VISITOR’S VOICE PART VI

 

The seen and known only through my inward eyes – Shri Rajeev Jha of Bilaspur.

This week’s Sunday story carries the VISITOR”S VOICE PART VI on ENVIUS THOUGHTS-the voice of my great unseen friend and unheard voice to my physical body(!) Shri RAJEEV JHA of Bilaspur has been a regular viewer of the Blog. He sends his view through Face Book almost every day. His part V was published on 5/3/2017 covering his voice up to 1-3-2017.Here is Part VI covering up to 30th April 2017. The esteemed viewers of these five parts so far would have happily enjoyed his scholarship, deep knowledge of Sanskrit and the great religion of Hinduism- a way of life and living. I am sure this part will also be found to be as great as earlier ones.
2/3/17.
Season changes .. Mosquitoes, unique creation of God, have special organs to whine or buzz as they fly, to annoy us, other mosquitoes can hear the noise, and attract others.
3/3/17.
They are not dead; Their memory is warm in our hearts, Comfort in our sorrow. They are not apart from us, But a part of us For love is eternal, And those we love shall be with us Throughout all eternity.”
4/3/17.
National Safety Day is annually organized to enhance the safety awareness among people. It is a national movement carried out on annual basis to prevent and lessen the loss of life including various human being problems and their financial loss through availing them with safety, health and environment related support services
.5/3/17.
The rich rewards come when you add values and represent collective comments of viewer. I feel very happy to find such place. .
13/3/17.
The festival of color shows that good wins over evil. It’s also believed that God always saves their devotees when they get stuck in any problem. “O! Adorable Lord, set forth your vigor, as a hunter speeds his capacious snare, and go like a compelling king on his elephant with his orderlies. You are the scatterer of dark forces. May you swiftly follow and transfix the knaves with your dash that blazes more fiercely. ” Nice note, Sir. Wish you and family a very Happy Holi.
14/3/17.
Iconic genius and legendary theoretical physicist he is, who formulated the Theory of Relativity and the mass-energy equivalence formula. Einstein’s theories of special and general relativity drastically altered man’s view of the universe, and his work in particle and energy theory helped make possible quantum mechanics and, ultimately, the atomic bomb
16/3/17
The day is to raise awareness about the important role vaccines play in preventing serious, sometimes deadly, diseases. Vaccination protects children from serious illness and complications of vaccine-preventable diseases which can include amputation of an arm or leg, paralysis of limbs, hearing loss, convulsions, brain damage, and death. Vaccine-preventable diseases, such as measles, mumps, and whooping cough, are still a threat. So the commitment of the remembrance
24/3/17.
The day is to make the people aware of the basic and essential knowledge of tuberculosis, causes, prevention and cure of this disease to get prevented and eradicate this disease from the world. It is very necessary to aware people of all group and field about this epidemic disease to take precautions. All the people at workplace or at home should be encouraged about their health maintenance and must know about the prevention from tuberculosis. People must know that it is a completely curable disease
27/3/17.
Life is a theatre ” All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; Act well your part; there all the honor lies. We do on stage things that are supposed to happen off, which is a kind of integrity, if you look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else. Music blows lyrics up very quickly, and suddenly they become more than art. They become pompous and they become self-conscious. An actor must never be afraid to make a fool of himself.
28/3/17.
.Humans have used weeds for food and as herbs for much of recorded history. Some are edible and nutritious while other weeds have medicinal value. Common weeds do offer some benefits. They provide the very oxygen that we breathe. Weeds take in the carbon dioxide that we exhale. They also offer food and shelter for birds and wildlife.
29/3/17.
ओ३म् । ऋतं च सत्यं चाभीद्धात्तपसोध्यजायत। ततो रात्र्यजायत ततः समुद्रोअर्णवः ।। १।। समुद्रादर्णवादधि संवत्सरोअजायत। अहोरात्राणि विदधद्विश्वस्यमिषतो वशी।। २।। सूर्याचन्द्रमसौ धाता यथापूर्वमकल्पयत्। दिवं च पृथिवीं चान्तरिक्षमथो स्वः।। ३।। ऋग्वेद १०.१९०.१-३ This Ugadi, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse. Happy Ugadi !!!
30/3/17.
“Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, among other Indian leaders, was extremely critical of this Act and argued that not everyone should get punishment in response to isolated political crimes. The Act annoyed many Indian leaders and the public, which caused the government to implement repressive measures. Gandhi and others found that constitutional opposition to the measure was fruitless, so, a “hartal”
was organised where Indians would suspend all business and fast as a sign of their opposition and civil disobedience would be offered against specific law. This event is known as the Rowlatt Satyagraha.”
3/4/17.
“The conquest of India, which could be said to have begun with the Battle of Plassey (1757), was practically completed by the end of Dalhousie’s tenure in 1856. Again, the Mutiny of 1857, which began with a revolt of the military soldiers at Meerut, soon became widespread and posed a grave challenge to the British rule. ”
8/4/17.
“Jainism is one of the oldest living religions of India. It predates recorded history as per references indicated in Hindu scriptures. It is a religion of purely human origin. Mahavir preached non-violence and prohibited any kind of killing. He also believed that the most virtuous life is spent sitting still and fasting, as then a man does not run the risk of injuring life even involuntarily, by swallowing or treading upon insects. On his birth anniversary, every Jain resolves to follow his teachings.
18/4/17.
This special day offers an opportunity to raise the public’s awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage and the efforts that are required to protect and conserve it, as well as draw attention to its vulnerability. World Heritage is the shared wealth of humankind.
24/4/17.
The idea is to eat fast food as an appetizer or as breakfast. Pigs in Blankets are tasty little treats children and adults scarf down at family get-togethers and big bashes. Perfect for breakfast or served as an appetizer, these popular snacks are little sausages or wieners wrapped in a pancake, biscuit or croissant dough or bacon.
26/4/17.
A chance to promote or learn about the efforts made to prevent and reduce Malaria around the world. World Malaria Day is all about celebrating the successes there have been in the drive to eradicate malaria from the world as well as raising awareness of the disease and its prevention.
28/4/17.
The reason why mountains and hills signified the goods of celestial and spiritual love, is that they are prominent above the earth, and by things prominent and high are signified those which are of heaven, and in the supreme sense which are of the Lord. We should respect and protect these gifts of God.
29/4/17.
Water is of special significance in Hinduism, not only for its life-sustaining properties, but also because of its use in rituals and because of the stress given to cleanliness. Bathing also has religious significance, especially in God’s creation “rivers” considered sacred
30/4/17.
It is very interesting to read all comments of Mr Ramamurthi Thupakula, who is well-steeped in his subject matter and who has deep knowledge of entire subject.
2/5/17.
International Workers’ Day is an occasion that pays tribute and respect to workers and their contribution towards making our lives easier. A cause close to the heart of many socialists, Communists and the labour movement, May Day celebrates and honours workers. A public holiday of much importance to labour rights’ activists, it is also an ancient northern hemisphere spring festival
3/5/17.
Freedom of information and freedom of expression are the founding principles for open and informed debate. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. Today is a date to encourage and develop initiatives in favour of press freedom, and to assess the state of press freedom worldwide.
4/5/17.
When fire is cried and danger is neigh, “God and the firemen” is the people’s cry; But when ’tis out and all things righted, God is forgotten and the firemen slighted
5/5/17.
The Andaman and Nicobar islands , an archipelago of islands situated in the middle of the Bay of Bengal is more than 700 kms away from the Indian Mainland but still it holds great significance in our independence struggle. Before independence these islands , especially Andaman was just a penal colony with the dreaded prison Kalapani or Cellular jail at its midst. The infamous cellular jail was a place for inhuman torture and confinement of freedom fighters from mainland India and as such this jail became a symbol of colonial oppression. Ironically this island of oppression was the first part of Indian land to be liberated.
6/5/17.
The Sabarmati Ashram was home to Mohandas Gandhi and served as one of the main centres of the Indian freedom struggle. Originally called the Satyagraha Ashram, reflecting the movement toward passive resistance launched by the Mahatma, the Ashram became home to the ideology that set India free. Sabarmati Ashram named for the river on which it sits, was created with a dual mission. To serve as an institution that would carry on a search for truth and a platform to bring together a group of workers committed to non-violence who would help secure freedom for India
7/5/17
Internationally known as the ‘Bard of Bengal,’ Rabindranath Tagore’s genius is seldom understood completely by the common man. A poet, novelist, musician, painter, educationist, and a social reformer, Tagore has worn multiple hats in eighty years of his life. He is considered as a cultural symbol for not only his home-state, but also nationally. Tagore is in fact best known for being the first person from Asia to have ever won the Nobel Prize.
8/5/17.
“A mother is special, she’s more than a friend. Whenever you need her, she’ll give you a hand. I think God made Mother like He’d make his own. A praiser, a helper, an encourager too, nothing in this world that she wouldn’t do. To help us succeed she does all that she can…” Very nice poem by Nivetha.
9/5/17.
Gokhale was an indispensable link in the transformation of the freedom struggle to a more informed one and for the commitment to bring Indians on parity with the Britishers in terms of knowledge and administrative skills and to prove that Indians too can govern and can govern more efficiently. Gokhale gave voice to the aspirations of millions of Indians who were looking for freedom from the British rule. Gandhiji considered him as his political guru
12/5/17.
Florence Nightingale (the foundational philosopher of the modern nursing) was born on 12th of May in 1820. International Council of Nurses established the day in 1974 to be celebrated every year to highlight the importance of nurses’ role in providing the best health care services. She became an important figure of the nursing since Crimean War during 1850s. She, stationed at the Barrack Hospital, Scutari, reformed the health care services and nursing and opened “the Nightingale School of Nursing” at the St. Thomas Hospital, London in 1860
13/5/17
The learned will follow the way of life, to enjoy nature and its warmth so rife
17/5/17
World Telecommunications Day is celebrated to increase awareness about the positives of communication technology among public. It also aims to make information and communication more accessible to people residing in remote and rural areas. It is mainly to increase the awareness of crucial communications in every life and the stimulation in a field like the development of technologies
19/5/17
The food’s here of the first crow to arrive, numbers two and three at a safe side, then approaching the hand-created taste What if to taste and see, to notice things, to stand each is up against emptiness
22/5/17.
“The Rajiv era” can be regarded as the most distinguished period of initiating sets of break through reforms involving, India’s modernization, economic liberalization, inclusive growth, democratic decentralization, co-operative federalism, technological advancement, resource-based agricultural growth; economic reform and the concept of India as an emerging and independently great power. Nice remembrance,
23/5/17.
: World Turtle Day:: Here people are encouraged to learn more about turtles and help protect them and their habitats, which are rapidly disappearing around the world. Turtles are a type of reptile that exists in many environments through the word and have found their way into literature, poetry, and parable throughout the world’s history.
24/5/17.
Donkey is an introvert he has never ever let out a complete bray. Donkeys can sing and donkeys can bray a distress bray. Just like dogs can sing along with their human and dogs can bark when stressed so can donkeys. A high-pitched sound like the violin can make a donkey bray and this is singing, similar to a dog who will sing along when we encourage them with high notes. The donkey has amazing hearing. When the donkey hears another donkey braying with the distress bray they understand the distress sound as it is their language

I do believe that you would have enjoyed this part of Visitors Voice and we shall meet as usual tomorrow. Thanks.

 

Blogger N V Subbaraman addressing an audience.

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