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Save Oceans to Save Ourselves

About 71% of the Earth is covered with water. This means that the remaining 29% of the area is occupied by land. Which is less than half the amount of water. Nevertheless, 29% of this land activity has a strong impact on the oceans.

Our oceans and seas are worlds in themselves. They are home to scores of marine life. The oceans produce the oxygen we breathe, provide food and regulate the climate. The way we treat our oceans affects not only the life that lives within it, but us as well.

Every year millions of sharks are killed for their fins, which is a delicacy in some parts of the world. Although it is legal to capture some specs, illegal sharks are traded. The shark’s wings have been cut off and the rest of the body thrown into the sea to avoid declaring a full animal at the port.

The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has increased in the last few decades. This has led to acidification of the ocean, the ocean has absorbed carbon dioxide and it reduces the chemical balance of water. The acidification of the oceans threatens the entire seafood web.

Drought can be Disastrous for Both “The Economy and Human Life.”

A common definition of drought is a prolonged period of unusually low rainfall, which leads to water scarcity. They can occur over a long period and can be disastrous for both the economy and human life.

Droughts happen when there is not enough rain for a long period of time. It’s not like a dry spell – there is so little precipitation (rain, snow, sleet or any kind of moisture) that a whole region starts to dry out. Sometimes a drought takes decades to develop fully and they are very difficult to predict.

During the drought there is so little rain that an entire area starts drying up. When there is little or no rain, plants and crops can die because there is an extreme lack of moisture in the soil for them to grow. When the rainfall is below normal for several weeks, months, or years, the water level begins to fall dramatically. If the dry season continues and water-supply problems develop.

It is caused by drier than normal conditions that can eventually lead to water supply problems. Really hot temperatures can make a drought worse by evaporating moisture from the soil. But droughts don’t just happen in hot and dry places. Read More…

How Does Cloud Form

Formation of Clouds when the invisible water vapor in the air condenses into visible water droplets or ice crystals. For this to happen, the parcel of air must be saturated, i.e. unable to hold all the water it contains in vapor form, so it starts to condense into a liquid or solid form.

Water constantly moves from the earth to the air and back again. The constant circulation of water is known as the water cycle. The water in seas, rivers, lakes. ponds or streams evaporates because of the heat of the sun. Plants also give out large amounts of water from their leaves. The water vapour rises up. The air higher up in the atmosphere is cooler.

This cools the water vapour and its condenses to form tiny drop of water. These drops of water together form clouds. As the clouds get cooled further, the water drops become bigger and heavier. When they become too heavy, they fall on the earth as rain and fill the sources of water like river, ponds, streams, etc. Read More….

How Does Life Giving Cycles Make Life Favorable on Earth?

When we hear the word Earth, the first thing that comes to our mind is that a terrestrial planet where there exists from microorganisms to highly sophisticated and intelligent human beings. Factors that are responsible for the current life on Earth.

The Earth and the Sun are equally important because without the heat and light of the Sun, the Earth would have been a lifeless ball of ice-wrapped rocks. It regulates the temperature, weather patterns of water bodies and provides energy to plant growth. The distance of the Earth from the Sun makes it a true reason for life because it receives the right amount of heat and light to allow life to form and support it.

Earth is the only planet that uses sunlight as a source of energy. That energy is used by living things to convert elements into a useful form. A plant uses the energy provided by the sun to drive photosynthesis and grow food. As a by-product, oxygen is released which we all use as our own energy source.

Importance of Earth’s Atmosphere

These are layers of gases around the Earth including the exosphere, thermosphere, mesosphere, stratosphere and troposphere. Air content and favorable atmospheric pressure also supported the lives of most creatures. The air content of carbon dioxide on Earth is less than that of planets like Venus and Mars. Therefore, the low amount of carbon dioxide helps in reducing the temperature of the earth and is absorbed by the plants during photosynthesis to produce oxygen.

Favourable Climatic Condition

Due to the moderate amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth, there is a suitable climate for the existence of all forms of life, which is necessary for the existence of life forms.


Water is very important for life because it contains oxygen necessary for life and allows life-giving molecules to move freely. It constantly changes its form through the water cycle. The process by which water continuously changes its form and spreads between the oceans, the atmosphere, and the land is known as the water cycle.

The major sources of freshwater are rivers, ponds, waterfalls and glaciers. Marine bodies and oceans contain saline water. The water of the oceans is salt or saline because it contains large amounts of dissolved salts. Most salt is sodium chloride or common table salt that we eat. Three-fourths of the Earth is covered with water. Only 3% is fresh water consisting of ice-caps, ground water and fresh water lakes.

Force of Attraction (Earth’s Gravitational Force)

Why does the water flow from the top down, why not float in the air; why don’t we float in the air and walk on the surface. The gravitational force of the Sun keeps our planet orbiting the Sun and the Earth holds firmly to all forms of life from topography through its gravitational pull.

Thus, Earth is the only planet that saves liquid water on its surface, which develops life forms through photosynthesis by taking energy from the Sun. It has a unique surface that is neither too hot nor too cold for the occurrence of complex biochemical processes. Read More…

What is the Difference between Life and Interpretation is Life?

Life is a feature that distinguishes physical processes that contain biological processes, such as signaling and self-sustaining processes. It distinguishes them from those who either do not perform such tasks, or have ceased to perform such tasks, or have never had such tasks and are classified as inanimate. The condition that separates organisms from inorganic objects and dead organisms is manifested by growth through metabolism, reproduction, and adaptation to the environment through changes that occur internally.

While we talk about interpretational life it includes your general behaviour, habits, working. It consists of the central motivating aims of your life, the reasons you get up in the morning. Purpose can guide life decisions, influence behavior, shape goals, offer a sense of direction, and create meaning. For some people, purpose is connected to vocation—meaningful, satisfying work.

Life is a series of events with which we attach a meaning. With each event we decide on an interpretation. It is with these interpretations or attached meanings that we define what we are and what we can do. We then confirm these collective evidences and validate these interpretations. Read More…

Scientific Name of Grass Grows in Navratri

It is said that there are many things in Hindu almanac that should be done and there is a lot of benefit from doing it. In such a situation, the festival of Navratri is celebrated for the entire nine days and this has great importance in Hinduism. It is said that different forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped for the entire nine days. Let us tell you that many people sow barley on the first day of Navratri, but most people do not know its importance.

The scientific name of barley is “Hordem Vulgare” and is sown on the first day of Durga Navaratri.

According to our scriptures, barley was the first crop after the beginning of creation, so whenever goddesses are worshiped, barley is Offered in prayers to God in front of fire. It is believed that barley grown in Navratri is a sign of some things related to the future. In fact, the main reason behind this is that barley is considered Lord Brahma and we should respect grains. It is said that if barley sprouts do not grow in two to three days, then there is no good sign for you in the future, that is, you will get fruit only after hard work.

The importance of Offering prayers to God in front of fire (हवन) is described in detail in Garuda Purana.

With this, when the colour of barley is half yellow from the bottom and half green from the top, it means half the time of the coming year will be fine. With this, the colour of barley is half green from the bottom and half yellow from the top, it means that the beginning of the year will pass well, but later you will have to face troubles. On the other hand, if your sown barley is growing in white or green colour, then it is said to be very auspicious.  Read More…

Why Joint Life Policy is Taken Even a Specific Reserve can also be Maintained in Place of it?

Joint life insurance is decided by the partners of the firm on the joint lives of the other partners. The purpose of the joint life policy is to reduce the financial burden on the firm at the time of payment of a large amount to the legal representative of the deceased partner. The insurer receives payment after the death of its insurance partner. There are different methods for accounting treatment of joint life policy.

The firm pays the premium on the Joint Life Policy. The Insurance Company pays the amount of the Joint Life Policy on the maturity of the policy or the death of a partner, whichever is earlier. The surrender value at the time of the death of a partner is distributed among the remaining partners and the legal representative of the deceased partner.

The accounting treatment for Joint Life Policy at the time of the death of a partner is as follows:

  • Premium Method-

When the partners decide to treat the premium on Joint Life Policy as an expense and debit the Premium Account to the Profit and Loss Account every year, the Joint Life Policy will not appear in the Balance Sheet. In this situation, the full amount of policy received in the event of the death of a partner from the Insurance Company becomes a gain.

  • Surrender Value Method-

The partners may decide to record the Joint Life Policy at the surrender value in the books. In this case, it will appear on the assets side of the Balance Sheet.

  • Joint Life Policy Reserve Method-

The partners may maintain the Joint Life Policy Account as well as the Joint Life Policy Reserve Account. Thus, under this method, both Joint Life Policy Account and Joint Life Policy Reserve Account appear at surrender value on the Assets and Liabilities side of the Balance Sheet, respectively. At the time of the death of a partner. Read More…

How Many Chapter can be Read Daily in Navratri?

Navaratri is a nine-day festival in which people worship Goddess Durga. During these nine days, the Durga Saptashati book is read by the worshipers. Durga Saptashati is considered as the holy scripture of Hinduism. Durga Saptashati is filled with spiritual story with a divine story of Goddess Bhagwati.

This book also includes the process of recitation with the request, Saptashloki Durga, Durgashtattarashatnamastotram, Pathvidhi: Durgasaptasati recitation, epilogue, apologetics, Sri Durgamanas Pooja, Sri Durgadvatrianshananamala, Devyapradhakshamapanastotram, Siddhikunjikastotram and Devi Aarti.

Durga Saptashati (Goddess Mahatyam) during Navratri should be recited as follows: ~~

Chapter one for the first day (Madhu Catabh Slaughter)

Chapter two, three and four on the second day (Mahishasura Slaughter)

Chapter five and six on the third day (Dhumralochan Slaughter)

Chapter seven on the fourth day (Chanda Mund Slaughter)

Chapter eight on the fifth day, (slaughter of Raktbeej)

Chapter Nine and Ten on the Sixth Day (Shumbha Nishumbh Slaughter)

Chapter eleven on the seventh day (praise of goddess and boon to gods)

Chapter twelve on the eighth day (Greatness of the recitation of goddesses)

Chapter thirteen on the ninth day (blessings to King Surath and Medha Merchant) Read More…

Signature of Policyholder of Life Assured Online

Life assured or insured is the person(s) whose life is covered in the insurance contract. In the event of a contingency, the insured can claim the amount or in the event of the death of the assured, the nominee will receive the insurance amount.

IRDAI has now asked life insurance companies to highlight the sum assured, premium and policy as well as payment terms. Under the exemption, the proposal form has to be sent to the proposer on his or her registered e-mail ID or mobile number in the form of an e-mail or a message with a link.

If you are planning to buy a life insurance policy this financial year, you won’t need to give your consent by signing on the hard copy of the proposal form and can do so electronically instead.

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) on Thursday extended the exemption given to life insurers to obtain customers’ consent without requiring signatures on the hard copy of the proposal forms till 31 March 2021. In the wake of the covid-19 pandemic and social distancing norms, the regulator in August 2020 had allowed companies to obtain customers’ consent through electronic means till 31 December 2020.

IRDAI has also asked life insurance companies to highlight the sum assured, premium and policy and payment terms while seeking your consent.

The proposal form is sent to the customer’s registered email ID or mobile number. The customer can give consent by affixing a digital signature or by clicking the confirmation link or by validating the OTP shared. IRDAI reiterated that agents can’t ask for a deposit till the receipt of consent. Some agents ask for a deposit, which is later adjusted with the first premium, but that’s not allowed. The regulator had earlier allowed companies to issue electronic policies on email. Physical policies are not mandatory now if the insurer gets the policyholder’s consent. Read More…

Major Life and Non-life Insurance Players in India

Life is uncertain and unpredictable. One can only have a proactive measure in place to deal with unpleasant situations. Hence, the concept of ‘insurance’ was introduced with a motive to mitigate the risk and to provide protection. Insurance is the primary way of managing life risk.

There are various types of insurance policies available today to protect your loved ones and the things you love. In a life insurance policy, Insurance indemnifies to pay the insured person’s family a certain sum of money in the event of insured’s demise. When it comes to choosing the right insurance plan, you are spoilt with choices as there are various insurance players in the market offering plenty of unique plans.

In India, there are 24 life insurance companies operating which have been approved and recognised by IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority in India), which is a regulatory body for insurance and reinsurance industries.

The insurance industry of India has 57 insurance companies – 24 are in the life insurance business, while 33 are non-life insurers. Among the life insurers, Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) is the sole public sector company. There are six public sector insurers in the non-life insurance segment. In addition to these.

The following are the major life and nonlife insurance players in India as approved by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI).

Major Life Insurers

Life Insurance Corporation (LIC)

Max Life Insurance Company

HDFC Life Insurance Company

ICICI Prudential Life Insurance

Tata AIA Life Insurance Company

Bharti AXA Life Insurance Company

Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company

SBI Life Insurance Company

Reliance Nippon Life Insurance Company

AEGON Life Insurance Company

Aviva Life Insurance Company

Birla Sun Life Insurance Company

Kotak Life Insurance Company

PNB MetLife Insurance Company

Canara HSBC OBC Life Insurance Company

Major Non-Life Insurers

Agriculture Insurance Co. of India Ltd.

Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Bharti Axa General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Manipal Cigna Health Insurance Co. Ltd.

Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India Ltd.

Future Generali India Insurance Co.

HDFC ERGO General Insurance Co.

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Co. Ltd.

IFFCO Tokio General Insurance Co. Ltd.

L&T General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Liberty Videocon General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Magma HDI General Insurance Co. Ltd.

Max Bupa Health Insurance Co. Ltd.

National Insurance Co. Ltd. Read More…

What is needed to live life?

As we talk about need, then there are four basic needs that one required i.e Food to eat, air to breath, water to drink and shelter to live in. Our needs are very limited but wants are very high.

Of these, water and air have been gifted to us by nature without any value. But these days, there is scarcity of water and also polluted. So we have to buy it. Apart from these, the main problem is to arrange food and a shelter. Due to economic inequality and unemployment, most people suffer from this problem throughout their life.

Quality of life reflects the general condition of individuals and societies, which underline the negative and positive characteristics of life. It looks at the satisfaction of life including everything from physical health, family, education, employment, money, religious belief, finance and environment.

A good life requires that you love to your work. Do the same to other people, treat yourself well, keep moving forward, do the things you want, keep smiling. Introspect yourself and you will be able to enjoy every single day in the end. Read More…

Why resources are important for sustenance of life?

In this universe, earth is only the planet where life sustaining elements i.e. Land, Air and Water are present. Life exists because of these resources available on Earth. It creates a balance between living and non-living resources and sustaining both. The three basic and most important non-renewable resources for us are: – the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land on which we live. Without these three resources, our existence cannot be possible.


Air is a mixture of gases which is composed of nitrogen, oxygen and very small amounts of water vapor and other gases. Oxygen in the air is essential for all living beings because we use this oxygen to produce energy from the food we eat. The carbon dioxide from which we exhale is essential for the plants to take energy from the sun and convert it into food. Wind regulates the temperature of the Earth and causes different patterns of weather.


Water is required in all life on the planet because all chemical reactions that occur in living cells use water as a medium. Water is found in large bodies such as seas, seas, rivers and lakes. It is also found as vapor in the atmosphere and as a solid in ice, glaciers and ice shelves. Only small amounts of this natural resource are available in rivers and lakes. Thus water is essential for us not only for digestion of food but also for cooking as well as production of food grains and vegetables. 


Earth is the base of life because it contains minerals useful for life. Most of these minerals are found in rocks, which cannot be used by plants or animals. Soil is formed by the breakdown of rocks by various geological, climatic and biological processes. The soil contains minerals like iron, zinc, nitrogen compounds, which are necessary for sustaining life. It also contains water and provides for the use of plants. We can extract metals like iron, copper, gold and aluminum from the soil. Read More…

Some changes are happening in our daily life

Due to modernization in our human life, we can easily see many differences that are happening in our daily lifestyle. Which are continuously spreading due to Kovid-19. First of all, digital devices had become a part of our daily lives. There seems to be no life without them. At every stage of life we depend on digital devices.

Power usage has increased due to digital devices, as all digital devices require electricity to operate. To enhance our amenities, we are cleaning the green vegetation to keep people accommodated, resulting in increased pollution. We are only obliged to survive in a polluted environment because of us. Thus there is an increase in temperature due to global warming and a decrease in manual efforts.

We all depend on machines, even many of us use cars or motorcycles to go to the gym, then what is the use of exercise. It is better to go for a walk for half an hour instead. There is a decrease of the social activeness due to increase of the artificial technological efforts and digital activeness. The most important factor is we had left our traditional food and increased the use of the modern junk food. Read More…

Term Insurance and Senior Citizen

The term life insurance is the most common life insurance on the market today, it is not the best option for seniors over 70 years of age. When you get a life insurance policy at the age of 70, you will inevitably pay a premium that increases dramatically over the next 10 years.

Life Insurance has a maximum entry age of 69 and guaranteed renewable age up until 99 years of age. Besides life cover, you can take advantage of a Funeral Benefit and Terminal Illness Benefit as part of your cover. As with all other age groups above 18, the Benefit Period for Income Protection for seniors is 2 years or to age 65.

Having Life insurance remains as relevant for all senior citizens, because it helps in many ways for their difficulties. Many Life insurance policies help protect families by releasing some funds early to help look after any immediate funeral and legal expenses at the time of a death occurring. Read More…

Life Processes in Human

Human beings are complex beings and their digestive system is also complex. The human digestive system is made up of an alimentary canal and some accessory glands. Elementary canal is divided into several parts, such as esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, and anus. The salivary gland, liver, and pancreas are the accessory glands that are located outside the primary duct.

The human digestive system includes the elemental canal and related digestive glands, they are as follows: –

Elementary canal: This includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine.

The main glands are as follows: –

Gastric glands



The mouth has teeth and tongue. Salivary glands are also present in the mouth. The tongue has gustatory receptors which perceive the sense of taste.

The tongue helps in turning over the food so that saliva can be properly mixed in it. Teeth help in breaking down the food into smaller particles so that, swallowing of food becomes easier. There are four types of teeth in human beings. The incisor teeth are used for cutting the food. The canine teeth are used for tearing the food and for cracking hard substances. The premolars are used for the coarse grinding of food. The molars are used for fine grinding of food.

Saliva makes the food slippery which makes it easy to swallow the food. Saliva also contains the enzyme salivary amylase or ptyalin. Salivary amylase digests starch and converts it into sucrose.

Food is transported from mouth to stomach by peristaltic action. In which there is a rhythmic contraction of the muscles of the lining of the alimentary canal to advance the food.

The high muscular walls of the stomach help churn food. The stomach walls secrete hydrochloric acid. Hydrochloric acid kills germs. In addition, it makes the stomach acidic. Acidic medium is necessary for gastric enzymes to function. Pepsin, an enzyme secreted in the stomach, performs partial digestion of proteins. The mucus secreted by the walls of the stomach protects the inner lining of the stomach from being damaged by hydrochloric acid. Read More…

WhatsApp Shopping: A Change

Changes are being made to WhatsApp by adding a new shopping button, which will make it easier for customers to search the list of businesses. It will be easy for customers to know which goods or services are offered by which particular business. With this help, it will be easier for businesses to search for their products and this can help in increasing sales.

With the new WhatsApp feature, users will now see a shopping button next to the profile of the business account. The button looks like a store icon. Pressing the shopping button will open the catalog and users will be able to select items according to their needs. The payments service is based on UPI and will allow for direct bank transfer payments from WhatsApp itself.

How it will work:

Go to any business account on WhatsApp. If the seller has uploaded a catalog to their business account, the user will see a shop symbol just next to the account name.

Pressing it will open the catalog and show the products that are available by trade. You can browse the catalog and see pictures of each product. If you like a product, press the message business button below the picture and you can get information about that particular product. Read More…

Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj is a festival celebrated by Hindus on the second lunar day of the Shukla Paksha of the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar or Kartik month. It is celebrated during the Diwali and Holi festival. Bhaiya Dooj is one such occasion that can define the eternal love between brothers and sisters.

They are the best friends of each other, protectors of each other, admirers of each other and has unconditional love for each other. This wonderful festival is an important occasion where sisters pray to God for the longevity, well-being and prosperity of their beloved brother. It is celebrated on the last day of the five-day long festival of Diwali. It is also celebrated in the southern parts of India as “Yama II”.

According to the one legend, Lord Krishna visited his sister, Subhadra after killing demon Narkasur. Her sister gave a warm welcome to him and made the occasion really special through flowers and sweets. Subhadra also applied the ceremonial “tilak” on the forehead of her brother, Krishna and hence the festival of “Bhai Dooj” was born from there. Read More…

Diwali, The Festival of Lights

Diwali is the festival of lights, which is celebrated with great pomp across India. The festival usually lasts for five days and is celebrated during the Hindu month of Kartik. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali spiritually signifies “the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and wisdom over ignorance.”

Diwali is the festival of Indian lights. The festival gets its name from the row of clay lamps that Indians light outside their homes. Earthen lamps symbolize the inner light that protects us from spiritual darkness.

The festival is dedicated to Lord Rama, who returned to his kingdom on this day after his victory over King Ravana of Lanka. He was welcomed by the citizens of Ayodhya by lighting lamps in front of their homes. The festival falls on the “Amavasya” of the Hindu month Karthik. This night is very dark, but in the light of the lamps there is not even a shadow of darkness. Read More…

Lets Spread Happiness This Diwali

We celebrate festivals as a tradition, but we forget those values of traditions. These days we end the festivals with a good meal, home decoration, cleaning around, etc. But can you think that these are not our traditions, we have modified them according to our comfort. We do not give gifts, but change them from one to the other on this day.

Let us celebrate this Diwali by spreading happiness. Light a lamp of joy in a house that has not even realized it. We should give gifts to those who need them. If we do this, it will be a meaningful Diwali for all of us. See also a day of happiness in the lives of those who see it from afar. Let’s erase this line of distance and bring them together, which was drawn by us by mistake.

Diwali is a festival of light. Brighten the life of a homeless child, a shelter is nothing less than a house. Visit their home with gifts and smiles. You should aim to enjoy them. Carry simple toys, sweets and useful items like pens, notebooks, color pencils etc. All this gives them a small part of their stolen childhood.

Instead of spending on firecrackers that are harmful to the environment, donate to NGOs like “Save the Children”. The organization works closely with children, communities and governments, facing the greatest challenges today, including education, nutrition, trafficking, violence and abuse. When you donate to a child’s education, you not only help them gain the ability to read and write, but also help in building a more caring society. Read More…

The Cost of One Smile

It was summer, I was on the road from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer with my friends. It was night, and Weather was looking happy. We parked our vehicle near a restaurant and after a short walk we sat down to eat. It was a very crowded area, while there were very small flowers stall, other such shops and also a big temple in front of it, Therefore, there is always a crowd in that area.

We ordered food. There was some time to serve our food. My eyes fell on the owner of the restaurant, while a poor man was sitting with folded hands on the ground, the man’s eyes were somewhat filled and stung, looking helpless with hunger and thirst. I got up and went to the owner of the restaurant and asked what is it, who is this this and why is he sitting down. The restaurant owner told that he has made this restaurant’s hut, it was to be paid tomorrow but it has arrived today.

I liked the nature of the restaurant owner but he did not like the man coming in such a crowd. When I asked the man to sit with us, he was very surprised, but then sat down, that day I enjoyed eating very much. After eating food there was a feeling on his face but he was also seen in confusion. When asked the reason for this, he told, “My stomach is full but everyone in the house are looking for food, what I will tell them?”

Our bill had arrived, I went to the counter on the pretext of paying the bill, asked to pack food for the man and to add the amount to my bill. Then I was very happy to hear what the restaurant owner said. He said, “Let us also do some service, it is my fault that I did not understand it, he is, who made my restaurant and I forgot to respect it.” Thus the owner of the restaurant not only gave him food but also paid his full remuneration at the same time and assured him of help whenever he needed it. At that time the man’s face had blossomed like a rose, he and the owner of the restaurant were also thanking us for all this. Thus the smile of that unknown man had made both our journey fatigue and journey successful. Read More…

Apply for instant PAN through Aadhaar

PAN is not only an identity proof but also an important document for filing financial transactions and income tax returns. In order to make the PAN application easier for the people, the immediate PAN allocation has been formally initiated by the Income Tax Department this year through “Aadhaar facility”.

Now, people can apply for instant PAN using Aadhaar-based e-KYC, and can also download it immediately. This facility is now available to all those who have a valid Aadhaar number and who have a mobile number registered in the UIDAI database, which is active. Now, one can also have an electronic PAN card as it is also a valid PAN. Not only this, you can do all this in 10 minutes from home. You need neither to visit any booth, Centre, nor have to pay any amount.

How to apply for Tatkal PAN:~~

Visit the Income Tax Department website

Click on the instant PAN link through Aadhaar.

Click on the “Get New Pan” link.

Fill in your information in the space provided and confirm.

Applicant will receive an OTP on the registered Aadhaar mobile number; Enter OTP and submit.

Information related to PAN status and download: ~~

Visit the Income Tax Department website

Click on the instant PAN link through Aadhaar.

Click on PAN status

Fill in your information in the space provided and confirm.

Applicant will receive an OTP on the registered Aadhaar mobile number; Enter OTP and submit.

If PAN is allotted, click on the download link to get a copy of the e-PAN PDF. Read More…

Wild versus Human

Undoubtedly, humans are exceptional by virtue that they are the smartest on this planet. Is it the fact, no, many of the animals and birds make this sense fake? In generally, animal make a mistake due to ignorance, but in the case of man, there are lots of mistake which were done by knowing the facts.

A human starts learning by birth, first of all he/ she adopts the signs, then learns mother tongue in a very easy manner without any specially appointed a tutor. The formal education starts at school/ institution. When attains educational qualification then his/ her professional education starts. After this much levels of education, what he behaves, beyond our expectations.

Where as we talks about an animal, it fully depends upon nature. His food, shelter, self security all depends on nature. All they learn to live from nature. That’s why they are called wild. Some of the animals are very close to humans in their lives. If they have any owner, they are called pets, rest are called stray.

First, the “camel”, which was used for agricultural activity and also moved goods from one place to another before motor vehicles came into existence. Camels with only one week of training were used for various agricultural needs. It is a very peaceful animal. It does not cost too much to keep it. The thorny bushes are its favorite food. Despite being such a powerful animal, even a child can handle it. Camels are mostly used in desert terrain, because camels are also called desert ships.

The second is “bull”, it is a camel’s substitute. Where there is hard soil, bulls are well used. It is also suitable for agriculture and freight transportation. They are also peace loving but sometimes take extreme form. They can also be handled by children but with caution. While plowing the fields, camels and bulls move very straight, most of us cannot even draw a straight line with the help of a scale.

Domestic animals include cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, chickens, and dogs etc. which are directly or indirectly helps the humans. Dogs are definitely reared in a house where there are sheep goats and chickens. Dogs always guarding these animals from others instead of hunting them. But, the human, find a chance to hunt the thing, to whom he is guarding. The animal does not detect the faults of others. But we have a tendency to do it whether we know anything or not. Read More…

Agriculture, Our Kitchen Garden

Organic produce is getting pricey everyday and everyone wants to eat healthy. You can easily save on expenses by growing vegetables indoors. It’s not as tedious as it sounds, hence, everyone must have a kitchen garden, where you can grow herbs and vegetables you use in everyday cooking.

There was a piece of land near our house, which we developed as a kitchen garden. In this we sowed spinach, carrots, coriander, brinjal, garlic, onions and green chilies, which became quite popular in our neighborhood. Apart from this, we also planted some fruitful plants. It looked so beautiful that many people came to see it.

It was the habitate of our pets. A shed was installed here to prevent sun and rain and an underground water tank, an open tank and a hand pump were also provided, if for any reason the water supply is shut down, then, there should not be any problem for the water.

Most of our time was spent in this piece of land, one of the reasons was that we had to go there to take care of the animals and secondly, it became a beautiful garden, which had rosewood, neem, plum, mulberry and pomegranate trees, which now started giving good shade and fruits. Read More…

Agriculture and Art of Cultivating -I

Agriculture plays an important role in both humans and the economy. Apart from providing food, it also provided employment to all my family members and thus our economic status was very encouraging. The biggest benefit of this is that my mother’s complaint also went away, what should I do, I am sitting empty all day. Now, she used to be very happy going to the fields.

Shortage of labor at the time of harvesting has now become a cause for serious concern. Lack of labor during harvesting during this time is not new; Therefore, I used to stay at home while harvesting crops. In this way, the least cost began to benefit significantly, as my family members, who were sitting vacant and all of them would find work in our own fields.

However, we did not grow vegetables in the fields; but some vegetables grow naturally on their own. Wheat and mustard were cultivated in winter. Radish and turnip seeds were also added along with mustard to the fields. Thus, radishes and turnips with mustard were also available at no additional cost and effort. Read More…

“My Father” Whose Love Shows Me The Way

My father advised the teacher, “Teach him a gentleman’s education.” My father was not only fond of this young society, whose manners were always attractive; He also held the highest opinion of her, and hoped that philanthropy would be my profession, which I intended to impart to her. He always supported me to fulfill my dreams and what I love, how much risks there are. My father has taught me that family is essential, and never mind, my family will always be there for me.

By myself, it’s been many, many years since I first started thinking of him very differently. The liberal instinct, wanting theory, was careful to protect the knowledge of his best friend and who had opportunities to see him in unexpected moments. Which nobody else could do. He has maintained a proper balance between administration and affection to build our character.

He was the essential part of the family as he laid out the foundation, which binds the family and its members in harmony. He taught us how to live responsibly and respect others in society as well as in the family. Whenever I was in trouble, my father helped me with love and affection. He taught me how to remain fit, healthy, happy and a calm person throughout my life. He was kind, courteous and genuinely friendly to all. Read More…

Karva Chauth Vrat Katha

Kartik Krishna Paksha Chaturthi is a tradition to observe the fast of Karva Chauth. Women keep this fast for the long life of their husband. This fast is kept waterless throughout the day. The entire makeup is done in the fast. The women listen to the story of “Goddess” in the afternoon or evening. First of all “Lord Ganesh” should be worshiped. The story of the fast should be heard only after worshiping the Shiva family. Give a plate of worship by touching the mother-in-law’s feet. See the moon at night. The moon should be seen with a sieve. After this, looking at the husband with a sieve, touching the feet, drinking water should open the fast.

Her sister-in-law informs her of the truth as to why this happened to her. The gods are angry with Karva Chauth’s fast because of the wrong break. Once Indra’s wife Indrani came to earth on Karva chauth day and Veeravati went to her and prayed for her husband’s safety. Devi Indrani asked Veeravati to observe Karva chauth with full devotion and law. This time Veeravati kept the fast of Karva chauth with full devotion. Seeing her devotion and faith, the Lord was pleased and he gave Veeravati to be always happy blessing and brought her husband alive. After this, women started having unwavering faith in Karva Chauth fast.

A Brahmin had seven sons and was the only daughter named Veeravati. Being the only sister of seven brothers, Veeravati was dear to all the brothers and loved her more than her life. After some time, Veeravati was married to a Brahmin youth. After marriage, Veeravati came to her maternal home and then kept a fast of Karva chauth with her sisters-in-law, but by the evening, she was disturbed by hunger. All the brothers sat down to eat and urged their sister to eat it, but the sister told that today she has a waterless fast of Karva Chauth and she can eat only by seeing the moon and offering it to her. But the moon has not yet come out, so she is distraught with hunger and thirst.

Veeravati’s condition was not seen by her brothers, a brother lit a lamp on a peepal tree and placed it behind the sieve. It looked as if the moon had come out from a distance. Then a brother came and told Veeravati that the moon has come out, you can have food.  She happily climbed the stairs and looked at the moon and sat down to eat food by offering Arghy to him. She sneezed as soon as she has put the first piece in her mouth. When the second piece was inserted, hair came out in it. After this, as soon as she tried to put the third piece in the mouth, she got the news of her husband’s death. Read More…

Characteristics of Police

We all know the police department well, as it plays an important role in our domestic affairs, non-violence, pandemics, and in keeping the traffic smooth. The word “police”, P.O.L.I.C.E, formed with these six letters of English alphabets, which defines a lot and a policeman must have all these six qualities, only then its importance will be proved.

Politeness– It is a conduct that does no harm to others. This is a practical application of etiquette. Decency means to show affinity towards others in etiquette, speech and behavior. Humility can improve your relationships with others, will help build respect and camaraderie, increase your self-esteem and confidence and improve your communication skills. A policeman should be polite, whatever the situation.

Obedience – Obedience is a form of social influence in which a person has to follow explicit instructions or orders of an authority. Obedience is the backbone of the organization and provides stability to it. The best example of obedience is the army of the country, which also sacrifices life for the nation. This is the second and most important quality of a policeman.

Loyality- This is the third quality of a policeman, which is the way in which a mature and integrated mind behaves. Loyalty indicates undivided wholeness and shows richness. Loyalty is defined as giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.

Intelligent- A policemen must be intelligent in many ways: the capacity for logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, reasoning, planning, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. An intelligent person is one who is having or showing the ability to understand, learn and think.

Courageous- A policeman must be courageous, because it allows one to face extreme dangers and difficulties without fear. Courageous people believe in themselves. They know who they are and what they stand for. They have strong will, recognize their personal capabilities, and are confident in meeting the challenges that lie before them. Courageous people are passinate and purposeful.

Efficient– A policeman needs to be able to work well without making mistakes or wasting time and energy. Efficiency is the amount of divisions ordered from a task. Efficiency can be defined using optimal resources with maximum output. It minimizes the waste of resources such as physical materials, energy, and time while accomplishing the desired output. Thus a policeman must be an efficient. Read More…

Success, With Will to Claw and Climb

I moved forward on the first step of my life. The sun of our life had risen now and its yellow rays were spreading in our life. Success only exists for those who want to climb to the top with their willpower for years, regardless of any recognition, money, or energy. Everyone shall have the vision to find it. We should make our desire the starting point of our achievement.

My mother used to say I had not thought of this life in my dreams. She used to thanks to “God” for his blessings after lots of struggle in her life. The saying came this way true that “Everyone Salutes the Rising Sun.” The men who did not allow us to stand with them, today they started getting happy and started talking to us.

Two years passed while I was working but I did not see much change in the house. I planned to do farming along with my job. To which all the members of the family objected, but somehow I pleased everyone, thus opening up a new source of income besides my regular income. Read More…

Nov 01, Anniversary of Haryana

Today is the 54th anniversary of Haryana. On this occasion, I congratulate all the people of the state. May our state continue to rise to new heights of progress? Together, we will give a new dimension to the proud history of the state.

Haryana was formed on November 1, 1966 and the first Chief Minister of the state was Bhagwat Dayal Sharma. Haryana was formed on 1 November 1966 and the first Chief Minister of the state was Bhagwat Dayal Sharma. The partition of the state of Punjab resulted in two distinct states — Punjabi-speaking Punjab and Hindi-speaking Haryana. Haryana derives its name from Hari (Hindu god Vishnu) and Ayana (house), which means “abode of God”. Most of the state’s land is arable, but much requires irrigation. The climate of Haryana is hot in the summer and markedly cold in winter; maximum temperatures in May and June may exceed 110 °F and in January, the coldest month, low temperatures may drop below the freezing point.

Haryana is a North Indian state surrounding New Delhi on 3 sides. The Yamuna River runs along its eastern border with Uttar Pradesh. Shared with Punjab, the state capital Chandigarh is known for its modernist buildings and gridlike street plan designed by Swiss architect, Le Corbusier. The Zakir Hussain Rose Garden features 1,600 species.

About three-quarters of Haryana’s population lives in rural areas; however, cities continued to develop rapidly as commercial, industrial and agricultural marketing centers. The largest cities of the state include Faridabad, Rohtak, Panipat, Hisar, Sonipat and Karnal.

A farming-rich state, Haryana contributes large amounts of wheat and rice to the central pool. In addition, the state produces significant quantities of cotton, mustard, millet, chickpeas, sugarcane, maize and potatoes. Dairy are cattle, buffalo, and cows, predominating in the area.

Haryana has made rapid strides in the development of agriculture-based manufacturing. Among the most important of such industries are cotton and sugar processing and the production of farm machinery. Haryana also manufactures chemicals as well as a great variety of consumer goods. Read More…

Agony of A Man

On an evening I was walking through my street, I saw a man sitting alone and was very sad. I went to him and asked the well being of him. In reply, he murmured, I don’t want to live any more; but even couldn’t die also. How much games I had to play in this small innings of my life. The sunset of my life is near, not because of I am sickness or I am mentally ill; but because of my family.

I was living happily with my wife and three children. I never thought of this even in my dreams. The family, who showed me a lot of affection during the tenure of my job, will change completely after my retirement. All three of my children are still graduates. While maintaining this standard of education, they behave like wild animals. Their condition has become so high that my position is not more than a dishwasher.

My wife is illiterate, then she has the right to praise me. She never missed any opportunity to say abusive words to me. My voice, which sounded like a cuckoo to her, today sounds like a torn bamboo. Had to take my name once, with great admiration, but today it has been replaced by dirty abuses. No one has time nor words for me. Even today, it is the same relationship, whenever there is a need for money, it is said that I did not repay on borrowed time.

This is not the first deception in my life, even before my family looted me. Is it all in my luck, at that time only money was looted, which was earned again, I had time and courage for it too? But now self-esteem has been auctioned and this too at the hands of those whom I cannot imagine, but see the irony of time and my luck, what can I do other than endure all this. Now till the last breath, I shall have to live chokingly and suffer all the pain of life.

These are the same family members who used to remind me many times a day that they are waiting for me, the reason behind this is that if they show their color at that time their brilliant life would be affected. Despite doing so much, I am reminded that I have done nothing.

After hearing all this, I could not utter a single word. I just put my hand on his shoulder and moved forward wondering why we are all so selfish. Why do we forget that the man we neglect is also part of the family, whether he did anything or not? Read More…

Importance of Guru

Everyone needs a guide for their life, who should inspire us to follow the good path with a good rite. Our first teachers are parents who bring us into this world. Whose education works everywhere in our life and guides our life.Everyone needs a guide for their life, who should inspire us to follow the good path with a good rite. Our first teachers are parents who bring us into this world. Whose education works everywhere in our life and guides our life.

The Guru will not only help you in your spiritual journey, but will also guide you in your household life, he will give you intuition powers to decide what is good for your life and what is bad. He will give you powers to decide which path will benefit your soul and will guide you which path to avoid.

The word “Guru” is a Sanskrit word. “A person imparting spiritual and worldly knowledge is called a Guru.” After parents, it is the Guru who helps us to move towards positivity without any discrimination and selflessness and keeps us from negativity. Our poets and litterateurs have told about the glory of Guru in our lives in different languages.

Guru’s place in Sanskrit language is also mentioned above Bhagavan, because interviewing Bhagavan is possible only through Guru. It is also said in Sanskrit,

“Gururbrahma Gruurvishnu: Gururdevo Maheshwara. Guru: Sakshat parbrahma Tasmai Shri Gurve Namah.”

That is to say, “Guru is Lord Brahma, Guru is Lord Vishnu and Guru is Lord Mahesh (Shankar), Guru is a true Parabrahma, that’s why I bow to my Guru.”

“Vinayphalam Shushrusha Guru Shushrusha film Shrutham Gyanam. Gyanasya falam virti, virtifalam chaashrav nirodh: “

That is, “the fruit of humility is seva, the fruit of guru seva is knowledge, the fruit of knowledge is virakti (stability), and the fruit of stability is ashrava nirodha (liberation of bondage and salvation).”

Dugdhen Dhenu: Kusmen Valli Sheelan Bharatya Kamalen Toyam. Guru Vina Bhati Na Chaiv shishya: Shamen Vidya Nagari Janen.

That is, “Just like a cow without milk, a vine without a flower, a wife without a character, a water without a lotus, a knowledge without peace, and a city without people do not adorn, likewise a Guru does not grace a disciple.” Read More…

The Test of Friendship

Today was a festival. This evening was very delightful. Roads were decorated with full of lights and flowers, everything was visible as far as our eyes could see. Cleanliness in the market was also worth seeing. Even once I was also shocked, I had not come to another city by mistake. But the place was somewhat recognizable. Even the garbage place of the crossroads was seemed to be clean, but failed to hide its familiar smell. Which was a witnessed that I am in the city only.

A lot of time had passed since the sun set, so people were running towards their homes. The market was crowded and children were busy playing, which was causing obstruction to traffic. Hence the market was very active but traffic was sluggish. It took an hour to reach home. All the family members were found outside the house, it seemed that they were waiting for me.

I was very happy to see the family and I was surprised on the other side as well.

I asked eagerly, “How all of you are here at the moment, I hadn’t sent any message!”

He told, “Keshav, the brother of the neighborhood, came to give wishes and gifts. He was missing you very much, he would not have reached home yet. We were about to return but saw you and stayed.

On hearing the name of Keshav, my mind got lost in the memories of the past. We were always together as a child. Food was also distributed and used to be eaten. Keshav could not read due to financial condition and working in the fields had become an integral part of his life. A year had passed, I had not even met him, and even today he was living in the same tight condition.

I quickly went inside the house and opened the sweets given by Keshav and I was shaken to the inside. Where would he have brought such expensive sweets and that much, whether he has left anything in his house or not. With this thought, I immediately got ready and took the path to Keshav’s house.

Keshav blushed at seeing me, he was sitting outside the house looking at the sky. He asked me to sit and himself gone inside the house to get water. I followed him too. As soon as he went inside the house, he told his wife, Deepak has come, keep the children inside. He does not know about our plight, he will be sad. After so many days he has come home, today’s festival should not go in vain. Read More…

Citrullus Colocynthis (Garmunda)

Citrullus colocynthis, which has many common names including colocynth, bitter apple, bitter cucumber, desert gourd, sodom vine or wild gourd. It is a desert fruit and is mainly found in the Mediterranean basin and Asia, especially in countries such as Turkey. It resembles a common watermelon vine, but its fruits are bitter as well as harsh.

It is a wild fruit and in India it is found in abundance in South Haryana as well as Rajasthan. The native name of this fruit is Garmunda, which is dominated by its medicinal properties. It has been used equally for both humans and animals. Ripe fruits are dried and stored and grinded and fed when needed. Usually it is not cultivated, it grows automatically and its most favorable period for the growth and flourishing is during summer, which coincides with the rainy season.

Garmunda has been widely used in traditional medicine for centuries. In traditional veterinary medicine, colocynth has been used to treat skin eruptions in camels.  It is also used in urinary diseases and ascites. Its leaves are similar to watermelon and the flowers are yellow. The fruit is smooth, and extremely bitter to taste.

Recently, an investigator from the Central University of Haryana has claimed that just four days of syrup made from wild fruit “Garmunda” can lead to a complete discharge of the disease of sugar. He told that he has prepared this syrup after long research. It has been used on many people. Read More…

When Habits Becomes Identity – 2

The teacher explained the man a lot, but the man was not ready to understand. In the end the teacher had to accept his defeat and accept the man’s offer. The teacher asked the man to come after ten days. That man was not happy, he would pass by the school everyday and would be happy that my donkey would also return to me as a man. Similarly, ten days have passed.

Finally, the day arrived when his donkey was about to come in front of him as a man. He arrives at the school wondering how he will treat her, how she will treat him. He even brought fresh grass for his beloved donkey that if he had forgotten, he would miss seeing the grass.

In the same confusion, he reached out to the teacher and asked about his donkey. Sir, did my donkey become a man? Can i meet him, where is he, please tell me soon? The teacher asked him to be patient, and told him, “Your donkey was not a normal donkey, it was very intelligent, I made him not only a man by my intelligence, but also a teacher.” Now he is in the next class, and is teaching, you can meet him.

“The man went to the next class and he called the teacher, as usual he called his donkey. The teacher could not understand anything and came out of the classroom. The teacher asked the man to come there, but the man thought he could not recognize me, so he took the grass out of his bundle and put it in the teacher’s mouth and lovingly turned his hand over his head and said , How many years have we been together and you have forgotten me.

The teacher was very angry at this, he called the man very bad and gave him a kick, asked him to leave. The man was not prepared for this amazing incident and fell to the earth. He got up and went back to the teacher to whom he had handed his donkey. The teacher asked him about the meeting, then the person thanked him for his act and said, “No doubt, you made him a man but he still hasn’t given up the kicking habit.” Read More…

When Habits Becomes Identity – 1

Once upon a time, a man lived in a small village. He was very innocent. He was unskilled and had few donkeys. His profession was transportation of goods with the help of his donkeys. He was also very unlucky and even after several years of marriage he has no children. He lived in a mourning. One day as he was passing through school, he heard the teacher’s shout at his student, “In such a time I would have made a donkey a man.”

On hearing this, he was very happy. He ran to his house and told the story to his wife. He told her how the teacher can be helpful in getting our happiness back. Her wife said to him that this is impossible, but the man was not agreed, saying that,”I heard that with my own ears.”  You must have faith on the teacher, he is a wise man and educated also. He is respected by all, he can’t speaks a lie. It is possible, that’s why he had spoken this.

He gave a lot of examples and eventually, his wife had to agree to do whatever. The man was very happy that now with the help of the teacher, happiness will also come in his house. The next morning he went to school with his sweetest donkey and said to the teacher, “Sir, I am an ordinary man, and I do not have any child, please help me and make this donkey a man, I shall be very thankful to you for your noble act; because of you, there would be showers of happiness on my house too.”

The teacher was speechless after hearing his words. The teacher said, “How I can do this.” Then the man told the story of the previous day.” Read More…

Vijai Dashmi/ Dussehra

The festivals celebrated in India give the message of the victory of good over evil in one way or the other but the festival which is known for this message is Dussehra. Exactly twenty days before Diwali. Dussehra is one of the major festivals of Hindus. This festival tells the story of Lord Shri Rama, who, after 9 days of continuous war in Lanka, killed Ahkari Ravana and freed Mother Sita from her captivity.

On this day, Mother Durga also killed Mahishasura, hence it is also celebrated as Vijayadashami and mother Durga is also worshiped. It is believed that Lord Rama also invoked the power by worshiping Mother Durga, after examining Lord Rama, one of the lotus flowers kept for worship disappeared. Since Shri Ram was called Rajivayanan i.e. the lotus with eyes, he decided to offer one of his eyes to the mother as soon as he started removing his eyes, the Goddess appeared pleased and gave him the boon of victory.

It is believed that Lord Rama killed Ravana on the day of Dashami. This festival of Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and Mata Durga over Mahishasura is celebrated all over the country as the victory of good over evil and religion over unrighteousness. Different styles of celebrating it have also evolved in different parts of the country. Dussehra of Kullu is very famous all over the country, Durga Puja is also celebrated on a large scale in many states including West Bengal, Tripura.

Dussehra is considered to be the biggest symbol on the caste of good over evil. Navratri Dussehra is the main festival of Hinduism. This festival is celebrated as the victory of good over evil and victory of truth over untruth. Every year this festival is celebrated on the Dashami date of Ashwin month Shukla Paksha. There is a tradition throughout the country to blow effigies of Ravana on the day of Vijayadashami.

On this day, Maa Durga and Lord Rama, both should be worshipped. This will destroy all obstacles and you will get victory in life. Worshiping weapons on this day is very beneficial. Arms are worshiped on the day of Dussehra, on this day both weapons and scripture have special significance in the Sanatan tradition. Arms are used in a religious way to protect and self-protect the scriptures. Read More…

Shard Navratra 20- Day- 9. Siddhidatri

The ninth power of Maa Durga is named Siddhidatri. She is going to give all kinds of siddis. Maa Siddhidatri is able to provide all the Siddhas to devotees and seekers. According to Devi Purana, he achieved these achievements only from his kripa. Due to his compassion, half of Lord Shiva’s body was made of Goddess. That is why he became famous as Ardhanarishwar in the world. Mother Siddhidatri is of four arms. The lion is his conveyance. They are also offered on lotus flowers. His right hand has a circle in the lower hand, mace in the upper hand and a lotus flower in the upper hand and a lotus flower in the upper hand. Navratri-pooja is performed on the day of Navami. On this day, all attainment of a spiritual healer is done with classical method and with full devotion. Nothing in the world is possible for him.

Mother Siddhidatri is the last incarnation of the new Durga. The worshipers worship the other eight goddesses in a ritualistic manner and worship them on the ninth day. After completing the worship of these Mother Siddhidatri, all kinds of cosmic and supernatural wishes of the devotees and seekers are fulfilled. But after the blessings of Siddhidatri Ma, there is no remaining desire of the devotee, which he wants to fulfill.

He rises above all worldly desires, needs and mentally wandering in the divine loco of Maa Bhagwati, while enjoying her grace, the subject becomes zero. After getting this position, he does not have any desire for any other Vastu. In order to achieve this harmony of the feet of the mother, we must worship them continuously. Maa Bhagwati’s remembrance, meditation, worship are going to lead us to the real ultimate peaceful nectar by realizing the impermanence of this world. Read More…

Shard Navratra 20 – Day- 8. Mahagauri

The eighth power of Maa Durga is named Mahagauri. Their color is fully noticed. It is also likened to conch, moon and kunda flowers. All their clothing and jewelry is also white. They have four arms. They ride bulls. His upper right hand is in abhaya mudra and lower hand has trident. The top left hand is Damru and the lower hand is in Vara mudra.

She is sitting on a bull and is the most calm of all of Maa Durga’s avatars. She symbolizes purity, serenity and tranquility. A lot of devotees consider this an auspicious day and worship their tools. The significance behind this is that Maa Durga’s weapons are worshipped as symbols of female strength. It is believed that Goddess Mahagauri can fulfil all the desires of her devotees. If you worship her, you can be relived from all the sufferings of life.

His previously accumulated sins are also destroyed. Sin will never come in the future, it will never be sad. He possesses all types of holy and inexhaustible virtues. Maa Mahagauri’s attention to all-round welfare is remembrance, worship and worship for the devotees. We should always take care of them, by their grace, supernatural siddhis are attained. They definitely alleviate the sufferings of devotees. Therefore, we should make every effort to find shelter at their feet, their glory has been richly described in the Puranas. They inspire human beings towards the truth and destroy the discrete. Read More…

Shard Navratra 20 – Day- 7. Kalratri

Kalratri form of Durga Maa is worshiped on the seventh day of Navratri. Mother Durga’s seventh form is that of Mother Kalratri Devi. The seventh day of worship of Goddess Durga is also very important during the Navratri days. They are also called auspicious because of always giving auspicious results. It is said that by worshiping Maa Kalratri, Kaal is destroyed.

Navratri seventh day observes the worship of Goddess Kalaratri as well as Goddess Saraswati. This day people also arrange the Utsava Puja and the worship of nine planet. Maa Kalaratri is considered to be the most ferocious avatar of NavDurga and is known for destroying ignorance and removing darkness from the universe. This form of mother is considered a symbol of valor and courage. It is believed that with the grace of Maa Kalratri, the devotee is always fear-free. He has no fear of fire, water, enemies etc.

This incarnation is depicted as a destructive form of the goddess. She can be seen riding a dark black ass. She is dark black in color and has four hands. The position of his hands is in Abhay and Varada mudra and she holds the sword and iron hook in his left hands. It is said that she licked the blood of the demon Blood Seed, who had the ability to create more demons from his own blood. Due to the powers she possesses, she is also called Goddess Shubhankari.

According to the legend, the demons Shumbha-Nishumbha and Raktabija together attacked Devaloka, worried that all the gods went to Shiva. Shiva asks Goddess Parvati to slay the demons and protect her devotees, thus, Parvati assumed the form of Durga Devi and killed Shumbha-Nishumbha. But as soon as Durga killed Raktabeej, the blood coming out of her body produced millions of Raktabhis. Seeing this, Durga ji called Kalratri. Subsequently, when Durga killed Raktabeej, Kalratri drank all his blood and that wicked came to an end. Read More…

Shard Navratra –Day -6. Katyayani

The sixth form of Maa Durga is named Katyayani. The story of his name being Katyayani is as follows – There was a famous Maharishi named Kat, whose son a sage was named Katya. The world famous Maharishi Katyayan was born in the tribe of these katyas. He did very hard penance of Bhagwati Para Amba for years. He wished that Maa Bhagwati was born as a daughter to his house. Mother Bhagwati accepted his prayer.

After some time, when the tyranny of the demon Mahishasura greatly increased on the earth, then Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, after giving their share of power and generated a goddess for the destruction of Mahishasura. Maharishi Katyayan first worshiped him. For this reason, it was called Katyayani.

Mother Katyayani gives unfailfull results. He is revered as the presiding deity of Vrajmandal. His form is very grand and divine. Her colour is a bright phosphor like gold. She has four arms. Her right upper hand is in Abhayamudra and lower is in Vara mudra. The sword in the upper left hand and the lotus flower in the lower are embellished. The lion is her conveyance. Her form is worshiped on the sixth day of Durga Puja. On that day the mind of the seeker is located in the “command cycle”. This “command cycle” has a very important place in yoga practice. The mind of seeker situated in this chakra makes his own call at the feet of Maa Katyayani. Such devotees who surrender completely, they get the view of Maa Katyayani in a natural way.

By devotion and worship of Mother Katyayani, man gets all the results of meaning, religion, work, salvation very easily. He becomes supernatural fast and effective even while in the world. His diseases, grief, sorrow, fear etc. are completely destroyed. There is no easy way to worship the mother to eradicate the sins of births. Her worshiper is constantly in her custody and gets the highest position. Therefore, we should prepare for the worship of an all-loved mother and worship her. Read More…

Shard Navratra – Day- 5 Skandamata

The fifth form of Maa Durga is that of Skandamata. Being the mother of Lord Skanda, she is known as Skandmata. They are worshiped on the fifth day of Navratri-puja. On this day, the mind of the seeker is situated in the ‘pure’ cycle. Lord Skanda sits on his lap in child form. Skandamata has four arms. This right hand is holding Lord Skanda in the lap and the lotus flower in the other. Her one left arm is in boon form and the other arm also has lotus flower.

Its color is completely white. She sits on the lotus seat. For that reason, she is also known as Padmasana Devi. She rides a lion. After meditating on the mother, the seeker moves towards a pure conscious form. Her mind is completely engrossed as Padmasana Maa Skandamata, freed from all cosmic, worldly, mystic bonds. At this time, the seeker should move towards worship with full caution. He should continue on the path of cultivation while keeping all his meditations focused. Worshiping Maa Skandamata fulfills all the wishes of the devotee.

The seeker begins to experience ultimate peace and happiness in the world of death itself. For him, the gate of salvation is automatically accessible. Along with the worship of Skandmata, the worship of Skanda God is also done on its own. Only this goddess has this specialty, so the seeker should pay special attention to the worship of Skandamata.

Being the goddess presiding over the sun, their worshipers are endowed with supernatural aura. This supernatural halo is always a circular circumference. Therefore, we should try to come to the mother’s shelter by keeping the mind pure with concentration. There is no better way to relieve the sufferings of this terrible death world and make the path of salvation accessible. Read More…

Shard Navratra – Day- 4 Kushmanda

The fourth form of Maa Durga is named Kushmanda. Due to its light, light cube, which produces the universe, it has been named as Kushmanda Devi. When there was no existence of the universe, there was darkness all around, then these Goddesses created the universe with their humor. Only the ability and power to reside in Suryaloka is in him; his body’s radiance and brilliance are as resplendent and phosphor as that of the Sun.

She has eight arms. Hence, she is also known as Ashtabhuja Devi. His seven hands have Kamandalu, Dhanush, Arms, Lotus-flower, Amritpurna Kalash, Chakra and Mace respectively. In the eighth hands, there is a garland of chanting of all the siddhis and funds. The lion is his conveyance. On the fourth day of Navratri-worship, the form of Goddess Kushmanda is worshiped.

On this day, the mind of the seeker is situated in the ‘Anahata’ cycle. Therefore, on this day, one should be engaged in the work of worship, keeping in mind the nature of Goddess Kushmanda, a very holy and unshackled mind. All the diseases and mourning of the devotees are destroyed by worshiping Maa Kushmanda. Their devotion leads to increase in age, fame, strength and health. Maa Kushmanda is going to be delighted with even minimal service and devotion. If a human becomes his refuge with a genuine heart, then he can attain the ultimate position with great ease.

We need that according to the method described in the scriptures and Puranas, should to be continue on the path of worship of Goddess Durga. After moving a few steps on the path of devotion to the mother, the devotee seeker gets a subtle experience of his grace, this form makes the world very pleasant and easy for him. Worshiping the mother is the most accessible and credible way for a man to easily cross journey of this world. The worship of Maa Kushmanda is always going to get rid from various diseases and lead towards happiness, prosperity and progress. Therefore, those who want their cosmic-ecological advancement should always be ready in their worship. Read More…

Sharad Navratri – Day 3 Chandraghanta

The third power of Maa Durga is ‘Chandraghanta’. On the third day, in the worship of Navratri, this form is worshiped. This form of them is extremely peaceful and well-being. Her forehead has half-moon shaped like a bell, for this reason she is called Chandraghanta Devi. Their body color is bright like gold. He has ten hands. Her hands are decorated with weapons like swords and arrows. The lion is his conveyance. She always seems to be ready for war. The tyrannical demon-monster-demons are always shaken by her terrible sound.

The worship of the third day in Navratri Durga worship is of great importance. On this day, the seeker’s mind enters the ‘Manipur’ cycle. Due to the blessings of Mother Chandraghanta, supernatural things are seen. Divine fragrances are experienced and a wide variety of divine sounds are heard. These symptoms are for the seeker to be very careful. She quickly resolves the sufferings of the devotees. His vehicle is a lion, so his worshiper becomes as powerful and fearless as a lion.

We need to purify our mind, words and deeds in prescribed ways, we should be ready to worship Goddess Chandraghanta. By worshiping them we can easily get rid of all worldly sufferings. We should try to move towards cultivation keeping in mind their sacred deity. His focus is the ultimate benefactor and salvation both in and outside this world. Read More…

Sharad Navratri – Day 2 Brahmacharini

The second form of Mother Durga’s new power is that of Brahmacharini. Brahmacharini means follower of Tenacity. The form of Brahmacharini Devi is fully lit and very magnificent. The garland of chanting in her right hand “Kamandalu” remains in the left hand. In her former birth, she was born as a daughter of the Himalayas, and through Narada’s sermon, she did extremely difficult penance to get Lord Shankar as her husband. Due to this arduous austerity, he was named as Tapashcharini i.e. Brahmacharini.

She spent a thousand years eating only fruits and roots. Had to subsist for hundred years only on herbs. Having a hard fast for a few days, under the open sky, suffered terrible sufferings of rain and sunlight. Due to this difficult austerity of several thousand years, the body of the former birth of Brahmacharini Devi became completely degraded. She had become very agrarian. Her mother Maina became very sad to see her condition. He gave them a voice to overcome that difficult austerity, ‘Uma’, hey! Since then, one of the previous births of Goddess Brahmacharini was also named Uma.

Her austerity caused chaos in all three worlds. Gods, sages, determinative sages all started praising Brahmacharini Devi for this austerity as an unprecedented virtuous act. Finally, “Pitamah Brahmaji” addressed him through Oracle and said – ‘O Goddess! No one had done such a hard penance until today. Such austerity was possible with you only. Your supernatural act is being roundly appreciated. Your wish will be perfect you will get “Lord Chandramauli Shiv” as your husband. Now you overcome with penance and return home. Soon your father is coming to call you.

This second form of Goddess Durga is going to give eternal fruits to devotees and Siddhas. Their worship leads to the growth of human tenacity, sacrifice, quietness, virtue, self-control. Even in the difficult struggles of life, her mind does not deviate from the path of duty. By the grace of Goddess Brahmacharini, she attains perfection and victory everywhere. The same form is worshiped on the second day of Durga Puja. On this day, the mind of the seeker is situated in the ‘Swadhisthana’ cycle. A yogi with a mind situated in this chakra receives her grace and devotion. Read More…

Sharad Navratri 2020 -1. Shailputri

The Devi Mahatmya or Devi Mahatmyam or “The Glory of the Goddess” is a Hindu religious text describing the Goddess as the supreme power and creator of the universe. It is part of the Markandeya Purana. Devi Mahatmyam is also known as the “Durgā Saptashatī. The text arranged into 13 chapters. It is one of the most important texts of Shaktism tradition within Hinduism.

The nine-day festival of Sharad Navratri 2020 started today and is being celebrated across the country with full fervour and enthusiasm. The Sharad Navratri 2020 will conclude on October 25 with Ram Navmi. The Sharad Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Durga, who killed the demon king Mahishasura. This gives us a lesson about victory over evil. However, evil may remain for some time, but is ultimately defeated by good. It is also a big lesson for us to live life. It teaches us that everything in this world is mortal, we should not be enamored of anyone. Just as in the Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, the emphasis is on “doings” itself, not on the desire for its fruit, because man’s downfall starts from where the desires begin to happen.

The Devi Mahatmya presents the story of a majestic king, a businessman who were betrayed by their family, and a saint whose teachings take them beyond existential misery. In this Mahatmya, nine different forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped. Today is the first day of Navratri and “Goddess Shailputri” is worshiped on this day.

“Goddess Shailputri” is the first manifestation of Goddess Durga. She holds a Trishul in one hand and a lotus in the other and rides a bull called Nandi. Goddess Parvati was born as the daughter of Himalaya and in Sanskrit, Shail means the mountain, thus she is known as Shailputri. Goddess Shailputri wears white clothes. Read More…

Self Respect And You

We cannot always define love as a man and woman, children or one’s family. The most important kind of love, the most valuable love is self-love. I have always kept my feelings for everyone, my wife, my children, my family, even everyone’s reputation ahead of me, today this is the reason why I feel sorry and emptiness here. It is good to think of others, but not at the cost of your self-respect.

The word “self-respect” is made up of a combination of two words. Self and pride which means pride on ourselves. Negative people take this meaning with pride, but with its positive attitude then we will find that what we think is wrong. The truth is that self-respect has an important role in our success. If we recognize our own importance properly and take any action keeping in mind our self-esteem, then success will ours. It gives us a life full of happiness, satisfaction and purpose.

The more we think about ourselves, the more our self-esteem increases, because what we feel about ourselves does in our behavior. God has given the quality of self-respect to almost all living beings, we will know this only when we recognize ourselves and our inner potential. Hopefully! If we had taken care of our self-respect in time, today would not have seen this day. Read More…

Visit to My Native Place-2

We took National Highway 58 from Udaipur. The roads were smooth and with low traffic, so our journey was quite comfortable. We were moving on our way seeing the beauty of Rajasthan. Our journey to this point was very pleasant. After three hour of driving, we halted at Beawar, Rajasthan at a restaurant for our lunch. We were moving as per our time schedule. We had our lunch, had rest for a while and gone ahead on our way at 1500 hrs.

We had to speed up our vehicle as we wanted to cross Jaipur before sunset. We had crossed Ajmer and now the road had also widened. In this way we reached Jaipur at 1800 hrs. It took two hours to cross Jaipur till we reached National Highway 8. There was lots of work on roads was in progress in Jaipur. It took lots of time by diversion at various places. The situation of National Highway 8 was very bad and due to night there was low visibility, which caused slow movement of the vehicle.

My house is about 3 hours from Jaipur but due to road condition we could not cross Jaipur in three hours. I stayed at a hotel for dinner at 2100. We were quite late, usually it is more traffic at night, so we thought of resting for an hour. We left the hotel at 2230, traffic had also become moderate.

We came to Kotputli and left the National Highway 8 and moved on the National Highway 148B. Then via Behrod to Narnaul and reached my house at 0100 hrs. Thus, for the first time in my life, I had done this memorable journey of 19 hours in a day by my car. Read More…

Visit to My Native Place-1

The weather was really lovely when we woke up. It was four in the morning. Although, we had prepared it in advance, but some important stuff had to be taken for the day. It is a place where I was born, but for six years I had not been there even once. This lovely day was a great opportunity to go for a visit. It was 05.30 o’clock in the morning when I along with my family started our journey for my native place “Mahendragarh”, Haryana. We took national highway 48, after 25 kilometer we left it and diverted on Gujarat State Highway 154 towards “Modasa”.

The traffic on the road was very low as it was morning. When we reached Kapadganj, the sun had risen. The car was running at its full speed as if it was too early to reach home. There was a feeling of mild cold in the atmosphere, which was creating more thrill in the journey. Three hours had passed since we left our house and we had reached “Modasa,” Gujarat, parked the car and we made our first tea on our way.

After tea we had to speed up our journey as our destination was far away. After this we entered the border of Rajasthan via “Shyamalji” Gujarat. As soon as we enter Rajasthan, we start seeing mountain ranges. The winding path from the middle of the mountains, sometimes climbing up and down again, was a wonderful sight. The road up to Udaipur was similar where our second stop was going to be. Thus, while looking at the bird’s eye view of nature, we reached “Udaipur”, Rajasthan at 11.30 hrs.

Since this was my first road trip, we had to find the road ahead along with tea, as there were three routes to reach my destination. From here we decided to reach Jaipur after tea and go to Ajmer via Ajmer and we headed towards our destination. Read More…

Roots Will Always Be Tangled!

Those days I was working in Delhi. One day a friend of mine suddenly appeared in front of me and smiled. A woman was with him, I looked at her and thought that she could be his wife, I bowed in a greeting post and upon seeing her, barely a word of hello came out. It was just a coincidence or sometimes supports life; Stars and planets align to give you opportunities. Meeting someone after a long time, especially dear friend, is a tremendous feeling. This moment is as indifferent as it is enjoyable.

I get lost in those beautiful moments of the past where we first met. We were together in Nagpur, the orange city of Maharashtra in the nineties. His name was Mr. Sunil and belonged to a very good family. His father was employed in a high position. Sunil was very naughty in childhood and his habits were going against the dignity of his father. Therefore he was involved in this work. He was very extravagant, thus there was a lot of people around him.

We spent time with each other, united during a crisis, we also used to fight and then again get united. Life is never dull when you were with your friends. But once we explore different paths during higher education and career stages, we will definitely have to say goodbye to the friends, but their memories stay with us. When we get a chance of meeting an old friend after a long gap of many years, we will definitely feel ecstatic. Hugs and tears will speak more than words during such occasions. The joy we experience in our heart are almost inexplicable.

I was also in the same position; I was standing in front of them but my mind was at Nagpur enjoying those days, which we had lived years before. During this time Sunil had addressed me thrice but I was standing like a statue in front of them. This time he grabbed my hand and pushed me, I cautiously asked, “I am not dreaming.” This time he held my hand and pushed me, I cautiously asked, “I am not dreaming.” He said, “No, my friend, it is me.” I shocked, “How did this style change?” Then he pointed at his wife and told me, it’s all done by her. She has changed me a lot. Read More…

The Mother, My World!

Mother is one of the first indications of the sovereignty of God in our life. There is a heaven in mother’s feet. Mothers teach us to have confidence and belief in ourselves. Mothers knew from experience how important for people to believe in themselves in order for children to be whole, strong and grow with a healthy estimation of oneself. Motherhood changes everything.

The influence of a mother in the lives of her children is beyond calculation. For a woman, there is no other role in life that is more necessary than that of a mother. Her unconditional love and care means everything to us. She is the foundation of our development on which our whole life flows. We are proud of her and appreciate her tireless love and care.

You are the light of our life, in whose light our whole life is bright. You are the first ray of the morning, who holds the lamp of hope. Your lap gives us a lovely and pleasant shelter like the palace and gives us the joy of fullness in the world. In your love there is a continuous and steady flow like a river, and as deep as the ocean. My mother’s love is my own experience of my life. Today my mother is not with me, but mother’s ideals, her blessings and love always remain immortal. Read More…

Respiratory System & Exercises

These days, many people are unable to go out for exercise due to the lockdown . In such a situation, some yoga postures can be helpful to make your respiratory system and lungs healthy. These asanas also help in maintaining oxygen levels in the body.

Tree Posture (Vrikshasan)

In this posture, standing on one leg with both hands folded upwards is made inverted. While going in this position one has to take deep breaths. And exhale while returning to normal.


When you stand on your toes and stretch your hands directly above the head, there is more room for oxygen in the respiratory system. This increases lung capacity.

Triangle Posture (Trikonasan)

Take deep sows standing upright. While exhaling, one hand is rooted from the bottom and the other hand is towards the sky, this leads to the exercise of the stomach. The respiratory process becomes the scavenger.


In this posture, sit on the ground with cross legs and keep the head back and stay on the ground. Keep your back bone and chest elevated from the ground. This posture provides more space for oxygen in the lungs.

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Hard Work is the Real Wealth of Man

Once upon a time, a farmer lived in a village with his wife and children. He used to work hard in the fields and feed his family. But all four of his children were lazy and used to roam around the same way in the village. One day the farmer told his wife what would happen to these boys after me. He never even worked hard. They have never seen the fields. The farmer fell very ill. He remained ill for a long time. He told his wife that he should call all four boys. His wife called all four boys and brought them. The farmer said that now I will not live longer. The farmer was worried about what would happen to his sons after his death.

He said, sons, whatever I have earned in my life is holding the treasure under my fields. After me, you take the treasure out of it and share it among yourself. The four boys were happy after hearing this.

After some time the farmer died. A few days after the death of the farmer, his boys went to the field to extract the buried treasure. They dug up the entire field from morning till evening. But he did not see any treasure.

The boys came home and said to their mother that father lied to them. We did not find any treasure in that farm. His mother said that your father has earned this house and farm in his life. But now that you have dug the field, then sow seeds in it.

After this, the boys sowed the seeds and gave them water according to the mother’s instructions. After some time, the crop is ready for ripening. The boys made a good profit by selling it. With whom he reached his mother. Mother said that your hard work is the real treasure, this is what your father wanted to explain to you. Read More…