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Kintsugi- golden repair”

टूट कर बिखरने से ज्यादा अच्छा है , जिंदगी को सुनहरे रुपहले तारों  से जोड़ लेना!!!!

In Japan broken objects are often repaired with gold. 

CONSIDER THIS WHEN YOU FEEL BROKEN

Kintsugi -golden repair”

In Japan, instead of tossing these pieces in the trash, some craftsmen practice the 500-year-old art of kintsugi, or “golden joinery,” which is a method of restoring a broken piece with a lacquer that is mixed with gold, silver, or platinum. … The gold-filled cracks of a once-broken item are a testament to its history.

 

जापान में, टूटे  टुकड़ों को  फेंकने के बजाय, कारीगर इसे सोने का पानी लगा कर जोङ देते हैं।  यह  500 वर्ष पुरानी कला  कीट्सुगी  या “गोल्डन जोङ” कहलाती है।  टूटे  टुकड़े को  सोने, चांदी , या प्लैटिनम  से जोङा जाता है  अौर यह  सोने से भरी हुई दरारों वाली वस्तु  ऐतिहास धरोहर बन जाती हैं।

 

 

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Author:

I am PhD. in Psychology, a PGDM in HR, hold a certificate in Child Guidance and Counsel ling and a writer, not necessarily in that order. My work experience includes teaching MBA students in Usha Martin and Amity Colleges in Patna and teaching Psychology in various college of Patna to B.A. and M.A. students and to law students in Swami Vivekanand law College in Lucknow. I've also taught primary school students in DPS, Dhanbad. I got married at the age of 19, in my first year of BA Psychology Hons. I finished my studies and developed my interest in women and children studies in India. My thesis is about the urban, educated Indian women. I have written Hindi articles for Hindustan, Dhanbad and the MA Psychology study course for Nalanda Open University in Patna. My interest in writing is something that happened subconsciously. But lately, after having written deep, psychological and spiritual articles and having produced books for Post Graduate Psychology students, I realized how much I love writing for children. I find it refreshing and heartening to write about their innocence, faith, fears and fearlessness. My two daughters have grown on a staple diet of magic and fairy tales and I must confess that I have enjoyed their childhood perhaps more than they did themselves. I wish to keep writing for these little people who are the bright future of our country, our civilization and our world.

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