He didn’t want to end up in IT sector job so an engineer who had something different to do in his mind turned out to be an entrepreneur.
Rohit Singh (27 years old) had a juice outlet which was a blend of traditional and modish ways – a premier outlet. It was doing good. But still he felt something was missing. Something was incomplete. Deep down he constantly thought of how to improve juicing? How to make it better?
One fine day he came to know about cold-pressed technique. After an extensive research over it ..Woohoo! It was a moment of epiphany. That is how the genesis of gulp cold-pressed juice took place.
Now let me tell you why cold-pressed juice is a better way of juicing. It is made up of 100% fruits and vegetables. Cold-pressed juice refers to juice that uses a hydraulic press to extract juice from fruit and vegetables, as opposed to other methods such as centrifugal or single auger.It has been proven to contain more nutrients. When the fresh fruits and vegetables are consumed in the form of juice..its nutrients are directly absorbed in the bloodstream.
Well for Rohit..hailing from a city like Bhopal…it is no less than a revolution.
Vision of gulp is to make plant-based nutrition accessible to the masses. Delivering freshness of farms to your doorsteps.
In this way a local operation advanced into a global appeal operation.
Consumption of fresh foods manifests true health. Many people lose motivation on juicing every day if they are dependent on their home juicer. That’s where the Gulp juice India will help you take away the mess and save your time, especially if you enjoy having a good grab-and-go option when you’re running late but don’t want to compromise your green juice goals.
Cold-pressed juices are pricey! But why so?
One reason is the amount of produce squeezed into one bottle.
Another reason is the pressure needed to make the juice. Cold-pressed juice companies use thousands of pounds of pressure to squeeze juice from their produce, and often then preserve the ingredients through a method called high pressure processing (or HPP).
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Just by hearing the name of football it gives adrenaline rush to its lovers. It brings a wave of rejoice. Watching our favourite player playing, watching breathtaking matches makes our hearts to beat faster. Football has witnessed many great players from time to time. Pele , Maradona , George Best , Zinedine Zidane , Franz Beckenbauer, Eusebio , Johan Cruyff , Lionel Messi , Cristiano Ronaldo and the list goes on. Football is world famous and one of the most playing sports. I respect the game and its players. Every player is unique and holds an important place. But my personal favourite is Cristiano Ronaldo. There are many great players but I love C-Ron more.
He is inspiring not only as a player but as a person too. He comes from a poor family and lost his dad when he was 20 years old. In 1997, aged 12, he went on a three-day trial with Sporting CP, who signed him for a fee of £1,500.He subsequently moved to Alcochete, near Lisbon, to join Sporting’s other youth players at the club’s football academy.By age 14, Ronaldo believed he had the ability to play semi-professionally, and agreed with his mother to cease his education in order to focus entirely on football.A year later, however, he was diagnosed with a racing heart, a condition that could have forced him to give up playing football.He underwent an operation in which a laser was used to cauterise the affected area of his heart; discharged from hospital hours after the procedure, he resumed training only a few days later.
His hard work and dedication is clearly visible. His passion and love for football is admirably awesome. He gives his 300% to football.
● “I am what i am. I can’t change my character. I can’t change my personality, my education. I respect people but i don’t agree. The ones who are close to me know who’s the real Cristiano is.” He is being hated for his attitude but let’s see it from different angle. He has trained himself this way for the stardom. He is living his celebrity life the way he wanted it to be. Believing that you are great , makes you great and he is one such example of this. He has reached this level that he dreamed since childhood due to his strong mentality and strong will.
● Mr. Popular. Either hate him or love him but you can’t ignore him.
● His loving and caring attitude towards children.
● I don’t understand why the heck there is comparison between messi and c-ron. They are different players , they have their own unique skills and abilities. Infact there is no rivalry between ron & messi. Their fans have unnecessary over-hyped rivalry between them and self-manifested enmity against the players.
● Cristiano Ronaldo is not only Madrid’s highest paid player but also world’s highest paid footballer earning a massive £288,000 a week which is after tax which means he cost around £575,000 a week to Real Madrid if we count the tax Real Madrid has to pay on his salary which is around 52% in Spain.
Although he makes a lot of donations too.
He donated his 2015–2016 Champions League bonus 600000 Euros and bonus of UEFA EURO 2016 (275000 Euros).
● He played the Euro finals when he was 19 and played the sem-finals of worldcup when he was 21.
● He is not having any tattoos on his skin to be able to donate blood twice every year.
● He doesn’t drink alcohol because it reminds him of the disease that caused death of his father.
● He is a great impact on football and an achiever.
● He is having his own Museum. Just a reminder for us so that we never forget what he has done since he was a child.
● The humblest fan.
● “I’m living a dream I never want to wake up from.”
NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, YOU ARE A HERO AND YOU WILL REMAIN A HERO FOR US. WE LOVE YOU UNCONDITIONALLY CR7.
In early 20’s a girls trip to Mathura sounds bit odd. Not some lavish trip to Goa, against all odds..Yes! It was a journey to Mathura, Vrindavan and Govardhan. With my best friend it was the most augmented holiday. A 3-4 days trip to the state of Uttar Pradesh (India), to the sacred city Mathura. Exploration of our own lands is equally fascinating as flying to the foreign countries. Unearthing the history of our own country, learning about its people, is significant to me just like the curiousity to know about the world. I like exploring the beauty of ancient architectural set up along with its intricate creations. With the right companion it was enriching, spiritual and exploring kind of period of travelling.
People come over here to experience the pious beginnings of the Hindu God (Lord Krishna).
Literally everything in Mathura is coloured in the hues of Krishna.
Mathura attracts thousands of pilgrims especially on the occasion of Janamashatami ( Lord Krishna’s birthday) and Holi of Barsana (a small village in mathura). Its holi is world famous.
Mathura has numerous small and big temples. It is situated on the banks of river yamuna so it has 25 holy ghats.
Mathura was also once Buddhist centre with around 20 monasteries. However continuous attacks by Afghans and Mughals left the city in ruins. Most of the ruins are now preserved in the archaeological museums.
# ISKCON (The International society for krishna consciousness) Vrindavan
I simply enjoyed there. Those chantings of hare krishna, kirtan and dancing- it was having happy vibes. I didn’t want to leave that place. I could easily sense the aura of peace there.
# Prem Mandir
It has simply magnificent architecture. Beautiful idols of Lord Krishna- Radha and Lord Rama-Sita were mesmerizing.
# Shri Bhagvad-gita mandir (temple)
It’s is known as Bhagvad-gita temple because there is a pole on which whole bhagvad-gita( Hindu scripture) is written.
# Shri Krishna Janmbhoomi
This temple is built around the prison cell where the ancient Lord Krishna is said to have been born. It is situated next to Kesava Deo Temple and a mosque, cameras and phones are banned inside the complex by the government. Security is very strict.
The original temple was built by Vajranabha, then later rebuilt by Vikramaditya. The temple is said to have been destroyed and rebuilt 17 times in its history. Today the temple is one of the most frequently visited temples in India.
This temple is again too beautiful and wonderfully built.
# Government Museum Mathura
It is the most underrated place. But it’s worth visiting. I was amazed to see the traces of Buddhism and Jainism there. Truly fascinating collection it is having. The museum houses artifacts pottery, sculptures, paintings, and coins primarily from in and around Mathura, plus discoveries made by noted colonial archaeologists like Alexander Cunningham, F. S. Growse, and Fuhrer.
Artifacts are 3000 years old and the depth of the collection is surprising.
Visit duration : 1-2 hours
# Vishram Ghat
Well river yamuna has 25 ghats but Vishram ghat is considered the holiest.
# Shri Nath jee temple (Govardhan)
According to the legend, the Srinathji (Shrinathji is a form of Hindu god Krishna, manifest as a seven-year-old child) deity self-manifested from stone and emerged from the Govardhan Hills. Historically, the idol of Shrinathji was first worshipped at Govardhan hill, near Mathura . Shrinathji was originally worshipped in a humble shrine at Jatipura village near Govardhan and subsequently, moved to a larger temple on top of the hill.
There is tunnel from which Shri nath ji went to Nathdwara(Rajasthan). That tunnel from the top of Govardhan hill opens in the town of Nathdwara.
At the top of Govardhan Hill
# Mukharvind temple
Mukharvind temple of Shrinathji is at the base of Giriraj Govardhan. Hundreds of devotees visit daily and worship with milk and flowers etc. Many begin their Parikrama (revolving around sacred place) of Giriraj Govardhan (hill) from this point. Mukharvind of Shrinathji is decorated and worshipped every evening. It is believed to be alive with his presence.
There are still so many things left unexplored in Mathura. Hopefully , will explore next time. It felt so alive with the divine vibrations and energy. What I brought from this trip is preserved in my heart with me and it cannot be expressed through words.
“Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Who doesn’t adore the beauty of flowers! Flowers are medicine for soul. Amazing gift of nature. But, what if few petals of flower get damaged? We will throw them and consider that there is nothing left. Let us connect this to our lives, just like the damaged petals of flowers are the hardships, pain, suffering, harm, damage, destruction, injury that we have in our life and after all these at certain point we feel now there is nothing left, everything ended and nothing could be done. But no! that is not the truth. Flowers blooms again. Similarly that damage is not the end..THERE IS LIFE AHEAD. We can start a fresh. New beginning.
What is this lifeahead? Well this is an incredible idea, an initiative of my mentor, friend, teacher.. Nidhi Sahu( Psychologist). She is a dedicated, excellent counselor. Many workshops on parenting, adolescent problems,etc are conducted by her efficiently. Lifeahead will focus on life skills. It’s a group of people who have overcame the setbacks of life and experts who will help the one’s who are going through something hard in life by some efforts in different forms. [ keeping it secret for a while] Transforming the negatives into positives. Our main motive is to uplift the souls. Even if we made a difference in one life.. that is going to be utterly blissful for us. It is Nidhi madame’s desire of her soul to keep LIFEAHEAD ALIVE AND IT IS MY SOUL’S DESIRE TO ACCOMPANY HER IN THIS JOURNEY. The seed has been sowed. It is our message .. that if someone is fighting any sort of battle, he/she is not alone. We are social beings so yes at times we need little push from someone to come out from the cage. A hand to hold on. There is nothing wrong in it. One must not forget ultimately we all are divine creations.
Hey you! Wherever you are! Whatsoever you are facing..just a simple reminder.. there is certainly LIFE AHEAD.
Sigh of relief! Supreme Court’s decision to give NEET (National eligibility cum entrance test) a green signal is good. It’s not only about NEET but it’s about reducing the unethical practices of private seat allotments and rampant corruption in medical fraternity. Due to lack of proper awareness and information, the doctor scene is pitiful these days. People are so desperate to do medicine, they don’t even feel shame in such unethical ways, malpractices and they even migrate to abroad to study there because it’s cheaper in abroad than here. There is nothing to be proud about being a doctor in these ways. Infact it’s disrespectful and such medical practitioners are blot and hindrance. About 77% Indian students with a medical degree in foreign universities in the past 12 years have failed to clear the screening test conducted by Medical Council Of India. It is indicative of poor standards of medical education in some foreign countries. India is the only country that authorises, as official policy, the sale of medical seats by private medical colleges, implicitly accepting the principle that the ability to pay, and not merit, is what counts. Further, in the absence of any system of third party certification by way of an entry or, more importantly, an exit exam — which could guarantee the qualities and competencies a doctor must possess before starting to practice — many medical colleges are producing quacks. The tragedy is that we all know about it.
The issue is not just about illegal capitation fees that range from Rs.50 lakh to Rs.1 crore for a MBBS seat. The process of admission is itself flawed with a walk-in system for those with money but for the others, it is a harrowing tale of expensive tuitions and writing 15 to 20 examinations across the country — a process that once again excludes and deters several.
Archaic and outmoded rules, regulations and eligibility conditions requiring a capital base of more than Rs.150 crore have made the establishment of medical colleges a business proposition. Combined with no incentives for quality education, there has been a twofold impact: 1.commercialising the medical profession, where “recouping” the investment is the prime concern for the investor and graduating doctor alike; and 2. an aggravated shortage of doctors in three ways: 15 per cent of those in the Non-Resident Indian quota within the 50 per cent management quota do not practice in India; of the remaining 35 per cent, many do not practice, migrate abroad or establish themselves in cities for better incomes; and, poor training makes many “unemployable” as amplified in a provider survey. Clearly, the commercialisation of medical education is one of independent India’s biggest mistakes.
Therefore, the solution of “flooding the market with doctors by opening more medical colleges” to contain the menace of capitation fees without in the first instance, overhauling the regulatory framework related to quality of instruction, faculty development, better salary structures and banning private practice, etc has little merit.
[Pathetic: Doctors who graduated by paying hefty sum of donation have first goal to recuperate their investment]
These rampant malpractices are being carried out since many years. So, what about those Undeserving so called “qualified” doctors who have entered the medicine and healthcare?
Government should take a step to make doctors take a test every year to assess if they have updated their skills. Doctors who fail could be given a grace time of a year or two (and multiple attempts) to pass the test, failing which, their licence should be suspended.(Strictly)
There are no short cuts or easy solutions to what has become a highly political issue.
Any shifts in the status quo will be bitterly opposed, so deeply entrenched are the vested interests. But the time has come for the government to act as the acute shortage in human resources is the main barrier to achieving universal health coverage. The more the delay in addressing the critical challenges facing human resources for health on grounds of political expediency, the greater the social, political and financial costs this country will have to bear in the years ahead. Prudence lies in stemming the rot by decisive action and before it is too late.
Any person having degree of doctoral and who wears white coat should not be allowed in this profession. Screening is must. Regulatory authority must play critical role.
What happened to the conscience of people ? People are so blinded by their pursuit, that for their selfish motives and greeds they can risk lives of people by becoming a doctor.
If NEET is implemented uniformly and few other measures are being taken strictly in this regard to improve the (quality) health of “medicine and healthcare.” There is some hope of victory. Only Merit should be the basis of medical admission, selection of regulators and medical fraternity.
Source : Majority of excerpts are taken from The Hindu (Sujatha Rao), Career India, blog-post -Decline in medicine and healthcare.
IF WE WANT OUR COUNTRY’S GROWTH, WE MUST REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION AT OUR OWN LEVEL FIRST. THEN WE CAN HELP OTHERS, SHARE IT WITH OTHERS AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE IRRESPECTIVE OF ANY BARRIER. WHETHER SOMEBODY IS RICH OR POOR, RURAL AREAS OR URBAN AREAS, MALE OR FEMALE, A CHILD OR AN OLD AGE PERSON.
EDUCATION IS OUR BIRTHRIGHT, IT IS NOT A LUXURY, IT IS OUR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT.
VILLAGE COVERS UP A LARGE POPULATION OF INDIA. VILLAGE JOINTLY MAKES A SMALL TOWN, SMALL TOWNS WHEN PUT TOGETHER MAKES LARGE TOWNS. HENCE, THE LARGE TOWNS COMPRISES TO MAKE A CITY. THAT’S WHY EDUCATING POOR PEOPLE AND RURAL AREAS WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE- WILL LEAVE AN IMPACT ON THE BIG PICTURE OF INDIA. THIS IS FOR THE BETTERMENT AND UPLIFTMENT OF COUNTRY AND COUNTRYMAN. THEN ONLY PEOPLE WILL REALIZE THEIR POWER. BRINGING AWARENESS IS A BIG STEP TOWARDS CHANGE.
DO YOU KNOW WE HAVE NIGHT SCHOOLS?! A NIGHT SCHOOL IS AN ADULT LEARNING SCHOOL THAT HOLDS CLASSES IN THE EVENING OR AT NIGHT TO ACCOMMODATE PEOPLE WHO WORK DURING THE DAY.
FORMER PRESIDENT AND MY FAVOURITE EDUCATOR A.P.J. ABDUL KALAM, HE DIDN’T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH WHENEVER AND WHEREVER HE GOT. RENOWNED SCIENTIST IGNITED A THOUSAND MINDS, INSPIRED A MILLION TO DREAM BIG. I JUST WANT THAT WE SHOULD KEEP HIS VISION ALIVE, WHICH HE HAD FOR OUR NATION.
EDUCATING EVERY SINGLE MIND WILL OPEN UP THEIR MIND. HENCE, IT WILL INSPIRE THEM TO THINK OUT OF THE BOX AND DO SOMETHING OUT OF THE BOX. LEARNING IS A NEVER ENDING PROCESS AND LET’S ASSIMILATE THIS POWER OF LEARNING. SCATTER IT IN EVERY DIRECTION. “ LEARNING GIVES CREATIVITY, CREATIVITY LEADS TO THINKING, THINKING LEADS TO KNOWLEDGE, KNOWLEDGE MAKES YOU GREAT”- DR. A.P.J ABDUL KALAM.
FOR NATION’S GREATNESS WE SHOULD COME FORWARD AND WORK IN THIS DIRECTION. WE SHOULD MAKE EFFORTS AT OUR PERSONAL LEVEL TO MAKE THIS SIGNIFICANT TOOL- EDUCATION REACHABLE TO EVERY CITIZEN. BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN EDUCATION AND PEOPLE.
Punjab and Haryana, these states that have been in the news for discrimination against the girl child. But a Chandigarh born girl did something remarkable and made India proud. The girl is Rukmani Riar. Things that are special about her :
She was 24 years old when in her first attempt she cracked Civil Services Examinations and acquired second position. (2011)
She was unable to cope with the pressure of moving to a boarding school and failed in Class 6th while studying at the Sacred Heart School in Dalhousie, this story is an evidence that failures are the stepping stones to success.
‘Ever since I failed in Class VI, I am scared of failure. It can be very depressing. But after that incident, I made up my mind that I won’t sulk and complain. I will work hard and give things my best. I believe that if one decides to persevere and come out of that phase, nothing can stop you achieving success,’ advised Rukmani.
She did her 12th from Shivalik Public School, Mohali.
She holds a master’s degree in social entrepreneurship from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai where she consistently topped her class.
She joined the School of Social Sciences affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University in 2005 and passed out in 2008 getting the gold medal with distinction.
She did not opt for any special coaching classes for the CSE . She said the notes prepared during graduation helped in her performance. If you are consistent and perseverant in your preparation, you can crack the exam without coaching,’ suggested the topper, who chose political science and sociology as her main subjects for the exam.
“Set your targets and work hard to achieve the desired result,” Riar said.
She wanted to carry out social service. She was fired by social service. Her father BS Riar, a lawyer in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, suggested that she should try the civil services if she wanted to make a mark at helping society. Her mother is a housewife.
Rukmani wanted to become an IAS officer so that she can use her experience and training to serve the nation in a better way.
‘I always wanted to serve the nation,’ she said. And you can well believe her – she has interned with the Planning Commission of India and NGOs in Karnataka and Maharashtra over the last few years, researching and understanding various social policies and finding ways to help them make a positive impact upon society.
Rukmani loves to write poetry. She is a prolific writer . She is a believer of hard work and dedication. Her message is : consistency, hard work, and persistence is the key to success. Go for it. If I can do it, everybody else can.