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आपल्या पुराणांच्यात अशी एक कल्पना आहे की देवांचे वास्तव्य असलेला स्वर्ग लोक व पृथ्वी ही 'विश्वकर्मा' या दैवी व्यक्तीने निर्माण केली. अर्थात देवांच्या पातळीचा मान विश्वकर्म्याला दिला जात नाही कारण शेवटी तो देवांचा ठेकेदार ठरतो. आपण ही कल्पना वापरून , असे धरून चालू की कोणाच्या तरी आदेशावरून व 'फर्मियॉन्स' हे सुटे भाग वापरून आपले जग जेंव्हा निर्माण केले गेले तेंव्हा त्याच्या निर्मितीसाठी व त्याचा कारभार चालवण्यासाठी आवश्यक ते श्रम बल विश्वकर्म्याकडून प्राप्त झाले व होते आहे. आता एवढी क्लिष्ट रचना निर्माण करायची म्हणजे दोनच हात कसे पुरणार ? पुराणांच्यात भगवान विष्णूचे जे चित्र उभे केले आहे त्या चित्राप्रमाणे, भगवानांना अनेक हस्त आहेत. प्रत्येक हातात गदा, शंख ,चक्र यासारखी विशिष्ट आयुधे आहेत. प्रत्येक हात हा त्या हातातील विशिष्ट आयुध वापरण्यात पारंगत आहे. गदा धरलेला हात गदाच चालवणार. तो चक्र फेकण्याच्या भानगडीत कधीच पडणार नाही. जबाबदार्‍यांचे पूर्ण विभाजन केलेले असल्याने गडबड गोंधळ उडण्याची शक्यताच नाही. व्यवस्थापनाची ही उत्कृष्ट व्यवस्था विश्वकर्म्यानेही बहुदा वापरली असावी. त्याला कमीत कमी चार हात तरी असले पाहिजेत कारण त्याच्या या हातांमधील विशिष्ट बलांचा किंवा आयुधांचा शोध आपल्याला लागलेला आहे.
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In 1962, when Chinese had attacked India in Arunachal Pradesh, the situation was far worst. There was only one bridge for crossing Bramhaputra. Indian railways had just constructed first ever bridge over Brahmaputra near Guwahati. This 1.3 km rail-cum-road bridge was the only link between Assam (with rest of India) and North Eastern states. The situation eased to some extent when 3.015 Km long Kalia Bhomara Bridge was completed in 1987. Naranarayan Setu in western Assam, is the third bridge to have been constructed over the mighty Brahmaputra . It is a double-deck bridge with a railway track on the lower deck and a road on the upper deck. It has a length of 2.284 kilometres and connects Bongaigaon District on the north with Goalpara District on the south. The bridge was inaugurated on April 15, 1998. However, eastern Assam still remained inaccessible from northeastern states and vice versa. The situation continues even on this day.
So near yet so far
So near yet so far
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So near yet so far
On a visit to Northeast India during 2014, we had halted in
a hotel in Kaziranga Wildlife sanctuary Assam. Our next halt was at Bomdila in
Arunachal Pradesh. Our hotel in Kaziranga was not at a great distance from
Bramhmaputra River, and I had thought that ...
So near yet so far
So near yet so far
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ज्याला फारसा आगापिछा नाही अगर ज्याला इतिहासप्रसिध्द अशा किंवा विख्यात अशा कुटुंबाशी संबंध दाखवता येणार नाही असा मी एक अगदी सामान्य मनुष्य आहे. वडील आणि त्यांचे बंधु यांच्यापलीकडे पितृवंशासंबंधी काहिही माहिती नाही; आणि मातृवंशाकडून आजोबांच्या पलीकडे कसलीही माहिती उपलब्ध नाही, तेंव्हा पितृघराणे व मातृघराणे ही दोन्ही अगदी सामान्य प्रतीची घराणी होत. त्यांना कसलाही इतिहास नाही. शिवाय ही दोन्ही घराणी जवळ जवळ दरिद्री होती. वडील एका मामलेदाराचे आश्रित होते; व प्राथमिक शिक्षण केल्यावर त्यांना सदरहू मामलेदारांनी पंधरा रुपयांची कस्टममधे नौकरी लावून दिली होती.
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Can you guess which fixed-wing aircraft in military service is most popular today? In other words, which fixed wing aircraft in military service has the largest global fleet? The answer is rather simple and straightforward. It is the F16 aircraft produced by The General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin). Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon is a single-engine supersonic multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics. As of 2015, it is the world's most numerous fixed-wing aircraft in military service. In its Global fleet, there are 2,242 combat aircraft and the remainder 242 trainers. Besides use by armed forces of United States, as many as 25 nations have the aircraft as their mainstay in the air forces.
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F 16 aircraft to get Indian wings
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guess which fixed-wing aircraft in military service is most popular today? In
other words, which fixed wing aircraft in military service has the largest
global fleet? The answer is rather simple and straightforward. It is the F16
aircraft produced b...
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What you hate most, while buying stuff at a big super store? I am sure that nine out of ten people will answer that standing in a long queue before a cashier, is their most hated experience in a super store. Mom and pop stores fare no better. You go to the shop. Tell the owner, what you want and while he would walk to the shelf to get the stuff, you wait patiently. After he brings up the desired goods, you examine them and if satisfied, pay to the shop owner. He then usually walks to his cash box and brings up the change and gives it to you. The deal is over only then. We go through either of these rituals almost every day or at least several times in a week. It is not something about which to feel enthused. Nevertheless, there is no real solution or choice really.
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The ultimate super store
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you hate most, while buying stuff at a big super store? I am sure that nine out
of ten people will answer that standing in a long queue before a cashier, is
their most hated experience in a super store. Mom and pop stores fare no
better. You go to the ...
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The quintessential building, known as “Purani Haveli”, located at the South east of Afzal Gunj Bridge near Dewan Devdi in Hyderabad city, India, witnessed scenes of a great commotion, on an otherwise quiet Monday morning of 3 September 2018. The imposing structure was once the official residence of the Nizam, the ruler of the erstwhile Hyderabad state in British days. It was constructed for Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III (1803–1829) by his father Ali Khan Bahadur, Asaf Jah II. The building, a symbol of 18th century European architecture, was used by Nizam Sikander Jha to live for some time. This is the reason for which this building complex is called Purani Haveli (Old residence). This 19th century structure is a captivating combination of 18th century European facades and traditional Indian courtyards. The building now houses the Nizam's museum, which is dedicated to the last Nizam of Hyderabad state. The place is also being used as a school and as an Industrial training institute.
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Heist in the Purani Haveli (Old residence)
The quintessential building, known as “Purani Haveli”,
located at the South east of Afzal Gunj Bridge near Dewan Devdi in Hyderabad
city, India, witnessed scenes of a great commotion, on an otherwise quiet
Monday morning of 3 September 2018. The imposing st...
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