The Asian Koel is a common bird which belongs to Cuckoo family. The scientific name of this bird is Eudynamys Scolopaceus. This species are found in Indian Subcontinent, China and Southeast Asia. The Koel has differentgeographic forms based on the shape of their plumage and known with different scientific names in the above mentioned regions.According to wikipedia, the Asian Koel is a large size bird with long-tailed measuring around 36-46 cm (15-18 in). The female koel appears brownish on the crown and has rufous streaks on the head. The other parts of the body are dark brown with white and buff spots.The male koel is glossy bluish-black with a pale greenish grey beak. The iris is crimson and it has grey legs.Read more on http://sachinbaikar.com/wp/2018/08/11/asian-koel/
Two years back, I was on summer vacation with my family in Konkan at my in-laws’ place.One afternoon, we were relaxing in the veranda after lunch. My attention was caught with a distintive long and high-pitched whistle sound. This melodious sound was coming from the nearby trees. I quickly grabbed my camera and started looking around the high trees.The whistle sound was so different one. It was definintely a bird call which I had never heard it before. I was becoming anxious to locate the bird. From around a distance of 20-30 metres, I could locate a bird sitting on the highest branch of a thorny tree.Read more on http://sachinbaikar.com/wp/2018/08/18/banded-bay-cuckoo/
During my last summer vacation in Konkan region of Maharashtra, one day I had gone for a morning walk on the Shiroda-Redi road. While crossing the bridge, my attention was caught by a bird on the electric wire relaxing or looking for prey in the river flowing under the bridge. The bird was appearing big due to its long and broad bill. It was the White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis)also known as White-breasted Kingfisher.The appearance of this Kingfisher was bright and attractive as there was morning bright sunlight in that area. The size of the bird was approx 25-27cms. The dark red colour of the bill, blue and black colour on the wings, chestnut coloured head makes this bird more attractive. The throat and chest were covered with plain white colour. Overall, the bird was beautiful and photogenic.Read more on http://sachinbaikar.com/wp/2018/10/27/white-throated-kingfisher/
Rajasthan is one of the most eminent travel destinations in India. It is well known for its scenic views and beautiful cities. Rajasthan attracts thousands of tourists each year due to its iconic trekking locations.Here are the 4 locations where you can go for Hill Trekking in RajasthanKumbhalgarh Known for its majestic fort, Kumbhalgarh is located on the westerly range of Aravalli Hills. It is also home to a wildlife sanctuary and tribal villages. Trekking in the hills of Kumbhalgarh is full of fun and numerous adventures. It is a downhill trekking passing through a reserve forest area. During the Kumbhalgarh trek, you will get to experience the scenic view of the Kumbhalgarh fort. You will also get to see wild animals and Ayurvedic plants. During this trek, you will pass through a famous pond lake named Thandi Beri ( also known as the Crocodile land). You can also go on the Kumbhalgarh-Futadeval trek, which is around 10 kilometers long. This trek will take you through a forest area, where you may spot antelopes and other wild animals. While trekking you will also come across many caves that are popularly known as Lord Ganesha’s cave. Udaipur Udaipur is located near Aravali Mountain Range. It is well known for its lakes, palaces, and geographical diversity. Hills of Aravali range make Udaipur a perfect location for trekking and other adventures in Rajasthan. Dhar- Ubeshwarji trek is one of the best hill treks. It is a combination trek of small hilly terrains and uphill climb. This trek will take you through the small villages, giving you a chance to take a sneak peek into the lives of the people residing in rural India. During the trek, you will come across many small ponds and rivers.This trek will give you a chance to visit small villages and interact with people living there. This trek is full of farms, which will help you to learn about the different agricultural practices. During the trek, you will get to visit Vaishno Devi temple and a very famous lord Shiva’s temple. While in Udaipur, you can also go for the Aravali trekking. This trek is best when started in the morning. This trek covers many small villages and ends at the Bhil village. During this trek, you will get to visit schools and get to know about India’s education system. You will also get to talk to the villagers where you will get to learn about their farming and cultivation methods. Trekking in Aravali hills is full of adventures and beautiful experiences. Ghanerao trekking Ghanerao is an ancient village ruled by many dynasties of Mewar and Marwar. Known for its historical values, Ghanerao is very famous in Rajasthan. It has many Hindu and Jain temples around it. This village is best suited for Villages walks and trekking. It is a plan and uphill trek which takes you to Kumbhalgarh. While trekking, you may spot deer and many species of birds. You will get to witness many mesmerizing views during the trek. This trek takes you through many tribal villages and forest areas. Ranakpur Trekking Ranakpur is located in Pali district of Rajasthan. It is a small village known for its famous Jain temples. Located in the western valley of Rajasthan, Ranakpur serves as one of the finest locations for trekking. The combination of uphill and downhill trekking will give you an unforgettable experience of trekking in Aravali Hills. This trekking tour starts from Ranakpur and ends at Kumbhalgarh. While in Ranakpur, you can visit Jain temples dedicated to Tirthankara Adinatha and Sun temple cared by the Royal family of Mewar.The Nature Trail Rajasthan provides many carefully planned Trekking Tour in Rajasthan.Contact -Mail id - firstname.lastname@example.org Call – 9829085265 Visit - Trekking in Udaipur Address - Badi-Hawala Road, Badi, Udaipur - 313025, Rajasthan, India
Peaceful paths, birds chirping, lush green roads, diverse flora, and fauna – sounds like heaven. You may enjoy this heaven on your own by planning a trekking trip according to your taste. You may go for mountains, or explore rainforests, or may see blooming Neelakurinji in Kerala – plenty of options to choose from.This curiosity of us, gives birth to many questions like – what is the right time, or when we should go for trekking, or what we can see there, etc.? While so many independent travelers freely explore the place, many of us pang in silent by the historic explanation of that place from the guide. Although it is a safe option to choose a guide, but what is right? So much confusion! So, here is a little guide to help you get rid of the confusion. You may ask these 5 questions before choosing the place to explore on your feet.What is the terrain?Trekking is a genus word, and when we talk about types of treks, it could be anything from an easy to hard. You may choose according to your physical fitness the suitable Nepal trekking toursor in India:Easy trek: In general, a trek with decent walking and hospitable terrain, and not involving many highs and lows are considered as an easy trek. In an easy trek, you need to walk for 4 to 5 km in a day. For example – trekking in the valley of flower India.Moderate trek: A trek which requires average physical fitness and stamina involves a multi-day walk in slightly tough conditions, involves 5 to 6 days walking – is considered as a moderate trek. For example – Annapurna base camp trek.Hard trek: A trek which demands walking all day long through tougher conditions where stamina is not enough, you need to be mentally strong as well, and at the altitude above 1400 feet is considered as a hard or tough trek. For example mustang trekking tour.What is the right weather to explore?It is crucial to choose the right weather according to your terrain to get a wonderful experience of trekking in India or Nepal. India and Nepal are said to be the best place to explore on your feet. You do not want to miss the season special! India is a vast country with diversity. You may go according to your preference. Here are plenty of options available in different weather. Like exploring the Himalayas in summer is a good idea and Rishikesh in the winters.How to choose right guide or porter for your trip?While you’re planning your trip to India or Nepal, make sure you hire the right guides with good experience, and you can rely on them. You may ask to see if they are certified or not? Do they know your language? Do some research beforehand. The best way to choose is to talk to people who have done trekking before in this region.Is the Place Kid Friendly?Before you embark on your trekking trip, ensure that the place is apt for kids as well (if you are willing to take your kids there). There are plenty of places where kids can also have lots of fun along with the elders. Search for places where your little ones can also have some great time.What You Want to See?Some get enthralled by the mesmeric grasslands while some find snow irresistible. Some trekkers love to trek to pristine alpine lakes as well. So, what’s your choice? Decide upon the type of place you want to travel to since there are plenty of options to choose from. Hopefully these points will come handy while choosing your trekking destination. Happy journey!!!Book Now: Nepal Trekking Packages || Annapurana Basecamp Trekking || Everest Base Camp Trekking || Trekking Tours in Nepal
Fourth labour- Erymanthian boarThe Erymanthian boar by Francisco de ZurbaránEurystheus, humiliated that the hind had escaped from right before him, sent Hercules on the next task of bringing back the Erymanthian boar alive. There are no definitive accounts of this labour though this is the most agreed upon version. On the way to Mt. Erymanthos, Hercules dunes and sups with his old friend Pholus. He was a centaur and Hercules convinces him to open the jar of wine left to the centaurs of the mountain my Dionysus. The aroma was so strong that t attracted all the centaurs of the mountain. Unknown to them, the wine was so strong that it should’ve been diluted. They drank the unadulterated wine and went berserk, attacking Hercules. Hercules shot at them with his poisonous arrows, sending them retreating all the way to Chiron’s cave. One version of the legend states that Pholus, curious as to why these arrows had killed several centaurs, picked an arrow up but dropped it on his foot, thus poisoning himself. Another version states that a stray arrow hit Chiron and poisoned him although he’s immortal. He felt immense pain, so great that he gave up his immortality and took the place of Prometheus who had his liver torn away by an eagle every morning. Hercules, seeing Chiron in such agony shot down the eagle, killing it. This labour also according to some, serves as the point for the transfer of immortality from Chiron to Hercules. Chiron then tells Hercules that in order to catch the boar, all he had to do was drive it into the deep snow. Hercules thus caught the boar, bound it and took it back to king Eurystheus.Fifth labour- Augean stablesThe Augean stables by Morgan SnellThis labour was to clean the stables of King Augeas. This was intended to be both humiliating and impossible for Hercules because the animals there were immortal and produced a huge amount of dung. The stables housed roughly a thousand cattle and it hadn’t been cleaned in almost 30 years. Hercules, confident that he could complete it in a day, asked the king for a tenth of his cattle if he succeeded in doing so. The king agreed to the bet, oblivious to what Hercules was capable of. Hercules redirected the rivers Alpheus and Peneus and succeeded in cleaning up the filth in less than a day. Augeas refused to honour the agreement on the grounds that it was King Eurystheus who’d given Hercules the task anyway. Hercules took the matter up in court and was supported by Phyleus, the king’s nephew. Augeas banished them both before the verdict of the court was out. Hercules returned to the kingdom, killed Augeas and handed over the kingdom to Phyleus. Also, according to the poet Pindar, Hercules founded the Olympic Games shortly thereafter.Sixth Labour- Stymphalian birdsHercules kills the Stymphalian birds by Albrecht DürerThe Stymphalian birds were creatures that were sacred to Aries, the good of war. They were man eating birds with beaks of bronze and dagger like metallic feathers that could be launched at their victims. They had all migrated to Lake Stymphalia in Arcadia where they multiplied rapidly. In Greek mythology, Arcadia is the home of the God Pan. In other cultures, it is seen as an untouched and unadulterated wilderness. The birds went berserk, wreaking havoc all over the countryside, destroying crops, trees and killing the townspeople. Hercules ventures into the swamp but couldn’t go too far as it couldn’t support his weight. Athena coming to his aid, gave him a rattle made by Hephaestus for this very purpose. He shook it and the birds flew out from their perches. Hercules then shot down several of them with his arrows, killing them instantly. The remaining birds flew far away never to return.**All images are taken from greekerthanthegreeks.blogspot.in
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Kalimpongis located in the northern part of West Bengal. It is adjacent to Sikkim and is near the Teesta River. The most important factor that makes Kalimpong special is the weather of this place. Kalimpong is blessed with alpine weather. Kalimpong has a peaceful environment with lots of monasteries, temples, and churches that landed over this place and also Kalimpong consists of panoramic views of Himalayan ranges. Apart from its peaceful environment Kalimpong also consists of bustling bazaars. Apart from everything the main attraction of this place is it pose people. In Kalimpong, people believe living in an organic way and everyone loves to preserve their culture and tradition and also loves to add the essence of culture and tradition in their way of adapting in a modern environment. Here people love music, poetry and art pose. Art is the best form to get high and a pose, this quote is really applicable upon the people of Kalimpong. The pose streets of Kalimpong is filled with talents. Kalimpong is famous for its nurseries and orchids.Kalimpong is an important flower producing center. There are a number of nurseries present in Kalimpong. Kalimpong excels in the production of nurseries across the town and can have a look upon the collection of flowers, orchids, and cactus.PEOPLE: The main tribe that belongs during ancient times to Kalimpong was the Lepchas, but nowadays, Nepalis could be seen her. Other native tribes residing in Kalimpong are Bhutias, Newars, Sherpas, Limbus, Gurungs, Tamangs and many more. And among the non-natives, it is home to Bengalis, Biharis, Tibetans and so on. Irrespective of caste, creed, and religion, the people used to live together with great courtesy and friendly.LANGUAGE AND RELIGION: The main language spoken in Kalimpong is Nepali. Other main languages for conversing with tourists are Hindi, English, Tamang, Limbu, Lepcha, Bengali.Hinduism is the main prominent religion followed in Kalimpong but Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam are also equally treated.LOCAL FESTIVAL: Local festival of Kalimpong celebrated with great fervor, joy and bliss are Christmas, Diwali, Dushera, and Losar. Lepcha Museum and the Zang Dong Palri Monastery are the two places that give you the complete idea of the cultural skill of Kalimpong.FOOD: Kalimpong is really incredible and simply fabulous in eating out. Though one could not see innumerable chic and stylish restaurants on the hill station it completely satisfies the hunger of its visitors with small, simple and wayside stalls. The main snacks that are liked by the local people and tourists in Kalimpong are momos and Thukpa.On the priority people of Kalimpong love to eat Tibetan and Chinese food. There are many restaurants and small eateries that offer these two cuisines and other than these one could also find them serving Indians as well as Mughlai Cuisine also. Then if your taste goes with western cuisine, then also there are few restaurants that serve this style of food. For top-class Chinese food, you must go to China Garden. The Goods Garden Retreat and the Sana Hill Top are must-try ones, for eating mouthwatering momos, try Gompus but for vegetarian momos, move to Shikhar, Unique and stalls on the roadsides. PLACES TO VISIT IN KALIMPONGDEOLO HILL: Deolo Hill is the highest point in town and is among the famous Kalimpong tourists places. On a clear day, you can view the mighty Himalayas, the neighboring states and the surrounding villages to Relli and Teesta Valley. The park located top is the hill is an excellent picnic spot. You can experience paragliding from the summit of the hill and horse riding in the lush green atmosphere.DURBIN DARA: It is one of the two hills connected by a ridge on which the town of Kalimpong stands. The hill is 1372 meters above the sea level and is located southwest of the town. The hill commands a panoramic view overlooking the town of Kalimpong the snow-clad Himalayan ranges of west Sikkim. The Teesta River its valleys and the Jelepla Pass in the distance. A golf course is also present just off the summit.ZANG DONG PALRI MONASTERY: It is located atop at Durpin Hill, the monastery was established in 1970 and was constructed by the holiness of Dalai Lama six years later. Visit this place for its striking architecture and a splendid view from Durbin Hill. It is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Kalimpong. MORGAN’S HOUSE: Now a tourist lodge under the West Bengal Tourist Development Corporation, Morgan House is an old British bungalow. This sprawling haveli should be visited for its beautiful architecture and for the rare varieties of birds that may be spotted in the vicinity.HANUMAN TEMPLE: Located on the way to the Deolo Hill, the Hanuman temple in Kalimpong is another quick stopover. You need to climb a set of stairs to reach the Hanuman statue which is the tallest in North East India. PINE VIEW NURSERY: The ever-fascinating and ever splendid northeast is home to some of the most beautiful nurseries in the country and the Pine View Nursery in Kalimpong is one of them. For all you nature enthusiasts out there, this should definitely be on your Kalimpong sightseeing list. There are hundreds of varieties of cactus on display at the Pine View Nursery. The Nursery also offers the beautiful picturesque views of Kalimpong town, rolling valleys, rivers, and lush green landscapes.MANGAL DHAM TEMPLE: Built over an area of two acres, the Mangal Dham Temple is among the popular tourist places in Kalimpong. The prayer hall of the temple is on the Upper floor, as on the ground floor lies the samadhi of Guruji Shri Mangaldas Ji. The many paintings in the temple depict various scenes from Krishna Leela. It is a well-maintained temple and the religious tourist mostly flock to this place. JELEPLA VIEWPOINT: Listed among the tourists places in Kalimpong, the Jelepla Viewpoint is maintained by the Indian Army. The dawnting roads and the confluence of the rivers Teesta, Relli and Reang can be viewed through wired fences, Jelepla's viewpoint also offers a splendid view of the snowcapped Mount Kanchenjunga and the Jelepla Pass that was once used for trade with Tibet.SHAHID PARK: A small monument and park, Shahid Park were established in the memory of the 1200 Gorkhas who died fighting for Gorkhaland between 1986 and 1988. Holding a cultural and historical significance, this park is a must-visit for those who are curious about the historical aspects.Moreover, it is the perfect spot where you can take your kids. Ideal for leisure time, this park can be visited in the evening and can also be added to your list of places to visit in Kalimpong in one day. Shahid Diwas is held on 27th July every year to remember the Gorkhaland Martyrs.HAAT BAZAAR: A market held on Wednesday and Saturday, the Haat Bazaar is your answer to cheap shopping in Kalimpong. People splurge on food, clothes, accessories. And other everyday products. Drop by if you happen to be in town if only to take in the vibrant street shopping atmosphere.LEPCHA MUSEUM: Approximately 2km from the main city, the Lepcha Museum is the cultural center of Kalimpong. The houses various articles of worship, musical, instruments, and clothing, thus upholding the traditions of the heritage of the Lepcha community.MAC. FARLANE MEMORIAL CHURCH: was constructed by Scottish Missionary in the 1890s the Mac. Farlane Memorial Church is a prominent Landmark and amongst the famous places to see in Kalimpong. Built on an elevation, it is visible from across the town and is strategically located.DURGA MANDIR: Dedicated to goddess Durga, this Mandir is a few yards from the Hanuman temple. The temple is small but boasts of a beautiful garden. The surrounding hills add to its aura and charm seek your places to visit Kalimpong in one day, this temple shouldn't be missed out from your itinerary. This is one of the most visited temples and will touch your fun trip.LAVA AND LOLEGOAN: Surrounded by forests, Lava is a beautiful mountain village that can be reached in an hour and a half from Kalimpong. It is a delight for nature lovers and birds watchers popular tourists places in the vicinity include the Neora Valley National Park, the Silk culture Research Center and Changey falls.At the approximate distance of 24km from Lava, Lolegoan is another small mountain valley hidden away in the quaint hills. It is locally known as Kaffer and can be covered along with Lava in one day. Tourists can take a canopy walk or simply enjoy spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga range from lolegoan. PEDONG: Pedong lies 20km east to Kalimpong on the historic Silk Road. The ageless hills offer a blend of history nature and culture popular tourists places in Pedong include Pedong Monastery, Damsung Fort, Silence Valley, cross hill, Rikisum Ramitey viewpoint, and Tinchuley viewpoint. Things to do are Hang-gliding and paragliding. Ramitey offers the longest and the best view of river Teesta.
This book by Indian writer Saurabh Pant is an educational work that mainly focuses Environment, culture, and lifestyle of the Birds.Known for his own environmental passion, He has tried to fill the book with a questionnaire pattern and His belief to showcase protection for nature comes more vitally in the book where He calls for the conservation of the birds mentioned in the book that reminds people to show their responsibility and do vital moves. From variants in birds to their natural habits and from sharing their unique living speaking and right existence Pattern, The author has tried to show their lifestyle in a better way and this is what this whole book focuses to make an impressive remark of the Bird culture in our nature. Through knowing them WE will know how to protect them and for which it is vital to understand and enlighten their lifestyle in our own ways at large...
This ebook was first published on 25th of February 2018 but after certain strong reviews by the publisher 'Lulu' it went into the revision process and ultimately by their phenomenal response of making it approve the Ebook got published on 11th of March, 2018 by great team support including Nick sir and Priya madam in it's prime settlement. As a common fact the ebook was 1st on education field by Mr. pant on such a great publishing platform like Lulu which publishes all genres and it was a great feeling once the Ebook came into existence back in march 2018 for the author and his team who celebrated it's arrival by great enthusiasm. Generally as a book on birds the ebook is a strong insight into certain birds with their lifestyle and thus with some popular reviews from across the world, the Ebook has gained popularity and momentum around this whole year since it's arrival as an official ebook on such a popular portal like Lulu first of all.By above mentioned factors it can be considered that 11th March is the official day of the Ebook with it's release and hence on 11th of March 2019 the prominent education ebook completed it's 1 year in progress of existence where it did attract many reders from across the world, gained nice support from certain library platforms to make it available and also inspired some great people from certain governments to encourage it's impact. The biggest achievement of this Ebook was to reach the japanese official government portal who's pic was also shared back in 2018 with the social media post informing the public and it was defining moment for the Ebook as an educational commitment for which Mr. pant was humbled. Besides countries like Australia, Singapore, Turkey and Slovenia also loved through official governmental portal and it was great sight for the author with extreme delight. All in all this ebook brought Mr. pant glory as an author with some fond memories along side his team and he is greatful to Lulu that it allowed publishing and impressive impact of this Ebook worldwide around this span of 1 year for which it shall remain a deep affection inside the whole team. He is also thankful to Nick sir (who is not available anymore due to certain personal reasons)and Priya madam who is always available to encourage by cartoons and photo credits and her support has helped in great success of this ebook also. Besides Mr. pant is gratified to his parents for freedom and support, his family for encouragement with zeal, and he is gratified to all the readers worldwide who has shared their love to this Ebook without which the Ebook wont have been great success by all accounts. What he wishes to express as an author that this book on education may be the first but this is not the last one and He is sure that the way love is presented to this work so wil be the same for the others books that may or will come in future whether it's environment or nature or in other fields. Besides he is also excited for some prominent works coming by around his birthday in 2019 in print and he is sure that they wil gain equal love and support by readers in print market and he is gratified already for the beginner craze for them. ultimately for now it's the time to cherish as the 1st education book on birds by him completes one year, so let's get together all readers and writers to celebrate and though it's 3 days gone by, the memories are on the high and thank you all for now for the great support at large...
Watchful - In Gita Verse 3.5 Everyone is forced to act helplessly according to the qualities he has acquired from the modes of material nature; therefore no one can refrain from doing something, not even for a moment.Krishna explains to Arjuna, you cannot run away from your act, it is impossible. Breathing is also action, sitting, getting up, anything done by body is action. You cannot run away from your action.Person who says that I will renounce my action he is saying something which is impossible. Family life is one kind of action, Karma, sanyas is another kind of Karma.Person who says that he has renounced the Karma is a hypocrite.Krishna is simply saying that don’t try to change or renounce the Karma but focus on transforming the person(self), from unconsciousness to consciousness. Bring your self-consciousness, your own light into your action. Live according to your own light. Find your own light within and live according to it without any fear.These were the last words of Gautam the Buddha, his parting message to his disciples:“Be a light unto yourself.” But when he says, “Be a light unto yourself,” he does not mean become a light unto yourself. There is a great difference between being and becoming.Becoming is a process, being is a discovery. The seed only appears to become the tree, that is an appearance. The seed already had the tree within itself; it was its very being. The seed does not become the flowers. The flowers were there unmanifest, now they are manifest. It is not a question of becoming; otherwise a pebble could become a flower. But that doesn’t happen. A rock cannot become a rose; that doesn’t happen because the rock has no potential for being a rose. The seed simply discovers itself through dying into the soil: dropping its outer shell, it becomes revealed in its inner reality.Man is a light in the seed. You are already Buddhas. It is not that you have to become Buddhas, it is not a question of learning, of achieving, it is only a question of recognition – it is a question of going within yourself and seeing what is there. It is self-discovery.You are already a light unto yourself, you are just not aware of it. You have forgotten about it – you have to discover it. And the how of discovery is simple, very simple: a simple process of watching your thoughts.To help this process you can start watching other things too, because the process of watching is the same. What you are watching is not significant. Watch anything and you are learning watchfulness.Listen to the birds, it is the same. One day you will be able to listen to your own thoughts. The birds are a little farther away; your thoughts are a little closer. In the fall watch the dry leaves falling from the trees. Anything will do that helps you to be watchful. Walking, watch your own walking. Buddha used to say to his disciples: Take each step watchfully. He used to say: Watch your breath.And that is one of the most significant practices for watching because the breath is there continuously available for twenty-four hours a day wherever you are. The birds may be singing one day, they may not be singing some other day, but breathing is always there. Sitting, walking, lying down, it is always there. Go on watching the breath coming in, the breath going out.Not that watching the breath is the point; the point is learning how to watch. Go to the river and watch the river. Sit in the marketplace and watch people passing by. Watch anything; just remember that you are a watcher. Don’t become judgmental, don’t be a judge. Once you start judging you have forgotten that you are a watcher, you have become involved, you have taken sides, you have chosen: “I am in favor of this thought and I am against that thought.” Once you choose, you become identified. Watchfulness is the method of destroying all identification.Once you destroy your identification suddenly the act which you are doing which will not be identified, it will be action of non-doer. You are allowing that act to happen through your body. It is like from pipe water is flowing, through our body action is happening. You will become hollow pipe, non-interfering, non-identified with action.Krishna simply says that don’t go on thinking which is not reality, impossible, living means body need to act. But as Buddha said Watchful about all your actions.
I am inspired by every step of my life, every moments of nature and every natural object. Moreover, I am inspired by my failure. I think getting inspired at every moment is in the subconscious mind of everybody. When a child starts walking, he falls many times before its success. At the dawn I think ah! There is again another new hope after a dark night. The bright light of Sun ray and the calm beams of moon inspire me to be impartial to everybody. When I see the flying birds, the animals gazing in the field, I think they are having nothing with them. Still they do not deviate from their nature. So, why should I, where I have a roof on my head, a monthly salary to meet my basic needs? The same thing I think in my office (which is a small cabin, where there is no electricity). In the midsummer, when day to day life is disturbed due to excess heat, I do manage by a small hand fan to avoid sweating. But at the same time when I see the trolley pullers with load of vegetables or groceries or some other things, I get inspired. My situation looks negligible before them. When I do listen the song of calmness and sound of quietness in the darkness of night my heart fills with pleasure. I feel the beauty of night. The fragrance of scented flowers fills my heart with pleasure. If there is no darkness, how could these beauties of nature would have come? A red ant gathers food for the rainy season; small white ants could make an anthill. So, why can not I struggle?My parents inspired me in every step of my life. They always tell me to march forward, not to look behind. My siblings give the assurance of their presence at every step of my life. And the sentence, “I am with you” being told by my dear one gives me the feeling that I am not alone. There are so many inspiring hands with me.The flowing river tells me that I have a great aim ahead to meet. If there is power in the small wing of the birds to touch the sky, why not my strong legs could march forward? If the tiny droplets can make a large ocean, if the little sands help to make a big desert, why can not I helpful for the society?Last but not the least I am inspired by my failure. Because failure is the pillar stone of my success. My mother always tells that Bheemas (a character of Mahabharata, one among the Pandavas) are defeated in the first war. In my course of life, when I meet with failure at any time, the voice of my parents inspired me to march forward, in the hope of betterment in future.
The Shri Mahalaxmi Temple is located at Datta Ali near Tilak Chowk area of Kalyan, Maharashtra. It is known to be one of the oldest temple which was renovated recently. The renovated temple has a looks of the black stone temple architecture. I visited this temple for first time with my family on the Dussehra day.It’s a beautiful temple decorated with lights during Navratri festival. As we entered the temple, we could feel the divine atmosphere. The Dashmi Havan/Hom was just completed and there was a slight smoke within the temple. The idol of Goddess Mahalaxmi installed here is the replica of Shri Mahalaxmi (Ambabai) of Kolhapur.Read more on http://sachinbaikar.com/wp/2018/10/20/the-shri-mahalaxmi-temple-of-kalyan/
Nepal is the country that hosts almost 70% of the mighty Himalayan range. The Himalayan ranges are known to be the largest ranges of snow-capped peaks and also the tallest mountain in the entire world.You have certainly heard about the pristine Himalayas and their ranges, as it has served as inspiration to mankind in the past eras and ages.Check List: Nepal Trekking Packages || lndia Trekking Packages || Bhutan Trekking Packages || Peru Trekking Packages || Japan Trekking Packages || Malaysia Trekking Packages || Vietnam Trekking PackagesThe Himalayas have played muse to artists of all kinds, writers, poets, painters, musicians, trekkers, story tellers and film-makers. You must have witnessed the glimpse of the mighty Himalayas in different art forms. Nepal, in her recent years is gathering an exquisite fandom for her trekking trails. An estimated 66,000 trekking enthusiasts from all over the world visit Nepal each year, and the numbers are only increasing. This well-deserved fandom is for the most inclusive reasons; of Nepal having to offer an array and a variety in the kinds of trekking trails for all kinds of trekking enthusiasts. Whether you are a professional at trekking or a beginner, Nepal trekking tour serve the interests of all kinds of trekkers. The best part about trekking in Nepal is not only the crisp and fresh Himalayan air that circulates in your system, but the fact that a trekking tour in Nepal will not burn a hole in your pocket compared to the mesmerizing vistas that you will experience during the tour.Some of the most famous treks are the Everest base camp trekking and the Annapurna base camp trekking. These treks have acquired a growing majority of takers because of their paradoxical experience of performing seemingly dangerous feats with ease and some professional guidance. Here are a few reasons why you should go on a trekking tour in Nepal:It has an array of trekking trails to offer:As mentioned earlier, Nepal offers an array of amazing trekking trails to trekking enthusiasts. It has 20 adventurous and famous trekking trails that are visited by tourists every year along with some more that are not that famous but equally enchanting to the senses. A rich and enriching cultural experience:Nepal is home to a large number of tribes (nearly a hundred and more) and cultures of different kinds, philosophies, ideas and traditions. When trekking in Nepal, one will be lucky to experience the mixture of cultures their traditions and celebrations along with the diversified topography. The enriching experience of being welcomed into these different kinds of ethnicities is worth the hike.An abundance of flora and fauna:The word exotic is not new to Nepal. It hosts a variety of animals, birds, insects and plants of the kinds that are unique to its geography. Trekking in Nepal brings you across a chance to witness in firsthand the exotic flora and fauna of the Himalayan land. Even the crows that you will see here are different than you have known them to be. On some of the trekking routes fall national wildlife parks, some of them being the Chitwan national park and the Bardia national park. These national parks are an excellent opportunity to witness animals such as the musk deer, one horned rhino and the crocodiles. They are also a haven for bird watching with a lot of migratory birds heaving a sigh of relief at these destinations.A haven for adventure sports:Nepal is a famous destination for an adventure sports lover. You can experience different kinds of adventure sports here, such as zip-lining, paragliding, white-water rafting, ultra light flight and bungee jumping. Head on for an adrenaline rush!Safe destination :Trekking in Nepal is also famous because it is the safest country for travelers in south-east Asia. The friendly people of Nepal are very welcoming in nature and are respectful sons and daughters of the Himalayas. Nepalese people are known to go out of their way to provide help and shelter when required. If you are one that is respectful of people’s cultures and traditions, it should be a worthwhile trek for you.Low budget travel:This cannot be emphasized enough, but again, trekking in Nepal WILL NOT burn a hole in your pockets. Even the visa provisions are hassle free. You will be provided with a visa upon arrival itself. Trekking in Nepal indeed saves a lot of money for the mesmerizing vistas it leads you to experience.Trekking in Nepal is an experience of its own and there’s no reason why one should be apprehensive about travelling to this majestic land of the Himalayas. Travel there yourself to experience this beauty called Nepal.
As every year, this year also I couldn’t plan the year end long vacation for my family. But I managed to arrange a quick trip along with my wife. We decided to visit Alibaug which is just 3-4 hours drive from Mumbai or 1 hour ferry ride away from Gateway of India till Mandwa harbour or 1.5 hours from Baucha Dakka harbour near Dockyard Road till Rewas harbour. From both the harbours, further one hour bus or auto-rickshaw journey is required to reach Alibaug. Well, this was really quick one, we finalised the ferry mode so that our kids could enjoy the ferry ride. Our journey began from the Gateway of India.Alibaug is a small town in Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. This town is located in western coast with beaches spread across its area. There are some well known and most visited beaches such as Alibaug Beach, Kihim Beach, Akshi Beach, Thal Beach, Kashid Beach, Nagaon Beach and Revdanda Beach. The main attractions are Kolaba Fort, Agarkot Fort and Korlai Fort. The Birla temple of Salav village is also closer from Alibaug, approximately around 22 kms.Read more on http://www.sachinbaikar.com/wp/2017/12/31/alibaug/
This tournament was not easy for us as a team where we were expected more by many who has been following the game and also we have a point, not to prove for ourselves, but to those who have been wondering whether we had gone back to our work and has forgotten the glories of this sport in our hectic other life schedule or whether we are still with it's complete intensity which it demands.This was the thought process behind which we as a team gathered back on 6th of January and next 25 days we took our preparations making sure that we used them to great effect while training for it's standard to suit and bring to actual cultural core. Once we had gone on to Norway and the quiz tournament got gearing from 2nd of February there was hardly any time left for any other plans to come through and we realised the hectic time management of this area which finally made us recognise the speed and accuracy required to be in the platform. This was benefitial also as it was going to be vital in the knock out matches with high qualified teams using speed to defeat their opponent and hence we had to counter our experiences that later proved handy at all costs. Prepared but still anxious what to be coming in front, we took on the charge and got ourselves ready for the tournament looming ahead on the morning of 2nd and from thence on we were on the move to make the mark of accuracy for ourselves at large. Knowing the tradition of my community we were already planning how to tackle braille round and it went well in all ways. I took on the responsibility as captain to read first the braille questionire handed through and then also took charge to write with lifting the braille slate and inserting the white paper and picking my stylus as it is done in all first rounds of quiz tournament in our community standards. Once the answers started to blend in through they were fast and i expected the same from my team also insisting during my training session back at home that how we should do that. Happy that things are going into the right direction we were one of the 4 first finishing teams and that time lock gave us the momentum we required to go through for the next round being healthy to recognise us how our impetus is going to be in the whole tournament processing through. As also 8 countries had been dismissed at the end of round, and that happened due to their slow speed and lack of accuracy of answering which was sad but thats how the game goes on and some have to stay and other have to leave which we understand and thence the next round proceeded. The coming round was the digital round and we got bit surprised knowing that it will have three separate phases on the basis of the teams coming in which means that few more would be going home due to their slower responses at the end of the round. The first phase went wel for us as we sat in alphabetical order and there we were quick to go through one word answer type pattern. In the second round we took advantage of our e reading capacity and used JAWS to great effect while answering that proved healthy once it was over. In the third phase it was the team move and thence all of us remained on touch of game ending ourselves 4th in the last group stage as the knock out phase was clear and only 16 teams remained from the 40 in all who have been in counting in the start. We did a short press confrence after the digital round and according to the tournament rules by the name toss we were asked to face the first knock out against Sweedon andn we accepted it with happiness looking forward to the knock out stages looming ahead. However knock out stage was not as challenging affair for us once we have witnessed how the others team play and use their tactics well enough to support each other as the speed was the key element and that was what we focused to make sure that things tick by with our performances. In the round of 16 as mentioned above we faced Sweedon and their left and right challenger did pose critical competition for us but with slowness of their captain and vice captain we took chances and it paid off for us in the round of 16 as we defeated them with margin of 8 rounds to 18 phases. In the round of 8 from where Quarters mainly begin we thence faced Russia and knowing them well back from facing in Indian Birds Quiz in 2017 main match we knew their weaknesses wel and launched on to the double speed tactics that suited well and helped in the positive result of 21 to 11 rounds making us through for the Semi finals looming above. In the semi finals as expected a pacific team to be, We met New Zealand and we faced them with a particular challenge from George and Elis being captain and Vice captain, thus the match went into the tie breaker after 17 round a piece but we made sure that it not goes too far thus in the second tie breaker we launched more speed and thence we managed it through to be in the finals first time as Indian VI team to be qualified for the Oslow Grand Quiz and the happy moment I guess were not far as well from there on. In the finals our biggest challenge was Naves Kalmeiav who is one of the proficient expert of quizzing and has been the key cause due to which norway has been great success at home thus we studied him closely and recognised his moves to make sure that we can take him in line as I am sure that opposition would have done in consent relative to me and my team going forward into the finals. Once it was done we as team also made plan on the whole team as individual players and all 3 boys and our senior lady as vice captain came to the party and me considering the challenge recognised through experience that which moves should suit best. In the finals generally here were 4 basic rounnds in which 1st had 8 phases containing 3 -half minutes each, the second round containing 16 phases with equally 3-half minutes each, the third round containing 4 segments with 9 minutes each and the last round having bigger 2 phases containing 1 hour each as time limits to cover. We took our time adjusting to the regulations, made plans and after all time management, words from coach as well as captain and the exact accuracy to act we proceeded in our own styles. After all the pressure used, all the experiences tilted, the accuracy and speed on highest show, India managed to defeat Norway from 27 bolts to 17 in all 4 rounds leading it 4-3 which was great in all respects. Here we would like to thank all who have been great support including the local staff, the Indian External ministry for our arrangements, our coach with management staff and all who have been with their blessings and wishes to make sure that our confidence not become low. My sincere thanks to parens, family and all the relatives for their trust and helping us through cheering for the sake of it. A quick thank you note to the Indian Quiz Federation, Norway committee of the Blind and international Quiz Federation for all the facilities and the arrangement with their heartiest of cooperation. And ultimately thanks to the crowd who came in such huge numbers here at the Oslo Grand Hotel corridor making it a great experience, Thank you Norway for your love, We shall always remember it as visually impaired, For now cheers from charlie...
Must springtime fade?then cry all birds . . .and fishesCold pale eyes pour tearsWhen we feel separation from the existence, the pain of separation save us from all the afflictions.The sadness of separating from you (Existence), Has saved me from all other afflictions. None dares to approach me now.In time, only one memory will remain - that of the divine. Only the fire of separation from the divine remains. The thousand afflictions you have known disappear, leaving just this one. All afflictions - of wealth, of position, of prestige, of this and that - they all leave you and only one problem remains. And there is no way you can escape from this one problem.Now you wait for the divine to come, for the beloved to come. The fire is so intense that you want it to rain, you want his raincloud to come and cool you. The flame of the anguish of separation is born in my heart.There is only one desire, one longing left - I long to see you, I yearn to see you. The whole search has moved to his eyes; everything in him becomes a waiting. The whole energy of the devotee turns into prayer and waiting.The eyes of the devotee are completely focused. His whole energy moves slowly to his eyes. And the day that your whole energy becomes the eyes, the ultimate happens in that very moment.
When I went on to type on this book and I have decided that It will be going to be my 1st Gk book, I might have not thought so many facts in consent and I may have been wondering whether It may get the involvement of the digital circles as My other poetry collections or other recent writing works have gone through But if I might have been thinking that in terms of international stature this experiment can challenge my pride then I have been fairly wrong and It proved out to be a remarkable journey till more than 1 month has gone by and It has been well received in international circles with particularly those countries taking hand on who prefer Environmental commitments and giving me the hope to survive well and do more better writing commitments.As a beginning fact, It was firstly great to take on the command after request to Nick sir to edit things well and hence after the approval of publisher the Ebook was re-published with complete satisfactory feedback by Lulu on 11th of March, with request of adapting some changes, and since then the Ebook has gone well and has given a trademark settlement to have in which the biggest commitment may be from Japan and Australia whose government has taken their responsible commitment to give me edge and hence the Ebook has been put into their websites through Kobo availability support which I has also shared on the Social media so it has been a positive beginning to start at first with bigger impact and bigger officials giving their priority to launch myself to a strong position. Apart from that As I said in beginning that those countries who prefer environmental commitments have done well to respond and China, Japan, Norway, Sweedon, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand and other countries are giving great response as a starting point to the Ebook which feels great and boost my technical advantage in the wider stage as a digital writer so their commitment really give great value and the Oceanic and South East countries are also expanding the positive stand for the Ebook which feels good to look and give strong boost to examine and extend positive stature all around. No doubt the Ebook is a GK book and it talks about various species of Birds introducing their basic behaviour, natural habitat, and high classified complex culture but it is also an Ebook that not only talks about natural life but as well as the virtual scope with the biosphere impact and hence I am hoping that being an Environmental Ebook this one will be equally well responded as Warming boom and shall take my stature to a better level so readers thanks for your blessings, keep reading and keep backing me up which would be a great set up to gain momentum, and give proper aid and support which will result phenomenally and continue to inspire me to write more and more by all means...
The Shri Siddhivinayak Temple is most popular temple of Lord Ganesh located at Prabhadevi area of Mumbai. It is believed and experienced by many devotees that their desires are fulfilled by visiting this temple and praying to Lord Ganesh. In Marathi, this Siddhivinayak (Lord Ganesh) is known as “Navsacha Ganpati” or “Navsala Pavanara Ganpati”. It means ‘Lord Ganpati who fulfills all wishes/desires’. The temple is two decades old.According to the offiical website of this temple, the first temple was built on 19th November 1801. It was constructed by a professional contractor, Late Mr. Laxman Vithu Patil. The funds and instructions to build the temple was provided by Late Deubai Patil who was known to be a rich lady of Agri Samaj.The old temple had an ancient architectural style. It consisted of a hall, a sanctum sanctorum, some free open space, the temple’s administrative office to the right and a water tank in the front.Read more on http://sachinbaikar.com/wp/2018/08/05/shri-siddhivinayak-temple-mumbai/
Works of art have evolved so much that you just can’t help but awe at every single creation! And no, we are not specifically talking about paintings and hand art but a special lip art- a trend that has involved into various styles. Not only it’s gaining the ground in the fashion world, but it is also breaking the internet, is a phenomenon amidst the Instagrammers and almost all social media savvy people. So, when you think of a statement, do think of lip art too!The previous year had been a mix of some very predictable and unique trends, and now to add five more stars to the mix here’s the lip art trend. In the London Fashion Week SS’17, you could have seen the pressed flowers as a form of the lip art. Nowadays artists are inspired by everything that you can ever visualize! There’s sushi, sunset, metal textures, flowers, crystals, nature, animal, food and what not!Sushi lip inspired from the Japanese dish became a huge trend on social media, you can also refer to it as ‘Salmon Nigiri’, which was done by the makeup artist Vlada Haggerty, who painted her lips exactly like a Sushi. If you are a fan of all metal makeup than you’ll highly admire the mirror lips trend in which a cut-out of silver reflective papers in the shape of your lips is used, as per the artist Jazmina Daniel. You will be surprised to know that even our beloved Blake Lively was praising this extraordinary art of Jazmina.The world is so vivid and so is the inspiration for art! An artist, Heather took inspiration from Birds and painted her lips in a crazy raven look, all with the help of black, white paint and eyeshadow. Where on one hand, a photographer, Jil brought an entire color scheme of sunrise in the lip art, a self-taught makeup artist Grinand Dagger was deeply enlivened by the idea of the Disney Princess Pocahontas, and thus her art was based on this theme.
The Joy of WritingWriting has always been a noble profession,for writing it brings fame,money,respect,popularity and power ,everything they want but only a true writer knows what is the meaning of writing,the actual joy of writing. Writing is an adventure of life where we drive here and there in our thoughtful realistic imagination.we make our own rules ,we become free like birds,where we make friends,make love.its a free life with ultimate freedom to write our own fate as we wish with bare fingers,to show the exact reality of this world behind false promises.its those painting of letters on blank white pages where we paint their laughter,tears,weariness,some blushing pink cheeks.where we creat our charecters through our visions,where there is no limit of unreal fantasies,where we share all untold secrets of life,truth of life,in a faith of our own truth,philosophy of life,the way we see the world.writing is the quickest way to share our thoughts,ideas,which inspires enough young minds,those piles must be hard to build future on it.For me It makes me just happy,Sometime writing gives our mind ease when we feel desolete like a lone plant in a desert and turn our silence to a Beautiful journey,it's the only way to connect with nature or this real world as we a good writer needs to feel every minute,everything he sees,every single tune he listen,every change in weather he feels,every scents and odours he smells,instead of some people blame us calling Escapist but we want to feel the world exactly how it should be,how God created it ,we never adapt any false doctrine of society, which differs from time to time.This could be a Fiction but i feel it more real than the real world itself.But the sole purpose of writing is not only living in a dreamlike state with unlimited joy rather its best use is in rectifying our minds,society by forcing us to see what's wrong with us.
The rainy season was just started and my family wanted to visit nearby waterfalls or water dams. We wanted to explorewaterfall which was close to Kalyan so that we could plan our one day trip. After quick google search and checking with my office colleagues, we finalised to visit Bhagirath waterfall at Vangani which is on the way to Karjat just after Badlapur station.We packed our bags on previous day of the journey and decided to catch8.30 am Karjat train from Kalyan. We had a heavy breakfast in morning and started our journey with the same train. Vangani was just 30 mins from Kalyan. As soon as we got down at Vangani it started raining heavily. The autorickshaw stand was just outside the station. We quickly got into autorickshaw and started further 20 mins journey toward the Bhagirath waterfall.Read more on http://www.sachinbaikar.com/wp/2017/07/16/bhagirath-waterfall/
Considering the thrill and fashion of the culture that Ladakh aspire things are amazing and they can aspire you to take the glory of adventure in form of Ladakh holiday package and help it to be on the road with the trip it offers in form of a unique adventurous stature.In this way what you require is to have Weekend getaway Mumbai and take things easily done with all the management settled on base that can do a lot of good and help accomplish professional touch in its ultimate response. Managing things to plan What is required when you wish to take on the tour to such adventures in form of Ladakh holiday package that you manage the plan to work out that what kind of services and glory you require while traveling to such adventurous site and do take the care of the winter effect in it's all respect. By traveling to such adventurous place you can prepare accordingly in form of Weekend get away from Mumbai and take the trip on with all things managed including the flight tickets, travel package, and the initials required that can do you the most of good indeed. Places to visit in Ladakh 1. Hydroplane outside reserve Considered as one of the most valid high hydro project place, It is a worth visit place and can surely assist you lot of good in its variants a cultural response. 2. Ladakh salt lake Considered as a most bright site to visit in Ladakh, it does preserve not only the fun of lake authorities and boating, but it also consists the greatness of frozen lake visit that is a unique sight to visit and have all the glories attained to it at large. 3. Bandung Hill Planes SystemConsidered as the resort of collective framework, it is a worth visit site and it is also an adventurous site to take on risks and have mountain sports to your will that can do you lot of good by having its experience. 4. Antung National ParkAnother of the adventurous site to visit in Ladakh is this national park which is situated in topmost hills and give you the rare sightings of animals like Lings and Snowshoe rabbits alongside in the same area so you can take the winters risk on and have adventures in the jungle safari of snowfield stand to you lot of good. In all the respect, Ladakh is a respective site to visit a have adventure glories to look upon which can do you lot of excitement and have fun alongside to make right measures. In this way plan a rightly settled travel experience and give yourself a cultural boost that shall finally do you lot of good and provide you peace to form unique experience which means that you not only take away some mesmerising feelings But also make sure that a cultural memory remains with you for longer time by support of the hospitable people around which sets the deal to be uniquely enticed at large... #smblogcontest
Indian ElectionElections is basically a decision which is taken by the public to choose an individual to run a district, state or a country. Elections not only help in forming a government but it also helps in private organizations.The election came in practice from the Vedic period. The king used to elect another king from their sons. At that time there was no role of the public in elections. When the country did not get free and there was British rule in India, elections were held at that time also. But when India got independent, Indian public also got an opportunity to participate in the electoral process and to vote his/her choice of an individual. The process of vote transactions is called the election which is used to maintain the status of democracy. These political programs began to establish in the year 1950 and were established in the form of the non-lateral program. In 70’s election were held after every 5 years. The election commission is the main functioning body which conducts and regulates the election. The schedule is also prepared by the election commission. This commission is a constitutional body. It prepares the electoral rolls, voter id cards and makes an election booth where the public can come and vote for their individual. This body keeps an eye on everything happening in a booth so that no discrepancy should occur. It also appoints staff for supervising the election. The commission issues some code of conduct and all the party have to strictly follow certain codes. These code of conduct are basically some guidelines which need to be followed by political parties and candidates. On the day of the election, people used to visit the booth and vote for their candidate either through ballot paper method or electronic method. The voting is done area wise and once the process voting is completed the counting of votes are done in the presence of candidates. The one who gets the largest number of votes is declared elected by the district magistrate.The scenario of Indian election- In India, a person above the age of 18 has the right to vote and play a prominent role in forming a government. The preparation of election starts in advance. Every party finds a way to convince people to vote them by making banners, poster or organizing rallies and meeting people and giving a speech to convince them. Some also try to convince people by going door to door for votes. There is a chief officer is assigned to each and every polling booth who supervise all the arrangements and ensures that voting is done fairly and smoothly. The voting begins in the morning and ends at 5pm. But there are some parties who use unfair means of getting votes. These parties give money to poor people and many more things just for getting votes. They create a political atmosphere. Just because of these guys India is not able to grow. Today everyone wants to be an engineer or a doctor but no one wants to be a politician. In fact, everyone just ignores the politics happening in front of them just by thinking why to dip our hands in this. In my point of view a sweeper is much better than these politicians, at least he dumps in sewage and cleans the dirt of the city.After 70 years of independence also India is said to be a backward country and the reason is public. We are the one encourages corruption and for some money, we give a vote to the wrong party who does not deserve to be elected. We are the one who thinks of ourselves and not about our country and just say that politics has ruined our country. Its neither politics nor corruption it's we who have destroyed our country.In India, there are many ways through which unfair polling is done. Either the politicians bribe the public or they give them warning to give them vote or else they will hurt them or their respective family members. Even these politicians bribe the officials to change the counting of the vote. No one knows how they did but they did it. Constitution of India is the supreme law and this law is been copied by other countries law. Our constitution is a compilation of many countries law and this shows why India is still a developing country. India is a democratic country, we are secular and we must have a separate constitution. If this change is done it might change our country.Apart from this India is captured by reservation also. Even in elections reservation quota is there in which some Lok Sabha seats are allocated to reserved category. In India’s Parliament, there are 543 seats and out of which 84 are reserved for another category. This reservation is now misused by the politicians for their vote bank. The politicians have an added advantage over this category for their vote bank. They support a reserved category to get some votes. This nuisance is supported by them just for a vote. Reservation is a painkiller. Instead of killing the problem, nipping it in the bud, they hide the symptom and harm the body in the long run. Reservations by design, cannot help those who are genuinely oppressed, but only those who are incompetent.Importance of voting-Voting is important because it gives the right to a common person to choose his or her ruler. The public gets an indirect control over the functioning of government and they also have the power to raise a voice against unfair meansVoting is our right and we all should actively participate in the election and only then we’ll have good governance.Today India is also on his knees and it needs someone to who can run this country properly.If we all can come together and fight for GST then we all can also fight for corruption. First, we need to change ourselves then only we can change the world. Instead of promoting Swachh Bharat Abhiyan first we should look inside ourselves and become a Swachh person then only India can become Swachh.