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He had been worked

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म काम गरीरहेको छु

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he had gone to school

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म स्कूल गएको छु

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The only remaining hope of the gnomes was a humble levitation worker. He had found a way to mash the monsters against the mountain rocks.

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जिनोमको बाँकी आशा मात्र नम्र उत्थापन कामदार थियो। उसले राक्षसहरूलाई पहाडी चट्टानको विरुद्वमा सङ्गठित गर्ने बाटो फेला पर्यो।

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Shidhhicharan was born on Jestha 9, 1969 BS in Okhaldunga Bazar of Sagarmatha zone, Nepal. He was son of father Vishnu Charan Shrestha, who was also a literary figure and mother Neer Kumari Shrestha. Siddhi was married to Mishree Devi Shrestha. They had nine children. Their eldest son, Viswa Charan Shrestha, died at the age of four. Siddhi wrote poem "Viswa Betha" in his son's memory. Siddhicharan Shrestha is honored as "Yuga Kavi", meaning - "Poet of the Era". Siddhi Charan Shrestha started his poetry journey at the age of 13. He had a natural flow of poetry. His first book Bhuichala was published in 1336. Siddhicharan wrote this book just after the horrible earthquake of 1936.

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Phwedo is a dialogue written by plato that end's with the story of trial and executions of socrates. Echerates asking phaedo about the last movement of socrats as he was with him at the time and phaedo is feeling he had when socrates was oaccebting the death penalty cheerful and coregeously. After the trial the execution of socrates was delayed because of a mission. They had a law that as soon as the mission began the city must be kept pure. When the mission completed and socrates was going to be a executed almost all his followers become sad and cried with extreme sorrow sitting arround him. But he looked so happy that he didn't show any signed of any happiness in his journey to the eternal world. And the last time was approaching socrates was teaching his philosophy of life, death and beggining of new life and dissible and people on the day of execution when he finished his philosophical discussion he took bath. Then the prison officer came and ordered him to take a bowl of poision. He dranked the poision happily and when the poision spread to all parts of his body he sat down and happily remained for sometime then he told crito " crito we ought to offer a cake to asclepius (the healing god) see to it and don't forget".

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Phwedo is a dialogue written by plato that end's with the story of trial and executions of socrates. Echerates asking phaedo about the last movement of socrats as he was with him at the time and phaedo is feeling he had when socrates was oaccebting the death penalty cheerful and coregeously. After the trial the execution of socrates was delayed because of a mission. They had a law that as soon as the mission began the city must be kept pure. When the mission completed and socrates was going to be a executed almost all his followers become sad and cried with extreme sorrow sitting arround him. But he looked so happy that he didn't show any signed of any happiness in his journey to the eternal world. And the last time was approaching socrates was teaching his philosophy of life, death and beggining of new life and dissible and people on the day of execution when he finished his philosophical discussion he took bath. Then the prison officer came and ordered him to take a bowl of poision. He dranked the poision happily and when the poision spread to all parts of his body he sat down and happily remained for sometime then he told crito " crito we ought to offer a cake to asclepius (the healing god) see to it and don't forget".

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Essay on Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) On April 20, 2015 By Team Work Category: Famous and Great Personalities of India Mahatma Gandhi Introduction: Gandhiji was one of the greatest Indian of all time. He is called the “Father of the Indian Nation”. His original name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was given the title of “Mahatma“, which implies “Great Soul“. People also call him “Bapu” affectionately. Early life: The birth of Mahatma Gandhi took place on 2nd day of October in 1869 at Porbandar (Gujarat). His father, Karamchand Gandhi, was a noble and pious man. Mr. Karamchand was the chief Dewan of the State of Rajkot. His mother, Putlibai, was a simple and religious lady. In his early age, Gandhiji was deeply influenced by the religious and pious behaviour of her mother. Gandhiji received his early education and training from such pious parents. He grew up to be deeply religious, truthful, honest, and fearless from his very boyhood. He was married to Kasturba Gandhi in 1983. The wedding took place according to traditional custom. As a child, he was a brilliant student. He completed his matriculation examination in 1887. After a brief study, he traveled to England to study barrister-in-law. In 1991, he became a barrister and returned back to home country. South Africa: At the age of 24, Mahatma Gandhi went to South Africa as a lawyer. He had spent twenty-one years at South Africa from 1893 to 1914. As a lawyer, he was mainly employed by Indians staying at South Africa. He found that Indians and other dark skinned people were the oppressed section of the society. He himself faced discrimination on several occasions. He was once disallowed to travel on first-class and thrown out of the train. He was moved by the poor condition of Indians and decided to fight against the injustice. In 1894, he formed the Indian Natal Congress to fight for the civil rights of the Indian community in South Africa. While at South Africa, he fought for the civil rights and privileges of the Indians living in South Africa. Throughout his struggle, he taught people to fight for their rights through non-violence. Hence, he made his mark as a great political leader in South Africa. India: He returned to India in 1915. Later, he was the president of Indian National Congress. He protested against the mis-rule of the British Government. He had been associated with several national movements during India’s struggle for independence such as Non-cooperation Movement in 1920, Satyagraha, Quit India Movement in 1942, etc. On several occasions, he was sent to prison. There was wide participation of women in the freedom movements led by Gandhi. Non-cooperation was his great weapon. The Non-cooperation Movement as a non-violent protest against the use of the British made goods by Indians. It was a movement of the masses of India. Salt Satyagraha or Dandi March was a protest against the tax regime of British in India. Gandhiji produced salt at Dandi without paying the salt tax. The Civil Disobediance Movement movement got support of millions of common people. Also read: Causes, Effects and Significance of Civil Disobedience Movement in India In 1942, Gandhi raised the ‘Quit India’ slogan. Gandhiji asked the British Government to “Quit India”. The Quit India Movement was the most powerful movement launched by Gandhi to end the British rule in India. He gave the famous slogan of “Do or die” for the freedom of mother country. Principles: He followed the principles of non-violence, truth and peace throughout his life. He guided his fellow citizens to struggle for freedom, not by using weapons, but by following ahimsa (non-violence), peace (Shanti) and truth (Sayta). He proved that Ahimsa (non-violence) is more powerful than the sword. He adopted the principles of satyagraha in the Indian Independence movements. Gandhian era in Indian History: His remained the most influential leader of India’s freedom movement during the period from 1919 to 1948 and thus the period is called the ‘Gandhian Era’in Indian history. Importance: He is a well-known world personality. He shook off the British imperialism. The British were compelled to quit India. He secured freedom for our country following the principles of truth and non-violence. He was, thus, a saintly leader. Finally, India won its independence on 15th day of August in 1947. Gandhi Jayanti: In India, Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated every-year on the day of his birth-anniversary. It is a national holiday. The world celebrates 2nd October as the International day of non-violence. Death: Unfortunately, the great saint was assassinated by Nathuram Godse on 30th January, 1948. Conclusion: Thus, Mahatma Gandhi was both a saint and a practical leader of his compatriots. He was a simple, pure, unselfish and religious person. He did most of his personal jobs of his own. He fought for the freedom of India through non-violent and peaceful methods. He tried hard to raise the distressed sections of the society. He fought against illiteracy. He dreamt of providing mass employment through Charka and Khaddar. He always felt for the poor and untouchables people. He wanted to abolish untouchability from Indian society. The life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi were so glorious that people around the world still pay homage to him. We will always remember his in our hearts.

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MERA महात्मा गान्धी मा निबंध

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Actor Salman Khan's hit-and-run case trail continues today. Witnesses are expected to depose in a Mumbai court and will be asked if they can identify Mr Khan. Last month, the actor was identified as the person in the driver's seat of the SUV that was involved in the hit-and-run case dating back to 2002. The witness who identified Mr Khan, a parking attendant at the JW Marriott Hotel in Mumbai, told the court that he had seen the actor at the wheel of the Toyota Land Cruiser. He also claimed Salman Khan had given him a Rs 500 tip. When cross-examined, the witness also said that singer Kamal Khan had been in the car and sitting in the backseat on the left, behind Salman Khan. In May, another witness claimed he had seen Mr Khan exiting the Toyota Land Cruiser from the right side. The trial has faced a series of delays and roadblocks. In August, Mumbai police admitted that key documents in the case were missing. They were later found lying in the police station after police chief Rakesh Maria ordered an inquiry. Today's hearing was deferred from September 24, after the court was told Mr Khan's lawyer was unwell. One person was killed and four others were injured when a car allegedly driven by the Kick actor, now 48, rammed into a bakery on September 28, 2002. The trial in the case is being conducted afresh by the sessions court after charges against Mr Khan were revised to culpable homicide not amounting to murder. The actor could be jailed for upto 10 years if convicted. He previously faced the lesser charge of rash and negligent driving. A fresh trial was ordered last December.

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गुगल अनुवादक

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Actor Salman Khan's hit-and-run case trail continues today. Witnesses are expected to depose in a Mumbai court and will be asked if they can identify Mr Khan. Last month, the actor was identified as the person in the driver's seat of the SUV that was involved in the hit-and-run case dating back to 2002. The witness who identified Mr Khan, a parking attendant at the JW Marriott Hotel in Mumbai, told the court that he had seen the actor at the wheel of the Toyota Land Cruiser. He also claimed Salman Khan had given him a Rs 500 tip. When cross-examined, the witness also said that singer Kamal Khan had been in the car and sitting in the backseat on the left, behind Salman Khan. In May, another witness claimed he had seen Mr Khan exiting the Toyota Land Cruiser from the right side. The trial has faced a series of delays and roadblocks. In August, Mumbai police admitted that key documents in the case were missing. They were later found lying in the police station after police chief Rakesh Maria ordered an inquiry. Today's hearing was deferred from September 24, after the court was told Mr Khan's lawyer was unwell. One person was killed and four others were injured when a car allegedly driven by the Kick actor, now 48, rammed into a bakery on September 28, 2002. The trial in the case is being conducted afresh by the sessions court after charges against Mr Khan were revised to culpable homicide not amounting to murder. The actor could be jailed for upto 10 years if convicted. He previously faced the lesser charge of rash and negligent driving. A fresh trial was ordered last December.

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Akbar, the emperor, and Birbal, his top minister, were wandering through the streets of Agra disguised as ordinary men. They heard the yelling of a woman from inside a house. They both thought she had been screaming at her child. But to their surprise a man came sprinting out of the house. Akbar was furious. He could not believe that men in his kingdom were cowards. Birbal disagreed and said that while Akbar was a great king, men like the man who was running away from his wife were ordinary men and had to be kind to their wives or get kicked out of the house. Akbar and Birbal argued for days and days. Finally Akbar called a meeting in his palace gardens. He invited all the married men in Agra. He then asked the men who listened to their wives to move to the left and the men who did not to move to the right. One man moved to the right. All the rest moved to the left. Akbar told Birbal that he wanted to reward the man that had moved right. But Birbal asked the man why he had moved to the right. The man said that he did so because his wife told him to stay away from crowds! Birbal had won the argument with Akbar. This was no surprise because Birbal’s wit always outsmarted Akbar, and Birbal did it in the most clever way imaginable. Akbar, the great Mughal emperor, lived from 1542 to 1605. He thought of himself as an incredible emperor, which is what he was. Birbal lived from 1528 to 1586. He was Akbar’s most trusted advisor and a wise ambassador who found a way around war. Birbal helped Akbar see through problems that he could not fully understand. Birbal was an outstanding minister both to his people and his king. Amita Sarin has narrated this book elegantly and in a funny way. I found myself smiling or laughing at the end of each story. The author has sneaked in some historical facts along with the anecdotes. The way Birbal solved problems stunned me. This is a joyous book. Anyone can read it because it is a fantastic swirl of Indian history, Indian ways of life and hilarious descriptions of events. Unbelievably, I thought this was going to be some boring history book my mom bought for me. Finally, I learned my lesson. Never judge a book by its cover or its blurb!

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Akbar, the emperor, and Birbal, his top minister, were wandering through the streets of Agra disguised as ordinary men. They heard the yelling of a woman from inside a house. They both thought she had been screaming at her child. But to their surprise a man came sprinting out of the house. Akbar was furious. He could not believe that men in his kingdom were cowards. Birbal disagreed and said that while Akbar was a great king, men like the man who was running away from his wife were ordinary men and had to be kind to their wives or get kicked out of the house. Akbar and Birbal argued for days and days. Finally Akbar called a meeting in his palace gardens. He invited all the married men in Agra. He then asked the men who listened to their wives to move to the left and the men who did not to move to the right. One man moved to the right. All the rest moved to the left. Akbar told Birbal that he wanted to reward the man that had moved right. But Birbal asked the man why he had moved to the right. The man said that he did so because his wife told him to stay away from crowds! Birbal had won the argument with Akbar. This was no surprise because Birbal’s wit always outsmarted Akbar, and Birbal did it in the most clever way imaginable. Akbar, the great Mughal emperor, lived from 1542 to 1605. He thought of himself as an incredible emperor, which is what he was. Birbal lived from 1528 to 1586. He was Akbar’s most trusted advisor and a wise ambassador who found a way around war. Birbal helped Akbar see through problems that he could not fully understand. Birbal was an outstanding minister both to his people and his king. Amita Sarin has narrated this book elegantly and in a funny way. I found myself smiling or laughing at the end of each story. The author has sneaked in some historical facts along with the anecdotes. The way Birbal solved problems stunned me. This is a joyous book. Anyone can read it because it is a fantastic swirl of Indian history, Indian ways of life and hilarious descriptions of events. Unbelievably, I thought this was going to be some boring history book my mom bought for me. Finally, I learned my lesson. Never judge a book by its cover or its blurb!

Última actualización: 2014-10-27
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