Friends of life…

The only charecters which could ever last from our first small smile to cry  is our parents.

Mother is the only world where she teach all the diciplines,little tricks in many situations even she grow with us like another child but as an responsible child.

Mother is the only life where she serve us the whole things to us from their breathing air to the last wish  .

The only thing we should take from our mother;s life is her love …like…wish….

Mother holds her child’s hand for a while……ie upto her death.

The only love that i belive is the parental love for their children.

The day when we hold our parent’s hand with our cute little fingers will not be remembered ,but after many things happened we desire/ even long to hold their hands for their support to withstand many things.

Holding their hands make us feel secured even many changes come…..

Every day holds her contribution from our first wakeup to our night dreamz….like..she wake us like a little guy as she feel we are too small to her even our ages grow,She grow like us as we grow …

Dad is the part of the life,he give us our confidential works to meet challengable part of our lives…

I hold his hand as my friend giving support at every moment to chher me in every second of my life.

He give us the his all his attention of making  us to climb in the mountain of full obstacles .I am happy  that I have you both by my side to take care of me, to protect me.

Love u Mom and sweet Dad.


Puzzle time………….how to Exersice your brain


  • Our brain is 2% of our total body weight but uses 20% of your body’s energy.
  • The energy used by the brain is enough to light a 25 watt bulb.
  • More electrical impulses are generated in one day by a single human brain than by all the telephones in the world.
  • How much does human brain think? 70,000 is the number of thoughts that it is estimated the human brain produces on an average day.
  • After age 30, the brain shrinks a quarter of a percent (0.25%) in mass each year.
  • Albert Einsteins brain weighed 1,230 grams (2.71 lbs), significantly less then the human average of 1,300g to 1,400g (3 lbs).
  • Each year Americans consume 50 billion aspirin tablets or 15.5 million tons.
  • 89.06 is the percentage of people who report normally writing with their right hand, 10.6% with their left and 0.34% with either hand.


  1. Take classes to learn something you’ve always wanted to understand. Learn to play bridge, study Spanish or take a Photoshop seminar. It’s up to you! Try something new and crazy, just to say you’ve done it!
  2. Do games and puzzles such as crossword puzzles, sudoko and scrabble.
  3. Read often, with a lot of different types of books. Take a magazine and dedicate specific time to it. Read the newspaper. Set your computer homepage to bring up news items of particular interest to you. Read them each time you open the computer.
  4. Remember and repeat groups of words. Memorize your grocery list or friends’ phone numbers.
  5. Play computer brain games.
  6. Test and monitor your memory and attention with special computer games.
  7. Write or read articles as possible as you can.
  8. Meditate often. Take calm, deep breaths out your nose only. Your brain (and entire body) needs lots of fresh air, so breathe deeply.
  9. Eat foods containing omega fatty acids (known to boost intellectual stamina) such as flax and hemp seeds, and fish.
  10. Perform math functions regularly.
  11. Learn new words from a word-a-day calendar or dictionary.
  12. Use your left hand if you are right handed, and reverse, to exercise the opposite side of the brain.
  13. Mess around with a twisty puzzle.
  14. Learn to read and play music (classical music is known to have the best effects.)
  15. Use the Mozart Effect – classical music increases brain activity more positively than other kinds of music. Two pieces of Mozart’s music; Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major (K. 448) and Piano Concerto No. 23 (K. 488), were found to have this effect.
  16. Draw or paint.
  17. Consider the different possibilities of how something could have gone, and explore these consequences. This improves creativity.
  18. When trying to learn something or review for a quiz, listen to your favorite song on repeat. This is an association technique where your brain connects what you learned to what you heard. Plus, after a half hour of one song on repeat, you should know the lyrics!
  19. Try commuting with varied routes, to prevent the brain from becoming monotonous.
  20. Avoid watching TV for hours; solve puzzles while watching TV to increase multitasking.
  21. Learn to play new games to increase mind and body coordination.
  22. Never avoid breakfast, it’s essential for your brain to function efficiently.
  23. Imagine the fourth dimension of an object. (We can see three sides at a time, 3 dimensions, so imagine seeing four sides of an object such as a cube.)
  24. Take a fresh morning walk for about 3 hours. It makes your mind fresh and helps in protecting from diseases

lets start to training your brain…

1.I’m full of holes, yet I’m full of water. What am I?

2.What question can you never honestly answer yes to?

3.Remove six letters from this sequence to reveal a familiar English word. BSAINXLEATNTEARS

4.Two words is my answer. In order to keep me, you have to give me. What am I?

5.I go in dry and come out wet, The longer I’m in, the stronger I get. What am I?

Answers could be given…..

Seasons of India ! ! !


Indian is large country. It extends over an area of several thousand square miles. Its climate differs from state to state. The season in the South are different from those in the North. But there are four main seasons that are common to the whole of India. They are the summer, the rainy season, the winter, and the spring.




The summer season brings from the month of April and lasts upto end of June. The sun shines at its brightest and there is intense heat. People perspire all over. In the day, hot winds, called ‘loo’, blow and many dies of heat stoke. People like to wear their white clothes. Kurhas of mulmul are the popular stuffs of clothing in this season. While at home, people like to remain half-naked. Punkhas are used by all. The well-to-do use electricity fans and air-conditioners cool their rooms. The season is a lazy one. People do not like to work. Hence all schools and colleges are closed during these months. Melons, Water-melons, cucumber, etc; are the special fruits of the season.




The rains are most welcome after the intense heat and dryness of the summer months. Usually, the monsoon arrives in the last week of June or the beginning of July and the rainy season lasts upto the end of September. The people heave a sigh of relief as the rainy season beings and the first showers fall. The timely arrival of rains is most essential for an agriculture country like India, where the success or failure of crops depends upon rains. The rain washes down all dust from trees and plants and all nature appears green and beautiful.

It is a pleasant to take long walks or to go out on picnics. During the Sawan months, ladies like to swing on the ‘Jhulas’. The melodious Sawn songs can be heard coming out of every house during the month. Sometimes, when the rains are heavy, there are floods in the rivers of the country, causing much death and destruction. The mango, the King of fruits, is the special fruit of this season. Mangoes of different varieties can be seen hanging in large numbers from the branches of trees. Young and old, rich and poor, all like to enjoy the fruit. It is also popular with foreigners and large quantities of it are exported.




The rainy season is followed by the winter season. This lasts from October to January. This is the healthiest part of the year. Digestion is good during these months and people feel active and like to work. Woolen clothes, suits, pullovers, etc are used to keep off the cold. The people like to bask in the sun in the day and to warm themselves by the fire in the evenings and nights. Those who can afford, use electric heaters to heat their rooms. This is the season of plenty. A large number of vegetables, and fruits grow in abundance and even the poor can eat them s they are cheap. The winter is very good for tours. Educational tours are taken out in large numbers even to the distant parts of the country. People also like to go out for sight seeing. A large number of foreigners visit our country during the winter months. Dry fruits, ‘raivri’ and ‘guzzuk’ are the delicacies special to this season.



Spring Season

The spring, the golden season, in whose praise so much has been written, comes after the winter. It beings with the “Basant Panchimi”, early in February and continues upto the end of March. It is the season when all the trees are all clothed with new and bright leaves. It is green everywhere. It is neither too hot nor too cold.

People enjoy going out on picnic. Spring is a season of reveling and merry-making. The spring revels a climax during the Holi festival in March. There is nothing but colors everywhere. People rub ‘gulal’ on each other’s face. Colored water is also freely sprinkled. The farmers are happy because of their crops are ripe and they would soon reap the reward of their months of long labour.


Such are the different seasons of India. Each one of them has its own merits and demerits. The poor suffer in very season, while the rich can enjoy themselves and be comfortable even in worst one. They can enjoy the pleasures of summer in the winter and those of winter in the summer. They do not know what hardship is to go out and work in the summer ‘loo’ or to remain scantily clothed in the winter months. In the rainy seasons, they do not have to experience the difficulties and miseries of the poor who lives in Kuchcha mud Cottages.


A festival is a celebration of life. Festivals bring peace and joy to the masses. They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous. They are of three types- national, religious and seasonal.

The first type of festivals. i.e. national festivals are celebrated with great patriotic favour.








The second type of festivals depict the religious association of the people. Third ones mark the change of season. The people celebrate their faith or seasonal change with gaiety and enthusiasm. The national festivals include Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanit etc. The religious festivals of India include Guru Parav, Holi, Lohir, Buddhapurnima, Mahavir Jayanit, Dussehra, Diwali, Janmastami, Chath, Navaratri, Eid, Christmas, the festivals of the Parsees and Jews etc. The seasonal festivals include Bhi, Baisakhi, Onam, Pongal, Basant Panchanmi etc. Festivals also have a negative influence on the society. Festivals should be celebrated with simplicity. They should be celebrated to promote national integration and communal harmony.

A festival is a celebration of life. It is a celebration, entertainment or series of performances of a certain kind, often held periodically. Festivals break the monotony of life. They bring peace and joy to the masses. All nations have their religious and cultural festivals. Indian festivals are numerous. They are harmonious, rich, varied and colorful.

Indian festivals are varied as the people themselves. They can broadly be divided into three categories – national or political, religious and seasonal. Most Indian festivals have their origin either in religions or in the myths and legends of popular faiths. Some are contend with the memory of venerable men and events and are, therefore, commemorative in nature. They are intended to keep alive the memory of those events and personalities and inspire people to emulate their examples. Then there are festivals which punctuate the seasons of the year.

National festivals, like the Republic Day, the Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanit are celebrated with great patriotic fervor. These days have been declared as national holidays and are celebrated in all parts of the country with a lot of enthusiasm. The capital, New Delhi, is the seat of national celebrations on such occasions. It witnesses one of the most majestic parades on the Republic Day. Apart from the Armed Forces, school children from across the country also participate in this parade. The states exhibit their tableaux depicting the states resources or recent achievements. The parade is also an occasion for the display of India’s military strength and a number of arms, ammunitions, tanks and fighter aircrafts, some of them indigenously developed, are paraded. On Gandhi Jayanti, leaders and people from different walks of life pay their homage to the Father of the Nation. On the Independence Day, the Prime Minister unfurls the national flag and addresses the nation from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort.

The religious festivals of India include Dussehra, Diwali, Janmastami, Shivratri, Guru Parva, Ram Navami, Holi, Chath, Navarati, Eid-ul-Zuha, Eid-ul-fitr, Christmas, Buddhja Purnima Mahavir Jayanti and the festivals of the Parsees and the Jews.

Diwali is the most prominent of Hindu festivals. It is the festival of lights. The Hindus celebrate this day to commemorate the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after the victory over Ravana. it is the victory of good over evil. The houses are cleaned and whitewashed. The people wear new clothes. businessman start their new accounts. Sweets are distributed. On this day, people from all walks of life light up their homes. Crackers are burst and the children as well as the youth enjoy them.

Ram Navami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Rama. Janmastami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. Durga Pooja is celebrated in Bengal, Assam and some others parts of India. Is is celebrated with great pomp and show. Goddess Durga si worshipped for five days. On the fifth day, the statue of the goddess is immersed in water. In Northern India. Dussehra is observed as Vijaya dashimi celebrating victory of good over evil. of Rama over Ravana. In Maharashtra, Lord Ganesh is worshipped with great pomp and show.

Holi is celebrated at the end of the winter season. This festival marks the beginning of spring. ‘Raaslila’ a cultural dance of Manipur is staged during this festival. The dance is dedicated to Lord Krishna and the gopis. Holi a festival of colors. People throw color on one another. It is celebrated in honor of Prahlad. It celebrates the victory of good over evil.

Chath is celebrated in Bihar and also other parts of India. Sun-god is worshipped early in the morning on this day. sweets and fruits are offered to the Sun-god.

Eid is celebrated to mark the end of Ramzan. It was during the month of Ramzan that Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed. The Muslims fast during the month of Ramzan. At the end of the month. Eid is celebrated with feats.

Guru Nanak Dev’s birthday is celebrated by Sikhs and members o other communities. On this occasion religious congregations are attended, lamps are lit and crackers are burst. The days of martyrdom of Guru Arjun Dev and Guru Teg Bahadur are also of special significance to the community. These days are observed as days of peace and harmony and langer sewa (serving of free food) is organized on a very large scale on these days. the Buddhists and the Jains celebrate their religious festivals in the form of Buddha Purnima and Mahavir Jayanti respectively.

Christmas is the most important festivals of the Christians. It is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Jesus on 25th December. The Christmas tree is decorated with artificial stars, lights, toys etc. on this day. Cakes and puddings are set ved. Children get dressed in new clothes. Any person disguised as Santa Claus distributes sweets among the children. Prayers are offered in churches.

The Jews celebrate their festivals in a similar fashion as that of the Christians. They go the synagogue to pray the Almighty. The Parsees celebrate Naoroz during August0September each year. It is the beginning of their new year. Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated by the Jains. Buddha Purnima is celebrated by the Buddhists.

The seasonal festivals are celebrated in different ways all over the country. Bihu is celebrated with great pomp and show in Assam. Baisakhi is celebrated as a mark of harvesting the wheat crops in Punjab. Onam is celebrated in Kerala as a harvest festival. Pongal is also a similar festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Basant Panchami is celebrated throughout North India. It marks the end of the winter season. Seasonal changes mark the new beginnings. Happiness fills the heart of the people during these festivals.

Festivals also have a negative influence on our society. The bursting of crackers during Diwali pollute the atmosphere. Gambling disturbs public life. During Holi, drunkards brawl in the streets. Temples are decorated at the cost of millions of rupees. The money used for such events could be utilized for the economic developed of the country.

Color is an essential part of Holi. But it must not be sprayed on people who do not want to play it. The bursting of crackers should be stopped. Festivals should be celebrated with simplicity. People belonging to other communities should be invited during religious festivals. This will help in promoting national integration and communal harmony.