Monday, October 23, 2017

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अपनी आवाज को टाइपिंग में बदलें।

अगर आप एक ब्लॉगर हैं या लेखक हैं तो यह वीडियो आपकी मदद कर सकता है। इस वीडियो के अंदर मैं आपको यह बता रहा हूं कि आप को कैसे टाइपिंग के झंझट से छुटकारा मिल सकता है। सबसे पहले आपको अपने डेक्स टॉप को इंटरनेट से कनेक्ट करना होगा। इंटरनेट से कनेक्ट करने के बाद आप गूगल ड्राइव जो गूगल की ऐप्स होती हैं वहां पर जाएंगे। Google एप्स में जाने के बाद आपको माय ड्राइव में जाना होगा। माय ड्राइव में जाने के बाद जो इंटरफ़ेस आपके सामने ओपन होगा वहां पर टूल्स बटन होगा। उस बटन को दबाने पर आपको वॉइस टाइपिंग का ऑप्शन मिलेगा वॉइस टाइपिंग का यानि कि जो आप लिखते हैं वह आपको टाइप न करके आप उसको बोल कर के लिख सकते हैं। इसमें आप हिंदी और इंग्लिश दोनो भाषाओं में अच्छी स्पीड के साथ लिख सकते हैं। ज्यादा विवरण के लिए आप वीडियो देखें। अगर आपको इसमें किसी प्रकार की दिक्कत आती है तो आप मुझे वीडियो सेक्सन में  नीचे कमेंट कर सकते हैं। इस ब्लॉग में मुझे कमेंट करके बता सकते हैं। मैं आपकी पूरी मदद करूंगा।

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

History of Kathputli puppet theatre and live video of Rajasthan

History of Kathputli and live video of Rajasthan

Kathputli or Puppets are one of the art traditions which is not only old but very rich in content. Kathputli dance or show can be the references of Rajasthani ballads, local folk tales and also the folk songs. A great puppet show is like a light hearted story telling format in which audience get easily involved and moved by the performances of artists. This traditional art is been performed by the Rajasthani tribes or villagers. They visit several towns and cities and perform shows and in this way they earn their bread and butter. Kathputli is one of the ancient art forms and that has become an eternal part of Rajasthani culture and tradition.
Puppets shows are been performed in each and every village shows, religious shows and any kinds of social gathering in Rajasthan. Several studies have been done on Kathputli and it is known also as string marionette art. People of Rajasthan are too much attached of their own culture and tradition and it is one of the reasons why the art of Kathputli and ‘Puppet Shows’ has still survived.

Different researchers strongly believe that folk tales which are being showcased in puppet shows, generally these portray the ancient lifestyle of Rajasthani tribal people. It is also a strong belief that the art of Kathputli may have originated from Nagaur or any other surrounding areas.

Rajasthan is culturally rich state and the kings of Rajasthan were very fond of Art and Creativity. The kings of Rajasthan mainly encouraged the kathputli artists for activities like wood and marble carving, weaving, pottery and painting. Thus, we are blessed and can still experience such innovative creativities.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Hawa Mahal Jaipur - Architecture, Facts, History & Visit Timing

Hawa Mahal Jaipur

Hawa Mahal or the 'Palace Of The Winds' located in the heart of the beautiful Pink City of Jaipur in Rajasthan, India, is one of the most famous tourist attractions and a prominent landmark of the city that is renowned for its rich cultural and architectural history. Built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh of the Kachhwaha Rajput dynasty, this beautiful structure is predominantly a high screen wall made of pink and red sandstone that facilitated royal women to get an eyeful of the street festivals and busy city life while remaining out of the view of public. This five-storey building in the shape of a crown of Lord Krishna with 953 jharokhas or windows and a beautifully decorated façade resembling a honeycomb of a beehive that gives one a feel of the rich heritage of the Rajputs.

The Hawa Mahal is located on the main road near Badi Chaupar and City Palace complex. It is walking distance from other attractions such as Jantar Mantar and City Palace.Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, grandson of the great Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh who built Jaipur, constructed the Hawa Mahal in 1799. He was so impressed with the Khetri Mahal built by Maharaja Bhopal Singh in the town of Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan that he embarked on constructing the Hawa Mahal that today stands as a remarkable gem of Rajput style of architecture. It was built as an extension of the Royal City Palace and leads to the zenana or women's chambers. One of the main reasons of constructing this beautiful mahal decorated with fine lattice windows and screened balconies was to facilitate the royal Rajput women, who otherwise followed the strict Purdah system and refrained from appearing in public, in  getting a glimpse of the daily events, royal processions and festivals taking place on the streets. This way they could enjoy their sense of freedom while maintaining their customs. 

Hawa Mahal, designed as a beehive castle with small windows, has a height of 50 feet from its base. This structure, erected on a thin shield or podium approximately fifty feet high, has walls less than a foot thick. Constructed of red and pink sandstones by Lal Chand Ustad, Hawa Mahal is famous for its windows or 'Jharokhas' which enable free circulation of air within the structure. Its entrance is a door which leads to a spacious courtyard surrounded by two-storey buildings on three sides. Of the five storeys of the Mahal, the top three storeys have the thickness of a single room while the bottom storeys have courtyards. The interior of the Hawa Mahal is stark and plain with passages and pillars reaching to the top storey. The building does not have stairs to reach the upper floors; the storeys are connected by slopes. From Hawa Mahal, you have an excellent view of the city. The monument also has an archeological museum.

There are numerous attractions around Hawa Mahal such as the famed Jantar Mantar, Govind Devji temple, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, Ram Niwas Bagh, BM Birla Planetarium, Jain Temple, Statue Circle, Sisodia Rani Garden and so on.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Travel guide Albert Hall, Ram Niwas Bagh Jaipur, Rajasthan

Travel guide Albert Hall, Ram Niwas Bagh Jaipur, Rajasthan

The Albert Hall Museum is a museum in Jaipur in Rajasthan, India. It is the oldest museum of the state and functions as the State museum of Rajasthan. The building is situated in Ram Niwas Garden outside the city wall opposite New gate and is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. The building was designed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, assisted by Mir Tujumool Hoosein, and was opened as public museum in 1887. It is also called the Government Central Museum. Maharaja Ram Singh initially wanted this building to be a town hall, but his successor, Madho Singh II, decided it should be a museum for the art of Jaipur and included as part of the new Ram Nivas Garden. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, and works in crystal.

It is named after King Edward VII (Albert Edward), during whose visit to the city as the Prince of Wales, its foundation stone was laid on 6 February 1876.

The historical garden is located in the heart of the city and covers an area of 33 acres (130,000 m2), and was built by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in 1868Within the garden which originally spread over 76 acres (310,000 m2) in early 20th century is the Albert Hall Museum (now known as Central Museum), named after King Edward VII (Albert Edward), during whose visit to the city as the Prince of Wales, its foundation stone was laid on February 6, 1876

Apart from that it also has a bird park, the Zoo, Ravindra Rang Manch Theatre, art gallery, exhibition ground, gymnasium and several cafes and picnic spots are housed in the garden.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Travel Guide Laxmi Narayan Tample (Birla Mandir) Jaipur

Travel Guide Laxmi Narayan Tample (Birla Mandir) Jaipur

The Birla temple was built on the land given to the Birla family by the Maharaja, for just a token sum of one rupee. Birla mandir has three domes to represent the three religions of India, a tribute to the secular nature of the country.
Temple is a popular architectural wonder of Jaipur. Located below the Moti Dungri Hill, Birla Mandir is easily accessible from the city of Jaipur. One can take local buses, rickshaws or can hire taxis to reach the Birla Temple
Three different approaches to the religion are depicted by the three colossal domes of the temple. The Temple can be entered by taking a flight of marble steps. Outside the main shrine, there are many stained glass windows, portraying the scenes from Hindu Mythology. Inside the shrine, the idols have a majestic appeal about them. These remarkable idols are sculpted beautifully and appear, as if, they would address the onlooker in no time at all.
Birla Mandir, Jaipur is a Hindu temple located in Jaipur, India and is part of one of the several Birla mandirs located all around the country. The grand temple is located on an elevated ground at the base of Moti Dungari hill in Rajasthan. The temple is sometimes also referred to as the Laxmi Narayan Temple.
Birla Temple, Jaipur At the foot of Moti Dungri fort is the Birla Temple. This temple forms one of the most beautiful attractions of Jaipur. Birla Temple of Jaipur looks stunning, when it is brightly lit in the night. The construction of the temple started in 1977 and it went on till 1985. On 22nd February 1985, the temple deity was invoked and was opened for public to visit. the temple was built by Birla Group of Industries, one of the business tycoons of India. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu (Narayan), the preserver and his consort Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth. Due to this reason, Birla Temple is also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple. Birla Mandir is constructed in the finest quality of white marble. The three huge domes of the temple represent three different approaches to the religion. The beautiful white marble temple mesmerizes the onlookers, when it glows at night. Stained glass windows depict the scenes from Hindu scriptures. Ganesh the protector of households, is above the lintel, and the fine quality of marble is evident when you enter the temple and look back at the entrance way. The images of Lakshmi and Narayan attract the attention, being made out from one piece of marble. Many of the deities of the Hindu pantheon are depicted inside the temple, and on the outside walls great historical personages and figures from all religions are shown, including Socrates, Zarathustra, Christ, Buddha, and Confucius. The Laxmi Narayan Mandir is a modern architectural marvel, surrounded by lush green gardens. The fascinating exteriors of the temple are carved splendidly with beautiful sculptures based on mythological themes, while the interiors have a large marble panel portraying mythological events.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Your festive vacation is Jaipur ? by Discovery of Rajasthan

Vaishali Nagar is an affluent neighbor in the southwestern part of Jaipur. 

Vaishali Nagar stretches from Queens Road in the East to Delhi Bypass in West and Ajmer Road in South to Sirsi Road in North.


Inox Cinema Hall in Vaibhav Multiplex at Amrapali Circle. It also has outlets of all major brands like Raymond, Park Avenue, Nike, Wrangler, Reebok, Lee, Levis, Jockey, with exqulusive showrooms. There are a number of colonies; namely, Vaishali Nagar blocks A to F, Neminagar, Nemisagar, Gandhi path, Hanumannagar A, B, and C blocks, RSEB colony, Pratapnagar, Gangasagar, Neminagar extnension, Officers campus, and Gomes Defense. There are about 20 branches of various private and PSU banks. Car accessory showrooms such as Stereo Nation have their own clients. This area has become a satellite city of Jaipur and the residents do not have to meet their daily needs. Rather, people from the main city There are a number of class restaurants such as KFC. The main point of attraction is the National Handloom department store and the area in the vicinity of Amrapali Circle


from an educational point of view, the colony has very good schools and a girls' college. Vaishali Nagar has DAV Centenary Public School, Jaipur which is one among the prominent schools in Vaishali. Other school present are Tagore Public School, Brightlands Girls School, Defense Public School, Step by Step, Sankskriti School, Ravinder Bal Bharti are few of them. Vaishali also provided excellent source of other educational institute like Pooja Tuitorial, CFC, Science Growth and other tutors. If we talk about software training courses then we have lots of institutes of php, and web designing like MSTechnosoft Institute. For pursuing ones Music passion, the famous Devranjani Music School has two branches in Vaishali Nagar. One gets to learn Indian as well as Western classical music hare.


A new and spacious building of Gurdwara has come up on Vaishali Marg. The famous Hanuman vatika in Hanuman nagar.The colony has Ram Temple, Ganesh Mandir, Laxminarain Temple and the famous Jharkhand Shiva Temple.

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healthy meals by south indian cookies in metro cities.

Healthy Meals in Rajasthan by south indian cookies in metro cities.

मसाला डोसा  

#Masala #Dosa II #healthy #meals II क्रेप कागज के समान होता है जिसमे आलू का मसाला भरकर उसे नारियल की चटनी और सांबर के साथ परोसा जाता है. आइये जाने की दक्षिण भारतीय मसाला डोसा  #healthy #meals #Masala #Dosa #recipe In Hindi कैसे बनाया जाता है?

सामग्री कवच:- 

1) 1 ½ कप चावल
2) ½ कप उड़द दाल
3) स्वादानुसार नमक
4) तेल

सामग्री मसाला:-

1) 2 बड़े आलू
2) 1 मध्यम प्याज (कटा हुआ)
3) ½ चम्मच पिली कटी हुई मटर
4) ½ चम्मच सरसों के बीज
5) ½ चम्मच हल्दी
6) 1-2 हरी मिर्च
7) 1 बड़ा चम्मच तेल
8) स्वादानुसार नमक

डोसा कैसे तैयार करें?

अलग-अलग चावल और उड़द दाल को कम से कम 6 घंटो तक पानी में रखे. बाद में उनका मिक्सर में पेस्ट बना ले. दोनों के पेस्ट को अच्छी तरह मिला ले, उसमे नमक और थोडा पानी डाले. और उसे रातभर भिगोये रहने दे.
प्याज और मिर्ची को थोडा कूट ले. तवे को गर्म करे और उसपर थोडा घी या तेल डाले. मिश्रण को तवे पर गोलाकार आकार में डाले. और निचली सतह हल्की भूरी होते ही तवे से निचे निकाल ले. आप चाहो तो उसे दोनों तरफ से भी सेक सकते हो

मसाला कैसे तैयार करें?

तेल गर्म करे. उसमे सरसों के बीज डाले, उसमे मटर, फिर प्याज डाले. मिश्रण को धीमी आंच पर कम से कम पांच मिनट तक पकने दे, या तब तक पकने दे जब तक प्याज का रंग हल्का सा भूरा न हो जाये, फिर उसमे मसले हुए आलू डाले और मिश्रण को अच्छी तरह से मिला ले. डोसे का जो आपने कवच बनाया था उसमे ये मसाला डाले और उसे गोल रोल कर ले और गरमा-गर्म डोसे को सांबर और चटनी के साथ परोसे…..
आपका #दक्षिण भारतीय #मसाला डोसा #South Indian #Masala Dosa तैयार है

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Chamak Chamak ghughra paglya me baje by Discovery of Rajasthan

Chamak Chamak ghughra paglya me baje by Discovery of Rajasthan

In Rajasthan , the music is according to the different castes in which these castes come - Langa , Sapera , Manganiar Bhopa and Jogi . Here there are two traditional classes of musicians , one Langa and the other demander . The song of women in traditional music in Rajasthan which is very famous, which is called ( panihari ). Apart from these musicians of different castes sing in different ways. Snake Bean playing snake is Nchata then bhopal which grass is singing. Music of Rajasthan A lot of songs have been sung on folk deities Apart from these, people of different castes sing different ways. If the snake beats the snake by singing the bean , then sing in the Bhodha fad . Rajasthan in the music Lokdewatao is also singing on which mainly Pabuji is sung, Baba Ramdev, Tejaji hymns etc. Lokdewataon.
Rajasthan's music is a music of Rajasthan which is a state of India . Its major music zones are Jodhpur , Jaipur , Jaisalmer and Udaipur . Similar music is also heard in the nearby nation Pakistan (Sindh).

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Monday, October 2, 2017

A simple village life in western Rajasthan

A simple village life in western Rajasthan. 

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For what is referred to as a desert, Rajasthan is amazingly populated: its landscape scattered with a number of villages and hamlets, telltale signs of tree groves and populations of cattle being the only indication that there is such a settlement in close proximity. 

The typical village has always been difficult to spot till one is actually upon it. Its simplest hamlets, the most basic form of civilisation with a way of life that has probably remained unchanged since centuries, consists of a collection of huts that are circular, and have thatched roofs.The walls are covered with a plaster of clay, cow dung, and hay, making a termite-free (antiseptic) facade that blends in with the sand of the countryside around it. Boundaries for houses and land holdings, called baras, are made of the dry branches of a nettle-like shrub, the long, sharp thorns a deterrent for straying cattle. 

Eco - friendly Houses --

If a hamlet looks bleak, it is hardly surprising: the resources for building these homes, which are the most eco-friendly living unit, are made with what is available at hand, and in Rajasthan, and particularly so in its western desert regions. This can mean precious little. A village that is even a little larger may have pucca houses, or larger living units, usually belonging to the village Zamindar family. Consisting of courtyards, and a large Nora or cattle enclosure, attached to one side or at the entrance, these are made of a mixture of sun-baked clay bricks covered with a plaster of lime. 

Decorative Facades--

Decorative facades in such units are limited to creating a texture in the plaster in the facade, or using simple lime colours to create vibrant patterns at the entrance, and outside the kitchen. These homes capture, for many of its residents, the only cosmos they know. For the women, but for visits within the village community, the only social occasions were in the nature of pilgrimages which were usually combined with fairs. But it is when they step out that the stark desert and the village break into a feast of colour: turbans bob past in saffron and red; skirts billow beneath mantles that veil the faces of their women- if they didn't, the jewels that glint on their foreheads and faces would add to the shocking surprise of their magentas and their blues, greens and pinks. 

A Multi-community Settlement--

Each village is a multi-community settlement, the various castes creating a structure of dependence based on the nature of their work. While changes are being wrought in this structure, with ceilings on land holdings, and with young seeking employment opportunities in towns distant from their villages, the social fabric has still not been rent. 
The royal state of Rajasthan is steeped in art and culture that reflects the Indian way of life. The people of Rajasthan celebrate their traditions with great pomp and fervour. Rajasthani traditions, rites and rituals can be traced back to a thousand years, right up to the Vedas. Every important occasion comes with particular procedures and processes that are very unique to this state. Here's presenting a few of them

Your welcome to visit Rajasthan village.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Jaipur Metro Travel Guide By Discovery of Rajasthan

Jaipur Metro Travel Guide By Discovery of Rajasthan

Jaipur Metro is a rapid transit system in the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Construction on the mostly elevated part of the first line, called Phase 1A, comprising 9.63 kilometres (5.98 mi) of route from Mansarovar to Chandpole Bazaar, started on 13 November 2010, and was completed in 2014. The project's commercial run was delayed to December 2014, and then to April 2015. After receiving safety clearance from Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) in May 2015, Jaipur Metro began commercial service between Chandpole and Mansarovar on 3 June 2015. The Jaipur Metro Rail system is India's sixth metro rail system after those in Kolkata, Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Gurgaon and Mumbai. 

It was the fastest built metro system in India, until the Lucknow Metro surpassed it.

Jaipur Metro is the first metro in India to run on Double-storey elevated road and Metro track.
The Jaipur Metro is being built in 2 phases. Phase I consists of the Pink Line and Phase II consists of the Orange Line. Currently, the Pink Line is under construction. The implementation of Phase 1A of the project (Mansarover to Chandpole having the length of about 9.63 km) including the civil works, permanent way, depot and traction and power supply, etc. was being managed by DMRC. The AFC, telecom and Chaupar to Chandpole). Phase I-A completed 9 stations and 9.63 kilometres (5.98 mi) of route length, of which 0.95 kilometres (0.59 mi) is underground and 9.13 kilometres (5.67 mi) is elevated.

The remainder of the first line, Phase I-B (2.349 kilometres (1.460 mi), 2 stations), is scheduled to be completed by 2018. Phase II (23.099 kilometres (14.353 mi), 20 stations) is planned to be completed by 2021. With the completion of Phases 1 and II, the network will span 35.078 kilometres (21.796 mi) and 31 stations.

A concession for operation and maintenance of the Stage 1 and Stage 2 is to be let on PPP basis.
Trains operate at a frequency of 10 to 15 minutes between 6:45 and 21:00 depending peak and off-peak time. Trains operating within the network typically travel at speed up to 40 km/h (25 mph), and stop for about 20–40 seconds at each station. Automated station announcements are recorded in Hindi and English. Many stations have services such as Parking lot, ATMs and mobile recharge. Eating, drinking, smoking, and chewing of gum are prohibited in the entire system. The metro also has a sophisticated fire alarm system for advance warning in emergencies, and fire retardant material is used in trains as well as on the premises of stations. Navigation information will sooner be available on Google Transit. The first coach of every train is reserved for women. For the convenience of customers, Jaipur Metro commuters have three choices for ticket purchase. The RFID tokens are valid only for a single journey on the day of purchase and the value depends on the distance travelled, with fares for a single journey ranging from Rs. 50 to Rs. 150. Fares are calculated based on the origin and destination stations using a fare chart and it also depends on peak rush in Metro. Travel cards are available for longer durations and are most convenient for frequent commuters. Tourist cards can be used for unlimited travel on the Jaipur Metro network over short periods of time. There are two kinds of tourist cards valid for one and three days respectively. Jaipur Metro also has introduced a Combo Card. JMRC has already entered into a MoU with HDFC Bank and accordingly co-branded Combo Cards will be issued by HDFC Bank which will be used on Jaipur Metro system just like Daily Commuter Smart Cards issued by Jaipur Metro.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Shekhawati dance on folk music as a traditional dance

Shekhawati dance on folk music

In Rajasthan , the music is according to the different castes in which these castes come - Langa , Sapera , Manganiar Bhopa and Jogi . Here there are two traditional classes of musicians , one Langa and the other demander . The song of women in traditional music in Rajasthan which is very famous, which is called ( panihari ). Apart from these musicians of different castes sing in different ways. Snake Bean playing snake is Nchata then bhopal which grass is singing. Music of Rajasthan A lot of songs have been sung on folk deities Apart from these, people of different castes sing different ways. If the snake beats the snake by singing the bean , then sing in the Bhodha fad . Rajasthan in the music Lokdewatao is also singing on which mainly Pabuji is sung, Baba Ramdev, Tejaji hymns etc. Lokdewataon.

Rajasthan's music is a music of Rajasthan which is a state of India . Its major music zones are Jodhpur , Jaipur , Jaisalmer and Udaipur . Similar music is also heard in the nearby nation Pakistan ( Sindh ).

Shekhawati dance on folk music. In this video a couple performs on DJ sound in a marriage party. The music is local Rajasthani. Rajasthan’s other popular somg is ‘Ghoomar’. Ghoomar is a traditional folk dance of Rajasthan, India. The dance is chiefly performed by veiled women who wear flowing dresses called ghaghara. It was ranked 4th in the list of "Top 10 local dances around the world" in 2013. The dance typically involves performers pirouetting while moving in and out of a wide circle. The word ghoomna describes the twirling movement of the dancers and is the basis of the word ghoomar. Ghoomar is often performed on special occasions, such as at weddings and during weddings, festivals and religious occasions. which sometimes lasts for hours.

As a traditional dance, Ghoomar often includes traditional songs such as "Gorband", "Podina", "Rumal" and "Mor Bole Re". Songs might be centered on royal legends or their traditions.
Karma dance or Karma Naach is a tribal dance. The Karma dance is a tribal community dance performed by the Gonds,Binjahal, Kharia, Oraon, Kisan and Kol and other tribal annually during the karma festival. Karma is a famous autumnal festival, it starts from the 11th day of the bright fortnight of the month of Bhadrab. It is performed in the tribal dominant areas of Western Orissa, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Karma means 'fate'. This folk dance is performed during the worship of the god of fate which is known as Karam Devta. People consider the god of fate as the cause of good and bad fortune.
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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Story of Potter's, How they make hand made pots and lamps by Discovery of Rajasthan

Story of Potter's, How they make hand made pots and lamps.

The study of pottery can help to provide an insight into past cultures. Pottery is durable, and fragments, at least, often survive long after artefacts made from less-durable materials have decayed past recognition. Combined with other evidence, the study of pottery artefacts is helpful in the development of theories on the organisation, economic condition and the cultural development of the societies that produced or acquired pottery. The study of pottery may also allow inferences to be drawn about a culture's daily life, religion, social relationships, attitudes towards neighbours, attitudes to their own world and even the way the culture understood the universe.

Chronologies based on pottery are often essential for dating non-literate cultures and are often of help in the dating of historic cultures as well. Trace-element analysis, mostly by neutron activation, allows the sources of clay to be accurately identified and the thermoluminescence test can be used to provide an estimate of the date of last firing. Examining fired pottery shards from prehistory, scientists learned that during high-temperature firing, iron materials in clay record the exact state of Earth's magnetic field at that exact moment.

Kumhar is a caste or community in India and Pakistan. Kumhar literally means potter in Indian languages

In Rajasthan, Kumhars (Also known as Prajapat) have six sub-groups namely Mathera, Kumavat, Kheteri, Marwara, Timria and Mawalia. In the social hierarchy of Rajasthan, they are placed in the middle of the higher castes and the Harijans. They follow endogamy with clan exogamy

A section of Hindu Kumhars honorifically call themselves Prajapati after Vedic Prajapati, the Lord, who created the universe.

According to a legend prevalent among Kumhars

Once Brahma divided sugarcane among his sons and each of them ate his share, but the Kumhara who was greatly absorbed in his work, forgot to eat. The piece which he had kept near his clay lump struck root and soon grew into a sugarcane plant. A few days later, when Brahma asked his sons for sugarcane, none of them could give it to him, excepting the Kumhara who offered a full plant. Brahma was pleased by the devotion of the potter to his work and awarded him the title Prajapati.

There is an opinion that this is because of their traditional creative skills of pottery, they are regarded as Prajapati.

काचरा और गुवार फली का आचार

गुवार फली

काचरा और गुवार फली का आचार बहुत ही स्वादिस्ट होता है। 

सबसे पहले खेत में से पके हुये काचरे इक्कठे कर लेने चाहिए। उनको धोकर छाँव में सुखा देना चाहिए, दो दिन बाद इनको 4-5 टुकड़ो में काटकर (लम्बाई के आकार में) साफ कपड़े पर हल्का नमक डालकर सुखाना चाहिए। जब नमक एक दो दिन में इन के अंदर सोख लिया जाये तो हल्के हल्के बीज अलग कर दिजीए। अब मसाला तैयार करके कडाही में तैल गर्म होने के लिए चढा देना चाहिए। जब तैल गर्म हो जाये तो मसाले का छौंक लगाा दिजिए। फिर इसे आधा घन्टे तक गर्म किजिए। अब कटे हुये काचरे के टुकड़ो को इस में मिला लिजिए। 5-7 मिनट के बीद किसी साफ बर्तन में निकाल लिजिये। जब ये ठंडा हो जाये तो इसमें थोड़ा तैल और गर्म करके उपर तक ढक दिजिए। अब इसे किसी ठंडे छायादार स्थान में रख दें। 10-15 दिन के बाद जब काचरे के टुकड़े मुलायम हो जाये तो खाने में प्रयोग करें।
ध्यान रहे जब बर्तन में से तैयार आचार को निकाले तो साफ हाथो से निकालें, आटे से सने हाथों का प्रयोग न करें । खाने के लिए निकालने के बाद सुनिश्चित करें कि तैल उपर तक हो। 
इस प्रकार आप इसे लम्बे समय तक प्रयोग मे ला सकते है, अन्यथा फंगस लगने का डर रहता है। 

Saturday, September 23, 2017

हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार जहां सती देवी के शरीर के अंग गिरे, वहां वहां शक्ति पीठ बन गईं।

हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार जहां सती देवी के शरीर के अंग गिरे, वहां वहां शक्ति पीठ बन गईं।

पुराणों के अनुसार सती के शव के विभिन्न अंगों से बावन शक्तिपीठों का निर्माण हुआ था। इसके पीछे यह पौराणिक कथा है कि दक्ष प्रजापति ने कनखल (हरिद्वार) में 'बृहस्पति सर्व' नामक यज्ञ रचाया। उस यज्ञ में ब्रह्मा, विष्णु, इंद्र और अन्य देवी-देवताओं को आमंत्रित किया गया, लेकिन जान-बूझकर अपने जमाता भगवान शंकर को नहीं बुलाया। शंकरजी की पत्नी और दक्ष की पुत्री सती पिता द्वारा न बुलाए जाने पर और शंकरजी के रोकने पर भी यज्ञ में भाग लेने गईं। यज्ञ-स्थल पर सती ने अपने पिता दक्ष से शंकर जी को आमंत्रित न करने का कारण पूछा और पिता से उग्र विरोध प्रकट किया। इस पर दक्ष प्रजापति ने भगवान शंकर को अपशब्द कहे। इस अपमान से पीड़ित हुई सती ने यज्ञ-अग्नि कुंड में कूदकर अपनी प्राणाहुति दे दी। भगवान शंकर को जब इस दुर्घटना का पता चला तो क्रोध से उनका तीसरा नेत्र खुल गया। भगवान शंकर के आदेश पर उनके गणों के उग्र कोप से भयभीत सारे देवता ऋषिगण यज्ञस्थल से भाग गये। भगवान शंकर ने यज्ञकुंड से सती के पार्थिव शरीर को निकाल कंधे पर उठा लिया और दुःखी हुए इधर-उधर घूमने लगे। तदनंतर सम्पूर्ण विश्व को प्रलय से बचाने के लिए जगत के पालनकर्त्ता भगवान विष्णु ने चक्र से सती के शरीर को काट दिया। तदनंतर वे टुकड़े 52 जगहों पर गिरे। वे 52 स्थान शक्तिपीठ कहलाए। सती ने दूसरे जन्म में हिमालयपुत्री पार्वती के रूप में शंकर जी से विवाह किया।

एक डॉक्यूमेंट्री सीकर के शक्ति पीठ शाकम्बरी मंदिर की। 

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Character Idea

1. Vowel  

2. Consonants

Characters Definition:-

Characters: - The smallest voice of any language is called character, i.e., the sound that has been finalized and is not possible to be split further is called the character as:- क, च, ट, त, प् etc

Letter Definition:-

When a character or a group of characters is pronounced by a shock of the tongue, then that character or group of characters is often called Letter as:-क, च, ट, त, प, अ, इ, उ, ऋ etc.

Vowel sounds are included in the original sounds, due to which they are not further divided and their pronunciation is also accompanied by a shock of the organ, so the vowel sounds are included in both the characters and the letters.

Differentiation of Characters:-

Characters are mainly considered to be of two types

  1. Vowels characters 
  2. Consonant characters

Vowels characters:-

When pronouncing a sound, when the breath arises from the lungs, without any obstruction in the air mouth, without obstruction, it goes out of the mouth, then the sound is called the vowel sound.
Generally, automated sounds are called vowel sounds from the mouth.

The following 11 vowel sounds are considered in the Hindi alphabet.
अ, आ, इ, ई, उ, ऊ, ऋ, ए, ऐ, ओ, औ।

Development of Hindi language:-

Sanskrit> Pali> Prakrit> Apabhrash> Hindi
Sanskrit 13 vowels, Pali 10 vowels, Prakrit 10 vowels, Apabhrishna 8 vowels, Hindi vowel 11

Special facts

The development value of Hindi language is considered from the Sanskrit language as given above. In Sanskrit language, 13 vowels are accepted, main vowels 9
ए ई उ ऊ ऋ लृ ए ओ एल आई
Other long vowel 4
Total 10 vowels were accepted in Pali and natural language as- अ आ इ ई उ ऊ ए ऐ हो हो
A total of 8 vowels were accepted in the Apabhramsh language as अ आ इ ई उ ऊ ए ओ

Classification of Vowel sounds of Hindi

All 11 vocal sounds in Hindi are classified on the following 5 bases

  • Depending on the symbolic. 
  • On the basis of pronunciation.
  • On the basis of the gravity of the tongue. 
  • On the basis of the rounding of the lips.
  • On the basis of the face.

On the basis of symbolic  

On this basis, vowels are considered as three types.

  1. As Hsu (ह्स्व)-अ इ उ ऋ  
  2. Long vowel, joint vowel, two symbolic vowel आ ई ऊ ए ऐ ओ औ
  3. प्लुत स्वर

Note:- that two vowels come together on the composition of long vowels, so these are called joint vowels as well Joint vowel
आ =अ +अ
ई =इ +इ
ऊ =उ +उ 

ए =अ +इ
ऐ =अ +ए
ओ =अ +उ
औ =अ +ओ

  1. 3. Flute vowel

No vowel is generally fluttered, but when it takes 3 times the normal pronunciation in a vowel, then heaven is assumed to be a looted voice, to show the heavenly plural form, it is often used with the small sss symbol like ओम्म् =Ōm' Om

Classification of vowels on the basis of symbolic

The first thing that was done by Panini Muni was in the form of Ashtadhayi composition.
continue .............

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

A Secret Love Story of A Girl Who Fall in Love in School Life.

A Secret Love Story.

A Secret Love Story of A Girl.

It was never a happy ending love story. In fact, it was never what I have expected it to be. Our story started in “once upon a time”.. And like in fairy tales, I hoped for a happy one. But..our story never had a “happily ever after”. Not like Cinderella who got married with his prince charming after she fit a glass shoe.. Not like Aurora who woke up from deep sleep after being kissed with her Prince.. Not like Snow white who overcame death after she was kissed by her true love.. Not like Fiona who was rescued by his brave Shrek. It was never a fairy tale.. It never was..

Her first meeting. 

We met by chance. It was never planned. I believed that it was fate who brought us together. I was a High School student when I decided to transfer to a public school.. the school I once hated.

Everything was new to me. No friends.. no acquaintances. I thought I would be isolated for the rest of the school year. But eventually, I was able to make friends.

Like some high school girls, I was also hoping for a high school love. When I was younger, I could hear teenagers from our village talking about how "nakakakilig" it was to have a boyfriend in high school. I could see their happy faces.. I could hear them giggle every time they mention their boyfriends' names. I could feel how in love they were. So.. I started hoping, too. I started believing in love.

I had boyfriends before I transferred.And I admit, I was not really good in relationships. I often got dumped.. left out.. and hurt. I was not really sure why. Maybe..for them.. I was not good enough. I don't have a pretty face.. My body is not that fit, too. All I could be proud of is my brain.  ..

I was walking alone on the hallway.. spacing out. Thinking random things.. Then suddenly, I heard someone whistled. I wasn't sure if the one who whistled was aiming for my attention but, I still looked for him. And there.. I saw the most handsome guy I have ever seen in my life .. OA?? Naah.. He really is good looking. With those firm black eyes.. pointed nose.. soft cheeks.. kissable lips.. (in short, makalaglag panty na kaguwapuhan)..

Her feeling about Love.

The guy was looking at me. .. I was shy. I didn't know how to react so I just nodded at him. Then, he asked for my number. For someone who wanted to have a love life badly.. I didn't think twice . I gave him my cellphone numberand walked away with a smile on my face ..

We started texting each other. We exchanged stories..shared thoughts. I never thought that someone as handsome as him would pay attention to someone as plain-looking as me    . I never expected that he was fun to talk with. He was a good listener and a great story teller. Everyday..he would spend time texting me.. And I was really happy .

We often see each other at school. We were classmates, by the way. He would always smile at me and I would smile back. Though we didn't talk with each other personally, we could understand each other perfectly.

Start loving each other.

As days went by.. I fell in love with him.   . And I believed he felt the same way, too. HE said I was special and that he was happy when he met me. And so we started dating. He became my special one. I couldn't imagine the joy I felt that day. If only I could share this moment with my friends .

Falling in deep love.

We decided not to tell anyone about our relationship. At school, we never talked. We won't even throw glances with each other. We were afraid that people would judge our relationship. For us, it was best for them not to know. Every night he would come to my house. He would spend three hours with me. We talked.. we laughed.. we held hands.. Even if we never talked at school, he would always do small sweet stuffs.. like leaving chocolates and flowers on my desk.. send someone to bring me snacks during break time.. writing small notes for me  . I was contented. I was happy. I never thought that I could love someone so dearly.

Time passed so fast and we celebrated our first anniversary. We faced struggles.. we had our own mistakes. We fought.. we had misunderstandings. But at the end.. we stayed together.

In the second year of our relationship.. we faced a huge challenge. He was really kind and good looking so it was not a shock for me if many girls were aiming for him. I was aware of the girls who had a crush on him...

Emotional and many obstacles.

The sad thing about our relationship was that I couldn't fight for him in front of the people around us. I couldn't hold his hands when someone was trying to get him. I couldn't tell those girls to back off because he's mine. I heard gossips about him having girlfriends.. Some would actually do silly things just to get him. He didn't deny.. he didn't say a word. He was so nice that he couldn't bare to hurt them.   But... what he didn't know was that I was hurt.. it really hurts like hell.

I still stayed by his side. We still see each other every night. We talked like nothing happened.. we laughed.. we held hands. For me, being with him was enough. I decided to ignore all the gossips I heard.. I would trust him and give him all my heart.

Did you ever love someone wholeheartedly? Like.. that person became your life.?   He became your strength and at the same time.. your weakness?? Have you ever sacrificed for the one you love? Have you ever set aside your pains for you to be able to stay by his side? If you do.. then you would understand me.  

I believed in what we had. .I believed in happily ever after. I hoped for our relationship to last. I hoped to be his one and only love.

I didn't want our relationship to end. We were still young that time but I was sure I loved him. he was the one I wanted to be with.. But..

Heights of emotions. 

My life was shattered.. My heart was broken into debris. My pain was a kind of pain that your tears won't even drop and you feel nothing. It's like the world has just ended. You don't cry.. you can't hear.. you don't want to see. And for a second.. your heart dies. I lost the concept of living.. I stopped attending classes. I drowned myself in depression.. I got drunk.. I isolated myself.. I was really miserable. And it was all because I loved him.

After how many days of living in darkness. .. it was still his face who could give light in my world. He was still the one who could give me the strength to stand up.. to fix the life that he broke. I would try to accept the fact that we were not meant for each other and we were not destined to be with each other. He was holding the hands of the one he truly loves.. and those hands were not mine. Come to think of it??!! I never really heard him say he loves me. I never asked. I was afraid to ask. I was scared...

What I could not accept was.. he tied knots with her while we were still in a relationship. I was left hanging.. I was left alone. I hoped.. I believed.. I expected. That someday.. the two of us will be together forever. The pain was so much for me to deal with.. but.. no one knows the pangs that I was going through. They judged me .. they laughed at me. They didn't know that it was because of him.. It was all because I loved him.

Days passed and we graduated. I was able to overcame the heartache.. I was able to hide my pains. I tried my best to stand up.. to pick all the pieces of my heart and pasted them together. I was still broken.. but, I was fighting. Yes.. he was my life.. he was my everything. But.. I prayed. .and I still got HIM (the Almighty) . Before graduation.. I wrote him a letter..

After lover got married to another Girl.

My dearest star,
How are you and your wife? I hope that you are having a happy married life.
..I am okay. I am going to be okay so don't worry about me. I am a fighter, you know that. I've been into so many heartaches but I am still standing up. Another one wouldn't kill me  ..
I just want to let you know that I loved you.. I really do. Forgetting you..and all the memories we had is hard. I want to be angry with you.. I want you to feel all the pains that I've been through.. But I think it's useless now. because I could see that you are happy. You are my life.. you are my light. That's why after losing you, I lost everything, too. But... I'm tired. I'm fed up. So.. I will try to move on. No!! I will move on.

Thank you so much for letting me love you.. for letting me experience the joy of being inlove. I was really happy during our relationship. I would not regret a single thing of what we had before. I was happy to meet you.. to be friends with you.. to talk with you.. to laugh with you..and to be in love with you. I have already accepted the fact that it wasn't meant to be. I wish we were in Fairy tales.. So that we could both live happily ever after. Reality hurts..but this is where we belong.

You will always be a part of me. But I won't be holding on to you. I am now ready to let go of your hand that once held mine. I wish you to be happy.. to have a wonderful life with your wife. I will be okay. Don't worry.. I still believe in love. And someday, I know, I would meet my true love.
Letting you go,

He was not able to read the letter because along with my feelings..I burned it. If you love someone.. expect that pain will always be there. Until you find the one for you.. you will experience pain and heartaches. Be strong.. fight. And even if you are hurt over and over again.. please don't stop believing in Love.

Saturday, September 2, 2017

How to learn Hindi in easy way.

Hye friends, I am starting a new session for those readers who are interested in learning Hindi language. There may be Hindi speakers, and non-Hindi speakers too. Well Hindi-speaking Hindi speakers know Hindi, but if talk about vowels, consonants and alphabets, then 90% of people will fail in it. Good thing if you know the Hindi language, you still have a request from us to look at it carefully and test yourself as to where you are right.

I want to help those non-Hindi speaking people who visit my blog. Whether they are in Australia, in Canada, in the US or in England or in any non-Hindi speaking country. For those people, I will publish step by step Hindi session here. You must be passionate about any language to learn it. No magic works in it. If you practice perseverance with strenuous effort, it will be easy for you.

I have taught Hindi to many people who do not know about Hindi. I have served many such people on the Skype.

Why will anyone learn any language?
There can be many reasons for this. You want to know about the cultural heritage there. You work in a company there Your friend can be the speaker of that language. And you are having trouble communicating. Or your obsession may be towards that language.

Why should you learn Hindi language?

  1. Language is a medium to communicate your expression with others and understand their expressions. In these days, India is growing very fast in term of economically, business, cultural and many more. In future, Hindi language will become the most spoken language in the world. Behind this India’s population is also increasing parallel, that’s why a lot of opportunities and probability of trade and business will come in near future.                                
  2. Travel to India. India is one of the most exotic, fascinating and exciting places in the world. Its rich history and culture have significantly influenced the civilization in the East. India’s wonderful heritage is manifested in its intricate temples, elaborate architecture and other awe-inspiring landmarks Learning Hindi will help you fully embrace the culture of Hindi with exotic Indian poetry, literature, wisdom, belief system, and philosophy. Hindi is based on Sanskrit which share common ancestry with many other languages around the world.                  
  3. India is one of the most exotic tourist locations in the world. Picturing India one can imagine the wonders they can behold the fabulous white-domed Taj Mahal, cups of steaming chai tea, spicy cuisine, women’s vibrant colored saris, intricate temples, sacred cows, elephant rides, rickshaws and bustling streets will inevitably come to mind. Visitors come to see Delhi’s landmarks, enjoy Goa’s sandy beaches, marvel at Karnataka’s monumental architecture, experience Mumbai’s cosmopolitan nightlife and admire the palaces of Rajasthan.                      
  4. Most of people want to come India for picnic, trade & business. If they don’t know the local language, culture and atmosphere they will not enjoy completely and face difficulty to grow up their trade and business. You can contact to me for learning Hindi grammar, vocabulary, fluency etc. If you want to visit in India, enjoy your trip, want to communicate in Hindi, want to watch Bollywood movies, want to read Indian classical literature or want to understand Indian culture, I invite you to start the journey with me by learning Hindi.

Come on, no matter what the cause can be.We talk about how to learn Hindi. I divide it into several parts. First of all we will talk about vowels. What are the vowels, how many are, how it is pronounced, how is written?

Like English, there are 5 vowels. Well Hindi has 11 vowels. We divide this into 3 parts for learning purpose. First we will know that ..

1. How to write?

2. How to read?

3. How do you speak? (Pronunciation)

Now I am going to tell you how to write 11 vowels today. After this, we will discuss about how to read them in the second lesson. This will also be practiced and identified with accentuation.

अ =(aदरक = Ginger



ई=(ī)=Reed, Sugarcane







Thus the first lesson of vow ends. If you have any questions, then ask me by feedback. I would be happy to answer your questions. I will focus on its pronunciation in the next phase.

Thank you have a nice day.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

क्या यही जीवन की सच्चाई है। Think about it !!!

सोचो साथ क्या जायेगा। 

*एक बेहतरीन मैसेज....* क्या यही जीवन की सच्चाई है। 

क्या हम *बिल्डर्स, इंटीरियर डिजाइनर्स, केटरर्स और डेकोरेटर्स के लिए कमा रहे हैं ???*

*हम बड़े बड़े क़ीमती मकानों और बेहद खर्चीली शादियों से* किसे इम्प्रेस करना चाहते हैं ???

क्या आपको याद है कि, *दो दिन पहले किसी की शादी पर आपने क्या खाया था ???*

जीवन के प्रारंभिक वर्षों में *क्यों हम पशुओं की तरह काम में जुते रहते हैं ???*

कितनी पीढ़ियों के *खान पान और लालन पालन की व्यवस्था करनी है हमें ???*

हम में से *अधिकाँश लोगों के दो बच्चे हैं। बहुतों का तो सिर्फ एक ही बच्चा है।*

हमारी जरूरत कितनी हैं और *हम पाना कितना चाहते हैं ???*
*इस बारे में सोचिए।*

क्या हमारी *अगली पीढ़ी कमाने में सक्षम नहीं है जो, हम उनके लिए ज्यादा से ज्यादा सेविंग कर देना चाहते हैं !?!*

क्या हम *सप्ताह में डेढ़ दिन अपने मित्रों, अपने परिवार और अपने लिए स्पेयर नहीं कर सकते ???*

क्या आप *अपनी मासिक आय का 5 % अपने आनंद के लिए, अपनी ख़ुशी के लिए खर्च करते हैं ???*
*सामान्यतः जवाब नहीं में ही होता है।*

*हम कमाने के साथ साथ आनंद भी क्यों नहीं प्राप्त कर सकते ???*

इससे पहले कि *आप स्लिप डिस्क्स का शिकार हो जाएँ, इससे पहले कि, कोलोस्ट्रोल आपके हार्ट को ब्लॉक कर दे, आनंद प्राप्ति के लिए समय निकालिए !!!*

*हम किसी प्रॉपर्टी के मालिक नहीं होते, सिर्फ कुछ कागजातों, कुछ दस्तावेजों पर अस्थाई रूप से हमारा नाम लिखा होता है।*

*ईश्वर भी व्यंग्यात्मक रूप से हँसेगा जब कोई उसे कहेगा कि, " मैं जमीन के इस टुकड़े का मालिक हूँ " !!*

किसी के बारे में, *उसके शानदार कपड़े और बढ़िया कार देखकर, राय कायम मत कीजिए।*

हमारे *महान गणित और विज्ञान के शिक्षक स्कूटर पर ही आया जाया करते थे !!*

धनवान होना गलत नहीं है *बल्कि सिर्फ धनवान होना गलत है।*

*आइए जिंदगी को पकड़ें, इससे पहले कि, जिंदगी हमें पकड़ ले...*

एक दिन *हम सब जुदा हो जाएँगे, तब अपनी बातें, अपने सपने हम बहुत मिस करेंगे।*

*दिन, महीने, साल गुजर जाएँगे, शायद कभी कोई संपर्क भी नहीं रहेगा। एक रोज हमारी बहुत पुरानी तस्वीर देखकर हमारे बच्चे हम से पूछेंगे कि, " तस्वीर में ये दुसरे लोग कौन हैं ?? "*

*तब हम मुस्कुराकर अपने अदृश्य आँसुओं के साथ बड़े फख्र से कहेंगे---" ये वो लोग हैं, जिनके साथ मैंने अपने जीवन के बेहतरीन दिन गुजारे हैं। "*

*इस मैसेज को अपने उन सभी मित्रों को पोस्ट कीजिए, जिन्हें आप कभी भूल नहीं पाएँगे।*

*उन्हें पोस्ट कीजिए जो कभी भी आपकी मुस्कान की वजह बने थे।*

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Accidental Death & Compensation: (Income Tax Return Required)

Section 166 of the Motor act

1988 (Supreme Court Judgment under Civil Appeal No. 9858 of 2013
Car Accident

Arising out of SLP (C) No. 1056 of 2008) Dt 31 Oct 2013.

Accidental Death & Compensation:
(Income Tax Return Required)

अगर किसी व्यक्ति की accidental death होती है और वह व्यक्ति पिछले तीन साल से लगातार इनकम टैक्स रिटर्न फ़ाइल कर रहा था तो उसकी पिछले तीन साल की एवरेज सालाना इनकम की दस गुना राशि उस व्यक्ति के परिवार को देने के लिए सरकार बाध्य है ।
जी हाँ , आपको आश्चर्य हो रहा होगा यह सुनकर लेकिन यह बिलकुल सही सरकारी नियम है , उदहारण के तौर पर अगर किसी की सालाना आय क्रमशः पहले दूसरे और तीसरे साल चार लाख पांच लाख और छः लाख है तो उसकी औसत आय पांच लाख का दस गुना मतलब पचास लाख रूपए उस व्यक्ति के परिवार को सरकार से मिलने का हक़ है।
ज़्यादातर जानकारी के अभाव में लोग यह क्लेम सरकार से नहीं लेते हैं ।
जाने वाले की कमी तो कोई पूरी नहीं कर सकता है लेकिन अगर पैसा पास में हो तो भविष्य सुचारू रूप से चल सकता है ।
अगर लगातार तीन साल तक रिटर्न दाखिल नहीं किया है तो ऐसा नहीं है कि परिवार को पैसा नहीं मिलेगा लेकिन ऐसे केस में सरकार एक डेढ़ लाख देकर किनारा कर लेती है, लेकिन अगर लगातार तीन साल तक लगातार रिटर्न फ़ाइल किया गया है तो ऐसी स्थिति में केस ज़्यादा मजबूत होता है और यह माना जाता है कि मरने वाला व्यक्ति अपने परिवार का रेगुलर अर्नर था और अगर वह जिन्दा रहता तो अपने परिवार के लिए अगले दस सालो में वर्तमान आय का दस गुना तो कमाता ही जिससे वह अपने परिवार का अच्छी तरह से पालन पोषण कर पाता ।
सब सर्विस वाले लोग हैं और रेगुलर अर्नर हैं लेकिन बहुत से लोग रिटर्न फ़ाइल नहीं करते है जिसकी वजह से न तो कंपनी द्वारा काटा हुआ पैसा सरकार से वापस लेते हैं और न ही इस प्रकार से मिलने वाले लाभ का हिस्सा बन पाते हैं ।
इधर जल्दी में हमारे कई साथी / भाई एक्सीडेंटल डेथ में हमारा साथ छोड़ गए लेकिन जानकारी के अभाव में उनके परिवार को आर्थिक लाभ नहीं मिल पाया ।

अगर आप I.T. Return फाइल नहीं करते अब जरूर फ़ाइल करें ।

Section 166 of the Motor act

1988 (Supreme Court Judgment under Civil Appeal No. 9858 of 2013

Arising out of SLP (C) No. 1056 of 2008) Dt 31 Oct 2013.

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