Showing posts with label People. Show all posts
Showing posts with label People. Show all posts

Voice For Changing Villages Muslim Names

In past few years, a revolution for changing the name of villages or cities is a postive step to draw us close to our rich culture and what is written in our scriptures.In recent happening of national Political situation, the rise of Right wing Government in Center and most of the states has started its impact on Bottom
of Pyramid. A strong example is the changing 'Saraswati Nagar' from Mustafabad, Yamunanagar, Haryana in view of the importance of our mythology.

There are many villages in Haryana with Muslim Names and Hindu population. Now people are not ready to live in such villages with muslim names and are asking for changing their villages names. As these villages are having their names since long and now these names are totally baseless. One of strong voice has raise from just 90 Km away from Delhi in Gohana town. One of permanent social activist with ‘Right’ ideology Satish Jangra has started campaigning by writing letters to authority on this issue. 

He has written a letter to Chief
Minister of Haryana and shared it
on social media. In his letter, he
has given his suggestion to change
the name of villages of ‘Khanpur
Kalan’, ‘Sarai Kale Khan’, ‘Gari Ujale Khan’, and ‘Sultan Pur Majra’. He has written that before partition, these villages were Muslim dominated with Muslim Names. Now, these villages are of Hindu population, so there is nothing wrong in this modification.

Satish Jangra has strongly given his opinion on Khanpur kalan name and asked the authority
to convert the name as ‘Bhagat Phool Singh Nagar’. Bhagat Phool Singh had started the
Kanya Gurukul in the villages; same is converted into Govt Women University and Medical College.

Value Of Family Life

Followers of celebirities are lesser known about their life style in real. They are always thought of same life as they have acted or performed on screen. Acting is their professional life and not whole part of the life. This is fact and even irony, same people don't understand that they also have families and cannot deny its value.

Basically this post is not upon cinema celebirities but for those people who are forgotten true value and means of family in life and think celebirities do not support indian traditional family culture; which is better known for strongness, closeness, security and sense of support etc. But amid all of us, are forgetting the value of family and are getting seperated from our parents.

Consequently, from collectivism to individualism, a way is paved where the lines by a famous person "The circle of care at least in Indian families embraces all generations" seems faint but not false because of the idea on which it is based i.e. sacrifice and support for both younger as well as older member of family.

Besides of all these means, the modern family life where married children get seperated from parents alongwith insecurity of children and older, economic problem, loneliness, unsocialism, isolation, less conflict resolution skill etc.

Swadeshi Andolan On Bapu Birth Anniversary

On Pujya Bapu Ji birth anniversary, Patanjali founder Baba Ramdev set the goal of Patanjali's Economic Freedom Movement and aims to give employment and self reliance to 5 lac people directly and to 5 crore farmers indirectly.

There is need to adopt Swadeshi Products like Patanjali to bring economic freedom to nation and save from foreign companies loot because Patanjali profit is meant for education, health, research, complete dedication to nation service.

All unemployed youth, women and small shopkeepers in rural area should participate in this swadeshi Movement. For more information please visit the following link:-

Inspiring Letter From Power Woman To Her Daughter

Dear Aarti,
It makes me feel so proud today to see you standing in front of me as a confident young woman right on the threshold of an exciting journey through life. I am looking forward to seeing you grow and flourish in the years ahead.
This moment has also brought back memories of my own journey, and the life lessons I learnt along the way. When I think of those times, I realize that most of these lessons were actually learnt in my childhood, mostly through examples set by my parents. The values that they instilled in my formative years gave me the foundation on which I try to live my life even today.
Our parents treated all three of us - two sisters and a brother - equally. When it came to education, or our future plans, there was no discrimination between us based on our gender. Your grandparents always had the same message for the three of us - that it was important to focus on what gave us satisfaction and to work towards it with utmost dedication. That early initiation enabled us to develop into confident individuals capable of taking decisions independently. This also helped me when I started out on my own journey of self- discovery.
I was only a young girl of 13 when my father passed away from a sudden heart attack, leaving us unprepared to take on life without him. We had been protected from life's challenges so far. But without warning, all that changed overnight. And my mother, who had been a homemaker till then, faced the responsibility of raising three children all on her own. It was then that we realized how strong she was and how determined to do her duty in the best possible manner. Slowly, she discovered a flair for designing and textiles, found herself a job with a small firm, and quickly made herself indispensable to them. It must have been challenging for her to shoulder the responsibility of bringing up her family single- handed, but she never let us feel like it was a task for her. She worked hard till she saw all of us through college and we became independent. I never knew that my mother had such a wealth of self-assurance and belief within her.
As a parent with a full time job, one must not let work affect the way you relate to your family. Remember the time you were studying in the US and the announcement of my becoming MD and CEO of ICICI was splashed across all newspapers? I remember the mail you wrote to me a couple of days later. 'You never made us realize that you had such a demanding, successful and stressful career. At home, you were just our mother,' you wrote in your email. Live your life in the same way, my darling.
I also learnt from my mother that it is very important to have the ability to handle difficult situations and keep moving forward in life, no matter what. Even today I can remember the equanimity and calmness with which she handled the crisis on hand when my father passed away. You have to handle the challenges and emerge stronger from them, rather than allow them to bog you down. I remember how, in late 2008, we were faced with a situation where ICICI Bank's survival was in jeopardy in the face of a global economic meltdown. The situation was being analysed with a hawk's eye by major media platforms and debated widely in the public space… I got down to work, systematically communicating with all stakeholders - from the smallest depositor to the sophisticated investors, and from regulators to the government - the bank was sound and its exposure to these institutions involved a small portion of its assets. I understood their concern because so many of them feared that their hard earned savings in our bank could be at risk. I also advised staff across the bank's various branches to lend a sympathetic ear to those depositors who turned up to withdraw their money, telling them to also offer the depositors a seat and a glass of water while they waited. And though, depositors were welcome to withdraw their money if they wanted to, our staff also took care to explain to them that it would not help them to take their money away, because there was no real crisis situation.
It was during this period that I took a couple of hours off one day to attend your brother's squash tournament. I did not know it then, but my very presence at the tournament went a long way in reinstalling customer confidence in the bank. A few mothers at the tournament came and asked me if I was Chanda Kochhar from ICICI Bank and when I replied in the affirmative they said that if I could still find time to attend a tournament in the midst of a crisis, it meant that the bank was in safe hands and they need not worry about their money!
It was also from my mother that I learnt the importance of adapting to circumstances and not being afraid of the unknown. While working hard for my career, I looked after my family, and have been there for my mother and in-laws when they needed me around. They reciprocated in kind with their unconditional love and support for my career. Remember that relationships are important and have to be nurtured and cherished. Also keep in mind that a relationship is a two way street, so be ready to give a relationship just as you would expect the other person to be giving to you
My career would not have progressed the way it did were it not for your father who never once complained about the time I spent away from home. Your father and I nurtured our relationship despite the fact that we were both busy with our own careers, and I am confident you will do the same with your partner, when the time comes. If you had complained and whined about my extended absence from home, I would never have had the heart to make a career for myself. I am blessed with a great and supportive family and I really hope you too will be as fortunate when you set out on your own!
I remember the day your board exams were about to commence. I had taken leave from work so that I could take you to the examination hall myself. When you realized I was coming, you told me how you were used to going for your exams alone for so many years. It hurt me to hear you say that, but I also think in some ways, having a working mother made you much more independent from a very young age itself. You not only became independent, but also stepped into the nurturer's role for your younger brother and never let him miss my presence. I learnt to have trust and faith in you and you have now grown into a wonderful, independent woman. I now use the same principle at work to make our growing population of younger talent take on larger responsibilities.
I believe in fate but I also believe that hard work and diligence plays a very important role in our lives. In a larger sense, we all write our own destiny. Take destiny in your own hands, dream of what you want to achieve, and write it in your own way. As you go ahead in life, I want you to climb the path to success one step at a time. Aim for the sky, but move slowly, enjoying every step along the way. It is all those little steps that make the journey complete.
As you go forward, you will sometimes have to take difficult decisions, decisions that others might scorn at. But you must have the courage to stand up for what you believe in. Make sure you have that conviction to do what you know is right, and once you have it, don't let skeptics distract you from your path.
Aarti, there is no limit to what a determined mind can achieve, but in achieving your goal, don't compromise on the values of fair play and honesty. Don't cut corners or compromise to achieve your dreams. Remember to be sensitive to the feelings of people around you. And remember, if you don't allow stress to overtake you, it will never become an issue in your life.
Remember that good times and bad times will be part of your life equally, and you have to learn to handle both with equanimity. Make the most of life's opportunities and learn from every opportunity, and challenge that life brings along.
Lovingly yours,
This is the letter by MD &CEO of ICICI Bank Ms Chanda Kocchar to her daughter. Ms. Chanda Kochhar is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ICICI Bank Limited, India’s largest private sector bank. She is widely recognised for her role in shaping the retail banking sector in India and for her leadership of the ICICI Group, as well as her contributions to various forums in India and globally.

Women Empowerment And Freedom

Everyday Life, Women Empowerment, Freedom, Social

On Monday, 04 Apr 2016, in BPS University, Khanpur Kalan, Gohana, an event was organised on "Woman Empowerment And Freedom" by The Lion Club Gohana Dynamics under supervision of Mr Satish Jale who is the leader of this programme with a team of male members. It was 2nd seminar oragined in BPS Women University, Khanpur Kalan, Gohana. Women Idol Anuradha Beniwal, National Chess Champion was the chief guest and delivered motivational speech for Girls and Women.

Anuradha Beniwal is the National Chess Champion of India. She is beautiful and quite sensible. You may call her "Beauty With Mind". She is not afraid of taking stand that matters.

Beniwal is not only a chess champion, she is also a writer. Recently, she launched her debut book ‘Azadi mera brand’ at the World Book Fair in Delhi.
The team under banner of Lions Club Gohana Dynamic organised this seminar at BPS Women University, Khanpur Kalan. The lead speaker was Chess champion and writer Anuradha Beniwal and Dr Asha Kadyana (VC,  BPS Univeristy).

Some lines out of her speech "The freedom is not the thing to beg, its taken by self (Azaadi maangne ya dene ki cheej nahi, ye to leni padti hai)" touched the heart of the gathering in this event.
Club president said that time is changing so speedly now that there is a need to change ourself and things in Everyday Life, especially Women should take initiative and should make themself independent because they play very important role in family and society.

Gandhi Ji Blessed Heavon

जो लोग आज भारत माँ की जय नही बोल रहे है, उन लोगो को अपने अल्लाह गाँधी जी का शुक्रिया होना चाहिये जिन्होंने उनको भारत में ही रख कर उन्हें जन्नत बखसी । अगर गाँधी जी उन्हें भारत में कोई जगह. न देते तो वो नरक (पाकिस्तान) की आग में जल रहे होते ।

Take a look at @doeverydaylife's Tweet:

What A Tremendous Achievement

Everyday Life, Shrikant, IPS
Last of 1990, Shrikant appeared for 42 University Examinations simultaneously each Summer and Winter. Successfully, he got 20 post-graduate degrees before he turned 24. When he turned 25, in year 1978, Shrikant sat for the IPS (Indian Police Service) examination, nailed it, resigned later and started preparing for the prestigious IAS (Indian Administrative Services) examination.
Meanwhile, he got himself a Masters in Economics, English Literature, Sanskrit, Indian History, Public administration, Political Science, Sociology.
The list also included Masters in Philosophy, Culture & Archaeology, and Psychology; you wouldn’t be surprised to know he also has a D. Litt in Sanskrit to his name, the highest of any Degree in a University.
After a successful attempt in 1980, Shrikant resigned from his duty in just four months to contest his first general election.
Later in the same year, got elected as MLA in the Maharashtra, becoming the youngest ever politician to hold 14 portfolios at a time.
Everyday Life, Shrikant, IPS
With so much passion and dedication for academics, it would not be a surprise, if I tell you that he owned one of the biggest personal libraries in India with over 52,000 books.
Apart from his passion in academics, Shrikant was an impeccable painter, a professional photographer, a theatre artist, and brilliant orator, who loved to speak on issues like health, economics, and other religious discourses.
He was also a member of Rajya Sabha in year s 1992-98. While most of his degrees are with First Merit, he obtained several Gold Medals too.
On June 2, 2004, while on his way to NH 6, 40kms from Nagpur, his car was rammed by a truck from the opposite direction, and he succumbed to his injuries later in the day; he was just 51.

Real Reason Of Rajan Das's Heart Attack

Loss of one proper sleep out of your Everyday Life,  increases very toxic substances in body such as Interleukin-6 (IL-6), Tumour necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) and C-reactive protein (CRP). They also cause cancer, arthritis and heart disease.

Everyday Life, People, Rajan Das
Sleeping for <=5 hours per night leads to 39% increase in heart disease. Sleeping for <=6 hours per night leads to 8% increase in heart disease.
What is ideal sleep?
In brief, sleep is composed of two stages: REM (Rapid Eye Movement) and  non-REM. The former helps in mental consolidation while the latter helps in physical repair and rebuilding.
No wonder when one wakes up with an alarm clock after 5-6  hours of sleep, he/she is mentally irritable throughout the day (lack of REM sleep).
And if somebody has slept for less than 5 hours, the body is in a complete physical mess (lack of non-REM sleep), the person is tired throughout the day and immunity is way down.
We are playing with fire if we are sleeping less than 7 hours even if we have low stress.
Young people (25-49 years of age) are twice as likely to get high BP if they sleep less.
Individuals who sleep less than 5 hours a night have a 3-fold increased  risk of heart attack
Do not set your alarm clock under 7 hours.
One latest example is the death of Ranjan Das, CEO and MD of SAP-Indian subcontinent who died after a massive cardiac arrest in Mumbai recently.
One of the youngest CEOs, he was only 42.
He was very active in sports, was a fitness freak and a marathon runner.
After his workout, he collapsed with a massive heart attack and died. He is survived by his wife and two very young kids.
It was certainly a wake-up call for corporate India. However, it was even more disastrous for runners. The question arises as  to why an exceptionally active, athletic person succumbed to a heart attack at 42 years of age.
Barring stress control, Ranjan Das did everything right: eating proper food, exercising, maintaining proper weight. But he missed getting proper and adequate sleep, minimum 7 hours. That killed him.
We are playing with fire if we are sleeping less than 7 hours in Everydaylife. So share this important message to all who do you care of so much.

Javed Akhtar Slammed Asaddudin Owaisi

A proud Indian, the film lyricist slammed, in a veiled manner, AIMIM leader and MP Asaddudin Owaisi for saying he will not chant ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ because the Constitution does not ask him to do so. Taking objection to Owaisi’s remark, Akhtar said, “The Constitution even does not ask him to wear Sherwani (dress) and Topi (cap)… I don’t care to know whether saying ‘Bharat mata ki jai’ is my duty or not, it is my right.” He then chanted ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ a number of times.

Retiring as Rajya Sabha member, noted film personality Javed Akhtar today said “Adjournments” and “Polarization” will not take the country forward as he pleaded with the Opposition and government to work together without thinking about the next elections. “I hope both Opposition and the government will work together. Adjournments will not take us forward. Even polarization will not take us forward. Please forget next election and think about the country,” he said in his impassioned speech which was heard with rapt attention and intercepted by thumping of desks by members across party lines.

You Can Support 100 Charities

2,620 Miles, 100 days. 1 Marathon per day for 100 days, helping 100 Charities.

KP Kelly, USA has planned for Run across the USA. He will run from Los Angeles, CA to Daytona Beach, Florida.And he would have to go through mountains and a lot of elevation changes the last 500 miles.

If you want to help 100 Charities, please do funding him to support many.

New Brand Ambassador For Incredibale India

Bollywood Actress Big B and Actress Priyanka Chopra are choosen new brand ambassador for Incredible India for "Athithi Devo Bhava" campaign in place of previous brand ambassador Actor Aamir Khan whose contract is discontinued due to huge controvery.

This campaign is run by Tourism of India and contract was with McCamm Worldwide Agency for "Athithi Devo Bhava" campaign. These two Bollywood Stars are appointed as brand ambassador for three year without no additional financial benifit.

These two stars are best for marketing and promoting for India's Tourism. A right and awesome step taken for a new brand ambassador will consiquently increase flow for tourism in India. One promoting India as Intolerance must never to continue as brand ambassador for incredible campaign for a country.

Russian Pop Singer Sati Kazanova Rechanted Sanskrit Shloka

Sati Kazanova Rechanted Sanskrit Shloka

Sataney Setgalievna Kazanova better known as Sati Kazanova (born October 2, 1982 in Kabardino -Balkaria) is a Russian Singer, Fashion Model, Actress and TV personality. Until May 2010, she was one of the three vocalists of the Russia Pop girl group Fabrika. In 2002, she took part in the first season of the Russian talent show Star Factory as a member of Fabrika, where they finished second. She won the Astra award for most stylish female singer in 2006. On 5 October 2009 she was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the Reppublic of Adygea by the President of the republic, Aslan Tkhakushinov She studied at the Russian Acedamy of Music and currently lives in Moscow. Sati was born in Kabardino-Balkaria and her ethinicity is Adygea. She is a vegetarian and practices yoga

True Example Of Intolerance

In Everyday Life, now a days "Intolerance" may often be read or listen on every plateform. What is happening wherever in India, is really Central Govt is responsible for every thing ???

Everyone amid so called intellectuals just awaked from "Kumbkarana Sleep" very since "Make In India" plan implementation, is well awared about "Dadri" issue but they are very silent everytime on any incident in Pakistan and Bangladesh even in everyday riot in West Bengal against Hindu's Girl and ladies. Where were those so called "Halla Bol" party members when some badly racism inspired youngs ran behind Hindu Girls with acid filled injection in many places of Mujaffar Nagar, UP. And at very same time so many riots happened in UP. At that time, no one amid these so called returns his award, no one so called politician rised voice against Centre Govt.

True Example Of Intolerance

"During the last days of AB Vajpayee’s government, it was decided to make 6 AIIMS. The then health minister Sushma Swaraj named the Patna AIIMS Jaiprakash Narayan Institue and similarly other 5 were also named on non-Congressi national leaders. Vajpayee’s government lost and Congress came in power. UPA passed a bill in the parliament and ‘banned’ these names to be used for any Government project. That was the level of intolerance"

To know more about "March For India" and what truely and inspired reply was by respective PM, India, click on the following link

Vivek Agnihotri writes “Why, How and When” of the successful #MarchForIndia

Top 10 Rare Photos of Nightangle of India

The legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar turns 86 today, but it seems that the freshness of her voice would keep her going till eternity. Known as the nightingale of India – Lata Mangeskar - is an inspiration to millions across the globe. The melody queen who has been the voice of anumber of beautiful actresses on screen, turned 86 today.
Lata Mangeshkar is one of the most iconic artists India has ever seen. Regarded by many as the finest female playback singer of the Indian film industry, Lata was born on 28th September, 1929 to an orthodox Maharashtrian family. Music was ingrained in her from a very early age
by her father Deenanath Mangeshkar, who was a very famous classical singer. Lata’s mother Shudhamati was a housewife, while her four siblings- Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle and Veena Mangeshkar – all are accomplished artists. While Mangeshkar did imbibe important musical skills though her father’s daily classical
recitals, it was popular film singer K.L. Saigal who inspired her to take up singing as a serious artistic profession. Lata Mangeshkar started her musical lessons at the age of five. However, it was not until 1942 when she began her career professionally after her father’s sudden demise. Her career spans 62 years and is still going strong.
Throughout her career, she has sung over 1,000 Hindi songs. Moreover, she has also sung in over 36 regional and international languages.
The evergreen singer held the Guinness World Records for having recorded the most songs in the world from 1974 to 1991 and continued to be the favourite singer of top filmmakers.
Top 10 Rare Photos Of Nightangle Of India










Mantra for Student by Chanakya

चाणक्य ने विद्यार्थी जीवन की कई नीतियों के
बारे में बताया है। हर विद्यार्थी को उन
नीतियों का ध्यान रखना चाहिए। अगर चाणक्य
की बताई गई नीतियों का पालन किया जाए,
तो विद्यार्थी सही रूप से शिक्षा प्राप्त करने में
सफल होता है।
विद्यार्धी के लिए आवश्यक है कि वह
काम, क्रोध तथा लोभ से और स्वादिष्ठ पदार्थों
तथा श्रृंगार एवं हंसी-मजाक से दूर रहे। निद्रा
(नींद) और अपनी शरीर सेवा में अधिक समय न दे। इन आठों के त्याग से ही विद्यार्थी को विद्या
प्राप्त हो सकती है।
1. काम
जिस व्यक्ति के मन में काम भावनाएं उत्पन्न हो जाती है, वह हर समय अशांत रहने लगता है। ऐसा
व्यक्ति अपनी इच्छाएं पूरी करने के लिए सही-गलत
कोई भी रास्ता अपना सकता है। कोई
विद्यार्थी अगर काम भावनाओं के चक्कर में पड़
जाए, तो वह पढ़ाई छोड़कर दूसरे कामों की ओर
आकर्षित होने लगता है। उसका सारा ध्यान केवल
अपनी काम भावना की ओर जाने लगता है और वह
पढ़ाई-लिखाई से बहुत दूर हो जाता है। इसलिए
विद्यर्थियों को ऐसी भावनाओं के बचना
2. क्रोध
जिस व्यक्ति का स्वभाव क्रोध वाला हो, वह
छोटी सी बात पर भी किसी ऐसा कुछ कर सकता
है, जिसके कारण आगे जाकर पछताना पड़े। ऐसे लोग
क्रोध आने पर ये किसी का भी बुरा कर बैठते है।
क्रोधि स्वभाव से मनुष्य का मन कभी भी शांत
नहीं रहता। विद्या प्राप्त करने के लिए मन का
शांत और एकचित्त होना बहुत जरूरी होता है।
अशांत मन से शिक्षा प्राप्त करने पर मनुष्य केवल उस
ज्ञान को सुनता है, उसे समझ कर उसका पालन
कभी नहीं कर पाता। इसलिए शिक्षा प्राप्त करने
के लिए मनुष्य को अपने क्रोध पर नियंत्रण करना
बहुत जरूरी होता है।
3. लालच
लालची इंसान अपने फायदे के लिए किसी के साथ
भी धोखा कर सकते हैं। ऐसे व्यक्ति धर्म-अधर्म के
बारे में नहीं सोचते। जिसके मन में दूसरों की वस्तु
पाने का भावना होती है, वह व्यक्ति हमेशा ऐसी
बात के बारे में सोचता रहता है। ऐसे व्यक्ति का मन
हर वक्त दूसरों की वस्तु पाने की योजना बनाने में
लगा रहता है। ऐसा विद्यार्थी कभी भी अपनी
विद्या के बारे में सतर्क नहीं रहता और अपना
सारा समय अपने लालच को पूरा करने में गंवा देता
है। विद्यार्थी को कभी भी अपने मन में लोभ या
लालच की भावना नहीं आने देना चाहिए।
4. स्वादिष्ठ पदार्थ
जिस इंसान का जुबान उसके वश में नहीं होती, वह हमेशा ही स्वादिष्ठ पदार्थ खोजता रहता है। ऐसा व्यक्ति अन्य बातों को छोड़ कर केवल खाने
को ही सबसे ज्यादा महत्व देता है। कई बार
स्वादिष्ठ पदार्थ के चक्कर के मनुष्य अपने स्वास्थ
तक के साथ समझौता कर बैठता है। विद्यार्थी
को अपनी जुबान वश में रखनी चाहिए, ताकी वह
अपने स्वास्थय और अपनी विद्या दोनों ध्यान रख
5. श्रृंगार (सजना-सवरना)
जिस भी विद्यार्थी का मन अपने साज-श्रृंगार पर होता है, वह अपना अधिक से अधिक समय यहीं बातों सोचने में गवा देता है। ऐसे व्यक्ति खुद को हर वक्त सबसे सुंदर और अलग दिखाना चाहता है। जिसकी वजह से पूरे समय उसके दिमान में अपने सौंदर्य, पहनावे और रहन-सहन के बारे में ही बाते चलती रहती है। साज-श्रृंगार के बारे में सोचने वाला व्यक्ति कभी भी एक जगह ध्यान केंद्रित
करके विद्या नहीं प्राप्त कर पाता। विद्यार्थी
को ऐसे परिस्थितियों से बचना चाहिए।
6.  हंसी-मजाक
विद्यार्थी जीवन का एक सबसे महत्वपूर्ण गुण होता है गंभीरता। विद्यार्थी को शिक्षा
प्राप्त करने और जीवन में सफलता पाने के लिए इय
गुण को अपनाना बहुत जरूरी होता है। जो
विद्यार्थी अपना सारा समय हंसी-मजाक में
व्यर्थ कर देता है, वह कभी सफलता नहीं प्राप्त कर
पाता। विद्य प्राप्त करने के लिए मन का स्थित
होना बहुत जरूरी होता है और हंसी-मजाक में लगा
रहना वाला विद्यार्थी अपने मन को कभी
स्थिर नहीं रख पाता।
7. निद्रा (नींद)
जरूरत से ज्यादा या देर तक सोना आलस की
निशानी होता है। अलसी मनुष्य जीवन में मिलने
वाले हर अवसर को खो देता है या उनका लाभ
नहीं उठा पाता। नींद के अधीन रहने वाले
विद्यार्थी कभी कोई काम ठीक तरीके से नहीं
कर पाते। वे किसी भी काम को करने के लिए वे
रास्ता खोजने की कोशिश करते है, जिनमें उन्हें के
कम मेहनत करना पड़े। ऐसे विद्यार्थी ज्ञान भी
केवल उसना ही प्राप्त करते है, जितना पास होने
के लिए जरूरी होता है। पूर्म रूप से शिक्षा पाने के
लिए विद्यार्थियों को अत्यधिक नींद का
त्याग कर देना चाहिए।
8. अपनी शरीर सेवा मनुष्य को अपने विद्यार्थी जीवन में आने वाली कठिनाइयों पर कम और अपनी विद्या पर ज्यादा ध्यान देना चाहिए। कई बार पढ़ते समय मनुष्य को शारीरिक धकान का सामना करना पड़ सकता है, लेकिन विद्यार्थियों को अपने शरीर की सेवा
से ज्यादा महत्व अपनी विद्यार्थी को देना चाहिए। विद्यार्थी को कभी भी अपनी शारीरिक सेवाओं और आसाम को अपनी विद्या के रास्ते में बाधा नहीं बनने देना चाहिए।