| Peace comes,
not through the barrel of a gun,
not through the use of power,
not by an act of governance,
but, being a matter of the heart,
a matter of the mind,
it comes and stays
where life is easy,
where thoughts are freely expressed,
where nothing hangs like a cloud,
where weapons are not used to set quarrels,
where there is love for all
and hope and joys too.
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abnish singh chauhan
Presently Assistant Professor & Additional Coordinator, Dept. of Humanities, U.P.-Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad (U.P.), India, Abnish Singh Chauhan has been teaching English and Communication Skills to both Under-graduate and Post-graduate students for the last ten years. Prior to joining TMU, he was with the Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, C.E.T.-IFTM University, Moradabad. His areas of academic and research interest include British Literature, Indian English Literature, Contemporary Hindi Poetry and Communication Skills. Being an avid student of literature and language, he has been writing critiques and editing a reputed Hindi magazine Naye-Purane, web magazines Poorvabhas (www.poorvabhas.in) and Khabar India (www.khabarindiya.com ) and a research journal (www.ijher.com ). Apart from writing books entitled Swami Vivekananda: Select Speeches, William Shakespeare: King Lear (A Critical Study), Speeches of Swami Vivekananda and Subhash Chandra Bose: A Comparative Study, Functional Skills in English Language and Literature, Functional English and Tukada Kagaz Ka (An Anthology of Hindi Lyrics) he has contributed research papers, book reviews, articles and interviews to prestigious journals, magazines, newspapers and web magazines of Hindi and English languages. His biographical profile is included in Who’s Who in the World, edition-2013. He was conferred with– B.S.S. Sahitya Sadhak Samman (2009) from A.B.S.K.M., Moradabad, U.P., Hindi Sahitya Marmajna Samman (2010) from Akshara, Moradabad, U.P., Pratham Purush Samman (2010) from Uttarayan Sansthan, Lucknow, U.P., Pratham Kavita Kosh Samman (2011) from www.kavitakosh.org (The then Ed. & Prof. Anil Janvijay, Moscow, Russia), and Book of the Year Award – 2011 (2012) from the Think Club (www.thethinkclub.com ), Michigan, United States of America for his contribution to Hindi and English literatures and languages.
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