Blog Anniversary- 8 Years



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Hello everyone! It gives me immense pleasure to share that today is the anniversary of my blog, Ashish Vision which came into existence eight years ago i.e in 2011. It was on this day that I created my blog and started my journey in blogging world. 🤗😊 When I started, I have never expected that I will be able to continue for so long but thanks to all my readers and friends across the globe for making this happen. I would like to thank all of you for your overwhelming support and encouragement which keeps me going till today. 🙏🙏🙏 I will continue to write and share my literary pieces with you all. You all are very good, supportive and motivating. In these eight years of my journey, I have learnt a lot from all you and still I am learning from your posts and your views. 👍🕺.

Once again, thank you so much for your love and support. 🤗✌️ Keep visiting and motivating me with your valuable views and I hope the journey continue… 🙏 Thank you so much everyone. 🤗😊

Ashish Kumar

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The Writer’s Block…


Writing is an art. When a writer pens down his creativity with the use of magical words, a new literary piece is born. It takes immense effort to write, from beginning to the end. What to write and how to present it? It happens several times when you thought of writing something chosen but came up writing on something else. Isn’t it??? Even though when you come up writing something else which you didn’t thought of doing so and when the end result is satisfying, it is again a new creation. This happened with me several times. I think to write something specific and come out of writing something else.

Writing gives me satisfaction and I am sure it gives satisfaction to all who writes. But what happens when the writers are unable to write for some time or the thinking ability slows down for a while. The situation where writers are unable to produce their literary pieces is what we call the “writer’s block”. It is the situation where the author loses the ability to produce new work or experiences a creative slowdown. This is quite natural and happens with every writer. It gives the writer to take rest from writing for a while and come back with refreshing new literary pieces. Going forward, refreshment does play a role when one comes back. As the mind is ready, devoted and the best part is, one writes from his heart.

As it is said, when you write keep the heart and the soul intact in your literary work, then only readers will get the real fragrance and taste of your writing.  Don’t let the “heart and soul” missing in your work. Writer’s block is a way to revive yourself, think little different and come up with a new genre. For example, if someone is writing mostly on romanticism, he may come up writing on social issues etc. I think the writer’s block gives a chance to think differently, try different genre and also present in different way. I have been away from writing several times. In blogging world, I was silent for about six months too due to my studies and other personal stuffs but was always happy to come back. I avoid forceful writing. Whenever I have something in my mind, I try to present to all of you. Writer’s block is not a misfortune. There might me several reasons making writers to go in the writer’s block, from personal to professional etc. But there is always a chance for come back. So, what is your take on writer’s block? Have you ever been in the writer’s block? Do share your views and experience…

– Ashish Kumar

Complaints about life…


In the crowd of millions.
It’s difficult to find the right one.
During the good and bad times.
It’s not easy to manage the time.
Life gave a lot of experience.
It is better to gain the real sense.
Startling situation came often in life.
I don’t have any complaints about life.

The world is full of fake faces.
It is difficult to find the right face.
Having no tragedy is a tragedy.
Better to face the tragedy.
Going in the dark side.
I often had the bad side.
Finding a shoulder to cry.
I used to smile followed by cry.
Done a lot to keep things intact.
Rather than blocking the contact.
Sometimes eyes were red and face became dark.
As I have to listen to people’s bark.
No issues as this is life.
Startling situation often came in life.
I don’t have any complaints about life.
Don’t have any complaints about life.

Ashish Kumar

A typical shayari…


Recently, I watched a bollywood movie, the name I totally forgot. There was a scene where a boy conveys a girl in poetic mood.

Boy: Kismat se mujhe tum mili ho miss. (You met me of fortune, Miss.)

         Mutual funds are exposed to market risk.

Seriously, I can’t stop my laughter for a while. 🙂 Then I used my little thinking ability to extend what girl would have replied. The girl  version is my extension which I hope you will enjoy reading. Here it is.

Boy: Kismat se mujhe tum mili ho miss. (You met me of fortune, Miss.)

          Mutual funds are exposed to market risk.

Girl: Main tumhari girlfriend nahin banungi Mr. (I won’t become your girlfriend Mr.)

           If you desire, I can be your sister.

Enjoy and keep laughing my friends. 🙂 Please share your experiences if you have encountered such.  😛

– Ashish Kumar

Send me the link :-)


Remembering the initial days of blogging, I remember one of the most common excuses given by most of my friends was , “Send me the link of your blog post I will see it… ” However, this has not yet changed and remains intact meaning that if I ask them to look in to my blog post, the same excuse comes. 🙂 For more than six years I came across this excuse. If you will ask whether they really read your post, the answer will most of the time, “Arey, I forgot. Please send me the link again.”  Have you been through such response? 😛

Interestingly, one person told me to send link to all my blog posts. I responded in saying that I will send you my blog link where you can read all the posts (obviously my blog will contain all the posts… 😛 ). But he kept on insisting to send all the links separately so that he will read when he is free and is in relaxed mood. I was wondering what to respond.  I thought there are more than 100 posts, meaning I need to send 100 links to him. LOl… 😛  Obviously these memories make me laugh and I really enjoy facing them. 😛 What about you all? Did you come across such incidents? Do share your experience which will make me and others to laugh more. Hahaha… 😛

– Ashish Kumar