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Swachh Bharat- Imaginary PM letter

2:46 PM
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Dear People,

Swachh Bharat aims to accomplish the vision of 'Clean India' by 2 October 2019. I want the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country to be clean.It is India's biggest ever cleanliness drive and 3 million government employees and schools and colleges students of India participated in this event. I am really glad about the way every person has taken this campaign seriously and the phase with which it is moving.

But my social sources have reported to me that, there is an issue with the initiative. People in the spirit to clean their locality and keep it neat are dumping the waste collected from their area in the nearby locality. Hence the overall cleanliness ratio of the area still remains the same. Dumping the waste collected in open area or a barren land is not correct.

When a person sees a waste bag in a open land, instead of picking it up and disposing it in the proper place, uses that as a dumping ground for all the waste of the locality.Later when the area starts smelling of rotten vegetables and serves as breeding ground for mosquitoes, do they realise the major issue of waste managent and raise their concers to the government. 

It has to be kept in mind that , to make the campaign a really effective one, Along with Cleaning the area , disposing the waste in the proper way should also be kept in mind to accomplish the vision of 'Clean India'.

                                                         Bharat Mata ki Jai

M-Mahendravarman

1:32 PM
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Mahendravarman I (reigned c. 600–630) contributed to the greatness of the Pallava dynasty. Some of the most ornate monuments at Mamallapuram, especially those dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, were constructed under his rule (though born a Jain, Mahendravarman converted to Shaivism). He was a great patron of art and architecture and is known for introducing a new style to Dravidian.


 He bore many titles like Chatrumalla, Gunabhara, Vichitrachitta, Mattavilasa, Avanibhajana, Sankirnajati, each one having a specific relation to one of his qualities or aptitudes. He bore even the uncomplimentary title of Kalahapriya

As a Śaivite convert, he did much to support the resurgence of Hinduism in south India after a long period of the religion’s being eclipsed by the popularity of Jainism and Buddhism. In his inscriptions, the king refers to himself as Cettakāri (temple builder), and in that respect, he was a pioneer in the creation of stone architecture in south India. Another of his names, Chittrakārapulli (tiger among painters), attests to his ability as an artist. Mahendravarman I was known as a great patron of all the arts; he was known also as a famous musician who wrote a treatise on music.

Mahendravarman I was interested not only in the building of the temples but also in secular engineering structures. He built many towns called Mahendramangalam or Mahendravadi and he dug a tank at Mamandur called Chitramegha Tatakam. It was clearly in his period that the tempo of the Bhakti movement in the Tamil country increased


genealogy 


Brahma

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Angiras
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Brihaspati
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Samyu
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Bharadvaja
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Drona
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Asvathaman
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Pallava
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Asoka
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Kalabhartri
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Chutapallava
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Virakurcha  (215 CE)
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Skandavarman I  (240 CE)
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Kumarvishnu I  (240 CE)
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Buddhavarman I (265 CE)
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Skandavarman II (290 CE)
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Kumarvishnu II (315 CE)
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Vishnugopa I (340 CE)
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Skandavarman III (365 CE)
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Viravarman (390 CE)
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Skandavarman IV  (403 CE)
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Yuva-maharaja Vishnugopa (never reigned as a king)
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Simhavarman I  (436-477 CE)
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Skandavarman V  (477 CE)             Vishnugopa II
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Nandivarman I (502 CE)
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Simhavarman II  (527 CE)
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Simhavishnu  (550-580 CE)                                          Bhimavarman
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Mahendravarman I (580-629 CE)                              Buddhavarman
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Narasimhavarman I (629-668 CE)                           Adityavarman
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Mahendravarman II  (668-670 CE)                            Govindavarman
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Parameshvaravarman I (670-690 CE)                    Hiranyavarman
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Mahendravarman III  (720-728 CE)                                       |
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Parameshvaravarman II  (728-731 CE)                                 |
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Dantivarman  (796-847 CE)
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Nandivarman III (847-863 CE)
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Nrpatungavarman (815) (863-904 CE)   Kampavarman (863-895 CE)
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Aparajitavarman  (890-908 CE)


Narasimhavarman II (690-728 CE)                                       |
Nandivarman II  (731-796 CE)


References:
http://www.enotes.com/topics/mahendravarman
Britanica encyclopedia
http://www.preservearticles.com/2011092013645/short-biography-of-mahendravarman-i.html
http://puratattva.in/2011/07/20/the-pallavas-part-3-493.html

STALKING syndrome

9:52 PM
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     Everyone likes the attention being given to them and their work being appreciated and noticed. But when that attention becomes unwanted or obsessive by an individual or group toward another person, it becomes Stalking.

Cyber stalking has become very common these days. Many social networking sites like Facebook and twitter has made this much easier. And worst nightmare for the cyber stalker is when the “add friend” or the “like” button is accidentally pressed. One best thing that the good old “ORKUT” had was the names of those who visited the profiles.



Stalking or the intense research of an individual becomes creepy when you see someone showing up in your home, send unwanted text messages, and wait at places you hang out or just follow you in bike.

One thing that the stalkers wiz at is STARING. One can feel them scan you and look through you which definitely gives an uneasy feel. The speciality of these people is they just don’t stare from one angle, they keep gazing, gawking, gaping from all the angles.




When a girl rides a bike or drives a car, is it so amusing that few gawkers,even after overtaking the bike/car literally turn 180 degree and stares at you?

Even better, some people just over take you, go some 10 feet forward and just stop, till you arrive at the place and again start chasing!

I so wish there was some key like in road rash , where we could just punch or push those who keep disturbing your ride.

In 2013, Indian Parliament made amendments to the Indian Penal Code, introducing stalking as an criminal offence. Stalking has been defined as a man following or contacting a woman, despite clear indication of disinterest by the woman, or monitoring her use of the Internet or electronic communication. A man committing the offence of stalking would be liable for imprisonment up to three years for the first offence, and shall also be liable to fine and for any subsequent conviction would be liable for imprisonment up to five years and with fine.- Wiki



If someone is being stalked it becomes traumatic. If in danger it is always better to report to the police. Remember to save important evidences like messages, emails (if it is cyber stalk) or note down time , place and date . Always let the family and friends know about this and stay safe.


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