Feb 10, 2021

Real Hero Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

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We are celebrate 125 years Birth Day of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Leader Subhash Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897, in Cuttack, Odisha province. His father’name was Janakinath Bose, and his mother’s name was Prabhavati Bose.

His father was a lawyer and had also been the Speaker of the Bengal Legislative Assembly. Netaji was the ninth child of his 14 sister-brothers. Subhash Chandra Ji also had 7 brothers and 6 sisters. Among his sister brothers, he was most fond of Sharad Chandra Bose.Subhash Chandra Bose was also among the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives in the Yajna started by the Indians for the freedom of the country. Subhash Chandra Bose Ji’s name is taken with great affection and reverence.

Heroic men always remember death once, but they become immortal, death cannot erase their fame and name. The path adopted by Subhash Chandra Bose Ji for independence was different. The name of Subhash Chandra Bose is the foremost among the brave men who died on the altar of freedom.

They wanted to liberate the country by fighting against the British. Boseji gave a call to the Indians, ‘You give me blood, I will give you freedom’. This roar of Subhash Chandra Bose shook the power of the British. Lakhs of Hindustani people were ready to sacrifice their lives behind this voice.Bose Ji was very fond of reading and writing from childhood. Bose ji’s early education was at Ravenshaw Collegiate School, a prestigious school in Cuttack. Bose Ji passed the matriculation examination in the first class from the Presidency College, Calcutta. Bose Ji passed the exam of 12 from the second class even after becoming ill in 1915.

His number was so good in English that the examiner had to be forced to say, ‘I can’t write such good English by myself’. In 1916, Boseji enrolled in the Presidency College of Calcutta for further studies, where he met Dr Suresh Babu.He passed the BA examination in the first class in 1919 itself from the Scottish College of Calcutta. After the B.A. examination, on the father’s orders, he had to go to England for the ICS examination. He had to take admission to Cambridge University in England, and from there he returned home after passing the ICS examination and became a high ranking officer here. Subhash Chandra Bose met Suresh Babu in the Presidency College. Suresh Babu was forming an organization of youths eager to serve the country. Because young Subhash Chandra Bose had already had a worm of rebellion against British rule, he had not delayed participating in this organization at all.It was here that he took a hard vow to devote his life to country service. Subhash Chandra Bose Ji had no desire to lead a life of chic by becoming a collector. His family explained to him a lot, tried to twist Subhash Chandra Ji’s life with many examples and arguments, but the family did not succeed in any endeavour. 

Netaji was the son of India who taught the Indians that one should not bow down but roar like a lion. Giving blood is the work of a brave man. What Netaji called for was not limited to just getting independence, but to make the Indian people a hero for all ages. After independence, only a brave man can protect his freedom.

He must defend freedom more than to gain freedom. Bose will be remembered with great reverence in India’s history. 23rd January is celebrated  every year in memory of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

HARIPADA GIRI

Feb 10, 2021

Celebration of Republic Day 2021

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We the Barnamala Educational Cultural Society Celebrate Republic Day 2021

 India observes January 26 as the day on which our constitution came into effect and celebrates it as Republic day yearly with a ton of pride and enthusiasm. The year 2021 will mark India’s 72th Republic Day. It is a day that is imperative to each Indian citizen because it denotes the day when India became democratic and truly independent.

In India, Republic Day is celebrated every year with grandeur. It unites the country as a whole and irrespective of the cast, creed, colour, sex or religion, Indians come together with lots of zeal and fervour. It truly shows the diversity of our country.The capital city of India, New Delhi, commends it with a magnificent Republic Day Parade that exhibits the might of the Indian Military and the social diversity of our nation. The motorcade starts after the President of India, who is also the Supreme Commander of the Armed powers, unfurls our national flag. One of the principal elements of the Parade is to honour the martyrs who have forfeited their lives for the country by showing courage in the face of adversity.On 26 January 1950, three years post-independence, India turned into a secular, sovereign, socialist and a democratic republic. The first meeting of the Indian Parliament was also held on this day. 26th January, additionally saw the swearing-in of India's first president, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Consequently, this day is vital as it marks the end of the British rule and birth of India as a Republic State.The most significant and grand parade is held at Rajpath in New Delhi, which exhibits a multi-toned picture of the country's rich social heritage and military ability. This procession is presided over by the President of India. The Prime Minister of India first lays a wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, in memory of all people from the military who surrendered their life for the country. Thereafter, 21-gun salute, unfurling of the National Flag and singing of the National Anthem take place.

                                                                 HARIPADA GIRI

Feb 10, 2021

Cows are really incredible animals.

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Cows

All cows are female. Males are called bulls or steer. Before having a calf for the very first time, a female is called heifer. Then, once she has her first calf, she becomes a cow.Cows can see almost 360 degrees. As a result of this near-panoramic view, they can watch for predators from all angles. However, they don’t see well straight in front of them and they will typically turn their head to look at you.Cows have an acute sense of smell and can detect odors up to six miles away.Cows are very social and don’t like to be alone. For example, when a cow isolates herself it’s usually because she is sick or about to give birth.Cows have no upper front teeth. Therefore, when they’re eating food, they press their sharp bottom teeth against the top hard palate of their mouth to cut blades of grass.A cow has 32 teeth, and will chew about 40-50 times a minute. A cow will chew for up to eight hours a day, and can move their jaws about 40,000 times a day. Since grass isn’t available in the winter for cattle to eat, it’s very important that harvest grass so that cattle can eat it in the winter.  That process is called “making hay”. This is a very busy and critical time of the year on any cattle. In short, the fields have to produce enough hay in order to feed the animals through the winter.Cows spend about 10 hours a day lying down.Cows will stand up and lay down about fourteen times a day.Cows can sleep while they’re standing

Like humans, cows are social beings. They like to live in groups and can develop friendships with some while will avoid others. They cannot see the color red. A bull in a bullfighting ring does not react to the colour of the red cloak but its movement. Cows can’t vomit!. You can walk a cow up the stairs but they can’t walk back down them! Their knees don’t bend the right way. What a ‘moosiance’!. It has been proven that if you get to know your cows and name them, they will produce more milk for you. Like dogs, they love a good rub down. They have almost 300 degrees vision. Their only blind spots are directly in front and behind them. Language specialists have discovered that cows from certain locations actually have regional accents! How amusing is that! Unlike popular belief, cows really do have only one stomach. That stomach, however, has four different compartments. Hmmm, I knew there was a separate one for dessert.

HARIPADA GIRI

 
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