An Anthropologist proposed one game to the African tribal children. He placed a basket of sweets and Candy’s near a tree. And made them stand 100 metres away. And announced that who ever reaches first would get all the sweets in the basket.
When he said ready steady go… Do you know what these small children did? They all held each other’s hands and ran towards the tree together, divided the sweets among them and ate the sweets and enjoyed it.
When the Anthropologist asked them why you did so? They said ‘Ubuntu‘. Which meant – ‘How can one be happy when all the others are sad?’
Ubuntu in their language means – ‘I am because, we are!’ A msg for all generations. Let all of us always carry this attitude within us and spread happiness, wherever we go… Let’s hve a Ubuntu Life .. *I am because we are..!!*
Rahul Dravid, the Wall, the Dedication of an Achiever!
“Rahul Dravid never attended classes regularly. He was always seen practicing in the nets. One day he came to class and started writing notes with his gloves on. We were feeling uncomfortable seeing him writing with the gloves.
I don’t know how he might have felt. Everyone was laughing, talking, whispering, Rahul Dravid continued writing for that full hour. After one hour was over, I and Rahul Dravid had a common friend, Adarsh, so he came up to Adarsh and said, ‘Adarsh, Can I borrow your accounts notes because exams are nearing and I haven’t written many notes. So can I borrow it and xerox it and give it to you back’. Adarsh replied ”Rahul ,I’ll give you the notes but could you tell me why were you wearing gloves on?
You came to class wearing gloves and you continued wearing it, you were wearing the gloves even when the teacher was dictating notes, Is it to impress Anupama?(Anupama was the most beautiful girl in their class!).
Rahul Dravid said ”No…no ,she is already impressed, I don’t have to impress her.” ”Then why did you wear the gloves through all this time?” I asked Rahul Dravid said to me something that day which is very interesting. He replied ”You know something Adarsh ,the last two Ranji matches which I played, I had the old gloves and the old gloves were very loose.
So because the gloves were loose, when the bowler bowled , the ball just went past my gloves and it created the snick sound. The wicket keeper caught it, he appealed and both the times even though I didn’t touch the ball, I was given caught behind. I thought to myself ‘ no this can’t continue’ and so ,I bought these gloves and I want to get
accustomed to wearing these new gloves.
I want my hands to sweat into these new gloves. So for the next 48 hours, I will wear these gloves continuously because the next Ranji match which is a semifinal, is in two days. I want my hands to sweat in and get adjusted to the gloves. I am not going to remove the gloves even when I am sleeping, even when I am eating, even when I am coming to class because I want to do well in the next match and I want my hands to be comfortable in those gloves”.
The very next match, that was their semifinals against Saurashtra and he scored a century.
In the finals, Karnataka played against Delhi that year, he scored another century and based on those two performances he got selected for the Indian cricket team which went to England, and surprisingly in the first test match in England, he scored 90 odd runs(England vs India, 2nd Test ) when Sourav Ganguly scored century and the rest as they say is history.
SS Rajamouli-Prabhas’ “Baahubali 2” (Bahubali) has reportedly fetched a record price for the sale of its theatrical rights in Tamil Nadu. The distribution rights have been acquired by a leading distribution house. “Baahubali — The Conclusion” is the second instalment in the “Baahubali” film series.
The Tamil Nadu distribution rights of “Baahubali — The Beginning,” the first instalment in the series, were acquired by Sri Thenendal Films for a reported sum of Rs. 13 crore with non-recoverable minimum guarantee, and 50 percent sharing for both.
“Baahubali — The Beginning” collected Rs. 75.50 crore gross at the Tamil Nadu box office in its life time and earned Rs. 35.50 crore for its distributors, according to Andhra Box Office. The huge success of the film has created massive demand for the theatrical rights of “Baahubali 2.” Several leading distribution houses were in the race to buy the distribution rights.
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