About Lord Our Righteousness

Living away from home is not easy. More often than not when someone moves away from home for studies, renting a flat seems like a big task, that’s when people find a decent shelter in hostels. Hostel life in India is only next to Army life, in terms of living. Everyone is on their own yet everyone is dependent on each other. If you have seen 3 Idiots you must have a fair idea of how hostel life looks like, if you have lived in hostels, you know exactly what we are talking about. Here are some reasons why hostel life prepares you for the real world. A hostel is like a family of students with the superintendent as the head. ... Students learn the value of discipline. It teaches them a sense of responsibility in matters of taking care of books, clothes and health. Students do all the works with their own hands, thus becoming self-dependent. ‘It’s a home away from home’. Ultimately, you will cherish every moment spent in this heaven and feel nostalgic about it after your college days. You will be groomed to become a person with a strong sense of independence and self-reliance. Hostel life is the most memorable part of everyone’s life. This is the time when hostlers are away from their families. The moments of hostel life give a lot of fun there is no doubt in it. Here you can find some important reasons to why hostel life is memorable in your life? When you are going into a hostel you will lose your secure and comfortable which you will get from your home. However, it is the best time to spend time with new friends. The hostel life induces to community feeling. We stand for the rights of people belonging to hostel from different caste and region, gender, but there is only one community called hostel mates. In hostel life you will get sudden and surprise parties like birthday parties etc. At home also you will celebrate parties, but when you celebrate parties in the hostel it will give us a lot of fun and memories because the parties in a hostel will rock due to lots of friends in hostel and activities. Up to this time you will share your things like memories and stuff, experiences, etc.… with your friends and family members but hardly with strangers. While living in a hostel you will share your room with other hostelers. If the roommate doesn’t have any stuff you will bind to share your stuff with them. It generates a feeling in you to help the other in times of need with whatever meager possessions you have. It is a lifechanging experience which evolves your outlook towards life and your goals to a new level. As a person, you become more responsible, independent, and social. You learn to act as a basic doctor, a plumber, an electrician, a cleaner, a washer, and much more! You no longer have to request your mother to wash your clothes, to make snacks and tea or coffee for you, or to chase a lizard away. You would not mind your friends wearing your clothes, finishing off your entire semester’s supply of special home-made ladoos or other delicious ‘Ghar ka Khana’. You learn to take decisions completely on your own; no one is there to correct or reprimand you. You learn to become self-dependent. You can listen to loud music when you want to, or watch any movie at any time. Even seniors enjoy helping out their juniors at all times, be it day or night. In the hostel, you make an everlasting unbreakable bond with all the other hostellers and at the end, you might not have a trophy or medal to show for it, but you will carry great memories of hostel wing friends, class friends, study group friends, notes-sharing friends, and seniors with you when you leave. At the end of 4 years, you will find it hard to battle your tears while reminiscing the memories and the bonds that you shared with these friends.