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World Literacy Day- A small step that matters the most

There was a man taking a morning walk at or the beach. He saw that along with the morning tide came hundreds of starfish and when the tide receded, they were left behind and with the morning sun rays, they would die. The tide was fresh and the starfish were alive. The man took a few steps, picked one and threw it into the water. He did that repeatedly. Right behind him there was another person who couldn’t understand what this man was doing. He caught up with him and asked, “What are you doing? There are hundreds of starfish. How many can you help? What difference does it make?” This man did not reply, took two more steps, picked up another one, threw it into the water, and said, “It makes a difference to this one.”


What difference are we making? Big or small, it does not matter. If everyone made a small difference, we’d end up with a big difference, wouldn’t we?

The Constitution of India guarantees free primary education for both Boys and Girls up to age 12.

Education in India plays a vital role in the overall development of the country. Educated women promotes education in their Family. It should start from our Household.

A small step can bring a huge change.

India and Free energy

When I first visited India fifteen years ago, solar panels were rare, their use largely limited to the farsighted NGOs I met with who typically used them for jobs like powering pumps for small rural water cleaning facilities, they certainly posed no competition for coal fired power stations. But even fifteen years ago the terrible […]

via Where now for India’s solar revolution? — Rising Powers

International chess Day

One can trace the origins of chess to India’s “Chaturanga” or “Ashtapada,” two Sanskrit names for the game. “Chaturanga” means “four parts,” referring to the four divisions of the army represented by the chess pieces: five foot soldiers, three cavalry, one chariot, and an elephant. “Ashtapada” means “spider,” and refers to the number of squares on the board — eight on each side, like spiders’ eight legs.


Chess had spread to Persia by 600 CE, where it was popular among the upper classes. The game was used to educate princes and noblemen in strategy, as a safe way to learn about war and tactics without actually having to fight. Via trade, chess also spread to Africa.

Around 800 CE, Buddhist missionaries from India spread chess to China. In China, the board was organized in a rectangle, 9-by-10 squares instead of 8-by-8. A river was added to the middle of the board, as well as two counselors on either side of the King, who was called the General. Apparently, the emperor was enraged that a piece in such a lowly game should be named after him, and had several players beheaded before “King” was changed to “General.” The counselors are comparable to European bishops. The Chinese also added two cannons in front of the knights.

From China, chess spread to Korea and from there to Japan, where it was called “Shogi,” the “Generals’ Game.”

With the conquest of Spain by Muslims from northern Africa, Europe was introduced to chess. In the 14th century, chess was one of the many goods, items, and ideas exchanged through war and trade during the Crusades. Trade from the Middle East to Russia and from Russia to the rest of Europe was also influential in spreading the game.


One Plus review India

OnePlus delivers a phone with a lot of potential, but you’re not getting as much value as previous generations. OnePlus built its business model on selling phones at near-manufacturing cost. By operating exclusively online and relying on word-of-mouth marketing, the brand managed to cut down on the overhead that comes from maintaining an offline distribution network, passing on the savings to customers instead. That resulted in phones with top-notch specs that undercut “true” flagships by a significant margin, making OnePlus a favorite with the enthusiast segment. The OnePlus One launched in India for ₹21,999 back in 2014, and the OnePlus 5 is now retailing for ₹32,999 for the 6GB version. To be fair, the price has been increasing with every generation: the OnePlus 2 debuted at ₹24,999, the OnePlus 3 star

via OnePlus 5 India review: Moving up in the world — AIVAnet

One Nation One Tax

India has been successfully  placed in #onenation #onetax  category.

Goods & Sales tax will replace the multiple tax system in India.

The implementation of G.S.T in India is said to be the greatest economic change ever made in history of Indian economy.

 The Future of G.S.T would be the career decider for PM Narendra Modi.

Nobody is fully prepared for the GST.

Everybody is learning along the way and so are we.

Let’s see how GST works?


International day for Bio-diversity

Biodiversity is the variety of life.  It can be studied on many levels.  At the highest level, you can look at all the different species on the entire Earth.This variety is known as Bio diversity.

India is a megadiverse nation, housing around 10% of world’s species. India also has a rich cultural heritage.

 India is one of the mega-diverse nations in the world. It is called so because the country’s gamuts of life forms are wonderfully different wherever you might be. From extreme cold to extreme heat, coastal areas to rain forests, tropical jungles to mangrove belts, the extraordinary weather and climatic conditions have created homes and habitats for more than 50, 000 species of plants and 40,000 species of animals.

India is just 2 percent of the world land mass but 8 percent of the world’s biodiversity is found in the country.

16 types of forests are found in India including the evergreen tropical rain forests, dry alpine scrub forests, semi evergreen rain forests, deciduous monsoon forests, thorn forests, subtropical pine forests and more.  

India has some of the wettest, driest, hottest and coldest regions in the world.

There are 15,000 species of flowering plants in India.

11 percent of plant biodiversity in the world is found in India.

2546 species of fishes are found in India.

 India has 198 species of Amphibians.

423 species of mammals are present in India.In the country there are 1331 species of birds.

 408 species of reptiles inhabit India.

 There are 50,000 varieties of rice alone found in the country, making it the biggest reservoir of rice on earth

Among plants 33 percent of the species are endemic to India, which means they are found nowhere else in the world.

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World Heritage Day

The Indian infrastructure has been influenced by number of civilizations time to time.

The oldest religions in the world like Hinduism,Buddhism and Jainism have originated in a single country.These religions have a great impact on Indian infrastructures.

Besides this, Indian infrastructure has been influenced by various  civilizations like Indo Aaryan,Shaka,Hun,Greek,Yunani,Dravid,Portuguese,British civilizations.

And that’s why it’s unique.

Here are some of the  well known Heritages from my state Maharashtra, Located in West India.

Gateway of India, Mumbai


Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai


Devagiri Daulatabad Fort, Daulatabad

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Ajanta Caves

Ajanta caves are known worldwide for their architectural qualities, sculptural elegance and expressive painting work. These caves are excaved on U-shaped scarp of steep rock having height of approx. 76 meters.


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Ajanta Cave No 7

Ellora caves

Ellora caves near Aurangabad, Maharashtra state in India



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Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, Aurangabad

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Pratapgad Fort, Satara


Raigad Fort, Raigad


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Harishchandragad Hill Fort, Ahmednagar



Vijaydurg Fort, Sindhudurg


Western ghats

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“A people’s relationship to their heritage is the same as the relationship of a child to its mother

Be the one who preserve them not the one who writes the name of the crushes or the one who rather sees  it as a place for hang out and party.

A nation’s culture resides in the Hearts and the soul of it’s people.”

Celebrating the #WorldHeritageDay