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Connection Between HINDUISM And VEDAS

“The four Vedas- The repository of knowledge and religious truths- Are the word of God”.- By Swami Dayanand Saraswati.

Vedas are the great source of knowledge and a collection of sacred texts about the Hindu religion and mythology.

The four models forming the traditional body of Indian scripture makes up the Vedas. The oldest and significant is – The Rig-Veda.

The other three are-

The Sama-Veda, The Yajur-Veda and The Atharva-Veda.

The Vedas are the actual collection of the knowledge and information which are the basis for mythology; it contains the hymns and verses which are directed towards several God and Goddesses.

#1. The Rig-Veda


The Rig-Veda contains hymns which are the remainder of the ancient cultural heritage and the point of pride for Hindus.

#2. The Sama-Veda


The Sama-Veda is the Veda of Melodies and Chants. The Indian Classical Music and Dance are rooted in the sonic and musical dimensions of the Sama Veda.

#3. The Yajur-Veda


The Yajur-Veda is a collection of the mantras which is used in rituals that are said by the priest. It is also called the Veda of “Prose Mantras.”

#4. The Atharva-Veda


The Atharva-Veda gives the knowledge about the approach to everyday life. It is also known as the “Veda of Magical formulas,” like remedy from medicinal herbs, speculations on the nature of man good and evil.

Surprising Facts: What Happen To Your Body When You Don’t Bath For A Weak?

No Water! No Soap! No Shampoo! What happen to your body?

You are probably going to a couple of days without showering or maybe a week. But, have you ever wondered about what happen if you don’t bath for an entire month or even the year?

So let’s talk about your skin. Your mind knows this, but even when it’s clean. Do you know? It’s crawling with little germy passengers and up to 1000 species of bacteria enjoying the life on your skin along with 80 types of fungus.

So here we are going to show you what happen if you don’t bath regularly. Continue scrolling to find out the facts…

#1. Bad Bacteria Enjoying Life On Your Skin

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Around 1000 species of bacteria enjoying their life on your milky skin. But not all bacteria is bad, most of them are good for us, they take up real estate on our skins and effectively remove off the bad bacteria from our skin and break down the skin flows to create natural moisturisers. Whenever you don’t bath for a couple of days, the bad bacteria becomes more powerful and get active to make you fall sick.

#2. Bacterial Skin Infections

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If you don’t bath regularly, it makes easier for germs and harmful bacteria that cause bacterial infections on your skin too.So preventing infection is one reason to having bath regularly.

#3. Dirt, Sweat And Oil

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If you skip your bath than dirt, sweat, dead skin cells and oil will start to humiliate us. If you have some kind of skin secretion like acne and folliculitis, then dirtiness on your skin make them worse.

#4. Dermatitis Neglecta

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If you skip bathing for long can formed scaly patches all over your body. Dermatologists call this  condition “Dermatitis Neglecta.”

#5. Body Odor

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Bad smell from your body, It’s caused when harmful bacteria break down the chemical compounds in sweated and produce nasty smell by chemical products. So escaping from the shower can cause bad odor also.

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Digital Education: The Biggest Game Changer In Indian Education

Recently my friend and I were having a conversation, and he asked me that “What do I see as the biggest game changer in education?”

I know this question is not that easy. In today’s world, we hear things like a digital classroom, social media, e-tutorials, blah blah and what effect will they put on the things we do. But if we focus on a single thing that is a game changer for education, then, internet’s name is taken. The internet is not just for education but what we describe is “everything”. I think that many of us understand the opportunities provided by the ’World Wide Web’ to us in so many phases of our life. That being said, the game changer has already happened.

The real game changer doesn’t belong to any external source, but is internal, the way in which we think and grow.

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Students to teachers ratio decreasing every year.

It’s moving from the “fixed” and “boring” mindset of teaching and learning to “growing” and “innovative” one. It is about thinking that all of us people are not the same and require different education and understanding to succeed. Some students learn better in isolation while others love to work in collaborations.

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Today, no single thing is a game changer. If there were then, our brilliant human minds would have already figured it out and have adapted by now. We have to stop looking for basic fixed or standardised solutions to try and personalise teaching. Instead, the focus should be on how to be open to many approaches, not a single one.
Change is the one the resolute that we will always have in our world, and if we do not rise and learn to comprise it, then we will become irrelevant.

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Innovations in teaching

The mindset towards learning is only one side of a coin; making connections with our learners and teachers is equally important. In a country with 1 billion people, who better than the community itself can help resolve doubts and queries of students? If you have believed in the survey of 2009-10 that is review by District Information System of Education (DISE), then the average student-teacher ratio for primary schools in India is 32. Not too bad, one would say. In fact, this number of has been increasing over the years beginning with 47 in 1995 to 40 in 2000 and 34 in 2008.

If I were standing in front of you and speaking, I would have said only a few statements, that:

“The biggest game changer that you are looking for in this world is nowhere to be found because it’s not out there, it’s deep inside you, in your heads and it has ALWAYS been there since the time of your birth.”

6 Things On Which India Should Relax And Try To Change

India is a country of diversion. Diversity in culture, or religion, clothing, language and etc. But still the one. There are many things in India on which we are just proud. But at the same time, there are some certain things on which we really need to relax and change. Wanna know what are they? Let’s scroll…

#1. Don’t need to bargain everywhere

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We Indians have a bad habit of bargaining. We generally bargains where we really don’t need to. For eg, while buying Manish Malhotra collection, we don’t mind spending 100bucks whereas when we are purchasing vegetables or fruits, we will use our whole energy just to fight and save the 5-10rs.

#2. Superstitions taking place in our lives

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We are so controlled by the superstitions such as, car crossing the road is a sign of something will happen bad to the one who will go next to her or hanging a shoe or some chilies and lemon in the house for saving it from any bad thing.

#3. Watching any couple together is against our ethics.

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If we see any couple together roaming, they are cheap and their parents have no control on them. Their upbringing must be done badly. We often hear these comments from the society when they see a couple going even normally on road.

#4. Girls wearing revealing clothes are slut.

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We have still so backward thinking when it comes to the clothes. Whenever a girl wear jeans,skirts, deep neck top or anything revealing, they are considered as a slut even without knowing them.

#5. We still wish to have a son rather than a daughter.

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Somewhere we still have that stereotype thinking when it comes to having a child. We still wish to have a son rather than a daughter as we still consider women below than men.

#6. We judge people from their caste and religion.

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Caste and religion is something made my us not by god. But we still judge people by their caste and religion. We prefer communicating people who are of our caste.

So these were some of the things which we really need to change in order to take a step ahead to the development. If you have some better thoughts then do share.

A Man Died In Fire. People Made A Video Of It!

An another story that will force you to believe the fact that humanity is no more! A man- 55 year old cobbler named Popat Bansode of Pune were stuck in fire as an electric transformer behind his shop exploded.  Fire was around his shop and he was in between.


The more shocking news is that nobody helped him. However whole crowd were watching the scenario but they did nothing except waiting for a fire brigade to come.  In addition, they were making his video and viewing the scene but nobody even tried to save the man. Also the video got viral in social media networking.

People said that the fire was so big that we were helpless. We couldn’t do anything. The man got injured badly and died in the hospital itself. His family is in shock and his son says

“Even though my partially disabled father shouted for help, nobody helped my father. There was a major traffic jam that compounded the problem. However, people were insensitive and just wanted to merely see my father burning as if it was some drama in progress. They even took videos of the incident but nobody was humane enough to help douse the flames.”

Few Stories Of Balika Vadhu That Will Give You Goosebumps!!

Balika Vadhu! Child marriage. Still happening in India ? Seriously? Yes it is. We Indians are now literate but somewhere still not educated enough. In india , there are many states and villages where you can see the child marriage easily. The question arises who will raise a voice against it?

People are scared. But scared of what? The society of course. The culture and the people living in the society. But in this country, we have some brave girls who are an inspiration to all of them who are not at all liking it but is helpless and quite. All of them who is suffering from it and is still not doing anything. Let us have a look:

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Bhanu- I want to become a nurse

A girl named Bhanu was forced to get married to a man who was 55 when Bhanu was just 15. She stayed there for a day but next day she returned. Everyone was forcing her to go back but she denied. She was alone but didn’t give up. She reached to the court and the case is still going on. Now Bhanu have started her studies once again. She has filled the form of 10th board and her aim is to become a nurse.

Kavita- I was just 2 and half and got married.

A girl named Kavita living in Alvar was just 2 and half and their parents tied her knot with a man. When she grew up, she came to know that her husband is illiterate and she decided not to accept this marriage anymore. Nobody supported her. Panchayat also forced her. But she was strong and determined. Didn’t listen the society anymore. She went to the court and filed a case against them. She filed her divorce which is still not yet complete. Now she is studying and her aim is to become an engineer.

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Savita- was in the edge of becoming a balika Vadhu but I chose my own path

A girl from Maharashtra named Savita was 16 when she was asked to get married. But she said no. Afterwards, her family became her enemy. They use to beat her cruelly. She went to meet the P.M of that time Mr Manmohan Singh. But unfortunately she couldn’t meet him. But the people of PMO sent her to the Christian association committee and she started her studies back. Now she is a lawyer and trying to become a judge now.

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These were some inspiring stories of the young girls who have set an example for our society against child marriage and we salute them for their bravery. If you have any new story like them then please share it with us.

TriSpeed Cargo Pvt Ltd. 7th Annual Award 2016, a success story

For the year 2016-2017 ,Tri Speed cargo Pvt Ltd & Triways Solutions announced its 7th Annual Awards Ceremony ,managed by their Media Patrner- Feeder Bus Infomedia ,held on 17Th April 2016 at Laavanya-1, Radisson Blu Kaushambi ,Ghaziabad.It started with the managing director posing alongside with their holdings in which beautiful messages were written for employees who have put up such hard word for the success of the company.


In the starting you can see How with the chief guest has put up the smile all over the director’s Faces and received a bouquet as a token of appreciation


Awarding employees with the certificate of achievement , WAY TO GO !



Delicious Cake cutting ceremony celebrating their success as we say “kuch ache ki shuruvaat meetha kha kar karni chahye”.


How Happy all of the directors are while sharing their joyful story about how this all started . I remember one of saying this that no one in their company is actually from cargo industry hence reaching this platform sounds really BIG.




We all know who stays by our side since the beginning til the end its always a pleasure to get your good times with your family members.


Team Members of Feeder Bus making every single effort so to make the event successful back end work has always been an important thing in the whole even its always considered the backbone of any event.


Anchors Setting their Mics Right so to beautifully deliver the audience present there.