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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #80 on: November 21, 2013, 01:05:21 PM »
Introductory notes on Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature

                        (A Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Literature)
Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -1
 
                                      Bhishma Kukreti
                   When literacy was in scarcity, society was transferring its knowledge specially management knowledge through folk literature.  It might be true that folk literature was the only source of managing the management training in the past societies of Garhwal-Kumaon and Haridwar.
                      When this author’s book on Garhwali folk tales ‘Garhwal ki Lok Kathayen’ was published and a couple of critics criticized the author on his introductory notes in Hindi daily Hindustan Delhi and Nav Bharat Times Delhi. This author stated that in reality, the Folk Tales are the source of teaching Management to new generation by senior generation. While critics remarked that folk tales are something different than management teaching.
                This author is still of opinion that one of objectives Folk literature and sayings is to carry the teaching of management.
   This author, on following chapters would discuss the different management skills found in Garhwali and Kumaoni folk Literature.

                        Types of Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature
  There are following major branches of Kumaoni-Garhwali folk literature-
1-Folk Songs 
2-Folklores
3-Folk Tales
4-Folk dramas
5-Proverbs and folk Sayings
6-Folk Games, Folk Puzzles, Folk Riddles etc
                         In the following chapters, this author would find the management lesions from above folk literature of Garhwal-Kumaon and Haridwar.
                                  Major Types of Management
 There are following Macro Level Management branches
1-General Management
2- Administration Management
3-Strategy and strategy formulation Management
4-Human Resource Development Management
5-Public Relation Management
6- Agriculture, Seasonal changes  Management
7- Marketing/Business Management
8-Human behavior, Motivation, personal and interpersonal Management
9-Analysis and use of Statics Management
10-Coaching, teaching, counseling Management
11-Intformation technology changes Management
12-Change Management
13- Competence and Competition Management
14- Decisions making Management
15-Crisis and disaster Management
16-Socity, cultural, employment, employees, Management
17-Diversity Management
18-Labor Management
19-Geographical Environment, psychological environment Management
20-Business, entrepreneurship, export-import, marketing Management
21-Opportunity Management
22-Training, teaching Management
23- Parenting Management
24-Health and Safety Management
25- Infrastructure, resources creation Management
26- Happiness Management
27-Forcasting Management
28-Quality, Character building Management
29-Controlling Management
30-Finance Management
31-Knowledge Management
32- All other miscellaneous branches of Management







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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #81 on: November 25, 2013, 12:31:41 PM »
Anger Management lesson in Garhwali Proverb (Folk Literature)
       A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -2
 
                                      Bhishma Kukreti

                     It is true that folk literature is very rarely discussed, analyzed from management point of view.
                   Over all proverbs are the least discussed in the folk literature. Richard C. Trench (1861) remarked that Lord Bacon stated that ‘THE genius, wit, and spirit of a nation are discovered in its proverbs’.
               This author is of opinion that proverbs are the major source of teaching management lesion to children without any formal teaching in any platform as schools.
              According to famous Garhwali proverbs collectors Pushkar Singh Kandari there are more than thirteen thousands proverbs in Garhwali language. These more than thirteen thousand s proverbs definitely show that Garhwal-Kumaon and Haridwar society has been aware about carrying teaching management lesions from one generation to other generation.
          Anger Management Lesson in Garhwali Proverb
 There are tens of Garhwali-Kumaoni-Haridwar proverbs for telling people to manage their emotions.
One such Garhwali Proverb is
गाळि देकि लौड़ गौड़ नि मर्दन अर तातु पाणिन कूड़ नि फुकेंदन
Gali deki laud gaud ni mardan ar taatu panin kood ni fukendan
The literal meaning of the above proverb is
Nobody (your children or cattle) dies by bad words and the house is not burnt by hot boiling water.

              Anger management is one Key to success

             The anger sentiment is a natural emotion of human beings. Definitely anger has to be managed by all means. First of all, we should understand that bad words from other do not mean you also react in the same manners.

                                    Anger Management Advices

1-You should not react immediately- Instead of reacting on sharp comments from others you should just divert for awhile. Philosophers and psychologist suggest to count up to ten case of you are feeling anger.
2-Take a time out-When you get sharp or unbearable comments from somebody you should buy time for reacting on the comments
3- Show your anger only when you are calm and you are in commanding position to manage your emotions
4- Think before commenting – The best way to manage adverse emotion is to think before speaking
5- Have solutions before reacting – Before you react you should have solution for the cause of remarks from other side.
6-Don’t blame directly – In anger management, the best way is not to blame other directly but indirectly.
7- Don’t show hate or complaint – After getting adverse words from other don’t hold grudge, don’t hate or don’t show complaints. Instead show forgiveness
8-Have relaxed mood – You should know to relax in such situation
9-Practice to avoid anger
10-Use humorous words (not teasing sarcastic words) in reacting
11-Be aware about anger – You should know your body and mental situation at the time of anger.
  The above Garhwali proverb is one of the finest teachings for anger management.
   

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     Notes on   Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature to be continued in part -3
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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #82 on: November 25, 2013, 12:32:22 PM »
      Appeal for Exclusivity by Discarding Copying Acts in Garhwali Kumaoni Folk Literature

     (A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
                          Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaoni Folktales -1
                Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -3

                     Research and Review by: Bhishma Kukreti

            Exclusivity has many benefits and copy or duplicating has many harms. Garhwali –Kumaoni proverbs and folktales advise people to discard copying or duplication and appeal people to have exclusivity.  There are many proverbs and folk stories in Kumaon and Garhwal those advise for having exclusivity and be away from copying.
 For example the following proverb stresses not to copy.
सकसौरिन लौड़ गौड़ मारिन (Killing own children and cattle by copying or following others)
 The following folktale also advises us not to follow blindly and also teach that think before taking step.

                     Chhyunti: A Garhwali Folktale, Community Story
                   Chhyunti or ‘Chilgoza fal’ means the pine fruit or pine cone. The pine nuts are in the pine cone or fruit.
                     One day, foolish villagers went to pluck Chhyunti /pine cones from pine forest. The fool villagers saw a big, huge trunked pine with full of pine cones at the steep valley bank.  It was not possible to climb on the tree. They started cutting the pine tree. To stop tree falling into steep valley, few villagers tied themselves with tree by tropes.
 As soon as the tree was cut, the huge tree fell down into the steep valley (Bhel) the villagers who were tied with the pine tree also fell down into valley and died there. The other villagers thought that the villagers who were tied with the tree would take all pine cones. Rest of the villagers jumped into the valley and died instantly.

               Management Lesson about acquiring Exclusivity
1-Exclusivity attracts people attention
2-Exclusivity creates competitive advantages
3-Exclusivity creates specific identity
5-Exclsuvity calls respect
6-Exclusivity brings a Niche

 Loss by Copying or blind followership
1-Copying creates opaque identity
2-Copying does not create identity and spoils identity
3- Copying does not bring attraction and attention
4-Copying brings low respect or might spoil respect
5-Coying is opposite of creating a Niche
6- Following others without any thought is dangerous
7- Copying does not bring competitive advantages


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     Notes on   Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature to be continued in part -4
Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaon Folktales to be continued on part -2
Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni Literature to be continued….
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003 (story as Chhyunti, PP 26-27)
2-Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gadya Parampara, (story as Hilogi ka Lat, pp166)
3- Bhishma Kukreti, 2003, Salan Biten Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
4- Bhishma Kukreti, October 2007, Gadhwali Lok kathaon ma Prabandh Shastra ki suchna, Chitthi Patrika (Lok Ktha Visheshank), Dehradun
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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #83 on: November 25, 2013, 12:32:58 PM »

              Resource Management in Garhwali Folktale

     (A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
                                (Folktales for Managers Series)
                          Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaoni Folktales -2
                Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -4

                     Research and Review by: Bhishma Kukreti

                       Every society is always busy in providing management training to its members. One the major factor in management is resource management. One aspect is to search and use the resource. The best way of resource management is to select resource from the available sources.
 Resource management is the competent and efficient use of organization resources at the time of need.
   One of the main strategies of resource management is to take the stock of available resource. The following Garhwali folktale tells us that first exploit the available materials.
                         Gay ki Punch aur Bhut; a Garhwali Folktale, Community Story 

                     Many rainy seasons back, there was village. The villagers were happy and simple living. Once, evil souls (Bhut) started harassing the villagers in night, Bhut used to torture villagers. Every family did ritual performances to get rid of Bhut. The Bhut were much powerful than power of rituals.
                The villagers went to caws to help them from get ridding Bhut.
 Caws met and discussed the matter seriously. In evening, caw spread around the village borders.
                    In night, Bhut came to enter into village. Caw asked Bhut not to enter into village till Bhut accept the challenge from caws. Bhut arrogantly accepted the challenge from caw.
                Caw put a condition that if Bhut could count the numbers of hair of their tail, Bhut could enter into village. Bhut were arrogant and foolishly, they accepted the challenge of caws.
  Each Bhut started counting the hair of caw tail. It was just impossible to count hair of caw tail. If any Bhut would count hair up to certain extant the caw would shake her tail and Bhut would not count the hair. Every Bhut was busy in counting the hair of each caw tail. However every Bhut was failed in counting hair. In the mean time it was morning and Bhut had to return.
             The same event ran for many nights but no Bhut could count the hair of caw tail. At the end Bhut accepted the defeat and agreed not to enter into village.
                 From that day, whenever any person is afraid of Bhut the person would catch the tail of caw and Bhut would not touch the human.

               Exploiting of Available resource ingredient is first Task of Resource Management
 
                      In the above story, the villagers have caws available all the time. The folktale creator was knowledgeable that Evil Soul effect is nothing but a psychological aspect. The folk tale creator finds catching caw tail as the remedy for eradicating Bhut (Evil Soul).
          Every manager should first study the available resource ingredient and should exploit the same.  For example, the promotion from the available personnel in the organization is the best choice in managing resource.
                      Every country should first exploit the product and service available in the region to promote tourism than going for newer products or services.
 The purchase manager should find first the materials from nearest available source.
 The marketing manager should make branding base on the available factor in the brand.
         


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     Notes on   Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature to be continued in part -4
Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaon Folktales, Folk Stories, traditional Narratives, Community stories to be continued on part -3
Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni Literature to be continued….
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003 (story as Chhyunti, PP 26-27)
2-Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gadya Parampara, (story as Hilogi ka Lat, pp166)
3- Bhishma Kukreti, 2003, Salan Biten Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
4- Bhishma Kukreti, October 2007, Gadhwali Lok kathaon ma Prabandh Shastra ki suchna, Chitthi Patrika (Lok Ktha Visheshank), Dehradun
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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #84 on: November 25, 2013, 01:34:38 PM »
Social Welfare the Chief Aim of Management and Individuals in Garhwali Folktales

     (A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
                                (Folktales for Managers Series)
                          Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaoni Folktales -3
                Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -5

                     Research and Review by: Bhishma Kukreti

                     Indian philosophy is not based on individual benefits but advocates human benefits as whole.  Epic Mahabharata speaks about social causes as chief aim of Kingdom management. The best book on management ‘Shukra Neeti’ stresses on social cause management by chief executive officer (King). Manu Smiriti talks about social benefits /social welfare are the sole job of king. Markandey Puran (Devi Mahatamya) advocates about prayers or rituals for group benefits; fear eradication devices for human beings, defending the world; growth for world; eradication of harms for world; Fear eradication from whole of world; creating disease free world; hassles free world; sin free world; poverty free world; etc.
                                      Garhwali folk stories are full of social cause /social welfare management lessons. The following community tale is example of social cause /social welfare management lesson in Garhwali folk stories-

                       Nath Ban Gaye (They accepted Nath Sect) a Garhwali tale for Managers

              There tens of community stories with each caste in Garhwal. The following story is a Kukreti community story from village Jaspur, Malla Dhangu, Pauri Garhwal, North India.
                    Long back a Kukreti from South India settled in Jaspur, Pauri Garhwal, North India. Once upon a time Kukreti of Jaspur was famous for Mantrik and Tantric (folk ritual priests). There were two brothers in the family named Jasdev Ji and Ran Dev Ji. Jas Dev Ji was elder than Ran Dev Ji.  Both had great respect and love for each other. Jas Dev Ji and Ran Dev Ji were great and famous Tantrik and Mantrik of the region. No other Mantrik and Tantrik could compete with them.
                However, after some time, Ran Dev Ji started using his Manta and Tantra knowledge for mischievous acts.  Ran Dev Ji used his Tantrik-Mantrik power to burn the standing crops. Ran Dev Ji started his Mantra-Tantra knowledge for harming people and animals. Even Ran Dev Ji burnt forest to show his supremacy. Many times, seniors of village and his own elder brother Jas Dev Ji made Ran Dev Ji understand to stop harmful application of Mantra and Tantra.
               Ran Dev Ji did not pay attention others advices and continue indulging himself in using his Mantrik –Tantrik power in harmful deeds for human beings.
                            One day, villagers decided to exile Ran Dev Ji from Jaspur to another place.  Jaspur villagers provided land to Ran Dev Ji two miles away from Jaspur in south west direction. Ran Dev Ji started residing in that place. Ran Dev Ji had great love for his mother land Jaspur. Ran Dev Ji requested Jaspur fellows to provide land for his cremation in his mother land Jaspur.  Jaspur fellow granted. Repenting for his misdeeds, Ran Dev Ji accepted a sect called Dalya or Nath Sampraday. A great Dalya Guru from Gorakhnath Sect accepted Ran Dev Ji as his disciple.
                The new village of Ran Dev Ji is called Raneth. Still, after so many hundreds years of Ran Dev Ji‘s migrating to Raneth village, the villagers bury their dead people in village Jaspur. The burial place of Dalyas of Raneth called Dalyon-Math.  It is said that Ran Dev Ji blessed that no Bhut-Pichas or notorious, dangerous, evil soul would harm any person of Jaspur. No Jaspur villagers feel any fear of catching by Bhut-Pisach in Math area. The Jaspur children play on the stones of Samadhi of Math but they never caught by Bhut-Pichas.
                     The villagers of the region respect Dalya of Raneth and pay respect them as they pay respect to Brahmin Guru.
**Late Shrimati Kwanra Devi Kukreti and her son late Shri Mohan Lal Kukreti of Jaspur narrated the story to me –Bhishma Kukreti

           Social Cause or Social Welfare as main responsibility of Organizations and Individuals

  The primary task of any organization and its management is to enhance human values and social welfare.
                   Every organization and its management and individual should contribute in social cause works or social welfare acts without any second thought.
                        Unless and until the society gets benefits from organization an individual the organization and individuals are burden on the society.
             The public interest is not distinct or different than the organization or its management and individuals.
             There should be social issues in each act of organizations whether they are private, cooperative or government.
         Organization and individuals should pay attention on clean or pure geographical and social environment of the area.
There should be balance between organizational or individual ambitions and ambition of society where organization and individuals exist.
Each organization and for that matter individuals too should create strategies for social welfare.
Social welfare should be inbuilt within  organizational strategies.





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     Notes on   Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature to be continued in part -4
Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaon Folktales, Folk Stories, traditional Narratives, Community stories to be continued on part -3
Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni Literature to be continued….
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003 (story as Chhyunti, PP 26-27)
2-Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gadya Parampara, (story as Hilogi ka Lat, pp166)
3- Bhishma Kukreti, 2003, Salan Biten Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
4- Bhishma Kukreti, October 2007, Gadhwali Lok kathaon ma Prabandh Shastra ki suchna, Chitthi Patrika (Lok Ktha Visheshank), Dehradun
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                              Chipadau Kood -The Lizard House   

                  Garhwali Folktales for Managers from Garhwal part- 4   

                        Folk Tales Collected and edited by: Bhishma Kukreti

                 The tale is about ancient time. There was lizard and she was houseless. Ii was sever winter time. There was snow fall and lizard took shelter on tree trunk. As soon as the night was progressing the lizard was shrinking. The cold was beyond her bearing power. The lizard took a vow that in morning she would build her own house. The lizard planned that she would collect twigs and would build a nest as birds do so.  She imagined that she had a nest and in winter she was living comfortably in her house.
       When the sun arose the lizard started taking sun. By sun rays she felt warm. Slowly and slowly she was comfortable and she forgot building her own house. By then, night started covering the area and she climbed on the tree. Again the snow fell and lizard vowed to build the nest. It was morning on another day and lizard started taking sun rays.  The lizard forgot building nest.
              For many nights, the lizard used to take vow for building nest and every morning after sun arising she used to forget building nest.
          On a dark night, there was heavy snow fall. The cold was again unbearable. The cold was so severe that lizard died of severe cold.  Had the lizard would have built nest she would be alive.

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                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003


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Significance of Strategy Execution: a Management lesson in Garhwali Folktale

(A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
                                (Folktales for Managers Series)
                          Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaoni Folktales -4
                Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -6

                     Research and Review by: Bhishma Kukreti

                  Execution means the act of executing something.
                 It is important for every human being to imagine, to plan and to execute the plan for making dream true.
          The utmost importance is execution of dream, plan or imagination.
         An IT firm CEO Mike Roach states that Planning without execution is nothing but Hallucination.   
                  The following Garhwali folktale persuades that unless the person executes the plan the planning is useless.

                              Chipadau Kood -The Lizard House:  a Garhwali Folktale for Manager


                 The tale is about ancient time. There was lizard and she was houseless. Ii was sever winter time. There was snow fall and lizard took shelter on tree trunk. As soon as the night was progressing the lizard was shrinking. The cold was beyond her bearing power. The lizard took a vow that in morning she would build her own house. The lizard planned that she would collect twigs and would build a nest as birds do so.  She imagined that she had a nest and in winter she was living comfortably in her house.
       When the sun arose the lizard started taking sun. By sun rays she felt warm. Slowly and slowly she was comfortable and she forgot building her own house. By then, night started covering the area and she climbed on the tree. Again the snow fell and lizard vowed to build the nest. It was morning on another day and lizard started taking sun rays.  The lizard forgot building nest.
              For many nights, the lizard used to take vow for building nest and every morning after sun arising she used to forget building nest.
          On a dark night, there was heavy snow fall. The cold was again unbearable. The cold was so severe that lizard died of severe cold.  Had the lizard would have built nest she would be alive.
                                   Planning and Execution

 “At some point, you have to stop planning and start doing” (unknown quote)
 Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan the authors of book ‘Execution: The Discipline of Things Getting Done” define ‘Execution’,” Execution is the great undressed issue in the business world today. Its absence is the single biggest obstacle to success and the cause of most of the disappointments that are mistakenly attributed to other causes.”
                David Arella states that following guidelines from the above book ‘Execution: The Discipline of Things Getting Done” are important for organizations from execution point of view -
1-There must be accountability, clear objectives, accurate methods for measuring the performances and right rewards for performers.
2- Following up the execution is part and partial of execution.
3-Usually managers blame to the strategy for the failures. However, in most of the cases, the results went wrong because executions were wrong or were not delivered.
4-In any effective and result oriented execution the interactions with ground people is the only key factors.
5- The interactions along with execution bring realities on the surface
6-Usually unrealistic plans fail.
7-Simple plan or goal is the key for successful execution. Everybody should know their responsibility for successful execution.
8-There should be robust discussion at the time of planning and each should be agreed upon planned methods.

                                    Barriers and Solutions in executing the plan

 A consulting firm Project Leadership states that there are following barriers in executing the plans
1-The strategy is not clear
2-The plan is overly optimistic
3-No one is responsible for results
4-The plan has not been actively deployed
5-The plan is static
 The consulting firm advices to overcome those barriers by taking following measure for successful execution-
1-Invest the time to clear the strategy or plan
2-Define priorities
3-Raise the stakes
4-Moblize the troops
5- Make an execution process
                   Therefore the mangers should take care about execution as soon as the strategy is formulated and concluded.


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     Notes on   Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature to be continued….
Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaon Folktales, Folk Stories, traditional Narratives, Community stories to be continued …
Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni Literature to be continued….
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003 (story as Chhyunti, PP 26-27)
2-Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gadya Parampara, (story as Hilogi ka Lat, pp166)
3- Bhishma Kukreti, 2003, Salan Biten Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
4- Bhishma Kukreti, October 2007, Gadhwali Lok kathaon ma Prabandh Shastra ki suchna, Chitthi Patrika (Lok Ktha Visheshank), Dehradun
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Re: Let Us be Effective Manager (Mangament Guru)-By Bi
« Reply #87 on: November 27, 2013, 09:57:10 AM »
                Dwi Ashaband Dhibriyun Katha:  The Story of two Pregnant She Sheep:

    Garhwali Folktales/Fables/Traditional stories for Managers /executives/boss/supervisors from Garhwal part- 4   

                        Folk Tales Collected and edited by: Bhishma Kukreti

         Usually, there is no name for folk stories in Garhwali. For example, this story is sometime called by narrator as ‘Dubasta ki katha (story of pregnancy) and sometime narrator calls it ‘Naunuyalun Kun Katha’ (story for children). Depending upon situation, many times, the narrator changes animals from birds to foxes to monkeys etc.
                    The Story of two Pregnant She Sheep: Garhwali Folktale for Managers

                 Long back in our village, there were two she sheep in sheep yard.  One was Mayali Dhibari and second was Gargari Dhibari. They were Devrani and Jithani Wives of two brothers). They were sisters from father side and mother side too. However, both had different characters.
               Once, they became pregnant together. Mayali Dhibari used to walk on plain path and Gargari Dhibari never cared for plain paths. Mayali Dhibari used to think about her kid becoming simple and sober sheep. While Gargari used to imagine that her kid would be a greater fighter. Mayali prayed from God to have sage type of kid and Gargari asked an agile kid. Mayali requested god to gift her a honest kid and Gargari went for arrogant kid.
            Mayali took care in walking, sitting, standing, talking, choosing plant leaves for eating and sleeping but Gargari never took care in any her acts in pregnancy.
 When the time came for child delivery there was smooth delivery for Mayali Dhibari.
               However, there was hardship for Gargari she sheep. Gargari sheep had to experience delivery pain for two days and nights. At the end her masters had to pull the kid from her uterus. Gargari sheep died at the time of child delivery.
 The kid of Mayali was sober, simple and likable by others. However, the kid of Gargari was angry, notorious and seldom had others liked him.  The kid of Gargari was always ready to fight everybody.
 One day, in fierce fighting an elder he sheep killed the kid of Gargari sheep.





                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003
2- Bhishma Kukreti 2003, Salan Biten Garhwali Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun


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               Pregnancy Care Management Lessons in Garhwali Folktales

(A Research Review on Garhwali-Kumaoni –Haridwar Folk Literature)
                                (Folktales for Managers Series)
                          Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaoni Folktales -5
                Management Lessons in Garhwali –Kumaoni Folk Literature part -7

                     Research and Review by: Bhishma Kukreti

                    Pregnancy is the marvelous time in the life of all females whether plants or animals. The pregnant woman has to live a calm, peaceful and content life in pregnancy. The pregnant woman has to think positive in pregnant period.
 The following folktale from Garhwal (India) directs that the pregnant woman has to pay attention on her physical health and mental health too for smooth child delivery. Positive thinking is the message from the folktale besides tips for life style in pregnancy period.

                    The Story of two Pregnant She Sheep: Garhwali Folktale for Managers

                 Long back in our village, there were two she sheep in sheep yard.  One was Mayali Dhibari and second was Gargari Dhibari. They were Devrani and Jithani Wives of two brothers). They were sisters from father side and mother side too. However, both had different characters.
               Once, they became pregnant together. Mayali Dhibari used to walk on plain path and Gargari Dhibari never cared for plain paths. Mayali Dhibari used to think about her kid becoming simple and sober sheep. While Gargari used to imagine that her kid would be a greater fighter. Mayali prayed from God to have sage type of kid and Gargari asked an agile kid. Mayali requested god to gift her a honest kid and Gargari went for arrogant kid.
            Mayali took care in walking, sitting, standing, talking, choosing plant leaves for eating and sleeping but Gargari never took care in any her acts in pregnancy.
 When the time came for child delivery there was smooth delivery for Mayali Dhibari.
               However, there was hardship for Gargari she sheep. Gargari sheep had to experience delivery pain for two days and nights. At the end her masters had to pull the kid from her uterus. Gargari sheep died at the time of child delivery.
 The kid of Mayali was sober, simple and likable by others. However, the kid of Gargari was angry, notorious and seldom had others liked him.  The kid of Gargari was always ready to fight everybody.
 One day, in fierce fighting an elder he sheep killed the kid of Gargari sheep.

                                Tips for Pregnancy Care
1-Visit Doctors regularly. In case of rural women, they should visit at least once in a quarter to professional medical centers for check up.
2- The pregnant woman should take balance diet every day.
3-Get advice from medical practitioners for taking vitamins or minerals
 4- Engage yourself in required exercise as per expert advice
5-Be calm and peaceful for adequate and sound sleep
6-Wear safe dress and shoes and wear dress as per season and activities
7- Be away from stress
8-Don’t smoke and do not allow outside smoke too.
9-Do not use alcohol or other addictive materials
10-Take medicines as per advice of doctors and do not take over the counter medicines (OTC)
11- Take water as per need and advice from doctor
12- Clean Environment is a must 






 (The above tips are general tips and do not guarantee as professional advice)


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Management Lessons in Garhwali-Kumaon Folktales, Folk Stories, traditional Narratives, Community stories to be continued …
Research Review of Garhwali-Kumaoni Literature to be continued….
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003 (story as Chhyunti, PP 26-27)
2-Anil Dabral, 2007, Garhwali Gadya Parampara, (story as Hilogi ka Lat, pp166)
3- Bhishma Kukreti, 2003, Salan Biten Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun
4- Bhishma Kukreti, October 2007, Gadhwali Lok kathaon ma Prabandh Shastra ki suchna, Chitthi Patrika (Lok Ktha Visheshank), Dehradun
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               Kunti ar Gandhari Prasav: Childbirth /Parturition by Kunti and Gandhari

    Garhwali Folktales/Fables/Traditional stories for Managers /executives/boss/supervisors from Garhwal part- 6   

                        Folk Tales Collected and edited by: Bhishma Kukreti

                          Folktales also provide the society many precautions for various complex situations. Childbirth or Child delivery is a complex process.  Child delivery is an intense event today too.
            In old time, in villages, there were no professional medical facilities for child delivery. The village women use to take care for all arrangement of child birth. In Garhwal, there are sayings, proverbs and folktales for pregnancy care and for delivering the child by women.  One of Garhwali folk sayings or folktales about child delivery care is as follows-

                     Kunti ar Gandhari Prasav: Childbirth /Parturition by Kunti and Gandhari

                   The initial part of folk story is taken from Mahabharata epic. Dhritrarashtra was the eldest prince, Pandu was younger prince and Vidur was youngest prince of Kuru dynasty Kingdom Hastinapur. Since, Dhritrirashtra was blind by birth the crown was ascended to Pandu.  However, Pandu had to leave kingdom and had to spend his life in forest due to a sinful act. 
                 For time being Dhritrirashtra was acting as King of Kuru Kingdom. It was decided by nobles that whoever is elder from Dhritrirashtra and Pandu sons would be Kuru Hastinapur King. Gandhari was wife of Dhritrirashtra and Kunti was wife of Pandu.
                  Coincidently, Gandhari and Kunti conceived simultaneously or both became pregnant at the same time.  Gandhari was in Hastinapur city or capital of Hastinapur. Kunti was with Pandu in forest. Both Gandhari and Kunti were eager to deliver child earlier than other.
  On the ninth month of pregnancy of both women, both were eager to deliver child before other. Both Gandhari and Kunti felt parturition pain or first phase of delivery pain at the same time though they were far from each other.
                 As soon as child delivery pain started Kunti went to a Banyan tree. She caught aerial root of Banyan tree and hung her there for time to time for contraction-expansion. In appropriate time, she delivered a male child.
              In Hastinapur, as soon as Gandhari felt first phase of child delivery pain she came out of palace and she started running after goats on the field with speed for contraction and expansion.  She ran after goats for much time. Unfortunately for Gandhari, she got miscarriage. Gandhari delivered a clump of flesh and blood. She kept that blood-flesh clump into a pitcher. Till that time, the news came in Hastinapur that Kunti (wife of Pandu) delivered a male child. Sage Vyas came to Hastinapur and through ritual performance he transformed the flesh-blood mass into hundred sons and a daughter of Gandhari. Eldest was the son and his name was Duryodhan.
           Kunti took right path of child delivery and Gandhari choose wrong path of child delivery and Yudhistar the son of Pandu-Kunti came into this earth earlier than Duryodhan (eldest son from flesh-blood mass) the son of Dhritrirashtra-Gandhari.

 
@@ This story was narrated by Shri Ram Prasad Kukreti, village Mall, Malla Dhangu, , Pauri Garhwal
                  References
1-Bhishma Kukreti, 1984, Garhwal Ki Lok Kathayen, Binsar Prakashan, Lodhi Colony, Delhi 110003
2- Bhishma Kukreti 2003, Salan Biten Garhwali Lok Kathayen, Rant Raibar, Dehradun


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