In my youthful days I read the story of Pied Piper of Hamlin who mesmerised the children of the city by his flute's siren song. The children followed him and went out of the city for getting lost forever. The Maggi mantra had a similar appeal for the Indian household and children were similarly mesmerised by this instant 2-minute meal like their own moms who saved their cooking drudgery till yesterday.
In Bengal there is a term called Non-Bengali. The definition of Non-Bengali can be given. Any person who speaks Assamese is an Assamese. Earlier the Magadhan language was spoken by Assamese people. An Assamese is a native or inhabitant of Assam. An Assamese is a person of Assamese ancestry. Now a new definition comes.
Dr. Girish Baruah's SANKARDEVA : A Critical Appraisal of His Philosophy and Religion maybe called a full- length philosophical monograph in English on the philosophy of Srimanta Sankaradev. Assamese literature abounds with a plethora of books and writings on Sankaradeva but since 1966 among the books published only a few can be called original in approach.
In these days of TV and electronic gadgets and hectic modern life, life of children is going to be more and more traumatic. Both at home and at school they suffer seriously under various kind of pressures. Sometimes children become mental wrecks. Depression and mental disorder can ruin their promising future.