By Harimohan Paruvu
Strong lifestyles classes from Cricket to Excel in Our Lives
Learning from the sport of cricket prepares us, in methods no collage can, for the larger online game of life.
Cricket is a video game of administration, teamwork, procedure and management. while those are utilized correct, one wins; else, one loses.But regardless of the consequence – soreness or pleasure – one learns from each match!
In 50 now not Out! writer Harimohan Paruvu captures fifty key classes from cricket which are crucial for all-round progress and solid dwelling. Honesty, braveness, resilience, dedication, self-discipline – those are only many of the features illustrated throughout the online game. The publication additionally explains rules in the back of such time-honored words as ‘play with a directly bat’, ‘catches win matches’ or ‘team comes first’ and the way those support us adapt to each scenario in life.
From scholars to CEOs, directors to sportsmen, humans from all walks of lifestyles will locate suggestion in 50 now not Out! to be the superior they could be.
HARIMOHAN PARUVU is an finished cricketer who has performed for Hyderabad within the 1985-87 Ranji Trophy suits. A civil engineer and MBA, he labored within the company region for a decade ahead of giving it as much as write full-time. he's the writer of India’s first cricket novel the lads inside: A Cricketing story and the romance for those who love somebody. Harimohan additionally blogs, teaches, leads workshops and coaches executives.
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Sheltered under a terrace, people could watch the pouring of the monsoon rain, could feel the heat of the earth erupting into an eros of wetness while the sounds of Megh Malhar crescendoed to the lightning and thunder. 48 The arts and intellect are governed by the goddess Sarasvati—she who has the beautiful ras. Ras can mean essence, juice, mood, emotion. Each art form had as its ideal the embodiment and unfolding of a certain ras. It was the occupation of the queens and the bais to create, enact, perform and manage these cultures.
One was another twin-goddess temple to Tara-Tarini, whose main iconography was an image of two women embracing. This image was now gone, replaced by a heterosexual couple. The second site, Tapta Pani (Steaming Waters), was known for its hot sulphur springs and an old Devi temple. Men were bathing in the steaming springs, and these were channelled into a little cell where women were allowed to bathe. In short, the women were given ‘used’ waters. I promptly went to the springs, took my clothes off and had my hot bath.
The thin drizzle changes to thick drops, which cascade down while the clouds thunder in orchestration. It is so dark that the factories are not visible. Panic clouds my navigation skills. I am lost. I walk almost an hour through the rain before I recognize a landmark: the metal road close to the highway, a detour of many kilometres. And I still have a fourkilometre walk to the jeep. I enter a factory and ask them if 45 there is a car, bus or three-wheeler that can take me there. They look at me in perfect shock, as if to ask what I am doing here.