Dear all,

Hi, hope all are good. This time self isolation is whole in the world. Very critical situation for human. However we cannot find that vaccine? But we can survive. During this time we stay home & watch life how going it?

Some questions around my mind for my life. What I achieved? What I missed? What I find peaceful? Where I find stress? So many questions & answer this time round my mind.

21 days is long stay at home, but we can it for life.

What is your suggestions?



Hope all are good my friends.

This time to eat some pakoda & play with rain. i post here monsoon post, after long time i draft here.

Rainy season starts in India in the month of July when winds of South West Monsoon starts blowing. According to the Hindi month it falls in Asadha and Shawan. Everyone enjoy it a lot as environment becomes so clear, cool and clean because of the fresh air and rainy water. Plants, trees and grasses become so green and look very attractive. New leaves are arising to the plans and trees as they get natural water after a long time of hottest summer. The whole environment gives a greenery look all around which is very nice for the eyes.

Rainy season brings my lots of favourite festivals like Raksha Banhan, 15 August, Teej, Dussehra, etc. We also enjoy eating lots of fresh fruits and well ripe mangoes in this season. I never want to lose this season. My wife cook lots of delicious dishes (such as pakaude, edli, halwa, tea, coffee, sandwich, etc) to us while its raining.

Happy Monsoon.

RAM Navami

Dear all,

First of Happy Ram Navami to all,

Some South friends happy new year, happy Vishu.

Yesterday in our city celebrate Ram Navami. During this festival our city arrange dress competition & Bhajan program on rath(cart).

Total 33 rath(cart) joined that festival. Some pics here

All pics are Ram Navami celebration. This rath yatra was 3 km long and started at 3 PM to end 10 pm. So many people attend and enjoyed. 33 cart had different performer. Me & my son enjoyed that rath yatra.

This rath yatra is 2nd biggest rath yatra in Gujarat.



If I never met you, I wouldn’t like you.

If I didn’t like you, I wouldn’t love you.

If I didn’t love you, I wouldn’t miss you.

But I did, I do and I will.

Thank you

Save Cost

Paragraph on ‘Save Money’

What is Money? Money is anything that we can use to exchange for products and services. Early monetary systems involved shells and other natural objects, whereas money today usually takes the form of coins and bank notes.

Why is saving money important?

1. For the present. Having enough money enables us to meet our day to day expenses: food, clothing and bills.

2. For the future. Saving money for the future is essential if we want to meet the needs that arise in old age and enjoy a happy retirement. Pensions funds are a great way to do this.

3. Beating inflation. The value of money is decreasing whilst the cost of things is rising every day. Thus, having savings helps us to stay afloat.

4. Helping others. Having savings of our own enables us to give others a helping hand when they need it.

How to save money?

1. Avoid unnecessary costs. Bring your own lunch and coffee to work, walk instead of paying for public transport, and hand make gifts instead of purchasing expensive ones, for example.

2. Recurring deposits. Also known as RDs, these deposits enable you to set aside a portion of your income if you are employed and get a salary on a fixed date.

3. Systematic Investment Plans. Also known as SIPs, these plans help us to turn our money into more money by investing it wisely.

4. Make a little money from everyday activities. Charge others to share your car with you, sell books on once you have read them, and so on.

5. Keep motivated. Making a savings chart that shows how close you are to your savings goals is a great way to stay motivated.

Conclusion: There are plenty of ways to save money and every little helps!



Today post is

Importance of Sports

In this day and age, when academics are not the sole factor for success, students are required to be well-versed in a variety of aspects. Sports is one such arena which is incorporated into the extra-curricular activities in school. It not only serves as a break from study routine, but also helps a student remain healthy – physically and mentally.

Doctors advise to stay active as a way of dealing with many health problems. Those who indulge in athletic activities are lesser prone to falling ill. This also increases their life span. It appears that students who are able to balance their studies, fitness and leisure tasks have a better chance of leading happier lives. In addition to health benefits, sports also improve your personality. You tend to become more strong and tolerant. American boxer and activist, Muhammad Ali, said, “Champions aren’t made in gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision.” It takes a lot to commit to sports, but the benefits are so many, that it’s all worth it. You need to be motivated for yourself, in order to achieve your goals. Proper introduction to sports also allows a student to consider it as a potential career choice. People who are extremely passionate about a sport are able to devote all of their time and efforts into excelling at it. Schools and colleges provide the platform necessary to take up a sport as a mainstream career. Grab every opportunity that comes your way. You never know how it may help you.

Involvement in sports is something you ought to do willingly, for yourself. It should not depend on anyone else’s opinions or purpose. Students should be made aware of the perks of taking part in sports. This would encourage them to take active decisions regarding their lives and be responsible.

Thanks for reading.
Welcome your valuable comments.

Traditional and Modern Society


My all near & Dear friends.

Greetings of the new year.

I post here one topic Traditional and Modern Society.

Traditional Society and Modern Society

The following are the points of difference between traditional and modern societies:

1. Traditional societies are technologically primitive. They have little amount of control over nature and environment. These people are practically at the mercy of the nature.

Modern or contemporary society enjoys the usage of advanced technology. People have greater knowledge of the various components of nature.

2. Traditional societies are comparatively simple. There is less division of labour and specialization.

Modern society is characterized by specialization and complex division of labour.

3. Traditional societies were basically agrarian societies. The society consisted of small and poor communities, depending on pastoral activities or on subsistence agriculture.

Modern societies are large communities. They are industrialized and have a bigger command over resources.

4. Traditional societies are predominantly rural.

Modern industrial societies are predominantly urban.

5. In traditional societies, the scope for specialization is limited. Each person tends to occupy few social roles. These roles themselves tend to be many-sided. The same person may be directing the agricultural operations, making clothes, building a house, taking part in hunting and fishing and teaching boys the way to do these tasks.

In modern industrial societies kinship roles are comparatively less important. There is wider scope for specialization. Each individual has certain roles to be played. The social structure is highly complex.

6. In traditional societies kinship is the dominant institution of the social organization.

Though kinship is still very important in modern societies, it is only a little part of the total social organization.

7. Traditional societies are typically illiterate.

Modern societies are generally literate.

8. There is absence of Mass media in the traditional society. Communication takes place by word of mouth.

In a modern society mass media like internet, online videos, newspapers, radio and television, etc. becomes vital.

9. In traditional societies the knowledge and information were shared with few people.

In modern society, a large number of people share knowledge through the books, internet, films, etc.

10. A traditional society is culturally uniform. There is diversity between local cultures, but not within them.

A modern society is characterized by a variety of sub-cultures.

Give your valuable suggestions or which point did you like.

Thank You.