“Jiwanta Sambandha”: Where literature and philanthropy converge

Ashmita Gharti Chhetri

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In an era dominated by digital voices and stories on our screens, the sudden emergence of Dr Om Murti Anil’s ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ has taken the nation by storm. While it’s not uncommon for a compelling story to captivate hearts, ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ is far from being just another book; it represents an innovative approach to philanthropy, intertwining knowledge with charitable contributions.

The story of ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ intricately explores the complexities of relationships, the undulating journey of life, and the invaluable lessons of guidance, love, and education imparted by our parents. However, what truly distinguishes this book is its profound representation that extends well beyond the confines of its pages.

Not a single penny generated from ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ is destined for the author’s pockets; instead, it’s dedicated to a noble cause—the betterment of elderly people. This innovative way of philanthropy, where a book’s success contributes directly to the welfare of those in need, is a concept that has left its mark on readers throughout the nation.

The theme of this book, “Knowledge and Charity” or “Gyaan Pani, Daan Pani” in Nepali, perfectly aligns with the motive of helping the elderly. Every person purchasing ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ is not just acquiring a book; they’re investing in the well-being of elderly individuals, providing them with the care, support, and dignity they deserve. This dual purpose, knowledge, and donation, is what ignites the enthusiasm in people to buy and read this remarkable book.

What sets ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ apart is the realization that the money spent on this book isn’t just going into a commercial venture, but rather, it’s serving a noble cause. This heartwarming realization motivates readers to make the purchase, knowing that they’re part of something much larger than themselves. It’s a testament to how literature can transform into an instrument of positive change.

In a world that sometimes seems saturated with selfishness and individualism, ‘Jiwanta Sambandha’ stands as a symbol of the profound impact literature can have when woven with philanthropy. It bridges the gap between a captivating narrative and a meaningful social contribution, reminding us that our actions, even as simple as buying a book, can shape the lives of many and create a legacy of empathy and compassion.

So, when you read ‘Jiwanta Sambandha,’ you’re not just enriching your mind; you’re enriching the world with the dual gifts of knowledge and compassion. It’s a powerful reminder that literature, combined with the spirit of giving, has the potential to create a brighter and more caring world for all.

Ashmita Gharti Chhetri is a registered nurse in NSW Health Australia. She can be reached at [email protected]