Well while back home from college,i came across this beautiful shade of nature.i instantly stopped my car aside,parked it and shot this pic.look at it..!!
Well its not mere a pic,its a pic which describes "astitva".How??well i will explain..!!if you look at the pic,you will see 3 colours,pale blue,mild white and dark blue..this 3 colours gives an idea of life motto and the reflection into water shows,whatever we do,it reflects our nature..and nature exisits when life exists..and thats why this pic,shows astitva...
Friday, July 27, 2007
Yesterday I after having a cup of coffee at Aunty maria(a famous coffee place)I headed back to home but while riding caught in rain.Well fortunetly caught exactly at vishal mart.so till rain stopped,I thought of entering into vishal mart and exploring new things....the best part was i dint find anything new except this fun part outside the vishal mart...I need not explain it..its clear and self explanatory....he he
well its right term at wrong place....he he...
well its right term at wrong place....he he...
Friday, July 20, 2007
It had been a sunrise time for me....i have placed in one of the finest software based company,having a branch in pune,BMC SOFTWARES.
Well i recently attended a seminar in Pune and soon i had to reach to Goa engineering college,for the placement.I got late as i could not attend the PPT and i was bit sad,as all companies prefer engineers to be at the PPT spot.
but finally i was totally delighted when i heard my name called out "prajyot mainkar"..well its was really a treat yesterday...i felt i have finally made it into one of the top software company in india.
Sunday, July 15, 2007
Cricket since 95's has become a record breaking arena.Records once set have a regular trends to overulling by others.
Sachin tendulkar leads in batting,on other hand,spin ace murli is set back to its new record of 700,and now heading towards shanes record.
The off-spinner claimed six wickets in each innings as the tourist, trailing by 369 runs, was shot out for 176 just before tea on the fourth day of the third and final Test here.
Sri Lanka won all the three Tests by innings margins to record its 10th successive victory over Bangladesh in as many matches.
Muralitharan signalled the win by having last man Syed Rasel caught in the deep for his 700th wicket, leaving him nine scalps away from surpassing the retired Australian Warne’s World record tally of 708.
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
During the recent survey in indian health control board,the board acclaimed that there has been a tremendous increase in premature sex in india.Indian health control board has taken many forward steps to ensure that people donot undergo premature sex.
The steps involved,various open sex talks during meetings of health issues,sex awareness capaigns,which actually play important roles,but it seems to have nope effect on people of india.
BBC's relationship group expressed their thoughts and innovated some ideas so as to make people understand in best possible mannar.
Sexual addiction is hard for many people to take seriously, but for sufferers and their partners it can be devastating.
What is sexual addiction?
Experts define sexual addiction as any sexual activity that feels out of control. A sex addict feels compelled to seek out and engage in sexual behaviour, in spite of the problems it may cause in their personal, social and work lives.
Sexual addition can take many forms, but it's generally characterised by behaviour that feels out of control. This behaviour might include:
-excessive use of pornography
-telephone or internet sex
-anonymous sexual encounters
Sex can become addictive in a similar way to alcohol and illegal drugs. During sex, our bodies release a powerful cocktail of chemicals that make us feel good. Some people get addicted to these chemicals and become obsessed with getting their next fix - their next sexual high. As with other addictions, the body also gets used to these chemicals, so the sufferer needs increasing amounts of sex to achieve the same buzz.
Between the highs of sexual and chemical fulfilment are the lows. These are often characterised by feelings of shame, regret, remorse and anxiety. Sex addicts can feel alone, isolated and powerless to change their behaviour. And so the cycle begins again, as they seek out sex as a way to escape these difficult feelings.
How common is it?
According to conservative estimates, between three and six per cent of the population experience sexual addiction, but it's likely that the real figure is much higher. As the addiction can be accompanied by feelings of shame and embarrassment, sex addicts often find it difficult to seek help.
There's no profile of a typical sex addict. Sufferers come from every walk of life and approximately 20 per cent are female. Women can have particular problems being taken seriously when they look for help for compulsive sexual behaviour.
Since the launch of the internet, with it's vast range of sexual services available cheaply and anonymously, professionals have seen a massive increase in sexual addiction. And with limited services available for sufferers, it looks as though the problem will continue to rise.
What are the signs?
Dr Patrick Carnes, a leading expert in sexual addiction, suggests there are ten possible warning signs:
-Feeling that your behaviour is out of control
-Being aware that there may be severe consequences if you continue
-Feeling unable to stop your behaviour, despite knowing the consequences
-Persistently pursuing destructive and/or high-risk activities
-Wanting to stop or control what you're doing and taking active steps to limit your activities
-Using sexual fantasies as a way of coping with difficult feelings or situations
-Needing more and more sexual activity in order to experience the same high
-Experiencing intense mood swings around sexual activity
-Spending an increasing amount of time planning, engaging in or regretting and recovering from sexual activities
-Neglecting important social, occupational or recreational activities in favour of sexual behaviour
Its time for all youngters to save this world and make sure that we all hold up to our expections and each steps of ours makes us feel proud,which integrally means for the nation.
Sunday, July 8, 2007
Great news for indians that,taj mahal has zoomed backed again into the new seven wonder list,which was announced on 07-07-07 in lisbon,portugal.
I like to thank all indians who contributed for making taj amoung the 7 classic wonders,and to be choosen from the bestest of all times.
Last night was desperatly waiting for updates of this contest,and finally was happy as Taj was one of them.
I feel Taj was important to be one amoung the best wonders because taj is souce of tourism in india.I dont mean that,other places are not tourist places,but viewing wonder rated place is always higher for outcomers.
I am sure this would have boosted our tourism and hopefully i expect indian tourism to look towards maintainance of this wonder in india.
Other named wonders were...!!
Chichén Itzá, Mexico
Christ Redeemer, Brazil
The Great Wall, China
Machu Picchu, Peru
The Roman Colloseum, Italy
Thursday, July 5, 2007
History repeats,as one six yr kid was stuck into borewell near nimadavillage in Jaipur.
Suraj was playing when he fell into a narrow eight-inch wide iron pipe in the 180 feet borewell. The army, which is assisting in the rescue operations, does not believe the operation will be completed anytime soon.
According to the rescue team the boy is stuck at around 90-100 feet in the iron pipe in a crouching position.
It is a precarious operation and the army is taking steps to ensure that the sand does not cave in.
And to make matters worse a crane that was being used in the rescue has toppled over crushing one of the men who was assisting in the rescue.
Close circuit TVs are being used to monitor the child's movements. The boy is being supplied oxygen.
In a rescue operation reminiscent of Prince, who fell into a pit a year ago, the army has dug a parallel pit to reach the boy.
The depth of the pit being dug by the army is around 50 foot so far.
We hope that indian rescue team shows up the efforts once again.
What i would like to ask u guys is...DOES INDIA NEED TO HAVE A SEPERATE RESCUE TEAM SQUARD FOR SUCH INCIDENCES?
Sunday, July 1, 2007
At aroung 12pm also..i set to watch tv..suddenly zee news flashed "breaking news"....well it said that Amarnath shivling had melted,as reported to them by thier correspondents.
This was confirmed by officials who visited the shrine along with with Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Sunday morning.
The shivling forms each year on its own from ice. The main reason for its melting is said to be too many pilgrims inside the cave.
Over one lakh people visited the shrine before the yatra had been officially flagged off, many of them carrying cooking gas.
However, the Amarnath Shrine Board CEO Arun Kumar has said that the Ganesh and Parvati lingams on either side of the shivling are still there.
Ironically, this news has come in on the day that the pilgrimage began. Nearly 13000 pilgrims are taking part in the annual pilgrimage this year.