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…

Fall, But Like Waterfall

The power and beauty of the waterfall always fascinate us. Waterfalls are one of those rare universal things that all humans love. The sound and feel of moving water is just soothing, which are beyond our imagination. When we see this seductive scene, our mind gets mesmerized by it.

It teaches us that no matter how many problems we face in life, we should not panic. If for some reason you fall, it should be like a waterfall, which does not lose its beauty even after falling from such a height. It is not that if there is a loss in business, then take the money of the country and run away abroad. This will make the circumstances even more hostile, even your own identity will be lost. You will have to hide yourself from your friends and relatives, you will be separated from all your close ones and its bite will make you suffer till life.

In such a situation, take help from the country, share information about your financial situation to the country and assure that you will come back to the same situation in the near future. Always keep in mind that your pride in the country and abroad are not just because of your wealth. You have earned it by doing a lot of work, which you should not waste in vain.  Read More…

Ficus Religiosa Abode of God

Ficus Religiosa is sacred in Indian tradition, and is also called the Deva tree. It is also known as Bodhi tree. In Buddhism, this is important because Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree and is revered in various cultures. At its root is Brihama, Vishnu in the middle and Lord Shiva in the back is believed to be the abode, that’s why that’s why it is worshiped. Burning or cutting of this tree is prohibited in North India, although its wood has special significance in worship.

Peepal tree provides oxygen round the clock and purifies the surrounding environment. In traditional medicine, it is beneficial in treating many types of disorders like asthma, dysentery, arthritis, boils and pimples etc. Leaves, bark, and fiber are used for fodder, dye, tanning, and milk to seal something.

Peepal trees give us shade and shelter as well as a pure atmosphere, reflecting their unique aesthetic and cultural significance. Let us pledge to revive our surroundings with peepal trees. They can be planted in every area where open areas are available. Can be placed on both sides of the national highways so that the passengers can get accommodation. My Profile…

Herbs For Your Garden

India is home to a wide variety of plant species. Some plant species play a very important role in human life and are used directly and indirectly due to medicinal properties. We in India are blessed with such herb plants.

1. Aloe Vera:

Aloe Vera, which does not require much introduction, is a commonly found plant in every household and neighborhood. Its gel which is used in many medicines and a lot of beauty and facial products is derived from its leaves. This is now a very popular plant above all. One of the most crucial elements found in aloe vera gel is a complex carbohydrate known as acemannan. It allows nutrients to reach the cells, nourish them and at the same time relieve them of toxins.

2. Ashwagandha:

Ashwagandha is a highly attractive medicinal herb and is an ayurvedic herb helpful in natural healing. Root and fruit are the most important parts in the plant and their extracts are used in medicinal applications. Its extract is mainly used for relieving stress and depression. Apart from this, these extracts also help in curing diseases like arthritis, hyperactivity disorder, insomnia, maintaining blood sugar levels, and cholesterol levels.

3. Carom:

Carom seeds also known as Ajwain. These seeds are added in almost every Indian curry recipe. Ajwain seeds do possess a strong aroma which not only adds up to the flavor of the food but also adds up to many health benefits. It gives instant relief from acidity and indigestion. This also helps in dealing with respiratory ailments like asthma and bronchitis. It provides great help in getting rid of dirt from the skin.

4. Curry Leaves:

Curry leaves are used as spices and flavor enhancing agents in almost all Indian foods. Every part of the plant: leaves, roots and bark are used extensively for various medicinal applications. But curry leaves are quite famous due to their high nutritional benefits. Curry leaves are a great source of high fiber content, which reduce weight and reduce hair loss.

5. Fenugreek:

Fenugreek is gaining a lot of popularity worldwide. The popular herb is not only a common kitchen spice, but is also most commonly used in soaps and shampoos. This herb is also rich in nutrients which are used in curing diseases like diabetes, constipation, blood sugar levels, testosterone, and male libido. Ripe or boiled seeds work for weight loss and also relieves muscle aches.

6. Giloy:

Giloy is an herb called the root of immortality in Ayurveda. Due to its extremely rich medicinal properties, it has been used as medicines. It is quite simple and easy to grow at your home. It is useful for our immunity, chronic fever, digestion, diabetes, reduces stress and anxiety, arthritis, reduces asthmatic symptoms and boost our vision. Giloy is also known for its anti-inflammatory benefits.

7 Khus:

Khus plants or popularly knows as Khus grass is widely found in plains and hilly areas of India.The roots is the most important part of this plant. Oils of Khus roots are used in perfumes and soaps. The Khus plants have high medicinal properties and help prevent Jaundice, Diuretic, Arthritis, Maintains Blood sugar levels and also boosts blood circulation and immunity levels.

8) Sage:

Sage is a highly beneficial medicinal herb of the peppermint family. This small herb has some strong aromatic appearance. Its leaves serve as excellent skin and hair care. By boiling sage leaves in water and washing hair, not only your hair grows but also becomes shiny. Burning of dried sage leaves is commonly practiced in India to improve air quality, kill bacteria. Sage also contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E.

9 Spearmint:

Peppermint is known by many names such as Mackerel Mint, Garden Mint, and Lamb Peppermint famous as “the world’s oldest medicine”. The leaves of these plants are rich in vitamins, and manganese and are popular in summer drinks, tea, and chutneys across India.  Its oil, which is known as menthol, comes with a host of health and beauty benefits, right from soothing an upset stomach and treating cold to relieving stress and skin irritation. No wonder in the ancient times it was used as an herbal medicine across various cultures.

10. Tulsi:

One of the most common plants widely found in the homes of many Indians. This plant is considered sacred and often feeds you basil leaves. In this way it is applied to bring good luck and comfort in the house. It is used in herbal teas, beauty products and is widely used to fight indigestion, diabetes, fever, cold, cough and bronchitis. It can reduce the frequency of coughing and can soothe throat soreness and irritation. The essential oils found in tulsi may help manage blood pressure levels too. My Profile…

Ultimate Peace

It was a very pleasant morning. Snow was shining in the sun on the mountain peaks. It was my heartiest desire to travel to the snow covered mountains once in life, which now succeeded in the last phase of life. I set out on the final journey of my dreams through the icy paths. How far I reached here, I was unaware. There was snow all around.

There was a feeling that the legs were moving on their own but the body was shivering, there was no resting place, and I piled on the same ice. My body was relaxed, eyes closed. But it seemed that I had been going through long shores and dark scenes, I had been there hundreds of times. My memory was relaxed. I was also craving to take a nap.

I can tell that I had come to the end, it was not common here, and however, I felt peace, ultimate peace. A huge light beam appeared towards me and its bright light blinded my vision this time as the end. The wind felt great on my face and I was blowing like a toy in the air. Read More…

Health Benefits of Moringa

Moringa is a plant of northern India that can also grow in other places like Asia and Africa. The leaves, flowers, seeds, and roots of this plant are used as medicines for centuries.

Its leaves have vitamin C and potassium. It also has calcium, protein, iron, and amino acids, which help your body heal and build muscle. It is full of substances that can protect cells from damage and may boost your immune system.

It’s traditionally been used as a remedy for Diabetes, Long-lasting inflammation, Bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, Joint pain, Heart health and Cancer. It strengthens our bones. Read More…

Nature is the Beauty of the Great Outdoors

God gave a good planet to live. Where nature beautifies our earth. A combination of mountains, rivers, trees, flowers, fruits and many other things which looks very beautiful.

Nature provides oxygen for us to breathe and food to eat. The most beautiful planet is Earth, which has a clean and beautiful nature full of trees and flowers.

Nature is our best friend, it gives us fruits, flowers, vegetables, air to breathe and more. Nature is the most precious gift from God to us to live our life on earth. There are many animals that provide us with milk, meat, wool etc., which is a part of nature.

Nature is full of diversity, in part it appears white due to snow, elsewhere it appears green due to trees, some part of the earth appears blue due to water bodies and due to some desert of the earth, it appears golden. Read More…