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don't judge a book by its cover

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किसी पुस्तक को उसके कवर मराथी अर्थ से न आंकें

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excuse me sir don't judge a book by its cover

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dont judge a book by its cover

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कभी किसी को उनके रूप से नहीं आंकते

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never judge a book by its cover

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पृष्ट से कभी किताब के मूल्य का निर्णय ना ले

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Everybody is a genius . But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb , it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid .

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हर कोई प्रतिभाशाली होता है । लेकिन अगर आप मछली को उसकी पहाड़ पर चढ़ पाने की क्षमता से आंकेंगे तो वह जीवनभर अपने आप को नालायक ही मानती रहेगी ।

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Al - Biruni who uses the term as the name of a book seems to be referring to some book by a writer of this school .

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अल - बिरूनी ने इस शब्द का प्रयोग किसी पुस्तक के नाम के रूप मेंजो किया है उससे लगता है कि उसका अभिप्राय किसी ऐसी पुस्तक से रहा होगा जो किसी दर्शन के लेखक ने लिखी होगी .

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Many of these authors have names that at the very least sound Jewish and none that sound like Muslim names . While I know we can ' t judge a book by its cover it still gives me reason to doubt the balance of the information in these books . I also noticed another book on Islamic Fundamentalism and the glowing review they quote is from the Association of Jewish Libraries . Still on December 9 , Babak Darvish of CAIR ' s Columbus office replied :

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इन सभी लेखकों में अधिकाँश यहूदी जैसे सुनाई पड्ते हैं और कोई भी मुस्लिम नाम नहीं है । जहाँ तक मुझे लगता है कि किसी पुस्तक के आवरण के आधार पर उस पुस्तक की सूचना के संतुलन को नहीं जाँचा जा सकता । मैंने एक और पुस्तक इस्लामिक कट्टरपंथ पर है जिसे देखा है और उन्होंने बताया कि इसकी समीक्षा एसोसियेशन आफ जेविश लाइब्रेरी ने की गयी है ऐसा उन्होंने कहा ।

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Ethnicity and religion certainly play a role in shaping attitudes but ideas matter more . One telling symbol of this was in 1998 , when the Nation magazine called on a leftist Jew to savage a book by a conservative Muslim for being too friendly to Israel .

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वैसे व्यवहार के निर्माण में नस्ल और धर्म का काफी महत्व होता परन्तु विचार कहीं अधिक महत्वपूर्ण होता है । इस सम्बन्ध में एक प्रमुख उदाहरण 1998 है जब नेशन पत्रिका ने एन्ड्यू एन . रूबिन नामक वामपंथी यहूदी को एक परम्परावादी मुसलमान फौद आजमी द्वारा लिखी पुस्तक नष्ट करने को कहा क्योंकि उसमें इजरायल का समर्थन किया गया था ।

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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Apr . 25 , 2006 update : I have received many questions about the disposal of the WMD - Syria ? Belarus ? - and wish to clarify that I purposefully did not deal with this question in the above article . The topic here is exclusively the functioning of the Saddam Hussein regime in relation to the WMD mystery . Any thesis of what was done with the WMD is compatible with the above background explanation . Finally , it bears mention that The Iraqi Perspectives Report has also been issued as a book by the Naval Institute Press .

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युद्ध के समय वास्तव में क्या हो रहा था इसका प्रतीकात्मक उदाहरण ईराक के सूचना मन्त्री के उन वक्तव्यों से लिया जा सकता है जो पूरे विश्व को ईराकी विजय के समाचार से सराबोर कर रहे थे . ईराकी नेताओं के दृष्टिकोण से बगदाद बाब वही कुछ बता रहे थे जो युद्ध की अग्रिम पंक्ति से सुन रहे थे . सेना के एक कमाण्डर ने स्वीकार किया कि बगदाद में अमेरिकी टैंक देखकर वह सन्न रह गया .

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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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