31 August 2008

Ramadan/Ramzan Mubarak:1st sep'2008

When i heard the news of starting of Ramadan/ramzan month, i dove into the sweet memories of my childhood when my friends used to keep the fast(sawm) the whole day and in the evening we unitedly had a great evening meal, the taste i can not forget.Those were great days when we used to have delicious sweets at my friends home and at the end on Id( Id-ul-fitr) a grand treat with lots of sweets and sawyai , really Delicious. From them i come to know about what Ramadan is (we used to call it ramazan) and why fasting is done and also everything about the pious month of Ramadan, i got so interested that i even learned Urdu and read some para of quran and i still enjoy the id with a great zeal and enthusiasm.

some facts about Ramadan in brief this year 2008:

Ramadan is the month during which the Quran was revealed.
Ramadan starts the day after the sighting of the crescent moon that marks the beginning of a new lunar month. Religious authorities in much of the Middle East declared that Monday ,1st September will be start of the holy month of Ramadan, when observant Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. Official statements were issued in Yemen, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and the Palestinian territories saying the holy month will start on Monday. Religious authorities in Syria, Qatar and Kuwait agreed.

To know all about Ramadan/Ramzan try the following links:
To Know various terms and what and how about ramadan try this link (FAQ):

Some news link to Ramadan/Ramzan:
Get free Ramadan sms for your dear ones:

Ramadan Mubarak
Ke Ibtida Hai
Hamay Ziada Se Ziada
Nekian Kamanay
Or buraiyon Se Dur
Hone Ki toufeeq Ata Farma..

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

29 August 2008

Onam Wishes: Onapookkalam Art

Onam is the biggest festival in the Indian state of Kerala. Onam Festival falls during the Malayali month of Chingam (Aug - Sep, 12th sep'2008) and marks the homecoming of legendary King Mahabali. Carnival of Onam lasts for ten days and brings out the best of Kerala culture and tradition. Intricately decorated Pookalam, ambrosial Onasadya, breathtaking Snake Boat Race and exotic Kaikottikali dance are some of the most remarkable features of Onam - the harvest festival in Kerala.
Poo - means flower. Kalam means special shape. Pookalams (flower mats) are usually circular in shape.

Onapookkalam is made of various kinds of flowers. Commonly used flowers include Thumba (Lucas Aspera), Kakka Poovu, Thechipoovu, Mukkutti (little tree plant), Chemparathy (shoe flower), Aripoo or Konginipoo (Lantana), Hanuman Kireedom (Red pagoda plant) and Chethi (Ixora). Of all these flowers, Thumba flowers are given more importance in Pookkalam as they are small in size and glitter in the soft rays of the sun.

'Thumba Poo' is also considered to be the favourite flower of Lord Shiva and King Mahabali was a devout worshipper of Shiva.

Various societies and business groups all over the state organize Pookalam decoration competitions (Creating abstract patterns with petals, the floral carpet competition) on the day of Onam.

Big prizes are also offered in these contests as they have turned up to be extremely competitive events. Recently, people prepare intricate designs first on computer and then implement it on floor. This saves a lot of time and energy and helps the designers to come up with stunning Pookalams.

Here are some of the very famous Onapookkalam/Pookalam:

(image source:bollybite.com)

To know more about ONAM and Onapookkalam visit:

1) Onam
2) Onamfestival
3) Onam:Carnival of Kerala
4) Onam: Cards and Greetings
Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

28 August 2008

3G services: Soon to start

According to a news today (THE HINDU) Telecommunication minister A RAJA has started the first major breakthrough (auction process for 3G spectrum) for the start of 3g services in INDIA.
"The spectrum auction process would be end by October and I want the operators to roll out their 3G services within this year," Raja said.

BSNL and MTNL, would launch the high-end services by the end of this year. Government has announced the guidelines for the auction of 3G (third generation) spectrum, allowing foreign bidders to participate, who have experience in offering 3G services. It will allot spectrum in the 2.1GHz band for 3G services to GSM players.Government was in favor of a global bid so that it could raise more money from the auction of the spectrum and also to introduce competition in the market.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) argued that existing players already had the infrastructure to offer 3G services, fast and at an incremental cost to customers. Government has thrown open the bid to current mobile service providers holding an Unified Access Service License (UASL), and to any bidder who qualifies for an UASL in India, having experience in 3G services, according to guidelines issued by the Ministry of communications.Foreign bidders fall under the second category, and will have to comply with current UASL rules limiting foreign investment in mobile services companies to 74 per cent of the total equity.
So soon our mobile will be useless and we have to go for a 3G capable mobile, which are coming these days at cheaper rate. Moreover we will be getting high bandwidth and data rate and also Video-conferencing.Ya it is going to rock the Indian communication scenario.
To know more about 3G check below links:

What is 3G?

What is 3G spectrum?

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Lessons on Life

There was a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to judge things too quickly. So he sent them each on a quest, in turn, to go and look at a pear tree that was a great distance away.

The first son went in the winter, the second in the spring, the third in summer, and the youngest son in the fall.

When they had all gone and come back, he called them together to describe what they had seen.
The first son said that the tree was ugly, bent, and twisted.
The second son said no it was covered with green buds and full of promise.
The third son disagreed; he said it was laden with blossoms that smelled so sweet and looked so beautiful, it was the most graceful thing he had ever seen.
The last son disagreed with all of them; he said it was ripe and drooping with fruit, full of life and fulfillment.

The man then explained to his sons that they were all right, because they had each seen but only one season in the tree's life. He told them that you cannot judge a tree, or a person, by only one season, and that the essence of who they are and the pleasure, joy, and love that come from that life can only be measured at the end, when all the seasons are up.

If you give up when it's winter, you will miss the promise of your spring, the beauty of your summer, fulfillment of your fall.

Moral lessons:

Don't let the pain of one season destroy the joy of all the rest.
Don't judge life by one difficult season.
Persevere through the difficult patches and better times are sure to come some time or later.

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

25 August 2008

The Two Rupee Miracle: Soul curry

This happens very rarely but when it happens then it touches my heart and shake my thought for the meaning of ones existence. What is a non-valuable item/money value to one may be very much valuable for someone.
This i'm writing b'coz an article touched my heart and is a must read for those who are extravagant and smokers, Though this sounds more for a smoker but this is for all those who do not give value to money and life values.
The article was published in "TIMES OF INDIA" additional on 24th august in "TIMES LIFE's " "Soul Curry" on page 2 titled "The two-rupee miracle" by Ashis Kumar Gupta.

The article goes as follows:
SOME years ago, on the last leg of the Rajasthan tour, we were headed towards Pushkar, the only city in India with a Brahma temple. As we neared the desolate, sandy landscape made way for people dressed in a riot of colours.
We reached the Brahma temple, where a
serpentine queue awaited the darshan. While some from our group of friends went looking for a ‘quick’ way to get entry, others tried to use the opportunity for a cup of tea, a cigarette or paan. Like other temple cities, we were chased by beggars for alms on every street. As my friend and I lit a cigarette standing at a nearby paan shop, a grey-haired, spectacled and wrinkled old beggar woman approached us with her walking stick for alms of one rupee to help her buy lunch. We looked at her in distaste and refused to oblige. At that moment, a friend called to ask us to hurry up for darshan. We crushed the cigarette with our shoes, I took my son in my arms and asking my wife to follow, left for the temple gates. I could overhear the woman say that, “these young men will burn more than a rupee for their bad habit, but will never give a rupee to a hungry person.I left the place nonchalantly. However, during the darshan, her remarks resounded in my ears. I began wondering if there was some truth to what she had said.

On our return, I found the old woman standing near a shop. I beckoned to her and she came promptly. I asked her who would
give her lunch for a rupee. She replied, “At an alms house. It's virtually free, but they have stipulated this token amount for each meal. We have to deposit the amount before lunch.” I gave my son two rupees to give it to her. Before accepting the money, she promptly took my son's hand in her own and embraced him in her emaciated arms with love and affection, ran her fingers through his hair and prayed to the Almighty for his prosperity. Tears of happiness rolled down her cheeks. I had never witnessed such heartfelt blessings and could never have believed that two rupees could reflect such unbounded joy in a person's eyes.
About an hour later, as we were returning to the hotel after lunch, we found the old woman having her lunch sitting on a stone under the shade of a tree. A little girl in a dirty, torn dress sat beside her, who she was also feeding. I went up to her and asked, “Amma, who is that girl?” She replied, “Sir, this poor girl is new in the city and yet to learn how to beg a rupee from the tourists. She couldn't arrange a rupee today. So, I have brought lunch for her out of the money you gave for dinner. Don’t worry, God will arrange for my dinner.”
I was astonished at her generosity and
could not utter a single word. It was a true lesson. The woman who was not sure whether she would be able to arrange a rupee for her dinner did not hesitate to feed a hungry girl. Her remarks were correct and the proof of how the cost of two cigarettes could feed two hungry people was before me.
For the last time, I tossed the half-burnt cigarette and crushed it under my shoes. I got the strength to quit the habit at that moment. No ‘statutory warning’ on the cigarette packet could teach me the lesson that the beggar woman did that day.

After reading this article i messaged all my near & dears to read this article and quit smoking and also to give value to ur life and also to avoid spending on your bad habits and rather help helpless and also to be more human and do something for the humanity.
Hoping the same from u readers.

KICK THAT BUTT: How to quit smoking

You can stop smoking. It is possible, if you develop a positive thought process and are firm in your decision. Don't be misguided by thinking of people who lived for 80 years and smoked like a chimney or the man who just died when he quit smoking, etc. Instead, read up the benefits that will accrue if you stop smoking. These benefits are scientifically validated. You will find your motivation to quit. If you still can't, consult a counselor.
Benefits of quitting
Risk of heart attack decreases by 50 per cent within 24 hours of quitting smoking, due to reversal of nicotine's effects. Brain aneurysm (bleeding in the brain) goes down by 30-50 per cent. Lung cancer decreases by 80-90 per cent after 15+ years of abstinence. Within three months of quitting, smokers' cough disappears in most cases. Work productivity and self-esteem will improve.
How to quit
THINK HARD l When you pick up a cigarette, just ask yourself why you are smoking. This will help you become aware of smoking, otherwise it often becomes an automatic habit.
STOP IT NOW l If you think of stopping, do it now. Don't postpone.
CREATE AMBIENCE l Go for a dental clean up, as tobacco spoils your teeth. Throw away all the ashtrays. Avoid or reduce attending social gatherings where you have to meet up with seasoned smokers. Smoking a single puff increases the likelihood of a full relapse.
RELAXATION TECHNIQUES l Deep breathing, stretching, exercise, eg, walking and yoga will definitely help.
BUY A CANDY l According to Freud, smokers tend to have an oral fixation. Meaning they want to chew, smoke, eat or drink excessively. Hence, chewing candy helps.
POWER OF ONE l Buy one cigarette at a time instead of picking up a full pack. If you are trying to quit, you may take one or two drags and throw the cigarette. Don't think you are wasting the cigarette. Otherwise, you will be wasting yourself.
TRY, TRY… l Keep trying. Just because the earlier attempts did not help, don't give up.
(Inputs from Dr Anjali Chhabria, Mumbai-based psychiatrist)

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

Happy Janmasthmi: Jai Sri Krishna

Hare Krishna hare Rama...
Govind Bolo hari Gopal bolo...
radha Ramana hari gopal bolo...
Jai Sri Krishna.

Also Visit: Janmashtami-Lord Krishna birth

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

24 August 2008

Rail Sampark no:139

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

23 August 2008

The 10 Secrets : Power

* The First Secret: The power of Love.
Love begins with our thoughts. We become what we think. Loving thoughts create loving experiences and loving relationships. Affirmations can change our beliefs and thoughts about ourselves and others. If we want to love someone, we need to consider their needs and desires. Thinking about your ideal partner will help recognize him or her when you meet.

* The Second Secret: The power of Respect.
You cannot love anyone or anything unless you first respect them. The first person you need to respect is yourself. To begin to gain self-respect ask yourself, "What do I respect about myself? " To gain respect for others, even those you may dislike, ask yourself, "What do I respect about them?"

* The Third Secret: The power of Giving.
If you want to receive love, all you have to do is give it! The more love you give, the more you will receive. To love is to give of yourself, freely and unconditionally. Practice random acts of kindness. The secret formula of a happy, lifelong relationship is to always focus on what you can give instead of you can take.

* The Fourth Secret: The power of Friendship.
To find true love you must first find a true friend. To love someone completely you must love them for who they are not what they look like. Friendship is the soil through which love's seeds grow. If you want to bring love into a relationship, you must first bring friendship.

* The Fifth Secret: The power of Touch.
Touch is one of the most powerful expressions of love, breaking down barriers and bonding relationships. Touch changes our physical and emotional states and makes us more receptive to love.

* The Sixth Secret: The power of Letting go.
If you love something, let it be free. Even in a loving relationship, people need their space. If we want to learn to love, we must first learn to forgive and let go of past hurts and grievances. Love means letting go of our fears, prejudices, egos and conditions.

* The Seventh Secret: The power of Communication.
To love someone is to communicate with them. Let the people you love know; that you love and appreciate them. Never be afraid to say, "I love you." Never let an opportunity pass to praise and acknowledge someone. Always leave someone you love with a loving word ... it could be the last time you see them.

* The Eighth Secret: The power of Commitment.
If you want to have love in abundance, you must be committed to it. Commitment is the true test of love. If you want to have loving relationships, you must be committed to loving relationships. When you are committed to someone or something, quitting is never an option. Commitment distinguishes a fragile relationship from a strong, loving one.

* The Ninth Secret: The power of Passion.
Passion ignites love and keeps it alive. Lasting passion does not come through physical attraction alone. It comes from deep commitment, enthusiasm, interest and excitement. The essence of love and happiness are the same, all we need to do is to live each day with passion.

* The Tenth Secret: The power of Trust.
You cannot love someone completely unless you trust them completely. Act as if your relationship with the person you love will never end. Trust is essential in all loving relationships. Trust yourself, trust others and trust the world. It is the foundation for LOVE.

Always make your absence
felt in such a way That...
some one misses you BUT...
let not your absence be so longggg
THAT some one starts learning to live

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

State wise delicacies of India

State wise delicacies of India

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

22 August 2008

Oppurtunity available in Bihar


Bihar ranks fourth in term of meat production in India. There is,however, no abattoir and no processing facility within the state. No value addition is currently taking place.

Most of the meat is slaughtered in municipal slaughterhouses and sold fresh to cater to the local demand. It is envisaged that modern slaughter houses (abattoirs) with processing facilities having due backward and forward linkage can contribute significantly to the growth of value added products in this sector. The buffalo meat production in India is growing at a CAGR of 5 per cent and the outstripping of demand vis-à-vis supply of lamb and mutton presents a huge opportunity for Bihar to tap into its large livestock resources.

Poultry meat is the fastest growing animal protein in India with a CAGR of 11 per cent during the last 15 years. Bihar with negligible share in national poultry meat trade thus has every thing to gain by investing into and creating the right climate to spur the production of poultry and value added products.

Only 9–10 per cent of milk produced is processed by COMFED (Sudha Dairy at 11 places in Bihar —Barauni, Muzaffarpur, Samsastipur, Patna, Gaya, Arra, Bhagalpur and Kaimur) and another 2–3 per cent in the organised private sector. Although, milk processing capacity in India is growing at a CAGR of 4 per cent, it has shown negligible growth in Bihar.

Milk processing presents a huge potential in Bihar even if it were to reach half of the country processing level or around 17–18 per cent. This would mean doubling the existing processing capacities. The technology being used in the processing facilities is now decades old, with no primary processing/cooling facility at the farm/village level.

Fish is one of the popularly consumed items in Bihar, particularly in Mithila region and it is the fastest growing sub sector indicating a growth rate of over 10 per cent per annum (NABARD, 2006). An area of 1,13,664 ha is available in Bihar in the form of tanks/ponds, mauns (ox-bow lakes), chaurs (flood plains) and reservoirs. In addition to this, there is big potential in the large low-lying area of about 3,38,745 ha, which can be suitably developed for various aquaculture activities. Against the huge water resources potential available, only 26,000 ha (7.68 per cent) of water areas have been developed for fish culture.

No processing, however, takes place and there are no fish processing industries in the state. Another more serious handicap in the development of fisheries is the absence of a proper marketing system. At present, only about three per cent of the total fish landings are handled by organised sector Given that these sectors are growing very fast nationally – consumption of milk and milk products is growing at 7.6 per cent, poultry meat consumption at 26 per cent, and freshwater
fish consumption at 3.5 per cent (likely to grow to 3.9 per cent). They present a huge opportunity for the state to cash in with appropriate strategies and market linkages.

Thanks to Mr. Abhay for showing such a great opportunity in these fields.

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

17 August 2008

Great Indian and their contribution to the World

The contributions to the world by india is remarkable and is unending from science to astrology to medical science and yoga, everywhere and still calm and compost. Following are some of the great indians with their extreme inventions and their contribution to the world.


Born in 476 CE in Kusumpur (Bihar), Aryabhatt's intellectual brilliance remapped the boundaries of mathematics and astronomy. In 499 CE, at the age of 23, he wrote a text on astronomy and an unparallel treatise on mathematics called "Aryabhatiyam. " He formulated the process of calculating the motion of planets and the time of eclipses. Aryabhatt was the first to proclaim that the earth is round, it rotates on its axis, orbits the sun and is suspended in space - 1000 years before Copernicus published his heliocentric theory. He is also acknowledged for calculating p (Pi) to four decimal places: 3.1416 and the sine table in trigonometry. Centuries later, in 825 CE, the Arab mathematician, Mohammed Ibna Musa credited the value of Pi to the Indians, "This value has been given by the Hindus." And above all, his most spectacular contribution was the concept of zero without which modern computer technology would have been non-existent. Aryabhatt was a colossus in the field of mathematics.

(1114-1183 CE)

Born in the obscure village of Vijjadit (Jalgaon) in Maharastra, Bhaskaracharya' s work in Algebra, Arithmetic and Geometry catapulted him to fame and immortality. His renowned mathematical works called "Lilavati" and "Bijaganita" are considered to be unparalled and a memorial to his profound intelligence. Its translation in several languages of the world bear testimony to its eminence. In his treatise "Siddhant Shiromani" he writes on planetary positions, eclipses, cosmography, mathematical techniques and astronomical equipment. In the "Surya Siddhant" he makes a note on the force of gravity: "Objects fall on earth due to a force of attraction by the earth. Therefore, the earth, planets, constellations, moon, and sun are held in orbit due to this attraction." Bhaskaracharya was the first to discover gravity, 500 years before Sir Isaac Newton. He was the champion among mathematicians of ancient and medieval India. His works fired the imagination of Persian and European scholars, who through research on his works earned fame and popularity.

(600 BCE)

As the founder of "Vaisheshik Darshan"- one of six principal philosophies of India - Acharya Kanad was a genius in philosophy. He is believed to have been born in Prabhas Kshetra near Dwarika in Gujarat. He was the pioneer expounder of realism, law of causation and the atomic theory. He has classified all the objects of creation into nine elements, namely: earth, water, light, wind, ether, time, space, mind and soul. He says, "Every object of creation is made of atoms which in turn connect with each other to form molecules." His statement ushered in the Atomic Theory for the first time ever in the world, nearly 2500 years before John Dalton.. Kanad has also described the dimension and motion of atoms and their chemical reactions with each other. The eminent historian, T.N. Colebrook, has said, "Compared to the scientists of Europe, Kanad and other Indian scientists were the global masters of this field."


He was an extraordinary wizard of science born in the nondescript village of Baluka in Madhya Pradesh. His dedicated research for twelve years produced maiden discoveries and inventions in the faculties of chemistry and metallurgy. Textual masterpieces like "Ras Ratnakar," "Rashrudaya" and "Rasendramangal" are his renowned contributions to the science of chemistry. Where the medieval alchemists of England failed, Nagarjuna had discovered the alchemy of transmuting base metals into gold. As the author of medical books like "Arogyamanjari" and "Yogasar," he also made significant contributions to the field of curative medicine. Because of his profound scholarliness and versatile knowledge, he was appointed as Chancellor of the famous University of Nalanda. Nagarjuna's milestone discoveries impress and astonish the scientists of today.

(600 BCE)
Acharya Charak has been crowned as the Father of Medicine. His renowned work, the "Charak Samhita", is considered as an encyclopedia of Ayurveda. His principles, diagoneses, and cures retain their potency and truth even after a couple of millennia. When the science of anatomy was confused with different theories in Europe, Acharya Charak revealed through his innate genius and enquiries the facts on human anatomy, embryology, pharmacology, blood circulation and diseases like diabetes, tuberculosis, heart disease, etc. In the "Charak Samhita" he has described the medicinal qualities and functions of 100,000 herbal plants. He has emphasized the influence of diet and activity on mind and body. He has proved the correlation of spirituality and physical health contributed greatly to diagnostic and curative sciences. He has also prescribed and ethical charter for medical practitioners two centuries prior to the Hippocratic oath. Through his genius and intuition, Acharya Charak made landmark contributions to Ayurvedal. He forever remains etched in the annals of history as one of the greatest and noblest of rishi-scientists.


A genius who has been glowingly recognized in the annals of medical science. Born to sage Vishwamitra, Acharya Sudhrut details the first ever surgery procedures in "Sushrut Samhita," a unique encyclopedia of surgery. He is venerated as the father of plastic surgery and the science of anesthesia. When surgery was in its infancy in Europe, Sushrut was performing Rhinoplasty (restoration of a damaged nose) and other challenging operations. In the "Sushrut Samhita," he prescribes treatment for twelve types of fractures and six types of dislocations. His details on human embryology are simply amazing. Sushrut used 125 types of surgical instruments including scalpels, lancets, needles, Cathers and rectal speculums; mostly designed from the jaws of animals and birds. He has also described a number of stitching methods; the use of horse's hair as thread and fibers of bark. In the "Sushrut Samhita," and fibers of bark. In the "Sushrut Samhita," he details 300 types of operations. The ancient Indians were the pioneers in amputation, caesarian and cranial surgeries. Acharya Sushrut was a giant in the arena of medical science.


renowned astrologer and astronomer who was honored with a special decoration and status as one of the nine gems in the court of King Vikramaditya in Avanti (Ujjain). Varahamihir' s book "panchsiddhant" holds a prominent place in the realm of astronomy. He notes that the moon and planets are lustrous not because of their own light but due to sunlight. In the "Bruhad Samhita" and "Bruhad Jatak," he has revealed his discoveries in the domains of geography, constellation, science, botany and animal science. In his treatise on botanical science, Varamihir presents cures for various diseases afflicting plants and trees. The rishi-scientist survives through his unique contributions to the science of astrology and astronomy.


The Science of Yoga is one of several unique contributions of India to the world. It seeks to discover and realize the ultimate Reality through yogic practices. Acharya Patanjali, the founder, hailed from the district of Gonda (Ganara) in Uttar Pradesh. He prescribed the control of prana (life breath) as the means to control the body, mind and soul. This subsequently rewards one with good health and inner happiness. Acharya Patanjali's 84 yogic postures effectively enhance the efficiency of the respiratory, circulatory, nervous, digestive and endocrine systems and many other organs of the body. Yoga has eight limbs where Acharya Patanjali shows the attainment of the ultimate bliss of God in samadhi through the disciplines of: yam, niyam, asan, pranayam, pratyahar, dhyan and dharna. The Science of Yoga has gained popularity because of its scientific approach and benefits. Yoga also holds the honored place as one of six philosophies in the Indian philosophical system. Acharya Patanjali will forever be remembered and revered as a pioneer in the science of self-discipline, happiness and self-realization.


Acharya Bharadwaj had a hermitage in the holy city of Prayag and was an ordent apostle of Ayurveda and mechanical sciences. He authored the "Yantra Sarvasva" which includes astonishing and outstanding discoveries in aviation science, space science and flying machines. He has described three categories of flying machines: 1.) One that flies on earth from one place to another. 2.) One that travels from one planet to another. 3.) And One that travels from one universe to another. His designs and descriptions have impressed and amazed aviation engineers of today. His brilliance in aviation technology is further reflected through techniques described by him:
1.) Profound Secret: The technique to make a flying machine invisible through the application of sunlight and wind force.
2.) Living Secret: The technique to make an invisible space machine visible through the application of electrical force.
3.) Secret of Eavesdropping: The technique to listen to a conversation in another plane.
4.) Visual Secrets: The technique to see what's happening inside another plane.
Through his innovative and brilliant discoveries, Acharya Bharadwaj has been recognized as the pioneer of aviation technology.


Celebrated as the founder of Sankhya philosophy, Acharya Kapil is believed to have been born in 3000 BCE to the illustrious sage Kardam and Devhuti. He gifted the world with the Sankhya School of Thought. His pioneering work threw light on the nature and principles of the ultimate Soul (Purusha), primal matter (Prakruti) and creation. His concept of transformation of energy and profound commentaries on atma, non-atma and the subtle elements of the cosmos places him in an elite class of master achievers - incomparable to the discoveries of other cosmologists. On his assertion that Prakruti, with the inspiration of Purusha, is the mother of cosmic creation and all energies, he contributed a new chapter in the science of cosmology. Because of his extrasensory observations and revelations on the secrets of creation, he is recognized and saluted as the Father of Cosmology.

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

16 August 2008

Happy Raksha Bandhan

Today is Raksha Bandhan, a day for brother and sister.

Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it:

15 August 2008

World's Biggest - largest Hindu Temple -Swaminarayan Akshardham, New Delhi

This is one of the fabulous temple I've ever seen.

The complex was inaugurated on 6 November, 2005. The grandeur and vastness of the temple is unexplainable. The no of visitor daily crosses thousands, everyone amazed and overwhelmed by its beauty and stone architecture. The musical fountain is the most engrossing of all the attractions. For a perfect evening in the laps of indian classical tune the musical fountain is the best with a mere entry ticket of Rs.20 only, which is worth while taking.
Also the grass architecutre and marble finish are really comendable. Though your mobile and cameras are not allowed but the sceen will never die from your memory.
There are lots of book and momentos available inside for purchase which will be a good purchase for everyone.
Akshardham means the eternal, divine abode of the supreme God, the abode of eternal values and virtues of Akshar as defined in the Vedas and Upanishads where divine bhakti, purity and peace forever pervades.
To know more about it follow the links:

Musical fountain in day time











Follow I Love India on Facebook:
Like this Post??? Share it: