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what is Geeta Jayanti ? (गीता जयंती क्या है?)

what is Geeta Jayanti? (गीता जयंती क्या है?) नमस्ते मित्रो, आज आपको हम गीता जयंती की एक अनोखी कहानी सुनाते हैं आज से 70 80 साल पहले हमारा भारत देश जब आजाद नहीं हुआ था उस समय देश को आजाद करने के लिए कई स्वतंत्र सेनानियों ने अपने जान की बाजी लगा दी. महात्मा गांधी सुभाषचंद्र बोस लालबहादुर शास्त्री सरदार वल्लभभाई पटेल कुछउनके नाम तो हम जानते हैं पर कुछ उनके नाम हम बिल्कुल नहीं जानते . उस आम आदमी के नाम तो हम बिल्कुल नहीं जानते. जिन लोगों ने हमारे  भारत देश को आजाद करने के लिए बड़ी खुशी खुशी फांसी पर चढ़ जाना स्वीकार कर लिया है. ऐसे कई लोग थे. जब जलियांवाला बाग में एक एक करके अंग्रेजों के सामने आते और बंदूक की गोली खाकर भारत माता की जय भारत माता की जय भारत माता की जय. बच्चो मेरे पीछे बनोगे भारत माता की. भारत माता की. भारतमाता की जय या वंदे मातरम कहते हुए हंसते हंसते प्राण त्याग देते थे. कहते थे बच्चे अंग्रेजों को चला दो गोली सीना तानकर खड़े रहकर आंखों में आंखें डालकर इतनी निर्भीकता अंग्रेजों में आज के पहले किन बच्चों में नहीं देखी शायद उनके देश के बच्चे हो सकता है

Unemployment in India report :

Unemployment in India report: How Modi govt wants Data Manipulation! | Analysis by Dhruv Rathee Some people will say this glass is half full.  Others would say it is half empty.  it is said that it depends on your point of view. Are you a positive thinker or a negative thinker?  But those are the interesting people who, see this glass as half full too!  Such a half positive person is our Jaggi Ji. Jaggi Ji thinks that record unemployment in our country today is a half positive event. Why?  He says, "higher unemployment rate indicates that more people are now looking for work". Which means according to him it is a good thing. a half positive thing. I did not understand the logic, but according to it, if there are famines in our country, then that would mean more people are trying to find ways to get out of the famine. So this would be half positive too! If we have more poverty in our country, that would mean more people are trying to get out of poverty.

Is International Men's Day is usefull ?

Hey, you guys I hope you're all well. So November 19th was International Men's Day which is kind of like International Women's Day but without all the virtue signaling, number one trending hashtags and adoring global media coverage.  Nevertheless, International Men's Day soldiers on as a day to appreciate all the good blokes in our lives and to recognize the many, many, many wonderful achievements of men. Just like International Women's Day, International Men's Day also serves as an occasion to recognize many of the problems and disadvantages that a lot of men face. Take for example homelessness.  According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 59 percent of homeless people in Australia are men. Similarly in the USA just under 61 percent of the homeless of men. Or take male suicide rates. In Australia, 75 percent of suicides were men averaging out at one every four hours. That's six men taking their own lives every day.  Then, of c

Biography of Swami Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda Swami Vivekananda was born on 12th January 1863 was born in Kolkata. His father's name was Vishwanath Dutt and his mother's name was Bhuvaneshwari Devi. Before he became a hermit his name was Narenranath Dutt. And he was also known as Naren. Vishwanath Dutt was Attorney at Law at Kolkata's high court.  He used to practice law at the Kolkata high school. He was a thinker. A person who was extremely kind. He had a great deal of empathy towards the poor. He had an emotional and constructive perspective on religious and social matters. Bhuvaneshwari Devi was a very simple and affectionate lady. His father believed in western culture. He wanted to educate his son Narendra in English.. ..and make him follow the western culture. Narendra was always very sharp. And his interest lied in God and spirituality. Hence he joined the Brahma society first. But he didn't find peace there. In the meanwhile, he had graduated in BA from Kolkata University.

Biography of Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin  This month is the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the most influential thinkers in science history Charles Darwin developed the theory of how living things develop from simpler organisms over long periods of time that theory is known as evolution through natural selection how do new kinds of life come into existence for much of recorded history people have believed that organisms were created few people believe that living things changed what process could make such change possible these were some of the questions Charles Darwin asked himself over years of research in botany zoology and geology he was not the first person to ask them his own grandfather Erasmus. Darwin believed that species evolved and others like the French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck had proposed ways this could happen but it was Darwin who identified and explained the process natural selection that causes life to evolve Charles Darwin was born in Shrewsbury England on February

Biography of Jawaharlal Nehru

Biography of Jawaharlal Nehru Jawaharlal Nehru , he was the first Prime Minister of India he was born in Allahabad United Provinces British Raj present-day Utter Pradesh India on 14 November 1889 his father's name was Madeleine Nehru and mother's name was sworn pranitha sue his father was a politician and Indian lawyer his mother was modeled, second wife. He was the first of the three children of her parents Nehru received most of his primary education at home with the help of several tutors and governess at the age of sixteen nairas was enrolled at the Harrow school in England then he got admission at the Trinity College Cambridge after attaining his graduate degree Nehru enrolled himself at the ends of Court School of Law in 1910 and studied law in two years he passed his bar examination and was offered to be admitted to the English Bar .  Nehru returned to his homeland in 1912 and started practicing law as a barrister at the AL at Haddad High Court he married Ka