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COVER STORY PVC LAMINATE SHEETS: Furniture makers have accepted it for looks and finishing quality


Kochi Furniture Market: Fast emerging new global hub Bengaluru: Sluggish IT sector affects office furniture demand


Overseas Woodworking Machine suppliers reaffirm good health Increasing demands of Wood Carving Machines in India

FURNITURE DESIGN Nipponply: Stall Design Smart Furniture: KIDESK

Mr. Anand Quodros, Mr. Ashok Quodros & Mr. Robin Quodros Multiflex Furniture, Mumbai

Vol-03, Issue-03 December 2018

CONTENTS 8 Editorial EDITORIAL & CORRESPONDENCE F-1118, C.R. Park, New Delhi - 110 019. Tel.: 011-26387752

10-12 Market Report Kochi Furniture Market

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Sluggish IT sector affects office furniture demand in Bengaluru

DESIGN / CONCEPT Shailesh Kumar Bhakta

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Alstone Launches pvC Etched Laminates in 1mm mULTIDĂŠCoR

Printed, published and owned by Pragat Dvivedi, Printed at Modest Graphics Pvt. Ltd., C-53, DDA Shed, Okhla Industrial Area Phase-I, New Delhi-110020 and published at F-1118, C.R. Park, New Delhi - 110 019. Editor Pragat Dvivedi

The views expressed in the columns of FDT are not necessarily those of the editor or the publisher & they accept no responsibility for them. No part of this magazine including advertisements designs, prepared by us or through us should be copied, reproduced or transmitted by any one without prior written permission of the publisher The Magazine is not responsible for the opinions & ideas presented on the following pages. All disputes regarding this magazine will be settled in Delhi (India) Jurisdiction only.

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REHAU sets to expand to tier II & III Cities in India

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GDECoR begins commercial production of pvC edge band tape

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Wood furniture trends dominates global market, Good sign for Indian wooden industry

CONTENTS 16-24 Cover Story PVC laminate Sheets: Furniture makers in India have accepted it for looks and finishing quality

35-37 Machines & Technologies 35 | Overseas woodworking machine suppliers reaffirm good health 36 | Wood scripture and wood carving Machines in India

38-45 Product Update 38 | Blum increases turnover by 5 % in FY 2017-18 39 | Steelcase eyes huge opportunity in Indian office furniture market 40 | Evershine Kitchen launches the ‘ANG’ range of shutter 41 | Sugatsune Kogyo introduces range of Pocket Door Systems

26-29 One 2 One Mr Anand Quodros, Mr. Ashok Quodros and Mr. Robin Quodros, Multiflex furniture, Mumbai

42 | Training in LWF construction in Mysore by Canadian Wood 44 | Roca introduces collection of bathroom furniture in India 45 | Furniture to be made with Textile Composite Material, no fear of breaking and burning

46-49 Furniture Designs

50-55 Event Watch HIFF, a Furniture show in Kochi concludes WADE Asia 2019, New Delhi

56-69 Hindi Section


Quality furniture will have more space with rise in design expectations The Furniture Design & Technology (FDT) magazine is moving forward at steady pace with an objective to be a torch bearer for spreading knowledge on 5M’s of furniture industry in India. FDT aims to help the unorganised and scattered furniture industry with regular inputs and info on emerging market prospects, trends and field surveys. The present government has made many policy reforms that have impacted every SME & MSME establishment in some way or the other. Though the reforms have boost the industry which is visibly benefitting organised furniture manufacturers in the country as they have been able to connect with ongoing projects, yet majority of furniture producers are feeling pressure and cash crunch. The furniture demand in retail markets is consistent but rising number of factories are slowly adding more design offerings so is the competition. Quality furniture will be getting more space in the market with rise in design expectations of customers, reveal recent market surveys conducted by FDT team. Modern design, quality finishing and aggressive pricing are the present need in the markets which is offered by new factories having good infrastructure, technology and design combinations. With an estimated market size of 2.5 lacs crore per annum in 2018, the Indian Furniture market is often referred to be growing at 15% year on year. According to available insights hardly 6% of the total industry belongs to organised work culture where larger share comes from office segment. FDT believe that government’s provisions for SME support, RERA effect on housing deliveries and pace in budget housing will certainly be going to open new avenues for better equipped furniture manufacturers. India has witnessed huge growth in modular kitchen segment during last 10 years. The acceptance of new surfacing materials in gloss and UV finish have created the need for well finished shutters, thus need of quality material and


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machining. This issue of FDT carries an article on emerging product PVC laminate which is being widely used by kitchen industry at present. The issue also has market driven articles from Kerala and Bangalore that will help the industry people to know about the changing needs and trends in these states. There is also an interesting read in One to One with Mr Ashok Quodros, Co-Founder, Multiflex Furniture, Mumbai, whose vast experience and expertise in furniture manufacturing offers insight and learning for new commers. With lots of latest news and new efforts, Team FDT is busy sorting research based news and info in its next edition that will be there at Delhi wood 2019, to be held at Expo Mart, Greater Noida. We look forward to meet you in the exhibition.

Pragat Dvivedi Founder Editor

Reach us at: ‘’, M: 9810612991


PVC laminate SheetS:

FURNITURE MAKERS IN INDIA HAVE ACCEPTED IT FOR LOOKS AND FINISHING qUALITY PVC laminate is gradually gaining deeper acceptance in surface decor application in kitchen and wardrobe manufacturing segment. Following the rise in demand, there are over a dozen of players who have started manufacturing these PVC designer sheets in India that are also being referred as PVC mica or PVC laminate. The PVC sheets were initially imported from China and during last 3-4 years it caught the attention of retailers in every city. The glossy trend cought up with kitchen makers and the super high gloss effect of PVC sheets became a hit trend by 2018. Now market is flooded with similar gloss designs. The mirror feel PVC sheets have been receiving good response because the customer’s acceptance is good due to brighter colour options, highlighter designs and suiting to door shutters aesthetics. With rise in number of manufacturing companies and brands, the folders of PVC sheets are widely seen and awareness level is also increasing. The PVC brands e. g. MERAKI, AMULYA, ALSTONE, SKYDECOR, ECHON, VIRGO, BLACK COBRA IMPRESSION, EURO BRIGHT, STANLEY etc are from Indian manufacturing Companies. As regards to imports of PVC laminates, EURO PRATIK, TREELAM, DEXARTE, LAMINEX, KASHVI, TREND are the key players. Off late few areas have witnessed competition from PVC sheets in high gloss HPL category because PVC laminate folders are having plenty of shade, colours and peppy designs. Furniture Design & Technology (FDT) presents a report on its increasing applications.


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We Work only for 100 % satisfaction, no concept of 99 percent

Mr AnAnd Quodros, Mr. Ashok Quodros And Mr. robin Quodros,

Multiflex furniture, MuMbai

it is said that the road to success comes from the hard works, determination and dedication. the phrase is right on three brothers Mr. ashok Quodros, Mr. anand Quodros and robin Quodros, who founded the Quadros Group of companies and commenced panel processing activities in 1995. in the beginning of company, many obstacles started taking their exams but they never gave up and continued their hard works with total dedication and honesty. the result of the their struggle turns to a big success within a small journey of five year and Quadros brothers set up ‘Multiflex’, a fully automated, CnC factory in 2000 and then never looked back. today, three Quadros brothers have established an ideal example of entrepreneurship in furniture industry of the country. at present, their company is providing a modern, high quality and affordable product to its customers, through a modern and state-of-the-art panel processing factory. the fDt interviews Quadroos brothers with their future plans, past journey and other issues. 26

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When and how did you enter into modular furniture business? We began with site project work around 1997-98, where we faced major issues with conventional carpentry. We adhered to scientific methods, facilitated carpenters with tools, incentives and other ways of motivation but faced frustration. A friend of ours from Canada, who at the time was into panel-processing and modular furniture, served as an inspiration for us. Initially after starting out, the machines we bought didn’t fulfill our needs and quality parameters, but after teething troubles at the start, eventually we succeeded.

How do you manage the operations at factory now? We work on very set parameters for every activity such as sawing, edging, gluing etc. In case of any shortcoming, the onus and responsibility lies on the operator of the next operation process to reject or accept the material at that stage. We have very experienced employees for inspection and quality checks who have been working with us for a very long time, hence, if any deficiency has inadvertently continued till the last stage, it is taken care of there. We do not have any marketing

With regard to the input material that one uses, a careful selection must be done in terms of density and at least of E1 or E0 standard in terms of emission. Often, there is density variation, thickness variation within the board, across the board and a furniture maker can’t manufacture good furniture if the thickness variation is beyond the tolerance level. Plywood is a good material, but not calibrated in India. There is no concept of calibration, but everybody claims calibrated with a thickness variation of 0.5 to 1mm. and sales setup, yet success has found us by word-of-mouth. We put a lot of emphasis on R&D, as it is an integral part of our corporate philosophy and tradition—thus we keep ourselves abreast of the global trends. Our basic principle is ‘Never compromise on quality of the furniture or its specification’. If sufficient data is not available, we don’t take the job. We cannot lower our standards, instead we opt for going beyond our already high standards.

What is infrastructure and other strengths of your company? We produce furniture only to the extent that we can physically manage, not to the extent that our machines can produce. We always keep a single shift as buffer shift to meet the deadlines, as our operational philosophy is ‘ON

Five Challenges for modular furniture industry 1.

The Raw material does not confirm to the standards, parameters, tolerance etc.


Getting good people to join this industry to manage, train and supervise staff and operations.


Education and awareness among customers, the need to develop clients or to hunt for quality seeking builders.


Correct Mindset to address clients needs. Do not change the client, because your client is your spokesperson and for sure it is very important to address his concerns for the furniture.


Standardization of products.

TIME, EVERY TIME’. We have never come across a situation where we couldn’t deliver on time. We receive offers of huge scale up but we do not avail them because we are yet to build up a comprehensive infrastructure. Currently, we are working with machine manufacturers to give us specific customized built CNC machines with multiple access. We are sure that bolstering our infrastructure and developing our new stream of panel processing will soon meet the demands of future.

What are the signals that you find positive for India’s modular furniture industry? India’s modular furniture industry is growing very aggressively. Hundreds of new manufacturing units are being setup. With rise and growth of various suppliers of infrastructural material, machines and processing solutions or development in allied works like extraction, wood paints, roller coater, UV lines, automatic robotic press, etc., signal a sharp growth and bright prospect for modular furniture industry.

Among Modular furniture and Solid wood or Kitchen specific sector, which one has bigger potential? In my view, it is panel processing that will have bigger scope in future. Although when it comes to creation

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IncreasIng DemanDs of

WooD scrIpture anD WooD carvIng machInes In InDIa If there is any charming furniture in the rooms or an attractive door of a luxurious house or any wood statue found in a historical temple or on its pillars, the magnificent carvings and artifacts artwork engraved on them all are often astonishing and classical. The history and practices of such wooden art in India has been from a very ancient period, which were mostly prepared by traditional carpenters, talented artisans and classical painters. But in the present time this artistic work has now started to be done through state-of-the-art and computerized machines, which are called Wood Carving and Wood Statue Machines. In fact, increasing demand or need of such wooden art in the furniture industry of the world is the reason behind the invention of such machines. In India, the demand for these machines is increasing rapidly, which also shows that Wood Carving business is expanding itself as a big industry. With the invention of wood carving and wood statue machines, many problems of the furniture makers, traders and industries spread across the world have become easy. The biggest advantage of these machines is that the time it takes in wood carving and making wood statue becomes much less. Many numbers of artifacts can be made simultaneously through these machines, which saves the huge time and cost. 36

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Although the process of providing furniture artifacts, wooden molds and structures made of fine carvings, attractive art and fiction, making the actual form through machine is also quite long and complex. This process also requires at least one master or sample piece with art and design, which is made by an artist, painter or carpenter. This process of wood carving and making wood statue moves through machines in a phased wise manner.

Know about the Process First of all, whatever type of wood artwork, mold, statue or design is to be shaped, at least it must be a physical master or sample piece of wooden artwork is required. That master or sample piece is scanned with high resolution scanners attached with

computer and related software. During this scanning process, the light of different types of waves and colors is continually dropped on master piece. Any part of the sample piece that is constantly comes under the light and waves, its virtual design, shapes and size prepared by the software in computer. Most of furniture manufacturers are using ein Scan Pro software for this purpose. A complete virtual design and shape is done through the software and manually tested in the computer. When a design is fully prepared in the computer, that computer is connected to the electronic control box and wood statue and wood carving machine. The same control box send indications to wood carving or wood statue machine and machine can also be


controlled by the control box. Machines works as per signals received from the control box and software. After the design is fully prepared, the part of the wood laid down on the space available for the same in wood carving or wood statue machine. It can be a door or any type of surf wood for wood carving and sizes of wood pieces for wood statue. The cut pieces of timber are also put on the statue machine, from which the statue or mold to be prepared. How many area of wood carving or piece of statue will be made at one time, it depends on the size and capacity of the machine. Generally, one wood carving work on average door size wooden surface and three to eight statue can be made at one go. This should be noted that two different machines are needed for both different tasks. The time taken for wood carving and wood statue works depends on design and size of sample. If the design is more complex then it may take as much time. The machine works on the basis of the signals received from the computer and the control box, and the screws and other accessories of machine gives

shapes to the wood as per design. This work takes much less time than hand-made artwork and every design is equally prepared. These state-of-the-art machines are so efficient that if a person requires his face or pictures designs on the wood, then he can scan the picture or face of the person, which can be easily crafted or made on wood.

High Demands Demand for furniture made of different types of carvings or artifacts is increasing in the country. Apart from this, wood made toys, sculptures; molds etc. are being preferred by the people as they are more durable, attractive and also eco-friendly. There is no fear of any kind of breakdown of such wooden made items. Due to all these reasons, demands for wood statue machines are increasing among the furniture manufacturers of the country and there are many new people coming in this business. Karvy Tech Company, a company that manufacturing such Wood Carving

and Wood Statue Machine, which participated in the three-day Hindustan International Furniture Fair organized in Cochin, said in an interview with FDT that they have sold more than 800 Wood Statue machines across the country in the last two years. The company sold most of the machines in Southern and Western part of India. The company said there is more demand of Wood Statue machines in market than Wood Carving, as this machine is more beneficial for any start up except for furniture makers. The cost of a single wood statue Machine is Rs. 19.50 Lac which can make 8 statues at single time. The cost of per wood carving machine is Rs. 7.50 lac and the company has sold approx 350 such machines in the market in last two years. A furniture makers and traders from Tamilnadu said to FDT team during his visit in three day furniture fair held in Kochi, that he is using these two machines since long. Wood statue machine is expensive however it is very useful for furniture manufacturers, he added. The trader said that Wood statue machine can be used in many tasks besides making legs and hands of sofa or chairs as well and includes wood sculptures, animal artifacts and in more wooden art. Apart from this, most of the customer also asked us to carve a unique and their most liked picture on wood or on furniture and we do the same because of these machines. In such a situation, the customer happily paid us desired cost against same. He says such machines are add-on value for furniture entrepreneurs, which are also essential for increasing their business.

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WADe ASIA 2019

WADe AsiA 2019 Architecture & Design event 11 -12 October, 2019 NSIC Ground, Okhla, New Delhi


urious eyes, an innate zeal to uniquely contribute, and an insane thirst to spread women-led development, were the burning reasons, which shaped WADe INDIA [World Women in Arts, Architecture and Design], a one of a kind event and an exhaustive digital platform, in the Asian sub-continent, with three annual footprints that happened so far. By and large, women don’t get an opportunity to network as much as men, and that too, hardly in their industry and fraternity. WADe ASIA wanted to bridge the gap. The seed of WADe was laid back in 2012, when Vertica Dvivedi, Editor-in-Chief, Surfaces Reporter Magazine, met the legend, Ar Zaha Hadid in 2012 during an exclusive coverage of her. The research, discussions and ‘what ahead – what next – what new’ led to the thought of creating a platform exclusively for women in design.

And the rest is history... A journey, which humbly started as WADe INDIA, magically gathered enormous attention, love and

support from across the Asian borders, in just a year, evolving to WADe ASIA, in no time. Objectives Of Wade Asia: To bring women-led projects into limelight connect the aspirers with the leaders to handhold the ones, who want to return and consistently inspire, and promote learning & sharing. To celebrate the life, work, and achievements of women architects, artists and designers. To reward and recognise. The last three events of WADe Asia were over-whelmingly well received, attended, absorbed, and highly acknowledged by 1200+ professionals from the national, as well as the international community. Power-talks from the who’s who in arts, architecture and design, panel discussions with eminent guests and delegates, talk shows with the mentors, deeply informative discussions, master-class from the design maestros, the multiple award categories, and a one of a kind opportunity to gel and network with a top of the class, relevant and an enthusiastic troop were just a handful of highlights.

In the words of the founder, Vertica Dvivedi: “Now it is time for you to STEP IN, take ownership and give more meaningful direction to this movement”. Who Should Attend?

(Not limited to any gender. We welcome the industry to come & celebrate womenled development)

v Architects v Furniture Designers v Project Managers v Interior Designers v Product Designers v Design Consultants and more... Together with you, we are devoted to invest bigger efforts, go the extra mile, stretch the platform to diverse and deeper territories of arts, architecture and design, in our quest to diversify, connect and empower womanhood. Connecting to us is easy. See you in WADe Asia 2019 from 11-12 October at NSIC Ground, New Delhi

Speak to us at +91 9310612980 or simply drop a line at, 52

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WADe ASIA 2019

Glimpses of wade event

Brinda Miller, Mumbai; Sonali Rastogi, New Delhi; Annkur Khosla, Mumbai; Nela de Zoysa, Sri Lanka; Sunita Kohli, President, K2India, New Delhi

Ar. Namita Singh with the Blue WADe trophy presented by Ar. Raj Rewal and Vertica Dvivedi, founder, WADe Asia

Top female architects of India, Ar. Sonali Bhagwati, Ar. Sheila Sri Prakash, Ar. Anupama Kundoo, Ar. Parul Zaveri and Ar. Canna Patel

Lamp Lighting by dignitaries, Jaisim Krishna Rao, Vijay Garg, Yashwant Pitkar, Prem Nath, Ashwin Lovekar and Chetan Vaidhya

Team OBL sitting among the audeince with Bollywood actress Bhagyashree during WADe Asia

Not finding vacant seats in the fully packed WADe Auditorium, Ar Sanjay Patil, Ar Sunil Patel and Ar Cherian are humbly watching from a corner

Designers Aswathi Mohan, Siji Rehana and Amreen Kaleel

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WADe ASIA 2019 Having a fun time - Ar Swanzal Kak Kapoor - Gurgaon, Ar Sonal Sancheti - Mumbai and Ar Babu Cherian - Kerala - at WADe Asia

Team - Indian Institute of Architects

Ar Manish Kumat and Ar Vivek Gupta giving away the Certificates

Architects from Indonesia Samuel Budiono and Yetty along with friends in WADe Asia


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President of Bhutan Institute of Architects, Ar Yangki, looking at the Shortlisted projects


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QuhZpj fuekZ.k vkSj bldh xq.koÙkk esa vki gkMZos;j vkSj vU; jkW eVhfj;y ds jksy dks fdl rjg ls ns[krs gSa\ fdlh mRikn esa bLrseky gksus okys dPps inkFkZ dh xq.koÙkk ls le>kSrk djuk iwjs mRikn ls le>kSrk djuk gSA csgrj dk;Z fd;k tk lds] blds fy;s oSKkfud rjhds ls gh gkMZos;j dks cuk;k tkuk pkfg;sA gkMZos;j dh Hkwfedk vR;ar egRoiw.kZ gksrh gS] blfy;s bldk p;u igys gh vkSj lksp&le>dj djuk pkfg;sA fdlh mRikn esa bLrseky gksus okys dPps inkFkZ dk p;u Hkh lko/kkuh ls djuk pkfg;sA ;g ?kuRo ds –f’Vdks.k ls vR;ar mi;ksxh gksuk pkfg;s vkSj mRltZu ds ekeys esa ;g de ls de E1 vFkok E0 ekud okyk gksuk pkfg;sA ;|fi] ?kuRo dks ysdj Hkh dbZ o‚;js”ku gS]a ftlesa cksMZ ds vanj ;k iwjs cksMZ esa fFkdusl o‚;js”ku Hkh “kkfey gSA ;fn fFkdul o‚;js”ku lhek ls T;knk gksrh gS rks dksbZ Hkh QuhZpj fuekZrk vPNs QuhZpj ugha cuk ldrs gSA IykboqM vPNk eVhfj;y gS ysdu Hkkjr esa bls dSyczVS M ugha fd;k tkrkA ;|fi ;gka dSyhcz”s ku ¼va”k”kks/ku½ dk pyu ugha gS ysfdu fQj Hkh gj dksbZ blds 0-5 ls 1 ,e,e dh fFkdusl oSjh,”ku dk nkok djrk gSA blfy;s QuhZpj daiuh ds fy;s Do‚fyVh eVhfj;y dk p;u djuk cgqr isp a hnk dke gSA

ekWMwY;j QuhZpj baMLVªh dh ikap cM+h pqukSfr;ka 1- dPps eky ds ekud] ekunaM vkSj xq.koÙkk vkfn dk LFkkbZ u gksuk 2- bl m|ksx ls ,sls vPNs yksxksa dk tqM+uk t:jh gS] tks m|ksx ds csgrj lapkyu] çca/ku] çf”k{k.k] fujh{k.k vkfn dh ftEesnkjh c[kwch fuHkk ldsaA 3- xzkgdksa ds chp f”k{kk vkSj tkx:drk dk lapkj djuk] rkfd os fuekZrk ls csgrj xq.koÙkk okys mRikn dh ekax dj ldsaA 4- xzkgdksa dh ekax dks le>us vkSj iwjk djus ds fy;s lgh –f’Vdks.k ¼ekbaM lsV½ j[kukA 5- mRiknksa dk ekudhdj.k djukA vki vius çksMDV dh ekdsZfVax dSls djrs gSa\ lhfj;lyh] ;g cM+k isfpnk loky gSA bl ek;us esa geus fiNys 25 lkyksa ls dHkh QSDVjh ds ckgj dne ugha j[kkA gekjs ikl ekdsZfVax vkSj lsYl ds fy;s dksbZ Vhe ugha gSA gekjs jsxqyj xzkgd gSa] tks fiNys dbZ lkyksa ls gekjs lkFk cus gq, gSaA fefMy bZLV esa gekjs ikl lcls T;knk volj gSaA 10 yk[k :i;s ls 10 djksM+ rd ds dkjksckj rd igq¡pus ds fy;s geus dHkh dqN fo”ks’k ugha fd;k dsoy dkjksckj ds ewy rF;ksa dks /;ku esa j[kkA

vki Hkkjr esa vkbfd;k ds ços”k dks fdl rjg ns[krs gSa\ vkbfd;k Hkkjr esa ,d xse psatj cusxhA vkbfd;k ;gka u;s ekinaMksa dks LFkkfir djsxh] tks ns”k ds fy;s vPNk lkfcr gksxkA blls lHkh yksx ekunaMksa dh vgfe;r dks le> ldsaxs vkSj blls lewps QuhZpj m|ksx dks vkxs c<+us esa enn feysxhA yksx i<+s&fy[ks gS vkSj gj dksbZ mfpr] mi;ksxh] fVdkÅ QuhZpj dks [kjhnus dks roTtks nsrk gS vkSj vkbfd;k bl fn”kk esa ,d rjg ls yksxksa dh enn djsxhA ge [kq”k gS fd vkbfd;k Hkkjr esa vk;kA

ekWMYw ;j QuhZpj lsxesVa esa vki vkWfdZVDs V~l vkSj fMtkbuj dh Hkwfedk dks dSls ns[krs gS\a bl lsxesaV esa muds fy;s cgqr dqN djus ds volj gSA dqN e”khujh lIyk;lZ us çf”k{k.k laLFkku [kksys gq, gS]

tgka dksbZ Hkh iSuy çkslsflax ds ckjs esa lh[k ldrk gSA dqN gkMZos;j daifu;ka Hkh vkfdZVsDV dks çf”k{k.k nsus vkSj mUgsa n{k is”ksoj cukus dk ç;kl dj jgh gSA ge Hkh ,sls yksxksa dks c[kwch çf”k{k.k ns jgs gSaA fMtkbuj is”ks ls tqM+s yksx rsth ls lh[kus okys yksx gS ftudh vkdyu {kerk Hkh mPp ntsZ dh gksrh gSA

vki th,lVh vkSj jsjk tSls dkuwu dks fdl rjg ekurs gSa \ ;g csgn lq[kn gS vkSj nqfu;k esa lcls cM+s lq/kkjksa esa “kkfey gSA mRikn vkSj budh dherksa ds ek;us esa th,lVh ds vuqHko dks ysdj ge csgn [kq”k gSA vc gesa iwjk buiqV fey ik jgk gS] tks igys ugha feyrk FkkA blds vykok vc dsoy iath—r foØsrk ls gh [kjhn djuh t:jh gks x;k gS] tks dkjksckj ds –f’Vdks.k ls csgrj gSA jsjk ls ljdkj dks T;knk rkdr feyh gS] lq/kkj ds fy;s ljdkj fdlh fu;e dks ykxw djk ldrh gSA igyh ckj xzkgdksa dks lq[kn vuqHko gks jgk gS vkSj MsoyilZ dks lHkh ukeZ~l dk ikyu djuk iM+ jgk gSA igys ;g iwjh rjg ls vlaxfBr Fkk] ftldk MsoyilZ Qk;nk mBkrs Fks vkSj xzkgdksa dks çkstsDV esa yxkbZ xbZ dher dks ysdj dbZ ek;uks esa ijs”kku gksuk iM+rk Fkk] ysfdu vc ifj–”; cny x;k gSA vc xzkgdksa dks Qk;nk feysxkA jsjk dk lcls T;knk ykHk DykbaV dks feysxk vkSj nwljk Do‚fyVh dksA

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