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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Top 5 Scary places in India..

1)    Bhangarh Fort – Ajabgarh, Alwar, Rajasthan

Bhangarh Fort being regarded as one of the most horror places in India has been officially promoted as a tourist destination. However, once the night falls and the darkness takes over, this place becomes deserted, leaving it prey to the supposed ‘supernatural’.

       2)     Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

Everyone who is unaware of its horror tales, Kurseong or Kharsang (the land of white orchids) may appear as a pleasant hill station. But things change here in the long winter lull of December to March. Mostly famous for schools and tourist spots one can’t avoid over hearing the mystery of Victoria Boys Hostel. Locals are dead sure that spirits dwell there as they have heard distinct footsteps. Although no foot-marks are ever found, this place has seen numerous mysterious murders.

      3)    Jatinga – Assam

Having a population of around 2500, this village is popular worldwide for its unexplained phenomenon of bird suicides. Most of the migratory birds visiting the area never leave the village, dropping dead for no rhyme or reason on the streets. The case gets even more inscrutable as these birds always plummet to their death between 06:00 p.m. to 09:30 p.m. on the moonless nights of September and October.

      4)    Sanjay Van (near Qutab Institutional Area) – New Delhi

Sanjay Van is a huge forest area spread over around 10 kms. People have reported having seen a lady dressed in a white saree appearing and disappearing suddenly around the cremation ground near that area. No wonder this area is regarded as Delhi’s most haunted place. Make sure that you are not alone here, especially after the dark.


     5)    Dumas Beach near Surat

Situated along the Arabian Sea in Gujarat, this beach is known for its black sand and mystical activities.
Many unexplainable and puzzling incidents have been known to occur like strange whispers being heard, people disappearing during night etc.
In fact, it is believed that a lot of people have lost their lives exploring this mysterious beauty.


Monday, 15 September 2014

Let's Respect Women



"A Women Brought You in this world therefor you have no right to disrespect One."
  
  "Making men understand that, in the end, women are the reason for they being men”

The rampant crimes against women like molestation, eve teasing and domestic violence call for immediate and effective intervention by the society to curb this demon. This situation is not isolated only to the towns. This can be seen in villages, mini towns or anywhere these days.
“We Live in a World Raised by Women. Let’s respect that”

We also associate with organizations, private or public, to provide this training for their women employees under welfare program. Any interested organization or company can call us any time to implement this program and make their women employees more stronger.

Friday, 12 September 2014

let's Laugh....





Laughter is a powerful antidote to stress, pain, and conflict. Nothing works faster or more dependably to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh.

*    Laughter relaxes the whole body. 
A good, hearty laugh relieves physical tension and stress, leaving your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after.

*    Laughing lowers blood pressure
People who lower their blood pressure, even those who start at normal levels, will reduce their risk of strokes and heart attacks. So grab the Sunday paper, flip to the funny pages and enjoy your laughter medicine.
*     Produces a general sense of well-being
Laughter can increase your overall sense of well-being. Doctors have found that people who have a positive outlook on life tend to fight diseases better than people who tend to be more negative. So smile, laugh and live longer!
*    Immune response.
Increased stress is associated with decreased immune system response, Some studies have shown that the ability to use humor may raise the level of infection-fighting antibodies in the body and boost the levels of immune cells, as well. 

*    Relaxation and sleep.
 The focus on the benefits of laughter, A painful spine condition, found that a diet of comedies, and you feel relax and calm in crowd.

*    Fun ab workout
One of the benefits of laughter is that it can help you tone your abs. When you are laughing, the muscles in your stomach expand and contract, similar to when you intentionally exercise your abs. Meanwhile, the muscles you are not using to laugh are getting an opportunity to relax. Add laughter to your ab routine and make getting a toned tummy more enjoyable.

* Improved social interaction. Laughter is contagious. If you laugh, people laugh   with you, even if they don’t always know what you’re laughing about.  It connects us to those around us, and can even be used to ease interpersonal tension – crack a joke during your next heated argument and see the tension melt away.






Thursday, 11 September 2014

How to boost-up you self Confidence in 1 Day..

  


Identify your talents.
Everyone is good at something, so discover the things at which you excel, and then focus on your talents. Give yourself permission to take pride in them. When you're following your passion, not only will it have a therapeutic effect, but you'll feel unique and accomplished, all of which can help build your self confidence.

Do something you have been putting off.
Like writing or calling a friend, cleaning the house, tidying the garden, fixing the car, organizing the bills, making a tasty and healthy meal - anything that involved you making a decision, then following through.

Stop thinking about yourself.
I know this sounds strange, but low self esteem is often accompanied by too much focus on the self. Doing something that absorbs you and holds your attention can quickly make you feel better.

Remember all the things you have achieved.
This can be difficult at first, but after a while, you'll develop a handy mental list of self-esteem boosting memories. And if you're thinking "But I've never achieved anything", I'm not talking about climbing Everest here.

Get sober. 
Get help through 12-step groups to stop self-destructive behaviors. Addictions block learning and drag down our mood. Identify them and replace them with self-care.

Explore Yourself.
“Know thyself” is an old saying passed down through the ages, to encourage us to engage in self-exploration. Also opening yourself up to new opportunities, new thoughts, trying out something new, new viewpoints, and new friendships.

Life becomes simpler and lighter.
When you like or love yourself more then things simply become easier..    You won’t drag yourself down or beat yourself up over simple mistakes or over not reaching a perfect and inhuman standard.
Remind yourself of the benefits. 
A simple but powerful way to motivate yourself and to keep that motivation up daily is to write down the deeply felt benefits you will get from following this new path or reaching a goal.When your list is done then save it and put it somewhere where you will see it every day. For instance in your workspace or on your fridge.



Wednesday, 10 September 2014

How to succeed in life within 10 days...



Build your skills.
 

Study hard in school and then spend the rest of your life dedicated to becoming better and better at whatever you do. Being good at what you do is the surest way to succeed and create circumstances in which you can better your life.Take extra classes and training once you’ve settled into a career to refresh your skills and learn the latest techniques and practices.


 Networking is a great way to move yourself up in  the world and get the things you want for your life. Make lots of friends. Meet people that are in well-placed positions in environments where you would like to work. Show everyone you meet how hard you work and how good you are with others. Show them the incredible skills you’ve built. Everyone will be itching to recommend you for opportunities they see crop up.


 A lot of the time, making poor money decisions is what holds us back in life. Avoid large debts, buy only what you need and no more, and avoid unreliable investments.  

Know your strong points.

These include reflection, consideration and patience. Use these to build up your self-confidence and to tide yourself through life's low points when you feel that you are swimming against the tide.Always trust in yourself and your abilities, for you are getting there and you will conquer the difficulties in ways that others can only dream of.

Make a list of your goals

Be sure to address both short-term and long-term goals; try to think beyond Financial career goals.Consider which subjects you enjoyed studying in school, and why. This can help give you an idea of what you may be best at or more interested in.

Manage your time.

 Putting off important tasks until the last minute can cause you unnecessary stress, and increases the likelihood of errors. Manage your time so that you have enough time to complete a task effectively.Make a list of all the things you need to do in a given day, and check off each task as you complete it. This will help you stay organized and motivated.

Don't compare your own life to other peoples' lives.

 If you want to feel accomplished and happy, you will have to stop comparing your life to other peoples' lives. Rather than comparing yourself with people who are "better off" than you, think about all of the people who are homeless, chronically ill, or living in poverty. This will help you appreciate what you have rather than feeling sorry for yourself.
Constantly educate yourself.
Just because you graduated college does not mean you stop learning. Your life experiences from now on will prove to be the best teachers. College has given you a good idea as to what to expect in the real world, but your experiences will forever ingrain new lessons into your mind.


Monday, 8 September 2014

Acceptance is best way to stress free...

"Acceptance doesn't mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and that there's got to be a way through it."





Ø There are two ways out of a problem: accept what’s happening, see the positive, and choose a peaceful state of mind or fight against it, be miserable, and struggle against the universe.

Ø Practicing acceptance prepares you to live in this changing world, where you never know what’s going to happen next. Acceptance is like protecting yourself with your own shield.

Ø Choose not to judge what happens to you. Instead believe that everything happens for a reason and that better things will always follow. That’s the beginning of true acceptance.

Ø One of the greatest sources of unhappiness is the difficulty we have in accepting things as they are.

Ø When you accept a negative emotion, it tends to lose its destructive power. This is surprising and counter intuitive to many people, but if you think about it for a while, you will see the logic of this approach. 

Ø You are changing.  The universe around you is changing.  Just because something was right for you in the past doesn’t mean it still is.  This could be a relationship, a job, a home, a habit, etc.

Ø The lifestyle you’ve been living no longer fits.  The specific people and routines you’ve known forever no longer align with your values.  So you cherish all the memories, but find yourself letting go and moving on.


Friday, 5 September 2014

Let's Fight Against terrorism.....

  • Do not take news bulletin lightly. Do not step out of the house if you come across news reports of terror attack.
  • Call your relatives and friends and ask them to stay back home.
  • Keep all helpline numbers such as numbers of hospitals, blood banks, police stations, etc. handy.
  • Keep your mobile phone charged and make sure that you will not run out of balance on such tricky situation.
  • Be alert. If you come across any suspicious person or belongings, immediately report to the authority.
  • Try to analyse the situation. Rumors spread easily in such situations. Try to know the facts from reliable sources.
  • While traveling, instead of looking outside the window keep your eye under the seats for any suspicious stuff.
  • Look for a place to hide in case of a sudden gunfire or bombarding.

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Only Trust Yourself...





 Ø  Keep promises to yourself:

Developing self-trust also includes becoming your own best friend,keeping promises to yourself. “Making a commitment and keeping it builds trust.”
For instance, you might make the commitment to create and sustain a boundary.  

 Ø  Ground yourself:
If you find yourself being pulled into negative thoughts stemming from past experiences or comments from others, staying present is key to being able to Focus on the Positive.Sometimes it’s as simple as getting outside in nature.

 Ø Avoid people who undermine your self-trust:

The people who undermine your self-trust are the ones who use you or don’t want you to succeed, Wall said. They’re the “dream smashers and naysayers.”
While you probably didn’t have control over having negative people in your life when you were a child, you do have control today. Think about the individuals who surround you. Do they support you? Do you really want them in your life?
 Ø Balance the negative.
If you find that voices of the critical gremlins (both inner and outer) are way too loud, drown them out (or at least balance them) with your own chants of self-praise.
This can be hard when you’re in a real funk and find it difficult to access encouraging words for yourself. To counter these voices you may find it helpful to write down 5 to 10 positive things about yourself in a handy mini notepad.
 Ø Nurture yourself.
It’s easy to get lost in the sea of self-doubt when we forget to take care of or own needs. Make sure you have enough play time (away from work to balance the work and play). Be sure to stay hydrated with plenty of water throughout the day (not all at once), get enough sleep, and eat healthily.

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

How to face Difficulties in Life with Smile...


"Every One faces Challenges in Life. Its Matter of how you learn to overcome them and use them to your advantage.."

 Ø Accept that there is a problem. Acceptance will elevate you to a better understanding about the problem. Once you accept it's reality, you will open up to a lot of possibilities on how to deal with it. Accepting the facts that trials, troubles and difficulties spare no man and it is as inevitable as the sunrise.

 Ø Face the problem and work on the solution. The wise and mature individual can turn a problem into a growth-giving experience. If you have learned how to accept the reality of trouble in your life, if you have learned how to deal with it effectively, then you can be relatively happy.

 Ø The secret of a happy life lies in accepting and knowing. We must understand that since problem cannot be avoided, knowledge and skills for dealing with them is not enough. We must possess a healthy dose of courage to rise up and stand the ground and have faith in the Greater Power that creates us, cares about us and watches over our destinies.

Ø Get comfortable with fear. Invite fear into your life. When you fear something, move toward it.  Feel it, and breathe through it.

 Ø Do the things that frighten you. Action builds courage. Tell yourself, “This fear will pass.” Your world expands as your courage expands.
 Ø Ask your family and friends for encouragement.My family can see your strength when you forget you have it. Family Members are generous with praise and encouragement.  
 Ø Move On  "Don't find fault, find a remedy. Focus on what to do next. Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer. Don't just panic as `worry is like a rocking chair - it gives you something to do but won't get you anywhere." Learn to think `how' rather than waste time with futile "ifs".

Life is full of difficulties and obstacles, from birth to death. At times, Life seems like a hurdle race. We are sure of encountering hurdles, but almost always we are taken by surprise. It is necessary to accept that life in general is full of difficulties and adversities. 


Tuesday, 2 September 2014

True Fact About TAJ MAHAL.....




  • ·        False structures and scaffolding were constructed around the Taj Mahal over the years to confuse German, Japanese, and Pakistani bomber pilots.
  • ·        A Taj-inspired luxury hotel and shopping complex is under construction in Dubai. The Taj Arabia, as the replica is called, will be four times the size of the original and will cost an estimated US $1 billion.
  • ·        Around 20,000 people worked day and night for twenty two years to complete construction of the Taj Mahal.
  • ·        According to legend it is believed that Emperor Shah Jahan had planned to construct another Taj Mahal in black marble on the other side of the river but the war with his sons interrupted his plans.
  • ·        The Taj Mahal takes on different colouring at different times of the day, from a pinkish hue in the morning, milky white in the evening and golden at night when lit by the moon. They say the changing colour resembles the changing mood of females - in particular the Emperor's queen.
  • ·        Different types of marbles used in construction of Taj Mahal were brought over from many different regions & countries: Rajasthan, Punjab, China, Tibet, Afghanistan, Srilanka, & Arabia.
  • ·        Emperor Shah Jahan ordered that every worker's hands be chopped off immediately after construction, so that no one could ever recreate the Taj Mahal.
  • ·        Construction of Taj Mahal started in year 1631 and it took 22 years to build this historical monument
  • ·        In recent times different studies suggest that Taj Mahal is sinking in Yamuna River. 

Monday, 1 September 2014

How to reduce stress on Monday Morning..



     Monday morning is a highly stressful day for many people. It is the time when people return to work or school after the weekend. If the weekend was long, such as a three day weekend because of a holiday, it can be more stressful than the average end to the weekend.  If returning to work occurs after a vacation, the level of stress can be the most stressful of all. If either work or school is unpleasant or, worse, hated, getting up to go to start the day can be extremely difficult. Even those people who like their job or school can find starting the week a jarring experience. If you fall into the category of people who experiences this stress and depression on Monday morning you are not alone

 What are some of the things people can do to reduce stress on Monday morning?

  ØWhat I found helpful everyday of the week was to go to work early, get a cup of coffee and the newspaper and go to the office so I could read peacefully while adjusting to being in the work environment. If you don't have an office, going to the local diner or the employee cafe can provide also provide the opportunity to quietly adjust to work. It's like going into the pool gradually rather than diving in and being shocked by the cold water.
 Ø Don’t take things personally. So your boss rejected your proposal…for the fifth time. You have a few options: you can become defensive and declare war on this tyrant parading around as your manager, or you can take a deep breath and remember your boss is simply doing his/her job to bring out the best in you. In this case, perspective largely determines whether this will be a positive or negative experience. It’s not all about you, and sometimes that’s a good thing.
 ØOnce work starts and if you are able, focus on the easy tasks first while gradually working up to those that are more difficult and challenging.
 ØGive yourself something to look forward to for that day (and for every day).            Scheduling a lunch with colleagues is one idea or going for a walk during lunch or any other pleasant activity.
 Ø Avoid office drama. Although you can’t control what the people around you say or do, you have complete control over whether you partake in the antics. Shut your office door, plug in your ear buds, or pretend you’re so focused on work that you don’t even hear what’s being said. Whatever method you choose, do yourself a favor and steer clear of office drama; it’ll spare you unnecessary disputes and the accompanying anxiety
  ØSchedule fun things to do with the family after work so that there is always something to look forward to.