Sunday, 30 December 2012

VIVEKANANDA"S THOUGHTS:- SHOW INDIAN GREAT HEART

On may 31,1893 swami vivekanand left india to participate in the parliament of religion to be held in chicago.before leaving ,swami vivekanand had travelled all over india as a wandering monk,and was appalled to see the poverty,illiteracy,superstition,exploitation of women,religious bigotism andcaste system.he considered the neglect of masses as a great national sin.his statement that religion cannot be preached on an empty stomach reveals.he was alive to immediate needs of comman man.
                      He believed that religion is realisation.The realisation is of oneness,the ltimate truth,which is based on universal values like love,faith,compassion and charity.To him religion was a manifestation of the divinity already in man.Religion is one but its application must be various.To him love and charity for the whole human race is the test of religiousness.Religion unites and never divides .He proclaimed "One indefinite religion existed all through eternity and will ever exist and this religion is expressing itself in various countries and in various ways".He believed that no nation can hale others and live.
                    In a letter addressed to mahammed sarfaraz hussain,vivekanand envisages the junction of Hinduism and islam as a preclude to the future perfect india. He said"The truth is that advaitism is the last word of religion and thought and the only position from which one can look upon all religions and sects with love .We believe it is the religion of future enlightened humanity ....
                                                            Our experience is that even the followers of any religion approached to this equality in appreciable degree in the place of practical work in daily life.it is those of islam and islam alone.Therefore We are firmly persuaded that without the help of practical islam,thories of vedantism however fine and beautiful,They may be,are entirely valueless to the vast mass of mankind.I see in my minds eye the future perfect india rising out of this chaos and strife,glorious and invincible with vedanta brain and islam body.
                 so think about the thoughts of swami vivekanand and follow them.

Friday, 28 December 2012

GOOD BYE 2012...:) Also GOOD LUCK 2013..:)





GoodBye 2012

When I hear you
My blood spill out my ears
When I hug you
My body fills with pain
When I talk to you
My mind goes insane
When I think of you
My soul starts to ache
When I dream of you
My heart starts to break


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so much is about to start to cry

crying is the baddest but saying good bye is worse than crying
but i do fell crying good bye


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Drop a tear, and bid adieu;

Though we sever, my fond heart.
Till we meet shall pant for you.

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Some trails are happy ones,
Others are blue.
It's the way you ride the trail that counts,
Here's to a happy one for you.

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Goodbyes are not the end.
They simply mean I'll miss you.
Until we meet again!

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So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye.
I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye -- Goodbye!
I'm glad to go, I cannot tell a lie.
I flit, I float, I fleetly flee, I fly.
The sun has gone to bed and so must I.
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye.

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Go away girl, go away
and let me pack my dreams
Now where did I put those yesteryears
made up with broken seams
Where shall I sweep the pieces
my God they still look new
There's a taxi waiting at the door
but there's only room for you

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Saying goodbye
Was the hardest thing to do
I never thought I would
Especially not to you.

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I've been loving you for so long
I've been dreaming of you all night long
I keep telling myself some other time
Maybe you will be mine

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A sunbeam to warm you,
A moonbeam to charm you,
A sheltering angel,
so nothing can harm you.

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I came to see you the other day,
Jail looks so hard to live inside.
You are my only friend & the best,
I wish I could be by your side.

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Another year has come
and your still so far away
You're always in my heart
each and every day.

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Rascal, in his raccoon mask
Never set upon one task
Stealing sweets and cheese and cake
If you're not quick it's his to take

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You and I will meet again
When we're least expecting it
One day in some far off place
I will recognize your face
I won't say goodbye my friend
For you and I will meet again

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I will never forget you
Though I may meet someone new
But a part of my heart
Will forever belong to you
I know it won't be easy
And I'll miss you every second
But everything in life
Comes with a special lesson
I love u and goodbye

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When we were still together
I truly loved you
but what's happening right now
I guess we are through
it's really hard for me
to get off with you
but I know this might be good
for both me and you
I miss u and goodbye

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Saying goodbye
Was the hardest thing to do
I never thought I would
Especially not to you
You always listened
And knew what to say
Knew when to give a hug
When I was having a bad day

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Goodbye for now
You and I have been through everything together
Now it is time for us to part
You will always have a place in my heart
But not to worry
Friends never really say goodbye
Eight long years we've known each other
I was like your brother

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Once you let go of someone, have the courage to never see, text, talk to him again. Because 'GOODBYE.
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People live People die People Laugh People Cry Some give up Some will try Some say hi Some say bye Others may forget YOU but never will I.
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There are no goodbyes between me and you, where ever we are. U r and will always be in my heart
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 HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013

My Happy New Year wish 4 u

Is 4 ur best year yet,
A year where life is peaceful,
& wat u want, u get.
A year in which u cherish
The past year's memories,
& live ur life each new day,
Full of bright expectancies.
I wish 4 u a holiday
Wid happiness galore;
& wen it's done, I wish u
Happy New Year, & many more.


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Happy New Year 2 u!

May every great new day
Bring u sweet surprises--
A happiness buffet.
Happy New Year 2 u,
& wen the new year's done,
May the next year be even better,
Full of pleasure, joy & fun.


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A brand new year 2011 is here,

Open ur heart & be of good cheer.
A year full of promise & good things 2 come.
In ur list of resolutions, let good deeds be one.
Help one another & give of ur love,
4 dat will be pleasing 2 the Father above.


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A time 2 4get the misfortune that's gone

But celebrate the long year dat we await
Pray that there will be no tragedy, misery or sorrow
Jst that the year 2 come is full of joy & fate
A chance 2 remember the memories we had
A chance 2 start over, have another shot wid no fear
A chance that won't come until the earth has orbited
A chance that seems 2 pop up from year 2 year


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A new year is beginning 2 peak through

softly beautiful & different like new falling snow,
each day unique & shaped jst 4 u.
Ur life adding something as each day does grow.
My wish 4 ur new year is beauty
& softness with surprises thrown in 4 delight.
Luv 4 each day bringing happiness 2 u,
making ur life a scene of sparkle & shining sunlight.


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 GOOD LUCK TO ALL AND BEST WISHES..:)

Thursday, 27 December 2012

INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FROM 2001 TO 2012 ..AND FACTORS

                              ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

 The economic development in India followed socialist-inspired policies for most of its independent history, including state-ownership of many sectors; extensive regulation and red tape known as "licence raj"; and isolation from the world economy. India's per capita income increased at only around 1% annualized rate in the three decades after Independence. Since the mid-1980s, India has slowly opened up its markets through economic liberazation. After more fundamental reforms since 1991 and their renewal in the 2000s, India has progressed towards a free market economy.

In the late 2000s, India's growth reached 7.5%, which will double the average income in a decade. Analystssay  that if India pushed more fundamental market reforms, it could sustain the rate and even reach the government's 2011 target of 10%. States have large responsibilities over their economies.maharashtra has proved all time hit contributor to boost up the economic rise since independence. The annualized 1999–2008 growth rates for Tamilnadu (9.8), Gujarat (9.6%), Haryana (9.1%), or Delhi (8.9%) were significantly higher than for Bihar (5.1%), Uttar Pradesh(4.4%), or Madyah Pradesh (6.5%). India is the tenth-largest economy in the world and the third-largest by purchasing power parity adjusted exchange rates (PPP). On per capita basis, it ranks140th in the world or 129th by PPP.
The economic growth has been driven by the expansion of services that have been growing consistently faster than other sectors. It is argued that the pattern of Indian development has been a specific one and that the country may be able to skip the intermediate industrialization-led phase in the transformation of its economic structure. Serious concerns have been raised about the jobless nature of the economic growth.
Favourable macroeconomic performance has been a necessary but not sufficient condition for the significant reduction of poverty among the Indian population. The rate of poverty decline has not been higher in the post-reform period (since 1991). The improvements in some other non-economic dimensions of social development have been even less favourable. The most pronounced example is an exceptionally high and persistent level of child malnutrition (46% in 2005–6).
The progress of economic reforms in India is followed closely. The world bank suggests that the most important priorities are public sector reform, infrastructure, agricultural and rural development, removal of labor regulations, reforms in lagging states, and HIV/AIDS. For 2012, India ranked 132nd in Ease of Doing Business index which is setback as compared with China 91st and Brazil 126th. According to Index of economic freedom World Ranking an annual survey on economic freedom of the nations, India ranks 123rd as compared with China and Russia which ranks 138th and 144th respectively in 2012.
Here some of indian companies data are given.they showed that what india gained in industrial field so indian economy going through a turning movement i.e.development economy to developed economy :-
Companies
47 Indian companies were listed in the Forbes Global 2000 ranking for 2009. 

  INDIA GDP RATE SINCE 2001 -2009 -

     
YearGrowth (real) (%)
20005.5
20016.0
2002   4.3
20038.3
20046.2
20058.4
20069.2
20079.0
20087.4
20097.4
201010.4
20117.2
                                            
  SO finally indian economic rate and indian policies are good in 21th century.


                      

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

CALCUTTA SCHOOL BOOK SOCIETY HISTORY

             The calcutta school-book society was an organization based in kolkata during the british raj.It is established in 1817,with the aim of publishing text books and supplying them to schools and madrasas in the country.                                                                                A growing eagerness and enthusiasm towards education led to the translation and printing of the Bible in Sanskrit, Bengali, Assamese and Oriya. Scholars like Mrityunjay Vidyalankar and Ramram Basu did the work with foreign language experts and alongside, the Ramayana, Mahabharata and other Indian epics were skilfully translated into different languages. The Calcutta School-Book Society followed a similar path and helped Bengali prose writers achieve national and international acclaim. As a result of rise of widespread higher education, journalism became a major component of British society, with magazines like the Magazine for Indian Youth and newspapers like the Samachar Darpan (The News Mirror) becoming a widespread phenomenon. Mass education, however, came much later in 1885 with the Hunter Education Commission, which ended James Long's and other Missionary organizations' zealous ideas of dissipating education among the masses, in an expression of the continuing battle for superiority of the British over the natives.             To strengthen their political colonization of India, the British strategized emotional and intellectual colonization and, in the Charter of 1833, announced English as the official language of British India. This ideology had at its fulcrum, Thomas Babington Macaulay’s assertion of the British ideology that Western learning was superior to Oriental languages and indigenous Sanskrit and other vernacular knowledge. The setting up of several colleges in Calcutta, India, namely the Hindu College in 1816 and the Sanskrit College in 1824, portrays this shift of emphasis from the study of Oriental languages in Fort William College to the establishment of the English language, ensuring that all Indian students studying in these new colleges and schools, which were developed under the Calcutta School Society (1818), had to learn English whether they liked it or not.
             Mrityunjay Vidyalankar (c. 1762–1819) was a pundit and scholar, born in Midnapore district and studied initially in Natore district, now in Bangladesh and also in Calcutta. He was fluent in both Sanskrit and Bengali and after being recommended by sir william carey one of the foremost Protestant missionaries to have come to India in the early 19th century, joined the Department of Bengali at Fort William College as the head pundit. He was appointed professor of Sanskrit in 1805, four years after he joined the college. In 1813 he resigned from his job and signed himself under Justice Sir Francis Mackonton as a judge pundit. He was a committee member that was constituted to formulate the rules for the Hindu College in 1816 before becoming the member of the governing body of the Calcutta School-Book Society in 1817.
             Tarini Charan Mitra (c. 1772–1837) was a famous Bengali prose writer and the head munshi at the Department of Hindoostanee Language at fort william college. Tarinicharan taught in Fort William College from 1801 to 1830. He was fluent in several languages like Persian, English, Urdu, Hindi, Arabic and Bengali. He was the secretary and a managing committee member of the Calcutta School Book Society. Tarinicharan Mitra worked against the anti-Sati movement for a conservative organization called Dharma Sabha (1830). He wrote favourably about the sati pratha. Radhakanta Deb and Ram Comul Sen collaborated with him to produce a translation of Aesop’s fables, titled Nitikatha, into Bengali.
             Ram Comul Sen (1783–1844) was born in Hooghly district and was the son of a Persian scholar. Famous as a scholar, writer and lexicographer, Ram Comul Sen worked in Dr William Hunter’s Hindustanee Printing Press as a compositor in 1804 before becoming its manager in 1811. He was also an accountant at both the Asiatic Society and the Sanskrit College. Ram Comul became the secretary of the Asiatic Society and also held the post of superintendent of the Sanskrit College in 1835. Amongst his other illustrious posts, he was the principal of the Hindu College in 1821 and a dewan at the Royal Calcutta Mint in 1828. He was one of the founders of the Calcutta Medical College, the only Bengali on the committee and he was the president and founding father of the Zamindar Sabha in 1838. With the permission of Dr William Carey, Ram Comul set up the Agricultural and Horticultural Centre and was influential in setting up the Calcutta Museum with the help of Dr Wallich, a Danish botanist. Apart from these, Ram Comul Sen was instrumental in the systematic eradication of social traditions like drowning dying people in the Ganges and impaling others during Chadak. He made significant contributions to the Bengali language with his compilation of a dictionary from English to Bengali working for over one and a half decades on its two volumes. His grandson, Keshav Chandra Sen, was one of the leaders of the bramho samaj.
           Radhakanta Deb (1784–1867) was the grandson of Maharaja Nabakrishna Deb, who was a trusted munshi to the east india company  and had received the decoration of the Knight Commander of the Star of India and his title of 'Raj Bahadur', based on merit for his service under Sir Warren Hastings and Robert Clive. Radhakanta was an accomplished scholar, and like his father Gopimohan Deb, was one of the foremost leaders of the Calcutta Hindu society. Radhakanta was fluent in Persian, Arabic and Sanskrit and also developed a good knowledge of English. He published an eight volume dictionary of the Sanskrit language called Shabdakalpadruma, between 1822 and 1856, which met the needs of educational institutions, the court of law and students learning Sanskrit. He was also the recipient of several international awards including honours from the Royal Asiatic Society, London. Radhakanta Deb also had a keen interest in promoting elementary education and was involved as director of the Calcutta Hindu College, 1817. He was involved in establishing the Calcutta School-Book Society in 1817 and Calcutta School Society in 1818. He worked towards improving and reforming primary schools. In 1851, he was appointed the President of the British Indian Association. Radhakanta’s attitudes toward culture and intellectual development are reflected best in his publications for the Calcutta School-Book Society.
         Moulvi Aminullah was a madrasa instructor at the Calcutta Madrasa which was renamed Aliyah Madrasa  founded originally by Sir Warren Hastings in 1780.
         This type of orgnization in india gave a new idea to improvement in education and mentality.

ONE OF THE INDIAN CULTURE THING IN 21th CENTURY

                                          HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY

                               


                 This means that if we want to lead a peaceful and successful life,We should be honest in all our doings and dealings.Aman who is honest always speaks the truth.he can never be a liar.if one is always true and honest,he has nothing to fear.he is always happy.he is  always happy. He always enjoys perfect peace of mind.he may be poor but he is self-satisfied.A dishonest man who heaps up money by fair means or foul is always troubled.He never enjoys peace of mind and never gets a sound sleep.A man who does everything honestly is respected in society.god helps him.All great men  in the INDIA have been true and honest.In current time means 21th century indian people show lot of good manners like protest against bad things that was growing in india and corruption.also honesty is best example in indian people .