Book: Dil Ka Talab
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Most welcome, Author. We heartily congratulate you for being a published author. It’s really a great achievement. First thing, we would like to know about your basic info as a person, daily life, career so far and anything you would like to share about you with your readers.
Binod Murmu: I am Binod Murmu from Dumka Jharkhand. My village name is Agoya which is surrounded with beautiful nature so to say with mountains, tress and small brooks. I am B. A English literature student, studying in SFS college seminary hills Nagpur and I have done philosophical study in St. Charles seminary hills Nagpur Maharashtra. As philosopher they themselves question and answer I also followed their teaching. Quite often I thought about many things to do but there was no source and means available to me.
So my permanent thought which occurred in my mind was writing and I still practice them. There are two friends of mine whom I keep them with me always. These are my pen and a piece of paper which I enjoy writing poem, songs and story when I am bored in doing my class study. I try to pen down my thoughts and ideas in the form of poetry. I am full time learner and motivated with so many sources available to me such as my spiritual activities friends, news, society, nation, and day today activities. "Dil ka Talab" is the witness my handwork which cherish throughout my life.
That’s really great; please tell us something about your journey of becoming an author. When you actually started writing and how was the circumstance? Did any person or situation influenced you to write your debut book or was it your childhood hobby of writing?
Binod Murmu: Actually I started my writing in SFS college itself but the desire of writing in my mind was hovering over for last many past years. There was competition held in college and by chance by the request of my friends I participated, and I could see the result was before me. That was the day beginning of my writing, exact date vague but the activities are still fresh in my mind. That was the first time when I could write Hindi poetry in my life. Earlier I used to write poetry in regional language Santhali which was often published in Santhali magazine "MARSAL TABON". There are many persons who inspired me motivated me to write, such as Fr. Abes Kisku my high school headmaster, Mahendra Besra the professor of pakur college, Chandramohan kisku one of my facebook friend, Vincent Hansdak my class friend etc.
Please tell the reader something about your book. What is your message to those readers who have still not read the book. Why they should pick it up for reading?
Binod Murmu: " Dil ka talab" is really " Dil ka talab". Dil means heart, heart signifies love, love is universal. Universal in all areas of life. Love for God , Love for creature, love for society, love for nature, love for humanity and country. I would like to summarize the content of the book in few lines as follows:
"Bhagwan ke prati Dharam
Manaw ka apna karam
Samaj aur paryavaran
Aaj avi adhunikikaran"
These book contains all together hundred poems which contains almost all the subject possible. There were many issues which had taken place in those times, problems of the farmers with many natural calamities as a result many committed suicide. This book is not highly standard or high thinking book but I think this gives real reflection of the society. Many may ignore to believe me and my words but some of my writings are my eye witness, which I have jotted down, just to tell the world and people in the city to know about pathetic situation of countryside and its system. New revolution and many -many changes in the country and its effects on people and society, such as GST and monetization. Like these there are many things to read and to get something for oneself and to know the world outside so to say the situation of country side and villages where still people lacks many facilities of government and their share goes to someone else. I request the readers to this book in order to support me and encourage me to go ahead in my witting carrier.
And yes, the most important thing we would like to hear from you is what is your message to those new writers who have not yet started their journey of becoming an author? You have been their source of motivation, please convey your thoughts with them.
Binod Murmu: My message to all new writers those who take interest in writing book is that they should start writing and continue. Gradually it becomes very part of our activities nature and we will have enough time to do that. Make out line and work on it, estimate and fix the date for completion and work on it. Wait not for the next day because next day is always next. Do not ignore your time and space assigned to you otherwise you will be ignored by them. Have a positive boosts by prayer meditation where you have only time send some portion of life in silence. Read successful and unsuccessful story books, listen music, and do all the possible things benefiting for human kind that can be done by you.
Thank you tean for welcoming me in the conversation and this is my great privilege to have this kind of platform to stand upon. Once again whole heartedly, thank you one and all