Panduranga-Mahatmya from the Skanda Purana (consisting of 900 verses); Panduranga-Mahatmya from the Padma Purana (consisting of 1,200 verses); Bhima-Mahatmya, also from the Padma Purana; and a third is Panduranga-Mahatmya, which is found in the Vishnu Purana.
Thesis Pandharpur Built Heritage (Phd thesis) has reference to puranic coverage.
Title: Exploring the influence of religion on the evolution of built heritage of pilgrimage places a case of Pandharpur
Researcher: Davalbhakta, Vaishali Khanderao
University: Savitribai Phule Pune University
Completed Date: 2017 http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/handle/10603/204118
Bharat is dotted with innumerable Tirthas and Punya Kshetras all over.
‘Varanasi’ where Avimukta Maha Deva, Visalakshi, Annapurna, Kapala Mochana Tirtha, Kala Bhairava Nivas and the Jeeva Ganga were the highlights;
‘Gaya’ Tirtha is a reputed Holy Place for performing ‘Pinda Pradaan’;
‘Kedar’ Shankar is present in the Form of Mahisha fulfilling human desires;
‘Badarikashrama’ Devi Parvati and Maha Deva worship Vishnu in the form of Nara Narayana;
‘Naimisharanya’where Maha Deva was known for destroying Tripurasura;
‘Amaresha’Kshetra Siva is in the form of ‘Omkareswara’ and Devi Parvati as ‘Chandika’;
‘Pushkar Maha Tirtha’ Rujogandhi Siva and Puruhuta named Devi reside;
‘Ashadhi’named Tirtha Sthaan ‘Ashadh Mahadeva and Rati Devi stay;
‘Dandi-Mundi’ Tirtha Mundi named Rudra and ‘Dandi’ Devatha inhabit;
‘Aralakeswar’ Kshetra is the abode of ‘Sukshma’ Siva and ‘Sukshmi’Girijakumari;
‘Kurukshetra’ ‘Sthanu’ Deva and ‘Sthanupriya’ Devi stay;
‘Kankhal’ Siva in the form of ‘Ugra’ and ‘Uma’ named Devi are housed;
‘Attahaas’ Tirtha is the Place where Surya Deva worships; ‘Srishaila’ is a popular Kshetra worshipping ‘Mallikarjuna’ and ‘Bhramaramba’, where Brahma did penance for Siddhi before taking up Creation of human beings;
‘Kalahasti’ on the banks of River ‘Suvarnamukhi’ displaying ‘Kalahasteswara’ and ‘Bhringamukharalika’ (Jnana Prasunamba) where Veda Vyasa worshipped; till date Pujas are performed to appease Rahu and Kethu Devas among the ‘Navagrahas’;
‘Kancheepura Kshetra’ where ‘Devi Kamakshi’ performed Tapasya under a Mangoe Tree to ‘Kamashasan’(Ekambareswar);
‘Vyaghrapuri Tirtha’ near Tillinanam - Siva is present as famous ‘Nataraja’ in the dance form at Chidambaram, where Maharshi Patanjali did his ‘upasana’;
‘Sethubandhana’ / ‘Rameswara’ - Sri Rama and Devi Sita returned from Lanka after killing Ravanasura and Sita set up a Sand Linga, since Hanuman Deva was unable to bring a fascimile of Kasi Visveswara on time;
‘Soma Tirtha’- ‘Somnath’is present;
‘Gokarna Kshetra’ - Bhagavan Gokarneswar is present;
‘Brahmapura Kshetra’ on the banks of Pushkarini - Brahma established Parama Siva;
‘Tripuranthak Kshetra’ - the Three Eyed Siva demolishes the devotees’ fear of ‘Naraka’;
‘Prabhasa Kshetra’ - Sri Krishna and Balabhadra worship ‘Chandrardha Sekhar’;
‘Jaalandhar kshetra’ - Andhakasura was killed by Siva and Jalandhar did Tapasya to become the Head of ‘Shivaganas’;
"People can be killed or incapacitated with ulcers, and they can be injured by psychological violence just as effectively as they can be with a gun."
Interdisciplinary Economics: Kenneth E. Boulding’s Engagement in the Sciences
Wilfred Dolfsma, Stefan Kesting
Routledge, 18-Jul-2013 - Business & Economics - 606 pages
Kenneth Boulding was a prolific writer across so many different fields that not only is he often much referred to and cited, he is considered a core member of many of these fields. Boulding is the quintessential interdisciplinary scholar. He died in 1993, but he has left a legacy in economics, conflict studies, systems theory, ecology, biology, communication studies, and ethics. As an economist proper he has tested and expanded the boundaries of that field without unduly "invading" and undermining the expertise and established knowledge of the other social sciences. This volume will allow scholars who have worked or are starting to work in areas that Boulding has initiated, established and made a continued contribution to, to understand the links between these fields and other related ones. The volume will establish a source of inspiration for some time to come.
Social disorganisation is an indication of the existence of the diseased or disruptive elements in society. These symptoms are important because they give knowledge of existing diseases so that it can consequently be arranged to fulfil the deficiency which the disease originates, before this disease can devour the entire social body.
Page 5, Social Disorganisation
Rajendra Kumar Sharma
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 1998 - India - 282 pages
The Book Covers University Syllabi Is Sociology In The Papers Social Disorganisation; Social Disorganisation In India; Social DisoOrganisation And Welfare Etc. Analytic in Presentation Of Matter Drawn From Authentic Sources, Holistic In Interpretation And Conclusions, With examples drawn from Indian Situations and narration in simple language, This Book Has Been Planned As A Textbook For Students And Reference Manual For Teachers.
"Our economy is poised to grow up to $5 trillion in the next 7-8 years, and up to $10 trillion in the next 15 years."
Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation of India, at The fifth edition of The Economic Times Supply Chain Management & Logistics Summit 2017 Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation of India.
Lets all work to make India 5 trillion dollar economy: PM Modi
Rajya Sabha TV
RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani - India's GDP To Double To 5 Trillion Dollar In Next 7 Years
22 July 2018
In 30 years, when India will celebrate the centenary of Independence, it can grow from a USD 2.5-trillion economy to become the most prosperous nation in the world, the RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani said.
“As India starts on its high growth journey to double the size of its economy by 2025, I assure you that the size of Reliance will more than double in the same period. And the creation of societal value by Reliance will be of an even higher order,” Ambani said in his 2018 RIL AGM address.
India to be $10 trillion economy by 2034?
25 Nov 2014 Dennis Nally, Chairman of PwC International, talks to NDTV about strategies needed to turn India into a $10 trillion economy in 20 years after the firm released a report outlining the potential of the Indian economy.
On 21 April 2016, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said India would become a $10 trillion economy by 2032. Kant made the projection assuming that growth would average 10% over the 16-year period. The presentation was made during Civil Services Day function attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and large number of civil servants. Mr,. Kant also said, a average growth rate of ten per cent during the next 16 years.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's $20 Trillion GDP Vision for India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in is his speech: "Let us Dream 20 Trillion Dollars GDP for India." Yes, He can create the vision for a $20 Trillion GDP India.
Already many experts have come out with $10 Trillion India. Let us achieve this intermediate target first by 2030 and then aim for the next. No rest till we are declared the best.
Yes, India can aim for $10 Trillion - Support from Gary Hamel, Strategy Guru
Vineer Nayar, Former CEO, HCL Technologies supporting the target and bringing leading consultants from the Globe to convince Indian Businessmen to create appropriate visions for their organizations.
ET Now upload
24 November 2014
PWC Report on India - Future of India - Winning Leap
Scenario 3: The Winning Leap includes investment in both human and physical capital as per the previous two scenarios but also focuses on investment in R&D and innovation and envisions a 9.0% CAGR for GDP by 2034. This scenario forecasts the most aggressive growth and is the only scenario which will generate the 240 million new jobs India's growing demography needs. This is supported by a massive transformation in the investment outlook and productivity metrics in India, supported through significant investments (domestic and foreign) and research and development. http://press.pwc.com/global/the-future-of-india/s/3de54e52-d24c-49b4-bd8d-7cc5705bd5e6
Development of R&D Important for $10 Trillion GDP
National Solar Mission
Objective: to make India a global leader in solar energy and envisages an installed solar generation
capacity of 20,000 MW by 2020, of 1,00,000 MW by 2030 and of 2,00,000 MW by 2050.
Was it already revised by Modi Government?
Updated 2018 - 21 July 2018
Updated 2017 - 28 November, 2016 - 22 Apr 2016
Updated 2015 - 15 August, 12 April, 23 Feb 2015
Deen Dayal Upadyaya emphasized the importance of co-operation as a social process. The activities in the society have to be organized with co-operation as the major social process. A business transaction has to take place as a co-operative transaction.
Deen Dayal stated, "Co-operation also obtains in abundance just as conflict and competition in this world. Vegetation and animal life keep each other alive. We get our oxygen supply with the help of vegetation whereas we provide carbon dioxide so essential for the growth of vegetable life. This mutual co-operation sustains life on this earth."
What Deen Dayalji has stated has entered mainstream management through the concepts of relationship marketing and supply chain management. Both are based on trust and co-operation between producer and customers and producer and his suppliers. The entire business system has to be built on the basis of trust and co-operation. The other forms doing business are a waste of resources, both physical and social.
It is important to note that Deen Dayal emphasizes that there should be no waste of natural resources and he also implies social resources.
Deep and Deep Publications, Jan 1, 1999 - 167 pages
An Important Topic in Supply Chain Management
Topic from the book "Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning and Operation" by Sunil Chopra, Peter Meindl, and D.V. Kalra, Fourth Edition, Pearson, 2010.
Designing a Relationship with Cooperation and Trust
Key steps involved
1. Assessing the value of the relationship.
2. Identifying operational roles and decision rights for each party
3. Creating effective contracts
4. Designing effective conflict resolution mechanism
1. Assessing the value of the relationship: A well designed supply chain creates increase in total profits for the supply chain. The next step is to clarify the contribution of each party as well as the benefits that will accrue to each. When the relationship results in increased benefit to each of the parties involved in a relationship it is likely to flourish. If a party feels, injustice is done to him in a cooperative endeavour, conflict will result. Cooperationism as a guiding principle directs managers to enhance cooperation and eliminate conflict.
Updated 20 Jan 2016, 9 May 2015
First published on 25 April 2015. The thought came in the workshop on Deen Dayalji's Ekatma Manav Vaad.
SEMINAR ON “EKATMA MANAV DARSHAN AS A PRACTICAL ALTERNATIVE”
In the birth centenary year of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya, (Propounder of Ekatma Manav-vad), Deendayal Prerana Kendra and Ekatma Prabodh Mandal organized a seminar on Ekatma Manav Darshan on 10TH FEBRUARY 2016, 4.30 TO 7.45 PM
Theme: EKATMA MANAV DARSHAN AS A PRACTICAL ALTERNATIVE
Place: SHRIRAM VYAYAMSHALA HALL, OPP.GADAKARI RANGAYATAN, THANE WEST
Session 1: Ekatma Manav Darshan & Capitalism by Dr. KVSS Narayana Rao
Session 2: Ekatma Manav Darshan & Globalization by Dr. Varadraj Bapat
Session 3: Ekatma Manav Darshan – In Practice by Dilip Kelkar
Session 4: Samarop: DR. SATISH MODH, Director, Vivekanand Institute of Mgt, Chembur
EKATMA PRABODH MANDAL (Activity of Ekatma Vikas Samiti, Public Trust) B105 Vatsalyadeep, Krantiveer Phadke Marg, Mulund East, Mumbai 400081 Tel: 25639654, Email: ekatmaprabodh at the rate gmail.com
From Competition to Cooperation | Primavera De Filippi
Primavera De Filippi is a permanent researcher at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris.
Humans, so far, have only been able to achieve goals cooperatively through the imposition of organizational hierarchies, centralized coordination, and rules. Blockchain technologies offer a new approach, allowing us to achieve large-scale and systematic cooperation in an entirely distributed and decentralized manner.
Published on 21 Oct 2015
Updated on 21 July 2018
First published on 20 January 2016
An answer is available in this post that you are reading
Plan for employment to 2-cr persons
(This plan is posted in the comment on the FaceBook post of RSSurjewala) I want all parliamentarians to become aware of the plan.
20 September 2017
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday (10 September 2017) admitted that the UPA government had been "unable" to deliver on the 30,000 jobs it promised to create everyday
The challenge is how to solve the job problem in a democratic environment, and frankly the Congress party was unable to do it," Rahul admitted.
Despite its victory, Rahul believes Modi and the BJP haven't understood how important it is to keep the promise to create jobs.
First stage units (Villages and urban blocks): For rural India, the number of villages ( Census Enumeration Blocks
for Kerala) surveyed in the central sample was 8484 and the number of urban blocks/ Census
Enumeration Blocks surveyed was 7839. In addition to this, a “State Sample” was also
surveyed by the State/UT Governments who participated in this survey. The results presented
in this document are, however, based on central sample alone.
Second Stage Units: The unincorporated non-agricultural enterprises were the
ultimate sampling units in NSS 73rd round survey. At all India level a total of 290113
enterprises were surveyed (143179 enterprises in rural and 146934 enterprises in urban
Estimated number of Enterprises
3.2.1 The survey estimated the number of unincorporated non-agricultural enterprises in the
country during 2015-16 as 6.34 crore
Out of the total number of enterprises 51.3 % were in rural areas and the remaining 48.7 % were in urban areas. Out of the total estimated number of enterprises at all India level, 31 % were engaged in manufacturing, 36.3 % enterprises were in trading and 32.6 % were in other services.
As per the results obtained from the survey, the Own Account Enterprises (OAEs)
(i.e. enterprises that do not employ any hired worker on a fairly regular basis) had a dominant
share in the unincorporated non-agricultural enterprises (excluding construction). At all India
level 84.2 % of the estimated number of enterprises under coverage was OAEs. The share of
OAEs was 91.4 % in the rural areas and 76.6 % in the urban areas.
Estimated number of Workers
The results of the survey reveals that during 2015-16, about 11.13 crore workers were engaged in unincorporated non-agricultural enterprises (excluding construction) in the
country. Among the workers, 55 % worked in urban areas and 45 % worked in rural areas.
The Own Account Enterprises (OAEs) accounted for 62 % of the workforce in the
unincorporated non-agricultural sector (excluding construction) in the country. At all India
level, workers in the OAEs outnumbered those engaged by establishments in all the broad
Gross Value Added (GVA)
3.9.1 Gross Value Added (GVA) is an important economic indicator that measures the
contribution of a particular sector to the economy. It gives the value of goods and services
produced less the cost of all intermediate consumption that are directly attributable to that
During the year 2015-16, the aggregate annual gross value added by the unincorporated non-agricultural enterprises engaged in market production was estimated as Rs.1152338 crores.
At all-India level, annual GVA per enterprise in the unincorporated nonagricultural
sector was estimated at Rs. 1,81,908.
For rural India, annual GVA per enterprise
for OAEs and establishments were estimated as Rs. 71,217 and Rs. 4,78,319 respectively.
The corresponding estimates for urban areas were Rs. 1,26,529 and Rs. 7,03,848 respectively.
3.11 Gross Value Added (GVA) per Worker
3.11.1 Gross Value Added per Worker (GVAPW) is a very important measure of labour
productivity obtained by dividing the real output (i.e. gross value added) by the total number
of workers employed by the enterprises.
3.11.2 The annual GVA per Worker for enterprises engaged in market production at all India
level was estimated as Rs. 1,03,744.
3.12.2 The average annual emolument per hired worker estimated from the survey was Rs. 87,544
3.13.2 The estimated value of total owned fixed assets per enterprise by broad activity
category for different enterprise types are presented in Statement 25. At all India level, the
market value of owned fixed assets per enterprise was estimated as Rs. 2,31,869.
Averge Annual GVA per enterprise: Rs. 1,81,908. Average owned fixed assets: Rs. 2,31,869.
Value added for Rs. 1,00,000 fixed assets: Rs. 1,81,908/Rs. 2,31,869 = Rs.78.450 (rounded) Salary that can be paid to hired workers for 1,00,000 fixed assets = Rs. 87,544 *Rs.78.450/Rs. 1,03,744 = 66,200
India - MUDRA - Finance Scheme for Micro Units
Mudra loan scheme is a success in meeting its targets of credit delivery. The performance of the units and recovery of loans is to be watched.
8 crore loan accounts were opened. How many new businesses got loans? How many new jobs were created. Both are not available in documented form. Mudra Finance can be implemented in a better way with authentic record of new businesses created and new jobs created.
Plan for Creating Employment to 2 Crore Persons per Year in Micro Units Using Mudra Finance
1. Self employment to one crore persons
Provide rupees one lakh loan to new units
Provide rupees one lakh crores to one crore new micro units at average of one lakh per unit. Self employment to one crore persons each unit generating valued added of Rs, 78,450.
Micro Unit Business Consultants - To Guide Potential Micro Unit Entrepreneurs
For facilitating this new enterprise creation, one lakh, 100,000 micro unit business consultants have to be trained and given the opportunity to prepare business plans and assist 100 persons to start 100 new units. They can charge a fee of Rs. 1000/- per year per unit for the first five years. MSME training institutes and enterpreneurship development units can train these business consultants. Skill development ministry can conduct special programmes to develop the business consultants.
2. Wage employment to one crore persons
Provide rupees one lakh rupees loan to existing units with plan to employ one more person.
Provide rupees one lakh loan to one crore enterprises each having a plan to employ one more person giving wages of Rs, 66,200.
The finance required for supporting the two schemes providing a total employment to 2 crore persons is within the resources of Government of India and the Banking system.
Target of Rs. 3.5 lakh crore for the Year 2018-19 for Mudra Finance Scheme
For the year 2018-19 fix a target of Rs. 3.5 lakh crores for Mudra Finance Scheme with three sub targets
1. One lakh crore for one crore new units. 2. One lakh crore for one crore existing units each giving a job to one person.
3. Remaining 1.5 lakh crore under old scheme - 60% loans to Shishu and remaining to Kishore and Tarun.
The above scheme can create employment to minimum 2 crore persons. Unemployment problem in the country can be tackled through micro units.
The job opportunities in small and medium units, large units, government are still there to people to provide higher income job opportunities.
If you feel plan is feasible, mail this blog post to MLAs, MPs and Ministers asking them to implement the plan.
Please sign the petition to the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi
Dr. Indira Rajaraman, former professor IIM Bangalore & Member of the 13th Finance Commission, Dr. Jahangir Aziz, Head Emerging Market Economics, JP Morgan,
Mr. Niranjan Rajadhyaksha, Executive Editor, Mint &
Mr. Surendra Srivastava, CFO, MUDRA
Moderator: Dr. Soumya Kanti Ghosh, Group Chief Economic Advisor, SBI.
6 July 2017
State Bank of India upload
Updated 18 July 2018, 26 September 2017, 21 September 2017, 7 September 2017, 2 September 2017, 25 August 2017
Objective : To Promote Industrial Growth
Industry Category : Growth Center
Achalpur Industrial Area is a Growth Centre in Amravati District.
MIDC has partly developed the Achalpur Growth Centre and all efforts taking about it.
Industrial Plots per sq. mtr:50
Commercial Plots per sq. mtr:100
Residential Plots per sq. mtr:NA
MIDC reserves the right to revise the rates without prior notice.
Objective : Host leading industrial gaints
Industry Category : Major industrial area
MIDC has plans to develop 507 hectares of land for the Additional Ambernath Industrial Area near Ambernath. Out of 507 hectares of land, 503 hectares have come into MIDCs possession. Of these, 125 hectares have been developed as an engineering zone, 80 hectares each are being developed for the Knitwear complex and Leather complex, and 40 hectares for an institutional zone. The Export Promotion Industrial park (EPIP) is part of the Additional Ambernath Industrial Area and is spread over 80 hectares. The EPIP Knitwear Hosiery and Leather units have been provided 30 hectares each, the remaining 20 hectares being allotted to other units.
Industrial Plots per sq. mtr:4000
Commercial Plots per sq. mtr:12000
Residential Plots per sq. mtr:8000
Objective : Addl Land for Weavers Park
Industry Category : Mini Industrial area
Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has developed an Industrial Area on 17.87 Hectares of land at Kadegaon. The Industrial Area is situated along the Karad-Vita State Highway No. 78. The land came in MIDC's possession in the year 1992 after which the development work began. By now the Industrial Area is fully developed as a Mini Indl. Area & all Infrastructure facilities have been provided to this industrial area. MIDC has also developed the Additional Industrial area known as Addl.Kadegaon (Shivajinagar) Industrial Area which is situated near the existing Industrial Area. The land admeasuring this industrial is 96.71 Hectares. Out of this 4 Hectares of land has been kept for KVIB. Partly layout for 2 Hectares have been approved and 41 Plots admeasuring 200 to 400 Sq.mtrs. have been carved out, and till today 17 plots are allotted to the applicants. Plot Availability: All the plots are allotted in the (Mini) Industrial area. However, 24 plots in Addl. Kadegaon - Shivajinagar Industrial Area (KVIB) are reserve for Khadi Village Units. which are available for allotment. These plots are allotted through this office. Also,Weaver Park developed in the said Addl. Kadegaon Indl.Area on admeasuring 13 Hector Land in First Phase. There are 69 plots are cavrved out. Out of these plots 64 plots are allotted There are 5 plots are availabel for allotment. Land Rates Industrial plots : Rs. 25\- per sq.mt. Commercial plots : Rs. 50\- per sq.mt. Residential plots : Rs. 38\- per sq.mt. NOTE : MIDC reserves the right to revise the rates without prior notice.
Industrial Plots per sq. mtr:130
Commercial Plots per sq. mtr:250
Residential Plots per sq. mtr:200
Objective : Rates
Industry Category : Major industrial area
Industrial Plots per sq. mtr:450
Commercial Plots per sq. mtr:880
Residential Plots per sq. mtr:660
With Best Regards to Mr. Sajid Khan - The Wisdom Coach
WASHINGTON, DC, WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 5, 2018 /EINPresswire/ -- A very simple paradigm shift is all that is required to change the current chaotic world mess into an authentic wisdom powered world of harmonious order.
Allow building new plants with Industry 4.0 Technology in backward industrial locations up to a cumulative capacity of 10%
Remove the Idea of Job Losses
Regulation of Industry 4.0
Allow Industry 4.0 Technology in New Units in Backward Locations - Increase Employment and Infrastructure
Now Industry 4.0 technology is being implemented world over. There are worries about employment issues due to introduction of new technology. Government has to regulate its introduction and diffusion to protect current employees. In this context, I propose that in the first installment Government may allow building new plants in backward industrial locations up to a cumulative capacity of 10%. The objectives of such a policy are allowing technological absorption and its further development concurrently with the rest of the world, backward area development and decongestion of existing industrial locations. We have to note that when already congested industrial locations are being used for further setting up facilities, new infrastructure development is not taking place. All concerned are ignoring infrastructure and overusing existing facilities. Instead, if new technology is allowed only in new backward location, infrastructure development also takes to an adequate extent.
Allowing only 10% expansion in new location with new technology may not disturb existing employment at all, as the market may absorb the new production at the reduced cost of production that the new technology may be able to produce. In this context, productivity of the new technology is an important consideration.
To my email communication campaign on this issue, I got one reply saying the limit can be increased to 20% to encourage employment in new locations.
By taking up this policy stance, Government can actively promote startups in Industry 4.0 Factories and Service Facilities.