Respected Members: Kindly help me to improve my qualityThis is a sincere request to the Members presently online. Today morning, I raised a thread captioned: 'I am going to the top, it is so crowded here'-said my friend Punyabrata.
The thread went as follows:
It was 1988. Some of us (friends) went to Baghmundi Hill and adjacent areas for trekking and camping. The beauty of Baghmundi Hill, Bamni Fall and surrounding jungles captivated us. But the present incident is not to describe the beauty of these places in Purulia district of West Bengal. It is about one of my friends, Punyabrata Sen.
On a bright morning, all of us started climbing the hill. At that time, many trainees of the mountaineering clubs also started climbing. (It is relevant to mention that mountaineering institutes and clubs give initial training of mountaineering at Baghmundi Hill). We were moving at leisurely pace, talking among ourselves and also occasionally conversing with the trainee mountaineers. There was much noise and the birds were disturbed by sudden arrival of many people. The birds were also chirping noisily.
Suddenly my moody friend Punyabrata announced: "Oh! I can't stand so much noise. I am going to the top. It is so crowded here." Announcing this, he left the group, started moving upwards very quickly. Even without help of rope or axe, he somehow managed to reach the top in another three hours, much to the astonishment of the mountaineering instructors who were giving instructions to their trainees.
Punyabrata stood at the top like a king. We were thinking: It is true that the top is not at all crowded. But only determined few reach there."
This thread has been deleted. The reason given: "The status of this post is Rejected due to poor quality content or violation of our content policies. "
Respected Members who are present online: Please guide me to improve the poor quality of my thread, or point out the violation of the policy. I am requesting this to improve myself.
You can also teach me how to massage the bruised ego of the powerful.