September 06, 2013
Itsnot easy to forget the helpless eyes of that innocent baby. Even in herchildhood stage she had understood &
digested the mindset and frigidity ofthe so called humans. She doesn't have
a mum but the people around her love andcare for her.
Buttoday when I saw her, she was alone with one foot badly and cruelly hurt. Herbone was visible through her swelled
foot. Poor thing I thought. Even afterthis tragedy there was an element of contentment in her eyes. I am amazed how shecould be so much in peace. I couldn't see
her state and busted out,immediately complaining god. I don’t know why but somewhere I found myself tobe responsible for her sufferings. She taught me a big lesson of life.
Shewas there on road – Alone – In Pain – Badly hurt – Hungry – Weak – full of dirtAnd I have a house –
Quilt – Bed – Food – luxury – People around me – My mum –Friends – EVERYTHING…!!! WHY THIS INDIFFERENCE…??
Iam sure if I was in her state I would have quit long before. I don’t know aboutthe thing that is making
her intention to live so strong but I lost myself toher. She is strong & tough; I tried to feed her with biscuits. She couldhardly eat them because blood was flowing out from her mouth, I don’t know howshe managed. But…. How could she understand so soon that
it is uselesscomplaining… !!!
Sheis carrying so many things in herself, yet holds calmness on the face as if shealready had an experience
of entire life time. She is so young yet so mature…
sunny singh bhatti
August 28, 2013
hey there people I would like to share a trip report about Wildospher its a adventure tour organizer. I went with these guys and what an experience these guys actually showed me kaziranga Tiger in some remote area of the forest I must say they know the
forest pretty well beautiful birds all around they took me so close that I can click my pictures from any angle same with the rhinos aswell Wildospher is the best I recommend u people to go with them they even do the untouched forest neora national park I
been with them even there they made me do a foot safari and i saw marble cat clouded leopard and leopard while I was on a foot safari these guys are blessed I must say. the experience and the hospitality is just great, there are many more things that they
offer for a adventure outdoors rafting is again one of there specialty. contact then on there mail
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www.facebook.com/wildospher .get in touch with them for some stunning experience for adventure.
August 21, 2013
July 27, 2013
Order them online. The books are set in National Parks and Protected areas of India. The author is an informed nature traveler who educates while telling the stories. I enjoyed travelling with
him to the distant places where the adventures of a group of teens whom you identify with as the boy or girl next door, kept me enthralled.
Jishu Kinkar Medhi
July 22, 2013
Steps for briquette formation
· Collectionof biomass in required quantity
· Eliminationof any unwanted stuffs from
the biomass and subsequently making it free fromany dirt and soil
· Grindingthe biomass into fine particles
· Passingthe biomass through sieve to eliminate
large chunks of biomass that might bepresent in it
· Preparationof slurry by mixing the biomass
with binder and water
· Mouldingof briquettes in small size from
the prepared slurry
· Dryingof briquettes
The first step for briquetteformation is the preparation of slurry. Slurry is the mixture of biomass withbinder and water. For making the
slurry, a fixed quantity of binder is firstmixed with water and made into a sticky paste. The amount of water added shouldjust be enough to make it a paste. After that, the biomass particles must beadded to it in required quantity following which the ingredients
are thoroughlymixed to make the slurry.
The slurry thus formed must now bemoulded into briquettes while it is still soft. Moulding of briquettes may bedone in two ways – either by
hand or by machine. In our case, briquettes weremoulded by hand only.
The briquettes thus prepared are verysoft and wet at the beginning and capable of deformation due to the highmoisture content. Therefore they
are required to be kept in the open or underthe sun to dry. Generally they are kept for about 2 weeks in the sun to dry offand become hard and solid. While drying, it is important to take care that thebriquettes are not subjected to any kind of interference
or otherwise be tamperedwith which might spoil the briquettes.
July 19, 2013
I have just joined this club and as a volunteer to the Wild Life Crime Control Bureau, I am empowered to collect intelligence and pass on to the respective Dy Directors (North, South, East or West). I would appreciate members who have some cogent information
to pass it on to me, without revealing your name or location ( for your own safety).
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July 12, 2013
Take a peep into the Beautiful Kedar Valley. It got devastated by the recent floods of June 2013. It needs Healing. Here is a call to join an Effort to Rebuid
July 12, 2013
"Nature is far more imaginative than we are," Stamatios Krimigis, the eminent Johns Hopkins physicist, said when readings from the Voyager spacecraft failed to match expectations for what it would find at the far edge of the solar system. That kind of
humility in the face of data is tough for today's environmentalists, who have staked so much on their own models, predictions and certitudes.
It's a pity. The world needs a credible environmental movement. Conservation matters. So does the quality of water and air. In China and Russia today environmentalists have mounted the most effective (and often the most courageous) critique of the toxic
combination of coercive states and corrupt businesses. In the developed world, urban life has been massively improved thanks to a keener environmental awareness.
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July 10, 2013
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July 08, 2013
Yes the name of this Gem is 'Purushottam' i.e., purush+Uttam (the Man who excells among all Men) and he is the Priest of the Shiva Temple in Jaipur. He excelled all Men/Priests (?) too by taking his devotion/reverence to the Lord beyond the ordinary. He
noticed that hundreds of gallons of Water and Milk poured for the 'abhisheka' of the ShivLing was flowing into the passage used by the devotees, ending up under their feet and into the drains...........Out of the Box thinking by this Gem led him to persuading
all concerned to harvest this holy water/milk...........Having done that 4+ years ago for his temple, not only has he had the satisfaction of seeing the locality handpump starting to pump water, but also helped him convince managements of other temples and
get them to adopt the best practice he devised.......That is truly socially responsible living and devotion with mindfulness- a story that may become a part of talks on CSR and this truly is a good example of TSR (Temple social responsibility). Great power
to his 'aarti-holding hand' and devotion
Must thank Times of India who discovered Purushottam, his Shiva Temple and published the story.
Read it on the following link