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गति के तीन नियमों को किसने लिखा है ?


गति के तीन नियमों को किसने लिखा है ?? �
जानिए और सबको बताइए : http://phys.org/news106238636.html
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हम सभी न्यूटन के गति के नियमों से परिचित हैं | उन्होंने 5 जुलाई 1687 को अपने कार्य “फिलोसोफी नेचुरेलिस प्रिन्सिपिया मेथेमेटिका” में इन नियमों को प्रकाशित किया |

लेकिन …………………….

न्यूटन के, गति के नियमों की खोज से पहले भारतीय वैज्ञानिक और दार्शनिक महर्षि कणाद ने (600 ईसा पूर्व में) “वैशेशिका सूत्र” दिया था जो शक्ति और गति के बीच संबंध का वर्णन करता है |
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Albert Einstein – “We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made”

गति के तीन नियमों को किसने लिखा है ?? � 
जानिए और सबको बताइए : http://phys.org/news106238636.html 
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हम सभी न्यूटन के गति के नियमों से परिचित हैं | उन्होंने 5 जुलाई 1687 को अपने कार्य “फिलोसोफी नेचुरेलिस प्रिन्सिपिया मेथेमेटिका” में इन नियमों को प्रकाशित किया |

लेकिन .........................

न्यूटन के, गति के नियमों की खोज से पहले भारतीय वैज्ञानिक और दार्शनिक महर्षि कणाद ने (600 ईसा पूर्व में) “वैशेशिका सूत्र” दिया था जो शक्ति और गति के बीच संबंध का वर्णन करता है |
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Albert Einstein - "We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made"
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एक मां अपने बच्चे को ढूंढ रही थी।


एक मां अपने बच्चे को ढूंढ रही थी। बहुत देर तक जब वह नहीं मिला, तो वह रोने लगी और जोर-जोर से बच्चे का नामलेकर पुकारने लगी। कुछ समय बाद बच्चा दौड़ता हुआ उसके पास आ पहुंचा। मां ने पहले तो उसे गले से लगाया, जी भर कर लाड़ किया, फिर उसे डांटने लगी। उससे पूछा कि इतनी देर तक वह कहां छुपा हुआ था।
बच्चे ने बताया, ‘मां! मैं छुपा हुआ नहीं था, मैं तो बाहर की दुकानसे गोंद लेनेगया था। मां ने पूछा कि गोंद से क्या करना है, तो बच्चाभोलेपन से बोला, मैं उससे चाय की प्याली जोडूंगा। वह टूट गई है।
मां ने आगे पूछा, टूटी प्याली जोड़ कर क्या करोगे?वह तो बहुत खराब दिखेगी। तबबच्चे ने भोलेपन से कहा, जब तुम बूढ़ी हो जाओगी तो उसी कप में तुम्हें चाय पिलाया करूंगा। यह सुन कर मां पसीने-पसीने हो गई। कुछ पल तक तो उसे समझही नहीं आया कि वह क्या करे?
फिर होश संभालते ही उसने बच्चे कोगोद में बिठाया औरप्यार से कहा, बेटा! ऐसी बातें नहीं करते। बड़ोंका सम्मान करते हैं। उनसे ऐसा व्यवहार नहीं करते। देखो, तुम्हारे पापा कितनी मेहनत करते हैं ताकि तुम अच्छे स्कूल में जा सको। मम्मी तुम्हारे लिए तरह-तरह के भोजन बनाती है। सब लोग तुम्हारा ख्याल रखते हैं किताकि जब वे बूढ़े हो जाएं तो तुम उनका सहारा बनो……..।
बच्चे ने मां की बात बीच में ही काटते हुए कहा, ‘लेकिन मां! क्या दादा-दादी ने भी यही नहीं सोचा होगा, जब वे पापा को पढ़ाते होंगे?आज जब दादी से गलती से चाय का कप टूट गया तो तुमकितने जोर से चिल्लाई थीं। इतना गुस्सा किया था आपने कि दादा जी को आपसे दादी के लिए माफी मांगनी पड़ी। पता है मां, आप तो कमरे में जा कर सो गईं, लेकिन दादी बहुत देर तक रोती रहीं। मैंने वहकप संभाल कर रख लिया है, और अब मैं उसे जोड़ दूंगा।….

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Bloodiest Invasion on Sindh 712 AD- First Holocaust of Hindus


Bloodiest Invasion on Sindh 712 AD- First Holocaust of Hindus

The Conquest of Sindh was the biggest lost of Indian Heritage and Cultural Advancement. We lost our Civilization Root for big time……….and downfall of Indian History began… Islamic Invaders were inspired by one of the Hadiths (Muslim scripture-Ghazwa-E-Hind), the Muhammad is quoted as saying “Two groups of my Ummah, Allah has protected from the hellfire: a group that will conquer India and a group that will be with Isa ibnu Maryam (Jesus, son of Mary).” Living up the above lines, the first Islamic invasion of India by Muslims occurred in 636 CE — under Caliph Umar, within four years of Muhammad’s death. The first 16 invasion attempts utterly failed. But the 17th attempt to invade India by Muhammad Bin Qâsim in 711-712 AD, which was carried out against the wishes of the Kalifate, was successful. Muhammad Bin Qasim’s successors led some raids towards the Punjab, Rajasthan, and Saurashtra. But they were soon defeated, and driven back. The Arab historians admit that a place of refuge to which the Muslims might flee was not to be found. Having tried a naval invasion of India through Thana, Broach, and Debal from 634 to 637 AD, the Arabs tried the land route on the northwest during AD 650-711. But the Hindu princes of Kabul and Zabul who inflicted many defeats on the Arabs, and forced them to sign treaties of non-aggression blocked the Khyber Pass. The Jats of Kikan blocked the Bolan Pass. Deeply affected by these failures Kaliphate Hajjaj sent his cousin and son-in-law Mohammed bin Qasim. Soon, Debul fell to his armies in 711 A.D. due to a treachery by a Brahman of Debul fort (Traitors of King Dahir- Sindh King). What followed next was plunder and destruction of temples of Debul. Thousands of men were brutally killed and the women folk were most shamelessly dishonored. Soon the army of Qasim reached Nirun (75 miles north-east of Hyderabad, in modern Pakistan) and captured it in early 712 A.D. In accordance with the orders received from Hajjaj, Qasim proceeded towards Bahmanabad, where Dahir was prepared to oppose his further advance into the country. In June 712 A.D., Qasim crossed the Indus River. Dahir had meanwhile assembled an army consisting of 50,000 horses and marched from Bahmanabad to Rawar to meet the invader. The armies lay opposite to one another during which some skirmishes took place and on June 20, Dahir mounted his elephant and advanced to the attack. The Dahir’s men sustained the battle with great valor. However, an Arab succeeded in planting an arrow, to which burning cotton was attached, in Dahir’s elephant. The terrified beast fled towards the river pursued by the Arabs. But soon, Dahir was back, inflicting heavy casualties on the Arabs. But Dahir fell, after being hit by an arrow. A section of the remaining Dahir’s army led by Jai Singh fled towards Bahmanabad while Dahir’s wife Rani Bai and her handmaids immolated themselves at Rawar. The remnant of the Hindu army rallied under Jai Singh and gave a great resistance to Qasim’s army. But soon Jai Singh was forced to Chitroor. Rani Ladi, another wife of Dahir along with the two daughters of Dahir, Suryadevi and Parmaldevi fell into the hands of Qasim. Qasim married Rani Ladi and sent the daughters to the Caliph. Hidden Cruel Facts Revealed about Sindh Invasion-Never Told The Muslim chroniclers Al—Baladhuri (in Kitab Futuh al—Buldan) and al—Kufi (in the Chachnama) include enough isolated details to establish the overall nature of the conquest of Sindh by Muhammad b. Qasim in 712 C.E. These narratives, and the processes they describe, make clear that the Arab invaders intended from the outset to Islamize Sindh by conquest, colonization, and local conversion. Baladhuri, for example, records that following the capture of Debal, Muhammad b. Qasim earmarked a section of the city exclusively for Muslims, constructed a mosque, and established four thousand colonists there. The conquest of Debal had been a brutal affair, as summarized from the Muslim sources by Majumdar. “Despite appeals for mercy from the besieged Indians (who opened their gates after the Muslims scaled the fort walls), Muhammad b. Qasim declared that he had no orders (i.e., from his superior al—Hajjaj, the Governor of Iraq) to spare the inhabitants, and thus for three days a ruthless and indiscriminate slaughter ensued. In the aftermath, the local temple was defiled, and ‘700 beautiful females who had sought for shelter there, were all captured’. The capture of Raor was accompanied by a similar tragic outcome. “ Muhammad massacred 6000 fighting men each day who were found in the fort, and their followers and dependents, as well as their women and children were taken prisoners. Sixty thousand slaves, including 30 young ladies of royal blood, was sent to Hajjaj, along with the head of King Dahir [the Hindu ruler]” We can now well understand why the capture of a fort by the Muslim forces was followed by the terrible Jauhar ceremony (in which females threw themselves in fire kindled by themselves), the earliest recorded instance of which is found in the Chachnama. Practical, expedient considerations lead Muhammad to desist from carrying out the strict injunctions of Islamic Law and the wishes of al—Hajjaj by massacring the (Pagan) infidel Hindus of Sindh. Instead, he imposed upon the vanquished Hindus the Jizya and associated restrictive regulations of Dhimmitude. As a result, the Chachnama records, ‘some [Hindus] resolved to live in their native land, but others took flight in order to maintain the faith of their ancestors, and their horses, domestics, and other property’ Thus a lasting pattern was set that would persist, as noted by Majumdar, until the Mughal Empire collapsed at the end of Aurangzeb’s reign (in 1707)…of Muslim policy towards the subject Hindus in subsequent ages. Something no doubt depended upon individual rulers; some of them adopted a more liberal, others a more cruel and intolerant attitude. But on the whole the framework remained intact, for it was based on the fundamental principle of Islamic theocracy. It recognized only one faith, one people, and one supreme authority, acting as the head of a religious trust. The Hindus, being infidels or non—believers, could not claim the full rights of citizens. At the very best, they could be tolerated as dhimmis, an insulting title which connoted political inferiority…The Islamic State regarded all non—Muslims as enemies, to curb whose growth in power was conceived to be its main interest. The ideal preached by even high officials was to exterminate them totally, but in actual practice they seem to have followed an alternative laid down in the Qur’an [i.e., Q9:29] which calls upon Muslims to fight the unbelievers till they pay the Jizya with due humility. This was the tax the Hindus had to pay for permission to live in their ancestral homes under a Muslim ruler. Now compare this Arab record on the frontiers of India with their record elsewhere. Within eight years of the Prophet Mohammed death, they had conquered Persia, Syria, and Egypt. By 650 AD, they had advanced upto the Oxus and the Hindu Kush. Between 640 and 709 AD they had reduced the whole of North Africa. They had conquered Spain in 711 AD. But it took them 70 long years to secure their first foothold on the soil of India. No historian worth his salt should have the cheek to say that the Hindus have always been an easy game for invaders. References:http://indiansaga.com/history/arab_invasion.htmlhttp://www.americanthinker.com/2005/07/the_legacy_of_jihad_in_india.html http://www.stephen-knapp.com/a_short_history_of_india_its_heroes_and_invaders.htm A.L. Srivastava., The Sultanate of Delhi (711—1526 A.D.) Al—Baladhuri. The Origins of the Islamic State (Kitab Futuh Al—Buldan). Part II, Translated by F.C. Murgotten, New York, Columbia University The Chachnama, excerpts translated in H.M. Elliot and J. Dowson Al—Baladhuri. The Origins of the Islamic State, Part II, p. 218. R.C. Majumdar (editor). The History and Culture of the Indian People

Bloodiest Invasion on Sindh 712 AD- First Holocaust of Hindus

The Conquest of Sindh was the biggest lost of Indian Heritage and Cultural Advancement. We lost our Civilization Root for big time……….and downfall of Indian History began… Islamic Invaders were inspired by one of the Hadiths (Muslim scripture-Ghazwa-E-Hind), the Muhammad is quoted as saying "Two groups of my Ummah, Allah has protected from the hellfire: a group that will conquer India and a group that will be with Isa ibnu Maryam (Jesus, son of Mary)." Living up the above lines, the first Islamic invasion of India by Muslims occurred in 636 CE -- under Caliph Umar, within four years of Muhammad's death. The first 16 invasion attempts utterly failed. But the 17th attempt to invade India by Muhammad Bin Qâsim in 711-712 AD, which was carried out against the wishes of the Kalifate, was successful. Muhammad Bin Qasim’s successors led some raids towards the Punjab, Rajasthan, and Saurashtra. But they were soon defeated, and driven back. The Arab historians admit that a place of refuge to which the Muslims might flee was not to be found. Having tried a naval invasion of India through Thana, Broach, and Debal from 634 to 637 AD, the Arabs tried the land route on the northwest during AD 650-711. But the Hindu princes of Kabul and Zabul who inflicted many defeats on the Arabs, and forced them to sign treaties of non-aggression blocked the Khyber Pass. The Jats of Kikan blocked the Bolan Pass. Deeply affected by these failures Kaliphate Hajjaj sent his cousin and son-in-law Mohammed bin Qasim. Soon, Debul fell to his armies in 711 A.D. due to a treachery by a Brahman of Debul fort (Traitors of King Dahir- Sindh King). What followed next was plunder and destruction of temples of Debul. Thousands of men were brutally killed and the women folk were most shamelessly dishonored. Soon the army of Qasim reached Nirun (75 miles north-east of Hyderabad, in modern Pakistan) and captured it in early 712 A.D. In accordance with the orders received from Hajjaj, Qasim proceeded towards Bahmanabad, where Dahir was prepared to oppose his further advance into the country. In June 712 A.D., Qasim crossed the Indus River. Dahir had meanwhile assembled an army consisting of 50,000 horses and marched from Bahmanabad to Rawar to meet the invader. The armies lay opposite to one another during which some skirmishes took place and on June 20, Dahir mounted his elephant and advanced to the attack. The Dahir’s men sustained the battle with great valor. However, an Arab succeeded in planting an arrow, to which burning cotton was attached, in Dahir's elephant. The terrified beast fled towards the river pursued by the Arabs. But soon, Dahir was back, inflicting heavy casualties on the Arabs. But Dahir fell, after being hit by an arrow. A section of the remaining Dahir's army led by Jai Singh fled towards Bahmanabad while Dahir's wife Rani Bai and her handmaids immolated themselves at Rawar. The remnant of the Hindu army rallied under Jai Singh and gave a great resistance to Qasim's army. But soon Jai Singh was forced to Chitroor. Rani Ladi, another wife of Dahir along with the two daughters of Dahir, Suryadevi and Parmaldevi fell into the hands of Qasim. Qasim married Rani Ladi and sent the daughters to the Caliph. Hidden Cruel Facts Revealed about Sindh Invasion-Never Told The Muslim chroniclers Al—Baladhuri (in Kitab Futuh al—Buldan) and al—Kufi (in the Chachnama) include enough isolated details to establish the overall nature of the conquest of Sindh by Muhammad b. Qasim in 712 C.E. These narratives, and the processes they describe, make clear that the Arab invaders intended from the outset to Islamize Sindh by conquest, colonization, and local conversion. Baladhuri, for example, records that following the capture of Debal, Muhammad b. Qasim earmarked a section of the city exclusively for Muslims, constructed a mosque, and established four thousand colonists there. The conquest of Debal had been a brutal affair, as summarized from the Muslim sources by Majumdar. “Despite appeals for mercy from the besieged Indians (who opened their gates after the Muslims scaled the fort walls), Muhammad b. Qasim declared that he had no orders (i.e., from his superior al—Hajjaj, the Governor of Iraq) to spare the inhabitants, and thus for three days a ruthless and indiscriminate slaughter ensued. In the aftermath, the local temple was defiled, and '700 beautiful females who had sought for shelter there, were all captured'. The capture of Raor was accompanied by a similar tragic outcome. “ Muhammad massacred 6000 fighting men each day who were found in the fort, and their followers and dependents, as well as their women and children were taken prisoners. Sixty thousand slaves, including 30 young ladies of royal blood, was sent to Hajjaj, along with the head of King Dahir [the Hindu ruler]” We can now well understand why the capture of a fort by the Muslim forces was followed by the terrible Jauhar ceremony (in which females threw themselves in fire kindled by themselves), the earliest recorded instance of which is found in the Chachnama. Practical, expedient considerations lead Muhammad to desist from carrying out the strict injunctions of Islamic Law and the wishes of al—Hajjaj by massacring the (Pagan) infidel Hindus of Sindh. Instead, he imposed upon the vanquished Hindus the Jizya and associated restrictive regulations of Dhimmitude. As a result, the Chachnama records, 'some [Hindus] resolved to live in their native land, but others took flight in order to maintain the faith of their ancestors, and their horses, domestics, and other property' Thus a lasting pattern was set that would persist, as noted by Majumdar, until the Mughal Empire collapsed at the end of Aurangzeb's reign (in 1707)...of Muslim policy towards the subject Hindus in subsequent ages. Something no doubt depended upon individual rulers; some of them adopted a more liberal, others a more cruel and intolerant attitude. But on the whole the framework remained intact, for it was based on the fundamental principle of Islamic theocracy. It recognized only one faith, one people, and one supreme authority, acting as the head of a religious trust. The Hindus, being infidels or non—believers, could not claim the full rights of citizens. At the very best, they could be tolerated as dhimmis, an insulting title which connoted political inferiority...The Islamic State regarded all non—Muslims as enemies, to curb whose growth in power was conceived to be its main interest. The ideal preached by even high officials was to exterminate them totally, but in actual practice they seem to have followed an alternative laid down in the Qur'an [i.e., Q9:29] which calls upon Muslims to fight the unbelievers till they pay the Jizya with due humility. This was the tax the Hindus had to pay for permission to live in their ancestral homes under a Muslim ruler. Now compare this Arab record on the frontiers of India with their record elsewhere. Within eight years of the Prophet Mohammed death, they had conquered Persia, Syria, and Egypt. By 650 AD, they had advanced upto the Oxus and the Hindu Kush. Between 640 and 709 AD they had reduced the whole of North Africa. They had conquered Spain in 711 AD. But it took them 70 long years to secure their first foothold on the soil of India. No historian worth his salt should have the cheek to say that the Hindus have always been an easy game for invaders. References: http://indiansaga.com/history/arab_invasion.html http://www.americanthinker.com/2005/07/the_legacy_of_jihad_in_india.html http://www.stephen-knapp.com/a_short_history_of_india_its_heroes_and_invaders.htm A.L. Srivastava., The Sultanate of Delhi (711—1526 A.D.) Al—Baladhuri. The Origins of the Islamic State (Kitab Futuh Al—Buldan). Part II, Translated by F.C. Murgotten, New York, Columbia University The Chachnama, excerpts translated in H.M. Elliot and J. Dowson Al—Baladhuri. The Origins of the Islamic State, Part II, p. 218. R.C. Majumdar (editor). The History and Culture of the Indian People
 
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नरेंद्र मोदी ने टोपी पहनने से मना कर दिया


मुसलमानों ने कहा की रमजान के महीने में वो मंदिर से हिन्दू धर्म का भजन- आरती नहीं सुन सकते .
मिया अखिलेश ने तुरंत आदेश का पालन करते हुए मंदिर से लाउड स्पीकर हटवाने चालू भी कर दिये ..
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एक सवाल मुस्लिमो से ,ओर मिया अखिलेश से ,
अगर नवरात्रा के दिनो मे हिन्दू ये कहे की वो इन पवित्र दिनो मे मस्जिदो से आती हुई अजान नहीं सुन सकते
तो क्या इतनी ही फुर्ती से मस्जिदो से लाउड स्पीकर हटाये जायेंगे ..????
क्या कोई भांड मीडिया इस पे डिबेट करेगा की ”अकेले मंदिर पे माइक लगाने की पाबंधी क्यों

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जब नरेंद्र मोदी ने टोपी पहनने से मना कर दिया तो मिडिया ने मोदी को बहुत बुरा-भला कहा कि मोदी communal हैं ओर एक समुदाय का अपमान किया है
परन्तु कटरा रेल उदघाटन के अवसर पर उमर अब्दुल्ला ने तिलक लगाने ओर जय माता दी का उदघोष लगाने से मना कर दिया
वही मिडिया कह रहा उमर अब्दुल्ला ने महजबानुसार किया है
जय हो बिकाऊ मिडिया की.

 

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Vinod Singh Thakur क्या किसी मुसलमान के रोजे रखने का मतलब ये होता है कि वो मुसलमान सैकड़ों हज़ारों हिन्दुओं को कुछ भी उल्टा सीधा खिलाकर उनकी जान से खेल जाए और उसे कुछ ना कहा जाए…???
अभी केवल 5 दिन पहले हिन्दुओं की आस्था के सर्वोच्च शिखरों में से एक देवाधिदेव महादेव भगवान
अमरनाथ के दर्शनार्थ हो रही यात्रा के दौरान कांग्रेस के शासन वाले जम्मू कश्मीर में हिन्दुओं के एक दर्शन रसोईघरों को धर्मांध आतंकी मुसलमानों के गिरोहों ने जलाकर राख कर दिया. हज़ारों हिन्दू शिव भक्तों को खुलेआम आतंकित कर शुद्ध रूप से साम्प्रदायिक आधार पर मार मार कर सैकड़ों शिवभक्तों को अधमरा कर दिया.
हज़ारों हिन्दू बच्चे बूढ़े औरतें कई दिनों तक भूख से तड़पते रहे लेकिन तब इसके खिलाफ वो कोई @$#%$& संसद में नंगा होकर नहीं नाचे, जो आज एक कामचोर निक्कमे और महाभ्रष्ट मुसलमान कर्मचारी को उसके कुकर्म उसकी करतूतों का स्वाद चखाए जाने की कोशिशों के खिलाफ उस महाभ्रष्ट मुसलमान कर्मचारी के पक्ष में संसद और संसद के बाहर खुलेआम नंगे होकर नाच रहे हैं.
यदि सहमत हों तो इतना शेयर करिये/ कॉपी पेस्ट करिये कि हमारी आपकी बात उन हिन्दू विरोधी सियासी हरामजादों के गिरोह तक जरूर पहुंचे

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नेताजी सुभाषचंद्र बोस जीस में घुमते


(नेताजी सुभाषचंद्र बोस जीस में घुमते थे वो, उन के चाचा की ये गाड़ी बीसीसीएल के एक पुराने गोदाम में मिली)

धनबाद/रांची. नेताजी सुभाषचंद्र बोस वर्ष 1930 से 1941 के बीच बेबी ऑस्टिन कंपनी की जिस कार (बीआरआर-3201) पर सवार होकर धनबाद, झरिया, जामाडोबा, टाटा सिजुआ, तोपचांची, कतरास और बाघमारा का भ्रमण करते थे, वह कार बंद बरारी कोक प्लांट के एक अंधेरे गोदाम में मिली। वह कार वहां वर्षों से बंद थी। बीसीसीएल सीएमडी टीके लाहिड़ी को जब इसकी खबर मिली तो उन्होंने जीएम (एडमिनिस्ट्रेशन) को कार मंगवाने का निर्देश दिया। जीएम (एडमिनिस्ट्रेशन) ने इस बाबत पीबी एरिया के जीएम केसी मिश्रा को बाकायदा पत्र लिख कार को कोयला नगर भिजवाने को कहा। पत्र के आलोक में जीएम ने आवश्यक कागजी प्रक्रिया कर कार कोयला नगर भिजवा दी। कार फिलवक्त कोयला नगर गेस्ट हाउस के अहाते में रखी गई है। बीसीसीएल प्रबंधन ने कोलकाता स्थित नेताजी रिसर्च ब्यूरो को कार के संबंध में जानकारी उपलब्ध करा दी है।

कोलकाता में बोस के पैतृक आवास को ही म्यूजियम का रूप नेताजी रिसर्च ब्यूरो का नाम दिया गया है, जहां नेताजी के दुर्लभ सामानों को सहेज कर रखा गया है। बरामद कार का मालिकाना हक ईस्ट इंडिया कंपनी के पास था। कंपनी ने कार को बरारी प्लांट में तैनात अशोक बोस को दी थी, जो नेताजी के चाचा थे। धनबाद आने पर नेताजी ही इस कार की सवारी किया करते थे।

इसी कार से तोपचांची तक गए थे बोस

नेताजी जब भी धनबाद आते थे तो तोपचांची में रहने वाले एक बंगाली परिवार में जरूर जाते थे। नेताजी पार्क के प्रबंधक गोपाल प्रसाद ने बताया कि 16 जनवरी 1941 में जब नेताजी जियाउद्दीन पठान का वेश बनाकर अंग्रेजों की नजरबंदी से कोलकाता से भाग निकले तो सीधे बरारी के समीप ही खैरा कोलियरी मैगजीन घर पहुंचे थे। वहां चाचा अशोक बोस के पास गए। उनकी कार ली और वहां से तोपचांची चले गए। तोपचांची से दूसरी कार (बीएलए 7164) पर सवार होकर गोमो स्टेशन गए। जहां से फ्रंटियर मेल पर सवार होकर पेशावर चले गए।

(बीआरआर-3201 नंबर की ये कार सुभाषचंद्र बोस के चाचा अशोग बोस को ईस्ट इंडिया कंपनी से तौहफे में मिली थी)

केमिकल इंजीनियर थे चाचा

नेताजी के चाचा अशोक बोस केमिकल इंजीनियर थे। ईस्ट इंडिया कंपनी ने उन्हें बरारी में तैनात किया था। बरारी के जिस प्लांट में उनकी तैनाती थी, वहां तारकोल, फिनाइल से लेकर हवाई जहाज का ईंधन तक तैयार होता था। बाद में यह प्लांट बंद हो गई। बंद प्लांट के ही एक गोदाम में एक बार जो कार रखी गई तो फिर उसे कभी निकाली नहीं गई। विश्वकर्मा पूजा के दौरान लोगों को बंद प्लांट में घूमने की छूट मिलती थी तो लोग कौतूहलवश उसी कार को जरूर निहारते थे, परंतु उसी कार से नेताजी के संबंध के बारे में उन्हें जानकारी नहीं थी।

बरारी कोल प्लांट के एक बंद गोदाम में वर्षों से एक कार बंद थी, जो सीएमडी के आदेश पर कोयला नगर भिजवा दी गई है। यह वही कार है, जिस पर धनबाद आने के बाद नेताजी सुभाषचंद्र बोस सवारी किया करते थे। ईस्ट इंडिया कंपनी ने कार उनके चाचा अशोक बोस की दी थी। केसी मिश्रा, जीएम, पीबी एरिया

यूनियन चलाने के दौरान कार का खूब किया इस्तेमाल

नेताजी ने टाटा लेबर एसोसिएशन नामक एक यूनियन बनाई थी। धनबाद आने पर वे चाचा अशोक बोस की इसी बेबी ऑस्टिन कार का इस्तेमाल भ्रमण के लिए करते थे। धनबाद में यूनियन चलाने के दौरान कई मुकदमे भी हुए थे, उनके दस्तावेज अभी भी पुरुलिया कोर्ट में सुरक्षित होने का दावा किया जा रहा है।

रखरखाव के अभाव में गल चुके हैं कार के पहिए

बंद गोदाम में वर्षों से बंद रहने और रखरखाव के अभाव में कार बेहद जर्जर हो चुकी हैं। कार के चारों पहिए गल चुके हैं। सिर्फ रिम बचे हैं। फ्रंट मिरर का एक हिस्सा भी टूट चुका है। रंग भी बदरंग हो चुका है। पीबी एरिया से कोयला नगर लाने के लिए बीसीसीएल प्रबंधन ने क्रेन का सहारा लिया।

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 कोलकाता में बोस के पैतृक आवास को ही म्यूजियम का रूप नेताजी रिसर्च ब्यूरो का नाम दिया गया है, जहां नेताजी के दुर्लभ सामानों को सहेज कर रखा गया है। तो कार भी वहां जाएगी । लेकिन इस म्युजियम को भारत के ज्यादातर लोग नही जानते । चलो कोइ बात नही कार के कारण मुजियाम को भी राष्ट्रिय पहचान मिलेगी ।
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‪#‎ForCoolDude_be_careful‬

मुसलमानों के द्वारा की गयी धोखेवाजी के प्रमाण

1-मुहम्मद गौरी ने 17 बार कुरआन की कसम खाई थी कि भारत पर हमला नहीं करेगा, लेकिन हमला किया…..

2-अलाउद्दीन खिलजी ने चित्तोड़ के राणा रतनसिंह को दोस्ती के बहाने बुलाया फिर क़त्ल कर दिया…..

3-औरंगजेब ने शिवाजी को दोस्ती के बहाने आगरा बुलाया फिर धोखे से कैद
कर लिया ……

4-औरंगजेब ने कुरआन की कसम खाकर श्री गोविन्द सिंह को आनंदपुर से सुरक्षित जाने देने का वादा किया था.
फिर हमला किया था…….

5-अफजल खान ने दोस्ती के बहाने शिवाजी की ह्त्या का प्रयत्न किया था …..

6-मित्रता की बातें कहकर पाकिस्तान ने कारगिल पर हमला किया था …..

“अगर हम इतिहास से सबक नहीं लेकर
मुसलमानों की शांति और
दोस्ती की बातों मे आते रहे
तो हमेशा नुकसान उठाते रहेंगे….

याद रखिये मुसलमान तकिया और
कितमान पर ईमान रखते
है,यानी उनका कोई ईमान नहीं है. “

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HE SIKH WARRIOR DEWAN MOKHAM CHAND


 
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::::::::::THE SIKH WARRIOR DEWAN MOKHAM CHAND:::::::::::::::
THE MOST DISTINGUISHED GENERALS OF MAHARANA RANJIT SINGH

Mokham Chand, the most distinguished of the durbars generals, was the son of Vaisakhi Mal, a Hindu Khatri tradesman of the village Kunjah near Gujarat. 
The most distinguished of the generals, by whose skill and courage Ranjit Singh rose from a subordinate chiefship to the Empire of the Punjab, was Diwan Mokham Chand Nayyar. The sagacity with which the Maharaja selected his officers was reason of his uniform success.
Maharana Ranjit Singh had seen him in action at Akalgarh three years earlier and again in the fight against the Bhangi Sardar of Gujarat. Mokham Chand Nayyar had fallen out with his Bhangi master and had come to Ranjit for employment. Ranjit welcomed him with handsome gifts of an elephant and horses and granted him the Dallewalia possessions as a Jagir. He was made commander of a cavalry unit with power to recruit 1500 foot soldiers as well.

In the beginning of 1808 various places in the Upper Punjab were taken from their independent Sikh proprietors, and brought under the direct management of the new kingdom of Lahore, and Mokham Chand Nayyar was at the same time employed in effecting a settlement of the territories which had been seized on the left bank of the Sutlej. But Ranjit Singh’s systematic aggression had begun to excite fear in the minds of the Sikhs of Sirhind .
He was the commander in chief of armies in Battle of Attock which defeated Durrani Empire Wazir Fateh Khan and Dost Mohammad Khan.

Diwan Mohkam Chand Nayyar was the Commander-in-Chief of the Sikh Forces from 1806 to 1814.

He died at Phillaur on October 16, 1814. His son Diwan Moti Ram Nayyar and grandsons Diwan Kirpa Ram Nayyar and Diwan Ram Dayal Nayyar also served the state with distinction.

The life and Legacy of Dewan Mokham Chand is ignored by our History syllabus makers..only the valour of Maharana Ranjit singh is taught that too just half a paragraph..
The team Unkown Indian Heroes salutes this great son of Bharat

::::::UNKNOWN INDIAN HEROES::::PART EIGHTY ONE::::::

::::: https://www.facebook.com/UnknownIndianHeroes ::::::

::::::::::THE SIKH WARRIOR DEWAN MOKHAM CHAND:::::::::::::::
THE MOST DISTINGUISHED GENERALS OF MAHARANA RANJIT SINGH

Mokham Chand, the most distinguished of the durbars generals, was the son of Vaisakhi Mal, a Hindu Khatri tradesman of the village Kunjah near Gujarat.
The most distinguished of the generals, by whose skill and courage Ranjit Singh rose from a subordinate chiefship to the Empire of the Punjab, was Diwan Mokham Chand Nayyar. The sagacity with which the Maharaja selected his officers was reason of his uniform success.
Maharana Ranjit Singh had seen him in action at Akalgarh three years earlier and again in the fight against the Bhangi Sardar of Gujarat. Mokham Chand Nayyar had fallen out with his Bhangi master and had come to Ranjit for employment. Ranjit welcomed him with handsome gifts of an elephant and horses and granted him the Dallewalia possessions as a Jagir. He was made commander of a cavalry unit with power to recruit 1500 foot soldiers as well.

In the beginning of 1808 various places in the Upper Punjab were taken from their independent Sikh proprietors, and brought under the direct management of the new kingdom of Lahore, and Mokham Chand Nayyar was at the same time employed in effecting a settlement of the territories which had been seized on the left bank of the Sutlej. But Ranjit Singh’s systematic aggression had begun to excite fear in the minds of the Sikhs of Sirhind .
He was the commander in chief of armies in Battle of Attock which defeated Durrani Empire Wazir Fateh Khan and Dost Mohammad Khan.

Diwan Mohkam Chand Nayyar was the Commander-in-Chief of the Sikh Forces from 1806 to 1814.

He died at Phillaur on October 16, 1814. His son Diwan Moti Ram Nayyar and grandsons Diwan Kirpa Ram Nayyar and Diwan Ram Dayal Nayyar also served the state with distinction.

The life and Legacy of Dewan Mokham Chand is ignored by our History syllabus makers..only the valour of Maharana Ranjit singh is taught that too just half a paragraph..
The team Unkown Indian Heroes salutes this great son of Bharat

 
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Jai Maharana Pratap Sena


चढ चेतक पर तलवार उठा
रखता था भूतल पानी को ।।
राणा परताप सिर काट काट
करता था सफल जवानी को ।।
कलकल बहती थी रण गगां
अरि दल को डूब नहाने को ।।
तलवार वीर की नाव बनी
चटपट उस पार लगाने को ।।
बैरी दल को ललकार गिरी
वह नागिन सी फूफकार गिरी।।
था शोर मौत से बचो बचो
तलवार गिरी तलवार गिरी।।
कया अजब विषैली नागिन थी
जिसके डसने मे लहर नही ।।
उतरी तन से मिट गए वीर
फैला शरीर मे जहर नही ।।
थी छुरी कही ,तलवार कही
वह बरछी असि खरथार कही।।
लहराती थी सिर काट काट
बल खाती थी भू पाट पाट ।।
बिखराती अवयव बाट बाट
तनती थी लोहू चाट चाट ।।
सेना नायक राणा के भी
रण देख देखकर चाहू भरे ।।
मेवाड सिपाही लडते थे
दूने तिगूने उतसाह भरे ।।
झण भीषण हलचल मचा मचा
राणा कर की तलवार बढी ।।
था शोर रकत पीने को यह
रण चणडी जीभ पसार पडी ।।
रचक राणा ने देर न की
घोडा चढ आया हाथी पर ।।
बैरी दल का सिर काट काट
राणा चढ आया हाथी पर ।।
गिरी की चोटी पर चढकर
किरणे निहारती लाशे ।।
जिनमे कूछ तो मूरदे थे
कुछ की चलती थी सासे
सिसोदिया सरकार

चढ चेतक पर तलवार उठा
रखता था भूतल पानी को ।।
राणा परताप सिर काट काट
करता था सफल जवानी को ।।
कलकल बहती थी रण गगां
अरि दल को डूब नहाने को ।।
तलवार वीर की नाव बनी
चटपट उस पार लगाने को ।।
बैरी दल को ललकार गिरी
वह नागिन सी फूफकार गिरी।।
था शोर मौत से बचो बचो
तलवार गिरी तलवार गिरी।।
कया अजब विषैली नागिन थी
जिसके डसने मे लहर नही ।।
उतरी तन से मिट गए वीर
फैला शरीर मे जहर नही ।।
थी छुरी कही ,तलवार कही
वह बरछी असि खरथार कही।।
लहराती थी सिर काट काट
बल खाती थी भू पाट पाट ।।
बिखराती अवयव बाट बाट
तनती थी लोहू चाट चाट ।।
सेना नायक राणा के भी
रण देख देखकर चाहू भरे ।।
मेवाड सिपाही लडते थे
दूने तिगूने उतसाह भरे ।।
झण भीषण हलचल मचा मचा
राणा कर की तलवार बढी ।।
था शोर रकत पीने को यह
रण चणडी जीभ पसार पडी ।।
रचक राणा ने देर न की
घोडा चढ आया हाथी पर ।।
बैरी दल का सिर काट काट
राणा चढ आया हाथी पर ।।
गिरी की चोटी पर चढकर
किरणे निहारती लाशे ।।
जिनमे कूछ तो मूरदे थे
कुछ की चलती थी सासे
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Posted in रामायण - Ramayan

Laotion Ramayana


Laotion Ramayana

The Laotion adoption of the Ramayana is called Phra Lak Phra Lam. The title comes from the Lao names for Lakshmana and Rama. Phra Lak Phra Lam also exists in Northeast Thailand where there is a large population of ethnic Lao. There are several versions of this story, each slightly different but also similar to the Ramakien in Thailand. Originally written on palm leaf manuscripts, the story of Phra Lak Phra Lam has also been adapted to Lao ballet where it is known by the same title.

The story is considered by Laotians to be a Jataka tale and regarded as very sacred. It is also believed that Prince Rama is actually an incarnation of the Buddha contrary to other versions which traditionally regard Rama as an incarnation of Lord Narayana.

Universal to the literature and poetry of Laos, as well as to its dance, music, and sculpture, are oral myths and legends based on the Phra Lak Phra Lam, the Lao version of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. This tale of Rama, a prince and the seventh incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu, is known and loved throughout Southeast Asia. Other popular Lao literature includes the Jatakas, stories of previous incarnations of the Buddha. Both the Phra Lak Phra Lam and the Jataka tales contain moral metaphors enacted through rigorous battles in which good always triumphs over evil. Favorite stories tell how heroic princes defeat powerful demons.

Lao innovations include the tiered roof style that curves near to the ground, and a bronze roof ornament with five spires that symbolizes the Hindu Mount Meru.

The classical music and dance of Laos was inspired by the court dances of India, Cambodia, and Thailand. Its themes draw from Hindu mythology, the Buddhist Jataka tales, and local legends.

Laotion Ramayana

The Laotion adoption of the Ramayana is called Phra Lak Phra Lam. The title comes from the Lao names for Lakshmana and Rama. Phra Lak Phra Lam also exists in Northeast Thailand where there is a large population of ethnic Lao. There are several versions of this story, each slightly different but also similar to the Ramakien in Thailand. Originally written on palm leaf manuscripts, the story of Phra Lak Phra Lam has also been adapted to Lao ballet where it is known by the same title. 

The story is considered by Laotians to be a Jataka tale and regarded as very sacred. It is also believed that Prince Rama is actually an incarnation of the Buddha contrary to other versions which traditionally regard Rama as an incarnation of Lord Narayana. 

Universal to the literature and poetry of Laos, as well as to its dance, music, and sculpture, are oral myths and legends based on the Phra Lak Phra Lam, the Lao version of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. This tale of Rama, a prince and the seventh incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu, is known and loved throughout Southeast Asia. Other popular Lao literature includes the Jatakas, stories of previous incarnations of the Buddha. Both the Phra Lak Phra Lam and the Jataka tales contain moral metaphors enacted through rigorous battles in which good always triumphs over evil. Favorite stories tell how heroic princes defeat powerful demons. 

Lao innovations include the tiered roof style that curves near to the ground, and a bronze roof ornament with five spires that symbolizes the Hindu Mount Meru. 

The classical music and dance of Laos was inspired by the court dances of India, Cambodia, and Thailand. Its themes draw from Hindu mythology, the Buddhist Jataka tales, and local legends.
Posted in भारतीय मंदिर - Bharatiya Mandir

Wat Phu Temple in Laos


Wat Phu Temple in Laos

The temple of Wat Phu, one of the most important Hindu sanctuaries of the Khmer Empire.

Wat Phu temple was built in homage to Lord Shiva. Behind is Lingaparvarta, resembling Shiva Linga. The site, called “Mountain of the lingam” owes its name to the rock overtopping it which is considered to be a lingam “which arose by itself” by the will of Lord Shiva.

Wat Phu Temple in Laos

The temple of Wat Phu, one of the most important Hindu sanctuaries of the Khmer Empire. 

Wat Phu temple was built in homage to Lord Shiva. Behind is Lingaparvarta, resembling Shiva Linga. The site, called "Mountain of the lingam" owes its name to the rock overtopping it which is considered to be a lingam "which arose by itself" by the will of Lord Shiva.