I am Aadhiswaran, a 17-year old boy from Coimbatore,the city also known as "The Indian City of Manchester". When I was doing my 10th grade, my Physics Teacher once told me that I could be an author, I didn't care to reckon his words , but soon enough serendipitously the very next day, my english tutor called me up to the staffroom. I was stupefied, for that was the first time I was summoned to the devious place, known for its notoriety (punishing naughty ones) . I went there with a comrade, a close friend of mine who earlier warned me of the fact that the teacher had actually got out of bed on the wrong side . I saw his belligerent face soon enough, outside the window, prancing like a tiger all across. I hesitantly entered the room but soon his taciturn face turned into a hostile one, I was again stumbling to walk right up to him. He eventually called me up and asked me if I could write an essay about the growing spree of the menace created by terrorism . I simply succumbed to his request and started preparing a well crafted essay. Two days later I was done with my assignment. I went to the staffroom without fear and submitted it . He was seemingly happy that day. He opened the essay, which was hand-written with meticulously collected data . He pored over the essay . He asked me if he could send that article to a journalist company. I was too banal to say "NO" and explained him the reason that I was not legally eligible to publish the title . But then a week later I saw my essay appeared in the School's monthly magazine, MANTHAN. I thanked him for doing such a kind act and then had an erstwhile thinking of pursuing a career in writing.
Yes after two years of extensive research I was successful in connivingly convincing myself to write a blog. By then I was doing my 12th grade. I had to focus on my studies and also improve other areas of knowledge so I can write blogs . That very same year I had been prepping for the CLAT entrance exam . I do agree that this year's CLAT paper was filled with errors and almost 30+ mistakes. Unknown by the perpetual increase in the value of CLAT examination which the examiner seems to distance himself from. And for the record I am going to be a lawyer. That is a different issue, I don't want myself to inundate with such issues. Sooner the year, on the first of December , I wrote my first blog, about Demonetisation. Yes, that blog was a blockbuster . This modicum of motivation propelled me to write more. Then I garnered information to write about Jallikattu , soon then about the Uttar Pradesh elections. In a week's time came blogs about the Indian Diaspora , the Indian National Congress and about the 1947 Indian Partition. The topics soon started varying from Climatic Change to the Yogi of Uttar Pradesh . Then I went global . More serious problems like Climate Change , USA elections started dominating. After all this hard work the results have yielded.
3500+ views every month, 4 Authors, 150 + subscribers.
These numbers reflect the current scenario of www.aadhimarg.com . This success is attributed to the many friends I have, who have constantly supported me in improving and Innovating the content .
The image below depicts the front cover of our blog, with the latest ones appearing first and the others precede the one's forth
I would like to name the few latent geniuses who are working constantly with Aadhimarg to improvise the content and fill the vials of vitality.
1. Beginning with, Kiran Prasad:
He is the Technical advisor for Aadhimarg Group. He takes care of SEO and advertising. He is also a 17-year old student. He is a friend of mine and we have been friends since the age of 8 . We have been recently developing many other ideas and his serious knowledge in the fields of app development (he has joined LPU university on merit basis for the same course) has been constantly helping us.
He in addition to this job also authors the Computing section of Aadhimarg which is currently under development . His professionalism and his extensive support has helped Aadhimarg in placing itself at the brightspot.
2. Moving Forward, Shreyaa Lakshmi Narayan
She is a hard core, professional writer and an avid reader. She was a classmate of mine. She is of the same age like the others . She has opted for "journalism" for her future studies and that word allured me in selecting her for the prestigious Authorship at Aadhimarg . Her vast areas of expertise includes politics, fiction, medicine and much more. We at Aadhimarg are really happy in having her as an associate colleague amongst us.
Words are few to mention her being . She is a successful writer, she has penned serious articles and also has started writing a fictional book which according to me will be a best-seller. Again we thank Shreyaa for having joined Aadhimarg Group .
3. Sruthi Nandhaa Shanmugam
She is my sister who has always stood by me during hardships. She will be penning the Health and Medicine section of the blog, which is under development. She is currently doing her MBBS at Manipal University , Mangalore . She will also be penning the fiction section of this blog. To mention, she is the seniormost colleague of our growing sorority . Aadhimarg has been bestowed with such beautiful endowments and we thank God for the same .
She is also a photographer and here photos will soon dominate Aadhimarg . We thank her for joining the group and we are also happy to mention that she was a respected member of the Literature club of her alma mater school- Riverside Public School.
I would like to end this story here. This is the story of group of young authors who are animated with energy to do more and to provide a clearer picture of what is happening in the world. We thank all for their continuous support. Please read , subscribe and also share. Link: www.aadhimarg.com . Thank You all for your love.
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