Durga Prasad
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“LIKHE JO KHAT JUJHE” is a collection of 25 love short stories in form of so called love letters – love letters describing the incidences happened differently with his girlfriend. The story in each letter is written so sincerely that it appears to be a fact, not merely an imagination, it is presented so logically that one cannot argue but accept it as a natural one.

The heading or title of each love story begins with the vary lines of the most popular Hindi films of their period when released on screens. Each heading is relevant to the incidence that happens in the short love story.

The stories as in form of love letters are very interesting as well as entertaining, the conversation, the dialogue, the theme are so natural that any reader while reading the book cannot help finishing it in a single sitting inasmuch as the total number of such short love stories are merely 25 and that of the pages of the book is 51 only.

The very purpose of writing this book is to keep the past memory alive in black and white and also to apprise my readers of the love and romance that takes place occasionally in between the writer and his beloved and in almost all the love letters love is sincerely and fairly presented as if it were not an imagination but a reality of one’s life.

Do hope my readers can read it and enjoy it heartedly as well as mentally.

Durga Prasad

( Author ) 

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Name: Durga Prasad

Birth Place: Gobindpur, Distt. : Dhanbad ( Jharkhand )

Education: B.Com., M.A.- Hindi ( Part - I ), M.A. ( LSW ), PGD/M.A. ( Human Rights )PGD (Journalism & Mass Communication ), Diploma in Business Admn., Bachelor Of Law.

Birth Date: 10th April 1946.

Training: Postal coaching on Story- Writing under the guidance of Dr. Maharaj Krishna Jain, Kahani Lekhan Mahavidyalya, Ambala cant.

Co- Editor of Aasha Annual Magazine of Lions Club Of Gobindpur.

Worked in different responsible positions and retired as Finance Manager from Central Hospital, B.C.C.L., Dhanbad on 30th. April 2006.

Presently Advocate in Dhanbad Court, Trustee- Lions Club SSMS Eye Hospital, Gobindpur, Dhanbad, Director- Lions Club, Gobindpur, Executive Member of SSMS Eye Hospital, Gobindpur, Member- Nagrik Samiti,  Gobindpur.

Composition: Nearly 50 satire published in the Dainik Jagran, Dhanbad. Many stories published in the local News Papers. More than one hundred short stories duly published in “” during the period of last 2/3 years on different topics including the short love and romance stories.

Shubham Kumar – Editor of the book – “Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe”

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(The story is in Hindi)


Once I happened to visit Patna along with my cousin brother RP Singh who stayed in Patna for more than a decade while in police service as ASI. Both of us were retired persons from service and were in a relaxed mood. I visited Patna many times but not free at all see the worth seeing places of Patna City.

Secondly by this time I acquired the degree of PGD in Journalism & Mass Communication and became a Journalist and Writer. I use to write about the city

, its people, their living standard and the worth seeing places connected with the ancient period.

One day I proposed to visit the important historical places like Gandhi Maidan, Patna Golghar, Patna Sahib and so on… My brother agreed to my proposal and happily said, “ Isme kaun see badi baat hai ? ( What is the problem in it ? ), “ Kal se hi ham ghumna shuru kar den.” ( Let us start visiting from tomorrow. )

We visited all these places one by one.

My this E- Book contains in details the description of how we visited these historical places and enjoyed our “ Trip To Patna.”

Whatever I saw and gathered necessary information I tried my best to share with my beloved readers living in the country and beyond that.

You may access to Google Play, type the title of the E-Book you want to read or my name - “ Durga Prasad ” the relevant story will appear in your Smartphone or Laptop or Desktop and go ahead and by paying Rs. 20 only online, now you can read the E- Book on the screen page by page as you like.

 DESCRIPTION - (Narration)

Whosoever wants to learn English, he/she has to learn English Grammar. Grammar teaches how to read, write and speak English correctly.

Grammar is divided into five important parts:

1.    :  Orthography

2.    :  Etymology

3.    :  Syntax

4.    :  Punctuation

5.    :  Prosody

A learner of English Grammar is taught about alphabet 26 letters – Capital and Small letters separately – how to read , how to write and how to speak ( pronounce ) these letters nicely with ease.

Then with the joining of one letter to another letter or letters they are taught how to form words step by step. Here also they are taught the method or art how to spell well these letters and how to learn nicely to read, write and speak these words with ease.

At the third stage of teaching they are taught how to make sentence with the help of subject, verb, object and moreover with the complements, if any.

For the students of senior classes they have to learn more about important chapters of Grammar so that they can be able to write the answers of long type questions, essays, letters etc. Over and above some grammar portions are also prescribed in the syllabus/prospectus. As these portions are very important ones and tough also, the students have to pay proper attention to the rules and learn them properly.

These chapters are very important in English grammar:

1.    :  Kinds of sentence

2.    :  Parts Of Speech

3.    :  Tense

4.    :  Narration – Direct and Indirect Speech

5.    :  Transformation

6.    :  Analysis ( Clauses )

7.    :  Synthesis

8.    :  Punctuation

As an English teacher I have experienced that some of the students do not follow when they are taught Narration Chapter i.e. Direct and Indirect Speech and the rules or methods how to change correctly from direct speech or narration to indirect speech or narration.

I am a retired person of nearly 70 years. My sons basically all software engineers working at distant places advised me to write good books for the students out of my long experience of teaching English and my grandson – a student of BCA of Asansol Engineering College, West Bengal (India) has consented to edit the e – books (Booklets) part by part with the least price and get them published in Google Play, Google Book, Flip kart, Amazon KDP and so on…

The Booklet Narration has been written in a very simple language citing suitable examples one by one so that the students can be able to understand or grasp quickly with ease.

Do hope with the publication of this type of booklet not only the students but many people who are desirous of learning English can be benefitted particularly they will have enough time/leisure while waiting for bus/train/flight and so on outside with a Smart Phone in their hands with internet connectivity.

Durga Prasad

( Author )

Edited by Shubham Kumar – A student of BCA – Asansol Engg. College, (W.B.)


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