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BY WHOM I AM INSPIRED
 Rasmi Rekha Tripathy  
 30 January 2018  

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 fourth to sixth labours of Hercules
 Roshan Rollands  
 15 February 2018  

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

The final labours of Hercules
 Roshan Rollands  
 15 February 2018  

Tenth labour- Cattle of GeryonThe cattle of Geryon by Jun-Pierre ShiozawaThis labour was for Hercules to acquire the cattle of Geryon, brilliant red cattle that were guarded by Orthrus, his two headed shepherd dog. Hercules, for this task, travelled to the island of Erytheia which lies in the far west. In order to do so, he had to cross the Libyan desert. After traveling for long, he got frustrated by the heat and let an arrow loose towards the sun. Helios, the God of the sun, seeing his “courage” decided to help him and gave him his golden chariot on which he crossed the sea from west to east every night. Hercules rode the chariot to Erytheia, the “red island” of the sunset. On his arrival, he was attacked by the two headed dog, Orthrus. Using his famed club, he kills him with a single blow to the head. The herdsman Eurytion arrived to help Orthrus but fell to Hercules’s club in the same way. Hearing the commotion, Geryon joined the fray, wielding three shields and three spears, three helmets on his shoulders. He was slain and fell to one of Hercules’s poisoned arrows which was shot with so much force that it pierced his forehead. Hercules then had to herd the cattle and take them back to Eurystheus. Hera however, sends a gadfly which bites them, sending them into a frenzy, thus dispersing them. Over the next year, Hercules retrieved them but Hera sent a flood to prevent them from crossing a river that stood in their way. Hercules filled the river with stones to decrease the level and crossed it with all the cattle. On returning to Eurystheus, the cattle were sacrificed to Hera.Eleventh labour- Golden apples of HesperidesThe apples of Hesperides by Remnev, AndreyTo begin this task, Hercules first had to find the island that had the golden apples. In order to do so, he caught the old man of the sea, a shape shifting sea God. In some variations, either in the beginning or towards the end of this task, Hercules runs into Antaeus, a man who was invincible as long as he touched his mother, Gaia (the Earth). Hercules fights him and kills him by choking him in a bear hug while picking him up. Hercules was then captured by king Busiris in Egypt who planned on making him the yearly sacrifice. But Hercules broke free if his chains and escaped. Hercules finally made his way to the garden of Hesperides. On the way, he encountered Atlas who was holding the heavens on his shoulders. Hercules persuaded Atlas to get him some apples because he was related to Hesperides. In exchange, he would relieve him of the heavens until he returned. Atlas on returning, broke the pact and said that he’d deliver the apples to Eurystheus. Hercules conned Atlas into taking his place once more saying that he’d take it back from him after he adjusts his cloak. Hercules doesn’t take Atlas’s place a second time and leaves with the apples. In other stories, he slays the dragon Ladon who protects the garden and the golden apples and then returns to he king triumphant.Twelfth labour- CerberusA statue of Hercules as he subdues CerberusThe final labour demanded Hercules to capture Cerberus, the three headed guardian of the underworld and return to the king. To prepare for his journey to the underworld, Hercules travels to Athens and is initiated in the Eleusinian mysteries. He then enters the underworld with Hermes and Athena as his guides. In the underworld, he meets Theseus and Pirithous, two companions who were trapped by Hades because they tried to covet Persephone. One tale tells of snakes coiling around their legs and then turning to stone, cutting off their escape. In another tale, he invites them for a banquet but reserved seats of forgetfulness for them. They sit in them and are ensnared as they lose their mission in mind. Hercules frees Theseus but a part of his thigh stuck to the chair. However, when he tries to free Pirithous, the earth shakes, thus showing how much he desires Persephone. Hercules then meets Hades and asks if he can take Cerberus above ground. Hades accepts on the condition that Hercules subdues Cerberus without using any weapons. Hercules overpowers Cerberus, slings it over his back and takes it back to Eurystheus who at first cowers in fear. He pleads with Hercules to take Cerberus away and said that he’d relinquish him of all duty if he did so. And so, Hercules’s debt comes to an end

PRAVAAH : THE MOTION OF WATER
 Gunika Grover  
 26 March 2018  
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The Flux, the change in flow, in current, movement, in moments of life.Humans are forever stuck in the hyperboles of their own imaginations and expressions. To relate to a metaphysical hydraulogical phenomenon is to experience life through the flow of water. The structural capacity of water is that of a fluid. The fluid, unlike oil, which makes breathe; unlike acid,which saves more, corrodes less.Water hence, provides a lesson for the pravaah(flow) we all need in healthy living. To endure, collect and proceed…   Flow through life with a sense of fluidity,taking shape to the circumstancesthat create the person you are meant to be. When an object traverses through universe in due time,kinetic, potential, stored, all of which, caused by the movement of the substance nurtures energy. Flowing water is a form of energy. Yes, the world has progressed in utilising the hydel power and hydraulic stations, the polities and economies of some countries revolve around them. Where the amazon rainforest has been dependent on existing reserves of hydropower, China produces 856 kw hydroelectric power annually. However I wish to highlight the intellect behind this energy of water. Sparkling Water? The moment it touches your throat, it flows through the surface that existed, erodes the friction and calms your being. When we think of the energy in stored glaciers and bottles, it almost feels solid. Contained. Abstained. So much so that whence we experience a natural or a virtual flow, it teleports us to a place of serenity and tranquility. The moment the shower spouts water on your head, the sense of thirst for peace and refreshment is enlightened. Be an ever flowing river and dance through life,flowing beautifully from one place to another.Glide to the destination of life that awaits. If we indulge in mind mapping, we would realise this phenomenon in depth, as to how our thoughts too are a flow of emotions and ideas. To surpass a phase in life, to move on, we must attempt to not stay put, but move. It is funny how for how people who worship the still water. For it is in a constant state of departure, while still arriving. We realise action when it is at position of unrest. Now it can be when the cloud rains pour, brooks babble across banks and produce froth or even then when see a tear roll down the cheek. It creates a moment of unsteadiness. And also a moment to not to stop. life is like river rapids, strong and powerful.times, we must know when to paddle gentlythrough a slow-moving stream.Wherever you are in your present practice and life,be mindful as to what fluidity your mind and body is craving. Water is the mother of fire and on earth only do we preside.Out of the three elements in existence, water, in my opinion holds the strongest and the most integrated position. I have seen my work and toil fall and turn into rubble within nanoseconds, I have seen alive beings burn to ashes. I didn’t have much to take from my grandfather after he expired, but his teachings on finding the flow stuck to my heart. Next time when you’re stuck in a puddle or a storm, remember to be like the flowing water. Remember to have a pravaah.

Book Review: Pralay: The Great Deluge (Harappa) by Vineet Bajpai
 Shivangi Rawat  
 28 March 2018  

Blurb"“Even death is afraid of the White Mask…”1700 BCE, Harappa – The devta of Harappa has fallen…tortured and condemned to the dungeons of the dead. His murdered wife’s pious blood falls on the sands of the metropolis, sealing the black fate of Harappa…forever.2017, Banaras – A master assassin bites into cyanide, but not before pronouncing the arrival of an unstoppable, dark force. A maha-taantric offers a chilling sacrifice.325 AD, Bithynian City (modern-day Turkey) – Unable to foresee the monster he was untethering, an extraordinary monarch commissions a terrifying world-vision spanning millennia.1700 BCE, East of Harappa – A mystical fish-man proclaims the onset of Pralay - the extinction of mankind. The Blood River rises to avenge her divine sons.What happens to the devta of Harappa? Is Vidyut truly the prophesied saviour? Who are the veiled overlords behind the sinister World Order? What was the macabre blueprint of the mysterious emperor at Bithynian City? Turn the pages to unravel one of the world’s greatest conspiracies and the haunting story of a lost, ancient civilization."About bookReading level: 12+ yearsPaperback: 315 pagesPublisher: VB Performance LLP (19 January 2018)Language: EnglishReviewThe Author has done an awe-inspiring job in its prequel, “HARAPPA” and I was enthusiastically waiting for its sequel and here it is. My tick- tock waiting watch is stopped and finally I am giving my verdict on Pralay – the great deluge.I enjoyed Pralay-The great Deluge which is the second part of Harappa - the curse of the Blood River.Like the volume one, this book holds the equivalent charisma and page turner for all. Several characters role play shows instantaneously in this book, like a historical drama based move rolling.Coming to the story, in the last book we had seen that Vivasan pujari was sentenced to mrit karavas like a hell type place and on the next day numerous torture done by King Chandrashekhar army. He landed to the west of Harappa, at the place of Sura, the mighty demon king, with the extreme mental country of in search of revenge of the fatality of his beloved soul mate Sanjana and his single son. The mighty king agrees to help him, but in exchange for something, which stunned the great devta for an instant. On the other end in Banaras, Vidyut flabbergasted and immobilized to see the sudden alteration of Bala, his brotherhood friend. On which earth Bala tried to kill Vidyut and who is the mastermind behind it. Each passing moment Vidyut condition is getting life-threatening. Does he recover from it? In the meantime, meanwhile, the Masaan Raja, the deity of the dead, Trijaat Kapaalik entered the matth with his 666 maniac followers and his guts left everyone stunned in the matth. What was the purpose to visit in such horrible phases to the Matth? Another fragment of the story, Manu succeeded to get away with the lifeless body of his adored mother with the support of Pundit Somdutt and swift with his horse to the East of Harappa in search of the Black Temple as directed. On the way, he met Matshya, a mystery man.Manu seeks help from this mystical man Masaya for taking revenge for the death of his parents. Did he help Manu on his mission? All mystery will solve, once you go through the book. The fast pace of the book holds you till the end & it’s a single sit read for me. Writing a historical fiction is a tough job and need too much research to make it the best. The Author has succeeded in that case. Language and narration are breath-taking from its first page of the book. Mythology was never my cup of tea, but recently I have read few amazing mythology related novels including this and I just loved it now. I was gripped and enthralled by the transformation of the pujari into evil. Saptrishi and Vidyut played and justified their role. The cover is not unique still simple and good it could have been better. The title is catchy, this book I never thought will be released soon I must pat on the back of author for his creativity and imaginations!4/5 to this book!

SIGHT and ACTION.
 Gunika Grover  
 28 March 2018  

Maps And Mother Goddesses in Modern India”,Imago Mundi, Vol 53 pp. 97-11by Sumathy Ramaswamy; “Death of a Kotwal”, The Caste Question pp.241-264 by Anupama RaoThe scales of shapes and skills remain balanced so long there is a constant urge to take action through acts and thoughts. Borrowing evidences from the texts from The Death of A Kotwal and Maps and Mother Goddesses of India, this paper argues how bodies produce knowledge. It lurks around the former where an innocent Kotwal is bludgeoned to death and the latter provides for a bodyscape which helped unite India. This paper reflects how irrespective of the existence of materials, constant interactions in the society can lead to formation of perceptions and abstractions. NON LIVING PARTICIPATION IN ACTIONBodies are known to be the hub for interactions and debates. Apart from their physical realities, in a rut to fight and provide evidence, humans intensify the meaning of the non-existential bodies to make them exist. Rao, in her paper explains the helplessness of the family and the Dalit community after Sawane’s virtual corpse is put under the eyes of the law. The case expedites when it is scrutinized deeply and Rao mentions, “The addition of the PCR Act’s Section 3(x)was mandatory and signaled that the case merited extra care as an atrocity”(243). The idea of the investigation of a dead body by another body in power(legislation) sensationalized the tiff in hand.This case was chalked out as an exception from all of the Anti-Dalit discriminations, because of its gruesome severity. Ramaswamy supporting this argument in her essasy argues reflects how soma (body) of a woman can be utilized for representing a map, to awaken the depressed patriots of India. She says, “These gendered bodyscapes also enable the viewing of the nation’s territory possessively, even pleasurably”(109). Considering maps of margins and boundaries incapable of provocation of any belongingness, she intensifies the need and power of embodiment. Such bodyscapes hence acted like moderators between different ideologies to brew a collective revolution.Man’s constant attempt to question and frame an individual to gain attention has made his instinct for differing between the real and unreal blind. The once real, body of the Kotwal and the virtual Mother India, both created by man are not hotplate for discussion and representations.STRUCTURES TO ABSTRACTIONSBodies are meant to provide a structure and materialize the abstractions. However their state of living existence may be, bodies never cease to engender knowledge and awareness. When put under a magnifying glass of human perceptions, one views different from the other. Rao expresses how the location of the village was harmless yet a catastrophe occurred. As the case progressed it was found out that apart from being Dalit and follower of Ambedkar, he was also the gate keeper for his area. Rao writes, “Living outside the village boundaries, the mahar veskar is the outsider figure who protects the integrity of the village social unit” (258). Sawane wasn’t only a material body, but upon his death,a lot of humanity and responsibilities failed which remained unnoticed.Sumathy Ramaswamy too expresses how blank cartographical representations of their progressing nation once looked at differently, livened up. The body of the mother goddess as a map now, calls for national urge to freedom. She writes “They invite the citizen subject who gazes upon them to relate the nation not as some abstract, dead geographical space but as a near and dear person, his personal goddess, his vulnerable mother, even a beloved lover “(110). One couldn’t have imagined the power of abstract images with bodies to shake the restlessness in the nation and make them aware about their surroundings. These perceptions help build studies of knowledge and emotion amongst people who are witnessing the action. Hence to attain the key of all the knowledge of interest from a body, one must seep through all the roots of the body and decipher all its actions and emotions it represent for others before making quick judgments. It is only then when our deductions will surpass the normal overview of bodies, that we will take a leap into the world of actual reality.KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGES ON THE BASIS OF PERCEPTIONSCo-existing with other humans in the universe leads to various perceptions and ideas to be built around the body. The way he moves, his actions, his speech, all comes into consideration when there is an observer or listener who symbolizes his being with respect to own life. On one hand, Rao reflects the importance of politics in the society, on the other,Ramaswamy talks about the status of the female community through her work. The latter writes on behalf of many and says “feminist geographers have suggested that the conception of the nation as cartographically female enables a ‘masculinist’ relationship to the place”(109).In their purview, such kind of bodyscaping was centralized so men could join arms and perform righteous duties towards the vulnerable mother nation. On a similar note, Rao reflects how ideas taken from the perception of Dalit communities and Ambedkar’s role as a political leader helped shape the judgment. She resounds the case progressions and says, “Kharkov distinguished two forms of phenomenal violence: new violent caste social displayed in conflict around Ambedkar statue and retaliatory counter violence that reinstated Dalits’ stigmatized status” (255). This knowledge became crucial in understanding and refining the position of the Dalit kotwal and his ambition of constructing a statue of Ambedkar. The distress of the Dalit community and their political representative from the past, would not have come under notice if there was no action amidst communities. The analysis that came in effect after continuous actions and perceptions made in societies would not have been produced without the continuous expulsion of knowledge from the bodies. It is due to such their status in the society and such symbolic representations, that we can extrapolate their relationships and achievements in the past.Humans, often involuntarily make decisions keeping in mind other people’s existence in their life and their effects. As goes their anatomy, knowledge can never be separated alone from the way they occupy space. This space however need not be tangible or visible, for what matters more is the influence created by it. By their own will, the bodies spout a river of emotions and actions in due course of their life. As they interact, the by products become adaptable and appreciable by the people over who he has the influence. Now this influence can be used to target a set of people or a notion, it can be used as a boon or a bay, or a tool or weapon. These assumptions about perceptions, extraction of reality from abstractions too are caused by an exchange in ideas and thoughts over time in space. Hence so I believe that bodies are more than occupants of the earth, they exceed their limits and become unique walls of creative knowledge. 

Review on the movie - Kahaani -2
 Harsha Darji  
 20 April 2018  

Everbody has 'kahaani' i.e stories to share in life, but their are few stories that are very heart touching, senstive, serious, reality & a matter of attention. I know we all have busy life, busy schedule & there many couples whose life depends on nanny, maids, day care for children etc. At times parents also leave their children at friends place, neighbours place or any relatives place without even having a thought tat whether my child would be safe or unsafe. The dirty mind belongs to strangers is true but we need to accept that even our own near & dear ones could have mind filled with shits & may try to harm your child, abuse your child. We teach many do's & dont's to our children but we forget to teach them a very important lesson that is of their own safety, yes safety of their body, lessons of good & bad touch. Make your child aware about gud & bad sign of touch, talk to them daily, have more conversation about school, teachers, bus drivers, auto driver etc. Parents must not forget that child abuse done by near & dear ones is not a matter to hide, ignore & make your child to suffer & get into pain or depression wherein he/ she cant tend to come out. We see & read many cases of child abuse in newspapers, televisions etc but we only get serious about it the day if any such incident takes place in our family. I request everyone do not wait for such cruel incidents to take place. Get alert & start talking & teaching your child today, coz precaution is better than cure. If any one comes across about any such incidents in schools, tutions, day care centers, NGO's one must immediately light such issues, investigate & inform the police. If we dnt act now than many such strangers will get more gutts to spoil life of several children. Your children are lucky coz they have parents like you to take stand & raise voice for them but there are many who do not have parents, they live in child ngo's, ashrams & have no one to share their pain. It's our moral duty to raise our voice & act against the child abuse. Be a friend to your child so that they can share entire routine & kahani of every day. I appreciate the director to take such a serious topic of 'child abuse' & highlighted the current rising issue for our children. There is a strong message to get serious about your child & their safety. Vidya was awesome the way she performed. It could have highlighted more such issues along with data from schools, child ngo's etc. I give 3.5 start to raise this topic in 'Kahaani -2' . It's a family movie so make sure your child also learns out of it. There is a message for all such strangers that, don't play with the life of any child or else accept death penalty or imprisonment for entire life. Even our judiciary laws must be strict & such person should straight away be sentenced to death.

How i found my lost friendship🎼🎸
 NAUMAN SHAHID  
 24 June 2018  

‘’waqt bhi kya ajeeb cheez hai ,or ye gali to aaj bhi waise hi hai ‘’ dheeme kadmo ko agey badhate hue main khud se hi baate kar rha thaMuzaffarnagar ki wahi tang gali , ek dusre k peeche bhaagte hue bacche, or phir wahi neem ka ped !!Jaise mjhse guzre hue waqt ka hisaab mang rha ho …… maine us ped se nazre churana chaha to mjhe theek us ke samne wale ghar ki darwaze ne mjhe rok diya ….yhi meri manzil thi …Himmat jutakar maine us darwaze ko khatkhatya to andar se awaz ayiKon ??Mai jawab nhi de paayaPhir awaz ayiKon hai ??? itna kehkar darwaza khulaor maine bolaAssalamualykum anuty !! apne mjhe pehchana ??Ye sunte hi wo khush ho gyi orwo has padi (jaise cheh saal baad bhi unhe ye yakeen tha k mai isi dobara ayunga )Bata tum to bht badal gye ho !! unki yeh baat sunkar mai sochne lga …haabadal to gya tha mai ab mai duniya ki nazron me ek settledinsaan tha , ab mere kapde designer dikhte the or luxuries thi…Aunty ne mera dhyan hataya or mjheandar bulaya ..Whi aangan tha or whi pedmjhe taktaki lagaye dekh rhe the jaise mjhsemere chale jaane ki shikayat kat rhe hoAunty ne chai ka cup meri or badhaya to darwaze pa aahat hui …darwaza khula to hmare samne ekchehra tha ,ye chehra ajnabee to nhi tha lekn iske sath judi huiyaade bht kuch khushnuma bhi nhi thi ,Ayaan darwaze par tha ….Yeh wahi Ayaan tha jiski dosti k sath maine 4 saal tak apni zindagi bitayi thi ,mai uski har pareshani me uske sath tha ,jab wo 12 pass nhi karpaya tha tab maine hi decide kiya tha k mai bhi ek saal tak kuch nhi karunga ormaine pure ek saal tak use physics pdadaya tha ….kaise bhul sakta hai pwo ye sab maine apna pura saal arhaan ki padhai ko de diya tha or jab result aaya to uske top karne par mai use zyada khush tha ..or agle din jab maine use call kiya tha to lafz mjhe aaj bhi yaadahiusne mjhe kha tha ,Mai dehradoon agya hu !!Ab yhi pe admission le liyahai ab mjhe agey badhna hai !!ye kehkar usne fon raakh diya …use kai baar fon karne par andaaza hua k ab use meridosti ki zaroorat nhi hai ….Kitni bekaar mehsoos hui thi zindagi us waqt mjhe……. shayad jab koi rishton k sath khelta hai to aisa hi lagta hai …Maine apna dhyan hataya to ayan mere kareeb akar khada ho gya hai …jaise mjhse kuch bolna chahta ho …lekn wo mjhse nazree nhi mila paaya or apne room ki tarf badh gya …Arhaan k jaane k bad maine apna sheher muzaffarnagar chorkar delhi ka rukh karliya tha …zindagi chalti rhi ,maine apne aap ko apni padhai me jhonk diya tha thode din bad main apni job me bhi settled ho gya tha …kabhi Ayaan ki yaad aaati to yeh sochkar dil ko tasalli de deta tha ki aj mera class or status Ayaank status se zyda bda hai ….lekin shayad mai bhul gya tha k dosti me status or class to matter hi nhi karta …or meri taraf se to meri dosti sachi hi thi …yhi sab soch kar mai aajcheh saal baad phir se isi chukhat par ane ko majboor ho gya tha ….Aunty ne mjhe btaya k arhaan ne bachelors me admission to le liya tha lekn wo kayi saalo tak use pass nhi karpaya harkar usne pdhai chor di….or usne jo tmhare sath kiya wo uske liye apne aap ko maaf nhi karpaya hai …itne mei mera phone ring hua or mere driver ne mjhe btaya k mausam kharab ho rha hai mjhe jaldi nikalna chahiye ..Maine aunty to goodbye bolkar agey badha to meri nazar Ayaan pe phir se pdi..wo aangan me khada tha jaise mjhse kuch kehna chata ho, mai uske paasgya to usne mjhe gale laga liya or bola ‘’sorry bhai …mjhe maaaf karde ‘’mai use koi jawab nhi de paayaBearish tez hone lgi or maine baarish k beech uski aankhon se uski galtiyon ke aanson nikalte hue dekhe …Waqt ne use uski galti ka ehsaaas kara diya tha ….or maine bina kuch kahe use maaf kardiya tha ..Aaj cheh saal k baad , ek baar phir se hmara status same ho chukka tha ….or mjhe mera dost wapas mil chuka tha ….jaate hue hamne usi aangan me baithkar phle ki tarh chai pee …or maine use apni shaadi k liye invite kiya jo k agle week hone wali thi ………‘’Friendship is a beautiful thing , always try to flourish it ‘’

How legendary is the Maruti WagonR among the present breed of cars?
 Arnav Arora  
 4 July 2018  
Art

The Maruti Suzuki WagonR is one of the first tallboy hatchbacks to be sold in the Indian market. It was launched way back in 1999 and is still in the hunt of being one of the most popular cars from the company’s shed. The company has sold over five million units of the hatchback, which is quite a staggering number.You can find out about the specifications and features athttps://autoportal.com/newcars/marutisuzuki/wagon-r/. As of now, let’s find out how legendary the car actually is and how much of an impact that has on the competitors.InteriorBy looking at how tall the Maruti Suzuki WagonR is, you might have understood that it has a very high headroom. Plus, the shoulder room and legroom are ample too. There are just a manual air conditioning, headlight and ignition key off reminder, manual internal anti-glare mirror, fabric seat upholstery and manual adjustment for the driver and front passenger’s seat.There are power windows on all the sides along with electrically adjustable ORVMs. There is a 2-DIN system on the dashboard with four speakers which make sure that the music is always high. The system is compatible with both USB and AUX-in. There is also an FM radio connectivity.ExteriorThe Maruti WagonR is a hatchback and hence, is small on its length. The car is suspended over McPherson Strut coil spring at the front and isolated trailing link coil spring at the rear. The lower variants ride on 13-inch wheels while the top trims have 14-inch units.It has roof rails, which makes one of the very few hatchbacks to come in full-size roof rails. It has body coloured door handles and bumpers. Fog lamps are given in the top trims.FeaturesThe Maruti Suzuki WagonR is truly an amazing hatchback to be on sale for almost two decades. Plus, it has almost all of the features that most of the modern day models are supposed to have. It has power steering, power windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs, inside remote-controlled bootlid opener and an automated manual gearbox. Plus, the addition of a CNG mechanism added to the economic side.Engine and PowerThe Maruti Suzuki WagonR comes with 3-cylinders and with a 1.0-litre petrol engine, which can produce a maximum power of 67 bhp along with a peak torque of 90 Nm. There is also a CNG motor with the same displacement, which is more economical but makes a lesser power of 58 bhp and 77 Nm of torque.Safety measuresIn regard to the safety measures, the Maruti Suzuki WagonR has standardised engine immobilizer, central locking with an alarm system and child safety locks. Apart from this, there are two safety airbags for the driver and co-driver and ABS.Why is Maruti Suzuki WagonR legendary?The Maruti Suzuki WagonR can be termed as being legendary for many reasons. Number one, it has been on sale for a really long period of time without many physical modifications. Number two, even though it is almost two decades old, it is quite relevant to the current auto market and the features provided are very much in line with some of the modern cars in the segment.Plus, having a starting price of just around Rs. 4 lakhs and the top end priced well below Rs. 6 lakhs, it more economical and affordable than many other competitors.

Home shifting
 swapnil kamble  
 9 August 2018  
Art

I was shifted to titwala,home furniture transported by taxi when i noticed, chawl no 4 was pulled down and run down by jcb over chawl.When taxi driver seen all dillapidated chawl, he was confused about it.road was in bad shaped.it run half in chawl.remaining run at highway touch.the work of laying seadeep gas pipline through  that place. drilled and roads dug for installation gas pipeline.work was going on.The month was scorching heats.sun was boiling over head.sunburn made our body itching and rash over body.electricity tower spread over chawl.its irriting sound made us unsafe felt.Between tower, chawl was constructed.so that heavy holtage current was passing through overhead wire.it made sound irritating.Afte two week, rodden had destroyed  face  of drainage line.she dug hole into it.and defaced chamber of drainage.Next day, we informed about incidant.due to heavy block into toilet, toilet was choked.drains water unabled to pass through chamber.The drain water was clotted between the nalla and chamber so that water could not flow through.Stench of water Clustered everywhere over passage.we called. Contracter, he hesitated said,'that was not my work"and he left that matter unsolved.So i left hope last.that builder who would take action about that broblem.i had been three day since come her.and problem arose one by one.I solved my own problem myself.we all decided to solve problem ourself.Nobody raised question against builder.who build chawl in unsafe.he used material was very poor quality.no rcc work was done in drainage chamber.if you touch to wall of house wall bits of cement cracked into hand.it was broaken into pieces.Our problem have no solution.even we paid instalment monthly.he left unsolved.So we decided to keep maintance charge maintaince from every member of chawl.everybody agreed to pay maitance charge .we chargerd 100 ruppes on every member as maintainace. But some rude member made block into our work.they hesitated pay maintaance.so that plan repairing drainage was remained pending.Dreainage problem only bursted into chawl no 4, so that chawl no 5 and 6 hesitated to pay charge as drainage maitance becouse they said that they had no drainage problem," then why they have pay as drainage charge""That was not our problem"...chawl no 5.saidThen that matter closed there.Chawl no3 and chawl no 4 had attached drainage line.so every month problem arose into our drainage chamber.Chawl no was  heighed high size of house.and chawl no heighted low size so that blockege broblem arise monthly in our side.Then many probem arose one by one , we solved our own problem.we did not depend on other.Day was passing like sand on hand.sunrise and sunset simultaneously.

How Often Do We Say - Thank You!
 Ritu Gulabani  
 14 August 2018  
Art

How often do we say thank you and really mean it?To God, to people who serve us or to mother nature...How often do we thank God for the eyes we open in the morning? For there are many who couldn't see the brightness of the sun today.How often do we thank God for the air we breathe? For there are many, who are putting a lot of efforts to breathe and there are many again, who just took their last breath.How often do we thank God for the people around us? For there are many who are alone and fighting depression.How often do we thank God for the home we live in? For there are many who have no roof.How often do we thank God for our job? For there are many educated unemployed.How often do we thank our maids, our help and other service providers? For there are many who are in dire need of help but have to manage all by themselves.We are busy complaining and comparing and forgoing happiness ourselves.Today it has been scientifically proven that expressing gratitude makes you a happier person.With this follows my third story "Faith" which was published in Dreamz Anthology last year. Although a fiction, it has been inspired by real life events.FaithAfter collecting their bags, Rishabh and Daman went to hire a taxi while Tania and Disha waited near the exit with luggage by their side. When the boys were approaching their girls, Rishabh could effortlessly notice the contrasting personalities of the two females standing a few steps away.Rishabh and Tania had been together since their first year while Disha and Daman, already in a relationship, had met the duo during their internship. Their night duties and a zest for clubs and night life had brought them together.Tania was soft, plump and fair skinned with hazel eyes, almost like the furry overcoat in her hands. With her chubby cheeks, dimply smile and a compassionate heart she had been the spirit of the hospital. Disha, on the other hand had a vivid sex appeal. She too, wore jegging with nude peep toes; her white translucent shirt with a tiny golden heart shaped pendant hanging just above the cleavage made her look sensual.Within an hour they were in their pre-booked private beach resort in Phuket. Tania had booked it after an intensive search for a quite beach resort within their budget for their weeklong holiday.The resort was truly a paradise for the couples. With their cottage doors and windows opening to the sea on one side and pool on the other, the couples were already thrilled.“The lunch is ready so please freshen up and join at the restaurant,” said the manager handing over the keys to their porter.“I really want to take out my clothes and swim,” said Disha, gaping at the Europeans enjoying in the pool bar.“Me too Honey! But let’s have our lunch first,” said Daman putting his arms around her waist while Disha’s eyes were on Rishabh who was looking around with Tania just a few steps ahead.The moment they stepped into the room, Tania kissed Rishabh, who was still brooding over Disha’s changing behavior. Rishabh also kissed her in reciprocation and then rushed to washroom.Tania took out her diary and started scribbling, with a gentle smile on her face.“What are you doing now? I guess we are on a vacation, right!” asked Rishabh, the moment he came out.“Ofcourse! We certainly are! You know, how much I have yearned for these holidays,” said Tania with a beam and got up with her diary folded in her right hand to kiss her beau.“This is my gratitude journal and before I forget, I want to write all those things, I am grateful for. I am just trying to remember the magic of the day till now”.“Magic!” Rishabh wondered.“Daddy’s permission for a trip with friends, riding an airplane which is a wonder in itself, a power nap refreshing me for the day, safe landing, a sunny day after cold foggy days of Delhi, a pre-nuptial honeymoon with the most handsome doc, a beautiful silent beach resort within our budget, an awesome cottage by the sea, all four of us together….in Phuket. I have already counted ten blessings, which are no less than magic for me,” said Tania with a smile and coiled to the writing desk behind to put down her diary.“Hmm! U know your attitude is what pulls me like a magnet to you. But everyone today, wants to have fun and so work on their goals to go for vacations,” said Rishabh.“Wrong! Not every girl is getting a permission from her parents, planes can crash any time, many can’t even see or experience the sun, there are many who can’t sleep properly where as I managed a great sleep in the plane, many love stories end up before they are born, many can’t afford even a budget resort forget the sea view or pool view,” said Tania asserting herself. “I am more grateful when I talk about it and you are also one of the manifestations for me.”Rishabh came from a small town of Uttarakhand and was living in a hostel.His extremely fair complexion behind the black beard and an athlete built up with ever shining inquisitive eyes had always made him stand out in the college group.Tania, on the other hand, had been a day-scholar. Her mom was very fond of Rishabh ever since Rishabh had saved Tania from an accident. Rishabh’s family was also under the magical spell of Tania although they met on rare occasions.Suddenly the phone bell rang.“Are you both ready?” asked Daman.“Oh yes! We will be out in a few more minutes,” replied Rishabh and kept the phone.While Tania changed, Rishabh found himself sandwiching between a nymph and a desirable seductress.Soon four of them were in the restaurant. They occupied a table near the portico with floral climbers till the square open roof tops. It was a breath taking view. The pool had umpteen Europeans swimming in it to tan their bodies. They were all basking under the sun and happy escaping the severe winters of their respective countries.  At the brim of the pool were the sculptures of mermaids, painted in pink, blue and golden, pouring water into the pool from the pitchers in their hands. Just behind the pool, they could only see the huge serene and clear blue and green sea. The beach in between was not visible from the partly open restaurant. Tania and Daman were enjoying every bit of the picturesque scenery while Disha creeped her chair just opposite to Rishabh.Rishabh, now felt trapped almost like a monkey with its fist in the trap which can’t come out unless he releases the bananas or the nuts inside. Disha’s oomph factor, quite visible in her red strappy dress with blood red lipstick and penetrating eyes were, no doubt pulling him.Suddenly, Daman clenched his hand onto the table with his eyes still stuck to the vast sea and said, “Guys I am going to buy some vodka and wine and enjoy the evening here inside the pool. What say? No sightseeing, no clubbing. Let’s celebrate here for tonight.” All the three immediately agreed with a “wow” and so after the lunch, Daman went out for some liquor shopping while Tania ran and jumped into the hammock on the beach.“I don’t want to tan my body. I am going to my room guys!” said Disha while Rishabh’s eyes silently chased Disha although he chose to relax on the wooden recliners at close quarters with Tania.Tania was basking under the sun and enjoying the gentle touch of sea breeze. She was thankful for her dream of the sea on one side and Rishabh on the other. Soon, she was asleep. Rishabh was waiting for this; he suddenly got up and sneaked to Disha’s room.Disha was relaxing right there on the bay window. Her smooth, saucy legs turned Rishabh on. He didn’t want to waste the time. He jumped right from the window.“I was waiting for you,” she said in a husky voice into her ears while Rishabh hushed her and kissed. The moment he was to open the zip of her dress, the door bell rang. Rishabh stealthily jumped out of the window.Can’t believe it! You were waiting for me….curtains closed, much wavy locks, sensuous foot rub? What a beautiful kick! Incredible Phuket!” shouted Daman throwing his bag.“Oh you and your gratitude journal! Looks like we’re on your gratitude trip!” said Rishabh irritatingly, the moment he entered the room.“Look who is talking! I looked out for you on the beach and when I didn’t find you, I came back,” said Tania with a shock in her eyes. “By the way, I was thanking God for our beautiful future!”“Which has not even set in!” Rishabh said spitefully.“Why?” Tania gets surprised. “We are already in our honeymoon. What else do you need to start? Come here and sit,” she flipped her pages without enquiring further.“See just six months back, I had thanked God for my dream trip to Thailand and to a private beach resort in Phuket. Isn’t it a dream come true?” she showed her diary to Rishabh with date.Rishabh read her journal and couldn’t believe his eyes. Tania was right and then she showed her a few of her dreams manifested in the past one year, her mother’s health, her brother’s dream job and her results.“Believe me! God has abundance for all of us. You just need to have faith,” said Tania with a smile.Rishabh gazed at her in awe. He was certainly learning more about Tania, huddled over her dairy, in her denim shorts, red puff sleeved top and long straight tresses, she was definitely a fusion. Her thoughts on couple’s compatibility before marriage appeared strange in front of her deep faith like a good old granny.“Her aura always touches my soul. How can I ignore such a beautiful personality, inside out?” said Rishabh to himself.In the evening four of them sat together in the pool bar and enjoyed the cocktails, mock tails, pizza and swimming too. Rishabh tried to ignore the seductress in the string bikini, revealing her petite body.“Daman my back is burning. Can you please check?” said Disha with her eyes again on Rishabh.“There’s nothing honey. Let me rub some ice,” replied Daman and picked an ice cube to rub at her smooth dripping bony back. “You are tantalizing me!” he said in a low voice.“Let me enjoy the weather,” said Tania and swam towards the other end of the pool which meandered till the corner of the vast resort. Rishabh followed Tania.After the Christmas and New Year bash filled with music, dance, drum, wine, beer, fun, food and frolic they were all ready to leave Phuket. Rishabh still ….a pendulum.Their return tickets were booked from Bangkok. The taxi was booked and they happily bid Phuket a goodbye. As they drove their way, the darkness slowly covered the blue and orange sky and the stars slowly took over their positions, the four travelers were enjoying the music.Onthe Phuket- Bangkok Highway near Suratthani, the driver requested them to put some holy chants in his broken english.“Why?” asked Tania.“Madaame, this is accident zone and pirits….you know gosts…. stop caar causing accidents. I am Buddhist, I want to put …chanting,” replied the cab driver.“Are you mad!” giggled Rishabh“Don’t make fun!” said Tania pinching his arm.“Let the music run. We are doctors and don’t believe in ghosts,” said Rishabh reproachfully.“I don’t understand why do you like this metal?” saidTania in a teasing tone. “Let him put chanting for some time.”The moment Rishabh turned to reply; the taxi took a blind turn in order to save a creature crossing over and toppled upside down.Unable to open the doors and windows, they all shouted but in vain. The breathlessness suddenly increased. The three doctors tried their best while Tania prayed for help and imagined that help had arrived, thanking God for the same, repeatedly deep inside her heart.Driver and Disha had already fainted. Daman and Rishabh had also started losing hope when two men on a bike crossed the overturned car. They stopped and drooped to peep inside.Tania gesticulated forrescue.None of them could believe that they had survived a fatal accident. They thanked the good Samaritans who left almost like a bubble. While Tania and Rishabh brought Disha and driver back to their senses, Daman checked the car. The magic was still in the air or the angelic touch, the car turned on.Daman drove the car now with driver by his side; Rishabh took his window seat with Tania by her side. But this time, holding each other’s hand firmly with faith multiplied. The near death experience had turned everyone grateful for their magical retrieval.“Thank You Tania!” Rishabh mumbled in the ears of his lady of faith and felt fleshed out with love and faith. 

Naples Taxi Service near Me-Better than Using a Car
 Kelly Myers  
 14 August 2018  
Art

It is my personal experience that Naples taxi service near me is better than using a car. It was last year in May 2017 I went to Naples for enjoying summer vacations with my wife. Off course the city was marvelous and everything seemed to be perfect there. When I landed on the airport with my spouse I was not sure where to get a transport means. Thanks to Flitways app that was already there in my smart phone. I was not sure what to do but my wife was confident about it. She told me to make use that app to get a Naples taxi.I made use of this app and thanks to it because a taxi was standing in front of us within next 20 minutes. This taxi took us to a nice hotel that was associated with it and we enjoyed 7 days holiday here. Thanks to Flitways app that guided us in this alien destination.Most taxi services and Naples airport shuttle serve local people and abroad tourists well. You may come across a team of taxi cabs that are adored with decent color shades. Since many years these legendry taxi services have been serving people well by dropping them at desired destinations. If you arrive at Naples for holidays or business meetings then you may find roads in the city to be empty without taxi services. You will find many tips and ways to get a taxi service in this city. Firstly you can get a Naples taxi by hiring an empty one in any city street. Cab services in this city run in various parts and areas. They serve needy people for 24 hours. The second effective tip is to downloadFlitways app on your smart phone. You can do this before reaching the city. After reaching to Naples by train or airplane you can activate the Flitways app and fill on information in its mobile web page. This app will ask you about your current location in Naples as well desired place where you want to reach. Just hold patience for a couple of minutes and your called up taxi will be in front of you within a couple of minutes. Flitways services are genuine that’s why they are known as call in services. You will need to tell them about current address and the location where you want to go. Many taxi drivers have been assessed for their Naples cab company near me. These taxi drivers have an advanced wireless radio system that can locate your current location. They will reach you within 15-20 minutes as they work and serve customers at a very fast pace. Thus you can conclude that taxi services in this city are far better and affordable in cost than a car. Final ConclusionI got a perfect Naples cab company near me with the help of Flitways app. This app is so easy to download on your smart phone. It works so fast to call a taxi service. Just use it when you travel in a foreign destination. 

Flit app, Contributor of Intelligent Transportation
 Kelly Myers  
 18 August 2018  
Art

Springfield is the centre of administration of the U.S. state of Illinois and the county seat of Sangamon County. Springfield and the surrounding metropolitan area have created bike trails and bike highway on a number of pavements. The systematic programming to achieve a particular set of target springfield yellow cabhas added many facilities for the users at the destination. They must be programmed into the system. The delivery companies are vigorously strategizing themselves with the change of time. Like springfield cab company is one of them who are continuously taking steps for further progress. The effective transport will be provided by making it more pleasant and effective. They can offer springfield taxi service near me to save time of the passengers.Flit app is an extraordinary ingenious travel company. It prefers giving budget-friendly and cosy commutation for corporate people. It is an emerging application covers 220 major cities and 430 airports worldwide. The venture is eye-catching for the massive consumers. They are taking responsibilities of all traffic-related issues like traffic congestion etc. Springfield taxi is a fascinating mode of transportation recently. A fair fare system in the ticketing systems has traditionally appeared as the most acceptable proof of payment. They believe in provision of correct change to decrease the waste of time of the driver. Springfield chauffeur will be very sincere and punctual towards their duty. It is really admirable while using anyone’s services. Integrating and preloading a ticket for use various forms of transport benefaction. It deducts the opportunities for fare collector fraud and brings all the public transport operators under one umbrella.The electronic or e-payment systems permit for bank-issued smart cards now.  The fair progress is likely to change the face of public transport. Springfield cabsnear me are the option liked and preferred by the users to get an advantage of modernisation. The curiosity of enjoying the excellent in reasonable prices is the need of the scenario. The recent development is likely to change the face of public transport.The information must be vital to those commuting in unfamiliar destination, if managed correctly available 24 hours a day. It causes less exertion and minimum tension to the travellers. The transportation companies also send SMS messages to their regular passengers to collect luggage to reassure them. Springfield taxi service is concentrating on the precautions as there is a high rate of road misfortune is increasing regularly.  Hence, the Flit app has the system that gives more vitality for their commuters. They are not accepting mercy of an imperfect system. The deformity has become the reason of havoc on the roads. 

FUNNY MOMENTS IN SCHOOL
 Preeti Tal  
 19 September 2018  

Funny moments in school

“The Importance and relevance of National Festivals”
 PRAGATI Bhattad  
 4 November 2018  
Art

Importance:How oxygen,food & water are essential for our survival same way celebration of national festival is essential for our existance in this world. It fulfill us with patriotism whichbring along a spirit of love and devotion for the country also National Festival strengthen the social relations and communications which leads to unity among people and also bring us more closer to our nation which is helpful in promoting the national harmony. Independence Day, 15th August celebration is a way to remind the people about our hard earned freedom and that we must respect and value it more. It inspires people to stay united and serve the country in every possible way. It is a day to celebrate the true spirit of freedom.  It is of great importance to all the Indian citizens, thus everyone actively participates in the national festival celebration every year. Independence Day reminds us of the heroic deeds of our leaders and freedom fighters who helped us attain freedom. This is  the main reason why we celebrate our national festivals with pride and love for our country. If our brave freedom fighters would not have been sacrificed we would not have even been able to breathe freely in our country. Forget about the national festival celebration  our revered religious festivals would also not have been possible. On this day : India celebrates three National Festivals – Independence Day, Republic Day and Gandhi Jayanti. We the citizens of India celebrate these festivals with full fervour. For India, 15 August is a golden day of her re-birth, a new start. At the midnight of 15 August 1947, the British rulers handed the country back to its Indian leaders, ending a remarkable 200 years old struggle and India became a sovereign nation. Independence Day is celebrated by every citizen of India irrespective of caste, creed and religion.The Prime Minister of India hoists the Indian National Flag from Red Fort every year. This is followed by 21 gun shots to salute and honour the Indian flag and solemn occasion. The Prime Minister then addresses the citizens of the country. Numerous events are organized in various places throughout the country in entire atmosphere is infused with love and devotion for the country.  Many educational institutes also organize kite flying competitions which is also a way of expressing the  freedom.    We honour these noble souls by singing songs and poems in their praise. It is a great site to see little children dressed up as various freedom fighters on this day. In short, every person in the country revels in the nationalistic pride.Several cities in the United States have declared 15 August as 'India Day'.Relevance :In present scenario it is very much relevent because it reminds us and repicturise the secrifices of our freedom fighters which inspire us to maintain our freedom and do our best for our motherland . Patriotism doesn’t require a special date or occasion to express itself. The only thing needed is that we should have immense amount of love and respect for our country. We should not confined patriotism to these selected days only and national festival celebration doesn’t only mean flag hoisting, singing our national anthem and participating in competition on subjects of nationality but it will be worth celebrating if practically we take care of everything like plantation,garbage cleaning, recycling,rejuvenating our mother rivers ,protecting our forests , providing healthy and encouraging environment to growing children, respecting our elders, maximum utilisation of renewable energy resources.If through out the year we do all these definitely we will feel proud while flag hoisting and that will be real tribute to our revered freedom fighters. During our freedom fighter’s time Britishers were our biggest and worst enemy but in today’s scenario corruption,poverty, environment problems and many more big issues are our worst enemies which we have to eradicate. When we remember our national heroes, their working policies it guides us in dealing present crisis.So it is very much relevant to celebrate our national festivals because it invokes the feeling of patriotism in the people of our country and inspire them to become soldier. Our heroes ideology leads us  on every step and inspire us to work towards its betterment and development and also gives  a sense of belonging and a responsibility towards our country. Many questions arise in our citizens mind like- Has India’s growth happened in real sense? India is independent in manufacturing and producing many technical and industrial goods. We can take pride in the space technology and development in this field. But growth of any country is this all about? all these growth  matter less until all the problems related to humanity is solved in real sense. Like this question arise in every citizen’s mind and live example of this is mushrooming NGOs in india which are crusaders of humanity. To encourage them and motivate them several awards are there for such crusader in  India. Do we really love our country? If it would have been true our news papers would not have been filled more than 50% with demotivating news. Whenever we celebrate independence day this question arise in every citizen’s mind and force them to do conscious efforts towards positive growth of our beloved country.Celebrating independence day don’t allow us to divert from our right path but encourage us to take up new resolution every year  for our motheland’s real growth. I feel proud to be Indian because our country has taught us that the meaning of life is not only to live but live with dignity, respect others rights and understand own duties and responsibilities.                                        JAI HIND !

BEAUTY LAND
 Mantri Pragada MARKANDEYULU  
 17 November 2018  

BEAUTY LAND

MANTRI MARKU'S GOOD QUOTES
 Mantri Pragada MARKANDEYULU  
 18 November 2018  

MANTRI MARKU'S GOOD QUOTES

Top 5 beaches To Visit in Maharashtra
 Sranjani Bnm  
 19 December 2018  

The famous Konkan Coast starts at theMaharashtra and extends up to Karnataka. The konkan coast has given Maharashtra with many scenic and clean beaches. These beach destinations at Maharashtra are filled with many exciting water sports, shows, locals markets and street foods. There are even many luxury resorts available near the beaches to have an amazing experience of the nature at its habitat. It’s an ideal location to have a perfect vacation with family and friends.The top 5 Beaches to Visit in Maharashtra are:Ganapatipule Beach –The beach is situated at the Konkan Coast which is at a distance of 375 km from Mumbai. The beach has clean water with white sand stretch. There are many shacks along the shoreline for a perfect nightlife and sea food. The shoreline of the beach is filled with many beautiful shells of different sizes and has a famous Ganapathi temple nearby. This temple is popularly known as the Pashchim Dvarpalak, which means the guard of the western end. You can also watch the snails and crabs along the shore and venture all the water spotrs, horse rides and camel rides.Tarkarli beach – This beach is popularly known as the queen of beaches in Sindhudurg.  It is located at a distance of 8 Km away from the Malvan town. This is a place where the Arabian Sea and the Karli River meet. The beach has clean water with green shoreline and palm trees. There are many must visit historical and pilgrim spots like Sindhudurg Fort, Dhamapur Dam, Malvan Marine Sanctuary and Shree Shivchhatrapati Temple near the Tarkarli beach. Tarkarli is famous for scuba diving. The other prominent water activities here are Snorkeling, Banana and Bumper Ride, Kayaking and Parasailing. You can also go for a House Boats ride and go for Dolphin Safari.Kashid beach – It is situated at the coast of Arabian Sea which is just at a distance of 125 km away from the Mumbai city. This beach is about 3km length and has a diverse landscape of sandy shoreline with trees, plants, cliffs and rocks. It is perfect place for all the nature lovers and it is apt for a calm, private and relaxed holiday. There are few shops, street foods, parking facility and two caves located at the shoreline of kashid beach. Bumper ride, banana rides, jet skies, parasailing, boating and Scuba diving are the famous water sports here.Alibaug beach – This beach is situated at the coast of the Arabian Sea at Maharashtra, which is at a distance of about 96 km from the Mumbai city. It is about 2km from the main spot of the city Alibaug and easily accessible by the public transports. The Alibaug beach is about 4km long and has a black sandy coastline with many small rocks. The Kolaba Fort is located near the shoreline of this beach. This beach is also famous for camping along the shoreline and party the entire night in an open door experience with cool breeze and bonfire. The famous water sports at this beach include Jet skiing, Banana boat ride, ATV sand bike ride and Zorbing.Harihareshwar beach – This is one of the prominent beaches of Maharashtra, situated at a distance of 200 km away from the Mumbai City. The beach stretches about 2.4 km long and has clean water and sandy shoreline with rocks. There is a famous temple located at the shoreline of this beach for Lord Shiva known as the Kalbhairav Shiva temple. There is rocky cliff next to the temple called as pradakshina marg. You can watch crabs along the shore line of this beach and there is a dolphin watching ride too. There are many local markets and street foods availed near this beach that serves yummy and hot sea foods like fishes and prawns. This beach is also an ideal destination for all the adventure seekers with many water activities like paragliding and water surfing. The other activities like swimming, boat rides, beach walking and beach volleyball are also famous here.

Under Cherry-Trees
 Dhwani Shah  
 21 February 2019  
Art

Under cherry-treessoup, the salad,fish and all . . .Seasoned with petalsVariety of food is like mind and petals represents consciousness.Remember well that you don't have one mind; you have multi-minds.Mind is a flux: river like, flowing, changing. Consciousness is eternal, one. It is not different in the morning and different in the evening. It is not different when you are born and different when you die. It is one and the same, eternal. Mind is a flux. A child has a childish mind, an old man has an old mind; but a child or an old man have the same consciousness, which is neither childish nor old. It cannot be.Mind moves in time and consciousness lives in timelessness. They are not one. But we are identified with the mind. We go on saying, insisting, 'My mind. I think this way. This is my thought. This is my ideology.' Because of this identification with the mind, you miss that which you really are.Dissolve these links with the mind. Remember that your minds are not your own. They have been given to you by others: your parents, your society, your university. They have been given to you. Throw them away. Remain with the simple consciousness that you are ¯ pure consciousness, innocent. This is how one moves from the mind to meditation. This is how one moves away from society, from the without to the within. This is how one moves from the man-made world, the maya, to the universal truth, the existence.

StoryMirror in conversation with author Shrestha Mukherjee
 StoryMirror Feed  
 28 February 2019  
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Q: Please give details about your initial education and forming years of lifeA: I have done B. Pharm and MBA from NMIMS, Mumbai, with almost three years of corporate experience.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?A: Writing was always my passion. The form of art which is closest to my heart. I stared writing poetry early 2017. The poets that inspired me and my poetry in Robert Frost and John Keats.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work?A: I feel the difficulty is managing time for writing. Creative writing needs time to develop. As Lisa See, an American writer and novelist says “Read a thousand books, and your words will flow like a river.”Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work?A: Present-day literary is innovative, personal and straight forward and beautiful in its own way. But personally, I love the charm of the classics like ‘DAFFODILS’ by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH or ‘THE ROAD NOT TAKEN’ by ROBERT FROST Q: Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers?A: Yes, I’m a blogger which helps in showcasing my work globally and get feedback and comments from the strangers across the globe are motivating me to keep writing. So yes, social media gives an opportunity to share my work as well as learn from others.Q: Please tell us something about your literary workA: I write poems and prose about love and life usually with ciphers, this is the writing style which I am learning and interested to grow with. I draw inspiration from nature, the books I read, places I visit and people in meet. Proses I usually characterize by the use of full sentences and paragraphs that tend to proceed uninterrupted in a linear fashion until they are complete to give description to develop concrete, complete ideas, aiming to leave the reader with his own interpretation of it. Whereas poetry, on the other hand, I write in nonlinear fashion, using fragments of thoughts, feelings, and images to convey a certain message to the readers aiming to generate feelings which I hold while writing. Like smiling together with the reader or crying with the pain that the poetry holds.Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? A: I started my journey initially with articles related to real life events or current events, which grew into short stories and novels. But I truly find myself now as a poet. I enjoy getting lost in time when I’m writing, liking living in a completely different universe.My poems are published in WordPress and StoryMirror. Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: Literary works serve as a food for thought and encourage imagination and creativity. Exposing oneself to good literary works, is equivalent to providing one with the finest of educational opportunities. On the other hand, the lack of exposure to good literature is equal to depriving oneself from the opportunity to grow. Literature allows you to understand and experience systems of living and other worlds. We get a view of the inside looking out, a personal view and insight into the minds and reasoning of someone else. We can learn, understand, and appreciate it; and that how society can grow. Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: In 5 years, I see myself to be a more matured writer with my few poetry books published. And to be growing in people’s heart.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: Develop a place where poets can share there works and get feedbacks from fellow like minded poets. This will not only give more opportunity to grow but also to learn from each other, like a writer’s club.Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers?A: Follow your heart, take risk, and have courage to take the road least traveled. Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror? A: It is a very good platform for both readers and writers. Writers get a platform to share their work and get recognition for it whereas readers get good content to read and learn. Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? A: Keep going strong. Wish you all the success as your success is your writers’ success. Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/4hkaj7vg/shrestha-mukherjee/poems

Chhaupadi:an inhuman practice
 Rajabala Tripathy  
 1 April 2019  

Chhaupadi (Nepali: छाउपडी )It is a social tradition associated with the menstrual taboo in the western part of Nepal. The tradition prohibits Hindu women from participating in normal family activities while menstruating, as they are considered "impure". The women are kept out of the house and have to live in a cattle shed or in a hut. This period of time lasts between ten and eleven days when an adolescent girl has her first period; thereafter, the duration is between four and seven days each month. As per the social custom, women who are unmarried have to stay six days in the hut, married women having both a son and a daughter have to stay five days, and women who have only daughters will have to live for seven days in the hut. During this time, women are forbidden to touch men or even to enter the courtyard of their own homes. They are barred from consuming milk, yogurt, butter, meat, and other nutritious foods, for fear they will forever pollute those goods. The women must survive on a diet of dry foods, salt, and rice. They cannot use warm blankets and are allowed only a small rug; most commonly, this is made of jute (also known as burlap). They are also restricted from going to school or performing daily functions like taking a bath. They are not even allowed to bathe from the tap, in wells or rivers during that period of time. In some villages, there are separate taps and wells for the women. They are completely barred from going near the temple; if a road is even linked to a temple, a menstruating woman has to choose a different path.This system comes from the superstition of impurity during the menstruation period. In this superstitious logic, if a menstruating woman touches a tree, it will never again bear fruit; if she consumes milk, the cow will not give any more milk; if she reads a book, Saraswati, the goddess of education, will become angry; if she touches a man, he will be sick. There is a strong belief among locals that if women are allowed to stay inside the home during their menstrual period it would bring misfortunes for members of family and the family members will fall sick. Male members of the family believe the custom must be followed to avoid any bad luck. Senior members of families and village elders are firm in this tradition, while the young, educated generation cannot gather the courage to challenge this custom.Reports indicate that more than 90 percent of women in Nepal’s far-western and mid-western districts follow the Chhaupadi tradition, whether due to social pressure or according to their own wishes. As they are compelled to sleep in poorly constructed and dirty huts, these women face health problems and other risks. Woman who live in the huts are always at risk of diarrhea, pneumonia, and respiratory diseases. While living in the isolated huts, they also face the danger of attack by wild animals, snake bite or even abuse and rape by their fellow villagers. Women have died while performing the practice, including two young women in late 2016 who died from smoke inhalation and "carbon monoxide poisoning" from lighting fires to heat the shelters during cold weather.Following pressure from rights activists, last year Nepal’s parliament enacted a law labeling Chhaupadi a criminal act. As per the new law, people who force their family members to live in sheds are subject to legal actions. Nepal’s Supreme Court had directed the government to make laws criminalizing Chhaupadi all the way back in 2005; it took more than a decade to formulate the laws. Now that the laws are in place, the challenge is in effective implementation. It is not easy to implement laws to prevent long- standing customs like Chhaupadi. In comparison to the past, there have been some changes in urban areas but such practices are still rampant in rural areas. In this region, it is very  difficult to change the mindset of even educated people. Local politicians and political parties can play a vital role in creating awareness at the local level about the harms of this custom. However, politicians are often reluctant to highlight this issue because they fear of losing the support of common people. Parliamentarians rarely raise such issues in the national parliament; instead they want to conceal such social issues. Some non-governmental organizations at the local level and some government agencies are creating awareness, asking people to shun Chhaupadi, but due to the lack of support and backing from politicians, their campaigns have not been effective.Source: Kamal Dev Bhattarai (Kathmandu-based writer and journalist)Rajabala

All You Need To Know About Rail Freight Transportation
 Galagali Multimedia  
 24 April 2019  

In the era of freight transportation, ocean and air shipping play a major role in the logistics industry, but there’s one more mode that is usually underestimated – rail.Rail freight transportation has experienced                                                                                                                     dormancy from the 1980’s. The logistics world is varying, and it feels like rail is making a major comeback these days. Latest technology as well as innovations is disrupting every industry and all transportation modes.There are different changes and shifts in the logistics industry that leads to new demands and the requirement to deploy various transportation modes. Issues in the industry, such as the increasing demand of capacity, gas emissions, and the aging generation of drivers are the vital issues most logistics professionals face. Opting rail transportation for the freight may probably solve some of these issues.Greener TransportationThe most common advantage of rail over trucking is being less destructive to the environment. Rail can hold a much higher volume of freight as well as goes through a solid route than other transportation methods. As well, automation and faster transit times, in general, cause fewer carbon emissions into the environment.Eventually, rail can be an immense logistics solution for the business. It is continuously developing into a better way to transport goods and is an eco-friendly and well-organized solution among other transportation methods for your freight.TechnologyLatest technology innovations in rail transportation are at the point of development. Automation, big data, driver-less trains, IoT and artificial intelligence are the new tools striking rail transportation. For instance, the automated system PTC is previously used by 83.2% of the required Class I route miles nationwide and will be completely active by 2020. Many hard works are driven towards eliminating human labor as well as human errors.SafetyThe Association of American Railroads states that, the rate of accidents on railroads lessened by 23% since 1980. There are continuously higher investments being made into rail infrastructure that are raising the safety and efficiency of rail transportation. Rail provides a higher safety level due to less human involvement and the absence of highway congestion. Different technologies are being applied to enhance safety, one of them being Positive Train Control (PTC) – an automated system that slows or halts the train in the case of possible accident or human error.

Top 10 things to do in Uttarakhand
 Sakshi Kaushik  
 6 May 2019  
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Uttarakhand is a jewel for travelers with a plethora of activities and fun things to do which will create everlasting vacation memories. That’s what travelling is all about. Here in Devbhoomi you will be able to experience a wide ranging set of fun activities from pilgrimages, yoga and meditation to trekking, camping and other adventure sports activities. You will never get bored once you are in this charming hill station of India. Planning a visit? Here are the top 15 things to do in Uttarakhand:Mountain bikingGoing cycling on the hilly terrain amidst some of the most thriving natural beauty is one of the best ways of exploring the real beauty of Uttarakhand. This is also a great way of discovering the culture, traditions and the humble lifestyle of the people on the hills while paddling your way through the mountain routes. Some paths that you can take for cycling include – the border of Corbett national park passing through kaladhungi which will bring you in close contact to the raw beauty of nature; terai jungle is another option where you can also witness the beauty of the scenic himalayas surrounding you; bhowali and khairna are other options tat you can choose to undertake. No matter where you go on your cycle it will be an exhilarating experience. 2. Skiing Skiing is another one of the most unique sport that you can experience here on the hills. During the winter snowfall season the entire the undulating terrain of Auli gets covered in snow. These hills are then utilized as a skiing location where people go to indulge in skiing activities. Thisis also one of the most popular winter vacation destination. During the summer season these hills blossoms to life with lush greenery and is used for camping purposes as bugyals. No matter when you want to visit Auli you will be having a great time there. 3. Chardham yatraUttarakhand is called devbhoomi for a reason. The entire state is steep historical and religious significance dating back to the era of gods. The sacred twin towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh along with being the birthplace of the holy Ganga river makes it even more important. It is also the abode of the holy char dham sites of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri which is visited by lakhs of devotees from all across the world to attain moksha. Visiting these char dham sites will not only be a holy time but will fill you with a great sense of spirituality which will be unmatched to anywhere else. 4. CampingCamping is one of the most sought after activities in Uttarachal region. What’s better than experiencing the beauty of nature than sleeping under the star lit sky and some deep peace. There are several rules and regulations regarding camping in the bugyals but it is all worth it. No matter which season you decide to go camping on the hills you will still have a lot of options to choose from, Shivpuri, dhanaulti, roopkund, dayarabugyal etc. it is also one of the finest ways of being a part of the serenity that the hills have to offer. The best part is that you can do this alone or with a group that organizes camping tours for Uttarakhand. 5. Visit to Valley of flowersSituated in the district of Chamoli is one of the most fascinating UNESCO world heritage site of valley of flowers. Ever since its discovery this charming place dotted with innumerable exotic flowers and plants has attracted tourists and travelers from all over the world to witness its charm. Your visit to Uttaranchal remains incomplete without your visit to this heaven on earth. Open for a couple of months this place displays a magnanimous collection of various plants species which only adds to the beauty. 6. Yoga Indulging in a rejuvenating yoga activity amongst the peaceful solitude of nature and by the softly flowing river is a great way of experiencing the true spirit of Uttarakhand. The state has been associated with being one of the most proactive destinations for yoga activities ever since the ancient era. Currently there are numerous places that have developed as the ideal place for yoga like – Rishikesh, Almora, Dehradun, Nainital, Haridwar etc. you will be surprised to see the number of foreigners who visit this place for Yoga. 7. Paragliding We all know the beauty of Uttarakhand is unmatched but with paragliding you will be able to witness this raw nature from a different perspective. Sail through the Himalayan airways and get the bird’s eye view of the lush greenery below and the snow capped mountain peaks around it. There will be trained experts who will take you on this thrilling adventure journey in the sky. Some of the most well known destinations for paragliding are – Ranikhet, Mukteshwar, Bhimtal, Pithoragarh. 8. TrekkingWalk your way through the undulating terrain of the hills and through the lush forest cover which will allow you to have one of most exciting times here. There are innumerable trekking trails for everyone interested in trekking from Beginners to experts. There is something for everyone looking to explore the hills in the most primeval forms. Get ready to witness some of the most breathtaking views of the Himalayas by going on the following trails – Gaumukh tapovan, Roopkund, Kedartal, Kuari paas, Pindari glacier, Auden col and so much more. 9. Tea estate tour Did you know that Uttarakhand is one of the places that produce some of the richest and finest qualities of tea in India. A visit to the famous Kausani tea estate will allow you to explore the soothing climate while sipping on some deliciously flavoured tea collection. Located on an elevation of 1800 metres above sea level this lush green cover is one of the most peaceful, serene and soothing destinations if you are looking to indulge in a unique holiday experience in Uttarakhand.10. Rafting Riding the Himalayan waters is a huge crowd puller for people looking to have a different and an adventurous experience during their vacation. River rafting will allow you to ride some of the most exciting rapids ranging from grade 1 to grade 4. Devbhoomi is a place that is well known all over india for its rafting activities especially in Shipuri near Rishikesh. People can choose for rafting on the various different tributaries of ganga like on alaknanda, Bhagirathi, tons etc. 

Can we convert the exhaust gas usefully ?
 Venkatesh R  
 9 May 2019  

How does the environment behave with exhaust gas in vehicles, if their temp is being reduced before exhaust?If the exhaust gas passes through a similar setup to that of the radiator, and then if it gets exhausted, with a lower temperature, the heat will be less and exhaust gas temp should be less and the water vapor effect may differ.probably with some design change, this can be achieved, this link the windmill one somewhat relates to what I am saying https://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geophysics/manufacture-water1.htmThis is more of a subject that is related to evaporation and fractional distillation. Where the liquids of different temperature, losses heat or based on the temperature they get settled in the columns. Given that, apart from sea, rivers, the major presence of water is combustion, where it is present as water vapor in the exhaust gas. Unlike the other experiments, where raw materials like hydrogen, oxygen will be used to form the cloud, so the water vapor which is one of the key factors for global warming can be put back into the water cycle. Hence the focus is to capture the water vapor from the readily available exhaust gas. We can imagine the earth as a huge fractional distillation column with varying temperature w.r.t. altitude, so the gases get settled at a different level. If the gases are cooled, their rise in the column gets affected there a good probability that clouds get formed at a lower altitude where absorption of sunlight and greenhouse effect gets reduced, because of both carbon and VPThe idea of separating the carbon and hydrogen can be done with a difference in temperature, given that carbon and water vapor has a difference in temperature. The idea of reducing the temperature of the exhaust gas can provide a probability of condensing or forming clouds at a lower altitude. The need is a better cooling system, with a coolant and air blast before the gas gets exhausted. The air captured can help in cooling the exhaust gas, though the fractional distillation of air is used to produce the industrial nitrogen and oxygen, still Water vapor and carbon dioxide are removed because they solidify at low temperatures, within the mixture of carbon dioxide and water vapor still there is a difference in temperature, that can serve to get separated at different level.Just an experiment, with the usage of coolant in thermodynamics lab, could help to study the behavior of these gases on the environment. Probable exhaust system, modified:Usage of diluted isopropyl alcohol before the gas being let offhttps://blog.gotopac.com/2017/05/15/why-is-70-isopropyl-alcohol-ipa-a-better-disinfectant-than-99-isopropanol-and-what-is-ipa-used-for/Most of the air-conditioning topics need to be used for this setup,ref: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onvokzYlRR0&ab_channel=LinwoodStarlinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2265UNflXT4&ab_channel=grayfurnacemanPsychrometry analysis needs to be done, the temperature from the normal exhaust gas and with modified air-cooled exhaust gas/coolant exhaust gas needs to be calculated. Some assumptions need to be considered as in Air-conditioning and refrigerators as well.Few questions to people who are researching :few clarifications, how far https://www.quora.com/How-much-water-is-formed-by-the-combustion-of-1-litre-of-petrol is correct, at least in theory this looks to be correct, and even if we consider the efficiency of the engine, if we assume if 20 or 10 % is what Vapor gets released, still it is an good amount of water given that so many vehicles are running around the city, and consuming a lot of gasoline.As per assumption, Open system is assumed to be a heat sink, which may not be true given that at one point heat can't be dissipated due to the greenhouse gases. Have you come across any paper on the effect of greenhouse gases w.r.t altitude? I mean how these gases react when the altitude is less. Air at higher altitude is dry, less of water vapor, but VP content would have raised because of global warming even in higher altitude, so if the temperature of this VP in the exhaust is reduced, there may be a possibility of reducing global warming effect and probability of changing them to cloud.In the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtMmgcZoTSA, what is the role of alcohol? Is there any other substitute for this especially for a hot exhaust gas? as it is flammable and if we use a diluted solution 70% rubbing alcohol will it help in some way?PV=nRTIf the pressure is reduced after opening the cap of the bottle, volume inc and water vapor changed to the cloud, ideally the same can be achieved as per my assumption by reducing temperature, do you think this is correct?Importance of radiator study in cooling:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256718727_A_review_on_air_flow_and_coolant_flow_circuit_in_vehicles'_cooling_systemWith a high speed, the motion we need to see how the air flows in the pipes, without creating the coolant pipes. Probably aerodynamics needs to be applied, more related to F1 cars.ref:Cloud formation in a bottle:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXpuo3YHOn0how many liters of water can be produced from petrol:https://www.quora.com/How-much-water-is-formed-by-the-combustion-of-1-litre-of-petrolCan water be produced by combustion, pros, and cons:https://chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/55664/why-dont-we-produce-water-from-combustionFractional distillation of air:http://www.dynamicscience.com.au/tester/solutions1/chemistry/gas/fractionaldistilationofair.htmhttp://www.minsocam.org/ammin/AM69/AM69_319.pdf

My solo trip to one of last village in Kasol Himachal.
 vishal saxena  
 12 May 2019  
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In the middle of the day, I was standing puzzled in the place known as Kasol. I had no idea how this place would be and what I would do alone there. The foreigners definitely were visible in the majority. Hebrew (Israel official language) was used in many restaurants along with English and Hindi.I usually don't eat before the bus travel, so I was hungry and decided to Visit holy Manikaran first (3 km uphill from Kasol). Manikaran has mesmerizing beauty. A grand Gurudwara besides the God Shiva temple on the bank of violent Parvati river. This place is also blessed with a hot spring. In this hot spring, delicious food of the Gurudwara is cooked. The gateway to Gurudwara led to a bridge to cross Parvati River and the hot spot for profile pictures.Right inside the Gurudwara, there is a pond of hot water from spring in which freezing water of Parvati is brought through a pipe and mixed. It is believed that if you take a bath in this pond all your skin disease will vanish. In the vicinity where water is mixed, the water temperature varies from hot to cold. So you can enjoy lukewarm water. I took the bathe and then I headed up to Langar food. This has been my first ever Gurudwara visit. I would skip the traditional beauty of Gurudwara. I had delicious food there. Most people miss they also serve sweet (Halwa) in form of Prasad upstairs. Never miss that. You can book your room in Gurudwara if you want to stay there. It's free. Free food and free stay make many foreigners crazy. Next, I visited the temple. Clicked some pictures.Here was a thing that no-one told me before. Manikaran is beautiful, but you can hardly spend 3-4 hours only not the entire stay. So I chose to go Kasol again.There are buses every 10 minutes, but I chose to hitchhike. Those two guys were high on weed like most people there. They asked me to take a puff.I said I don't drink and smoke.They said that there is nothing here for you then. They told me from here on, every place is Kasol, where you want to go?I was confused, this situation was never written on any blog. They dropped me at the market.I walked through the market, there was nothing new in that place. There were just ordinary hill station shops and few hotels. I felt cheated by the place and decided to go back.At the bus station while I was waiting for the bus. Some locals suggested me to go to Tosh or to Kheerganga trek. Since I had a healing leg and a luggage, so I was avoiding the difficult long trek. Then this guy appeared, he told me that he has a cafe on the top of Sheela village. It's an easy trek, and he showed me some pictures too.It was a risky choice this guy could be anything. But going back was not the best option either, so I said yes.The bus stopped near a small shop named Naina cafe. It was 4 pm already. As long as the Sun is visible mountains are mesmerizing, beautiful but once it sets they become scary. I wanted to make sure before it happened, I should be in a room. Just beside this cafe, the trek started it lasted around 1 hour going through some easy and rough terrain. Entire time the sound of Parvati River was just adding magic to the journey.I don't even remember when it was the last time when I witnessed the pattern of leaves.Or I danced to the music of water or screamed my heart out, or I wasonly physically exhausted. Facing the fear of death every moment, I only felt what it meant to be alive. It was the first time when I saw something beautiful and did not capture it because I knew no camera can capture what I was feeling while trekking. That's how beautiful little Sheela village trek was.It would be unfair to travellers if I try explain what I felt in words. It was in the true sense, the first night I ever spent in nature. Itwas magical from the Sunrise to the Sunset. It turned out that I was the first customer for that new homestay and their place was in construction. I chipped in my bit. There were a few guys who have left their jobs from metro cities and intended to live forever in this place. Obviously, they all were shouting 'Bum Bhole'. Later that turned out to be a problem that they all were so high when they slept, it was hard to wake them up. I and one more guy had to check out, but there was no one to receive payment. We called on their phone too. Even we left a message that we would pay online in whatever means they would say when they will wake up. Later, around after an hour when we were walking through the long route just to spend more time on this, they came to us and misbehaved.That 5 km walk from that place to last bus stop point, is the best part of my entire journey. Most people who go even further up during camping generally take a taxi to come back. That walk around the Sheela Village is beyond words, I came across places where adventure was the only mean to go ahead. It was scary in between when we realized we two guys were all alone walking through that place and it started to rain too but luckily it stopped.Walking through that unusual route I realized how beautiful life could be, how much we can do in a day. In our usual life we don’t even realize its value. Every day, every place is beautiful as long as you are not stuck there.

What to Do in the Masai Mara Safari??
 Galagali Multimedia  
 18 May 2019  

Going on the Kenya - Masai Mara safari should be on everybody’s bucket list. It’s such a cool experience and even better if you can do it without spending too much!Safari in the Masai MaraFor those who aren’t on a Kenya safari package, you can just do game drives by the day.Park entry charges for those staying outside the park is $80 per person for adults and $45 for kids. Generally, East Africa citizens pay 1200 ksh for adults and 300 ksh for kids.After that, you can rent the safari vehicle for the day, which can cost you from 15,000 ksh (approximately $145) for the complete day which includes driver/guide, water & fuel. The safari vehicles can accommodate up to 6 persons. So, if you are in a group, or you join one while you are there, it will be cheap for you!I think 2 days is a decent amount of to spend on Masai Mara safari, however, even if you only go for 1 complete day, you can still see many animals.Other Activities in the Masai MaraApart from Masai Mara safari, there are loads of other things you can do while staying at Masai MaraNature walk up Siana Hill for astonishing views all over the Masai Mara.You can pay a visit to Maasai village, including a visit to the school and an overnight stay if you want! This is unlike to any other Maasai village visit I’ve been on beforeYou can have dinner in Sekenani township (this is one of my highly suggested things to do while you are on Masai Marat trip).Drinks at Rex’s Place after dinner. Most of tourists will miss this place but it’s really amazing. You’ll either be seated inside the bar made of ridged iron, or sat outdoor around the fire with Maasai warriors, safari drivers & localsHorseback safari .Have meal in the bush.Hot air ballooning is a most beautiful (if expensive $450) way to experience the Masai Mara.Bush camping, a wonderful experience if you like to be right in the action.Go for sundowners (beers) with your safari guides.

How to Solve Sound and Audio Problems on HP Computer
 Daisy Mariah  
 21 May 2019  

In order to fix the sound or audio problems with your HP computing devices, you must try the below-given methods. For remote assistance, you can call the experts via HP support phone number.Step 1: Try the Microsoft solution:The Microsoft fix solution is an inbuilt tool that let you fix most of the troubles with MS devices.Step 2: perform a sound system reset:For performing the system sound reset follow the below given steps:Click twice on the Sound icon from the task-bar and then choose Mixer to show the all control option for your sound system.Go to Start menu and select Control panel. Now choose Hardware and Sound and then select SoundNow, from the sound tab, choose the option with the sound icon from Program and then click Test.Make sure the sound is audible through speakers.Step 3: Check the device volume and mute settings:Make sure you haven’t turned on the mute option on your device. There are separate sound options for external speakers, so make sure to set a moderate volume settings.In order to check the volume and mute settings, follow the below given steps:1. Click twice on the sound icon and then select Mixer. All the sound options should display2. If you cannot find the sound icon in the task-bar, you need to update the audio drivers. To find audio drivers for your device, go to official https://support.hp.com/us-en.3. Make sure the device’s settings are not set as mute.4. Drag the sliders to the maximum volume and then the sound again.For any help and support regarding the process given above, dial HP technical support number and get the instant help from the team of experts that is available 24/7.Our Recent Blog - HP Support