Sunday, 29 December 2013

Ancient Indian Contributions in Invention

According to an article from ABC News the game of chess originated in India 1,500 year ago by an Indian Brahmin. Even in ancient Persian (Iranian) texts from 531 A.D. it states the game was invented in India. The Indian King Balhait was discouraged when his subjects were resorting to gambling. King Balhait ordered the Brahmin to design a chess game called chaturanga to help strengthen his people's intelligence. Now in modern India they are producing world champion chess players.
Math may not be a favorite subject in school for many, but its origins date back to ancient India. As far back as 2000 B.C. during India's Vedic times the concept of zero, geometry, algebra and algorithms was already established. One of India's greatest mathematicians gave the value of Pi - 3.1416 and the formulated math tables called the "Tables of Sine." Brahmaguptha developed the rules of operation for "zero" with his theories of the addition or subtraction of zero from or to any quantity (either negative or positive) has no effect. The product of any quantity with

Friday, 27 December 2013

Simple tips for overcoming laziness


It is the desire to be idle, to do nothing and resist effort.
It is a state of passivity and of letting things stay as they are.
Sometimes, we enjoy being a little lazy, such as after working hard for several hours, or on a very cold or warm day, but if this state occurs too often, something has to be done about it.
In order to perform our chores and work efficiently, and to live a full, active and successful life, we must learn how to overcome laziness.

Simple tips for overcoming laziness:

1) Break down a task into smaller tasks
We often avoid tasks because we find them too big, too overwhelming, too tiring, or taking too much of our time.
Breaking a task into several smaller tasks can solve this problem. Then, each one will not seem so difficult or intimidating. Instead of having one big task, we will have a series of small tasks, which do not require too much effort.
This approach can be applied not only to tasks, but also to goals and everything else we have or need to do. This will

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

2014 = 1947 (both calenders are same)

The calendar of 2014 is same as 1947.  So lets hope another freedom from corruption and bad politics. get ready to say once again  JAIHIND movement . lets hope another green revolution, national integration, less corrupted INDIA (At least), freedom of voice, Real Development of INDIA.

The year 2014 has 365 days and starts on a Wednesday
Below is a list of years that have a common starting weekday and equal number of days to 2014:

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Arthritis (Joint pain ) Natural Remedy

Arthritis treatments

When joint cartilage wears away, bone rubs against bone, causing osteoarthritis. Sounds painful? It is.

Osteoarthritis seriously impairs the quality of life for 27 million Americans. Given that osteoarthritis is so disabling, painful, and common, lots of quack “cures” are out there, from shark cartilage to copper jewelry to snake venom.

But here are 13 natural remedies that research suggests may actually help ease arthritis pain.

Weight loss

The best remedy—maintaining a healthy weight, and losing weight if necessary—is not the easiest.

Still, every pound you pare off means 4 pounds less pressure on your knees, says Laura Robbins, senior vice president of education and academic affairs at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

Some people will see their symptoms disappear if they lose 10 to 20 pounds, says Roy Altman, MD, a rheumatologist and professor of medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.


Saturday, 14 December 2013

December 14:National Energy Conservation Day

National Energy Conservation Day in India
National energy conservation day is celebrated every year by the people all over the India on 14th of December. The Energy Conservation Act in India was executed by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in the year 2001. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency is a constitutional body which comes under Government of India and helps in the development of policies and strategies in order to reduce the energy use.
The Energy Conservation Act in India act aims to employ the professional, qualified and energetic managers as well as auditors who are with expertise in managing the energy, projects, policy analysis, finance or implementing the energy efficiency projects.

Monday, 2 December 2013

Cold & flu Natural Home Treatments

 With no cure in sight for the cold or the flu, over-the-counter treatments can at best bring symptom relief or shorten the duration of those symptoms. Or you can take the natural approach. some home remedies that may help you feel better along the way:-

Blow Your Nose Often -- and the Right Way

It's important to blow your nose regularly when you have a cold rather than sniffling mucus back into your head. But when you blow hard, pressure can cause an earache. The best way to blow your nose: Press a finger over one nostril while you blow gently to clear the other. Wash your hands after blowing your nose.

Gargling can moisten a sore throat and bring temporary relief. Try a teaspoon of salt dissolved in warm water, four times daily. To reduce the tickle in your throat, try an astringent gargle -- such as tea that contains tannin -- to tighten the membranes. Or use a thick, viscous gargle made with honey or a mixture of honey and apple cider vinegar, a popular folk remedy. Steep one tablespoon of raspberry leaves or lemon juice in two cups of hot water and mix in one teaspoon of honey. Let the mixture cool to room temperature before gargling. Honey should never be given to children less than 1 year old.
make your own salt water rinse to irrigate your nose. Salt-water rinsing helps break nasal congestion while also removing virus particles and bacteria from your nose. Here's a popular recipe:
Mix 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon baking soda in 8 ounces of warm water. Fill a bulb syringe with this mixture (or use a Neti pot, available at most health foods stores). Lean your head over a basin, and using the bulb syringe, gently squirt the salt water into your nose. Hold one nostril closed by applying light finger pressure while squirting the salt mixture into the other nostril. Let it drain. Repeat two to three times, and then treat the other nostril.

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