Tuesday, 30 September 2014


In the blue Mon  of this mythological journey of the world we are witness like a  responsible person non blame statistic  vast star world like a  sea rounding us being One NODE to drink through purified it!


The Ganga action plan was, launched by Shri Rajeev Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India on 14 Jan. 1986 with the main objective of pollution abatement, to improve the water quality by Interception, Diversion and treatment of domestic sewage and present toxic and industrial chemical wastes from identified grossly polluting units entering in to the river. The other objectives of the Ganga Action Plan are as under.

  • Control of non-point pollution from agricultural run off, human defecation, cattle wallowing and throwing of unburnt and half burnt bodies into the river.
  • Research and Development to conserve the biotic, diversity of the river to augment its productivity.
  • New technology of sewage treatment like Up-flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) and sewage treatment through afforestation has been successfully developed.
  • Rehabilitation of soft-shelled turtles for pollution abatement of river have been demonstrated and found useful.
  • Resource recovery options like production of methane for energy generation and use of aquaculture for revenue generation have been demonstrated.
  • To act as trend setter for taking up similar action plans in other grossly polluted stretches in other rivers.

The ultimate objective of the GAP is to have an approach of integrated river basin management considering the various dynamic inter-actions between abiotic and biotic eco-system.

Notwithstanding some delay in the completion of the first phase of GAP it has generated considerable interest and set the scene for evolving a national approach towards replicating this program for the other polluted rivers of the country. The Government of India proposed to extend this model with suitable modifications to the national level through a National River Action Plan (NRAP). The NRAP mainly draws upon the lessons learnt and the experience gained from the GAP besides seeking the views of the State Governments and the other concerned Departments/Agencies.

Under NRCP scheme the CPCB had conducted river basin studies and had identified 19 gross polluted stretches and 14 less polluted stretches along 19 rivers, which include 11 stretches situated along 7 rivers of M.P. 



Computer Hope

Computer Hope 

A uncommon name may store all ready as succeed of our project
this eid all will be give like god surprise of sacrifices  throughout touch to little realty!


An experimental mysterious  god surrender value even play for
enjoy and live it; learn how our birth AND NEW reason fall upon mysterious WORLD!

 East of all advance Soul Searching until to play all of live heart whose rear feels it , falls in to a particular
reason like all off  and Finlay for real proving they fed up before ON ,so they are astonish that the last work
done by god miracle tends to haul them by luck .  

 learn to feel and thank to whole world and universal God! 
Beside believe with  real present of more power fully real and habitually by try and try as far their
responsibility and  ability set up by Sun and as whole star risen fro first elementary and elements* of world; it is simple sound be a new man for searching a new power point ;they will be come in our mind sky  before we understand the matter as Astonish the general  people, so be surrender to god everyday !    

viz:  clementine.

a tangerine of a deep orange-red North African variety that is grown around the Mediterranean and in South Africa. 

viz: A NEW BIRD.
The heart position of their super active elements want to light houses with necessary light  by all the power!  

Monday, 29 September 2014


PAPERS CONCERN  Needless to say all the pages turn over like picture as far confidential 
information for universal hope and wealth concern.

There have  more describe a healthy ecology how presented by our kindness heart as we wish for

a development country. 
A good contributing stage may vary our Tranquil   EVERGREEN WORLD being a world resident instantly let base on our project yet from far distance but with hearty distance being for our guardian Ones!

We will be appear one time with more proving terminal as you surprising and Not either 
through a episodic real agenda of members, please join more volume with more united for
next universal  supernatural conversation from unquiet power of primary world c.
Creative, creator could more opportunity for my; our episode being as universal eternal episode._
like this Mentality necessary for a calm but active human or Newman of this world!   



An additional spirit while fall upon the intranet sky
Sky net appearance comes and bring an episodic remark which want to give an advance
search for our real clour world.
 People just  connecting with a circle where an entire hope followed by many of burden 
they fall in low working salary and make an impossible manner OUT OF REGULAR ADDRESS .


With every  Especial followers or employes  in any religion-ship:
A}How remove your drug & smoking world!
b}How utilities your past failure characteristic  in strong future succeed.
c} a new relationship with owner of your companies.
d}A long brake for worship and meditation journey everyday! 

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Saturday, 27 September 2014


An another eared information seem to be a hub ; haul us to join the keeping held for  lighting
as a stadium as a gallery
there are provide a  filed seemed save SUN realty after completing all of humanized booting work &
like an another  stolen nature starting at end of last worldly and spiritual real dreamy world;  
starting from star-world synchronizing respect to ;limit (human spirit) and base ( as should-able elementary world)   creatively exchanges all the voluminous curricula  to make a real C.V. of the  desirable mysterious  world*
Spirit comes should like here respect to wanted world! 

How ever the main thing between the infinity possibility ans probability showing an enable and disable 
  curricula so for  live  using destroy and creative nature concern ; 
So without revulsion & revolution no thing allocatable from free caloric world from infinity +1 world energy! 

today i assumption a common feature let  before 1core million or+1   
this world timing were 30 hours!!!!

As a dead star light naturally off ..but we to do no off yet no off side hence new live concern.

Made on evaluated world !!

Thursday, 25 September 2014

A best honorable Persist

Fittingly another One of the novel's most  important themes is the   Idea 
that Adversity and suffering are necessary to a person's moral and spiritual 

Survey for finding
Individuality: Calling respect to whole eternity for causing only on supernatural creating thing 
best callers mean connecting people   feeds  seemed to be natural tuning in every era , for assumption an origin they may creates a non harmful forces of individuality , it fakes for them but one-day( Sunday greater than Monday  ) able to search or overcome all the persist mind  which even should tends to a more active strong structural  bond of SOUL one or Sources like One SUN!

A term '' Devotional thing and Lust thing '' respect to always new  new birth of era.*
we have to overcome a frustration and turnover for coming  new era with our inner most naive spirit;
just with connecting people (All the way).

&* While it Wanted mode should  mutually with the more believe.
More One calling is good if he will be come to peace and join in our project from any one for any god
for any live Stare star* 
Stare Star in two form & taken a universal eternal coming   which back to future forever world life quite matching.
Sacrificing Mode  ? I mean any Extra ordinary Supernatural power always up and Devote for preventive mode being for any good persist  these lie upon the non systematical harmfulness in forgotten rules (by may evil fro one world energy)   , want to play under fake tuning as far as promises rules (past history.era)

Yet a non bypass live right away... (within take a brake)
A dream-able birthday may  bring a peepers success with Google Birthday hosted by a type of intectuality and new information!
Am i i n wrote a date number 28! and with more free of love and life  in fulfill individuating feelings onwards )  

Lata Mangeshkar

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lata Mangeshkar
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Mangeshkar in 2008
Born 28 September 1929 (age 84) Indore, Central India Agency, British India.
Other names Didi, Nightingale of India.
Occupation Playback singer
Years active 1942–present
Spouse(s) none
Parents Deenanath Mangeshkar
Shevanti Mangeshkar
Relatives Asha Bhosle (Sister). Usha Mangeshkar (Sister). Meena Mangeshkar (Sister). Hridaynath Mangeshkar (Brother).
Awards Bharat Ratna 2001 Padma Vibhushan 1999, Dada Saheb Phalke Award 1989, Maharashtra Bhushan Award 1997, NTR National Award 1999, Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award
Lata Mangeshkar (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) (born 28 September 1929) is an Indian singer, and occasional music-composer. She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in India.[1][2] Mangeshkar's career started in 1942 and has spanned over seven decades. She has recorded songs for over a thousand Hindi films and has sung songs in over thirty-six regional Indian languages and foreign languages, though primarily in Marathi and Hindi. She is the elder sister of singers Asha Bhosle, Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Meena Mangeshkar. She is the second vocalist to have ever been awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour.[3]

Early life

Lata Mangeshkar was born in a Marathi-speaking Gomantak Maratha[4] family, in the princely state of Indore, part of the Central India Agency (now part of Madhya Pradesh). Her father, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar was a classical singer and theater actor. Her mother Shevanti (Shudhamati) who was from Thalner, Maharashtra, was Deenanath's second wife. The family's last name used to be Hardikar; Deenanath changed it to Mangeshkar in order to identify his family with his native town, Mangeshi in Goa. Lata was named "Hema" at her birth. Her parents later renamed her Lata after a female character, Latika, in one of her father's plays, BhaawBandhan.[5] Lata is the eldest child of her parents. Meena, Asha, Usha and Hridaynath are her siblings in sequence.
Mangeshkar took her first lessons from her father. At the age of five, she started to work as an actress in her father's musical plays (Sangeet Natak in Marathi). On the first day in the school, she started teaching songs to other children. When the teacher stopped her, she was so angry that she stopped going to the school.[5] Other sources cite that she left school because they would not allow her to bring Asha with her, as she would often bring her younger sister with her.




Some song eared by teenager  lyrics by  solitaire  music by nature 
Some picture eyed by time capture by last star sown by sleep time line  angel 
teenager sing a song 
star at late night  on the head with greasiness moon 
 the ear could define the lyrics the wind could able to solitaire 
the shut up 
A silent era return with new sun in new morning with more elements of surprises  

who mean sun promises us i will give  a measure of energy by your every last (soft ,heart  by all of world values )  paddle  .

Proceed. Happy World!

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Outstanding work

Outstanding Work how make fulfill a fair of origin  by pressure of an extraordinary work with next 
One while  leave we responsibility  synchronized  must !

Play with whole eternity for something  in another believe in another developmental World
towards our 100-1%job for wastage caloric conversation. 
1 % we in freedom and could turn our moment as far as our intend play or draw by  extraordinary 
common people !
Now join us with full efficiency free and fair of love as far as work concern! 


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The logo for Tumblr, Inc.
The Tumblr homepage when a user is not signed in, as of May 2013. A different background image is displayed each time the page is loaded.
Type Subsidiary
Founded February 2007[1]
Headquarters New York City, United States[2]
Founder(s) David Karp
Industry Microblogging, social networking service
Owner Yahoo! Inc.
Employees 281 (as of September 2014)[1]
Website tumblr.com
Alexa rank Steady 35 (April 2014)[3]
Tumblr (stylized in its logo as tumblr.) is a microblogging platform and social networking website founded by David Karp and owned by Yahoo! Inc. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Users can follow other users' blogs, as well as make their blogs private.[4][5] Much of the website's features are accessed from the "dashboard" interface, where the option to post content and posts of followed blogs appear.
As of September 1, 2014, Tumblr hosts over 201.3 million blogs.[2] The company's headquarters is in New York City.
Yahoo! announced its intention to acquire Tumblr on May 20, 2013, for approximately $1.1 billion.[6][7][8][9] The deal closed on June 20, 2013.[10]


David Karp
Founder and CEO, David Karp
Marco Arment
Former CTO, Marco Arment
Development of Tumblr began in 2006 during a two-week gap between contracts at David Karp's software consulting company, Davidville (housed at Karp's former internship with producer/incubator Fred Seibert's Frederator Studios which was located a block from Tumblr's current headquarters).[11][12] Karp had been interested in tumblelogs (short-form blogs) for some time and was waiting for one of the established blogging platforms to introduce their own tumblelogging platform. As no one had done so after a year of waiting, Karp and developer Marco Arment began working on their own tumblelogging platform.[13][14] Tumblr was launched in February 2007[15][16] and within two weeks, the service had gained 75,000 users.[17] Arment left the company in September 2010 to focus on Instapaper.[18]
In early June 2012, Tumblr featured its first major brand advertising campaign in conjunction with Adidas. Adidas launched an official soccer Tumblr blog and bought placements on the user dashboard. This launch was only two months after Tumblr announced it would be moving towards paid advertising on its site.[19]
On May 20, 2013, it was announced that Yahoo! and Tumblr had reached an agreement for Yahoo! to acquire Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash.[20][21] Many of Tumblr's users were unhappy with the news, causing some to start a petition, achieving nearly 170,000 signatures.[22] David Karp will remain CEO and the deal was finalized on June 20, 2013.[23][24]



Monday, 22 September 2014


মঙ্গল বার্তা বহে 
আকাশের নিল রঙ্গে 
একই আনন্দ একই পিয়াসা 
তবু না মিটিতে চাহি 
ভোরের কুয়াশা ভেজা সিসির বিন্দু
ঝরে যাওয়া ফল ফুলের নতুন কুড়ি
কাশ  ফুল ও বাগিচা 
যেন সাজ সাজ রবে 
নতুন নতুন রবে
মঙ্গল বার্তা বহে 
বিশ্ব প্রকৃতি ভৈরবী শান্তি খুজিতে চাহি 
তোমারি করি আহ্বান 
বেজে ওঠে প্রাণ মন প্রেমের ভাবনায় 
নাই শ্রান্ত নাই অবসাদ 
শুধু আনন্দ শুধু চেতনা 
তবু না মিটিতে চাহি। ..

Pitru Paksha

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pitru Paksha
Pitru Paksha 2007.jpg
Pitru Paksha rites being performed on banks of the Banganga Tank, September 7, 2007
Observed by Hindus
Type Hindu
Celebrations 16 lunar days (the period comprises 16 lunar days, which may not correspond to 16 solar days)
Observances Shraddha: paying homage to their ancestors, especially by food offerings
Begins Full moon day of Bhadrapada
Ends Sarvapitri Amavasya: new moon day
Date September/October
2013 date September 19 – October 4
2014 date September 9 – September 23
Related to Ancestor worship
Pitru Paksha (Sanskrit: पितृ पक्ष), also spelt as Pitr paksha or Pitri paksha, (literally "fortnight of the ancestors") is a 16–lunar day period when Hindus pay homage to their ancestors (Pitrs), especially through food offerings. The period is also known as Pitru Pakshya, Pitri Pokkho, Sola Shraddha ("sixteen shraddhas"), Kanagat, Jitiya, Mahalaya Paksha and Apara paksha.[1][2][3]
Pitru Paksha is considered by Hindus to be inauspicious, given the death rite performed during the ceremony, known as Shraddha or tarpan. In southern and western India, it falls in the Hindu lunar month of Bhadrapada (September–October), beginning with the full moon day (Purnima) that occurs immediately after the Ganesh festival and ending with the new moon day known as Sarvapitri amavasya, Mahalaya amavasya or simply Mahalaya. The autumnal equinox falls within this period, i.e. the Sun transitions from the northern to the southern hemisphere during this period. In North India and Nepal, this period corresponds to the dark fortnight of the month Ashvin, instead of Bhadrapada.


According to Hinduism, the souls of three preceding generations of one's ancestor reside in Pitru–loka, a realm between heaven and earth. This realm is governed by Yama, the god of death, who takes the soul of a dying man from earth to Pitru–loka. When a person of the next generation dies, the first generation shifts to heaven and unites with God, so Shraddha offerings are not given. Thus, only the three generations in Pitru–loka are given Shraddha rites, in which Yama plays a significant role.[4] According to the sacred Hindu epics (Itihasa), at the beginning of Pitru Paksha, the sun enters the zodiac sign of Libra (Thula). Coinciding with this moment, it is believed that the spirits leave Pitru–loka and reside in their descendants' homes for a month until the sun enters the next zodiac—Scorpio (Vrichchhika)—and there is a full moon. Hindus are expected to propitiate the ancestors in the first half, during the dark fortnight.[2][5]
When Karna, the brave warrior whose acts of giving are legendary even today, died in the epic Mahabharata war, his soul transcended to heaven, where he was offered gold and jewels as food. However, Karna needed real food to eat and asked Indra, the lord of heaven, the reason for serving gold as food. Indra told Karna that he had donated gold all his life, but had never donated food to his ancestors in Shraddha. Karna said that since he was unaware of his ancestors, he never donated anything in their memory. To make amends, Karna was permitted to return to earth for a 15–day period, so that he could perform Shraddha and donate food and water in their memory. This period is now known as Pitru Paksha.[6] In some legends, Yama replaces Indra.[7]


 Tarpan is being done at the Jagannath Ghat, Kolkata.
The Tarpan (Offering holy water to the manes) is being done at the Jagannath Ghat, Kolkata, at end of the Pitru Paksha.
Annadaana ("Donation of food") is a central part of the rituals during these 16 days. On all these days, offerings are made to the departed, including those whose names or manner of death are not known. On these days tarpan, shraaddha and pinda daan are performed daily according to the procedures under the guidance of a priest. Although these rites are to be carried out daily in this fortnight, it is considered that to perform them on the last day i.e. on Mahalaya Amavasya |(or "Sarva Pitru Amavasya") is extremely important and sacred. The performance of Shraddha by a son during Pitru Paksha is regarded as compulsory by Hindus, to ensure that the soul of the ancestor goes to heaven. In this context, the scripture Garuda Purana says, "there is no salvation for a man without a son".[4] The scriptures preach that a householder should propitiate ancestors (Pitris), along with the gods (devas), ghosts (bhutas) and guests.[1] The scripture Markandeya Purana says that if the ancestors are content with the shraddhas, they will bestow health, wealth, knowledge and longevity, and ultimately heaven and salvation (moksha) upon the performer.[2]
The performance of Sarvapitri amavasya rites can also compensate a forgotten or neglected annual Shraddha ceremony, which should ideally coincide with the death anniversary of the deceased. According to Sharma, the ceremony is central to the concept of lineages. Shraddha involves oblations to three preceding generations—by reciting their names—as well as to the mythical lineage ancestor (gotra). A person thus gets to know the names of six generations (three preceding generation, his own and two succeeding generations—his sons and grandsons) in his life, reaffirming lineage ties.[1] Anthropologist Usha Menon of Drexel University presents a similar idea—that Pitru Paksha emphasises the fact that the ancestors and the current generation and their next unborn generation are connected by blood ties. The current generation repays their debt to the ancestors in the Pitru Paksha. This debt is considered of utmost importance along with a person's debt to his gurus and his parents.[8]

Rules of Shraddha

When and where

The shraddha is performed on the specific lunar day during the Pitru Paksha, when the ancestor—usually a parent or paternal grandparent—died. There are exceptions to the lunar day rule; special days are allotted for people who died in a particular manner or had a certain status in life. Chautha Bharani and Bharani Panchami, the fourth and fifth lunar day respectively, are allocated for people deceased in the past year. Avidhava navami ("Unwidowed ninth"), the ninth lunar day, is for married women who died before their husband. Widowers invite Brahmin women as guests for their wife's shraddha. The twelfth lunar day is for children and ascetics who had renounced the worldly pleasures. The fourteenth day is known as Ghata chaturdashi or Ghayala chaturdashi, and is reserved for those people killed by arms, in war or suffered a violent death.[2][4]
Mahalaya marks the formal beginning of the Durga Puja festival
Sarvapitri amavasya (all fathers' new moon day) is intended for all ancestors, irrespective of the lunar day they died. It is the most important day of the Pitru Paksha.[2][4] Those who have forgotten to perform shraddha can do so on this day. A shraddha ritual performed on this day is considered as fruitful as one conducted in the holy city of Gaya, which is seen as a special place to perform the rite, and hosts a fair during the Pitru Paksha period.[3] In Bengal, Mahalaya (Bengali: মহালয়া) marks the beginning of Durga Puja festivities. Mahalaya is the day when the goddess Durga is believed to have descended to Earth. Bengali people traditionally wake up early in the morning on Mahalaya to recite hymns from the Devi Mahatmyam (Chandi) scripture. Offerings to the ancestors are made in homes and at puja mandaps (temporary shrines).[9][10] Matamaha ("Mother's father") or Dauhitra ("Daughter's son") also marks the first day of the month of Ashvin and beginning of the bright fortnight. It is assigned for the grandson of the deceased maternal grandfather.[2][4]
The ritual is also held on the death anniversary of the ancestor. The shraddha is performed only at noon, usually on the bank of a river or lake or at one's own house.[4] Families may also make a pilgrimage to places like Varanasi and Gaya to perform Shraddha.[2][3][11] An annual Pitri Paksha Mela at Gaya on the banks of River Falgu. Pilgrims from all corners of the country visit Gaya for offering Pinda to their Ancestors. According to Bihar Tourism Department estimates, some 5,00,000 to 75,00,000 pilgrims arrive in the Gaya city during the Pitri Paksha Mela every year.[12]

Who and for whom

It is essential that Shraddha be performed by the son—usually the eldest—or male relative of the paternal branch of the family, limited to the preceding three generations. However, on Sarvapitri amavasya or matamaha, the daughter's son can offer Shraddha for the maternal side of his family if a male heir is absent in his mother's family.[2][4] Some castes only perform the shraddha for one generation.[2] Prior to performing the rite, the male should have experienced a sacred thread ceremony. Since the ceremony is considered inauspicious due to its association with death, the royal family of Kutch, the king or heirs of the throne are prohibited from conducting Shraddha.[4]


The food offerings made to the ancestors are usually cooked in silver or copper vessels and typically placed on a banana leaf or cups made of dried leaves. The food must include Kheer (a type of sweet rice and milk), lapsi (a sweet porridge made of wheat grains), rice, dal (lentils), the vegetable of spring bean (guar) and a yellow gourd (pumpkin).[4]

Rites of Shraddha

 Pinda Daan is being done at the Jagannath Ghat, Kolkata.
Pinda Daan is being done at the Jagannath Ghat, Kolkata, at end of the Pitru Paksha.
The male who performs the shraddha should take a purifying bath beforehand and is expected to wear a dhoti. He wears a ring of kush grass. Then the ancestors are invoked to reside in the ring. The shraddha is usually performed bare-chested, as the position of the sacred thread worn by him needs to be changed multiple times during the ceremony. The shraddha involves pinda-daan, which is an offering to the ancestors of pindas (cooked rice and barley flour balls mixed with ghee and black sesame seeds), accompanying the release of water from the hand. It is followed by the worship of Vishnu in form of the darbha grass, a gold image or Shaligram stone and Yama. The food offering is then made, cooked especially for the ceremony on the roof. The offering is considered to be accepted if a crow arrives and devours the food; the bird is believed to be a messenger from Yama or the spirit of the ancestors.[2] A cow and a dog are also fed, and Brahmin priests are also offered food. Once the ancestors (crow) and Brahmins have eaten, the family members can begin lunch.[4]
Here is a list of Names of The Various Days:[13]
1. Purnima Shraddha 2. Pratipada Shraddha 3. Dwitiya Shraddha, Tritiya Shraddha 4. Chaturthi Shraddha 5. Maha Bharani, Panchami Shraddha 6. Shashthi Shraddha 7. Saptami Shraddha 8. Ashtami Shraddha 9. Navami Shraddha 10. Dashami Shraddha 11. Ekadashi Shraddha 12. Dwadashi Shraddha 13. Magha Shraddha, Trayodhashi Shraddha 14. Chaturdashi Shraddha 15. Sarva Pitru Amavasya