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Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Din Vishesh July


Din Vishesh First of all, before the new year 2017 is about to start, may you all be happy and prosperous in body, mind and money in the year 2015. Pray at the feet of the same God.  Education is a bipolar process.  One pole teacher and the other student are born from the mutual exchange of the two poles.  The quality of the education process can be considered as excellent as this class practice.  At present students have high expectations of teachers.  That is why it is said that a true teacher is a coach, not a commander.  We, the two friends, are Din Vishesh presenting to you the eighth issue of Prerna Pathey e-Magazine with the aim of guiding the school coaches in their field of work.  You are all familiar with the theme of Prerna Pathey e-Magazine. Gunotsav - Din Vishesh Since it is in this month, a planned Din Vishesh calendar column has been presented for the principal.  We are grateful to all the teachers for their feedback on Pathey e-Magazine. We have received many calls from friends asking what is the subscription of the magazine?  We will continue to make efforts Din Vishesh through e-magazine. All of you friends use 'Prerna Pathey' in school. This is our subscription.  Thank you all very much for participating in delivering the magazine (unsubscribed) to the maximum primary schools in Gujarat,



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12. PRI Manmathanath Din Vishesh Gupta, one of the leading writers of India's independence movement and a well known writer, was born on February 9, 1906 in Varanasi.  After completing his primary education in Nepal, Din Vishesh he started gaining independence at the age of 12.  He was an active member of the Hindustan Republican Association.  At the age of 18, he Din Vishesh took part in the 'Kakori scandal' in 19 AD.  The train was stopped and 10 British people were killed.  The 'Kakori scandal' went on and he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.  He wrote a number of books in prison, the Din Vishesh main ones being 'History of Indian Revolutionary Movement', 'Experience of Revolutionary Age', 'Chandrasekhar Azad', 'Vijayayatra', 'Storyteller Premchand' etc.  Geek0kajay

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Here are some Din Vishesh interesting facts about Narmada river. Narmada is a river in central India.  The Narmada is also the geographical boundary between the fertile region of the Ganges and Yamuna in northern India and the southern highlands of southern India.  Length of Narmada river is 1813 km.  Is.  The river Narmada originates in the Amarkantak hills of the state of Madhya Pradesh.  Marble rocks flow through the valleys of Vindhyachal and Satpuda mountain ranges near Narmada Jabalpur passing through the middle of Mandla hills at the source of Satpuda mountain Din Vishesh range.  The river also flows through the state of Maharashtra for a short distance before entering the state of Gujarat.  Finally it meets the Arabian Sea in the Gulf of Khambhat near Bharuch.  Bharuch is the last Din Vishesh major city situated on the banks of river Narmada.  The water of Narmada river is cold or two in Satpada mountain range

For more information see Main article: Sardar Sarovar Dam Sardar Sarovar dam, Din Vishesh in monsoon.  The Sardar Sarovar Dam project has been constructed near Kevadia Colony in Narmada district.  The height of the dam is Din Vishesh meters. Din Vishesh  The dream of the people of Gujarat to build this dam up to 121 meters has come true.  The water of Narmada is being supplied to Saurashtra, Kutch and North Gujarat through this scheme. Din Vishesh  Water and electricity will also be supplied to Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.  The Sardar Sarovar dam was embroiled in controversy due to its impact on the environment.  Medha Patkar and Arupati Roy were the leaders of the anti-closure movement.  Medha Patkar's Narmada Bachao Andol also took the initiative to stop the closure work.  But on the 19th, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the government should end the closure expeditiously.

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Savitribai Phule, who laid the foundation of women's education in India, was born on January 7, 191 in Naigaon, Satara district of Maharashtra. She was the eldest daughter of Lakshmi and Khandoji Nevesh Patil.  The couple was childless, but they adopted Yashwant Rao, the Din Vishesh son of a Brahmin widow.  He eventually managed to get into a missionary school in Scotland, where he studied up to standard seven.  She was admitted to an institute run by Cynthia Karar, an American missionary based in Ahmednagar. She also received training at a normal school in Pune.  The work was Din Vishesh started by Jyotirao's mentor and advisor Sagunabai. Later, the Kule couple and Sagunabhai set up a girls' school in Bhidewada, Pune in the 19th century.  I worked to end the resulting mistreatment and discrimination.  He played a key role in the Din Vishesh social reform movement in Maharashtra.  Yashwantrao started a wakha for the treatment of the affected. Din Vishesh This hospital is free from transit away from Pune

Barindra Kumar Ghosh, also known as Barin Ghosh, who became active in revolutionary Delhi from the early 20th century.  She was the daughter of reformer and scholar Rajnarayan, revolutionary and later spiritualist Shri Arvind was her third elder brother. Barin Ghosh had his primary education in Devgarh.  In time, he was influenced Din Vishesh by Shri Arvind and turned to revolutionary activities. He propagated Arvind's revolutionary ideas.  Barin and Nidas Mukhi Ujatin Bagha's important role in recruiting young revolutionaries from all over Bengal  Following the investigation into the attempted assassination of Kingsei by Khudiram Bose Din Vishesh and Prafulla Chaki on April 30, 1904, the police, following his investigation, on May 9, 1908, arrested four persons including Barindra Ghosh and Arvind Ghosh.  The convicts were later transferred to life imprisonment. In 1909, other convicts, including compatriots Chitranjandas and Barin Ghosh, were transferred to Adaman's Cellular Jail. Din Vishesh He returned to Calcutta to pursue a career but soon Din Vishesh left journalism to establish an ashram in Calcutta. He published his memoir The Tale of My Asylum - Suva Das Dhan Dakhan.  He was transferred to Alam. Here Shri Arvind inspired him towards spirituality and sadhana.  He started an English language newspaper called The Dawn of India. He Din Vishesh later joined Hera News and in the same year he met a widow named Shailaja Dutt.

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