​Is only India going Cashless, not the Villages? 

The Union governments mission to make a Cashless India has started to show it’s effects. Indians are now going cashless. 

But here I’m not talking about the unreal Indians, but about the real Indians, that is, the villagers . The true Cash-Less villagers have now started to go Cashless. Seeing them go Cashless is like seeing an 8000 years old cycle turning. 

There was a time when our societies in Mesopotamia and Indus Valley used to be Cashless. Things were good then ,but only till the time that coins came into existence.

The patriotic Indian villagers have now begun to bring and follow that old tradition back but with a modern twist . They have begun to go Cashless but not by following Internet banking but by beginning to use Barter System again . Yes, they have. A huge majority of villagers have gone Cashless; and instead of using cash to buy things, they have started using food grains as an alternative for cash and the other Cashless methods.

According to them, it’s a safer and a more convenient method than your Internet banking systems. All they have to do, is give the shopkeepers 1 kg rice and buy things worth Rs. 15. There are other alternatives of rice as well, you can use Aata, Daal, Beans, etc. as a safe alternative for online payment. 

A more modern outlook of Barter is also seen. When the electricity goes out, the villagers with inverters, are allowing poor shopkeepers to charge their  mobile at their home and in exchange they buy things for free from their shop. There are many other modern and safe alternative also getting developed. 

I don’t know who’s fault it is. Either the government is unable to explain villagers the true meaning of Cashless or the villagers don’t want to understand it.

 Or is it that the villagers  don’t like standing in bank lines maybe because 50% Indians don’t have a bank account.

 Or  is that the government is in too haste to convert their AIM of demonetization – from making India corruption free to make India cash free. 

Whatever it is, but village people are going cashless in a wrong way. The government’s intentions are good but their  perception about true India is incorrect. They still are unprepared like they were in case of demonetization. 

Before running towards Cashless they should have first assured that every eligible Indian has a bank account and above all, the basic necessity of the Internet Banking, that is, the Internet, is available at a good speed, to all and everywhere. 

If all these things will not be assured, and only the urban population would be taken into consideration, then the government instead of pushing India forward, will throw it back to the 8000 years old age. The government should soon contravene and work with a Financial plan instead of a political one. 

(Note – use of Barter System is not a fictional thing, it has now started to be used in Villages again ) 


Money can buy a Happiness??….. Asking or Answering??

Have u ever heard of this …money can buy a happiness.. or u could say that can money  buy a happiness with a question mark ??

There are most and most people arguing about this shit topic which is what i think is unreasonable to question on it..

Here i m to quote a better answer or i wud say a better full stop to think about..!!

The most simpler of the the simplest thing to say about this is that.. if money cannot buy happiness then why the hell is everyone chasing  to earn more and more money . Will that more and more money give u a bunch of sadness ..then also a question to urself–Why r u chasing for it..do any one of u wud ever like to earn sadness….      Obviously not buddy !!

The one and the only one point that lies here is that .. everyone is just running to have more and more money  just to buy a lot of happines..   Because here the very expensive or u can say very very expensive -clothes , eatables  , gadgets, cars , etc. ,etc. nd etc. gives a happiness to everyone not any sadness…otherwise why wud he be having it .. almost u wud better agree to wat i said….   because buddy u wud like that –

Its better to cry in a Lambhorgini than to smile poor

May be yeah ..think it for a while that money cannot buy happiness .. then who has the guts to keep smiling without his clothes even .. yeah money cud buy clothes as well

You must be thinking that these are the basic needs to live and be happy ..but look at it those basic needs too need money….isn’t it ?

coz yeah without those most basic needs u will not be even able to be  pronounced a guy in today scenerio…...nd ofcourse they need money….

At today.. all the rush which is happening  is just for money ..everyone just need to earn money…some for survival ,some for happines but listen to it .. no one for sadness..

So what u think nd wat u contradict is wat u sud just say and understand is that yeah ofcourse Money is the only thing that can give a happiness against everything that can oppose it….

There is one more exception against of wat i quoted above is that wat shit the people say that Money cannot buy Love …dont u think its the silliest fact u wud have ever heard… a simple answer for this shit from me my dears–

Money is the only medium  that cud buy anything and love is not anyone of that thing that cud be sold..

U simply wud have understood wat i said if u have tried to try n understand

So overall wat is it is either correct the notion or here i m to give the argument on it.

There is lot more to say bout it …………………

So ill be back later with a new view which u cud just try to think….


Is it really love or.. ?

So have you got your true love or are still in the process of search? 

Relationships are in trend these days, it’s hard to find a person who’s single or is happy being one. Not just adults but kids too are following this trend being inspired by their surroundings. So, why is it? Why all the people are getting into relationships? Is it for love? Are they seriously falling in love or are falling out of it? Well by looking at couples nowadays one feels that love is nowhere to be found. They actually try to pretend their togetherness but in real they can’t stand one another.

People these days are just getting into relationships because they are scared, not of anybody but of their own self. They don’t like being alone and that’s when they end up with people who make them feel worse than being just alone. People don’t take pleasure in solitude, which doesn’t mean ending up all by themselves, it only means discovering your own self, your own hidden capabilities. But no we are more concern about others, we focus more on their lifestyles than improving ours.

Getting into relationships is like a competition, it’s like ‘if my friend is with someone why can’t I?’ And that’s when Cupid feels like killing himself because in such a helpless situation he only finds peace in death. With this ‘why can’t I?’ attitude people even get ready to settle with something less than what they actually deserve. Those who once believed in fairytale romance end up with something as temporary as this. And then they break up which is also known as the period of transition or the period of knowing your worth, learning from your past mistakes for a better future. But no. It starts with being alone, by shedding tons of tears, listening to sad songs, trying to commit suicide but people still feel unsatisfied so they do something more dangerous they again get into a relationship with someone. Now that’s brave! And this process goes on.

People are happy by making their lives miserable with such a temporary attachment. Brave are those who are happy and single in this cruel world where people are ready to settle with anyone just to say they’ve something. Brave are those who are aware of the fact that true love is not about having a gf or bf but it’s about being grateful about everything in life. It’s about loving your parents and friend, because no love is greater than theirs. It’s about being with someone who uplifts you, who makes you become a better person and most importantly it’s about YOU

“Settle if you must, but don’t ever compromise with your self-respect.”

Posted in Brain Food by Meenu Lokwani.