preventive healthcare would ensure hygiene and clean drinking water. Surely, a nation that aspires to be a superpower cannot not have this as a priority.
Corruption:—Corruption in India is an issue which affects the economy of central, state and local government agencies in many ways. Corruption is blamed for stunting the economy of India.The largest contributors to corruption are entitlement programs and social spending schemes enacted by the Indian government. Examples include the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act and the National Rural Health Mission.The causes of corruption in India include excessive regulations, complicated tax and licensing systems. So, there should be any strict action that should be taken by government to control it.
Child Abuse:—Child abuse may include any act or failure to act by a parent or a caregiver that results in actual or potential harm to a child and can occur in a child’s home, or in the organizations, schools, or communities. Violence against children includes all forms of violence against people under 18 years old, whether perpetrated by parents or other strangers. Child abuse can result in physical effects and psychological effects. Child abuse can cause a range of emotional effects. Abused children can grow up experiencing insecurities, low self-esteem, and lack of development. So, if we can control child absue by support-group structure is needed to parenting skills and closely monitor the child’s well-being.
Well, these are few points which I have mentioned. There are many more issues for discussion and to solve in our country like roads, urban area development and many more but as we all know every topic can’t be covered in one discussion.

“मोदी जी इंसाफ़ दिलाओ ना!”

मोदी जी! लड़कियों की सुरक्षा पे क्यों आता है सवाल?

चाहे घर हो या बाहर, वो कहीं सुरक्षित नहीं हैं, हो रहा है बुरा हाल।

क्यों उनके कपड़ों पर सवाल उठाये जाते हैं?

जबकि दुष्कर्म तो उनके साथ बुर्खे में भी किये जाते हैं।

मोदी जी! इन हिवानों ने किसी को भी नहीं बख़्शा,

चाहे छोटी बच्ची हो या हो एक औरत, खतरे में है सबकी सुरक्षा।

इन दुष्कर्मों के चलते ना जाने कितनी बेटियों ने अपनी जान गवाई है,

मोदी जी! कुछ पैसों से तो सिर्फ घर चलता है, क्या आज तक उन पैसों से किसी की बेटी वापस आई है?

लोग इकट्ठे होकर, मोम्बत्तियाँ जलाकर सुकून से सो जाते हैं,

बस उस बेटी के माँ-बाप ही उसकी याद में रोते रह जाते हैं।

मोदी जी! क्यों आरोपियों को कोर्ट में ढील दी जाती है?

क्यों उनके साथ इतनी नरमी बरती जाती है?

उन बेटियों के घरवाले आपसे गुहार लगा रहे हैं, थोड़ी तो सख़्ती दिखाओ ना!

मुआवज़े से काम नहीं चलेगा, अपने कानून सख़्त बनाओ ना!

बिना कोई ढील दिये आरोपियों को सीधा सूली चढ़ाओ ना!

मोदी जी! उन सभी बेटियों को इंसाफ़ दिलाओ ना!

-निशा जाटव 💙


A change that needs to happen.
We all know being Prime Minister is not a piece of cake. They have to keep in mind all the aspects and have to think 1000 times before taking any decision.But we being the youth of Today feel neglected when it comes to caste quotas,We are treated unequal in case of giving exams,paying fees, getting jobs and many more.. We have to pay hefty amount of money for getting admissions in Universities , We have to cross many hurdles for getting jobs and making our life.
We are facing Discrimination.How can we say that we are living in a Democratic country when We are facing discrimination??
I just want to sum up by saying that this system kills the talented minds,kills people’s self esteem,and leads to brain drain.
We need to Protect Young talent in order to be called The Developed Nation