Thursday, December 08, 2016

All these food items look Yummy , Right?

They almost are a part of our daily food habits. But, are they really good for our health?Do we really think so much about this?As we  know the basic ingredient used in this is Bleached Flour i.e. Maida.Eating too much Maida (Bleachedflour) in diet can be harmful.

How it affects our health? How much nutritional value does it have?How is it made?

Let us read this article to Know all about it

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Women is the strength of her house, she is the strength of her family, she is the strength of her society and now the strength of her country too.

In every field she is on the forefront may it be her household duties or her duties for her country.

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) may soon become the only force in the country in which women personnel account for half its strength at the border.

At present, there are 1,661 women in the 90,000-strong force. The force is training a special contingent of 500 ‘mahila’ constables who will take position at the border by early next year.

We are proud of you , the country is proud of you.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Bravo soldiers, you'll always remain in our Hearts for your sacrifice for , waiting for Indian Army's action.

Monday, September 12, 2016

All the best heroes are just ordinary people, who make themselves extraordinary with their deeds. One such super-woman Veena Sharma, 42-year-old resident of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,who saved an army man’s life, is an example of just that.

Quick thinking by this resident of Kotkhai area of Shimla saved the life of an injured Army jawan who had lost his footing while trying to escape a pack of dogs, and plunged into a 50-ft deep roadside ditch.

This happened on August 20, when a group of Army men from Jutogh Cantt, were out on a routine morning run, and encountered the canines at Banuti area, around 12 km from Shimla. Panicked by the sight of the ferocious pack, one of the soldiers, Mukesh Kumar, fell into a pit while fleeing from them. His head hit a stone rendering him unconscious. Aghast on seeing him lying prone and motionless, his colleagues began calling out for help.

It was then that Veena Sharma,approached Mukesh at the spur of the moment and saved his life. She performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (CPCR) and did everything that she could to save his life.
Veena Sharma who defied all the odds in this situation. She didn’t waste a single second and ran towards Mukesh the moment she saw him, while other Jawans stood still, assuming Mukesh was dead.

The good Samaritan, rushed there on hearing their cries for help.Even as the soldiers' mates stood by helplessly thinking him to be dead, she lost no time in trying to revive him."Putting the unconscious soldier's head on my lap, I tried to revive him, pumping his chest until he stirred and groaned in pain. That was when we realised that he was still alive," Veena said.

The immediate problem she said was how to transport him to hospital as hardly any vehicle plied on the Banuti link road. "Finding no other way to shift the injured man, I called my 72-year-old father Ramesh Sharma, who rarely drives these days, to bring the car. Since none of the soldiers knew how to drive, it was left to my father to transport the injured soldier to Jutogh military hospital," she added. He was then referred to Indira Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Shimla, where timely specialised treatment saved his life. Kumar, a general duty soldier, belongs to Fatehpur area of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh.

When the other soldiers informed their seniors about this, the Army officials came to Veena's house on August 26 to thank her and handed over a memento and appreciation letter signed by Assam Rifles commanding officer. The CO of Ist Battalion of Assam Regiment Col Deepak Kataria said in his letter: "Because of your exceptional act, the individual was able to receive immediate medical attention through specialised doctors which saved his life."

Speaking to TOI, Kumar said, "I cannot thank this brave woman enough for saving my life. I have been sent home on leave to Fatehpur to rest but I want to meet her as soon as possible."

We learn this CPCR method in our Disaster Management Course. Disaster Management training will really help us at times.

Salute to Veena Sharma!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Dipa Karmakar is a 23 years old artistic gymnast residing in Agartala from Tripura who represented India at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She started practicing gymnastics when she was 6 years old and has been coached by Bisweshwar Nandi since. When she began gymnastics, Karmakar had flat feet, an undesirable physical trait in a gymnast because it affects their performance. Through extensive training, she was able to develop an arch in her foot.

On 10 August 2016 at the 2016 Olympic Test Event, Karmakar became the first female gymnast from India to qualify for the final vault event at the Olympics, with a score of 14.833. She narrowly missed out in the bronze medal, finishing 4th in the finals of the event with a score of 15.066 on 14 August 2016 at Gymnastics Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where Simone Biles won Gold.

She first gained attention when she won a bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. She is the first Indian female gymnast ever to compete in the Olympics, and the first Indian gymnast to do so in 52 years. Karmakar is only the fifth woman in gymnastics history to land the Produnova vault.

Dipa you may have lost medal but, you are a winner in hearts, minds of millions of Indians to whom you  have encouraged to take up gymnastics as a sports. Thank You!! We are really proud of your extreme efforts! Many more shall walk your path in the future. The Podium is missed you but you have won innumerable hearts!! All the best for your future!!!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Swati Mahadik is a wife of Late Col. Santosh Yashwant Mahadik. She has  set an example of true bravery. The move taken by her shows her love towards her husband, devotion to her country and true valour!

The death of Col. Santosh Yashwant Mahadik while battling militants in the forests of Kupwara in Kashmir in November last instilled in his 32-year-old widow a single-minded determination to take forward his work by joining the Army.
Swati Mahadik is set to don the olive green uniform after clearing the gruelling Service Selection Board (SSB) examination. She will undergo further training at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai.
Moral courage
To realise her aim stated so plainly with such a powerful directness at her husband’s funeral, Ms. Mahadik displayed the rare quality of moral courage to sublimate her personal pain for an ideal her husband had passionately fought.
Instead of adopting a revanchist attitude towards militants, Ms. Mahadik, like her husband, entertains a noble and challenging vision to integrate militants into the mainstream.
“Militants are provoked and misguided. They are humans like us. I want to educate them and do something for them as my husband did,” she had said in the days after his funeral.
“A month after the death of my brother, she shifted to Pune and started gearing up to crack the SSB examination. We supported her and took care of the children. Her daughter Kartiki is in Std. VI and she has been sent to a boarding school at Dehradun and son Swarajya is studying in a boarding school at Panchgani,” said Col. Mahadik’s brother, Jaivant Ghorpade, a milkman.
‘Tremendous dedication’
Ms. Mahadik, a graduate from the University of Pune, began the intense training with tremendous dedication. “On May 25, she was called for an interview, and she has cleared all five rounds. We are proud of her,” Mr. Ghorpade said.

Saturday, June 04, 2016

Neerja Sethi and Jayshree Ullal  two India-born women have featured on the Forbes' annual list of America's 60 wealthiest and most successful self-made (someone who acquires their wealth/success on their own and do not inherit or win it ) women entrepreneurs who have "crashed ceilings through invention and innovation".
Neerja Sethi , who co-founded IT consulting and outsourcing firm Syntel with her husband Bharat Desai, is ranked 16th on 'America's Richest Self-made Women' list
Jayshree Ullal (55) , president and CEO of Arista Networks  is ranked 30th.
The 60 women, who are worth a combined $53 billion, have created some of the nation's best known brands such as Gap and Spanx, while a number of them have also helped build some of the most successful companies in tech, including Facebook, eBay and Google.
Neerja  Sethi (61) has a net worth of $1.1 billion. Her company employs more than 25,000 people and boasts a recent market cap of $3.6 billion.She is currently the vice-president of corporate affairs, a role she has had since the company’s inception. She also sits on the board of directors alongside her husband, who remains the chairman.
Born in London, raised in New Delhi, Ullal has a net worth of $470 million. She became president and CEO of Arista Networks in 2008, when it had no revenues and fewer than 50 employees. The company reported $838 million in revenue in 2015, after going public in June 2014.
Arista co-founder David Cheriton, “She took slightly more than an engineering team doing some good technology, and turned it into the thriving network switch company it is today.”

We are proud of you both – Indian Origin selfmade women tycoons

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

'Old is Gold' June te Sone Yojana is working throughout the year. All shraddhavans give their clothes which are washed and in good condition to the nearest Upasana Center. Survey is done in different villages and as per the requirement clothes are distributed among the needy people.Recently, this activity is carried out in Dhule by Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation.We can see sparkle in the eyes of a child after receiving the clothes.


Ambadnya to Param Pujya Bapu Aai Dada. Jai Jagdamb Jai Durge.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Every second you shower your love and blessings on us.

Mothi aai bless us always

We love you

Thursday, May 26, 2016


Nhau tuziya preme....

Wonderful, Precious, Priceless, Most valued, prized and lovely moments, that took us all the shraddhavans to an altogether different and special world of our beloved dad,
i love you my dad... for ever and ever.
Keep us at your lotus feet always.

click the link below to be a part of this memorable event

Monday, May 23, 2016

Dr Tessy Thomas,  is an expert on all solid propellants systems, has a B. Tech from Thrissur Engineering College, Calicut. She started her career in the DRDO under Dr APJ Abdul Kalam’s leadership and guidance.She also has an M.Tech in Guided Missile from the Institute of Armament Technology, Pune (now known as the Defence Institute of Advanced Technology).

She was born in 1964 to a a small-businessman father and a homemaker mother at Alappuzha in Kerala. . She grew up near a rocket launching station and says her fascination with rockets and missiles began then. She was named after Mother Teresa, the late Nobel laureate who worked with the poor in Calcutta.
Her husband is  Saroj Kumar, now a commodore in the Indian Navy and they have a son, Tejas. an engineering student who shares his name with India’s indigenously developed light combat aircraft, also made by the DRDO.

In a glowing tribute in 2008, The Indian Woman Scientists Association did not forget to mention that “like most women she also does a tight-rope walk between home and career, between being a mother and a scientist who is dedicated to her job. “We feel Tessy Thomas serves as a role model and an inspiration for women scientists to achieve their dreams and have their feet planted in both worlds successfully,” the group said.

Tessy was associate project director of the 3,000 km range Agni-III missile project. She was the project director for Agni IV which was successfully tested in 2011.  Tessy was appointed as the Project Director for 5,000 km range Agni-V in 2009 and is based at the Advanced Systems Laboratory in Hyderabad.  The missile was successfully tested on 19 April 2012. 

In January 2012, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told the Indian Science Congress that Ms Thomas is an example of a “woman making her mark in a traditionally male bastion and decisively breaking the glass ceiling“.

In 2011, three women scientists won the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar award, India’s top science prize, compared to 11 from 1958-2010 and one was for Ms Thomas. . “We are all proud of our country. Agni-V is one of our greatest achievements,” she says.

Swadeshi shuttle, mission accomplished

The Indian space research organisation (ISRO) on Monday successfully tested India's first indigenously  made Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), which is capable lauching satellites into space and then re-enter the Earth's atmosphere.

Launched from Shriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 7 a.m, the winged flight vehicle glided back onto a virtual run way in the Bay of Bengal after a 10 min mission.

After the test flight was declared successful, Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated scientists at ISRO and tweeted: “Launch of India's first indigenous space shuttle RLV-TD is the result of the industrious efforts of our scientists. Congrats to them.”

God Bless the scientists for their vigorous efforts  and best wishes for the future plans.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

In summer many of us face the problem of unusual fatigue , aches and pains. This can be due to insufficient water intake. We sweat a lot during this season. To know more please visit

PU student digs a 55-ft-deep well in his backyard to 
provide water for his family.

While Dashrath Manjhi in Bihar carved out a 360 foot road along a hillock in memory of his wife, Phalguni Devi, this 17-year-old boy from Settisara village in Sagar taluk has dug a 55-ft-deep open well on his own to reduce the hardship of his mother, who had to make repeated trips to the public well to get water for the family every night after returning home from work.

In the Malnad region, every household with a decent income will have an open well in its backyard.

However, due to poverty, Pavan Kumar’s family could not have such an open well.

His father, Vinayak Hegde, works as a cook and his mother, Nethravathi, works at a printing unit in Sagar.

Pavan’s mother, after returning from work late in the evening, used to make several trips to the local well, about half a kilometre away, to fetch water for the family.

Pavan Kumar, a PU student, said: “I decided to find a permanent solution for the problem by digging a well at the backyard of my house.”
Following advice from Kannappa, a local hydrology expert, Pavan identified the right location for the well and began digging on February 26. As his family could not afford to hire labourers, he worked single-handedly. He took a break of 10 days in March for writing the first PU exam.

After completing the exam, he resumed work and finished digging the well on April 20, working nearly 45 days on the project. “It was really hard to dig the rocky ground under the scorching sun. Finally, at the depth of 53 ft, when water oozed out, I was filled with a sense of fulfilment. After digging two more feet, I completed the work. I am happy that my mother now has respite from having to rush to the public well after coming home from work,” said Pavan.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Lady Shraddhawans from total 39 Upasana Kendras from Ratnagiri were involved in the Anubhavsankirtan and Bhaktiseva guidance programme.
It involved following activities:
  • Importance of  Women in our Sanstha,  
  • Guideline about Anubhavsankirtan through Pujya Sameerdada's CD,  
  • Video Conference with Pujya Samirdada,
  • Anubhavsankirtan followed by Group Discussions on the said topics.
 The motive of this program was to encourage ladies for Anubhavsankirtan.


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