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Love, Trust and Betrayal

A poetry on love, trust and betrayal

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Love , Trust, betrayal
Three words so apart yet so close to each other,
It’s weird how they are together most of the time
How we try to fill our sadness with love
And somehow our love turns into sadness,
The difference between her and people isn’t much
I trust a doctor with my life too,
The love I’m trying to find is maybe wandering into betrayal
The emptiness that can’t be filled
Fill us too much to handle any other emotion,
The pact of life in the threads of words
So vulnerable yet so important,
I’m trying to find happiness in togetherness
And somehow these 3 words always fall in the same bracket,
The freedom that contains my soul has lost itself
I’m just staying still in a running world,
“To trust is to be broken”
“To love is to be broken”
“To betray is to be broken”.

© Sahilsoni

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Poetry on how things can be learned from pain

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Everything, Everything that I’ve ever learned is from pain
I know it’s tiring for people to listen to me
I’m a radio of the ’70s in the era of music streaming platforms
Just a piece of junk that doesn’t belong in a brand-new world,
Everything about the world has changed in a decade
I started observing people at the age of 10
Somehow most of the people I saw had three faces
The thought of a tiny bit of imperfection makes people lose their sanity
There is just too much difference for a world without discrimination,
I lay in my bed to remember when it started
When was the time my pain started to carve itself in me
As I remember more people from suffering and songs
Nights went by in my half-asleep paralyzed state all along
I let myself loose in the train of thoughts
Somehow everything I have ever touched is now nothing but rot,
But it isn’t about sorrow, misery, agony or buries and sound
Everyone has a right to tomorrow without a crown
It is delicate to apologise for a nascent mistake
I’ve been told not everything is about give and take
The people who said this are now lost in time
They took most of my things and are just not around,
I hope one day I’ll understand the feelings of others
Why what people did to me shouldn’t happen to others,
Life is long and grief is longer
I’m a radio of the 70s and not much stronger
I remember everything, everything that was said
I remember everything but everything from pain instead.

© Sahil soni

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Places to visit in Jaipur

Don’t know where to go and what to do in Jaipur, here are some of the places and things to do in Jaipur.

Jaipur, A beautiful city in the western part of India, This city is located in the state of Rajasthan, Although Jaipur does not occupy a large desert area, the camel safari in Jaipur is one of the best ways in which you can explore the city.

Jaipur also known as the Pink City of India or the Paris of India was built in the early 18th century by Jai Singh II

This city has many historical and astonishing places to visit, which can be seen as it is one of the world heritage sites.

Jaipur is a city known for its culture and heritage but it is also known for Jaipur Pink Panthers (JPP), It is a professional kabbadi team which belongs to the Pink City of India.

"Palace of Breeze"

Where to go while in Jaipur?

Although Jaipur have many places to visit as it’s a very big city with cultural experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the world

We start our journey from the following places:

  1. Albert Hall Museum
"The Government Central Museum"

Know more about this Museum here

Albert Hall Museum was built in 1827 and was named after King Edward VII the Prince of Wales, in this Museum Indo-Saracenic style of architecture can be seen which was prominent in India during the later 19th century

Things to do at the Albert Hall Museum:

  1. Egyptian Mummy– The most famous attraction of the museum is the sarcophagus of an Egyptian Mummy.
  2. Pottery– The famous blue pottery of Jaipur can be seen regally displayed in cases in the museum.
  3. Figurines and sculptures– You can also admire the different types of figures and sculptures that line the museum rooms. Each made of clay, metal, silver, brass, copper, bronze, marble, etc.

2.Jal Mahal:

"The Water Palace"

Jal Mahal or Water Palace is in Maan Sagar Lake, Jaipur.

While this was first constructed in 1699, it was renovated by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the architectural style which can be seen is Rajput style of architecture which is very common in the area of Rajasthan, The use of Red Stone can be seen in this five-storied building, of which four floors remain underwater when the lake is full and only the top floor is exposed.

3.City Palace:

"Chandra Mahal"

City Palace was built by Jai Singh II in 1727

This massive piece of architecture is not only famous for its own beauty but also because of the many structures that can be visited in its vicinity.

The structures around the city palace, Jaipur:

  • Govind Dev Ji temple
  • Sabha Niwas (Diwan-e-Aam)
  • Sarvato Bhadra (Diwan-e-Khas)
  • Pritam Niwas Chowk
  • Chandra Mahal
  • Mubarak Mahal
  • The Clock Tower

4.Jantar Mantar:

"The Giant Sundial"

Jantar Mantar is an assembly of stone-built astronomical instruments, designed to be used with the naked eye, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Sites, built during early 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II

The primary purpose of the observatory was to compile astronomical tables and to predict the times and movements of the sun, moon and planets.

List of instruments that can be used:

  • Samrat Yantra
  • Jai Prakash Yantra
  • Disha Yantra
    • Rama Yantra
    • Chakra Yantra
    • Rashiwalya Yantra
    • Dingash Yantra
    • Utaansh Yantra

5.Amber Fort:

"Amber or Dhundhar"

Amer Fort or Amber Fort was built in 967, Here we can see the style of Rajput architecture ,This fort is big enough that it will take you at least two hours to explore it

It is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Jaipur, Rajasthan

6.The Hawa Mahal:

"Palace of Breeze"

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The Hawa Mahal or Palace of Breeze is built from red and pink sandstone, it was built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799.

It has a five-floor exterior is akin to a honeycomb with its 953 small windows called Jharokhas decorated with intricate latticework, this allows a cool breeze to blow through the mahal and keeps it cool and airy in summer. Despite a large number of windows, each of them is the size of a peephole such that the royal ladies were not to be seen by the public.

The top 3 storeys are a single room thick, namely Vichitra Mandir, Prakash Mandir and Hawa Mandir. The Maharaja always worshipped Krishna at the Vichitra Mandir in the palace. while the Prakash Mandir provides an open terrace to both sides of Hawa Mahal. It is worth noting that there are no steps to the upper floors but ramps. They are for the palanquin of the royal ladies.

Places to visit in Jaipur in night:

  • Amber Fort: A 50-minute sound and light show is the main attraction during the evening hours
  • Nahargarh Fort: The best time to visit here is in the evening when the temperature dips a little, and the sky is filled with stars.
  • Jawahar Circle Garden: The ambiance gets livelier in evening, when the fountains come to life. A stroll along Jawahar Circle Garden will be relaxing and fun at the same time 

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Anxious life, Its problems and solutions


Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe. Anxiety is a normal and often healthy emotion. However, it can be beneficial to manage feelings of anxiety to prevent them from becoming chronic and overwhelming.

Mental health
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Types of anxiety disorders:

Anxiety disorder is a broad term that refers to a group of mental health conditions characterized by excessive and persistent feelings of anxiety and fear.

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Social Phobia (or Social Anxiety Disorder)
  • Selective mutism
  • Substance-induced anxiety disorder
  • Separation anxiety disorder

Anxiety symptoms:

Symptoms of anxiety can vary from person to person and can include:

  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Sweating
  • Trembling or shaking
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Dry mouth
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness

Anxiety disorders can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life, including impacting their relationships, education, or work. Therefore early recognition and appropriate treatment of anxiety disorders are important.

Causes of anxiety:

There are various causes for anxiety disorders some of them can be seen as follows:

  • Genetics: Anxiety can run in families and certain genetic variations may make a person more susceptible to developing an anxiety disorder.
  • Brain chemistry: Anxiety is associated with imbalances in certain chemicals in the brain, such as serotonin and GABA.
  • Past trauma: Trauma, such as childhood abuse or neglect, can increase the risk of developing an anxiety disorder.
  • Certain medical conditions: Some medical conditions, such as thyroid problems or heart disease, can cause symptoms that mimic anxiety.
  • Stress: Exposure to long-term stress, such as a high-pressure job or a difficult home life, can increase the risk of developing an anxiety disorder.
  • Substance abuse: Alcohol or drug abuse can worsen symptoms of anxiety or cause them to occur.
  • Hormonal changes: Hormonal fluctuations, such as those that occur during menopause, can cause symptoms of anxiety.

It’s worth noting that some of these causes can interact and contribute to anxiety together and that more than one cause may be present in any given case. In addition, an event or a specific situation can cause a panic attack or acute anxiety but it doesn’t necessarily mean the person has an anxiety disorder.

How to deal with anxiety:

There are several ways to calm yourself down and feel better by getting rid of anxiety symptoms, Every person is different and has different a way to deal with it, some of these are the following ways:

  • Professional help: First and foremost way to deal with any kind of anxiety disorder is by contacting a professional psychiatrist who has knowledge about mental conditions and medications.
  • EFT Tapping: IT is an alternative treatment for physical pain and emotional distress. It’s also referred to as tapping or psychological acupressure.
  • Breathing exercise: Breathe in as slowly, deeply, and gently as you can, through your nose. Breathe out slowly, deeply and gently through your mouth, It is one of the ways to deal with anxiety attacks.
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT): IPT focuses on the connection between the onset of symptoms and current interpersonal problems, such as unresolved grief, relationship disputes, and social isolation or withdrawal
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): it is a structured, goal-oriented type of talk therapy. It can help manage mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety, and emotional concerns.

Dealing with anxiety can be a challenging process, but many effective strategies can help. One of the most important things you can do is to educate yourself about anxiety so that you can understand the causes and triggers of your symptoms. It can be helpful to keep a journal of your symptoms and the situations that may have triggered them so that you can identify patterns and develop strategies for coping with them.

Although it feels like the world is ending and everything is going to collapse sooner or later during this period that is not the whole truth, It is a phase that will pass by, You need to talk to your family and friends about it and get help from a professional if necessary, slowly but surely everything will be fine and you’ll be better than before.

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Smile, The journey

it is about smile how it is the journey and the end.

January 13, 2023 by Sahil

Smile as it is the best form of expression
Smile as it is the best form of acceptance,
Smile in front of your family and friends
Smile in front of acquaintances and strangers,

A smile is an expression known to everyone as they carried in their daily routine like food, some of us have it every day as it is a necessity of our body and people, we hide our sadness in a non-verbal form of expression, the journey from happiness to sadness to emptiness to loneliness to depression to anxiety to self-hate all have one thing in common a “Smile” as we can’t afford to lose it even when we’re losing ourselves it is something that we don’t need but we have it for others, it is quite ironic how some people call us selfish when we smile our way through the journey until the very end, it may or may not be a natural end for everyone, some of us do wonder about our end and what will it be like when everything will be over when things really wouldn’t matter when people who mattered should be around but aren’t, who knows about the expression that I’ll carry to my grave or cremation but I hope that it won’t be a fake smile, I hope it is a genuine smile one not just for me but for everyone,

So smile,
Smile as it is the best form of expression
Smile as it is the best form of acceptance,
Smile as it is the journey
Smile as it is the end.

© Sahil soni

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