Name: Magan Megh
Social Media Handle/Username: Maganmegh
Introduce Yourself/Tell About Yourself: I am a student and also a poet. I mostly write poems on politicians and politics. i am very interested in politics.
I live in Deshnok, a small village in Bikaner( a district in Rajasthan state)
Right now I write stories about Dalits in India.
i also love photography…..
What Inspires You Every day? : My Family
And the mother nature……..
What is some words of wisdom you live by?: Whenever I wake up in the morning I see people going to work and uploading photos on social media.
I don’t know whether those people are right or wrong but I don’t want to live a life of slavery.
Slaves to the Boss, Slaves to the Phone, Slaves to the Leaders, Slaves to the Rich.
“To be an artist means to be a rebel”
And a rebel can never become a slave……
What is your ultimate goal in life? : I don’t want a good job, I don’t want to be a good slave I just want to be a good person
How have you been during the pandemic and how has it affected you? : My father is a laborer, his earning is very less, it was difficult to meet the expenses of the house and the cost of education.
When Corona came, the government imposed a complete lockdown. Due to which all the business stopped.It became difficult for us to bear the household expenses in lockdown.By the time the lockdown is over, we have got a lot of debt on our heads.Now I work along with studies so that we can pay off the loan.
Government did it wrong by imposing lockdown without thinking.Many families like my family faced trouble.
What is a message you would like to give others? : Government uses the public to fill its stomach. They don’t care whether people live or die. Because of government, rich people become richer and poor people become poorer.
I want people to raise their voice for their rights. I want people to roar. I want people to oppose the corrupt government. All I want is that people should not become slaves, become rebels.
What else would you like to tell others about you or your life?: My life is going through the worries of the family and the struggle between studies and work. But I don’t want to be a slave, I want to be free. I don’t have money but I do have the courage to do revolution.
And now I’ve rebelled…