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…

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 http://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in.

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 http://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in.

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…

“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…