Friday, 26 August 2011

Anna Hazare

Kisan Baburao Hazare popularly known as Anna Hazare was born on jan 15,1940 in Bhingar a small village in Hingangaon near the city of Bhingar ,Maharashtra .He did his schooling from mumbai up to seventh standard, due to financial instability he was unable to continue the studies and start selling flowers at Daddar to support his family.He has six elder siblings

From the childhood Anna want to do something for the country.His life was inspired by patriotic of the country such as Rajguru,sukhdev,rani lakshmi bai etc.So he started his career in the Indian Army as a driver in 1963 ,after training at Aurangabad in Maharashtra . During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, Hazare was posted at the border in the Khem Karan sector. On 12 November 1965, the Pakistan Air Force launched air strikes on Indian bases, and all of Hazare's comrades were killed; he was the only survivor of that convoy. It was a close shave for Hazare as one bullet had passed by his head.During the mid-1970s, he again survived a road accident while driving. It was at that particular moment that Hazare took an oath to dedicate his life to the service of humanity, at the age of 38. He took voluntary retirement from the army in 1978.He was honorably discharged from the Indian Army after completing 12 years of service.During his tenure about five medals were apprised to Anna Hazare: Sainya Seva Medal, Nine Years Long Service Medal, Sangram Medal, 25th Independent Anniversary Medal, and Pashimi Star award.

Transformation of Ralegan Siddhi
In 1978 after a voluntary retirement from the Indian army, Hazare went to his native village Ralegan Siddhi, a village located in the acute drought-prone and rain-shadow zone of Parner Tehsil of Ahmadnagar district, in central Maharashtra. It was one of the many villages of India plagued by acute poverty, deprivation, a fragile ecosystem, neglect and hopelessness. Hazare made remarkable economic, social and community regeneration in Ralegan Siddhi. He reinforced the normative principles of human development – equity, efficiency, sustainability and people's participation and made Ralegan Siddhi an oasis of human-made regeneration in a human-made desert without any inputs of industrialisation and technology-oriented agriculture

This was revolutionary change in the village which he did
  • Prohibition on alcohol
  • Grain Bank
  • Watershed development programme
  • Milk production
  • Education
  • Removal of untouchability
  • Collective marriages
  • Gram Sabha

During his life time Anna made several protest and became succesfull to make word clear to the government
  • Anti-corruption protests in Maharashtra
  • Right to Information movement
  • Regulation of Transfers and Prevention of Delay in Discharge of Official Duties Act
  • Campaign against liquor from food grains
  • Jan Lokpal Bill
  • The most recent activism which Anna Hazare has started is Jan Lokpal Bill.He has done fast un to death from 16 august onwards The hunter strike was started in Ram lella Ground New delhi where thousands and thousands of people from all over the country join hands with Anna Hazare and perform peacefull protect against the Jan Lokpal bill

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Bhagwan Shri Krishan Birthday calebrated as JANMASHTAMI

Birth of Lord Krishna

Janmashtami is celebrated to welcome and enjoy Lord Krishna's birth. The birth of Lord Krishna took place when the various planets were in auspicious places. It is said that God chooses a particular time, as to when he will take birth as a human and the planetary systems are adjusted accordingly.

Auspicious Nakshatra (Constellation)
Around the time of Bhagwan Krishna's birth, Rohini Nakshatra was predominant as it is considered to be quite auspicious. This is so because it is under the supervision of Brahma, the creator of Universe. Sri Krishna was born in the month Of Sravana more than 5000 years ago.

Born in Dwapur Yug (Iron Age)
According to some scholars, Krishna was born on Wednesday,the eighth day of second fortnight in Sravana month in the year of Visvavasu around 3227 BC, also known as Dwapur Yug. July 19th 3228 BC to be more accurate. He lived for 125 years and disappeared on February 18th 3102 BC on the new moon night of Phalguna. His death was the onset of the current corrupt age known as Kaliyug.

Universal Happiness of all Forms of Life
From the time, Devki conceived Sri Krishna, she began to glow and exude divine light. The prison walls glowed with the aura of the new born infant. Atmosphere of peace and happiness prevailed all over, Forests were all green and full of trees with all kinds of beautiful flowers, rivers were all swollen due to joy, peacocks began to dance in sheer joy, people in all villages started being happy.

Objective of Krishna's Birth
The main objective of Lord Krishna's birth was to free Mother Earth from the wickedness of demons. Playing an important part in Mahabharata (legendary battle in Kurukshetra) and propagating the theory of bhakti and good karma were other important objectives.

Events Before The Birth of Sri Krishna
The people of Mathura were extremely unhappy with the wicked king Kansa who put his father, king Ugrasen in prison and declared himself the king of Mathura. It was to put an end to his evil ways and other demons that Lord Vishnu decided to take birth on Earth in human form. According to Akashvani (heavenly voice) at the wedding of his beloved sister Devki, Kansa got to know that the eighth child of his sister will take birth to kill him. So, in turn he rushed to kill his sister. Kansa gave up the idea of killing after being assured by Vasudev that he will handover all his children to him. He put them in Prison. Kansa killed all the six infants as soon as they were born. The seventh child (Balram) was saved due to divine intervention, when he was transferred from Devki's womb to that of Rohini's (other wife of Vasudev).

Events During the Birth of Lord Krishna
Lord Krishna was born in a prison cell in the captivity of King Kansa. He took birth in divine form with lotus like eyes,his palms bearing the signs of a lotus and discus. He had a swastika sign on his sole. Wearing a yellow colored silk cloth, adorned with precious diamond earrings and a crown made of emeralds. Soon after the birth, a chain of events astonished Vasudev,when he saw the gates of the cell flow open and all the guards fast asleep. He immediately thought of Nand ,his close friend in Gokul and decided to handover his child to him in order to save him from the clutch of Kansa.

River Yamuna Bows To The Feet of Sri Krishna
The night of birth was witnessed by heavy rains which led to River Yamuna being in floods. As soon as the feet of Lord immersed in the river, the flow became normal and Yamuna made way for the Lord. Sheshnag, the serpent formed an umbrella to save the new born baby from rain.

Exchange of the Babies
Vasudev kept his child next to fast asleep Yashoda and took the baby girl lying with him back to Mathura. The baby girl is believed to be the sister of Lord Vishnu.

Disappearance of The Divine Child
On hearing the news of birth of the eighth child of Devki and Vasudev, Kansa rushed to the prison-cell and lifted the baby girl to kill her despite pleadings from Devki. However, instead of hitting the stone, the child flew up in the air and announced that the annihilator of Kansa was born and in safe hands.

Krishna later grew in Gokul and finally killed his maternal uncle, King Kansa.

Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Think Pure India: Hard Talk About Career

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Monday, 8 August 2011

Water is the true essence of Life

  • Life is Originated where there is a water
  • Is is the most important substance in our evolution and daily lives.
  • We Can life without food and sunshine for a long time but not through water
  • If we don't drink water more than 7 days there is possibility we can die.
  • 65% of the human body weight is due to water.

Nutrients in Water

Calcium :keeps bones and teeth Healthy.
Magnesium :Maintains Normal Heart Beat.
Sodium :Help in muscle contraction and Blood regulation.
Pottasium :It's good for Heart and Nerves.
Selenium :Used to Cure Asthma , Joint Pains and acne.
Chromium :Protects DNA and Maintains Cholestrol levels.
Copper :It is good for immune and Nervous Syatem.
Zinc :Control Diabetes and help in Weight loss.
Fluoride :prevent tooth decay.
iodine :For Normal Functioning of the thyroid glands.
iron :Carries Oxygen to human blood Cells.

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Function of Water

Regulates Body Temperature.
Moistures Tissue Such as those in the mouth , eye and nose.
Lubricates Joints.
Protect Body Organs and tissue.
Helps Prevent Constipation.
Reduces Burden on the Kidney and the Liver by flushing out Waste.
Regulates Body Temperature
Regulates Body Temperature
Regulates Body Temperature
Help Dissolve Minerals and Other Nutrients to make them accessible to the body.
Carry Nutrients and Oxygen to the Cell.