Saturday, October 24, 2015

play youtube videos in mplayer : fedora 22


  • install mplayer
  • install youtube-dl on your system
sudo dnf install youtube-dl
  • grab the url from your browser for the video or the video list ( we are using the list URL) and replace it in the command below. ( replace the highlighted text with the URL)
sudo mplayer -cookies -cookies-file /tmp/cookie.txt $(youtube-dl -g --cookies /tmp/cookie.txt "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRPh2H10_To&list=PLQZAt8P89Mc-Ggd1mJUGIyjLVEI8sBs4Y&index=1") 
and say thanks to  Kris Occhipinti

watch video tutorial at :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCuq0_nY3Xk

yes I want you to copy it and watch with mplayer.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

-------------- कतरनें -------------------

" शून्य "

शून्य लिखा था , सुना था , देखा था,
आज महसूस किया है,
इसका ओर ही छोर है , ये चमके तो शोर है,
चुपके से जुड़ता , ये बड़ा चोर है। 
जुड़ा है गुणा जैसा,इसका ये प्यार कैसा,
खुद को बढाकर , मिटा गया मुझे ऐसा। 
जा , कहीं  और जुड़ , कहीं  और चमक
किसी और किताब का तकिया बना,
खुश ? अब तू और मैं बराबर ,तेरा मेरा हिसाब बराबर ।
 

" क्या शाम जलेगी ? "

चलो पानी का टीला बनाये ,
रेत अब रही कहाँ,
खून से धरती सींचे ,
बारिश में वो बात कहाँ,
चलो ये पन्ने जलाये , कही तो आग लगेगी
जितना मैं जल रहा हूँ , क्या कभी कोई शाम जलेगी ?


" चौराहा "

मैं राहों को काटता, दिशाओं को बांटता,
अकेला खड़ा रहता, धूल चाटता। 
हाथ फैलाये कही और भी खड़ा मैं,परिवार में अपने ,हर एक से जुड़ा मैं। 
गाडी हो या नाड़ी मुझे  ढूंढती है ,
ये पूरी दुनिया मेरे चारों ओर घूमती है।
हर कोई परेशान रहता मुझे देखकर,
सिर्फ ये बत्तियां मुझे देख झूमती हैं।

 --
नरेंद्र पंत
२२ अगस्त , २०१५

काश..

मन है एक बार जुड़ जाऊं , ये हर सुबह वही ख़त ख़त की आवाज़ , वही पीली धूप और उसमे पके हुई ईट से पीले काले चेहरे , अब ऊबने से लगे हैं . फिर से मैं जाकर बैठ गया उस  गली के मोड़ पर , दिन को मेरी किस्मत से रश्क था , जो  आज भी वो लेकर आ गया तपता सूरज , एक बूँद  भी जब तक है ,,वो चमकते रहेगा ,,सूख सी गयी है जान ,, खून पसीने की क्या मजाल की आँख उठा कर देख लें . चुपचाप गिरते रहे सालो से जमीं पर , उनके साथ ही बह गए , सारे सवाल और कुछ जवाब . किस्से से कहानियाँ और कहानी से किवदंतियां बनते हुए देखा मैंने उन बूंदों को , चाह्ह्ये खून हो , पसीना हो या पानी ,, क्या फरक पड़ता है , किसे परवाह है ,, कुछ भी गिरे ,, मिटटी गीली होती है कीचड  बनता है ,, और  दुनिया लाँघ कर चली जाती है , अब इसमें भी अगर वाद विवाद होने लगा तो समय बर्बाद हो जायेगा न , उन लोगो का जो देश का भाग्य लिखने गद्दी पर बैठे हैं , मैं कोई खूबसूरत बला थोड़े ही हूँ , जो वो मुझे अपने मोबिल पर भी देखेंगे , मैं तो यूँ जमीन से जुड़ा हूँ की उनकी मोटर कार की पूरी खुली खिड़की से भी नहीं दीखता , पास भी आकर देखे तो उसकी तोंद आड़े आ जाती है ,, मैं तो  मछ्छर  हुआ जी ,, ये कहते कहते दीनू रुक गया .. दूर से कोई आवाज़ लगा रहा था ..

चलो जी ,, चलें .. आ गया न्योता ...अ ओ मुना .. उठा जा ये ,, अभी तक ऊँघ  रहा है .. चावल की  बोरी जैसा .. हिल थोडा .. अपनी तो शाम की रोटी जा जुगाड़ हो गया

.. दीनू यहाँ आ ,,ये आते की बोरी मास्टर जी के यहाँ पहुंचा आ , ले ये पर्ची , इसमें लिखही घर का पता,यह कहते हुए लालाजी ने यूँ जोर से गरज़ना की , की मुन्ना की भी नीद खुल गयी .. बड़ी गैस है ,, पेट मलते हुए लालाजी लेट गए गद्दी पर .  मालिक हमे पढना कहाँ आये ,  आप कान मे फूक दो ,, हम याद कर लेंगे .. दो कदम पीछे हटते हुए दीनू बोला . अच्छा इधर आ , ये था तो न्योता पास आने का , पर मन को संदेह था की ,, भोपल्की तरह मैं गैस त्रासदी का शिकार न हो जाऊं . सही कहा बुजुर्गो ने कि अपने आँख , कान खुले रखो , किसी ने नाक का ज़िक्र नहीं किया. मैं ठहरा अनपद ग्वार लेकिन लकिन इतनी अक्कल तो थी ही, कान के परदे बड़े कर और नाक कि गुफाएं छोटी .. हाँ मालिक बोलिए .. उनके हाथ में पर्ची थमा दी .

एक दिन पड़ोस वाले भीकू की बिटिया समझा रही थी .. कि हम सांस में आफ सीजन लेते हैं , उसदिन तो लगा कि अपने अन्दर मशीन बड़ी सही वाली लगी है , हवा से भी हवा निकाल कर अन्दर करती है .. लेकिन फिलहाल फेफड़ो में जो भी था उसमे ऑफ सीजन  की कमी लग रही थी . मन में दीनू ने सोचा ये हवा के चक्कर में कहाँ रोटी को भूल गया .. हवा से पेट थोड़े ही भरता है . और उठा ली बोरी अपनी पीठ पर.

मास्टर जी का डेरा गाँव के दूसरे छोर पर  पाठशाला से कोई ५० कदम की दूसरी पर था. ये लम्बी सुनहली दाड़ी थी उनकी की छोटी चिड़िया तो घोसला बना के निकल जाये ,उसको खबर हुए बिना। गाँव वाले उनकी बड़ी इज्ज़त करते थे , मास्टर जी ने अपना जीवन बच्चो को पढ़ने के लिए लगा दिया था।  कभी पाठशाला से हटकर कुछ दखा ही नहीं , उम्र ढल रही थी पर आज भी वो उसी जोश के साथ पढ़ाते और यूँ बच्चो को साधते जैसे की इक्कीस की दहलीज़ अभी लांघी हो. किताबो और बच्चो से  से इतना प्यार कि विवाह उनको व्यवधान लगा . यूँ तो मैं कई सालो से लाला के यहाँ काम कर रहा हूँ लेकिन आज पहली बार उनके घर जा रहा हूँ.
याद आ गए वो दिन जब मास्टर जी मुझे धूप में खड़ा होने कि सजा देते थे , तब सबक सीख लिया होता तो आज शायद धूप में न डोलना पड़ता कभी इस गली कभी उस गली.  जैसे जैसे कदम रास्ता नाप रह थे , मन में एक टीस उठा रही थी कि काश . ..

Saturday, March 7, 2015

" रंग "

पिचकारी की धार में , खंजर के वार में ,
ढूंढ रहा गुलाल में , कहाँ छिपा है तू?

ऐब इतने छुपे तुझ में, तू काला, नीला, भूरा, पीला,
मैं भी कुछ ऐसा ही, क्या तू आ छुपा मुझ में?

देखता हूँ छुपकर तुझे, अपने ही भीतर अभी,
तू घुला हुआ हर सांस में , ये एहसास होता कभी,
पर जब खून के संग भागता , हाथ लग जाता तभी। 

है बैर तुझसे कुछ ऐसा , तेरे प्यार जैसा,
तू घुलता भी पानी में , और धुलता भी पानी में, 
सामने कमज़ोर सा , मज़बूत है कहानी में। 

तू उमंग है ? तरंग है ? या जीने का ढंग है ?
पर पता किसको , कौन ढूंढे , यहाँ छिड़ी जंग है.
तू रंग है,  हाँ रंग है।

-- नरेंद्र पंत
७ मार्च २०१५

Friday, February 13, 2015

Valentine’s day

Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil
MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best
to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed.

“Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a
relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their
significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes.
Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there
are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first
outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner
is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge
cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is
that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain
the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the
second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome
is that neither gifts.

“The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether,
but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the
holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a
game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to
sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

read full article at : http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html

http://time.com/3703157/valentines-day-single-is-better/
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy
Do Valentine’s day gifts also satisfy the test of economic rationality? Neil MacArthur and Mariana Adshade use game theory to show why it is best to avoid such gifts, especially if a couple is already committed. “Valentine’s Day, essentially, is a game in which each person who is in a relationship must choose between two strategies; buy a gift for their significant other or do nothing to celebrate the day,” the duo writes. Given that there are two players, each with two strategic options, there are three possible outcomes that can happen on the day. The first outcome is that both buy gifts, and are satisfied to learn that their partner is committed to the relationship. But that satisfaction comes at a huge cost as most Valentine day gifts are over-priced. The second outcome is that one partner buys a gift and the other does not. One need not explain the consequence. Suffice to say that break-ups tend to spike up in the second half of February, according to Facebook data. The third outcome is that neither gifts. “The best strategy would be for couples to ignore the holiday altogether, but they won’t because there is just too much pressure to conform to the holiday traditions from both inside and outside the relationship. From a game strategic perspective, participating in the holiday just leads to sub-optimal outcomes,” the duo argues.

Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/R7yI19uSXGHaJbi34jBDIL/The-economics-of-love-and-marriage.html?utm_source=copy

Monday, January 19, 2015

भ्यास

अल्माड़ में नालि  बगनयी , कच्यार पट्ट बाट हये गयी 
नगर पालिका जे के छ , नरक पालिका हये ग्ये ।
मु  पजाम मल्ली के स्वेर बेर हिटनु  , 
पढ़ी लिखी मैस बोलनी ,
तौ  देखो कार्टून ।

कि करू हो, तुमर जस सहुर कां ,
तुमुल  झाड़ झाड़ बेर बाट में डालो  , 
घरक कुड़ देइ बटि भनका हालो,
मु ख्वार बचुने टिनक छात ढकनू  
पढ़ी लिखी मैस बोलनी ,
अये ग्यो कार्टून ।

जस अल्माड़क हाल छ , 
तौ प्रशासनक कमाल  छ , 
मैसनक चाल छ, पुरि दाल काव  छ। 
पोरी बेर ले कौ , आज ले कै गयुं 
जाग जाओ , तुम तो सैप छा 
म्योर  कि, 
मि तौ  भ्यास-क-भ्यासे  रे गयुं। 

--
नरेंद्र पंत
जनवरी २०१५