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essay-water is life

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Essay water of life

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water is life

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પાણી જીવન છે

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essay-water is life in gujarati

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નિબંધ પાણી ગુજરાતી જીવન છે

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essay on water is life in gujarati language

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પાણી પર નિબંધ ગુજરાતી ભાષામાં જીવન છે

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Arun Krishnamurthy was just 17 years old when he founded the NGO Environmentalist Foundation of India (EFI). Beginning with the Turtle Walk - a move to save turtle eggs and young hatchlings in Chennai, today Arun and his team of volunteers have cleaned beaches and various water bodies in Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Coimbatore and Puducherry. The team cleans lakes, beaches and zoos, plants trees, educates people through street plays and also makes environment- friendly paper bags. Arun's team has students who joined him when they were in Class - 7 and continued to work with him even after five years. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Which experience as a child inspired you to take up the cause of the environment? What was your first activity? A beautiful lake next to my house, which once had a lot of birds, frogs and snakes, was heavily polluted. It led to the spread of mosquitoes and turned a lovely place into an ugly neighbourhood. This hurt me badly and I wanted to do something about it. I got together with a couple of my friends and cleaned the pond next to my house. This was the first activity. What kind of support did you get from your parents and teachers? Was there any conflict between study-time and activism? I have supportive parents who understood that my interest was the environment. They have never stopped me from doing what I want. On my part, I also made sure that I did not fail my parents in any way. I always informed them about everything that I did and took their advice before jumping into actions. I have teachers who taught me how to go about things. They also taught me humility - so that I did not become snobbish or arrogant and start thinking I was a superstar because I was doing all this environment work. They taught me to be simple and keep learning all the time. I am not an activist, I am an environmentalist. I have learnt so much by doing this work. How did your school and college further your interest? Both my school and college had plenty of green cover and both were home to several other life forms. This made me understand their importance, how beautiful they are and why we need to protect them. These animals are on their own, find their own food and are always active, on the move and never lazy. It is so positive; we have a lot to learn from them. Did you feel any hesitation in quitting a well-paying job and venturing into this full- time? What were the options you weighed before you arrived at your decision? It is always good to decide in favour of what you really love to do. I quit my job at Google, but I still keep in touch with my friends there. So only my duties at Google have come to an end, not my emotional bond. I understood that I had to leave the job at that minute in 2010, or else I would never be daring enough to do so. I could not sit back and enjoy life when environmental damage was happening on such a large scale. I wanted to do something and that something needed my full attention. So I left Google for EFI. What kind of garbage do people throw into water bodies? How do you deal with the removal of this garbage once you clean the water body? Everything from a diaper to worn out slippers — we find everything in our lakes. This is so disturbing because it is water and water is the basis of life. How can we not care for these water bodies? We use this garbage for landfill with no or minimal exposure to the outside environment. We ensure that the lake area and water-holding are free of garbage so that birds, frogs and snakes can live in peace. How many days does it take to clear a large lake? Do you use any special equipment for cleaning and safety?

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IMPORTANCE OF WATER Water is our lifeline that bathes us and feeds us. In ancient cultures water represented the very essence of life. The Romans were the first to pipe water into their growing cities, especially with their aqueducts. They also realized that sewage water could cause damage to their people, and needed to be removed from large areas of people. Water has played a role not only in the history of countries, but in religion, mythology, and art. Water in many religions cleanses the soul through holy water. For example, the water at Lourdes, France is thought by many religions to be sacred water with healing powers. In Egyptian mythology, the Nu was the beginning of everything and represented water. It brought life to their people, but in drought, produced chaos. Water has always been perceived as a gift from the gods as it rained from the heavens. The water or hydrologic cycle explains interactions between the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. The water or hydrologic cycle is a major driving force on our planet. Water is in constant motion, evaporating into the atmosphere from oceans, lakes, rivers and streams. When the atmosphere can no longer support the moisture within the clouds, we experience rain, snow, hail, or sleet. Some water is locked in the form of ice at the polar caps and in glaciers. Water melts in the spring, producing runoff, that percolates through the Earth as groundwater (subsurface) or makes its way back to the sea (surface). The oceans contain most of the water, but it is salt water which is unusable by most organisms. Only pure H2O (water) can interact with organisms. The movement of the oceans also has a direct effect on the atmosphere. The atmosphere is that envelope of gas that keeps organisms living on this planet. Oceans and atmosphere interact to give us weather. Water provides the Earth with the capacity of supporting life. An organism doesn’t have to be told how important water is to their existence. An amphibian knows to lay their eggs in water or else there will be no new born. Even flies know to lay their eggs in fresh water. The only organism that doesn’t understand the importance of water is humans, especially in industrialized countries. Children in those societies turn on the water in a sink and never think about the trouble someone has gone for that "miracle" to occur. In the United States it is mandated by law that its citizens should be given clean and abundant water. Dams, reservoirs, filtering plants, and pipes all bring clean water when the facet is turned on. Sewage water is only mixed with recycled water supplies after the water goes through rigorous cleaning methods. Water borne diseases do not effect the U.S. population like in other countries that do not treat their water supply. Water borne diseases are any illnesses caused by drinking contaminated water. Diseases can include infection from bacteria (Salmonella), viruses, or by small parasites (Cryptosporida, Giardia, and Toxoplasma). These organisms and viruses cause diseases like cholera, typhoid fever, malaria, botulism, polio, dysentery, giardia, and hepatitis A. One of the first symptoms of these diseases is diarrhea, which cause about three million deaths throughout the world, mainly in India, Africa, and South America. Sewage is sometimes discharged into rivers, where children downstream might be taking a bath or using the water to drink. The simplest treatment method is boiling. Just bring the water to a boil for at least one minute, then allow it to cool. But this is not always effective in heavily chemical polluted water supplies. Without water, organisms could not exist. Water is a resource that should not be taken for granted. It needs to be conserved, just as we save other valuable resources. Water is one of the weirdest compounds known to humans. The difference between the boiling point and freezing point of water is one of the largest ranges of any compound. It is this span of temperature that mirrors the range of where life can exist, from bacteria to humans. Water also has a very high specific heat, which means that it can absorb or lose much heat before its temperature changes. This is important in maintaining body heat in mammals. It also takes a lot of energy before vaporization can occur. For this reason, water evaporates slowly from ponds and lakes, where many life forms are dependent on a stable, warm environment. Water is less dense in its solid state than in its liquid state, so that ice floats instead of sinking. This property permits life to develop in polar and subpolar regions where ice floats and allows life to continue living below the surface. If ice were heavier than water, it would sink, and more ice would form on top of it. As a result, all life in the waters would be trapped in the ice in the many areas of the world where it gets cold enough to freeze water. Water is a remarkable solvent, where most elements and compounds can dissolve in its powerful molecular structure. Gases such as oxygen and carbon dioxide, can also dissolve, making it readily available for photosynthetic and nonphotosynthetic organisms to use. . Water also exhibits viscosity. One can observe the effects of viscosity alongside a stream or river with uniform banks. The water along the banks is nearly still, while the current in the center may be swift. This resistance between the layers is called viscosity. This property allows smaller fish to live near the shore, while larger fish are able to swim efficiently in strong currents. Viscosity is also responsible for the formation of eddies, creating turbulence that leads to good mixing of air in the water and more uniform distribution of microscopic organisms. How water provides all these properties are complex, but only emphasizes the importance of water to every organism on Earth.

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1.) Terminal colours of Rainbow? a: Violet&Red 2.) First lady in INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS? a: Indira Gandhi b: Sarogini naidu etc 3.) First Nuclear plant in INDIA is situated in a: Bombay b: Nellore etc 4.) 2 capacitances are in parallel gives 6 micro farad & in series gives 25 what will be the value of individual capacitance. 5.) Who invented THERMOMETER? ANS: Farenheit 6.) Electrostatic potential is a Scalar Quantity or Vector Quantity? 7.) Among values 1 to100 Probability of occurance of numbers ending with 9 is? a:1/10 b:9/10 c:1 d:0 8.) Si, Ge lie in ….. block of periodic table a: III b: V c: IVA(ANS) d: IV B 9.) Some eqn was given x=20 sin 157t then calculate frequency 10.) Which Filter is used for passing ONLY HIGH frequency a: LADDER b. crystal 11.) In Zener breakdown is proportional to Ans ‐ive coefficient of temperature 12.) If water is heated from 0degree to 10 degree effect on volume a: increase steadily b: remain same c: decrease steadily 13.) If we dig EARTH FROM North to South pole and a stone is dropped in it then efffect on its velocity a: increase continously b: First increase and become Zero in center c. It Will Start Oscillate 14.) Dandi march was related to …….. a: Salt b: Sugar etc 15.) Radiation pattern of loop antenna a: cardioid b. semicircular c. circle d. none 16.) DENMARK lie in which continent 17.) Cooks island is situated in which continent? 18.) Range of AM Signal? 19.) In an Electrolyte if rod is immersed then mass on rod will be proportional to a: current passed in it 20.) largest unit in energy 21.) spelling check of SATELLITE 22.) plural of “DIBIYA” IN HINDI 23.) Sarvnam chatiye 24.) RADDISH is a a: modified root b: bulb c; stem 25.) X Rays are ….. Rays Ans emw 26.) ass:bray::sheep BLEAT 27.) In Hindi Pehle Janma (AGRAJ, ARGAJA/AAGRAJETC) 28.) Lord Shankar is related to originaetor of …. river 29.) ………is also called JALDHAR 30) fsk is used in a: telegraphy b: telephony c: radio transmission etc

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