Earth may experience a radically different climate already within 34 years, forever changing life as we know it, said a study Wednesday that aims to bring the dangers of global warming into sharper focus. On current trends of greenhouse-gas emissions…
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Wednesday, August 28, 2013
|Krishna Mandir In Patan Durbar Square,Nepal|
Krishna Janmashtami ,which falls on Bhadra Ashtami according to Lunar calendar or August-September according to Gregorian Calendar , is an annual commemoration of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu .
It is believed that Lord Krishna was the incarnation of Vishnu, one of the three most important Hindu Gods. It is commonly believed that he took birth for killing Kansa, the unreligious demon king of Mathura and other demons, to establish a kingdom of peace, prosperity and religion on earth and to spread the message of brotherhood and humanity. Historians calculate that the birth of Lord Krishna goes back to the Dwapar Yug. It is in the year of Visvavasu around 3227 BC when Lord Krishna was born. He was born on a dark, stormy night on the day eight day of the second fortnight of the month of Shravana which now corresponds to the month of August-September in the Gregorian calendar. Born in the prison of Demon Kansa, from Kansa’s sister Devaki and Vasudeva, Krishna was declared to be the savior of mankind and the end of Kansa even before his birth. Krishna, right from the day of birth exhibited that he was a special child and there was extraordinary powers with him. Throughout his childhood and adolescence in Gokul, he did many things which made people believe that he was a form of God. Since then, the people of Nandgaon celebrated the birth of Krishna as a day of fortune.
|Krishan Mandir (Left) during Celebration at Night|
Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born. The temples of Lord Krishna are decorated, and bhajans and kirtans are sung or played. The Krishna Mandir in Patan Durbar Square, Narayanhiti Krishnamandir, and other temples of Lord Krishna are the centers for festivities on Krishna Janmaasthimi. Numerous devotees flock to the ancient Krishna temple in old Patan Durbar Square to keep vigil through the revered night of his birth. Observances include people sitting closely together, bodies rocking as women chant the many names of Lord Krisha, such as Narayan, Narayan and Gopal, Gopal. Some sing hymns, others clap their hands, while some others pray. Crowds of men and women edge their way slowly up narrow steps through the seated devotees to the temple's dark interior, to where the main idol stands. There they offer flowers, coins and food, and wait for a glimpse of the Krishna Janmashtami idol. After the temple priest gives them prasad, they make their way home.
|Krishna Mandir of Hanuman Dhoka,Nepal|
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Congratulations to all the SLC appeared students who have passed with flying colours ... Best of Luck for upcoming college life ....
SLC ( School Leaving Certificate ) considered as Iron Gate in school level education of Nepal has gain great popularity over the year. Every parents want their children to perform great and get a distinction level marks in SLC. The whole schooling carrer is decided by SLC in Class 10 ... Not so Fair , Is it ???
There has been much talks to remove the SLC system from 2067 when I gave SLC but still now the system is running .Seeing the level of result degrade it better to remove SLC. However this also show that parents,teacher mostly are being careless about their education .... With the advancement in technology and science student recently visit their Facebook but are afraid to Face their BOOKS :P
Only 41.57 per cent of the total number of examinees have made it through what is still called by many the Iron Gate, which is down by 6 percentage points compared to last year. In 2012, 47.16 percent of the examinees had passed the SLC exams. Of the total of 403,936 students who appeared in this year´s SLC under the regular quota, only 167,935 succeeded, including 16,942 passing with distinction marks (above 80 per cent). While 76,165 students received first division marks, 69,830 received second division marks. Similarly, only 5,016 students passed with third division marks.According to the Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE), which published the SLC results on Tuesday, 6,067 examinees dropped out of the exams while 60 examinees were expelled. Similarly, the results of 818 students have been withheld for various reasons. And the exams of 230 students have been cancelled as they submitted their exam forms from two different schools.
There has been a system of thinking that if you can pass SLC then you are eligible to do anything so most of the student leave their studies after SLC and join various income generating skills .Need for education can never be fulfilled.We are never satisfied with what we know.. We are curious to know more.So one mustn't think that if s/he passed SLC then they can easily overcome other obstacles...
Hope the downtrack of SLC result may rise next year ... !