Saharsa

Sep 14 2019, 16:16

सिविल कोर्ट में आज तृतीय लोक अदालत का आयोजन।
_Adalat

सहरसा सिविल कोर्ट में आज तृतीय लोक अदालत का आयोजन किया गया ।लोक अदालत में जिला जज के नेतृत्व में एक बैठक का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें डीएम, एस पी सहित कोर्ट के अन्य जज उपस्थित थे। बैठक के बाद जिला जज एवं डीएम, एस पी ने कैंप का निरीक्षण किया। लोगो से जुड़े समस्याओं को सुना। जिसमे बैंक से जुड़े मामले पुलिस से जुड़े मामले सहित कोर्ट में लंबित मामलो को निपटाने का निर्देश दिया।

Motihari

Sep 11 2019, 17:32

राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत को लेकर पीएलवी के द्वारा निकाली गयी प्रभात फेरी।
 _adalat



सुगौली प्रखण्ड के विभिन्न पंचायतों में बुधवार को पीएलवी श्री अवधेश कुमार गुप्ता के द्वारा राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत को लेकर प्रभातफेरी निकाली गई। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने डोर टू डोर घूम कर, लोगो को इस राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत में मिलने वाले लाभ के बारे में विस्तृत जानकारी दी। उन्होंने कहा कि जो भी लोग बैंक ऋण वसूली वाद, श्रम वाद, वैवाहिक वाद, विधुत वाद, मुकदमा पूर्व एवं लम्बित वाद का सुलह, निबटारा कराना चाहते हैं तो वे मोतिहारी कोर्ट स्थित लोक अदालत कार्यालय से सम्पर्क करें एवं इस लगने वाले राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत से लाभ उठायें। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने कहा कि सरकार एवं न्यायालय के द्वारा लोगो के कल्याण के लिये, यह कार्यक्रम चलाई जा रही हैं। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने लोगो से कहा कि आपलोग भी इस कार्यक्रम का लाभ उठायें एवं अपने पास पड़ोस के लोगो को भी लाभ लेने के लिए प्रेरित करें। इस प्रभातफेरी में चंदन झा, प्रमेन्द्र झा, रंजन ठाकुर, मदन गोपाल ठाकुर, हरीशचंद्र मिश्रा, गुड्डू मिश्रा, प्रवीण कुमार, मुन्ना सर्राफ, राजेश कुमार सहित अनेक लोगों ने भाग लिया।

Jobs_Info

May 24 2019, 15:24

RRB JE 2019 exam analysis (May 22): Moderate difficulty level; check expected cut-off, questions asked

RRB JE exam analysis: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started conducting the CBT-1 exam 2019 to fill for the post of Junior Engineer (JE) from May 22 and will go on till June 2, 2019. This first day of RRB JE 2019 stage 1 exam was very easy to moderate level of difficulty.

The cut-off is expected to be in the range of 60-65 out of 100 marks. There were four sections in this exam which are mentioned below.

Overall the mathematics section was easy as compared to previous year’s papers and most of the candidates could easily solve more than 23+ questions out of 30.

Reasoning section was moderate, some questions were time-consuming. Scoring 20 will be considered good.

RRB JE exam analysis: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started conducting the CBT-1 exam 2019 to fill for the post of Junior Engineer (JE) from May 22 and will go on till June 2, 2019. This first day of RRB JE 2019 stage 1 exam was very easy to moderate level of difficulty.

The cut-off is expected to be in the range of 60-65 out of 100 marks. There were four sections in this exam which are mentioned below.

Overall the mathematics section was easy as compared to previous year’s papers and most of the candidates could easily solve more than 23+ questions out of 30.

Reasoning section was moderate, some questions were time-consuming. Scoring 20 will be considered good.

A few examples of questions asked in the exam-
Asian Games 2018 was held in?
Indonesia
Who is the Chairman of ICC?
Shashank Manohar
CM of Odisha
Naveen Patnaik
First World Cup was held in?
England 1975
CM of Karnataka
HD Kumaraswamy
Which is the cleanest Railway Station in India?
South Central Railway
Oscar Award 2019 for Best actor
Rami Malek
CEO of ICICI Bank
Sandeep Bakshi
Latitude of Equator
0 degree
How many Lok Sabha seats in Punjab?
13

India

May 22 2019, 19:36

International Day Of Biodiversity

Biodiversity is defined as variety and variability in living organisms. From our immediate environment to the whole world, the flora and fauna are intensely diverse.

How many amazing varieties of lives we encounter in our life, from insects, to animals, to plants. Each ecosystem brings with it its own set of creatures, who are dependent on each other.

Every life is dependent on the other for its survival, and are part of the food chain. And, even if one life becomes extinct, then the whole food chain is affected.

Thus understanding of the Ecology of living creature, will help us to understand how vital it is to preserve the Biodiversity.

India has been a richly biodiverse civilization from ancient times, partly because of its diverse terrain. From the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south to the Thar Desert in North West, to peninsular plateau, India is a home to a variety of ecosystems.

Ecology and Biodiversity are integral to the ethos of this land.

This diversity is echoed in our Upanishad, which has the sloka, “Ekoham Bahushyam, meaning, “I am One. I shall become many.” Thus Divinity divided Himself into infinite lives, through the universe.

The concept of Biodiversity and food chain is beautifully depicted through Shiva Parivar, Shiva’s Family.

Shiva has Nandi, bull for his Vahana, vehicle and wears a snake. Parvathi has a lion, Ganesha has a mouse and Karthikeya a peacock.  In real world, the lion considers bull as its prey and the bull fears the lion. Similarly, snake preys on the mouse and a peacock preys on snake. Here we see that the family members of Shiva have Vahana that are by nature antagonistic to each other. This is symbolic of Biodiversity and food chain that are the very nature of Nature.

In the Mahabharata, Chapter-5, Sanjaya describes to Dhrtharashtra, the types of life, immobile and mobile.

India

Apr 21 2019, 06:41

अमित शाह और सनी देओल की हुई मुलाकात. अमृतसर से चुनाव लड़ने की चर्चा ने पकड़ा जोर
   
सनी देओल के पिता धर्मेंद्र भी 2004 के लोकसभा चुनाव में राजस्थान की बीकानेर सीट से चुनाव लड़े थे और जीत हासिल की थी. धर्मेंद्र ने भी बीजेपी की टिकट पर यह चुनाव जीता था.

नई दिल्ली: लोकसभा चुनाव 2019 (Lok Sabha Elections 2019) का सियासी रण अपने चरम पर हैं. राजनीतिक पार्टियों के स्टार प्रचारक पूरे देश में चुनाव प्रचार कर रहे हैं. इन सबके बीच बीजेपी अध्यक्ष अमित शाह ने शुक्रवार की शाम को अभिनेता सनी देओल से मुलाकात की. बताया जा रहा है कि पुणे एयरपोर्ट पर हुई यह मुलाकात 5 मिनट चली. न्यूज एजेंसी एएनआई के अनुसार, अमित शाह और सनी देओल के बीच यह मुलाकात एयरपोर्ट के लाउंज में हुई. 

बीजेपी अध्यक्ष शाह और अभिनेता सनी देओल की इस मुलाकात के बाद से राजनीतिक गलियारों में चर्चाओं ने जोर पकड़ना शुरू कर दिया है. ऐसा कहा जा रहा है कि बीजेपी अभिनेता सनी देओल को अमृतसर या चंडीगढ़ से चुनावी मैदान में उतार सकती है. हालांकि, इन बातों की अभी पुष्टि नहीं हो सकी है. लेकिन, कयास लगाए जा रहे हैं कि बीजेपी सनी देओल को पंजाब में एक बड़ा चेहरा बनाकर सामने ला सकती है. 

बता दें कि लोकसभा चुनाव 2019 में देओल परिवार से हेमा मालिनी उत्तर प्रदेश के मथुरा से चुनाव मैदान में हैं. हेमा मालिनी निवर्तमान लोकसभा सांसद हैं. वहीं, ही-मैन कहे जाने वाले अभिनेता धर्मेंद्र ने भी हेमा मालिनी के लिए चुनाव प्रचार किया था. हेमा मालिनी राज्यसभा सांसद भी रह चुकी हैं. वहीं, सनी देओल के पिता धर्मेंद्र भी 2004 के लोकसभा चुनाव में राजस्थान की बीकानेर सीट से चुनाव लड़े थे और जीत हासिल की थी. धर्मेंद्र ने भी बीजेपी की टिकट पर यह चुनाव जीता था.

India

Mar 14 2019, 20:17

Proving The Historicity Of Krishna

The people of this country never had any doubts about the historicity of Krishna until the colonial historians projected Krishna as a mythical figure cooked up by wonderful stories.

The story of Krishna is deeply embedded in the cultural fabric of India and the people of this land revere Him as a Divinity. The colonial hangover has however left a doubt on the historicity of this highly adored Divinity.

The science of Archaeo-Astronomy has enabled us to go beyond the boundaries of conventional archaeology in tracing the historicity of some well known personages of this land, such as Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavira and Shankara. Planetary configurations mentioned in the ancient scriptures pertaining to major events and personages connected, help us date events that happened around these personages, centuries and millennia ago, either manually or with more ease and accuracy, using Planetarium software.

As per the Purana, Lord Krishna was born around midnight. That night was the eight phase of the moon known as Ashtami Tithi. The moon was near Vrshabha, the bull, i.e the Taurus constellation that houses the star Rohini. The star Rohini is known as Aldeberan in modern astronomy. The month was Shravana, one of the 12 months in the Indian calendar.

These details are clearly mentioned in the 10thSkanda, 3rd chapter of the Bhagavata Purana. The relevant sloka is,

Shravana vada ashtami, Rohini Nakshtra, uditam Lagnam

This detail combined with details of sky configurations for events that happened around Krishna’s lifetimes, namely the Mahabharata, leads us to the exact birth date for Krishna.

Such a search leads us to 27th July, 3112 BCE as Krishna’s date of birth in the Gregorian Calendar.

In Indian tradition, Krishna’s birth is also called as “Sri Jayanthi”. The word “Jayanthi” has an interesting connotation in Indian Astronomy. Indian astronomers have accorded special names to lunar phases occurring at certain stars.

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     @India  The lunar phase occurring at Punarvasu star in Gemini constellation is called Jaya. The lunar phase occurring at Pushya star in the Gemini constellation is called Nasini. The lunar phase seen at Shravana star in the Capricorn zodiac is called Vijaya. Similarly, the phase of the moon occurring at Rohini star is called Jayanthi.
    
    Krishna’s birth which happened when the moon was at Rohini star is called SriJayanthi.
    
    Jayanthi also means celebrations and the word has thus come to be used to indicate birthday celebrations. Thus, the word “Jayanthi, over time, has also come to be used for the birthday celebrations of other great personages and we today celebrate Buddha Jayanthi, Mahaveer Jayanthi, Shankara Jayanthi, Shivaji Jayanthi, Gandhi Jayanthi, Ambedkar Jayanthi etc.
    
     “Jayanthi” became popular because of association with Krishna.
    
    Every year, for millennia, Indians have been celebrating Krishna’s birthday in the Shravana month, on Rohini Nakshatra, Krishna Paksha Ashtami (8th phase of the waning moon) based on these details in scriptures.
    
    It is the year of birth however, which has been the missing piece in common knowledge.
    
    Not only from Archaeo-astronomy, but also from a wholistic analysis of data across various disciplines, today we can conclude that Lord Krishna was born in 3112 BCE.
    
    So, this year, 2017 CE, makes it the 5129th year since His birth, Sri Jayanthi. Let us celebrate this 5129th birthday of Lord Krishna, keeping in mind that India’s most beloved Divinity was indeed also a historical figure who had walked this planet about 5100 years ago.
    
    While Divinity is a matter of faith, historicity is a matter of existence. With the unravelling of the dates for Krishna, what comes out for all to see is the beautiful blend of Divinity and Historicity in Krishna. One does not preclude the other.
    
     
Nawada

Jan 28 2019, 15:58

नवादा - नक्सलीयों की मुठभेड़ में मिले एक उर्दू में लिखे खोखे ISI से संबंध की आशंका पुलिस जांच हुआ तेज : (ASP Aalok) 

राकेश कुमार चंदन नवादा !

नवादा जिला रजौली थाना के रतनपुर के जंगलो में हुईं पुलिस और नक्सलीयों की मुठभेड़ में मिले एक उर्दू में लिखे खोखे से पुलिस बल के होश उड़ा दिया है | पुलिस की माने तो आइएसआइ से कनेक्शन की बात कही जा रही है | घटना स्थल से प्राप्त खोखे की पड़ताल जारी है | एएसपी अभियान कुमार आलोक ने मीडिया कर्मी से बातचीत में उक्त बातें बताए हैं | आपको बताते चले की मृत नक्सली की पहचान नालंदा ज़िला के इस्लामपुर थाना क्षेत्र के ख़गडी विगहा का निवासी दीना यादव का पुत्र चंदन कुमार के रूप में की गई है |

India

Oct 09 2018, 18:26

Shailaputri

During Navaratri, we invoke the divinities who are in Arupa state, to Rupa state, in the form of Shaila. This transformation of divinities into Rupa state, is represented by the form of Shailaputri.

Navaratri begins with the worship of Devi Shailaputri on its first night. Shaila means a mountain, a hill, a rock. This name is in reference to Devi’s incarnation as Parvati, the daughter of Himavana, the king of the Himalaya.

King Himavam is also known as Parvata Raja. Thus, since Devi in this form is the daughter of Parvata Raja, i.e. Parvata Kumari, she is known as Parvati.

On this earth, Shiva Tattva in His form as Shankara, has His Abode in the Himalayan range in Mount Kailash, Kailash Parvat.

As per the Puranic legends, Shiva in His Avirbhava form on this earth, Bhuloka chose the daughter of Parvata as His consort.

The name for Parvathi, His consort, comes from the word Parvath, meaning the great mountain.

Having chosen Her as His consort, Shiva made one of the main peaks in this Himalayan range, Kailash Parvat His abode on earth.

Kailash etymologically means touching the sky.

Similarly the two other popular abodes of Shiva too are in the Himalayan ranges, Kedarnath and Amarnath, all of which are at high altitudes. 

We speak about Kedarnath, and the calamity that struck the temple, in our article – “Himalayan Tsunami – Waiting to Happen. Happened – Why?”

More on this in our book, Understanding Shiva.

The mountain symbolized the highest peak of consciousness. When you are situated in this highest state of Consciousness, the Divinity in you is awakened.

Shaila also means a Rock. From this word, is derived the term Shila, meaning an idol. The word Shilpa, meaning decoration also has the same roots. Shilpi is the one who sculpts a Shila from a Shaila, and enhances the Shila through Shilpa Kala, the art of decoration.

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     @India  The whole universe consists of the Shila of Devi, and She is also the Shilpi who has sculpted the whole cosmos out of Herself, and has performed Shilpa to it through the countless forms that She has created.
    
    The names Shaila, Shila, Shilpa, Shailendra etc. have been part of the Indian tradition, from ancient times.
    
    Xuang Zang, also known as Hiuen Tsang, was a scholar from China, who visited India in 600 CE.
    
    From Huien Tsang’s records, we learn that, when he came to Nalanda in 630 CE, there were 10000 resident students there from India, Sri Lanka, Tibet, China, Japan, Korea, Sumatra and Java. There were 1510 teachers and 1500 workers within the campus and the Chancellor then was Sila Bhadra Maha Thera, who was a foremost Buddhist scholar.
             
    More on this in our book, Brand Bharat – Vol-5.
    
    In this Shaila form, Devi is shown as seated on a Vrshba, bull with a Trishul on one hand and a lotus on the other.
    
    In the Indian concept, there is a practice of attributing a Vahana, Vehicle for the various divinities.
    Thus Shiva, and Devi’s form as Shailaputri have a Bull as their Vahana.
    
    A bull is known in Samskrt as Rishabha and it is a Pashu. The translation for Pashu is animal. But Pashu is an encompassing term that includes all living beings or bodily forms.
    
    Brahman, the Divine Consciousness as a principle of the Universe can only be realized through subtler means and not in a physical or gross form.
    
    Thus Pashu or bodily forms are a stumbling block in the way towards realizing Shiva. Only when one is willing to go beyond the bodily level of understanding and hones the subtler senses, can one understand and realize Divinity.
    
    The word Rishabha can also refer to natural bodily forms that can move. When the body and mind are in unison and tuned to the subtle natural rhythm of the Universe, the person is said to be in a peaceful and calm state, which is one’s natural self.
     
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     @India  The whole universe consists of the Shila of Devi, and She is also the Shilpi who has sculpted the whole cosmos out of Herself, and has performed Shilpa to it through the countless forms that She has created.
    
    The names Shaila, Shila, Shilpa, Shailendra etc. have been part of the Indian tradition, from ancient times.
    
    Xuang Zang, also known as Hiuen Tsang, was a scholar from China, who visited India in 600 CE.
    
    From Huien Tsang’s records, we learn that, when he came to Nalanda in 630 CE, there were 10000 resident students there from India, Sri Lanka, Tibet, China, Japan, Korea, Sumatra and Java. There were 1510 teachers and 1500 workers within the campus and the Chancellor then was Sila Bhadra Maha Thera, who was a foremost Buddhist scholar.
             
    More on this in our book, Brand Bharat – Vol-5.
    
    In this Shaila form, Devi is shown as seated on a Vrshba, bull with a Trishul on one hand and a lotus on the other.
    
    In the Indian concept, there is a practice of attributing a Vahana, Vehicle for the various divinities.
    Thus Shiva, and Devi’s form as Shailaputri have a Bull as their Vahana.
    
    A bull is known in Samskrt as Rishabha and it is a Pashu. The translation for Pashu is animal. But Pashu is an encompassing term that includes all living beings or bodily forms.
    
    Brahman, the Divine Consciousness as a principle of the Universe can only be realized through subtler means and not in a physical or gross form.
    
    Thus Pashu or bodily forms are a stumbling block in the way towards realizing Shiva. Only when one is willing to go beyond the bodily level of understanding and hones the subtler senses, can one understand and realize Divinity.
    
    The word Rishabha can also refer to natural bodily forms that can move. When the body and mind are in unison and tuned to the subtle natural rhythm of the Universe, the person is said to be in a peaceful and calm state, which is one’s natural self.
     
India

Oct 07 2018, 12:01

 @India  Khar wants to speak about himself more, but says, he has to resist himself, as he wants to start the fight before the premature sunset due to the eclipse that was to start.

The description of the Solar Eclipse is given in the following texts as:

“When Khar moved with his army towards Rama for the battle, a red coloured evening appeared to be descending all over.”
- Ramayana 3.23.1

“The Sun was covered by a dark coloured disc that had red coloured corners.”
- Ramayana 3.23.3

 “Although it was daytime, it started appearing to be evening.”
- Ramayana 3.23.9

“The Sun was caught by Rahu because of which the Sun lost its glow and brightness.
Various animals and birds started making noises as if was dusk.”
- Ramayana 3.23.12

In the middle of his army, Khar was looking like Mars in the middle of the planets in the sky.”
- Valmiki Ramayana

The pointers we can draw from the above sloka are:

- Planets, visible to unaided eyes were from the East to West - Saturn, Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter.
- Mars was in the middle of this chain.
- Rarely, all the planets are in the day sky.
- Rarer is Mars in the middle of them.
- The occurrence of a solar eclipse at that time makes it absolutely unique.

These are some of the rarest of the rare astronomical events, which got recorded because of their uniqueness. Mars is rarely seen in the middle of a planetary alignment.

The Sky Chart shows the configuration at 2.00 p.m. with the Latitude/Longitude for Panchavati, Nasik, the place where Surpanaka’s nose was chopped off by Lakshmana.

The Sky chart shows that a Solar eclipse on 7th October 5077 BCE, did indeed reach maximum coverage at Panchavati at 15.10 hours tallying well with the literature. 

Ranchi

Sep 29 2018, 13:36

Lokmanthan10 वर्ष बाद हम दोगुना गति से प्रगति करेंगे: माधव राज

व्यवस्था अवलोकन विषय पर बोलते हुए माधव राज चितले ने कहा कि बगैर हम वित्त की दृष्टि से हम भारत को देखे तो हम आज 7 प्रतिशत अधिक गति से चल रहे है। 30 वर्ष में अगर हम वर्मन गति से चले तो तो यह प्रतिशत 8 प्रतिशत अधिक हो जाएगा। 10 वर्ष बाद हम दोगुना गति से प्रगति करेंगे। उन्होंने कहा कि आज की समस्या यह है कि आज जो प्रगति हम कर रहे है उसका संतुलन जरूरी है। सामाजिक दृष्टि से इन बातों का धयान रखना जरूरी है। आज हम गांव को देखने के तरीके को बदलने की जरूरत है।  
उन्होंने एक उदाहरण देते हुए कहा कि देवराम गोरे एक सामाजिक कार्यकरता ने पुणे के चिंतोली एक तालुका में कई बेहतर काम किये। आज गांव की स्थिति बेहतर है। लोगों में क्षमता है। और अगर एक बेहतर नेतृत्व की क्षमता मीले तो बेहतर कार्य हो सकता है। 
उन्होंने कहा कि आज बेहतर कार्य के प्रति लोगों को जागरूक करने की जरूरत है। अभी तक के परंपरागत सामाजिक और राजनीतिक व्यवस्था पर हम ठीके है। इसमें बदलाव लाने की जरूरत है। आज नई व्यवस्था को लागू करने की जरूरत है। बेहतर कार्य का विश्लेषण और उसका प्रचार प्रसार होना चाहिए। समाज को अब देखने की नई दृष्टि की जरूरत है। नई व्यवस्था और नई क्षमता की जरूरत अब देश को है। पब्लिक अफेयर्स के प्रति लोगों का रुझान बढ़ाने की जरूरत है। आज आवश्यकता बढ़ी है। सार्वजनिक व्यवहार को निभाने वाली नई पीढ़ी की जरूरत अब देश को है। वाद विवाद और संवाद में इन विषयों पर चर्चा करने की जरूरत है। इनमे हमे शिक्षण संस्थान को जोड़ने की जरूरत है। शासन की ओर से प्रयास किये जा रहे है लेकिन उन प्रयास को सामाजिक व्यवहार से जोड़ने की जरूरत है। अपने ताकत और कमी पर मंथन करने की जरूरत है। 
उन्होंने कहा कि हमे हर क्षेत्र के समस्या और वहां की क्षमता का मंथन किया जाए और फिर उन व्यवस्था को क्षेत्र में बढ़ाने की पहल की जानी चाहिए।

Saharsa

Sep 14 2019, 16:16

सिविल कोर्ट में आज तृतीय लोक अदालत का आयोजन।
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सहरसा सिविल कोर्ट में आज तृतीय लोक अदालत का आयोजन किया गया ।लोक अदालत में जिला जज के नेतृत्व में एक बैठक का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें डीएम, एस पी सहित कोर्ट के अन्य जज उपस्थित थे। बैठक के बाद जिला जज एवं डीएम, एस पी ने कैंप का निरीक्षण किया। लोगो से जुड़े समस्याओं को सुना। जिसमे बैंक से जुड़े मामले पुलिस से जुड़े मामले सहित कोर्ट में लंबित मामलो को निपटाने का निर्देश दिया।

Motihari

Sep 11 2019, 17:32

राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत को लेकर पीएलवी के द्वारा निकाली गयी प्रभात फेरी।
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सुगौली प्रखण्ड के विभिन्न पंचायतों में बुधवार को पीएलवी श्री अवधेश कुमार गुप्ता के द्वारा राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत को लेकर प्रभातफेरी निकाली गई। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने डोर टू डोर घूम कर, लोगो को इस राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत में मिलने वाले लाभ के बारे में विस्तृत जानकारी दी। उन्होंने कहा कि जो भी लोग बैंक ऋण वसूली वाद, श्रम वाद, वैवाहिक वाद, विधुत वाद, मुकदमा पूर्व एवं लम्बित वाद का सुलह, निबटारा कराना चाहते हैं तो वे मोतिहारी कोर्ट स्थित लोक अदालत कार्यालय से सम्पर्क करें एवं इस लगने वाले राष्ट्रीय लोक अदालत से लाभ उठायें। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने कहा कि सरकार एवं न्यायालय के द्वारा लोगो के कल्याण के लिये, यह कार्यक्रम चलाई जा रही हैं। पीएलवी श्री गुप्ता ने लोगो से कहा कि आपलोग भी इस कार्यक्रम का लाभ उठायें एवं अपने पास पड़ोस के लोगो को भी लाभ लेने के लिए प्रेरित करें। इस प्रभातफेरी में चंदन झा, प्रमेन्द्र झा, रंजन ठाकुर, मदन गोपाल ठाकुर, हरीशचंद्र मिश्रा, गुड्डू मिश्रा, प्रवीण कुमार, मुन्ना सर्राफ, राजेश कुमार सहित अनेक लोगों ने भाग लिया।

Jobs_Info

May 24 2019, 15:24

RRB JE 2019 exam analysis (May 22): Moderate difficulty level; check expected cut-off, questions asked

RRB JE exam analysis: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started conducting the CBT-1 exam 2019 to fill for the post of Junior Engineer (JE) from May 22 and will go on till June 2, 2019. This first day of RRB JE 2019 stage 1 exam was very easy to moderate level of difficulty.

The cut-off is expected to be in the range of 60-65 out of 100 marks. There were four sections in this exam which are mentioned below.

Overall the mathematics section was easy as compared to previous year’s papers and most of the candidates could easily solve more than 23+ questions out of 30.

Reasoning section was moderate, some questions were time-consuming. Scoring 20 will be considered good.

RRB JE exam analysis: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started conducting the CBT-1 exam 2019 to fill for the post of Junior Engineer (JE) from May 22 and will go on till June 2, 2019. This first day of RRB JE 2019 stage 1 exam was very easy to moderate level of difficulty.

The cut-off is expected to be in the range of 60-65 out of 100 marks. There were four sections in this exam which are mentioned below.

Overall the mathematics section was easy as compared to previous year’s papers and most of the candidates could easily solve more than 23+ questions out of 30.

Reasoning section was moderate, some questions were time-consuming. Scoring 20 will be considered good.

A few examples of questions asked in the exam-
Asian Games 2018 was held in?
Indonesia
Who is the Chairman of ICC?
Shashank Manohar
CM of Odisha
Naveen Patnaik
First World Cup was held in?
England 1975
CM of Karnataka
HD Kumaraswamy
Which is the cleanest Railway Station in India?
South Central Railway
Oscar Award 2019 for Best actor
Rami Malek
CEO of ICICI Bank
Sandeep Bakshi
Latitude of Equator
0 degree
How many Lok Sabha seats in Punjab?
13

India

May 22 2019, 19:36

International Day Of Biodiversity

Biodiversity is defined as variety and variability in living organisms. From our immediate environment to the whole world, the flora and fauna are intensely diverse.

How many amazing varieties of lives we encounter in our life, from insects, to animals, to plants. Each ecosystem brings with it its own set of creatures, who are dependent on each other.

Every life is dependent on the other for its survival, and are part of the food chain. And, even if one life becomes extinct, then the whole food chain is affected.

Thus understanding of the Ecology of living creature, will help us to understand how vital it is to preserve the Biodiversity.

India has been a richly biodiverse civilization from ancient times, partly because of its diverse terrain. From the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south to the Thar Desert in North West, to peninsular plateau, India is a home to a variety of ecosystems.

Ecology and Biodiversity are integral to the ethos of this land.

This diversity is echoed in our Upanishad, which has the sloka, “Ekoham Bahushyam, meaning, “I am One. I shall become many.” Thus Divinity divided Himself into infinite lives, through the universe.

The concept of Biodiversity and food chain is beautifully depicted through Shiva Parivar, Shiva’s Family.

Shiva has Nandi, bull for his Vahana, vehicle and wears a snake. Parvathi has a lion, Ganesha has a mouse and Karthikeya a peacock.  In real world, the lion considers bull as its prey and the bull fears the lion. Similarly, snake preys on the mouse and a peacock preys on snake. Here we see that the family members of Shiva have Vahana that are by nature antagonistic to each other. This is symbolic of Biodiversity and food chain that are the very nature of Nature.

In the Mahabharata, Chapter-5, Sanjaya describes to Dhrtharashtra, the types of life, immobile and mobile.

India

Apr 21 2019, 06:41

अमित शाह और सनी देओल की हुई मुलाकात. अमृतसर से चुनाव लड़ने की चर्चा ने पकड़ा जोर
   
सनी देओल के पिता धर्मेंद्र भी 2004 के लोकसभा चुनाव में राजस्थान की बीकानेर सीट से चुनाव लड़े थे और जीत हासिल की थी. धर्मेंद्र ने भी बीजेपी की टिकट पर यह चुनाव जीता था.

नई दिल्ली: लोकसभा चुनाव 2019 (Lok Sabha Elections 2019) का सियासी रण अपने चरम पर हैं. राजनीतिक पार्टियों के स्टार प्रचारक पूरे देश में चुनाव प्रचार कर रहे हैं. इन सबके बीच बीजेपी अध्यक्ष अमित शाह ने शुक्रवार की शाम को अभिनेता सनी देओल से मुलाकात की. बताया जा रहा है कि पुणे एयरपोर्ट पर हुई यह मुलाकात 5 मिनट चली. न्यूज एजेंसी एएनआई के अनुसार, अमित शाह और सनी देओल के बीच यह मुलाकात एयरपोर्ट के लाउंज में हुई. 

बीजेपी अध्यक्ष शाह और अभिनेता सनी देओल की इस मुलाकात के बाद से राजनीतिक गलियारों में चर्चाओं ने जोर पकड़ना शुरू कर दिया है. ऐसा कहा जा रहा है कि बीजेपी अभिनेता सनी देओल को अमृतसर या चंडीगढ़ से चुनावी मैदान में उतार सकती है. हालांकि, इन बातों की अभी पुष्टि नहीं हो सकी है. लेकिन, कयास लगाए जा रहे हैं कि बीजेपी सनी देओल को पंजाब में एक बड़ा चेहरा बनाकर सामने ला सकती है. 

बता दें कि लोकसभा चुनाव 2019 में देओल परिवार से हेमा मालिनी उत्तर प्रदेश के मथुरा से चुनाव मैदान में हैं. हेमा मालिनी निवर्तमान लोकसभा सांसद हैं. वहीं, ही-मैन कहे जाने वाले अभिनेता धर्मेंद्र ने भी हेमा मालिनी के लिए चुनाव प्रचार किया था. हेमा मालिनी राज्यसभा सांसद भी रह चुकी हैं. वहीं, सनी देओल के पिता धर्मेंद्र भी 2004 के लोकसभा चुनाव में राजस्थान की बीकानेर सीट से चुनाव लड़े थे और जीत हासिल की थी. धर्मेंद्र ने भी बीजेपी की टिकट पर यह चुनाव जीता था.

India

Mar 14 2019, 20:17

Proving The Historicity Of Krishna

The people of this country never had any doubts about the historicity of Krishna until the colonial historians projected Krishna as a mythical figure cooked up by wonderful stories.

The story of Krishna is deeply embedded in the cultural fabric of India and the people of this land revere Him as a Divinity. The colonial hangover has however left a doubt on the historicity of this highly adored Divinity.

The science of Archaeo-Astronomy has enabled us to go beyond the boundaries of conventional archaeology in tracing the historicity of some well known personages of this land, such as Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Mahavira and Shankara. Planetary configurations mentioned in the ancient scriptures pertaining to major events and personages connected, help us date events that happened around these personages, centuries and millennia ago, either manually or with more ease and accuracy, using Planetarium software.

As per the Purana, Lord Krishna was born around midnight. That night was the eight phase of the moon known as Ashtami Tithi. The moon was near Vrshabha, the bull, i.e the Taurus constellation that houses the star Rohini. The star Rohini is known as Aldeberan in modern astronomy. The month was Shravana, one of the 12 months in the Indian calendar.

These details are clearly mentioned in the 10thSkanda, 3rd chapter of the Bhagavata Purana. The relevant sloka is,

Shravana vada ashtami, Rohini Nakshtra, uditam Lagnam

This detail combined with details of sky configurations for events that happened around Krishna’s lifetimes, namely the Mahabharata, leads us to the exact birth date for Krishna.

Such a search leads us to 27th July, 3112 BCE as Krishna’s date of birth in the Gregorian Calendar.

In Indian tradition, Krishna’s birth is also called as “Sri Jayanthi”. The word “Jayanthi” has an interesting connotation in Indian Astronomy. Indian astronomers have accorded special names to lunar phases occurring at certain stars.

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     @India  The lunar phase occurring at Punarvasu star in Gemini constellation is called Jaya. The lunar phase occurring at Pushya star in the Gemini constellation is called Nasini. The lunar phase seen at Shravana star in the Capricorn zodiac is called Vijaya. Similarly, the phase of the moon occurring at Rohini star is called Jayanthi.
    
    Krishna’s birth which happened when the moon was at Rohini star is called SriJayanthi.
    
    Jayanthi also means celebrations and the word has thus come to be used to indicate birthday celebrations. Thus, the word “Jayanthi, over time, has also come to be used for the birthday celebrations of other great personages and we today celebrate Buddha Jayanthi, Mahaveer Jayanthi, Shankara Jayanthi, Shivaji Jayanthi, Gandhi Jayanthi, Ambedkar Jayanthi etc.
    
     “Jayanthi” became popular because of association with Krishna.
    
    Every year, for millennia, Indians have been celebrating Krishna’s birthday in the Shravana month, on Rohini Nakshatra, Krishna Paksha Ashtami (8th phase of the waning moon) based on these details in scriptures.
    
    It is the year of birth however, which has been the missing piece in common knowledge.
    
    Not only from Archaeo-astronomy, but also from a wholistic analysis of data across various disciplines, today we can conclude that Lord Krishna was born in 3112 BCE.
    
    So, this year, 2017 CE, makes it the 5129th year since His birth, Sri Jayanthi. Let us celebrate this 5129th birthday of Lord Krishna, keeping in mind that India’s most beloved Divinity was indeed also a historical figure who had walked this planet about 5100 years ago.
    
    While Divinity is a matter of faith, historicity is a matter of existence. With the unravelling of the dates for Krishna, what comes out for all to see is the beautiful blend of Divinity and Historicity in Krishna. One does not preclude the other.
    
     
Nawada

Jan 28 2019, 15:58

नवादा - नक्सलीयों की मुठभेड़ में मिले एक उर्दू में लिखे खोखे ISI से संबंध की आशंका पुलिस जांच हुआ तेज : (ASP Aalok) 

राकेश कुमार चंदन नवादा !

नवादा जिला रजौली थाना के रतनपुर के जंगलो में हुईं पुलिस और नक्सलीयों की मुठभेड़ में मिले एक उर्दू में लिखे खोखे से पुलिस बल के होश उड़ा दिया है | पुलिस की माने तो आइएसआइ से कनेक्शन की बात कही जा रही है | घटना स्थल से प्राप्त खोखे की पड़ताल जारी है | एएसपी अभियान कुमार आलोक ने मीडिया कर्मी से बातचीत में उक्त बातें बताए हैं | आपको बताते चले की मृत नक्सली की पहचान नालंदा ज़िला के इस्लामपुर थाना क्षेत्र के ख़गडी विगहा का निवासी दीना यादव का पुत्र चंदन कुमार के रूप में की गई है |

India

Oct 09 2018, 18:26

Shailaputri

During Navaratri, we invoke the divinities who are in Arupa state, to Rupa state, in the form of Shaila. This transformation of divinities into Rupa state, is represented by the form of Shailaputri.

Navaratri begins with the worship of Devi Shailaputri on its first night. Shaila means a mountain, a hill, a rock. This name is in reference to Devi’s incarnation as Parvati, the daughter of Himavana, the king of the Himalaya.

King Himavam is also known as Parvata Raja. Thus, since Devi in this form is the daughter of Parvata Raja, i.e. Parvata Kumari, she is known as Parvati.

On this earth, Shiva Tattva in His form as Shankara, has His Abode in the Himalayan range in Mount Kailash, Kailash Parvat.

As per the Puranic legends, Shiva in His Avirbhava form on this earth, Bhuloka chose the daughter of Parvata as His consort.

The name for Parvathi, His consort, comes from the word Parvath, meaning the great mountain.

Having chosen Her as His consort, Shiva made one of the main peaks in this Himalayan range, Kailash Parvat His abode on earth.

Kailash etymologically means touching the sky.

Similarly the two other popular abodes of Shiva too are in the Himalayan ranges, Kedarnath and Amarnath, all of which are at high altitudes. 

We speak about Kedarnath, and the calamity that struck the temple, in our article – “Himalayan Tsunami – Waiting to Happen. Happened – Why?”

More on this in our book, Understanding Shiva.

The mountain symbolized the highest peak of consciousness. When you are situated in this highest state of Consciousness, the Divinity in you is awakened.

Shaila also means a Rock. From this word, is derived the term Shila, meaning an idol. The word Shilpa, meaning decoration also has the same roots. Shilpi is the one who sculpts a Shila from a Shaila, and enhances the Shila through Shilpa Kala, the art of decoration.

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     @India  The whole universe consists of the Shila of Devi, and She is also the Shilpi who has sculpted the whole cosmos out of Herself, and has performed Shilpa to it through the countless forms that She has created.
    
    The names Shaila, Shila, Shilpa, Shailendra etc. have been part of the Indian tradition, from ancient times.
    
    Xuang Zang, also known as Hiuen Tsang, was a scholar from China, who visited India in 600 CE.
    
    From Huien Tsang’s records, we learn that, when he came to Nalanda in 630 CE, there were 10000 resident students there from India, Sri Lanka, Tibet, China, Japan, Korea, Sumatra and Java. There were 1510 teachers and 1500 workers within the campus and the Chancellor then was Sila Bhadra Maha Thera, who was a foremost Buddhist scholar.
             
    More on this in our book, Brand Bharat – Vol-5.
    
    In this Shaila form, Devi is shown as seated on a Vrshba, bull with a Trishul on one hand and a lotus on the other.
    
    In the Indian concept, there is a practice of attributing a Vahana, Vehicle for the various divinities.
    Thus Shiva, and Devi’s form as Shailaputri have a Bull as their Vahana.
    
    A bull is known in Samskrt as Rishabha and it is a Pashu. The translation for Pashu is animal. But Pashu is an encompassing term that includes all living beings or bodily forms.
    
    Brahman, the Divine Consciousness as a principle of the Universe can only be realized through subtler means and not in a physical or gross form.
    
    Thus Pashu or bodily forms are a stumbling block in the way towards realizing Shiva. Only when one is willing to go beyond the bodily level of understanding and hones the subtler senses, can one understand and realize Divinity.
    
    The word Rishabha can also refer to natural bodily forms that can move. When the body and mind are in unison and tuned to the subtle natural rhythm of the Universe, the person is said to be in a peaceful and calm state, which is one’s natural self.
     
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     @India  The whole universe consists of the Shila of Devi, and She is also the Shilpi who has sculpted the whole cosmos out of Herself, and has performed Shilpa to it through the countless forms that She has created.
    
    The names Shaila, Shila, Shilpa, Shailendra etc. have been part of the Indian tradition, from ancient times.
    
    Xuang Zang, also known as Hiuen Tsang, was a scholar from China, who visited India in 600 CE.
    
    From Huien Tsang’s records, we learn that, when he came to Nalanda in 630 CE, there were 10000 resident students there from India, Sri Lanka, Tibet, China, Japan, Korea, Sumatra and Java. There were 1510 teachers and 1500 workers within the campus and the Chancellor then was Sila Bhadra Maha Thera, who was a foremost Buddhist scholar.
             
    More on this in our book, Brand Bharat – Vol-5.
    
    In this Shaila form, Devi is shown as seated on a Vrshba, bull with a Trishul on one hand and a lotus on the other.
    
    In the Indian concept, there is a practice of attributing a Vahana, Vehicle for the various divinities.
    Thus Shiva, and Devi’s form as Shailaputri have a Bull as their Vahana.
    
    A bull is known in Samskrt as Rishabha and it is a Pashu. The translation for Pashu is animal. But Pashu is an encompassing term that includes all living beings or bodily forms.
    
    Brahman, the Divine Consciousness as a principle of the Universe can only be realized through subtler means and not in a physical or gross form.
    
    Thus Pashu or bodily forms are a stumbling block in the way towards realizing Shiva. Only when one is willing to go beyond the bodily level of understanding and hones the subtler senses, can one understand and realize Divinity.
    
    The word Rishabha can also refer to natural bodily forms that can move. When the body and mind are in unison and tuned to the subtle natural rhythm of the Universe, the person is said to be in a peaceful and calm state, which is one’s natural self.
     
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Oct 07 2018, 12:01

 @India  Khar wants to speak about himself more, but says, he has to resist himself, as he wants to start the fight before the premature sunset due to the eclipse that was to start.

The description of the Solar Eclipse is given in the following texts as:

“When Khar moved with his army towards Rama for the battle, a red coloured evening appeared to be descending all over.”
- Ramayana 3.23.1

“The Sun was covered by a dark coloured disc that had red coloured corners.”
- Ramayana 3.23.3

 “Although it was daytime, it started appearing to be evening.”
- Ramayana 3.23.9

“The Sun was caught by Rahu because of which the Sun lost its glow and brightness.
Various animals and birds started making noises as if was dusk.”
- Ramayana 3.23.12

In the middle of his army, Khar was looking like Mars in the middle of the planets in the sky.”
- Valmiki Ramayana

The pointers we can draw from the above sloka are:

- Planets, visible to unaided eyes were from the East to West - Saturn, Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter.
- Mars was in the middle of this chain.
- Rarely, all the planets are in the day sky.
- Rarer is Mars in the middle of them.
- The occurrence of a solar eclipse at that time makes it absolutely unique.

These are some of the rarest of the rare astronomical events, which got recorded because of their uniqueness. Mars is rarely seen in the middle of a planetary alignment.

The Sky Chart shows the configuration at 2.00 p.m. with the Latitude/Longitude for Panchavati, Nasik, the place where Surpanaka’s nose was chopped off by Lakshmana.

The Sky chart shows that a Solar eclipse on 7th October 5077 BCE, did indeed reach maximum coverage at Panchavati at 15.10 hours tallying well with the literature.