Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Thoughts Of Mahatma Gandhi



I am a firm believer in the principle of free and compulsory primary education for India. I also hold that we shall realize this only by teaching the children a useful vocation and utilizing it as a means for cultivating their mental, physical and spiritual faculties. - Mahatma Gandhi



Craft, Art, Health and education should all be integrated into one scheme. Nai Talim is a beautiful blend of all the four and covers the whole education of the individual from the time of conception to the moment of death....Instead of regarding craft & industry as different from education, I will regard the former as the medium for the latter.

It is popularly and correctly described as education through handicrafts.

I hold that, as the largest part of our time is devoted to labour for earning our bread, our children must from their infancy be taught the dignity of such labour. Our children should not be so taught as to despise labour. There is no reason why a peasants son after having gone to school should become useless as he does become, as an agricultural labourer.

Man is neither mere intellect, nor the gross animal body, nor the heart or soul alone. A proper and harmonious combination of all the three is required for the making of the whole man and constitutes the true economics of education....

I am a firm believer in the principle of free and compulsory primary education for India. I also hold that we shall realize this only by teaching the children a useful vocation and utilizing it as a means for cultivating their mental, physical and spiritual faculties.

What kind of vocations are the fittest for being taught to children in urban schools? There is no hard and fast rule about it.

In my scheme of things the hand will handle tools before it draws or traces the writing.

 True development of the mind commences immediately the apprentice is taught at every step why a particular manipulation of the hand or a tool is required. The problem of the unemployment of students can be solved without difficulty, if they will rank themselves among the common labourers.

You have to train the boys in one occupation or another. Around this special occupation you will train up his mind, his body, his handwriting, his artistic sense, and so on. He will be a master of the craft he learns.
Literary training by itself adds not an inch to one's moral height and that character building is independent of literary training.

https://www.gandhiashramsevagram.org/on-education/buniyadi-shiksha-fundamental-education.php 



Deal with your enemy in such a way that you can become friends.


"You must deal with your enemy so that one day he may be your friend...."  Included in a passage by Shri Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Published in The Speaking Tree, Mumbai dated May 14, 2017, page 4.


    Prof Narayana Rao beside the Gandhi Status in Geneva, Switzerland

                                       
"It is health that is real wealth and not
pieces of gold and silver."
- Mahatma Gandhi
(via @quotme)




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A 5 hours. 10 minutes.  Documentary covers almost all events and principles of Gandhi's life and thought are viewed as integrated parts of his truth-intoxicated life depicting permanent and universal values.  



Quotations used in advertisements 2012
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"The shape of the world would indeed be transformed if all of us lived in a spirit of love and amity with one another."


"India can't prosper if rural India lags behind, and I think rural electrification is the first step towards this."

"I would make the spinning wheel the foundation on which to build a sound village life and I would make the wheel the centre around which all other activities will revolve."


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If you love peace
"If you love peace, then hate injustice, hate tyranny, hate greed, but hate these things in yourself, not in another."
 
Labor of a man
The divine law, that man must earn his bread by laboring with his own hands, was first stressed by a Russian writer named T.M.Bondaref. Tolstoy advertised it and gave it wide publicity. In my view the same principle has been set forth in the third chapter of the Gita, where we are told, that he who eats without offering sacrifice eats stolen food. Sacrifice here can only mean bread labor.(Gandhi exhorts every body to put in efforts to create useful articles first and then consume what he needs out of it).
 
In  From Yeravda Mandir, Chap IX. Navjivan Publishing House, 1945
 
Leadership
A leader is only first among equals....
Having made our selection we must follow him or the chain is broken and all is loose.
 
Young India, 8.12.1921
 
Discipline and Freedom
The highest form of freedom carries with it the greatest measure of discipline and humility. Freedom that comes from discipline and humility cannot be denied, unbridled license is a sign of vulgarity alike to self and one's neighbors.
 
Young India, 3.6.1926
 
Congress Ministers
If the Congress wants to continue as a people's organization, the Ministers cannot live as sahib log nor use for private work facilities provided by Government for official duties.
 
Harijan, 29.9.1946
 
Caste System of Hindus
Today Brahmanas, and Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras are mere labels. There is utter confusion of Varna as I understand it and I wish that all the Hindus will voluntarily call themselves Shudras. That is the only way to demonstrate the truth of Brahmanism and to revive Varnadharma in its true state.
 
Harijan, 25.3.1933
 
Children
The real property that  a parent can transmit to all equally is his or her character and educational facilities.... Parents should seek to make their sons and daughters self-reliant, well able to earn an honest livelihood by the sweat of the brow.
 
Young India, 29.10.1931
 
Our Potential Contribution to World's Problems 
 "The difference between what we are doing and what we are capable of doing would solve most of the world's problems "-
 
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Gandhi's Thoughts
T-Series Video
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More Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi
 
Soldier in arms is trained to kill. Even his dreams are about killing
 
Ahimsa is the highest ideal. It is meant for the brave, never for the cowardly
 
The platform of service is as big as the world. It is never overcrowded.
 
Man believes and dies.
 
The morality consists not in following the beaten track, but in finding out the true path for ourselves and in fearless following.
 
If by strength is meant moral power, the woman is immeasurably man's superior
 
It has always been a mystery to me how men can feel themselves honored by their humiliation of their fellow beings.
 
I have never in my life regarded any one as my servant, but as a brother and sister.
 
The truest test of civilization, culture and dignity is character and not clothing
 
Non-violence does not signify that man must not fight against the enemy , and by enemy is meant the evil which men do, not the human beings themselves (You can transform human beings throughs display of non violent anger [satyagraha] in support of truth and justice.)
 
Fear of disease killed more than disease itself
 
Patriotism is not enough, I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone
 
Take away the idea of perfection, and you take away enthusiasm
 
When you have a good cause, never descend to personalities
 
I must not serve distant neighbors at the expense of the nearest
 
The essence of education lies in drawing out  the very best that is in you
 
Prayer is not an old woman's idle amusement. Properly understood and applied, it is the most potent instrument of action.
 
To believe in something and not to live it, is dishonest

The moment there is suspicion about a person's motives, everything he does becomes tainted

The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong

Contributed by  Ramam DSS
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 Mahatma Gandhi in Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule

First Edition 1938, Twentieth Reprint, November 2008 (10,000 copies), Navjivan Publishing House, Ahmedabad.
 
"It is a bad habit to say that another man's thoughts are bad and ours only are good and that those holding different views from ours are the enemies of the country"

"The seed in never seen. It works underneath the ground, is itself destroyed,and the tree which rises above the ground is alone seen."
 
"The English have not taken India. We have given it to them. They are not in India because of their strength, but because we keep them."
 
"Humdug there undoubtedly is about all religions. Where there is light, there is also shadow."
 
"India cannot cease to be one nation because people belonging to different religions live in it. The introduction of foreigners does not necessarily destroy the nation, they merge in it. A country is one nation only when such a condition obtains in it."
 
"God set a limit to a man's locomotive ambition in the construction of his body. Man immediately proceeded to discover means of overriding the limit. God gifted man with intellect that he might know his Maker. Man abused it so that he might forget his Maker."
 
On Globalization
 "I am so constructed that I can only serve my immediate neighbours, but in my conceit I pretend to have discovered that I must with my body serve every individual in the Universe. In thus attempting the impossible, man comes into contact with different natures, different religions, and is utterly confounded."
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More
A series of knols on Mahatma Gandhi's thoughts on various issues are being developed by me.
 
There are news items all around that copy right of various parties on books and articles written by Mahatma Gandhi have expired and people can print books written by Gandhi without paying royalty to anybody. Hope this will help in spreading Gandhiji's message to more people if some interested parties can come forward and print books at lower costs. But certainly they can be published on the net and made accesible to large number of people.
 
All knols on Gandhiji's thoughts will be open collaboration knols so that visitors can add relevant thoughts and also write their comments on Gandhian philosophy.
 
 

Directory - List of Knols - Thoughts Of Mahatma Gandhi

 
Mahatma Gandhi on Industrialisation
Mahatma Gandhi on Indian Tradition
Mahatma Gandhi on Wages to Workmen
Mahatma Gandhi on Embracing Poverty Voluntarily
Mahatma Gandhi on Alcohol
Mahatma Gandhi on Wisdom
Mahatma Gandhi on Teachers
Mahatma Gandhi on Villages
Mahatma Gandhi on Business and Ethics
Mahatma Gandhi on Brahmacharya
Mahatma Gandhi on Avatars (Incarnations) of God
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About Gandhian thinking by Krishan Saigal

For Gandhi, human existence was chacterized by two fundamental features. First each individual was uniquely constituted and had a right to live by the truth as he saw it. Second, all men were one; what united them was far more important than what divided them and there were no differences that could not be resolved or lived with in the spirit of charity and goodwill. Since  both unity and difference, harmony and disagreement, were the necessary features of human existence, Gandhi argued that every human association must fully acknowledge and find ways of reconciling them. 
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Web Pages Related to Gandhian Thought

http://www.mkgandhi-sarvodaya.org/
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Mahatma Gandhi - Videos
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Gandhi's Dream for Villages of India


A cow in every house
provided with plentiful green grass

carpenters, tailors

potters and shoppers

business every where

with plenty to share

A doctor to look after

Good leader to administer

A teacher for children to grow

A bank for wealth to flow

Gandhi's dream

For me, it is supreme


by Narayana Rao, Vamsi, Priyanka


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Original Knol Number 909
Coauthors contributed on Knol - D.S.S. Ramam and P.V. Ariel

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More Quotations from Gandhi
• I have nothing to teach the world. Truth and non-violence are as old the hills
• Non-cooperation with evil is a sacred duty
• I do not seek kingdom, I do not seek heaven, I do not seek moksha. I pray that the suffering humanity be relieved from pain
• If untouchability lives, Hinduism perishes, and even India perishes
• Knowledge without character is a power for evil only as seen in the instances of so many talented thieves • English is so beautiful that no other language can stand comparable to it
• The king was wearing enough for both of us – M.K.Gandhi when asked why he did not wear a suit to meet the king
• Our temple is in our hearts. A temple constructed of a few stones has no meaning
• A man is but a product of his thoughts; what he thinks that he becomes • The outward behavior of a man is at once the sign and proof of the inner state
• Action expresses priorities
• Truth and non-violence are my God
• The only real dignified human doctrine is the greatest good of all, and this can only be achieved by utmost self-sacrifice
• Every village has to become a self-sufficient republic
• India can win over conquerors culturally, traditionally, spiritually but never politically
• My writing should be cremated with my body. What I have done will endure, not what I have said and written
• He who wants to please all will please none
• Humility is the key to guide success
• No matter how weak a person is in body, if it is a shame to flee, he will stand his ground and die at his post. This would be non-violence and bravery

Contributed By D.S.S. Ramam

Updated  6 September 2019,  2 October 2017,  14 May 2017, 2 October 2014,  29 August 2014, 2 October 2012

Friday, August 16, 2019

Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Scheme - India

Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare
16-December-2014 13:36 IST
Implementation of ATMA

Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Scheme is under implementation in 640 districts of 29 States & 3 UTs of the country.

Main objectives of the Scheme are to promote decentralized farmer-driven and farmer-accountable extension system through an institutional arrangement for technology dissemination in the form of an Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA), encourage multi-agency and broad-based extension strategies, adopt group approach to extension and facilitate convergence of programmes in planning, execution & implementation at district level.

Under the scheme grants-in-aid is released to the States/UTs with an objective to support State Governments efforts in revitalizing the extension system and making available the latest agricultural technologies in different thematic areas to increase production in agriculture & allied sectors through a Cafeteria of Activities which include Farmers Training, Demonstrations, Exposure Visits, Kisan Mela, Mobilization of Farmers Groups, Setting up of Farm School, Innovative Technology Dissemination, Research-Extension Linkages etc.


ATMA under 10th Plan
The scheme is suppported by the Central Government. The funding pattern is 90% by the central Government and 10% by the state government. The 10% state’s share shall consist of cash contribution of the State, beneficiary contribution or the contribution of other non-governmental organizations

Allocation of funds :

The entire X Plan outlay (Rs.226.07 crores) for the scheme shall be utilized for activities to be implemented by States/ districts.  The decision on use of funds will be taken at 3 levels namely – Centre, State and District.
An amount of Rs. 167.56 crores amounting to 77.53% has been allocated for district level programmes.
An amount of Rs. 22.15 crores amounting to 10.25% has been allocated for State level programmes.
An amount of Rs. 26.41 crores amounting to 12.22% shall be available under the control of the Government of India.  This amount shall be utilized for innovative activities to be approved by the Government of India.  However, implementation of these activities will be done by States/districts.
More details of the scheme at the time of 10th plan
http://agritech.tnau.ac.in/atma/atma_intro.html



Information about ATMA - National Level Activities

http://agricoop.gov.in/ministry-major-schemes/atma

https://extensionreforms.dacnet.nic.in/DashBoard_Statusatma.aspx

Activities in States Under Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Scheme


Andhra Pradesh

ATMA Activities in West Godavari District
https://westgodavari.nic.in/atma/

Assam

https://sameti.assam.gov.in/about-us/detail/agricultural-technology-management-agency-atma



Nagaland

Mokochung District



Updated on 17 August 2019


Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Aquaculture - Fish Production and Productivity in India


Indian fishing sector



Indian fishing sector constitutes about 6.3% of the global fish production.
The sector contributes to 1.1% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
It is 5.15% of the agricultural GDP.
The total fish production of 10.1 million metric tonnes presently has nearly 65% contribution from the inland sector and the rest is from marine sector.
In the fish farms the productivity can be 5000 kg per hectare per annum. But the the average in India is less than 3000 kg. Hence there is good potential to increase productivity in the fishing sector in Indian fish farms.

We have to examine productivity science, productivity engineering and productivity management activities to identify the steps to be taken in each of these phases of productivity improvement at national, state, and district levels by government. Similarly the steps to be taken at industry level and unit level are to be identified.



National Fisheries Development Board India
http://nfdb.gov.in/about-indian-fisheries.htm

Draft Inland and Aquaculture Policy - India
http://nfdb.gov.in/PDF/Draft%20National%20Inland%20Fisheries%20&%20Aquaculture%20Policy%20(NIFAP).pdf


Fish Farm Pond Management - FAO
Very good information
http://www.fao.org/fishery/static/FAO_Training/FAO_Training/General/x6709e/x6709e16.htm

The manual starts from
http://www.fao.org/fishery/static/FAO_Training/FAO_Training/General/x6709e/x6709e01.htm
(Change page number to get other lessons.)

Carp Culture in Fresh Water Ponds

Brief economics: With four carp species culture at 6000 / ha stocking density and with 80 per cent survival, the culture would yield 400 to 500 kg / 0.1 ha / 12 to 18 months culture and at Rs.80/- a kilo, the gross income would be 32,000/- to 40,000/-, with about Rs.15,000/- towards annual expenditure for fish seed, lime, manure and feed.
http://www.ccari.res.in/frog/techoptions.htm#Name%20of%20the%20technology:%20%20Carp%20culture%20in%20freshwater%20ponds
http://www.ccari.res.in/frog/techoptions.htm



2019
Fish Farming - Aquaculture on A Small Scale
By Vin Hayes
https://www.countryfarm-lifestyles.com/Fish-Farming.html


2018

Fish farms to produce nearly two thirds of India's fish supply by 2030
In the 1950s, fish from the seas accounted for over 70% of India’s production, but now its share is halved.
ET Bureau, Sep 09, 2018
Good information
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/agriculture/fish-farms-to-produce-nearly-two-thirds-of-indias-fish-supply-by-2030/articleshow/65734974.cms

All about Fish Farming in India
06 September, 2018
https://krishijagran.com/featured/all-about-fish-farming-in-india/

Present status of freshwater aquaculture in India - A review, 2018
P. JAYASANKAR
ICAR-Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Kochi - 682 018, Kerala, India
http://eprints.cmfri.org.in/13354/1/P%20Jayasankar_2018_Indian%20Journal%20of%20Fisheries_65-4_Present%20status%20of%20freshwater%20aquaculture%20in%20India%20-%20A%20review.pdf

2017
Results of experiments to produce fish seed in ponds covered with LDPE roof 2011 to 2013 in Assam
https://rkvy.nic.in/Uploads/SucessStory/ASSAM/2017/2017010846RKVY%20Success%20Story%20_%20Fishery%20%20Research%20Unit.pdf

Biotechnology as an Important Tool for Improving Fish Productivity
American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering
Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2017, Pages: 17-22
http://article.sciencepublishinggroup.com/html/10.11648.j.bio.20170501.14.html

A first experiment on cage culture of Catla catla in back water of Shankar Sagar
reservoir, Vishnupuri Project Dist. Nanded, Marathwada (Maharashtra)
Jayvardhan V Balkhande, Arvind Kulkarni
Jayvardhan V Balkhande et al., JIPBS, Vol 4 (4), 78-86, 2017
http://www.jipbs.com/VolumeArticles/FullTextPDF/335_JIPBSV4I412.pdf

KVK Promotion of Aquaculture - Interesting information
Dr. P. Jayashankar
zpd7icar.nic.in/Dr%20P%20Jayashankar%20CIFA.pdf

2016
Aquaculture technologies in Bangladesh: An assessment of technical and economic performance and producer behavior
Jahan, K.M., Belton, B., Ali, H., Dhar, G.C., Ara, I.
WorldFish, 12-Apr-2016
 This study evaluates the performance of a wide range of aquaculture systems in Bangladesh. It is by far the largest of its kind attempted to date. The purpose of this study was to identify and analyze the most important production systems, rather than to provide a nationally representative overview of the entire aquaculture sector of Bangladesh. As such, the study yields a huge amount of new information on production technologies that have never been thoroughly researched before. The study reveals an extremely diverse array of specialized, dynamic and rapidly evolving production technologies, adapted to a variety of market niches and local environmental conditions. This is a testament to the innovativeness of farmers and other value chain actors who have been the principal drivers of this development in Bangladesh. Data was collected from six geographical hubs. The survey was conducted from November 2011 to June 2012. Technological performance in terms of detailed input and output information, fish management practices, credit and marketing, and social and environmental issues were captured by the survey questionnaire, which had both open and closed format questions. The study generated insights that enable better understanding of aquaculture development in Bangladesh.
https://books.google.co.in/books?id=4A6rDQAAQBAJ


2015

Career Opportunities in Fisheries & Ornamental Fish Culture
Dr. Arun S. Ninawe
Volume 15, Employment News
http://employmentnews.gov.in/NewEmp/MoreContentNew.aspx?n=InDepthJobs&k=117

Aquaculture Diversification Towards Boosting Pond Productivity and Farm Income
08 Jul 2015 - 28 Jul 2015
E-BOOK Edited By
Dr. PRATAP CHANDRA DAS
Dr. SANGRAM KETAN SAHOO
Dr. P.L. LALRINSANGA
Designed and Developed By
Division of Computer Applications
Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute,
Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi - 110 012 (INDIA)
https://cbp.icar.gov.in/ebook22.aspx?trainingApprovedId=SS-2015-931&trainingTitle=Aquaculture%20Diversification%20Towards%20Boosting%20Pond%20Productivity%20and%20Farm%20Income


2009
Enhancing fishery productivity in small reservoir in India: technical manual
Vass, K.K., Shrivastava, N.P., Katiha, P.K., Das, A.K. (2009)
WorldFish Center technical manual no.1949. The WorldFish Center, Penang, Malaysia. 19 p.
https://www.worldfishcenter.org/content/enhancing-fishery-productivity-small-reservoir-india-technical-manual-0

2005
An Evaluation of Small-scale Freshwater Rural Aquaculture Development for Poverty Reduction
Asian Development Bank. Operations Evaluation Department
Asian Development Bank, 2005 - Aquaculture - 164 pages
https://books.google.co.in/books?id=sDNn6JT6cHMC

Fish Seed

Delivering better quality tilapia seed to farmers
David C. Little
Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotlan
https://cals.arizona.edu/azaqua/ista/ista6/ista6web/presentation/p003.pdf


Maharashtra

Vaidika Group - Maharashtra
http://www.vaidikagroup.com/Vaidika-presentation.html

Maharashtra eyes large-scale cage fish farming in Sindhudurg
FE Bureau  May 4, 2018
Maharashtra government has sought technical support from the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) for starting large-scale cage fish farming ventures in the brackish water of the Sindhudurg district
https://www.financialexpress.com/market/maharashtra-eyes-large-scale-cage-fish-farming-in-sindhudurg/1155158/

Present status, Prospectus of Freshwater fish production and future need of Wardha District of Maharashtra
Poster  · February 2018 
National Conference on Empowerment of Rural Communities through Aquaculture (ERCA-2018)
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325130438_Present_status_Prospectus_of_Freshwater_fish_production_and_future_need_of_Wardha_District_of_Maharashtra

RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
How rearing fish in small ponds is helping farmers boost incomes in Maharashtra
Farm ponds, built to harvest rainwater and irrigate rain-fed fields, are doubling up as fishponds, helping farmers overcome vagaries of agriculture.
Hiren Kumar Bose, Nov 22, 2017
https://scroll.in/article/858543/how-rearing-fish-in-small-ponds-is-helping-farmers-boost-incomes-in-maharashtra

Maharashtra plans policy to promote cage culture for fresh water fish
"Maharashtra has a reservoir area of around 4 lakh hectare and we plan to bring a maximum of 1% of this under fish cage farming,"
"Each cage can generate direct employment for 10 people. If 1,000 cages are put up, this can provide 10,000 jobs and indirect employment to around 15,000 people,"
Aug 3, 2016,
https://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-maharashtra-plans-policy-to-promote-cage-culture-for-fresh-water-fish-2240545

INLAND FISH PRODUCTION IN INDIA
 MAHARASHTRA AND UPPER KRISHNA BASIN
shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/7143/9/09_chapter%203.pdf


Aquaculture Equipment


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Saturday, August 3, 2019

Nrusimha Karavalamba Stotram




రచన: ఆది శంకరాచార్య

శ్రీమత్పయోనిధినికేతన చక్రపాణే భోగీంద్రభోగమణిరాజిత పుణ్యమూర్తే |
యోగీశ శాశ్వత శరణ్య భవాబ్ధిపోత
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 1 ||

బ్రహ్మేంద్రరుద్రమరుదర్కకిరీటకోటి సంఘట్టితాంఘ్రికమలామలకాంతికాంత |
లక్ష్మీలసత్కుచసరోరుహరాజహంస
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 2 ||

సంసారదావదహనాకర భీకరోరుజ్వాలావళీభిరతిదగ్ధతనూరుహస్య |
త్వత్పాదపద్మసరసీరుహమాగతస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 3 ||

సంసారజాలపతితతస్య జగన్నివాస  సర్వేంద్రియార్థ బడిశాగ్ర ఝషోపమస్య |
ప్రోత్కంపిత ప్రచురతాలుక మస్తకస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 4 ||

సంసారకూమపతిఘోరమగాధమూలం  సంప్రాప్య దుఃఖశతసర్పసమాకులస్య |
దీనస్య దేవ కృపయా పదమాగతస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 5 ||

సంసారభీకరకరీంద్రకరాభిఘాత  నిష్పీడ్యమానవపుషః సకలార్తినాశ |
ప్రాణప్రయాణభవభీతిసమాకులస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 6 ||

సంసారసర్పవిషదిగ్ధమహోగ్రతీవ్ర  దంష్ట్రాగ్రకోటిపరిదష్టవినష్టమూర్తేః |
నాగారివాహన సుధాబ్ధినివాస శౌరే
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 7 ||

సంసారవృక్షబీజమనంతకర్మశాఖాయుతం  కరణపత్రమనంగపుష్పమ్ |
ఆరుహ్య దుఃఖఫలితః చకితః దయాళో
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 8 ||

సంసారసాగరవిశాలకరాళకాళనక్ర  గ్రహగ్రసితనిగ్రహవిగ్రహస్య |
వ్యగ్రస్య రాగనిచయోర్మినిపీడితస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 9 ||

సంసారసాగరనిమజ్జనముహ్యమానం  దీనం విలోకయ విభో కరుణానిధే మామ్ |
ప్రహ్లాదఖేదపరిహారపరావతార
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 10 ||

సంసారఘోరగహనే చరతో మురారే   మారోగ్రభీకరమృగప్రచురార్దితస్య |
ఆర్తస్య మత్సరనిదాఘసుదుఃఖితస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 11 ||

బద్ధ్వా గలే యమభటా బహు తర్జయంత కర్షంతి యత్ర భవపాశశతైర్యుతం మామ్ |
ఏకాకినం పరవశం చకితం దయాళో
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 12 ||

లక్ష్మీపతే కమలనాభ సురేశ విష్ణో   యఙ్ఞేశ యఙ్ఞ మధుసూదన విశ్వరూప |
బ్రహ్మణ్య కేశవ జనార్దన వాసుదేవ
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 13 ||

ఏకేన చక్రమపరేణ కరేణ శంఖం  అన్యేనసింధుతనయామవలంబ్య తిష్ఠన్ |
వామేతరేణ వరదాభయపద్మచిహ్నం
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 14 ||

అంధస్య మే హృతవివేకమహాధనస్య  చోరైర్మహాబలిభిరింద్రియనామధేయైః |
మోహాంధకారకుహరే వినిపాతితస్య
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 15 ||

ప్రహ్లాదనారదపరాశరపుండరీక వ్యాసాదిభాగవతపుంగవహృన్నివాస |
భక్తానురక్తపరిపాలనపారిజాత
లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 16 ||

లక్ష్మీనృసింహచరణాబ్జమధువ్రతేన  స్తోత్రం కృతం శుభకరం భువి శంకరేణ |
యే తత్పఠంతి మనుజా హరిభక్తియుక్తా  స్తే యాంతి తత్పదసరోజమఖండరూపమ్ || 17 ||



Stotram with Telugu Meaning
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రచన: ఆది శంకరాచార్య

శ్రీమత్పయోనిధినికేతన చక్రపాణే భోగీంద్రభోగమణిరాజిత పుణ్యమూర్తే |
యోగీశ శాశ్వత శరణ్య భవాబ్ధిపోత లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 1 ||

బ్రహ్మేంద్రరుద్రమరుదర్కకిరీటకోటి సంఘట్టితాంఘ్రికమలామలకాంతికాంత |
లక్ష్మీలసత్కుచసరోరుహరాజహంస లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 2 ||

సంసారదావదహనాకరభీకరోరు-జ్వాలావళీభిరతిదగ్ధతనూరుహస్య |
త్వత్పాదపద్మసరసీరుహమాగతస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 3 ||

సంసారజాలపతితతస్య జగన్నివాస సర్వేంద్రియార్థ బడిశాగ్ర ఝషోపమస్య |
ప్రోత్కంపిత ప్రచురతాలుక మస్తకస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 4 ||

సంసారకూమపతిఘోరమగాధమూలం సంప్రాప్య దుఃఖశతసర్పసమాకులస్య |
దీనస్య దేవ కృపయా పదమాగతస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 5 ||

సంసారభీకరకరీంద్రకరాభిఘాత నిష్పీడ్యమానవపుషః సకలార్తినాశ |
ప్రాణప్రయాణభవభీతిసమాకులస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 6 ||

సంసారసర్పవిషదిగ్ధమహోగ్రతీవ్ర దంష్ట్రాగ్రకోటిపరిదష్టవినష్టమూర్తేః |
నాగారివాహన సుధాబ్ధినివాస శౌరే లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 7 ||

సంసారవృక్షబీజమనంతకర్మ-శాఖాయుతం కరణపత్రమనంగపుష్పమ్ |
ఆరుహ్య దుఃఖఫలితః చకితః దయాళో లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 8 ||

సంసారసాగరవిశాలకరాళకాళ నక్రగ్రహగ్రసితనిగ్రహవిగ్రహస్య |
వ్యగ్రస్య రాగనిచయోర్మినిపీడితస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 9 ||

సంసారసాగరనిమజ్జనముహ్యమానం దీనం విలోకయ విభో కరుణానిధే మామ్ |
ప్రహ్లాదఖేదపరిహారపరావతార లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 10 ||

సంసారఘోరగహనే చరతో మురారే మారోగ్రభీకరమృగప్రచురార్దితస్య |
ఆర్తస్య మత్సరనిదాఘసుదుఃఖితస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 11 ||

బద్ధ్వా గలే యమభటా బహు తర్జయంత కర్షంతి యత్ర భవపాశశతైర్యుతం మామ్ |
ఏకాకినం పరవశం చకితం దయాళో లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 12 ||

లక్ష్మీపతే కమలనాభ సురేశ విష్ణో యఙ్ఞేశ యఙ్ఞ మధుసూదన విశ్వరూప |
బ్రహ్మణ్య కేశవ జనార్దన వాసుదేవ లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 13 ||

ఏకేన చక్రమపరేణ కరేణ శంఖ-మన్యేన సింధుతనయామవలంబ్య తిష్ఠన్ |
వామేతరేణ వరదాభయపద్మచిహ్నం లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 14 ||

అంధస్య మే హృతవివేకమహాధనస్య చోరైర్మహాబలిభిరింద్రియనామధేయైః |
మోహాంధకారకుహరే వినిపాతితస్య లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 15 ||

ప్రహ్లాదనారదపరాశరపుండరీక-వ్యాసాదిభాగవతపుంగవహృన్నివాస |
భక్తానురక్తపరిపాలనపారిజాత లక్ష్మీనృసింహ మమ దేహి కరావలంబమ్ || 16 ||

లక్ష్మీనృసింహచరణాబ్జమధువ్రతేన స్తోత్రం కృతం శుభకరం భువి శంకరేణ |
యే తత్పఠంతి మనుజా హరిభక్తియుక్తా-స్తే యాంతి తత్పదసరోజమఖండరూపమ్ || 17 ||

Friday, July 12, 2019

Vinayaka Ashtottara Stotram - Telugu - శ్రీ వినాయక అష్టోత్తర శత నామ పూజ



శ్రీ వినాయక అష్టోత్తర శత నామ పూజ


ఓం గజాననాయ నమః
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ఓం అభీష్టవరదాయ నమః
ఓం మంగళప్రదాయ నమః

ఓం అవ్యక్త రూపాయ నమః
ఓం పురాణపురుషాయ నమః
ఓం పూష్ణే నమః
ఓం పుష్కరోత్ క్షిప్తహరణాయ నమః 
ఓం అగ్రగణ్యాయ నమః

ఓం అగ్రపూజ్యాయ నమః
ఓం అపాకృతపరాక్రమాయ నమః
ఓం సత్యధర్మిణే నమః
ఓం సఖ్యై నమః
ఓం సారాయ నమః

ఓం సరసాంబునిధయే నమః
ఓం మహేశాయ నమః
ఓం విశదాంగాయ నమః
ఓం మణికింకిణీ మేఖలాయ నమః
ఓం సమస్తదేవతామూర్తయే నమః

ఓం సహిష్ణవే నమః
ఓం బ్రహ్మవిద్యాది దానభువే నమః
ఓం విష్ణువే నమః
ఓం విష్ణుప్రియాయ నమః
ఓం భక్తజీవితాయ నమః

ఓం ఐశ్వర్యకారణాయ నమః
ఓం సతతోత్థితాయ నమః
ఓం విష్వగ్దృశేనమః
ఓం విశ్వరక్షావిధానకృతే నమః
ఓం కళ్యాణగురవే నమః

ఓం ఉన్మత్తవేషాయ నమః
ఓం పరజయినే నమః
ఓం సమస్త జగదాధారాయ నమః
ఓం సర్వైశ్వర్యప్రదాయ నమః
ఓం శ్రీ విఘ్నేశ్వరాయ నమః

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Updated on  14 July 2019, 29 June 2019, 13 September 2018

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Corruption Perceptions Index - Rank of India


In the 2018 ranks India ranks 78 in the world with 41 point score.  Next to 78 rank is 85. Number of countries are given 78th rank.

https://www.transparency.org/cpi2018

Friday, June 21, 2019

India - Information Board

Transformation of India - Be a Part of It.


Mr. India 2019 - Body Building Competition - Final Round - YouTube Video

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May 2019

Innovating India - Public Policy Suggestions 2019 - 2024
Vijay Kelkar and R.A. Mashelkar
http://puneinternationalcentre.org/publication/innovating-india-public-policy-agenda/



After Election News based on Analysis  May 2019


Alliance might have helped Congress - NCP

Thanks to the VBA, the Congress and its allies lost at least seven seats in Maharashtra.

EVM-VVPAT pass test in Lok Sabha polls

The first Lok Sabha election in which each EVM was 100% backed by a VVPAT and in which physical verification of VVPAT slips has been done- concluded with a full clean chit to the machines.
ET Bureau|May 23, 2019

Election Strategies and Tactics by Political Parties


Vote and Teach Politicians - They Learn through Defeats

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Former BJP data analyst on how the party wins elections and influences people
THE CARAVAN
29 January 2019
https://caravanmagazine.in/politics/shivam-shankar-singh-as-told-to-bjp-data

North East Alliance - BJP expects 22 out of 25 seats.
https://www.thehindu.com/elections/lok-sabha-2019/bjp-seals-alliances-in-northeast-aims-22-lok-sabha-seats/article26531054.ece

Congress second to BJP in 167 seats
SP, BSP lost 38 seats to BJP in 2014
Congress may to get 100 seats this time and thus recover around 56 seats. SP, BSP will recover 38 seats. ABN Andhra's report.
This time the strategy of the election seems to be this.  But NDA has more vociferous neutral persons now in its favour. Still Modi is far ahead in the leadership competition. The Nation expects BJP to be back in power in this 2019 election.
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Opinion Polls - Lok Sabha 2019 Elections


ABN AndhraJyothi Video on Estimates of 2019 Lok Sabha Polls



                                                                          NDA     -   UPA   - Others

Total                                                                 187             212       138      537

Andra Pradesh                                                      0                 0        25
Amaravati

Arunachal Pradesh
Itangar

Assam                                                                   7                  7          0
Dispur

Bihar                                                                   18                22          0
Patna

Chhattisgarh                                                          4                  7            0
Raipur


Delhi                                                                       2                  2          3

Goa
Panaji

Gujarat                                                                   18                   8           0
Gandhinagar

Haryana                                                                    5                   5             0
Chandigarh

Himachal Pradesh                                                     3                   1             0
Shimla

Jammu and Kashmir                                                  1                   1            4
Srinagar and Jammu

Jharkhand                                                                   5                    9            0
Ranchi

Karnataka                                                                  14                  14            0
Bangalore

Kerala                                                                           0                 17              3
Thiruvananthapuram

Madya Pradesh                                                             18                11             0
Bhopal

Maharashtra                                                                   25               23             0
Mumbai

Manipur
Imphal

Meghalaya
Shillong

Mizoram
Aizawi

Nagaland
Kohima

Orissa                                                                                     5              1          15
Bhubaneshwar

Punjab                                                                                     2        -  11            0
Chandigarh

Rajasthan                                                                               12          13            0
Jaipur

Sikkim
Gangtok

Tamil Nadu                                                                              1 - 38 - 0
Chennai

Telangana                                                                                   0 - 0 - 17
Hyderabad

Tripura
Agartala

Uttarakhand                                                                               2  -  3 - 0
Dehradun

Uttar Pradesh                                                                            40 -   2 - 38
Lucknow

West Bengal                                                                                 5  - 2   -       35


Total                                                                                          185       197   140     522
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2019 Opinion Poll: What Yogendra Yadav Gets Wrong About BJP  - Lok Sabha seats from Eastern Region for BJP
Yashwant Deshmukh, November 24 2018
https://www.bloombergquint.com/quint/2019-general-elections-opinion-poll-bjp-congress

2019 Opinion Polls: Why BJP’s ‘Loss’ in West Zone Is Overhyped - It may lose only 3 seats compared to 2014
YASHWANT DESHMUKH 03.12.18
https://www.thequint.com/voices/opinion/cvoter-survey-opinion-poll-yogendra-yadav-bjp-congress-west-zone


https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/elections/lok-sabha/india/times-now-vmrs-latest-opinion-poll-predicts-nda-past-halfway-mark/articleshow/68469541.cms

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/elections/lok-sabha/india/times-now-vmrs-opinion-survey-ahead-of-first-phase-polling-predicts-nda-just-past-halfway-mark/articleshow/68783210.cms


https://www.deccanherald.com/national/national-politics/poll-shows-bjp-led-nda-may-narrowly-win-one-more-term-722538.html

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/elections/news/nda-to-win-slim-majority-poll-of-polls-shows/articleshow/68793680.cms


April 3, 2019
RSS has one lakh  group leaders, along with six-seven lakh active swayam sevaks in  more than 50,000 shakas across the country.
https://www.hindustantimes.com/lok-sabha-elections/2019-lok-sabha-election-rss-takes-a-political-line-wants-modi-as-pm-again/story-1JZlqhBED6lhi2szLJx4OM.html

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2014 Election Results


Andaman & Nicobar Islands (1)
1
BJP
Name of Party   Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 47.8 +3.59 1 0
Indian National Congress 44.8 +1.23 0 0



Andhra Pradesh (25)
15           2 8
TDP BJP YSRCP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Telugu Desam Party (NDA) 28.10 +4.17 15 +9
YSR Congress Party 28.90 +28.90 8 +8
Indian National Congress 11.5 -27.45 0 -19
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 8.50 --- 2 +2


Arunachal Pradesh (2)
1 1
BJP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 47.8 +3.59 1 +1
Indian National Congress 43.7 -9.91 1 - 1


Assam (14)
7 3               1        3
BJP AIUDF IND. INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 36.50 +19.29 7 Increase3
All India United Democratic Front 14.80 +2.30 3 Increase2
Indian National Congress 29.60 -4.31 3 Decrease4
Asom Gana Parishad 3.80 -8.81 0 Decrease1
IND. --- --- 1 Increase1
Bodoland People's Front --- --- 0 Decrease1



Bihar (40)
22 6 3               2 4 1           2
BJP LJP RLSP      JD(U) RJD NCP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes

Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 29.40 +15.47 22 +10
Lok Janshakti Party (NDA)           6.40 --- 6 +6
Rashtriya Janata Dal (UPA)         20.10 +0.80 4 0
Janata Dal (United)                         15.80 -8.24 2 -18
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party (NDA) 3.00 --- 3 +3
Nationalist Congress Party            1.20 --- 1 +1
Indian National Congress (UPA)    8.40 -1.86 2 0
Independent --- --- 0 -2


Chandigarh (1)
1
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 42.20 +19.46 1 +1
Indian National Congress 26.80 -20.07 0 -1
Aam Aadmi Party 24.00 New 0 0



Chhattisgarh (11)
10     1
BJP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 48.70 -1.09 10 0
Indian National Congress 38.40 +13.67 1 0



Dadra & Nagar Haveli (1)
1
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 48.90 +2.47 1 0
Indian National Congress 45.10 -0.75 0 0



Daman & Diu (1)
1
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 53.80% -11.46 1 0
Indian National Congress 43.30% +14.29 0 0



NCT of Delhi (7)
7
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party      46.40 +11.17 7 +7
Indian National Congress 15.10 -42.01 0 -7
Aam Aadmi Party 34.90 New 0 0



Goa (2)
2
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party      53.40% +8.62 2 +1
Indian National Congress 36.60% -14.00 0 -1


Gujarat (26)
26
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 60.11% +12.59 26 +10
Indian National Congress 33.45% -10.48 0 -11



Haryana (10)
7 2           1
BJP INLD    INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 34.70% 7 +7
Indian National Congress 22.90% -18.87 1 -8
Indian National Lok Dal 24.40% 2 +2



Himachal Pradesh (4)
4
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 53.31% +3.72 4 +1
Indian National Congress 40.70% -4.91 0 -1



Jammu and Kashmir (6)
3 3
BJP JKPDP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 34.40% 3 +3
Indian National Congress (UPA) 22.90% -1.77 0 -2
Jammu & Kashmir People's Democratic Party 20.50% 3 +3
Jammu & Kashmir National Conference (UPA) 11.10% -8.00% 0 -3
Independent --- --- 0 -1



Jharkhand (14)
12 2
BJP JMM
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 40.10% +12.57% 12 +4
Indian National Congress (UPA) 13.30% -1.72% 0 -1
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) 12.10% 0 -1
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (UPA) 9.30% -2.4% 2 0
Independent --- --- 0 -2


Karnataka (28)
17        2          9
BJP JD(S) INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 43.00% -1.37 17 -2
Indian National Congress 40.80% +3.15 9 +3
Janata Dal (Secular) 11.00% -2.57% 2 -1



Kerala (20)
8 2               1 1        5          1 2
INC IUML KC(M) RSP   CPI(M) CPI IND.
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 10.30% 0 0
Indian National Congress 31.10% 8 -5
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 21.60% 5 +1
Communist Party of India 7.60% 1 +1
Indian Union Muslim League 4.50% 2 0
Kerala Congress (M) 2.40% 1 0
Revolutionary Socialist Party 1 +1
IND. (backed by Left Democratic Front) 2 +2



Lakshadweep (1)
1
NCP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Nationalist Congress Party 50.10% +3.79 1 +1
Indian National Congress 46.60% -5.32 0 -1




Madhya Pradesh (29)
27       2
BJP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 54.00 +10.55 27 +11
Indian National Congress 34.90 -5.24 2 -10
Bahujan Samaj Party 3.8 -2.05 0 -1



Maharashtra (48)
23 18                       1 4           2
BJP Shiv Sena SWP NCP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA)      27.30% +9.13% 23 +14
Shiv Sena (NDA) 20.60% +3.60% 18 +7
Indian National Congress (UPA)   18.10% -1.51 2 -15
Nationalist Congress Party (UPA) 16.00% -3.28 4 -4
Swabhimani Paksha (NDA) 2.30% 1 0
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi (UPA)        --- ---              0 -1
Independent                                       --- --- 0 -1


Manipur (2)
2
INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 11.90% 0 0
Indian National Congress 41.70% -1.26% 2 0
Naga People's Front 19.90% 0 0
Communist Party of India 14.00% 0 0




Meghalaya (2)
1 1
NPP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 8.90% 0 0
Indian National Congress (UPA) 37.90% -6.94% 1 0
National People's Party (NDA) 22.20% +22.20 1 +1
Nationalist Congress Party (UPA) --- -18.78% 0 -1



Mizoram (1)
1
INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Indian National Congress 48.60% +16.98 1 0


Nagaland (1)
1
NPF
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Naga People's Front (NDA) 68.70% -1.26 1 0
Indian National Congress 30.10% 0



Odisha (21)
20       1
BJD BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Biju Janata Dal 44.10% +6.87 20 +6
Bharatiya Janata Party 21.50% 1 +1
Indian National Congress 26.00% -6.75 0 -6
Communist Party of India 0.3% -2.27% 0 -1


Puducherry (1)
1
All India N R Congress
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
All India N.R. Congress (NDA) 34.60% +0 1 +1
Indian National Congress 26.3% -23.16% 0 -1



Punjab (13)
2 4               4    3
BJP SAD AAP INC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Indian National Congress 33.10% -12.13 3 -5
Shiromani Akali Dal 20.30% -13.55% 4 0
Bharatiya Janata Party 8.70% -1.36 2 +1
Aam Aadmi Party 30.40% New 4 +4



Rajasthan (25)
25
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 54.90% +7.71 25 +21
Indian National Congress 30.40% -16.79 0 -20


Sikkim (1)
1
SDF
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Sikkim Democratic Front 53.00% -13.30 1 0
Sikkim Krantikari Morcha 39.50% +39.50% 0 0
Bharatiya Janata Party 2.40% +0.59 0 0
Indian National Congress 2.30% -27.26% 0 0


Tamil Nadu (39)
37                      1 1
AIADMK   PMK BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 44.30% +21.42% 37 +28
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 23.60% -1.49 0 -18
Bharatiya Janata Party 5.50% 1 +1
Pattali Makkal Katchi 4.40% 1 +1


Telangana (17)
11 2 1 1              1     1
TRS INC BJP TDP YSRCP AIMIM
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 33.90 +7.76 11 +9
Indian National Congress 20.5 -27.45 2 0
Bharatiya Janata Party 8.50 --- 1 0
Telugu Desam Party 3.10 +4.17 1 0
YSR Congress Party 2.90 +2.90 1 0
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen 1.40 -0.53 1 0


Tripura (2)
2
CPI(M)
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 64.00% +2.31 2 0
Indian National Congress 15.20% 0 0
Bharatiya Janata Party 5.70% 0 0


Uttar Pradesh (80)
71 5 2       2
BJP SP INC   AD
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA) 41.30% +24.80 71 +61
Samajwadi Party 22.20% -1.06 5 -18
Bahujan Samaj Party 19.60% -7.82 0 -20
Indian National Congress 7.50% -10.75 2 -19
Apna Dal (NDA) 1.00% 2 +2


Uttarakhand (5)
5
BJP
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
Bharatiya Janata Party 55.30% 5 +5
Indian National Congress 34.00% -9.13 0 -5


West Bengal (42)
2 4     2                 34
BJP INC CPI(M) AITC
Name of Party Vote Share % Change Seats won Changes
All India Trinamool Congress 39.80% +8.60 34 +15
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 23% -10.1 2 -13
Bharatiya Janata Party 18% +10.90 2 +1
Indian National Congress 9.70% -3.80 4 -2

2019


India - Vision for Jobful Growth

Doubling Farmer Income - Rural Income by 2022-23 - Measures

Modinomics - Three Pillars - Development, Distribution and Discipline

PM Narendra Modi's Dream - India: 20 Trillion Dollar Economy - Possible by 2047

Constituency Public Opinion Report by MPs and MLAs

UK Unemployment Rate Dips to 44-Year Low in 2018

Big Data Analysis for Democracy



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2018

April 2018

India's Century - Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Arnold Toynbee, David Frawley
http://sandeepsilas.com/remembering-prof-n-s-ramaswamy-his-letter-from-my-memorabilia/

December 2017

#PositiveIndia
Mudra Loan Scheme Success -  90 million loans worth 4.28 trillion rupees
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
PM Modi - Inauguration Address -  Global Entrepreneurship Summit-2017 in Hyderabad on November 28, 2017
http://guide-india.blogspot.com/2015/04/india-mudra-finance-for-micro-units.html

Modi's Make in India just saved Rs 1 lakh crore in defence sector.
The decision by the government in favour of going for Make in India is also going to help the indigenous defence industry as the money which would have been transferred to foreign vendors would now be spent within the country.
December 3, 2017
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/make-in-india-initiative-defence-ministry-drdo-modi/1/1102047.html

Cabinet approves Rs9,046 crore National Nutrition Mission
Under the mission, the government is targeting a reduction of 2% a year in stunting, undernutrition and low birthweight among 100 million people
Dec 02 2017.
http://www.livemint.com/Politics/pN1sjLT0Fs2RuRFI9uTw2N/Cabinet-approves-Rs9046-crore-National-Nutrition-Mission.html

The government has sanctioned 30.76 lakh houses since the launch of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban). The urban housing requirement at 12 million.
Launched on June 25, 2015, the aim of PMAY is to meet the target of “Housing for All” by 2022.
25 November, 2017
http://www.financialexpress.com/economy/after-pradhan-mantri-awas-yojana-urban-launch-30-76-lakh-houses-sanctioned-centre/946904/


Prime Minister's Appeal

Share #PositiveIndia News - Create a #PositiveIndia Wave - Inspire other fellow-citizens!

Positive India -  Bulletin Board  

http://guide-india.blogspot.com/2017/12/positiveindia-bulletin-board.html


October 2017

Interesting explanation on Modi Government's Performance and Activities
Dr. Vinay Sahasrabudhe
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September 2017



17 September 2017 - Sardar Sarovar Dam dedicated to Nation by PM Shri Narendra Modi on 17 Sep 2017
Pic Source: Pib.nic.in


Support new employment creation - Support wealth creation in India - Promote Micro Sector in India
Please sign the petition to the Prime Minister of India to look at the plan to provide 2 crore persons employment using Mudra Finance Scheme. Please share with more people.
https://www.change.org/p/to-shri-narendra-modi-use-mudra-finance-scheme-to-provide-2-crore-persons-jobs-and-employment-in-india


నాయకత్వ లక్షణాలు, వివిధ రకాల శక్తుల ఆవిష్కరణ
http://leadap.blogspot.in/

Caste of Maharashtra - Some Explanation

https://cultural.maharashtra.gov.in/english/gazetteer/aurangabad/CHAP03/HINDU%20CASTES.htm


August 2017

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/govt-plans-to-provide-employment-to-1-cr-people-in-next-2-yrs/1/955228.html

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/business/economy/190517/khadi-industry-plans-to-employ-5-crore-people-in-5-yearss-giriraj.html

http://businessworld.in/article/Centre-States-Push-For-Job-Creation-Via-MSME-/16-08-2017-124166/

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/narendra-modi-job-creation-unemployment/1/956889.html

http://www.livemint.com/Education/DPTOVzl9OrqDVgpR6Nti1O/Cabinet-approves-Rs12000-crore-skill-development-plan.html

How to help your employees ride the new wave of learning
Vinay Pradhan
25 AUGUST 2017 12:36 IST
https://www-thehindu-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/www.thehindu.com/education/careers/how-to-help-your-employees-ride-the-new-wave-of-learning/article19559251.ece/amp/?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3BYewNI2UKSNSUTIuqEYyRmg%3D%3D

Made in China Mission
https://www.intouch-quality.com/blog/made-in-china-2025-your-supply-chain

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/niti-aayogs-three-year-action-agenda-focus-on-higher-education-greater-skills-must-for-raising-employability-4813766/

Bukkal Nawab joins BJP

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29 July 2017

http://zeenews.india.com/news/uttar-pradesh/muslim-sp-leader-bukkal-nawab-promises-to-donate-rs-10-lakhs-gold-mukut-for-ram-temple_1842981.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bukkal_Nawab


June 2017

Jio will offer home broadband at Rs. 500 for 100 GB
http://earmer.com/reliance-jio-may-launch-home-broadband-plan-at-rs-500100gb-in-100-cities/

Bharatvarsh: Episode 5: Prithviraj Chauhan

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Bharatvarsh: Episode 4: Watch the glorious story of Adi Shankaracharya
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ABP News

May 2017

26 May 2017

3 Years of Modi Government - Achievements - Shortcomings

http://www.firstpost.com/india/three-years-of-narendra-modi-in-assam-pm-to-inaugurate-dhola-sadiya-bridge-first-aiims-in-north-east-3482425.html

http://www.firstpost.com/business/3-years-of-narendra-modi-ministers-meddling-in-businesses-are-making-mockery-of-minimum-govt-promise-3482417.html

http://www.rediff.com/news/interview/modi-government-is-on-its-way-to-greatness/20170526.htm

25 May 2017

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move has given the economy a Rs 5 lakh-crore advantage, a high-level internal assessment report of the government on the drive has found.
http://www.msn.com/en-in/money/topstories/pm-modis-note-ban-move-gave-economy-rs-5-trillion-advantage/ar-BBBvF0F?li=AAgfYGb&ocid=SK2MDHP


23 May 2017

Indian Professor presents Principles of Industrial Engineering in the Global Annual Conference of Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Pittsburgh,  USA


Principles of Industrial Engineering Presented by Professor K.V.S.S. Narayana Rao on 23 May 2017 at the Annual Conference of Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Pittsburgh, USA.  Industrial Engineering is a management subject or discipline with Engineering as the foundation. Its primary application area is engineering systems. It augmented application area is any system.  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING IS SYSTEM EFFICIENCY ENGINEERING AND HUMAN EFFORT ENGINEERING (Definition by Narayana Rao - Published in Udyog Pragati, Jounral of NITIE in 2006)
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April 2017

Manpreet Kaur - World Number One in Shot Put


Manpreet Kaur threw shot put over a distance of 18.86 m in Asian Grand Prix, Jinhua, China and won Gold. Also, this is the world's best throw in recent days. So we can say she is the World's Number 1 at the moment.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/other-sports/manpreet-kaur-wins-shot-put-gold-at-asian-grand-prix-leads-world-rankings/story-vtsVpk0bPQTXoB5D0vcxiP.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_shot_put_world_record_progression

30 April 2017
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Nattukottai Chettiyars to Promote Entrepreneurship


Nattukottai Chettiyars to Promote Entrepreneurship among their children. Entrepreneurs are now only 15%. They want to take back that percentage to 90%.
http://www.rediff.com/business/report/family-and-rs-500-crore-how-a-chettiar-community-is-reviving-entrepreneurship/20170424.htm

29 April 2017
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DIPP cleared Amazon's Rs. 3,500 crore food retailing proposal.

Google India - Solve for India Programme.


Google India is launching Solve for India Programme. The Program Manager Lead is Karthik Padmanabhan. The programme will engage at least 10,000 entrepreneurs and developers. The program was started in Pune and will be extended to Chennai, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kochi, Kolkata, Madurai, Nagpur and Nashik.

In the year 2016-17, Jio added 93 million subscribers. But the top three leading providers also added 39 million subscribers. So the overall market has expanded.


India likely to get a normal monsoon this year - IMD forecast.

BJP wins MCD Polls
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19 August 2016
NDA wll get 304 seats -  India Today - Karvy Insights Poll
http://www.rediff.com/news/report/nda-will-win-304-seats-today-poll/20160819.htm


May 2016

Modi's Ministers - Successes and Failures
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12 April 2016

Read in an advertisement of Xrabia - Flat builders that Greater MMR region will have $1 trillion GDP in the next 20 years. Good thought.

The world's 15 biggest metropolitan areas
http://www.rediff.com/money/slide-show/slide-show-1-worlds-15-biggest-metropolitan-areas/20110408.htm

How women can boost India’s GDP by whopping $ 3 trillion
https://in.finance.yahoo.com/news/women-boost-india-gdp-whopping-061220293.html



Seminar  “EKATMA MANAV DARSHAN AS A PRACTICAL ALTERNATIVE”

Seminar held in Thane on 10 February 2016


INVITATION FOR SEMINAR ON   “EKATMA MANAV DARSHAN AS A PRACTICAL ALTERNATIVE”


In view of the birth centenary year of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya, (Propounder of Ekatma Manav-vad), Deendayal Prerana Kendra and Ekatma Prabodh Mandal have organized a seminar on Ekatma Manav Darshan as per details below:

Theme: EKATMA MANAV DARSHAN AS A PRACTICAL ALTERNATIVE

Place: SHRIRAM VYAYAMSHALA HALL, OPP.GADAKARI RANGAYATAN, THANE WEST

Time: WEDNESDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY 2016, 4.30 TO 7.45 PM

Session 1: Ekatma Manav Darshan & Capitalism by Dr. KVSS Narayana Rao

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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

DEENDAYAL PRERANA KENDRA 2/27 Kalpana Sahaniwas, Sahyog Mandir Path, Naupada, Thane (W)

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


November 2015

Consumer confidence index of India is Global high at 131 for the third quarter of 2015.
http://www.nielsen.com/us/en/insights/reports/2015/q3-2015-consumer-confidence-report.html

http://www.nielsen.com/consumerconfidence


Sep 2015


EVENT:  25 Sep 2015

Inaugural function of  Birth Anniversary Celebrations  of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya.  Lok Sabha Speaker Smt Sumitra Mahajan will be the Chief Guest. The Minister of Home Affairs, Shri Rajnath Singh & The Minister of Finance & Corporate Affairs, Information & Broadcasting, Shri Arun Jaitley will be the Guest of Honour.

25th September, 2015 (Friday)

TIME: 1030 HRS (IST)
VENUE: Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, Teen Murti House, New Delhi-110001



Shri Arun Jaitley addressing India Economic Convention on 17 September 2015

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Tata Group Revenue rises over 5% to $109 billion for the financial year 2014-15 (Economic Times 31 August 2015)


Make in India - Will be Successful - Role of Industrial Engineering in India's Make in India Campaign - Presentation by me in Goa - IIIE Foundation Day Lecture 2015

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2015



May 2015


Why "Make in India" Makes Sense
Presentation by Jagdish Sheth at Emory University

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Prof Uday Amonkar Memorial Lecture - Make in India - Role of Industrial Engineering






April 2015

An Assessment of Modi Government - Panel Discussion at World Economic Forum 2014, November
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6 November 2014


According to figures released by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the year 2014-15 ended with exports of $310 billion against target of $340 billion. The trade deficit was $137 billion. India announced a five-year foreign trade policy to increase total exports to $900 billion in the year 2019-20.

India GDP: $2.308 trillion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_India


26 Feb
In India, internet connections will reach 500 million figures.
How 500 million internet users will transform India  - Article in Economic Times on 26 Feb 2015

24 February
Interesting articles in Financial Express

On resources for Budget.
http://www.financialexpress.com/article/fe-columnist/columns-money-coming-out-of-arun-jaitleys-ears/46624/

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/miscellaneous/90-of-the-internet-music-market-belongs-to-the-pirates/38240/


Presence on e-Commerce platforms provides Buzz to Brands.
http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/companies/the-not-in-stores-advantage/46601/


2014

26 October
Oil Discovery in Cambay Basin of Gujarat  by Jay Polychem India Ltd.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/business-news/big-oil-discovery-made-near-ahmedabad/article1-1279071.aspx

19 October
Maharashtra Assembly Elections - Elected MLAs List
BJP emerged as the single largest party with 122 seats out of 288.
In Haryana assembly, BJP got a simple majority. 47 out of 90 member assembly.


2 October
Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to start Swachch Bharat Abhiyan today in Delhi

1 October
Narendra Modi boarded flight for return to India from USA.

30 November
PM Narendra Modi paid respects to Mahatma Gandhi at the Gandhi Memorial in Washington DC
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16 August
Indigenously built largest warship INS Kolkata commissioned by PM Narendra Modi
                                          Picture source: http://pib.nic.in/photo//2014/Aug/l2014081655835.jpg


15 August
    Picture source: pib.nic.in


2014 - 68 India Independence Day Celebration - Red Fort, Delhi - Prime Minister

BJP Economic Policy - Part of Election Manifesto 2014


July

26 July Kargil Vijay Diwas

Defence Mister and Chiefs of Defence forces saluting Amar Jawans on the occasion of Kargil Vijay Day.

Centenary of Komagata Maru (29 September 2014 to 29 September 2015)
Centenary of Begum Akthar (7 October 2014 to 7 October 2015)
125th Birth Anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru (14 November 2014 to 14 November 2015)

http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=107139


2013

25 December

Vajpayee's birthday being celebrated by BJP.

24 December

BJP Parliamentary Board and Election Committee Meeting News

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22 December 2013
Narendra Modi Addressed a meeting in Mumbai
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http://www.firstpost.com/politics/mumbai-rally-live-congress-bad-governance-spreads-like-diabetes-says-modi-1301097.html


India South Africa Test
Post Lunch South Africa - 298-4,  to score 458 to win.
http://imsports.rediff.com/score/in_asa_101848.html

21 December

Modi's Speech at Varanasi


15 December 2013

Run for Unity - Remembering Sardar Patel

Rally - Narendra Modi at Dehradun

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14.12.2013
National Energy Conservation Day - 2013


8.12.2013

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Election Results of 4 State Assemblies
Counting was done  4 state assemblies of Madhya Pradesh, Rajastan, Chattisgarh and Delhi. Counting in Mizoram will be done tomorrow.

Madhya Pradesh - BJP got full majority
Rajastan - BJP got full majority 162
Chattisgarh - BJP got full Majority  49
Delhi - BJP the single largest party  31
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/assembly-elections-2013/mizoram-assembly-elections/assemblyarticlelist/22747829.cms




31.7.2012
First Medal for India. Bronze for Gagan Narang in 10m Air Rifle Event. Congratulations Gagan Narang.

22.7.2012
Indian Olympic Team Itinerary



1 August 2012

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Media's Role in Anna's Anti Corruption Movement - A Discussion


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20.7.2012

London 2012 Olympics Indian Team Participation Schedule


Rajesh Khanna, one super star of Hindi films,  died 18 July 2012.

India News - Videos London Olympics 2012


8.7.2012
NITIE students have provided solar laterns to villagers of  Sadapdana in Nashik District.
http://www.asianage.com/mumbai/students-bring-solar-power-village-777


Cheti Chand - Birthday of Jhulelal - the day after Ugadi day


31.3.2012
Tomorrow is Shri Rama Navami - Shri Rama Janmadin

Shri Rama Navami


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