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On Aug 22, 2013, Manjulika said:
[Post: None, General for the Blog]
Dear Maj Khare,
Believe me every morning I first read your mail and the inspiring story that keeps me motivated throughout the day.
Thanks ever so much

Regards,
Manjulika Shrivastava
manjulika@ignou.ac.in

On Aug 22, 2013, Yogeshwar Dubey said:
[Post: Suresh Chandra-Once a dacoit, he now preaches non violence as Gandhi ji’s foot soldier]
Dear Pradeep Khare,
It takes lot of courage to be a dacoit in the Chambal region of Bundelkhand, but it takes much more courage and heart to convert to a Non-violent Gandhian Soldier. That’s what Sureshchandra ‘Sarvodaya’ did to himself. He is really a shining star and a role-model for other dacoits of Chambal region. Thanks Pradeep, as always, your resentation is a highly inspiring story.

Regards
Yogeshwar Dubey

 On Aug 22, 2013, Yogeshwar Dubey said:

[Post: Franz Gastler -an American by birth,but a true Indian at heart!]
Dear Pradeep Khare,
I have been taunting Americans to create my satirical blogs, but this time my heart is all out for Franz Gastler ! This American adopted Indian village life with dignity and promoted simple village girls to Internationl fame. Beautiful story Pradeep-ji, thanks for sharing !!!

Regards
Yogeshwar Dubey

On Aug 21, 2013, Yogeshwar Dubey said:
[Post: No age bar for doing something new!]
Maj. Pradeep Khare,
Your interview with Shri Mohanlal Parmar is very inspiring, especially to senior citizens. Thanks for sharing with us !!!

Regards
Yogeshwar Dubey

On Aug 21, 2013 Rajiv Bajaj said:
[Post: No age bar for doing something new!]
A very good and inspiring story, Pradeep ji. It truly highlights the fact that age is but just a state of mind. If one is willing to learn, age is no bar, and if one is determined, any kind of diversity can be overcome.

Regards
Rajiv Bajaj
rajiv63@gmail.com

On Aug 21, 2013, Surendra Mohan Shukla said:
[Post: There is no age bar for doing something new]
Inspirational account of a focused individual. Thanks Pradeepji.

Regards,
Surendra Mohan Shukla

On Aug 15, 2013, Yogeshwar Dubey said:
[Post: 64 years young Ram Chandra manages traffic in Bengaluru for free!]
Dear Pradeep Khare,
Unless you feel dignity in the job, you will never do it for free ! Ram Chandra BM must be filling pride in serving public at the most strategic point of traffic. Wonderful story dear Pradeep, today this country needs many more high spirited persons like him.

Regards,
Yogeshwar Dubey

On Aug 15, 2013, Surendra Mohan Shukla said:
[Post: 64 years young Ram Chandra manages traffic in Bengaluru for free!]
very inspiring. I wish I could emulate him.

Thanks and regards.
Surendra Mohan Shukla

On Aug 07, 2013, Surendra Mohan Shukla said:
[Post: Samina Khatoon,then poor and illiterate now handles crores!]
Little drops of water
Little grains of sand
Make the mighty ocean
and the pleasant land
The women have proved the truthfulness of the poem.
Congrats well done.

Thanks and regards.
Surendra Mohan Shukla

On Aug 03, 2013, Nani Manna said:
[Post: Samina Khatoon,then poor and illiterate now handles crores!]
Dear Pradeepjee,
Women of some remote villages in Odisha have become members of “Self Help” groups & formed cooperative societies among themselves. It helped them in bringing qualitative improvements in their physical, psychological & most importantly in their financial condition and saved them & their families from the clutches of loan sharks.

Regards.
Nani Manna

On 01 Sept Maj Gen Sunil Chandra commented about the post “A driver’s daughter ,now an Arjun award winner”

Very fascinating and inspiring. Consider forwarding to schools who could use it as motivational topic  you. It is a tonic  for impressionable minds. I will shortly fwd few

links of the schools to you.                   Maj Gen Sunil Chandra.

 On 03 Sept 2013 Yogeshwar Dubey commented on the post”A driver’s daughter ,now an Arjun award winner”

Dear Pradeep Khare,

Success story of Rajkumari Rathore is highly inspiring especially
for the young girls of M.P.

With her continuous superior performance in International sports
she really brought back great credit to our country.

Thanks Maj. Pradeep for sharing this valued interview with us.

On September 03, 2013    Dr.Rashmi Salil Kumar  commented on the post

“A driver’s daughter ,now an Arjun award winner”

These gem -of -stories of real–life heroes are like a wonderful ray of lightening in a sometimes disillusioning and cynical and tyrannical world .
Your excellent attempt to bring such Stories to light are truly commendable.
kudos , Major !

Prof. Prem Mohan Lakhotia  September 08, 2013 05:17 PM
Post:A life changing firm resolve
God helps those who help themselves. God helps them more who help others.Inspiring examples around ourselves and most of us remain lethargic and gaping.
Surendra Mohan Shukla   September 09, 2013 06:30 AM
Post:A life changing firm resolve
Its good she found Bherusing at the right time to support her transform life.Divine help is unmistakably visible.
Thanks and regards
Yogeshwar Dubey  September 11, 2013 10:30 PM
Post:A life changing firm resolve
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>> Dear Pradeep Khare,Lilabai Chauhan of Ratlam (M.P) has shown a way to change ones life
from negativity to positivity. But this certainly needs transformation from
within with firm faith in self and God.She and her husband Bherusingh Chauhan are living example for those
who are still living in a negative life.
Nani Manna  September 11, 2013 09:26 PM
Post:Going beyond the call of duty
Dear Pradeepjee, at a time when most people are negligent in discharging their regular duty they are paid for, Sahaslal must be praised for going beyond the call of duty even at the cost of risking his life & that of his family.Like always you also deserve praise for sharing the true life stories of these real heroes.Thanks & regards.
Yogeshwar Dubey  September 11, 2013 10:43 PM
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>> Dear Pradeep Khare
Post:Going beyond the call of duty,

Havaldar Sahaslal Saryam stretched himself beyond the call of duty,
without bothering for his life or his family. I think at that time he was
merely and religiously possessed by spirit to serve Humanity.

I must say, this should be the first religion of every citizen in this country.

Jagat Singh Bisht  September 12, 2013 04:53 PM
Post:Going beyond the call of duty
Truly inspiring!Thank you for sharing such inspiring stories on an ongoing basis.Love and laughter,Jagat
Surendra Mohan Shukla   September 12, 2013 05:37 PM
Post:He lost his sight,not his vision
Inspiring account congrats may god bless you Mr. Rao.
Regards
Dr.Rashmi Salil Kumar  September 13, 2013 08:33 AM
Post:He lost his sight,not his vision
maj. khare , I have seen and heard Mr Raju many times , and always felt deeply.
Lost Sight—but not vision……
This happened to my dyanamic mom—-in a ghastly accident —but she remains the most cheerful , helpful , kindest ‘mamta-mayi’ person in the world !….even talkng about this is so painful to me…
Proloy Kumar Bagchi  September 13, 2013 11:48 AM
Post:He lost his sight,not his vision
Thanks for sharing this story. He is now a well-know figure in the country
Anand Mishra  September 13, 2013 07:07 PM
i m extremely sorry sir, i didn`t have idea that u r from indian army . actually i love army officers, soldiers, and have lots of respect for them. they r the real heroes. a grand salute to u sir. thank u so much sir, and please admit my apologize.
ogeshwar Dubey  September 13, 2013 07:42 PM
Post:He lost his sight,not his vision
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>> Dear Pradeep Khare,By presenting this interview you have really
done great job, Pradeep-ji.This is amazing and highly inspiring…!!!
Dr.Rashmi Salil Kumar  September 15, 2013 05:35 PM
Post:A dream comes true
These unbelievable stories of grit , a golden heart and sheer strife make us believe in humanity once more. In a country where everything seems so bleak at the moment , your real–life–stories warm the heart and in some way , make the readers more aware and empathetic.
Kudos , once again !Dr Rashmi
Yogeshwar Dubey  September 16, 2013 09:22 AM
Post:A dream comes true
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>> Dear Pradeep Khare,Achievement of Subhasini Mistry at a declining age is really
marvelous. I wish her ‘Humanity Trust’ flourish day and night.
She really has a large heart for humanity.I find this inspiring presentation along with live picture very
adorable for us all. Thanks Pradeep-ji, keep up the noble job.
Surendra Mohan Shukla   September 16, 2013 11:51 AM
Post:A dream comes true
Looks like a film story but shows how hard work and devotion can do. Work wonders congratulations.
Thanks for narrating this wonderful true event.
Surendra Mohan Shukla   September 21, 2013 05:35 AM

 Post:Oseola Mc Corty -From washing dirty clothes to getting an Honorary Doctorate

Inspiring account.
Thanks Pradeepji
Dr. Subodh Kesharwani
Oct 4 (5 days ago)

to me
 Dr Subodh Kesarwani on the post”A tailor’s son becomes an IAS officer”
Mean it sir,

You are doing a great job to a society.


Thanking and looking forward to hear.

Your’s Sincerely

Dr Subodh Kesharwani, 8010224545

 

==School of Management Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India

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