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Vol. 12, Issue-01, January 15, 2016


Jagadgaru 1008 Katangi
Swami Pragyananda Ji Maharaj
Chief Editor
Ashok Vasudeva
Bureau Chief
Dr. M.K. Mishra

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Vedic Culture ------------------------------------- 9

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Kidney Damaging Habits -------------------- 12

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.Jambu Dweepe Bharat Varshe Bharat khande Aryavartantargate
When a pandit ji recites this
shloka as sankalpa (a
commitment or resolution) to the
devata (God) who is being
worshipped, our mind is boggled. Our various religious
books have maps giving the geographical description of
'Jambu Dweep'. Great Rishi Varahamihira, in his book
"Vrihad Samhita", which contains 900 shlokas, has
provided a map of 'Jambu Dweep'. Now we have seven
continents. Interestingly, Bhagavata Purana deals with
the geography of the world in a great detail. It also divides
the world into seven dweepas. And India is in Jambu
Dweep, and America in Krauncha dweep. The concept
of ''Akhand Bharat'' of some nationalist scholars matches
with areas of Jambu Dweep, which consisted of modern
India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Indonesia,
Thailand, Nepal, Afghanistan, Taskent and up to Istanbul
and Israel.
Legacy of Jambu Dweep, Aryavart kshetre or
Bharatvarsh have been very opulent. It is tolerant at all
levels of life. India of Britisher's is intolerant. It is more
pronounced today and it began after partition. Bharat,
the land of the king "Bharat" is tolerant and India, the
land of the "East India Company" remained intolerant.
However, there is no denying of the fact that Bharat of
the past had the absolute spirit of tolerance. All arrogant
and dictatorial kings vanished - Ravan, Kans, Mughals,
Britishers etc were removed by comparatively very small
in magnitude and insignificant forces which they
considered as nonentity before them viz Ram, Krishna
and Mahatma Gandhi.
Notwithstanding, umpteen invasions in the past thousand
years or so, we have not compromised with our spirit of
tolerance. May be, the occidental countries have failed
greatly on this count; examples are 9/11 of USA, terrorist
attacks on France, Russia etc. Our heritage is tolerance
and peaceeven while dealing with terrorists and
infiltrators. From time immemorial, our holy land has
thought over the betterment of all human beings without
any discrimination. Practically, in India, many religious
sects have been intolerant towards other religious sects
and have created havoc for internal security but
government at centre and states have always adopted
the middle path of tolerance in handling the law and
order situation. A section of society plays dirty tricks to
break the tolerant fabric of the nation by some
unscrupulous acts citing intolerance in the country, but


they failed miserably. Their 'selective outrage' and

'created intolerance' were understood by nation.
We have unshakable faith in peace and in all those
elements that are conducive to peace. Ours is a
philosophy of universal prosperity and betterment..sarve
bhavantu sukhinah. Vasudhaiva kutumbakam is the nub
of our philosophy. Hindu does not represent a sect; it is
a way of life that includes the whole mankind. The
present ruling party in the centre is sometimes named as
right wing party, meaning thereby, intolerant towards
some others. We have rich history of prosperous ancient
India, which had world's mightiest rulers, but we never
invaded any country, never established any colony. It is
simply just because, Hindus are tolerant from core of
their being. If, Bhartiy Janta Party is mostly a Hindu
party (often blamed by other political parties), how can
it be intolerant, when Hindus are tolerant. Our Prime
Minister has not even once addressed citing their castes
as Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christians as has been denoted
by every Prime Minister and Leader in the past, instead
always addressed them "my 125 crore Bharat vasiyon
(citizens)". How can they be stamped as intolerant? My
humble request is to leave this shameful politics and
work towards the peace and prosperity of citizens of
Those wanting to save this world from imminent disaster
of mass destruction, must adopt in totality the measures
for strengthening the human values in children whom
we are going to handover this present world in the
coming times. It is only possible when we replace a
fractured psyche with a creative outlook and philosophy
of life. In sum, the word mankind should replace my
country, my people for the expansion of a global
awareness. One of my friends was assuring me that
Bharat is a blessed land, for the reason that after a long
British rule and 67 years of post-independence rule, we
have no place to go, we live in constant social and
political conflicts, intolerance, injustice, poverty,
illiteracy and all sorts of deprivation for no fault of ours.
My firm belief is that Bharat in now marching with many
initiatives of game changing reforms to transform into a
productive and fortunate digital Bharat. No one should
doubt that our PM is real statesman, a competent world
leader, a visionary with solutions for Bharat and we are
going to be a global Guru with a bright and prosperous
Ashok Vasudeva

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And whenever the mind unsteady and restless strays away from the Spirit, let him ever and forever lead
it again to the Spirit.
Thus joy supreme comes to the Yogi whose heart is still, whose passions are peace, who is pure from sin,
who is one with Brahman, with God.
The Yogi who pure from sin ever prays in this harmony of soul soon feels the joy of Eternity, the infinite
joy of union with God. --Bhagavad Gita 6:26-28


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T;ksfr"k esa olar iapeh

gj iapeh frfFk fdlh u
fdlh nsork dks lefiZr gSA
clar iapeh dks eq[;r% ljLorh
iwtu ds fufek gh ekuk x;k
gSA bl _rq esa izd`fr dks bZ'oj
iznk ojnku [ksrksa esa gfj;kyh
,oa ikS/kksa ,oa o`{kksa ij iYyfor
iq"iksa vkSj Qyksa ds :i esa Li"V
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tM+ nkfguh Hkwtk ij cka/kus ls bl jkf'k okys gj {ks=k esa
lQy gksaxsA

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#nzk{k ls djsa jksxksa dk bZykt

#nzk{k esa lekfgr fnO; vk/;kfRed peRdkjh 'kf
#nzk{k /kkj.k djus okys O;f ds thou esa ldkjkRed tkZ
iznku dj mls le`f)] 'kkafr vkSj lQyrk iznku djrh gSA
vki pkgs fdlh Hkh dk;Z {ks=k ls lacaf/kr gksa #nzk{k /kkj.k
djus ls vki ykHkkfUor vo'; gksxsaA #nzk{k dk laca/k ije
dY;k.kdkjh f'ko ls gS ;g f'ko dk fiz; vkHkw"k.k gSA
#nzk{k tgk x`gLFk euq";ksa ds fy;s lkalkfjd lq[k vkSj
mUufr iznku djus okyk gS ogha ;g lU;kfl;ksa dks ijekuUn]
lk/kuk esa lQyrk vkSj eks{k Hkh iznku djrk gSA
#nzk{k ,d fo'ks"k fdLe dk izkd`frd taxyh Qy gSA
jklk;fud la?kVu ds n`f"Vdks.k ls blesa 50-024 izfr'kr
dkcZu] 0-1461 izfr'kr ukbVkt
s u] 17-798 izfr'kr gkbMkt
s u
vkSj 30-4531 izfr'kr vkWDlhtu dk lekos'k gS rFkk blesa
vY;wfefu;e] dSfYl;e] Dyksjhu] rkack] dksckYV] fudsy]
ykgS ] eSxuht] QkLQksjsl] iksVSf'k;e] lksfM;e] flfydu
&vkDlkbM] ftad bR;kfn rRo Vsl byhesaV~l Hkh vfr
lw{e ek=kk esa ik, tkrs gSaA vkDlhtu dh i;kZIr ek=kk gksus
ds dkj.k ;g ,d vkS"kf/k Hkh gSA #nzk{k ds eq[kksa ds vuqlkj
'kkL=kksa esa blds egRo vkSj fcekfj;ksa ij blds izHkko dk
mYys[k izkIr gksrk gSA
1- ,deq[kh #nzk{k lw;Z }kjk 'kkflr gS vkSj blds
nsork f'ko gSaA 'kqHk Qyksa dh izkfIr o lHkh vfj"Vksa ds
fuokj.k gsrq bls /kkj.k fd;k tkrk gSA ;g eq[;r% FkzkEs cksfll]
ew=kk'k; dh iFkjh] lkl jksx] n; jksx] us=k o Ropk jksx]
uklwj] vip] jrkSa/kh vkfn esa mi;ksxh gSA
2 nkseq[kh #nzk{k nsoh ikoZrh vkSj nsork 'kadj Lo:i
vFkkZr v/kZukjh'oj :i gSA bls /kkj.k djus ls 'kjhj dh
vusd O;kf/k;ka nwj gks tkrh gSaA nkseq[kh #nzk{k panzek dk
izfrfuf/kRo djrk gSA vr% panzek ds dkj.k mRiUu jksxksa ls
eqf ds fy, bls /kkj.k fd;k tkrk gSA ;g eq[;r% n;
vkSj QsQM+s ds jksx] ckbZa vka[k ds fodkj] Y;wdsfe;k] ;d`r]
Lru fodkj] Le`fr uk'k] ew=kk'k; ds fodkj esa ykHknk;d
3- rhu eq[kh #nzk{k lk{kkr vfXu dk Lo:i gSA bls
lkfRod] jktlh vkSj rkelh rhuksa 'kf;ksa dk vFkkZr
czk&fo".kq&egs'k dk Lo:i] bPNk] Kku vkSj f;k dk
'kfe; :i rFkk i`Foh] vkdk'k vkSj ikrky {ks=ksa ls lacfa kr
ekuk x;k gSA ;g #nzk{k eaxy xzg }kjk 'kkflr gSA ;g j
fodkj] jpki] gStk] Nys] lwtu] detksjh] vka[k dh j{kk]
j okfguh dh 'kqf)] ;kSu xzafFk vkSj vf/ko`Dd xzafFk ds

jksx] lnhZ vkfn lHkh jksxksa esa mi;ksxh gSA

4- pkjeq[kh #nzk{k Lo;a czk Lo:i gSA ;g pkjksa osnksa
dk |ksrd] /keZ] vFkZ] dke vkSj eks{k iznku djus okyk rFkk
vHkh"V flf)iznk;d ije xq.kdkjh #nzk{k gSA pkjeq[kh
#nzk{k cq/k xzg }kjk 'kkflr gSA bls /kkj.k djus ls tkrd
dh cqf) dk fodkl gksrk gS] Luk;q ,oa ekufld jksx dk
uk'k gksrk gSA ;g dku] xyk] ukd ds jksx] ydok] ;kSu
leL;k,a] fikk'k; ds jksx] Le`fr&uk'k] lc euksfodkj]
gkFk] Hkqtk] QsQM+s vkSj vcnq xzafFk ds jksxksa esa mi;ksxh gSA
5- ikapeq[kh #nzk{k Lo;a dkykfXu #nz dk Lo:i gSA
;g iap&czk dk Lo:i vkSj iaprRoksa dk izrhd Hkh gSA ;g
nq [ k nkfjnz ; uk'kd] LokLF;o/kZ d ] vk;q " ;o/kZ d ]
loZdY;k.kdkjh] eaxyiznkrk] iq.;nk;d ,oa vHkh"V flf)
iznk;d gSA ;g c`gLifr xzg dk izfrfuf/kRo djrk gSA ;g
eq[;r% ;d`r jksx] uklwj] vEyrk] jpki] Lru jksx] tka?k
vkSj jh<+ ds jksx] Le`fr fodkl] tyu vkSj n; jksxksa esa
ykHknk;d gSA
6- Ngeq[kh #nzk{k Lo;a f'kodqekj Hkxoku dkfrZds;
vkSj x.ks'k dk Lo:i gSA ;g 'k=kqat; #nzk{k ds uke ls Hkh
tkuk tkrk gS D;ksafd ;g xqIr ,oa izdV 'k=kqvksa dk uk'k
djrk gSA Ngeq[kh #nzk{k 'kq xzg }kjk 'kkflr gSA daB]
xzhok] ew=k fiaM] ;kSu vo;o] voVq xzafFk ds jksx] tyksnj]
us=k jksx] xHkZ /kkj.k esa dfBukbZ] vip] lafkokr] j okfguh
o raf=kdkvksa esa #dko vkfn jksxksa esa blls ykHk gksrk gSA
7 ;g lIr_f"k;ksa dk izrhd gSA ;g ekuo ds lkr
vkoj.kksa i`Foh] ty] ok;q] vkdk'k] vfXu] egRo vkSj vgadkj
ds nks"k dks feVkrk gSA blds nsork lIRef=kdk] y{eh]
vuax] vuar liZjkt vkSj egklsu dkfrZds; gSa- lkreq[kh
#nzk{k 'kfu }kjk 'kkflr gSA ;g detksjh] isV dk nnZ]
ydok] fexhZ] cf/kjrk] xHkZikr o L=kh jksx] laf/kokr] oh;Z
'kqf) o vkstl ds izokg esa ykHk igqpkrk gSA
8- vkBeq[kh #nzk{k lk{kkr fouk;d x.ks'k Lo:i
gSA bls cVqd HkSjo dk :i Hkh ekuk x;k gSA bls /kkj.k
djus okys O;f dh j{kk vkB nsfo;ka djrh gSa] mls vkBksa
izdkj dh izd`fr;ksa Hkwfe] vkdk'k] ty] vfXu] ok;q] eu]
cqf) vkSj vgadkj ij fot; izkIr gksrh gS] vkBksa fn'kkvksa
dh ck/kkvksa ls O;f dks cpko gksrk gSA jkgw bldk xzg
ekuk x;k gS- ;g raf=kdk ra=k ds jksx] izksLVsV] fikk'k;]
QsQM+s] liZHk;] eksfr;kfcan] gkbZMkslhy] lkl lEcU/kh jksx
'ks"k vxys vad esa
vkfn esa ykHknk;d gSA

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Stephen Knapp
By investigating the knowledge and
viewpoints in the many topics found in Vedic
culture we can certainly see that the practice and
utilization of this Vedic knowledge can indeed
assist us in many ways. In regard to all the trouble
we presently find in this world, maybe it is time to
look at things through a different and deeper view
to find the answers and directions that are so
needed. The knowledge and understandings of this
great Vedic culture may indeed be what will help
us see through the fog of confusion that seems to
envelope so much of society.
What we find in Vedic culture are areas of
study, progress and expression that are as relevant
today for human advancement as they were
hundreds or thousands of years ago. India and its
Vedic culture has contributed much to the world,
such as its music, beautiful forms of art and
architecture, martial arts, astronomy, holistic
medicine in Ayurveda, and the mathematical
system based on the number ten, along with its
yoga and philosophy. In the United States, yoga
has exploded into a three billion dollar industry. A
recent survey (at the time of this writing in 2005)
showed that 16.5 million people are practicing
yoga, or 7.5 percent of the United States. Also, the
Yoga Journal magazine has grown from a
circulation of 90,000 in 1998, to 170,000 in 2000,
to 325,000 in 2005.
Vedic mathematics is another example of its
contribution to world progress. It is an ancient
development that continues to play an important
part in modern society. Without the advancements
in math that had been established by Vedic culture
as far back as 2500 BC and passed along to others,
such as the Greeks and Romans, we would not have
many of the developments and inventions that we
enjoy today. The Greek alphabet, for example, was
a great hindrance to calculating. The Egyptians also
did not have a numerical system suitable for large
calculations. For the number 986 they had to use
23 symbols. Even after the Greeks, the Romans
also were in want of a system of mathematical


calculations. Only after they adopted the Indian

system that was called Arabic numerals did they
find what they needed. Weights and measures and
scales with decimal divisions had been found from
that period which were quite accurate.
The difference was that Vedic mathematics
had developed the system of tens, hundreds,
thousands, etc., and the basis of carrying the
remainder of one column of numbers over to the
next. This made for easy calculations of large
numbers that was nearly impossible in other
systems, as found with the Greeks, Romans,
Egyptians and even Chinese. The Vedic system had
also invented the zero, which has been called one
of the greatest developments in the history of
The numeral script from India is said to have
evolved from the Brahmi numerals. This spread to
Arabia through traders and merchants, and from
there up into Europe and elsewhere. It became
known as the Arabic numerals, yet the Arabians
had called them "Indian figures" (Al-Arqan-AlHindu) and the system of math was known as
hindisat, or the Indian art.
Vedic culture already had an established
mathematical system that had been recorded in the
Shulba Sutras. These are known to date back at
least to the 8th century BC, if not much earlier.
The name Shulba Sutras meant "codes of rope".
This was because such calculations were used for
measuring precise distances for altars and temple
structures by using lengths of rope.
The Shulba Sutras were actually a portion of
a larger text on mathematics known as the Kalpa
Sutras. These and the Vedic mathematicians were
recognized for their developments in arithmetic and
algebra. Indians were the first to use letters of the
alphabet to represent unknowns. But they were
especially known for what they could do in
geometry. In fact, geometrical instruments had been
found in the Indus Valley dating back to 2500 BC.
Furthermore, what became known as the
Pythagorean theorem was already existing in the

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Baudhayana, the earliest of the Shulba Sutras. This

was presented by Pythagoras around 540 BC after
he discovered it in his travels to India. So this shows
the advanced nature of the Vedic civilization.
After the Shulba Sutras, Vedic mathematics
enjoyed further development in the field of Jyotish,
Vedic astronomy, which used all forms of math.
Indian mathematicians continued creating systems
that were not known in Europe until much later in
the Renaissance period. For example, Aryabhatta
in the 5th century introduced sines and versed sines,
and is credited as the inventor of algebra. He is
said to be the first to state that the Earth travels
around the sun. However, the ancient Vedic texts
have described this many years earlier, which
shows the wisdom of the early Vedic seers.
Aryabhatta was followed by Brahmagupta
(7th century) who was the great mathematician that
especially developed the use of zero and was the
first to use algebra to solve problems in astronomy.
Next was Mahavira (9th century) who made great
strides in the use of fractions and figuring out how
to divide one fraction by another. Then there was
Bhaskara II (12th century) who made progress in
spherical trigonometry and principles of calculus
before Newton by 500 years. He used it to
determine the daily motion of planets.
The Vedic system of math, as explained in
the sutras, also reduced the number of steps in
calculations to merely a few that otherwise required
many steps by conventional methods. Thus, this
ancient science is still worthy of study today.
In 600 BCE, Sushruta recorded complicated
surgeries like cesareans, cataract, artificial limbs,
fractures, urinary stones and even plastic surgery
and brain surgery. Usage of anesthesia was well
known in ancient India. Over 125 surgical
instruments were used. Deep knowledge of
anatomy, physiology, etiology, embryology,
digestion, metabolism, genetics and immunity is
also found in many texts.
A well-developed medical system was in
existence by the 1st century A.D. Progress in
medicine led to developments in chemistry and the
production of medicine, alkaline substances and
glass. Colorfast dies and paints were developed to


remain in good condition over the centuries. The

paintings in the caves of Ajanta are a testimony to
Vedic art is another ancient development that
still holds much appreciation in modern times. Art
in the Vedic tradition was never a mere
representation of an artist's imagination. It was
always a vehicle to convey higher truths and
principles, levels of reality that may exist beyond
our sense perception. It was always used to bring
us to a higher purpose of existence and awareness.
In this way, it was always sacred and beheld the
sacred. Still today it is used to allow others to enter
into a transcendental experience. It may also
present the devotional objects of our meditation.
Vedic paintings or symbols are unique in that
they can deliver the same spiritual energy, vibration
and insight that it represents. In other words,
through the meditation and devotional mood of the
artist, the art becomes a manifestation of the higher
reality. In this way, the painting or symbol becomes
the doorway to the spiritual essence contained
within. They are like windows into the spiritual
world. Through that window we can have the
experience of darshan of the Divine or divinities,
God or His associates. Darshan is not merely seeing
the Divine but it is also entering into the exchange
of seeing and being seen by the Divine.
Thus the art, or the Deity, is beyond mundane
principles or ingredients, such as paint, paper, stone
or metal with which it may be made, but it becomes
completely spiritual through which the Deity can
reveal Himself or Herself. Thus, the truth of
spiritual reality can pierce through the darkness of
the material energy and enter our mind and
illuminate our consciousness.
To convey higher realities in paintings and
sculpture, everything has a meaning. The postures,
gestures, colors, instruments or weapons,
everything conveys a principle or purpose, which
often must be explained to those who lack
understanding. Thus, knowing the inner meaning
of the painting increases its depth for those who
can perceive it, which makes it worthy of further
meditation and contemplation.
(Contd. in next issue)


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fo'o dk fo'kkyre~ izkd`frd f'kofyax Hkwrs'oj egknso

Nkhlx<+ dh jkt/kkuh jk;iqj ls djhc 100 fd-ehnwj flgkok ioZr dh rjkbZ vkSj xfj;kcan ds taxyksa esa fLFkr
gS Hkwrs'oj egknsoA izkd`frd :i ls f'kofyax ds vkdkj dh
,d cM+h lh f'kyk vklikl ds bykdksa esa tkx`r egknso ds
:i esa fo[;kr gSA bldh pkbZ Hkh yxkrkj c<+us dh
ekU;rk gSA vkSj dHkh ;gk gkFkh ij cSBdj tehunkj
vfHk"ksd fd;k djrs FksA
lkou ds ifo=k eghus
esa ;gk rhFkZ ;kf=k;ksa dh
la[;k c<+ tkrh gS oSls lky
Hkj jktkkuh ls yksx ogk
tkrs gSaA jk;iqj ls yxHkx
45 fd-eh- dh ;k=kk r;
djrs gh vkrh gS rhFkZ uxjh
jkftoykspu vkSj egknso ds
eafnjksa ds fy, izfl/n uxjh
jkfte esa ifo=k laxe
Hkh gSA ;gk yxHkx 2 fdeh pkSM+h egkunh] iSjh vkSj lksU/kqj
unh ds laxe ds chp izkphu dqys'oj egknso dk
efUnj gSA 'krkfCn;ksa ls ck<+ dh ekj >syus ds ckotwn
efUnj tl dk rl~ [kM+k gSA ;gk gj lky ljdkjh dqaHk
yxrk gSA ljdkjh ;kus ljdkj }kjk vk;ksftr vkSj izk;ksftr
dqaHkA jkfte ls vkxs fudyrs gh yxHkx 20 fd-eh- nwj
fLFkr gS xzke ikaMqdk tks egf"kZ egs'k dh tUe LFkyh gSA
ikaMqdk ls vkxs fudyus ds ckn jkLrk csgn [kqclwjr
gks tkrk gSA taxyksa ds chp xqtjrh lM+d ykWx Mkbo dk
vlyh etk nsrh gSA jkLrs esa iSjh unh ij cus NksVs&NksVs
LVkWi Mse Hkh gSaA ;s lkjk bykdk iSjh gkbMy izkstsDV dh
Mqcku esa gSA lM+d fdukjs ds taxy vkSj taxy ds ihNs
cy[kkrh iSjh unh dh jsr utj vk thr gSA dbZ txg unh
lM+d ds djhc cgrh gSA
xfj;kcan flagkok ioZr J`a[kyk dh rjkbZ esa clk gSA

flgkok ioZr ls egkunh Hkh fudyh gS vkSj ;gk J`axh]

vafxjk] ykse'k] vfiz;] dfiy] okfYedh vkSj erax tSls
cM+s&cM+s _f"k;ksa ds vkJe FksA ufn;ksa vkSj igkM+ksa ls f?kjk gS
xfj;kcanA ;gka ls pan fdyksehVj nwj taxyksa ds chp n'kZu
gks tkrs gSa Hkxoku HkksyukFk ds lcls cM+s izkd`frd f'kofyax
dsA bl egknso dh pkbZ dk fooj.k 1952 esa izdkf'kr
dY;k.k rhFkkaZd ds i`"B ekad 408 ij feyrk gS mldh
pkbZ 35 QhV vkSj O;kl
150 QhV mYysf[kr gSA
78 esa f'ko'kadj us bldh
pkbZ 40 QhV crkbZA 87
esa 55 QhV vkSj 94 esa
fQj ls FksMksykbV e'khu
ls uki djus ij 62 QhV
vkSj mldk O;kl 290
QhV feykA vklikl ds
xzkeh.kksa dh ekU;rk gS fd
f'kofyax dh pkbZ c<+
jgh gSA Nkhlx<+ bfrgkl ifj"kn~ ds v/;{k MkW- nhid 'kekZ
dk dguk gS fd f'kofyax ij dHkh Nwjk {ks=k ds tehunkj
gkFkh ij p<+dj vfHk"ksd fd;k djrs FksA f'kofyax ij ,d
gYdh lh njkj Hkh gS ftls dbZ yksx bls v/kZukjh'oj dk
Lo:i Hkh ekurs gSaA ogha eafnj ifjlj cu x;k gSA ftlesa
NksVs&NksVs dkQh eafnj cuk fn, x, gSaA eafnjksa vkSj ml
ifjlj dks jk;iqj ds iz[;kr lekt lsoh MkWDVj c`teksgu
'kekZ us dkQh [kpZ dj [kqclwjr cuk fn;k gSA f'kofyax ds
uhps NksVh lh xqQk tkrh gS os dejs esa cny tkrh gSA yksxksa
us ;gk lQsn lkiksa dk tks?k ns[kk gSA ;gk dh izkd`frd NVk
vn~Hkwr gSA yxHkx 50 fdyksehVj vkxs tkus ij ,d csgn
[kqclwjr ck/k lhdklkj gSA igkM+ksa ls f?kjs ck/k dh [kqclwjrh
ns[krs gh curh gSA ckk dk ikuh ogk dh ijrnkj pkuksa
dks dkVdj n'kZuh; ?kkVh dk vkdkj ns pqdk gSA ?kus taxyksa
dh [kqclwjrh ,d ubZ rktxh vkSj ,d u;k ,glkl ns nsrh gSA

CHARITY : He that does everything for Me, whose supreme object I am, who worships Me,
being free from attachment and without hatred to any creature, this man, Arjuna!, comes to Me.
Bhagavad Gita 11:55



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Our kidneys are super important for our health.
They filter our blood, produce hormones, absorb
minerals, produce urine, eliminate toxins, and
neutralize acids. So as one of the most important
organs in your body, your kidneys deserve some
Damage or steady decline of your kidneys can often
go unnoticed for years as your kidneys can still do
their job with as little as 20% of their capacity.
Therefore kidney diseases are often referred to as
"The Silent Diseases". That's why it is so important
to take care of them before it is too late.
Here's a list of 10 common habits that put a lot of
pressure on your kidneys and can cause serious
damage over time.
1. Not Drinking Enough Water
Your kidney's most important function is to filter
blood and eliminate toxins and waste materials.
When you don't drink enough plain water during
the day toxins and waste material start to
accumulate and can cause severe damage to your
2. Too Much Salt In Your Diet
Your body needs sodium or salt to work properly.
Most people however consume too much salt
which may raise blood pressure and put a lot of
stress on the kidneys. As a good rule of thumb, no
more than 5 grams of salt should be eaten on a
daily basis.
3. Frequently Delaying the Call Of Nature
Many of us ignore the urge to go because they are
too busy or want to avoid public bathrooms.
Retaining urine on a regular basis increases urine
pressure and can lead to kidney failure, kidney
stones, and incontinence. So listen to your body
when nature calls.
4. Kick the Sugar Habit
Scientific studies show that people who consume
2 or more sugary drinks a day are more likely to
have protein in their urine. Having protein in your
urine is an early sign your kidneys are not doing
their job as they should.
5. Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies
Eating a clean, whole food diet full of fresh


vegetables and fruits is important for your overall

health and a good kidney function. Many
deficiencies can increase the risk of kidney stones
or kidney failure. Vitamin B6 and magnesium, for
instance, are super important to reduce the risk of
kidney stones. An estimated 60 to70 percent of
Indians isn't getting enough magnesium, so there
may be a good chance that you are one of them.
6. Too Much Animal Protein
Over consumption of protein, especially red meat
increases the metabolic load on your kidneys. So
more protein in your diet means your kidneys have
to work harder and this can lead to kidney damage
or dysfunction over time.
7. Sleep Deprivation
We have all heard how important it is to get a good
night's rest. Chronic sleep deprivation is linked to
many diseases and kidney diseases are also on the
list. During the night your body repairs damaged
kidney tissue, so give your body the time to heal
and repair itself.
8. Coffee Habit
Just as salt, caffeine can raise blood pressure and
put extra stress on your kidneys. Over time
excessive consumption of coffee can cause damage
to your kidneys.
9. Painkiller Abuse
Way too many people take painkillers for their
small aches and pains, while there are many allnatural, safe remedies available. Excessive use or
painkiller abuse can lead to severe damage of liver
and kidneys.
10. Alcohol Consumption
Although there is nothing wrong with enjoying a
glass of wine or having a beer once in a while,
most of us don't stop after just one drink. Alcohol
is actually a legal toxin that puts a lot of stress on
our kidneys and liver.
To stay healthy and avoid kidney issues it is
important to eat lots of fresh, whole foods and if
you keep the above information in mind and avoid
these common habits as much as possible, your
kidneys will not be under constant stress and your

body will thank you for that.


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vkS"k/kh; xq.kksa ls Hkjiwj gS vnj[k

rRo u"V gks tkrs gSaA
vnj[k ds ikSf"Vd rRo %
100 xzke vnj[k esa dkcksZgkbMsV 12-3 xzke] izksVhe
24 xzke] olk 0-8 xzke js'kk 2-50 xzke] dSfY'k;e 20
feyhxzke] QkLQksjl 60 fe-xzk-] vk;ju 26 fe-xzk-] foVkfeu
, 40 vkbZ-;w-] ueh 80-9 xzke vkfn rRo ik, tkrs gSaA
vnj[k ds dqN vkS"k/kh; iz;ksx %
isV ds jksxksa esa %
vnj[k Nhydj NksVs&NksVs VqdM+ksa esa dkVsaA dqN Nqvkjs ds
VqdM+s] fd'kfe'k] /kfu;k] thjk] byk;ph] lsa/kk ued]
iqnhuk vkSj dkyh fepZ dks FkksM+s ikuh feykdj ihl ysaA
gYdh vkap ij idk,a] ckn esa uhcw dk jl MkysaA bls
Hkkstu ds lkFk ;k oSls gh pkVsa] ;g Hkw[k dks tkx`r
djsxk A
cngteh] isV dk nnZ] ,saBu] nLr] isV Qwyuk vkSj vU;
isV vkSj vka=k leL;kvksa esa vnj[k dk VqdM+k eqag esa
j[kdj /khjs&/khjs pwlsaA
dSalj izfrjks/kh %
blesa ,aVh&vksfDlMsaV xq.k Hkh gksrs gS] blds lsou ls dSalj
cpko esa lgk;d ,atk;e lf; gks tkrs gSA bl xq.k ds
dkj.k dSalj ls Hkh cpk tk ldrk gSA vnj[k ds ikmMj dk
lsou djus ls efgykvksa ds xHkkZ'k; ds fMEcxzfa Fk vksofs j;u
ds dSalj dh dksf'kdkvksa esa dSalj dksf'kdk u"V gks tkrh gSA
tqdke o lkal dh leL;kvksa esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx
rhu xzke vnj[k ] ipkl xzke dkyh fepZ] Ng xzke
feJh dks dwVdj ,d di ikuh esa vksVk ysa o pkSFkkbZ
di jgus ij pk; dh rjg xje ih,aA Toj] ok;jy
Qhoj] Msaxw o _rq ifjorZu ij gksus okys cq[kkj] xys esa
[kjk'k esa vnjd dk jl nks pEep vkSj ,d pEep
'kgn] lkSaB] dkyh fepZ ihldj feyk,a vkSj gYdk xje
dj pVk,aA 'kjhj nnZ] dQ] [kkalh o bUyq,atk esa 'kh?kz
ykHk gksxkA
lfnZ;ksa esa vnj[k dks xqM+ esa feykdj [kkus ls lnhZ de
yxrh gS rFkk 'kjhj esa xehZ iSnk gksrh gSA lnhZ yxdj
gksus okyh [kkalh dk dQ okyh [kkalh dh ;g vpwd nok
vnj[k dk 'kcZ r % ,d iko feJh dks vk/kk fdyks
ikuh esa Mkydj pk'kuh cuk ysaA fQj iko Hkj vnj[k ds
jl esa idk,aA ,d rkj dh pk'kuh jg tkus ij mlesa nks

lk/kkj.k lh utj vkus okyh eVeSyh xkaBksa okyh

vnj[k Ginger okdbZ xq.kksa dh [kku gSA blds lsou ls
tqdke&cq[kkj ls ysdj tksM+ksa dk nnZ rd esa rqjar Qk;nk
gksrk gSA 'kjhj lkr /kkrqvksa j] j&ekal] esn] eTtk]
vfLFk vkSj 'kq ;k vkst ls cuk gSA buds larqyu ls gh
'kjhj LoLFk cuk jgrk gSA lkrosa /kkrq 'kq ds fuekZ.k esa
vnj[k dk cgqr cM+k ;ksxnku gksrk gSA bl ys[k esa vnjd
ds fpfdRlh; xq.kksa dh tkudkjh tk jgh gSA
vk;qosZn ds vuqlkj %
vnj[k xq#] rh{.k] m".koh;Z] vfXu iznhid] dVq jl;q]
ey Hksnd] Hkkjh] xje] mnjkfXu c<+kus okyk] foikd esa ekqj
jl;q] :{k] okr&dQ uk'kd gksrk gSA
vnj[k ] gYnh vkfn vkS"kf/k;ksa ds lsou ls BaM dk
le; LokLF; ds fy, mke gksrk gSA detksj thou 'kf
okys yksx tqdke] xys vkSj QsQM+s ls lEcaf/kr jksxksa dk
f'kdkj gks tkrs gSaA ,sls esa vnj[k ,d csgrj nok fl)
gksrh gSA
vnj[k ds xq.k %
vnj[k [kkus ds VsLV dks csgrj cukus ds lkFk&lkFk
ikpu f;k dks Hkh nq#Lr j[krk gSA
vnj[k ds VqdM+ksa ij lsa/kk dkyk ued vkSj uhacw Mky
dj [kkus ls thHk vkSj xyk lkQ gksrk gS vkSj Hkkstu ds
izfr v:fp feVrh gSA
izfrfnu ;fn Hkkstu ls igys vnjd dk jl ih;k tk,
rks ;g Hkkstu dks ipk nsrk gS vkSj xys vkSj thHk ds
dSalj ls Hkh cpkrk gSA
vnjd dh pk; tqdke] [kkalh] dQ] fljnnZ] dej nnZ]
ilyh vkSj Nkrh dh ihM+k nwj djrh gS A
vnj[k esa thok.kqvksa ds ekjus ds Bksl vkSj dQ vojkskh
xq.k ik, x, gSaA
vnj[k cM+h vkr esa ik, tkus okyh cSDVhfj;k dk c<+uk
jksd nsrk gS ftlds dkj.k xSl ls jkgr feyrh gSA
vnj[k esa fdlh Hkh pht dks lajf{kr djus ds xq.k
izkd`frd :i ls ik, tkrs gSaA
dPps vnj[k ds vykok blds lw[ks gq, :i ^lksaB* dks
Hkh mi;ksx esa fy;k tkrk gSA bls 'kgn esa feyk dj ysuk
Js"Bre gSA
LokLF; dh n`f"V ls vnj[k vkSj lksaB nksuksa gh ykHknk;d
gksrs gSa] ysfdu lq[kkus ij vnj[k esa ekStwn dbZ rSyh;


tuojh 2016

nkar o nk<+ ds nnZ esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %

lnhZ ds dkj.k gksus okys nkar o nk<+ ds nnZ esa vnj[k ds
VqdM+s nckdj jl pwlus ls ykHk gksrk gSA
eqag dh nqxaZ/k esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
,d fxykl xje ikuh esa ,d pEep vnj[k dk jl
feykdj dqYys djus ls eqag ls nqxaZ/k vkuh can gks tkrh gSA
fljnnZ esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
lnhZ ds dkj.k fljnnZ gks rks lksaB dks ?kh ;k ikuh esa
f?kldj flj ij ysi djus ls vkjke feyrk gSA
ftu yksxksa dks vk/kh lhlh dk nnZ gks og ,d uhcw dk
jl vkSj vk/kk pEep vnj[k dk jl ys vkjke feysxkA
isV nnZ esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
,d xzke filh gqbZ lksaB] FkksM+h lh ghax vkSj lsa/kk ued
dh Qadh xje ikuh ds lkFk ysus ls Qk;nk gksrk gSA
irys nLr esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
vk/kk di mcyrs gq, xje ikuh esa ,d pEep vnj[k
dk jl feykdj ,d&,d ?kaVs ds varjky ij ihus ls ikuh
dh rjg gks jgs irys nLr iwjh rjg can gks tkrs gSaA
coklhj esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
lksaB dk pw.kZ NkN esa feykdj ihus ls v'kZ coklhj
eLls esa ykHk gksrk gSA
dQ fu"dklu esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
;fn [kkalh ds lkFk dQ dh Hkh f'kdk;r gS rks jkr dks
lksrs le; nw/k esa vnj[k Mkydj mckydj fi,aA ;g
izf;k djhc 15 fnuksa rd viuk,aA blls lhus esa tek
dQ vklkuh ls ckgj fudy vk,xkA
okr jksxksa ls eqf gsrq %
izfrfnu cukbZ tkus okyh lfCt;ksa esa vnj[k dk mi;ksx
vPNk gksrk gSA blls 'kjhj ds gksus okys okr jksxksa ls eqf
feyrh gSA
lko/kkfu;ka %
vnj[k ,d fnu esa ikap ls nl xzke] lksaB dk pw.kZ ,d
ls rhu xzke] jl ikap ls nl ls feyhyhVj] jl vkSj
'kcZr nl ls rhl feyhyhVj rd gh lsou djuk pkfg,A
ftu O;f;ksa dks xzh"e _rq esa xeZ izd`fr dk Hkkstu u
iprk gks dq"B] jfik] ihfy;k] Toj] ?kko] 'kjhj ls
jlzko dh fLFkfr] ew=kd`PN] tyu tSlh chekfj;ksa esa
bldk lsou ugha djuk pkfg,A
[kwu dh mYVh gksus ij vnj[k dk lsou ugha djuk
pkfg, vkSj ;fn vko';drk gks rks de ls de ek=k esa
iz;ksx djuk pkfg,A

xzke vlyh dslj Mkydj cksry esa Hkj ysaA bls NksVs
cPpksa dks Hkh fiyk;k tk ldrk gSA lqcg lsou djus ij
;g Hkw[k tkx`r djrk gS vkSj lnhZ&tqdke] [kkalh vkSj
'okl ds jksfx;ksa ds fy, Qk;nsean gSA cPpksa esa vip]
nLr vkfn esa ykHknk;d gSA
lqUnj Ropk ds fy, vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
vnj[k Ropk dks vkd"kZd o pednkj cukus esa enn
djrk gSA lqcg [kkyh isV ,d fxykl xquxqus ikuh ds lkFk
vnj[k dk ,d VqdM+k [kk,aA blls u dsoy vkidh Ropk esa
fu[kkj vk,xk cfYd cq?kik Hkh tYnh ugha vk,xk A
fgpdh esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
vnj[k ds NksVs&NksVs VqdM+s eqag esa j[kdj pwlus ls
fgpfd;ka vkuh can gks tkrh gSaA
nnZ fuokj.k esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
rkts vnj[k dks ihldj nnZ okys tksM+ksa o isf'k;ksa ij
bldk ysi djds ij ls ih ck/k nsaA blls ml tksM+
dh lwtu o nnZ rFkk eklisf'k;ksa dk nnZ Hkh de gks
tkrk gSA
tksM+ksa ds nnZ esa 100 feyh vnj[k dk rsy o jl vkSj 50
feyh fry ds rsy dks LVhy ds Hkxksus esa eanh vkap ij
idk,aA ikuh ds iwjs ty tkus ij rsy 'ks"k jg tk,xkA
bls BaMk gksus nsa vkSj cksry esa Hkjdj j[k ysaA tksM+ks ds
nnZ esa ekfy'k djrs le; blesa 10 xzke ghax vkSj nl
xzke ued Hkh feyk,a] nnZ esa 'kh?kz gh Qk;nk gksxkA
vnj[k dh pk; % ikap xzke vnj[k dwVdj iko Hkj
ikuh esa idk,aA vk/kk iko ikuh jgus ij pk; dh ikh]
nw/k vkSj phuh feykdj ih,aA ;g dQ] [kkalh] tqdke]
fljnnZ] dej nnZ] ekalisf'k;ksa esa nnZ] xfB;k] flj nnZ]
ekbxzsu ilyh vkSj Nkrh dh ihM+k nwj djrh gS vkSj
ilhuk ykdj jkse fNnzksa dks [kksyrh gSA
mYVh oeu esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
vnj[k vkSj I;kt dk jl leku ek=k esa ihus ls mYVh
oeu gksuk can gks tkrk gSA
fny dh chekfj;ksa esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
vnj[k dk jl vkSj ikuh cjkcj ek=k esa ihus ls n;
jksx esa ykHk gksrk gSA
daB o thHk dh 'kqf/n esa vnj[k dk iz;ksx %
Hkkstu ls iwoZ vnj[k dh drju esa ued Mkydj [kkus
ls [kqydj Hkw[k yxrh gS] #fp iSnk gksrh gS] dQ o ok;q ds
jksx ugha gksrs ,oa daB o thHk dh 'kqf/n gksrh gSA


tuojh 2016

olar iapeh ij fo'ks"k

okLrq vuq:i dSls ltk,a cPpksa dk :e

x`g Lokeh dks vius ?kj ds laiw.kZ okLrq&fopkj ds
lkFk&lkFk vius cPpksa ds dejs ds okLrq dk Hkh /;ku j[kuk
pkfg,A cPpksa dh mUufr ,oa v/;;u ds fy, mudk okLrq
vuqdwy dejs esa fuokl vkSj i<kbZ&fy[kkbZ djuk vko';d
gSA ?kj esa cPpksa dk dejk iwoZ] mkj] if'pe ;k ok;O; esa
gks ldrk gSA fdlh Hkh fLFkfr esa nf{k.k] uS_R; ;k vkXus;
esa cPpksa dk dejk ugha gksuk pkfg,A
;fn cPps ,d ;k mlls vf/kd gksa rks tks cPpk cM+k
gks rFkk egRoiw.kZ fo|ktZu dj jgk gks] ml vuqlkj nhokjksa
dk jax gksuk pkfg,A ;fn nksuksa ge mez gksa rks muds dejs
esa nks fHkUu&fHkUu 'kqHk jaxksa dk iz;ksx fd;k tk ldrk gSA
inksaZ dk jax nhokj ds jax ls FkksM+k xgjk gksuk pkfg,A
cPpksa dk iyax vf/
kd apk ugha gksuk
pkfg, rFkk og bl
rjg ls j[kk tk,
fd cPpks a dk
fljgkuk iwoZ fn'kk
dh vksj gks rFkk iSj
if'pe dh vksjA
fcLrj ds mkj
fn'kk dh vksj Vscy
,oa dq l hZ gks u h
pkfg,A i<+rs le;
cPps dk eqag iwoZ fn'kk dh vksj rFkk ihB if'pe fn'kk dh
vksj gksuh pkfg,A ;fn dEI;wVj Hkh cPps ds dejs esa j[kuk
gks rks iyax ls nf{k.k fn'kk dh vksj vkXus; dks.k esa
dEI;wVj j[kk tk ldrk gSA
;fn cPps ds dejs dk njoktk gh iwoZ fn'kk esa gks rks
iyax nf{k.k ls mkj dh vksj gksuk pkfg,A fljgkuk nf{k.k
esa rFkk iSj mkj esaA ,slh fLFkfr esa dEI;wVj Vscy ds ikl
gh iwoZ dh vksj LVMh Vscy fLFkr gksuh pkfg,A uS_R; dks.k
esa cPpksa dh iqLrdksa dh jSd rFkk muds diM+ksa okyh vyekjh
gksuh pkfg,A
;fn dejs ls gh tqM+s gq, Lukukxkj rFkk 'kkSpky;
j[kuk gks rks if'pe vFkok ok;O; fn'kk esa gks ldrk gSA
cPpksa ds dejs esa i;kZIr jks'kuh vkuh pkfg,A O;oLFkk ,slh

gks fd fnu esa i<+rs le; mUgsa d`f=ke jks'kuh dh vko';drk

gh u gksA tgka rd laHko gks lds] cPpksa ds dejs dh mkj
fn'kk fcydqy [kkyh j[kuk pkfg,A
muds fdrkcksa dh jSd uS_R; dks.k esa fLFkr gks ldrh
gSA f[kM+dh] ,lh rFkk dwyj mkj fn'kk dh vksj gksA cPpksa
ds dejs esa fLFkr fp=k ,oa isafVaXl dh fLFkfr muds fopkjksa
dks izHkkfor djrh gS blfy, fgalkRed] QwgM+ ,oa HkM+dk
isafVaXl ,oa fp=k cPpksa ds dejs esa dHkh ugha gksuk pkfg,A
egkiq#"kksa ds fp=k] ikyrw tkuojksa ds fp=k] izkd`frd
lkSan;Z okys fp=k rFkk isafVaXl cPpksa ds dejs esa gks ldrh gSaA
Hkxoku x.ks'k rFkk ljLorhth dk fp=k dejs ds iwohZ Hkkx
dh vksj gksuk pkfg,A bu nksuksa dh nsoh&nsorkvksa dks cqf)nkrk
ekuk tkrk gS
vr% lkSE; eqnkz esa
Jh x.ks'k rFkk
ljLorh dh isfa Vax
;k fp=k cPpksa ds
dejs esa vo';
cPpk ftl {ks=k esa
dfj;j cukus dk
liuk ns[k jgk gS]
ml dfj;j es a
mPp lQyrk izkIr O;f;ksa ds fp=k vFkok isafVaXl Hkh vki
vius cPpksa ds dejs esa yxk ldrs gSaA ;fn cPpk NksVk gks]
rks dkVwZu vkfn dh isafVaXl yxkbZ tk ldrh gSA
cPpksa ds dejs esa ,slh O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg, fd ?kj esa
gksus okyk 'kksjxqy mUgsa fcydqy ckf/kr u djs vr% cPpksa
ds dejs ls ?kj dh rjQ dksbZ f[kM+dh ;k >jks[kk [kqyk gqvk
ugha gksuk pkfg,A
cPpksa dh Js"B mUufr ds fy, muds dejs dk okLrq
ds vuqdwy gksuk vko';d gSA okLrq vuq:i ifjorZu ls
vkids cPps ds ekufld fodkl ,oa mldh xzg.k {kerk esa
'kqHk ifjorZu utj vk,xkA bl okLrq ifjorZu ds i'pkr
cPpk eu yxkdj i<+sxk rFkk mldk LokLF; Hkh vuqdwy


tuojh 2016

ekfld jkf'kQy 15 tuojh ls 14 Qjojh] 2016 rd

lw;Z edj jkf'k esa lae.k djsxkA eaxy tuojh
es rqyk jkf'k esa vkSj cq/k oh gksdj edj jkf'k esa
Hkze.k djsxk vkSj 28 tuojh dks ekxhZ gksdj iqu% /kuq
jkf'k esa xkspj djsxkA 'kq 18 tuojh dks /kuq jkf'k esa
izos'k djsxkA xq# oh gksdj flag jkf'k esa Hkze.k djsxk
rFkk 'kfu o`f'pd jkf'k esa Hkze.k djsxkA jkgq vkSj dsrq
28 tuojh dks e'k% flag vkSj dqEHk jkf'k esa izos'k
djs a x s A
es " k % bu xzgksa dh fLFkfr ds vk/kkj ij es"k jkf'k
okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk lkekU; dgk tk;sxkA eku lEeku
dh izkfIr bl le; vkidks fey ldrh gSA fL=k;ksa ls
vkidks nwjh cuk;sa j[kus dh vko';drk gSA ljdkjh dk;ksaZ
esa izxfr ds y{k.k utj vkjgs gSA fe=kksa dk lg;ksx vkidks
lQyrk fnyk,xkA /ku Hkko dk Lokeh n'ke esa jgus ls
vkenuh vPNh gksxhA NBs Hkko esa jkgq ds gksus ls LokLF; ds
izfr /;ku nsus dh t#jr gSA dfj;j o O;olk; & O;olk;
djus okyksa ds fy, le; lkekU; gS ysfdu bl ekg dksbZ
u;k O;olk; u 'kq: djsAa oSokfgd thou esa vkidks ijs'kkfu;ksa
dk lkeuk djuk iM+ ldrk gSA izse&izlax ds fy, ;g
eghuk vuqdwy jgsxkA
o` " k % o`"k jkf'k okys tkrdksa ds fy, ;g eghuk vPNk
ekuk tk;sxkA ifjokj esa 'kqHk lekpkj feyus ls [kq'kh dk
ekgkSy jgsxkA efgykvksa ls vkids lEcU/k ekqj gksaxsA
fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, ;g le; ,d u;h fn'kk iznku djsxkA
;k=kk ls ykHk gks ldrk gSA ekg ds izkjEHk esa vkfFkZd fLFkfr
vPNh jgsxhA dej nnZ bl le; vkidks ijs'kku dj ldrh
gSA u, O;olk; izkjEHk djus dk vPNk le; gSA ukSdjh
djus okys vius lg;ksfx;ksa ls esy tksy cuk;s j[ksAa oSokfgd
thou esa lejlrk cusxhA iz.k; lEcU/k esa lko/kkuh cjrsaA
feFkq u % feFkqu jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk vPNk
dgk tk ldrkA ?kj esa fdlh lkaLd`frd dk;Ze dk
vk;kstu gksus ls udkjRed tkZ esa deh gksxhA fcxM+s gq,
dk;Z cusaxsA lkekftd ljksdkj c<+sxk vkSj lekt esa izfr"Bk
c<+sxhA foykflrk ij [kpZ T;knk gksxkA vkfFkZd fLFkfr
etcwr gksxh ysfdu dqN vuko';d [kpZ c<+saxsA dku dh
leL;k ijs'kku dj ldrh gSA ukSdjh is'kk okyksa ds fy, ;g
le; vPNk jgsxkA O;kikj djus okys bl le; cM+k fuos'k
u djsaA oSokfgd thou esa lejlrk vk,xhA izse djus okyksa

dks la;e j[kus dh t#jr gksxhA

ddZ % ddZ jkf'k ds tkrdksa ds fy, ;g eghuk vPNk
ugha jgsxkA tqcku ij fu;U=k.k j[ksa ojuk fdlh ls yM+kbZ gks
ldrh gSA bl o fdlh Hkh dk;Z esa tksf[ke u mBk;saA
ikjokfjd dyg mRiUu gks ldrh gSA lQy gksus ds fy,
dk;Z djus ds rjhds dks cnyuk iMs+xkA lksp le> dj /ku
[kpZ djsa D;ksfd bl le; vkfFkZd fLFkfr fcxM+ ldrh gSA
LokLF; & lj nnZ dh leL;k ls vki xzflr jgsaxsA dfj;j
o O;olk;& ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa dks FkksM+h lh lko/kkuh
cjrus dh vko';drk gS A O;kikj esa izxfr /kheh cuh
jgsxhA oSokfgd fLFkfr & oSokfgd thou esa FkksM+k ruko
mRiUu gks ldrs gSaA izse&izlax & izse djus okyksa ds fy, ;g
eghuk vPNk jgus okyk gSA
fla g % flag jkf'k okys tkrdksa ds fy, ;g eghuk
vPNk ugha dgk tk;sxkA ljdkjh ukSdjh okys yksx dk;ksaZ esa
ykijokgh ds pyrs uqdlku mBk,axAs thou lkFkh ls lg;ksx
u feyus ds dkj.k tkrd O;fFkr jgsxk ftlds dkj.k mls
uqdlku lguk iM+sxkA larku i{k ls vkidks nq[kksa dk lkeuk
djuk iM+ ldrk gSA lkekftd Hkkxhnkjh c<+sxhA vkfFkZd
i{k&/ku ds L=kksr rks [kqysaxs ij /ku dk vkxeu Bhd <ax ls
ugha gksxkA LokLF;&LokLF; esa lq/kkj ds gkykr cusxa As dfj;j
o O;olk;&ukSdjh djus okyksa ds fy, ;g le; FkksM+k
la?k"kZe; jgsxkA O;kikjh oxZ ds yksxks ds fy, Hkh ;g le;
dfBu gSA oSokfgd fLFkfr& oSokfgd lEcU/kks esa khjs&/khjs
dVqrk de gksxhA izse&izlax & dgh ckgj dh ;k=kk djsa izse
esa o`f) gksxhA
dU;k % dU;k jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk lkekU;
dgk tk ldrk gSA tkrd ds dk;ksaZ esa f'kfFkyrk jgsxhA
tkrd cqf) dk mi;ksx Qkyrw ds dkeks esa T;knk djsxkA
esgur ls fd;k x;k deZ lq[knk;h jgsxkA tehu ls ykHk
fey ldrk gSA vkfFkZd i{k&ekg ds izkjEHk esa vkfFkZd
fLFkfr vPNh jgsxh ysfdu ckn esa ijs'kkuh ls tw>uk iM+sxkA
LokLF;&LokLF; esa mFky iqFky jgsxhA dfj;j o O;olk;&
ukSdjh is'kk yksxks dks rjDdh esa ck/kk mRiUu gksxhA O;olk;
esa thoulkFkh dk lg;ksx vkids fy, ykHknk;d fl)
gksxkA oSokfgd fLFkfr& oSokfgd thou lkekU; jgsxkA
izse&izlax & bl le; izse esa okns u djsa ugha rks eqf'dy esa
iM+ ldrs gSaA

tuojh 2016

rq y k % rqyk jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk vPNk dgk

tk ldrkA bl le; tkrd dks HkkX; dk Hkjiwj lg;ksx
feysxkA eku lEeku dh izkfIr bl le; vkidks fey
ldrh gSA vkidks vius thou lkFkh ls jk; ysdj dk;Z
djus ij vf/kd lQyrk izkIr gksxhA vkidks la;e ls de
ysus dh t#jr gS vU;Fkk uqdlku mBkuk iM+ ldrk gSA
vkfFkZd i{k& efgykvksa ds ek/;e ls ku dh izkfIr gksxhA
LokLF;&vki bl le; vPNs LokLF; dk ykHk mBk,axs ysfdu
fnup;kZ fu;fer j[ksaA dfj;j o O;olk;&O;olk; djus
okyksa ds fy, ;g le; vPNk gSA ukSdjh is'kk okyksa dks
vius lg;ksfx;ksa ls lEcU/k vPNs j[kus gksaxsA oSokfgd
fLFkfr&oSokfgd thou esa eu eqVko ds lkFk lEcU/kks esa e/
kqjrk vk,xhA izse&izlax & izse lEcU/kks ds fy, ;g le;
T;knk vPNk ugha jgsxkA
o` f 'pd % bl jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk lkekU;
jgsxkA HkkX; vkids lkFk gksxk ysfdu vkids dk;ksaZ esa
vkyL; vkidks lQy gksus esa vM+pu MkysxhA vkidk
lkekftd nk;jk c<+sxkA larku i{k vkidks O;fFkr dj
ldrk gSA HkkSfrd lq[kksa esa fyIr gksuk vkids fy;s ijs'kkuh
dk dkj.k cu ldrh gSA Hkkb;ksa dk lg;ksx feysxkA vkfFkZd
i{k&bl le; vkidh vkfFkZd fLFkfr mrkj p<+ko cuk
jgsxkA LokLF;&bl le; vkidks vius LokLF; ij /;ku
nsus dh t#jr gSA dfj;j o O;olk; & O;olk; ds fy,
le; vPNk jgsxkA ukSdjh is'kk yksxks dks le; dk ikcUn
gksuk iM+sxkA oSokfgd fLFkfr&oSokfgd laca/kks esa lq/kkj dh
lEHkkouk gSA izse&izlax & izse djus okyksa ds fy, ;g le;
Bhd&Bkd jgsxkA
/kuq % /kuq jkf'k ds fy, ;g eghuk e/;e jgsxkA
fdlh iz'kklfud vf/kdkjh ls djhch fj'rs cu ldrs gSaA
fdlh lg;ksxh ls viuh ckr dgus dk volj izkIr gksxkA
fn;k x;k /ku okil feysxkAlUrku dks ukSdjh vkfn feyus
dh lEHkkouk gSA /kkfeZd dk;ksaZ esa O;o/kku vk ldrk gSA
vkfFkZd i{k&vkenuh ds u, L=kksr cusaxs vkSj vkenuh
vPNh gksxhA LokLF; & Hkkstu ds izfr v#fp cuh jgsxhA
dfj;j o O;olk; & ukSdjh okys yksx vius lg;ksfx;ksa ls
lEcU/k vPNs j[ksaA O;kikj ds fy, ;g le; vPNk jgsxkA
oSokfgd fLFkfr&oSokfgd thou lkekU; jgsxkA izse&izlax &
izsehtu viuk le; cckZn u djsaA
edj % edj jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g le; lkekU;

jgsxkA jktuhfrd yksxksa ds lkFk mBuk&cSBuk gksxkA okgu

ds iz;ksx esa lko/kkuh cjrsaA lQy gksus ds fy, dk;Z djus
ds rjhds dks cnyuk iMs+xkA dksbZ ewY;oku oLrq migkj esa
fey ldrh gSA vkidh lkekftd laosnu'khyrk ds nwjxkeh
ifj.kke fgrdj gksaxsA vkfFkZd i{k& lksp le> dj /ku
[kpZ djsa D;ksfd bl le; vkfFkZd fLFkfr fcxM+ ldrh gSA
LokLF;& bl le; vki ekufld Fkdku ls xzLr jgsaxsA
dfj;j o O;olk;& ukSdjh djus okyksa ds fy, ;g le;
FkksM+k la?k"kZe; jgsxkA O;kij oxZ ds yksxks ds fy, Hkh ;g
le; dfBu gSA oSokfgd fLFkfr& eaxy vkSj lw;Z dh n`f"V
oSokfgd thou esa ruko mRiUu djsaxhA izse&izlax& iz.k;
laca/kks esa vfLFkjrk jgsxhA
dq E Hk % dqaHk jkf'k okys tkrdksa ds fy, ;g eghuk
vPNk ugha jgsxkA osotg fdlh ls u my>s vU;Fkk ifj.kke
udkjRed gh feysxkA vfiz; vfrfFk dk vkxeu gks ldrk
gS] ftlls eu f[kUu gks tk;sxkA lUrku dh vksj ls 'kqHk
lekpkj feyus ds ladsr gSA'k=kqvksa ls lkokkuh cjrus dh
t:jr gS ojuk /ku gkfu gks ldrh gSA vkfFkZd i{k&bl ekg
vkidks vkfFkZd d"V dk lkeuk djuk iM+ ldrk gSA m/kkj
ysus ls ijgst djsaA LokLF;& lsgr ij /;ku ns vU;Fkk cM+s
[kpsZ esa iM+ ldrs gSaA dfj;j o O;olk;&O;olk; djus
okyksa ds fy, le; lkekU; gS ysfdu bl ekg dksbZ u;k
O;olk; u 'kq: djsaA ukSdjh djus okys efgyk lg;ksfx;ksa
ls lEcU/k vPNs j[ksaA oSokfgd fLFkfr&oSokfgd lq[kks dk
vHkko jgsxkA izse&izlax &izse djus okyksa ds fy, ;g le;
Bhd jgsxkA
ehu % ehu jkf'k okyksa ds fy, ;g eghuk lkekU;
jgsxkA cqf)erk iwoZd fy;s x, QSlyksa ls vki yksxks dks
vk'p;Zpfdr dj ldrs gSaA ljdkjh dk;ksaZ esa izxfr ds
vlj utj vkjgs gSA HkkX; vkids lkFk jgsxkA fdlh Hkh
dke dks djus ds fy, T;knk le; yxk,xk ftlls mls
gkfu Hkh mBkuh iM ldrh gSA vkfFkZd i{k& vkenuh vPNh
gksxhA LokLF;& LokLF; ij /;ku nsus dh t#jr gSA dfj;j
o O;olk;&ukSdjh okys tkrdksa ds fy, bl le; FkksM+k
la;e cjrus dh t:jr gSA O;olk; ds fy, ;g le;
lkekU; jgsxkA oSokfgd fLFkfr& thou lkFkh ds Hkjiwj
lg;ksx ls oSokfgd thou vPNk jgsxkA izse&izlax & izse
djus okyksa ds fy, le; FkksM+k eqf'dy Hkjk jgsxkA


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