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rabindranath tagore is a famous poet in india

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रवीन्द्रनाथ टैगोर भारत में एक प्रसिद्ध कवि है

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now the leaves are falling fast is a famous

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अब पत्ते तेजी से गिर रहे हैं एक प्रसिद्ध है

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Amit is a name of a boy and its actual meaning is boundless. It is very popular in India among Hindu communities. Lucky number for this name is 9. Generally people with this name are altruistic, generous and passionate. They are little egotistical and self-centred.

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अमित एक लड़के का नाम है और इसके वास्तविक अर्थ असीम है। यह हिंदू समुदायों के बीच भारत में बहुत लोकप्रिय है। इस नाम के लिए भाग्यशाली संख्या है 9. आम तौर पर इस नाम के साथ लोगों को, परोपकारी उदार और भावुक हैं। वे थोड़ा घमंडी और आत्म केन्द्रित कर रहे हैं।

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mirabehnMadeleine Slade (Mirabehn) (22 November 1892 – 20 July 1982), daughter of the British Rear-Admiral Sir Edmond Slade, was a British woman who left her home in Britain to live and work with Mohandas Gandhi, the leader of the Indian independence movement. She devoted her life to human development, the advancement of Gandhi's principles and the freedom struggle in India. In doing so, Gandhi gave her the name Mirabehn, after Meera Bai, the great devotee of Lord Krishna.[citation needed] Contents [hide] 1 Early life 2 Life in India and role in the freedom struggle 3 Post-independence life in India 4 Books by Mirabehn 5 In popular culture 6 Bibliography 7 See also 8 References 9 External links Early life[edit] Mirabehn was born into an aristocratic British family in 1892. Her father, Sir Edmond Slade was an officer in the Royal Navy who was posted in her early years as the Commander-in-Chief of the East Indies Squadron, later becoming director of the Naval Intelligence Division.[1] She spent much of her childhood with her maternal grandfather who owned a large country estate and was from an early age a nature and animal lover.[2] The other great passion of the young Mirabehn was the music of Ludwig van Beethoven. She took to the piano and concerts and even went on to become a concert manager. In 1921 she even arranged for a German conductor to lead the London Symphony Orchestra in concerts featuring Beethoven and helped bring about an end to the British boycott of German musicians that followed the First World War.[1] She also visited Vienna and Germany to see the places where Beethoven had lived and composed his music and she read extensively on him. She read Romain Rolland's books on Beethoven and later sought and met with him at Villeneuve, where he was then living. During this meeting, Rolland mentioned about a new book of his called Mahatma Gandhi which she had not read then. Rolland described Gandhi as another Christ and as the greatest figure of the 20th century.[1][2] On her return to England she read Rolland's biography of Gandhi and the book convinced her to become a disciple of the Mahatma. She wrote to Gandhi asking him if she could become his disciple and live with him in Sabarmati Ashram. Gandhi replied, inviting her over but also warning her of the ascetic discipline of the Ashram's inmates.[3] Having made her decision, she went about training herself for all the demands of an ascetic's life in India including vegetarianism, spinning and teetotalism. That year in England, she subscribed to Young India and spent a part of her time in Paris reading the Bhagvad Gita and some of the Rigveda in French.[4] Life in India and role in the freedom struggle[edit] She arrived in Ahmedabad on 7 November 1925 where she was received by Mahadev Desai, Vallabhbhai Patel and Swami Anand. This was the beginning of her stay in India that lasted almost thirty-four years.[4] Mirabehn during her stay in India went to the Gurukul Kangri to learn Hindi. Thereafter she went to Bhagwat Bhakti Ashram of Rewari established by Swami Parmanand Maharaj to be blessed by him. She also wrote to Mahatma Gandhi about her experiences there in Bhagwat Bhakti Ashram.[citation needed] Mira Behn (extreme right) with Mahatama Gandhi at the Greenfield Mill, at Darwen, Lancashire Mirabehn's stay in India coincided with the zenith Gandhian phase of the freedom struggle. She accompanied Gandhi and others to the Round Table Conference in London in 1931. While on their way back from London, Mirabehn and Gandhi visited Rolland for a week and as they took his leave, Rolland gave her a book on Beethoven which he had written while she was in India. In 1960 as she began to read it, it convinced her to move to Austria and spend her remaining days in the land of Beethoven's music.[1] The resumption of the Non Cooperation Movement in 1931 saw her being imprisoned during 1932–33.[5] To plead India's case she also went abroad meeting, among others, David Lloyd George, General Smuts and Winston Churchill, and visited the United States, where she met Mrs. Roosevelt at the White House. Mirabehn also took an active interest in the establishment of the Sevagram Ashram and worked among the people of Orissa to resist any potential Japanese invasion non-violently in the beginning of 1942. She was arrested and detained with Gandhi in the Aga Khan Palace, Pune, from August 1942 to May 1944 where she saw Mahadev Desai and Kasturba Gandhi pass away. She was also a witness to the Simla Conference and the Cabinet Mission, the Interim Government and the Constituent Assembly, the Partition of India and the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.[citation needed] Post-independence life in India[edit] After her release from the Aga Khan Palace, with Gandhiji's permission, she established the Kisan Ashram at a site near Roorkee. The land was donated to her by the local villagers. After Independence, she established the Pashulok Ashram near Rishikesh and a settlement named Bapu Gram and the Gopal Ashram in Bhilangana in 1952.[4] She took to dairying and farming experiments in these ashrams and also spent a while in Kashmir. During the time she spent in Kumaon and Garhwal she observed the destruction of the forests there and the impact it was having on floods in the plains. She wrote about it in an essay titled Something Wrong in the Himalaya but her advice was ignored by the Forest Department. In the 1980s, these areas witnessed a large Gandhian environmental campaign to save the forests called the Chipko Movement.[6] She returned to England in 1959. In 1960, she relocated to Austria and spent twenty-two years in Vienna, where she died in 1982.[citation needed] She was awarded India's second highest civilian honour, the Padma Vibhushan in 1981.[citation needed] Books by Mirabehn[edit] Mirabehn's autobiography is titled The Spirit's Pilgrimage. She also published Bapu's Letters to Mira and New and Old Gleanings.[7][8] At the time of her death she had also left behind an unpublished biography of Beethoven, the Spirit of Beethoven.[9] In popular culture[edit] Actress Geraldine James portrayed her in Richard Attenborough's film, Gandhi, which premiered several months after Madeleine Slade's death in 1982.[citation needed] Sudhir Kakar's Mira and the Mahatma is a fictional account on the relationship between Gandhi and Madeleine as his disciple Mirabehn.[3] Bibliography[edit] Spirits Pilgrimage, by Mirabehn. Great River Books. 1984. ISBN 0-915556-13-8. New and old gleanings, by Mirabehn. Navajivan Pub. House. 1964. See also[edit] Gandhism Sarla Behn References[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b c d Lindley, Mark. "Mirabehn, Gandhi and Beethoven". Academia.edu. ^ Jump up to: a b Gupta, Krishna Murti. "Mira Behn: A friend of nature". ^ Jump up to: a b Singh, Khushwant (1 October 2005). "IN LOVE WITH THE MAHATMA". The Telegraph. ^ Jump up to: a b c "Associates of Mahatma Gandhi, Mirabehn". Jump up ^ "WOMEN AND INDIA'S INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT". Jump up ^ Langston, Nancy. "Significant Women in Forestry". Jump up ^ "Mira Behn, disciple of Mahatma Gandhi". indiavideo.org. Jump up ^ "Books by Mirabehn". amazon.com. Jump up ^ "The making of Mirabehn". The Hindu. 24 September 2000. Letters to Mirabehn, by Mahatma Gandhi. # Greenleaf Books. 1983. ISBN 0-934676-53-4. External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Madeleine Slade. Biography from mkgandhi.org In the company of Bapu: In the just-released Mira & the Mahatma, psychoanalyst Sudhir Kakar delves into the complex relationship between a remarkable Englishwoman and the man she worshiped – The Telegraph Video interview with Mirabehn. A description of the video is here. [show] v t e Mahatma Gandhi

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मीराबेन

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Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a Clean India drive and Mission launched as a national campaign by the Indian Government in order to covering the 4041 statutory towns aiming maintained cleanliness of streets, roads and infrastructure of the country. Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has officially launched this mission on 2nd of October (the birth anniversary of the Mahatma Gandhi) in 2014 at the Rajghat, New Delhi (cremation of Bapu). While launching the event Prime Minister himself had cleaned the road. It is the biggest cleanliness drive ever in India when approximately 3 million government employees including students from schools and colleges took part in the cleanliness activities. On the day of launch of the event PM himself has nominated the name of nine people to participate in the cleanliness drive in their own areas. Schools and colleges have participated in the event by organizing many cleanliness activities according to their own themes. Students of India participated in this event. PM had also requested to all those nine nominees to call another nine people separately to participate in this cleanliness drive as well as continue the chain of calling nine people by each and every participated candidate of the mission until the message reach to the every Indian in every corner of the country to make it a national mission. This mission aimed to join each and every Indian people from all walks of life by making the structure of branching of a tree. Swachh Bharat mission aimed to construct individual sanitary latrines for household purposes for the people living under poverty line, converting dry latrines into low-cost sanitary latrines, provide facility of hand pumping, safe and secure bathing, set up sanitary marts, construct drains, disposal of solid and liquid wastes, enhance health and education awareness, provide household and environmental sanitation facilities and many more. Earlier many awareness programmes (such as Total Sanitation Campaign, Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, etc) about the environmental sanitation and personal cleanliness were launched by the Indian government however could not be so effective to make India a clean India. The main objectives of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan are removing the trend of open defecation, changing insanitary toilets into pour flush toilets, removal of manual scavenging, proper disposal of solid and liquid wastes, bring behavioural changes among people, enhance awareness about sanitation, facilitating the participation of private sectors towards cleanliness facilities. First nine nominated people by the PM of this abhiyan are Salman Khan, Anil Ambani, Kamal Hassan, comedian Kapil Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, Baba Ramdev, Sachin Tendulkar, Shashi Tharoor and team of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah (a most famous TV series). Indian film actor Aamir Khan was invited to come on the date of launching of the mission. There are various brand ambassadors who have been chosen by the PM to initiate and promote the abhiyan of Swachh Bharat in various fields. He had also nominated some other people (Akhilesh Yadav, Swami Rambhadracharya, Mohammad Kaif, Manoj Tiwari, Deviprasad Dwivedi, Manu Sharma, Kailash Kher, Raju Srivastava, Suresh Raina) on 8th of November in 2014 and (Sourav Ganguly, Kiran Bedi, Padmanabha Acharya, Sonal Mansingh, Ramoji Rao, etc) on 25th of December in 2014. Other programmes like Swachh Bharat Run, Swachh Bharat apps, Real-time monitoring system, Swachh Bharat short film, Swachh Bharat Nepal – Swasth Bharat Nepal Abhiyan and so many has been initiated an implemented to actively support the purpose of the mission. In order to continue and make this campaign successful, Finance Ministry of India has started a programme named Swachh Bharat cess. According to this, everyone has to pay .5% more service tax on all the services in India (50 paise per 100 rupees) which will go to this cleanliness campaign.

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swach भारत swach अभियान में पंजाबी पर निबंध

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Importance of Sanskrit Language On September 16, 2013 By Vivek Murarka Category: Important India Sanskrit Language has been the most important medium in lending continuity to Indian civilization. In its heyday it was spoken and used in all regions of India including the Dravidian south. While Tamil has maintained a more or less independent literary tradition, all other languages in India have taken freely from Sanskrit vocabulary and their literature is permeated with the Sanskrit heritage. Sanskrit is perhaps the oldest language in the world to be recorded. Classical Sanskrit which developed from the Vedic held sway from about 500 BC to about 1000 AD. In Independent India it is listed among the languages of the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution though it is not the official language of any state. The hymns of the Rig Veda are the seeds of Sanskrit literature. Orally handed down for long, these hymns not only served the purpose of religion but also as a common literary standard for the Aryan groups in India. After 1000 BC there developed an extensive prose literature devoted to ritual matters-the Brahamanas; but in these too there are examples of story-telling, terse and abrupt in style. The next milestone in the history of Sanskrit is the Grammar of Panini—the Ashtadhyayi. The form of the Sanskrit language as described by him became accepted universally and was fixed for all time. Probably, around the time Panini was codifying the Sanskrit language, the practice of writing began. In the field of secular literature Sanskrit epic poetry (mahakavya) was the next most important development. The story of the Mahabharata was handed down orally for at least a thousand years after the battle it celebrates before becoming relatively fixed in writing. Dvaipayana or Vyasa is recorded first to have sung of this fearsome struggle of his own time. Vaisampayana later elaborated the epic; Lomaharsana and Ugrasravas are supposed to have recited the complete Mahabharata which scholars call itihasa. The story of the battle of eighteen days between the Kauravas and the Pandavas on the battle¬field of Kurukshetra and the victory of the righteous was probably composed in the epic form not earlier than about 100 BC. The Ramayana traditionally ascribed to Valmiki whom Bhavabhuti and others call the ‘first kavi’, is considered to have been composed around the first century BC. On the face of it, it is the story of the adventures of Rama, but involved in this story are unforgettable conflicts of human passions. Asvaghosa’s (first century AD) are the earliest epics now available to show the full-fledged kavya technique. His Buddhacharita and Saundarananda present the Bud¬dhist philosophy of the shallowness of the world through the delights of poetry—the ornament of language and meaning. Later, in the fifth century AD, came Kalidasa with his Kumarasambhava which gives the story of the origin of Kartikeya, son of Shiva and Raghuvamsa, a portrait gallery of the kings of Rama’s line, illustrating the four ends, virtue, wealth, pleasure and release, pursued by different rulers. To the sixth century belongs Bharavi whose epic Kiratarjuniya presents a short episode from the Mahabharata as a complete whole. Rich description and brilliant characterization are matched by a heroic narrative style. Sanskrit literature shows a wide variety of forms and types. The dramatic literature has been dealt with in detail in the chapter on Drama. The katha tradition is exemplified in the Panchatantra, apparently written in the fourth century AD by Vishnusharman whose country was the Vakataka Empire (in the Deccan). Bana’s Kadambari (7th century AD) is a novel about the timidities and missed opportunities of youth leading to tragedy. In the eleventh century we have Goddhala’s Udayasundari, a campu (romantic) novel. The critic King Bhoja’s Srinagaramanjari is an entertaining ‘illustrating novel’ on the various types love. Somadeva’s Kathasaritsagara is a huge collection stories skillfully narrated. Kshemendra’s illustrating novels are bitter satires on corrupt bureaucracies and deceit and vice. Some of his works are Kalavilasa, Darpadalana and Desopadesa. The use of Sanskrit prose for scientific, technical and philosophical purposes is first exemplified by Patanjali’s, a commentary on Katyayana’s Vartikas on Panini’s grammar. After this time, and during the early centuries of the Christian era, much technical and scientific literature came into being, Aryabhata and Bhaskara wrote on mathematics and astronomy, Charaka and Susruta on medicine, Kautilya on politics and administration. Literary criticism is another field in which Sanskrit literature is rich. The oldest work of Indian literary criticism is Bharata’s Natya Shastra. Bhamaha (5th century AD) is the earliest individual critic whose work available; he sets out the genres as drama, epic, lyric, prose biography and (usually prose) novel besides discussing literary expression and what makes it beautiful. Dandin (7th century AD) adds to the genres campus or narration in mixed prose and verse, which became quite popular 1ater. Vemana, Rudrata, Anandavardhana, Kuntaka, Udbhata, Lollata and Dhananjaya are just some well-known critics who have analyzed and enriched the world of literary concepts. Bhoja (11th century) is one of the greats among Indian critics, giving us the largest number of references and quotations and showing a fine taste in selection and comment. The tradition of Sanskrit literature continued strongly and the number of Sanskrit works composed and preserved during the medieval period is also considerable. Rajasthan, Orissa as well as the South continued the Sanskrit literary tradition. Some names of note are Arnarachandra, Someswara, Balachandra, Vastupala, Princess Ganga, Ahobala, Dindima, and Gopala. The Kerala king Manaveda wrote the play Krishnagiti which is the prototype of Kathakali but with songs in Sanskrit. There were also satirical monologues and comedies, some of the famous writers being Nilakantha and Venkatadhvarin. The period of British rule exercised an unfavorable influence on Sanskrit. In spite of the appearance of English and the increasing use of modern Indian languages, however, literary composition in Sanskrit has continued on a moderate scale down to the present time. An important use to which the Sanskrit language is put at present is as a source of vocabulary for the modern languages. Sanskrit is able to provide on a large scale new technical terms which the modern languages are unable to find in their own resources.

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संस्कृत के महत्व पर संस्कृत निबंध

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World Yoga Day International day of yoga is also called as the world yoga day. United Nations General Assembly has declared 21st of June as an International Yoga Day on 11th of December in 2014. Yoga in India is considered to be around 5,000 year old mental, physical and spiritual practice. Yoga was originated in India in ancient time when people were used of meditation to transform their body and mind. Launching a particular date of practicing yoga all across the world and celebrating as yoga day was initiated by the Indian Prime Minister to the United Nations General Assembly. Yoga is very necessary and beneficial for all human being if it is practiced by all on daily basis in the early morning. Official name of this day is UN International Yoga Day and also called as Yoga Day. It is a worldwide event celebrated by the people of all countries through practicing yoga, meditation, debates, meetings, discussions, variety of cultural performances, etc. International Day of Yoga 2015 (World Yoga Day) World Yoga Day or International Day of Yoga was celebrated by the people throughout the world first time on 21st of June in 2015, at Sunday. History of World Yoga Day Celebrating yoga day all over the world as World Yoga Day or International Day of Yoga on 21st of June every year was declared by the United Nations General Assembly on 11th of December in 2014. The declaration was done after the call by the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to the United Nations General Assembly on 27th of September in 2014 during his address to the UN General Assembly. He call the United Nations General Assembly for adopting 21st of June as an International Yoga Day to get all the benefits of yoga for the people all around the world. Narendra Modi has said during his address to the UN General Assembly that “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help us deal with climate change. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day.” The declaration of International Day of Yoga is the great moment for the India in the history. It took less than three months to be declared as the World Yoga Day by the United Nations General Assembly. Narendra Modi had called for it on 27th of September in 2014 which was finally declared on 11th of December in 2014. It was first ever in the history that the initiative of any country has been proposed and implemented in the UN body within 90 days. This resolution has been adopted under the Global Health and Foreign Policy by the General Assembly in order to provide a holistic approach to the people worldwide for their health and well-being. In order to create a great level of consciousness and positively changing the lifestyle of worldwide human population Indian PM, Mr. Narendra Modi has put his views for adopting a day especially for yoga while address to the United Nations General Assembly. He asked to the world leaders for adopting international Yoga day to deal with the declining health because of negative climate changes. Especially, he suggested 21st of June for adopting the International Day of Yoga as this day is the longest day in Northern Hemisphere regions as well as of great significance for people in many parts of the world. World Yoga Day Celebration The celebration of the event International day of yoga is supported by various global leaders. It is celebrated by the people of more than 170 countries including USA, China, Canada, etc. It is celebrated on international level by organizing the activities like yoga training campus, yoga competitions and so many activities to enhance the awareness about yoga benefits among common public all over the world. It is celebrated to let people know that regular yoga practice lead to the better mental, physical and intellectual health. It positively changes the lifestyle of the people and increase the level of well-being. All members, observer states, United Nations system organizations, other international organizations, regional organizations, civil society, governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, and individuals get together to celebrate the International Day of Yoga in suitable manner according to the national priorities to raise the awareness about yoga. Objectives of World Yoga Day International Day of Yoga has been adopted to fulfill the following objectives: To let people know the amazing and natural benefits of yoga. To connect people to the nature by practicing yoga. To make people get used of meditation through yoga. To draw attention of people worldwide towards the holistic benefits of yoga. To reduce the rate of health challenging diseases all over the world. To bring communities much close together to spend a day for health from busy schedule. To enhance growth, development and spread peace all through the world. To help people in their bad situations themselves by getting relief from stress through yoga. To strengthen the global coordination among people through yoga. To make people aware of physical and mental diseases and its solutions through practicing yoga. To protect unhealthy practices and promote and respect the good practices to make health better. To let people know their rights of good health and healthy life style to completely enjoy the highest standard of physical and mental health. To link between protection of health and sustainable health development. To get win over all the health challenges through regular yoga practice. To promote better metal and physical health of people through yoga practice.

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अनुवाद पर सही व्याकरण

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Deer , Indian AnimalThe Indian Deer is a member of the Cervidae family and is the most beautiful animal species on earth. The male deer in India is a called stags, harts, bucks or bulls that depends on the species to which they belong. The female deer is called does or hinds. There are nearly thirty-four species of deer. The Axis Deer is also known as Chital Deer or Spotted Deer and belongs to the Indian subcontinent. It is the most widespread deer species available in India. The Brow Antlered Deer is also called Eld's Deer, Sangai Deer and Thamin Deer and even Dancing Deer. This deer lives for nearly three years and there are three subspecies of this deer. The Hog Deer is found in the northern parts of India. The Muntjac Deer is extremely docile and they are also called Kakad Deer or the Barking Deer. Their call is very similar to that of a barking dog and therefore they are named so. The Musk Deer is one of the endangered deer species in India and all over the world. The Sambar Deer is dark brown in colour and can be distinguished from the chestnut marks on the rump as well as the lower parts of the body. These deer are known for their beautiful manes. The adult Sambar Deer can weigh as much as three hundred kilograms. They are not spotted from birth and they develop these gradually after birth. c The Swamp Deer is known as Barasingha and is one of the rare deer species in the Indian subcontinent as well as in the world. They can only be seen in the protected sanctuaries. It is called Barasingha because of its large antlers. essay about-deer

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निबंध के बारे में-हिरण

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Guru Nanak Gurpurab also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav and Guru Nanak Jayanti, celebrates the birth of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak.[2] This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism.[3] Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak's philosophy also celebrate this festival. The festivities in the Sikh religion revolve around the anniversaries of the 10 Sikh Gurus. These Gurus were responsible for shaping the beliefs of the Sikhs. Their birthdays, known as Gurpurab (or Gurpurb), are occasions for celebration and prayer among the Sikhs. Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was born on April 15, 1469[2] in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi in the present Shekhupura District of Pakistan, now Nankana Sahib.[4] His birth is celebrated on Kartik Poornima, the full moon day in the month of Kartik. In the Gregorian Calendar, the celebration usually falls in the month of November, but its date varies from year to year, based on the traditional dates of the Indian calendar.[5] It is a Gazetted holiday in India.

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हिंदी में gurpurab पर निबंध

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SABIC LAUNCHES EYE CARE CAMPAIGN TO BENEFIT 10,000 LESS PRIVILEGED SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH SUPPORT FROM GURGAON DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION Gurgaon, India, August 12, 2015 – SABIC, a top ranking global petrochemicals company , and its NGO partner, Arunodaya Charitable Trust, have joined hands to undertake an extensive eye care campaign for screening 10,000 less privileged students of government schools in Gurgaon-National Capital Region (NCR), India. Through its ‘They See, They Learn’ eye care program, SABIC will offer eye check-up of school children in the age group of 6 to 18 years to identify vision-related problems and provide free corrective spectacles to them. SABIC is already providing vision screening and corrective support to nearly 25,000 children through a similar project in Delhi (NCR). Speaking on the occasion, Janardhanan Ramanujalu, Vice President, SABIC South Asia & ANZ, said, ”Through this eye care initiative, we aim to facilitate better learning environment for students as vision related problems in less privileged children often go unnoticed and impact their learning abilities. With our prior experience of providing vision care through eye screening of nearly 25,000 children in Delhi (NCR), we look forward to extending our efforts to another 10,000 children in Gurgaon. We are especially thankful to the Gurgaon Deputy Commissioner’s office for facilitating expeditious approvals for this project and fully supporting this initiative.” T.L. Satyaprakash, IAS Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon, who graced the occasion, said, “We appreciate SABIC’s initiative towards addressing the vision care issue amongst children from less privileged backgrounds. Vision care is an important aspect of health which directly affects the academic performance of children. Mr. Vinay Pratap Singh, IAS Addl. Deputy Commissioner commented, “We thank SABIC for taking the initiative to support education by addressing eye-care as an important facet of the learning process among children. We hope that many more corporates will come forward to support such initiatives for less privileged schoolchildren.” Dr.Sethi, Arunodaya Deseret Eye Hospital, a unit of Arunodaya Charitable Trust, said, “Vision care is a serious problem in India which often gets neglected due to lack of awareness. We appreciate that SABIC has come forward and taken up this critical issue. We are happy to leverage SABIC’s experience in this area and support the cause of Literacy and Healthcare to economically backward children in schools in Gurgaon.” SABIC’s various other successful CSR activities include the restoration of Lake and sponsorship of a community hall in Hosahalli village near Bengaluru, Blood donation drives, eye care camps, tree plantation drives and school restructuring/restoration etc.

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सैबिक ने गुड़गांव जिला प्रशासन के सहयोग से कम सुविधा संपन्न 10,000 स्कूली बच्चों के लाभ के लिए आंखों की देखभाल के अभियान की शुरुआत की गुड़गांव, भारत, 12 अगस्त 2015 – शिखर की अंतरराष्ट्रीय पेट्रोकेमिकल कंपनियों में से एक, सैबिक और इसके एनजीओ साझेदार, अरुणोदय चैरीटेबल ट्रस्ट ने मिलकर आंखों की देखभाल के एक सघन अभियान की शुरुआत की तैयारियां की हैं। इसके तहत राष्ट्रीय राजधानी क्षेत्र (एनसीआर) गुड़गांव, भारत के सरकारी स्कूलों में पढ़ने वाले कम सुविधासंपन्न बच्चों की आंखों की जांच और दखभाल के लिए सघन अभियान की शुरुआत की जाएगी। आंखों की देखभाल के अपने कार्यक्रम ‘दे सी, दे लर्न’ के जरिए सैबिक स्कूली बच्चों की आंखों की जांच की पेशकश करेगा। ये बच्चे 6 से 18 साल के आयुवर्ग के होंगे और इस अभियान के जरिए इनकी दृष्टि संबंधी समस्याओं की पहचान की जाएगी और सुधार के लिए उन्हें चश्मे मुफ्त दिए जाएंगे। सैबिक दिल्ली (एनसीआर) में अपनी ऐसी ही एक परियोजना के जरिए दृष्टि जांच और सुधार में सहायता के लिए काम कर रहा है और इसका लक्ष्य करीब 25,000 बच्चों की जांच का है इस मौके पर अपने विचार रखते हुए सैबिक के दक्षिण एशिया और एएनजेड के वाइस प्रेसिडेंट जनार्धनन रामनुजलु ने कहा, ”आंखो की देखभाल की इस पहल के जरिए हमारा लक्ष्य बच्चों के लिए सीखने का बेहतर माहौल उपलब्ध कराना है क्योंकि कम सुविधासंपन्न बच्चों में दृष्टि की संबंधित समस्याएं अक्सर अनजानी रह जाती हैं और सीखने की उनकी योग्यता को प्रभावित करती है। दिल्ली एनसीआर में आंखों की जांच के जरिए विजन केयर मुहैया कराने के अपने पिछले अनुभव के साथ हम गुड़गांव में 10,000 और बच्चों तक अपने प्रयास का विस्तार करने की उम्मीद कर रहे हैं। हम गुड़गांव के उपायुक्त के कार्यालय के खासतौर से आभारी हैं कि इस परियोजना के लिए हमें तेजी से मंजूरी मिली और इस पहल को पूरा समर्थन मिल रहा है।” इस मौके पर मौजूद गुड़गांव के डिप्टी कमिश्नर टीएल सत्यप्रकाश, आईएएस ने कहा, “हम कम सुविधासंपन्न पृष्ठभूमि के बच्चों में दृष्टि दोष से संबंधित समस्याओं के प्रति सैबिक की पहल की तारीफ करते हैं। आंखों की देखभाल स्वास्थ्य से संबंधित एक महत्त्वपूर्ण पहलू है जो बच्चों के शैक्षिक प्रदर्शन को सीधे प्रभावित करता है। एडिशनल डिप्टी कमिश्नर श्री विनय प्रताप सिंह ने कहा, “बच्चों में सीखने की प्रक्रिया के एक महत्त्वपूर्ण पहलू के रूप में आंखों की देखभाल से संबंधित मामलों का ख्याल रखकर शिक्षा में सहायता देने के लिए सैबिक की पहल के लिए हम उसे धन्यवाद देते हैं। हम उम्मीद करते हैं कम सुविधासंपन्न स्कूली बच्चों की सहायता के लिए और भी बहुत सारे कॉरपोरेट आगे आएंगे।” अरुणोदय चैरीटेबल ट्रस्ट की एक इकाई अरुणोदय डेसेरेट आई हॉस्पीटल के डॉ. सेठी ने कहा, “भारत में दृष्टि की देखभाल एक गंभीर समस्या है जो जागरूकता की कमी के कारण अक्सर उपक्षित रह जाता है। हमें खुशी है कि सैबिक आगे आई है और इस गंभीर मुद्दे को हाथ में लिया है। इस क्षेत्र में हम सैबिक के अनुभवों में वृद्धि करके खुशी महसूस कर रहे हैं और गुड़गांव के स्कूलों में आर्थिक तौर पर पिछड़े बच्चों में साक्षरता और हेल्थकेयर के मुद्दों तथा उद्देश्यों का समर्थन करते हैं।” सैबिक की कई अन्य सफल सीएसआर गतिविधियों में एक झील की पुनर्बहाली और बेंगलुरू के पास होशाहल्ली गांव में सामुदायिक हॉल को प्रायोजित किया जाना, रक्तदान अभियान, आंखों की देखभाल के लिए शिविर, बृक्षारोपण अभियान और स्कूलों का पुनर्निर्माण / पुनर्बहाली आदि शामिल है।

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koyal bird-essaLittle Swetha was playing alone in the backyard of her house. She was feeling lonely and waited for her friends from the neighbor houses to come and play with her. Suddenly she heard a beautiful song of a bird from the top of her house. She looked up and spotted a black bird there. Though it was black looking something like a crow, he sang beautifully and Swetha was very happy. She forgot about her loneliness in the company of the bird. As there was no sound from Swetha, her mother got worried and left her job in the kitchen and came to the backyard to find out about her daughter. Amazingly, she found Swetha in a very happy mood engrossed in the cuckoo’s song. But when the bird saw her mother he flew away. “O mama! What a nice bird? Such a beautiful song? What is the name of this bird, mama?” Swetha wanted to know more about the bird, which made her happy all this time. “This bird is called Cuckoo or Koel. Cuckoo is a small bird seen all over India. They are also found in many Bird Sanctuaries in India. Cuckoos are also seen in Australia. A cuckoo has a length of 39-46 cms," said her mother, sitting next to her daughter. By then Swetha’s friends – Reema and Sujith - came and joined them. “Mummy, tell me more about cuckoo,” demanded Swetha. “Okay. I’ll tell you everything about this bird. I know what all questions you will have, and I will answer them one by one. Listen carefully.” “Aunty, what is the zoological name of a cuckoo?” asked Sujith who was a 5th standard student. "The zoological name of cuckoo is Eudynamys scolopacea." “Aunty, how do they look in appearance?” That was Reema’s question. "A cuckoo has a long tail, pointed wings and curved bills. A cuckoo’s tail is dark gray and slightly white in colour. The crown is dark brown and the bill is pale green in colour." "How do we differentiate them whether they are males or females? Asked Sujith." "A male cuckoo is glistening black, with yellowish green bill and crimson eyes. They have short wings but long tail". Female cuckoos are slightly smaller than the males. A female cuckoo has green beak and red eyes. The female is dark brown, with profusely spotted and barred with white. They have green beak and red eyes," said Swetha's mother. “Mummy, what do they eat? Who gives them food?” "Cuckoos are carnivorous. You may wonder what is carnivorous? It means they eat flesh" "They eat fruits, insects,caterpillars, grasshoppers, lizards, small snakes and mammals." The children looked at each other in surprise. "Where do they live? Do they have houses like us?" asked Swetha. Her mother smiled. "They live on the canopy of the trees, where they make their nests." "How do they get brothers and sisters?" Reema wanted to know. "A mother cuckoo lays egg in the nest of the other bird. Once the egg is hatched the chick forces the other eggs and hatchings out of the nest. The babies have dark eyes. When the chick leaves the nest it roosts in the outer branches of a tree." "A mother koel lays her eggs in the nest of a crow. After laying the eggs, the female koel flies away to the dense forests as it likes to live on big trees full of leaves to hide it. Their eggs are hatched by the crow." She added. "Very interesting! Aunty, when is their breeding season?" asked Sujith. "The breeding season of Cuckoos is September to March," replied Swetha's mother. "Do they always sing like this?" asked Swetha. "No. They usually sing in spring season because it is their mating season. The males sing such beautiful song to attract the female ones." "How sad we missed watching the cuckoo singing!" Reema was disappointed. "Don't worry, Reema. I have a video of a cuckoo singing. Watch this video. All of you come inside and I will switch the computer on," said Swetha's mother. y in hindi

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हिंदी में कोयल पक्षी-निबंध

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प्रणव

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Shantiniketan (Bengali: শান্তিনিকেতন Shantiniketôn) is a small town near Bolpur in the Birbhum district of West Bengal, India, approximately 180 kilometres north of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). It was made by the famous Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, whose vision became what is now a university town (Visva-Bharati University) that attracts thousands of visitors each year.[1] The English-daily, The Daily Star notes,

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शांतिनिकेतन (बंगाली: শান্তিনিকেতন Shantiniketôn) लगभग 180 किलोमीटर उत्तर कोलकाता (पूर्व में कोलकाता) के पश्चिम बंगाल, भारत, के बीरभूम जिले में बोलपुर के पास एक छोटा सा शहर है। यह जिनकी दृष्टि बन गया अब आगंतुकों के हजारों हर साल आकर्षित करती है कि एक विश्वविद्यालय शहर (विश्वभारती विश्वविद्यालय) क्या है प्रसिद्ध नोबेल पुरस्कार विजेता रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर, द्वारा किया गया था। [1] अंग्रेजी दैनिक, डेली स्टार नोट,

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Subhas Chandra Bose, affectionately called as Netaji, was one of the most prominent leaders of Indian freedom struggle. Though Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru have garnered much of the credit for successful culmination of Indian freedom struggle, the contribution of Subash Chandra Bose is no less. Subhas Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa. His father Janaki Nath Bose was a famous lawyer and his mother Prabhavati Devi was a pious and religious lady. Subhas Chandra Bose was the ninth child among fourteen siblings. Subhas Chandra Bose was a brilliant student right from the childhood. He topped the matriculation examination of Calcutta province and graduated with a First class in Philosophy from the Scottish Churches College in Calcutta. He was strongly influenced by Swami Vivekananda's teachings and was known for his patriotic zeal as a student. To fulfill his parents wishes he went to England in 1919 to compete for Indian Civil Services. Subhas Chandra Bose was deeply disturbed by the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre, and left his Civil Services apprenticeship midway to return to India in 1921 After returning to India Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose came under the influence of Mahatma Gandhi and joined the Indian National Congress. In 1928 the Motilal Nehru Committee appointed by the Congress declared in favour of Domination Status, but Subhas Chandra Bose along with Jawaharlal Nehru opposed it, and both asserted that they would be satisfied with nothing short of complete independence for India. Subhas also announced the formation of the Independence League. Subhas Chandra Bose was jailed during Civil Disobedience movement in 1930. He was released in 1931 after Gandhi-Irwin pact was signed. He protested against the Gandhi-Irwin pact and opposed the suspension of Civil Disobedience movement specially when Bhagat Singh and his associates were hanged. Clouds of World War II were on the horizon and he brought a resolution to give the British six months to hand India over to the Indians, failing which there would be a revolt. There was much opposition to his rigid stand, and he resigned from the post of president and formed a progressive group known as the Forward Block. Subhas Chandra Bose now started a mass movement against utilizing Indian resources and men for the great war. There was a tremendous response to his call and he was put under house arrest in Calcutta. In January 1941, Subhas Chandra Bose disappeared from his home in Calcutta and reached Germany via Afghanistan. Working on the maxim that "an enemy's enemy is a friend", he sought cooperation of Germany and Japan against British Empire. In January 1942, he began his regular broadcasts from Radio Berlin, which aroused tremendous enthusiasm in India. In July 1943, he arrived in Singapore from Germany. In Singapore he took over the reins of the Indian Independence Movement in East Asia from Rash Behari Bose and organised the Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army) comprising mainly of Indian prisoners of war. He was hailed as Netaji by the Army as well as by the Indian civilian population in East Asia. Azad Hind Fauj proceeded towards India to liberate it from British rule. Enroute it lliberated Andeman and Nicobar Islands. The I.N.A. Head quarters was shifted to Rangoon in January 1944. Azad Hind Fauj crossed the Burma Border, and stood on Indian soil on March 18 ,1944. However, defeat of Japan and Germany in the Second World War forced INA to retreat and it could not achieve its objective. Subhas Chandra Bose was reportedly killed in an air crash over Taipeh, Taiwan (Formosa) on August 18, 1945. Though it is widely believed that he was still alive after the air crash not much information could be found about him.

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Maza प्रिया नेता में मराठी पर निबंध

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Murlidhar Devidas Amte, popularly known as ‘Baba Amte’ (‘baba’ is a honorific and his last name is pronounced as Am’tay) was born on December 1914 in Vidharbha, Maharashtra, India in a wealthy family. Educated with a law degree, he setup a successful practice in Warora, and was leading a very prosperous life. One one rainy day, he saw a leper on the street getting drenched in rain and left helpless. Baba Amte thought to himself – ‘What would have happened if I was in his position?‘ This little incident was enough to cause a paradigm shift in his perception of society. The well educated rich professional simply quit his practice and decided to dedicate his life to the cause of social justice. Leprosy was/is probably the most damned disease in India. Plenty of myths and orthodox beliefs existed around leprosy patients. As a result, they were (and still are to some extent) subjected to severe social boycott and condemnation. Baba Amte devoted his life for the cause of the leprosy affected, even allowing his body to be used for medical experiments. With 14 Rupees, two cows and a makeshift building, Baba Amte and his wife established a community project at Anandwan (आनंद वन abode of happiness) near the woods of Nagpur, Maharashtra, central India. Today Anandvan is recognised all over the world and has led the crusade for dispelling prejudice against leprosy in India. It has a sprawling campus of 180 hectors and runs a budget of millions of Rupees. Thousands of patients live in this colony.

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essay about hyderabad in hindi languageHyderabad is a very big city. The size of the city is about 650 square kilometers. hyderabad was found in the year 1591 by fifth Qutb Shahi Ruler Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah. It is the capital of Andhra Pradesh. The Hyderabad city is twinned with Secunderabad which is separated by Hussain sagar. The city has an estimated population of around 8 million, making it 4th largest city in India, while the population of the metropolitan area was estimated above 9 million. Religiously and culturally, the city is united with Hindus, Muslims and Christians. Hyderabad and Secunderabad are twin cities, separated by the Husain Sagar. There are different kinds of people with different kinds of religion, language, dressup etc. Some of the common religions in Hyderabad are muslims, hindus, christians and sikhs. Hindi, Urdu, Telugu, English are mainly spoken languages Hyderabad. Hyderabad has a well-founded reputation as one of the safest cities in the world. Crime rates are very low and the streets are safe to walk in any time of the day or night. The minimum age for becoming a major in the society is 18 years. Smoking and drinking is prohibited in public areas. The temperature is also moderate in Hyderabad. It touches 8C in winter and 40-45 in summer. There are so many beggars in India and so many people below poverty line. Master card and Visa are widely accepted in India. There are electric problems and water problems in India. So many cinema theatres, resorts, parks and games are available for Entertainment in India. I like the culture and traditions mostly in hyderabad and the dislike is it is not well developed city

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हिन्दी भाषा में हैदराबाद के बारे में निबंध

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Murlidhar Devidas Amte, popularly known as ‘Baba Amte’ (‘baba’ is a honorific and his last name is pronounced as Am’tay) was born on December 1914 in Vidharbha, Maharashtra, India in a wealthy family. Educated with a law degree, he setup a successful practice in Warora, and was leading a very prosperous life. One one rainy day, he saw a leper on the street getting drenched in rain and left helpless. Baba Amte thought to himself – ‘What would have happened if I was in his position?‘ This little incident was enough to cause a paradigm shift in his perception of society. The well educated rich professional simply quit his practice and decided to dedicate his life to the cause of social justice. Leprosy was/is probably the most damned disease in India. Plenty of myths and orthodox beliefs existed around leprosy patients. As a result, they were (and still are to some extent) subjected to severe social boycott and condemnation. Baba Amte devoted his life for the cause of the leprosy affected, even allowing his body to be used for medical experiments. With 14 Rupees, two cows and a makeshift building, Baba Amte and his wife established a community project at Anandwan (आनंद वन abode of happiness) near the woods of Nagpur, Maharashtra, central India. Today Anandvan is recognised all over the world and has led the crusade for dispelling prejudice against leprosy in India. It has a sprawling campus of 180 hectors and runs a budget of millions of Rupees. Thousands of patients live in this colony.

Hindi

बाबा आम्टे के बारे में मराठी निबंध

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