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Friday, April 5, 2013

Learning to live without recognition is a skill...!!

There was a farmer who had a horse and a goat…..
One day, the horse became ill. So he called the veterinarian, who said:

"Well, your horse has a virus. He must take this medicine for three days.
I'll come back on the 3rd day and if he's not better, we're going to have to put him down.

Nearby, the goat listened closely to their conversation.

The next day, they gave the horse the medicine and left.

The goat approached the horse and said: “Be strong, my friend.
Get up or else they're going to put you to sleep!”

On the second day, they again gave the horse the medicine and left.

The goat came back and said: "Come on buddy, get up or else you're going to die!
Come on, I'll help you get up. Let's go! One, two, three..."

On the third day, they came to give the horse the medicine and the vet said:
"Unfortunately, we're going to have to put him down tomorrow. Otherwise,
the virus might spread and infect the other horses".
After they left, the goat approached the horse and said: "Listen pal, it's now or never!
Get up, come on! Have courage! Come on! Get up! Get up! That's it, slowly! Great!
Come on, one, two, three... Good, good. Now faster, come on...... Fantastic! Run, run more!
Yes! Yay! Yes! You did it, you're a champion...!!!"

All of a sudden, the owner came back, saw the horse running in the field and began shouting:
It's a miracle! My horse is cured. We must have a grand party. Let's kill the goat!!!!

The Lesson:
Nobody truly knows which employee actually deserves the merit of success, or who's actually contributing the necessary support to make things happen.
Remember:
LEARNING TO LIVE WITHOUT RECOGNITION IS A
SKILL!!!!
If anyone ever tells you that your work is unprofessional, remember:
AMATEURS BUILT THE ARK [which saved all the species]

and

PROFESSIONALS BUILT THE TITANIC [all died tragically]

Thursday, April 4, 2013

**Story of Appreciation**

One young academically excellent person went to apply for a managerial position in a big company.

He passed the first interview, the director did the last interview, made the last decision.

The director discovered from the CV that the youth's academic achievements were excellent all the way, from the secondary school until the postgraduate research, Never had a year when he did not score.

The director asked,

"Did you obtain any scholarships in school?"

The youth answered "none".

The director asked,

" Was it your father who paid for your school fees?"

The youth answered,

"My father passed away when I was one year old, it was my mother who paid for my school fees.

The director asked,

" Where did your mother work?"

The youth answered,

"My mother worked as clothes cleaner.

The director requested the youth to show his hands.

The youth showed a pair of hands that were smooth and perfect.

The director asked,

" Have you ever helped your mother wash the clothes before?"

The youth answered,

"Never, my mother always wanted me to study and read more books.

Furthermore, my mother can wash clothes faster than me.

The director said,

"I have a request. When you go back today, go and clean your mother's hands, and then see me tomorrow morning.*

The youth felt that his chance of landing the job was high. When he went back, he happily requested his mother to let him clean her hands. His mother felt strange, happy but with mixed feelings, she showed her hands to the kid.

The youth cleaned his mother's hands slowly. His tear fell as he did that. It was the first time he noticed that his mother's hands were so wrinkled, and there were so many bruises in her hands. Some bruises were so painful that his mother shivered when they were cleaned with water.

This was the first time the youth realized that it was this pair of hands that washed the clothes everyday to enable him to pay the school fee. The bruises in the mother's hands were the price that the mother had to pay for his graduation, academic excellence and his future.

After finishing the cleaning of his mother's hands, the youth quietly washed all the remaining clothes for his mother.

That night, mother and son talked for a very long time.

Next morning, the youth went to the director's office.

The Director noticed the tears in the youth's eyes, asked:

" Can you tell me what have you done and learned yesterday in your house?"

The youth answered,

" I cleaned my mother's hand, and also finished cleaning all the remaining clothes'

The Director asked,

" please tell me your feelings."

The youth said,

Number 1,
I know now what is appreciation. Without my mother, there would not the successful me today.
Number 2,
By working together and helping my mother, only I now realize how difficult and tough it is to get something done.
Number 3,
I have come to appreciate the importance and value of family relationship.

The director said,

" This is what I am looking for to be my manager. I want to recruit a person who can appreciate the help of others, a person who knows the sufferings of others to get things done, and a person who would not put money as his only goal in life. You are hired.

Later on, this young person worked very hard, and received the respect of his subordinates. Every employee worked diligently and as a team. The company's performance improved tremendously.

A child, who has been protected and habitually given whatever he wanted, would develop "entitlement mentality"and would always put himself first. He would be ignorant of his parent's efforts.

When he starts work, he assumes that every person must listen to him, and when he becomes a manager, he would never know the sufferings of his employees and would always blame others.

For this kind of people, who may be good academically, may be successful for a while, but eventually would not feel sense of achievement.

He will grumble and be full of hatred and fight for more. If we are this kind of protective parents, are we really showing love or are we destroying the kid instead?*

You can let your kid live in a big house, give him a Driver & Car for going around, Eat a Good Meal, learn Piano, Watch a Big Screen TV. But when you are Cutting Grass, please let them experience it. After a Meal, let them Wash their Plates and Bowls together with their Brothers and Sisters. Tell them to Travel in Public Bus, It is not because you do not have Money for Car or to Hire a Maid, but it is because you want to Love them in a right way. You want them to understand, no matter how rich their parents are, one day their hair will Grow Grey, same as the Mother of that young person. The most important thing is your kid learns how to appreciate the effort and experience the difficulty and learns the ability to work with others to get things done..

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Hydroxatone – Proven Skin Cream for Anti Aging Treatment


After extensive research and testing, dermatologists have come across a cream that delivers astounding results on aging skin. It is Hydroxatone Am Pm cream. It is known to render a youthful appearance to skin.

Most of you wear sunscreen thinking that aging signs like uneven skin tone, blemishes, and wrinkles form due to exposure to UV rays of the sun. It’s true; but, according to experts, infrared rays of the sun are more destructive than UV rays. Only creams containing antioxidants can protect your skin from them.

Am Pm cream contains botanical extracts like grape see extract, pine bark extract, green tea extracts, and more. They are packed with antioxidants. The cream is a scientifically-advanced formulation for morning and evening. It contains active ingredients that provide a gorgeous look to your skin. Scientists have clinically tested this cream. Clinical studies show that this cream keeps skin hydrated 24/7 and diminishes aging signs.

Ingredients
  • Hydroxatone Am Pm is an amazing blend of 4 vital ingredients.
  • Matrixyl 3000: It promotes collagen production in skin. This firms up skin and smoothens it. You also notice an improvement in complexion.
  • Argireline: It relaxes muscle fibers through amino acids present in it. Studies show that it decreases depth of wrinkles by about 27 percent. Dermatologists consider it as a good alternative to botox.
  • Hyaluronic Acid: It is a natural hydrator with an astounding property to hold 1000 times its weight in water. It hydrates skin cells and smoothens the surface.
  • SPF: It safeguards your skin from UVA/UVB rays to prevent formation of new wrinkles and to eliminate the existing ones.

  • Apparent results
  • According to Hydroxatone reviews, regular usage of the cream leads to:
  • Reduced wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tone, pigmentation
  • Radiant and healthy looking skin that appears 10-15 years younger than the actual age
  • Fresh skin due to exfoliation of the dead skin layer
  • Well moisturized skin with decreased eye puffiness and darkness
  • Well nourished skin that looks firmer and more flawless than before
  • Soft and supple skin to touch

  • Performance of the cream
    It promotes natural production of collagen in skin. Collagen is an essential skin protein that keeps skin youthful, strong, and pliable. With age, skin loses its ability to produce enough of this protein. This leads to sagging and wrinkling of skin. With the normalization of collagen level by the cream, skin regains its suppleness, firmness, and youth.

    Ingredients of the cream also normalize levels of Hyaluronic Acid, elastin, and fibronectin. They successfully heal dehydration in skin and wards off the dullness that gradually envelope your face after a certain age.

    You can easily buy Hydroxatone cream at the brand’s official website. Order it online and start your anti aging treatment sitting at home.

    Hydroxatone allows you to age with beauty and pride. You need not declare your actual age by showing those wrinkles and aging spots. Let the world guess your age forever…

    Tuesday, February 28, 2012

    Search Engines Crawlers Name


    Here i am sharing some "Search Engines Crawlers" Name:
     
    Google --- Googlebot

    Yahoo --- Yahoo Slurp

    MSN --- MSNbot

    Altavista --- Scooter

    Ask --- Teoma

    Excite --- Architext spider

    Cuil --- Twiceler (New Search Engine)

    Looksmart --- MantraAgent

    Inktomi.com --- Slurp

    Alexa --- ia_archiver

    Lycus --- Lycos_Spider_(T-Rex)

    Tuesday, February 21, 2012

    Daily uses Kitchen Ingredients

    This section provides a translation of some common Hindi words that occur in the recipes into their English equivalents.



    English

    Hindi

    A type of rock salt

    Sendha Namak

    Almond

    Badam

    Aloe Vera

    Gwar Patha

    Alubia Beans, A type of Kidney Beans

    Safed Rajma

    Alum

    Phitkari

    Amaranth (leaves or grain)

    Chauli, Chaulai, Chavlerr, Chowli, Chowlai, Ramdana

    Amaranth Leaves

    Chaulli or Chowlii Chauli, Chavleri Sag

    Amaranth Seeds

    Chaulli or Chowlii Chauli, Chavleri dana

    Anise seeds

    Saunf, Patli or fine ((Shatphool or Dodda jeera)

    Anise seeds

    Saunf, Patli or fine

    Aniseed (see also saunf)

    Vilayati saunf

    Apple

    Saev or saeb (often spelled as sev or seb)

    Apple

    Seb

    Apricot

    Khubani, Khumani or Jardaloo

    Apricot

    Jardalu

    Arrow-root

    Ara-root or Paniphal or Tikora

    Asafoetida

    Heeng or Hing

    Asafoetida

    Hing or Heeng

    Asparagus

    Shatwar or halyan or sootmooli or safed Musli

    Aubergine

    Baingan

    Avocado or Butterfruit

    Makhanphal

    Baking soda

    Soda - pakane wala

    Bamboo

    Bans

    Banana

    Kela

    Banana, green

    Hara Kela

    Basil

    Tulsi

    Basil seeds,

    Subja or Sabja

    Bay leaf

    Tej Patta or Tez Patta

    Bean, flat green

    Sem

    Beckti or Bhetki

    Bhetki

    Beetroot

    Chukandar

    Bell peppers

    Shimla mirch

    Belliric Myrobalan

    Harad or Haritaki

    Bengal gram flour

    Besan

    Bengal Gram leaves

    Chane ka Saag (leaves)

    Bengal Gram or Black Chickpea

    Chana Kala

    Bengal Gram or Black Chickpea

    Kala Chana

    Bengal Gram-green

    Hara Chana

    Berries of Indian Jujube or Zizyphus

    Baer or Ber fruit

    Betel leaf

    Pan or Paan

    Betel nut

    Supari/Chali/Chalia

    Bitter gourd

    Karela

    Black

    Kala

    Black cumin seeds

    Kala Jeera

    Black Cumin Seeds

    Kashmiri Jeera

    Black Cumin Seeds

    Shahi Jeera

    Black gram, split and skinless

    Urad (Urid) dal, dhuli (very pale yellow in colour)

    Black gram, split and with skin

    Urad (Urid) dal with chilka

    Black gram, whole

    Urad (Urid) Sabut

    Black Pepper

    Kali mirch

    Black Rock salt, a pungent salt

    Kala namak or Sanchal

    Black-eyed beans

    Lobia or Lobhia or Chowli

    Boiled rice

    Bhaat

    Bombay Duck (Fish)

    Bumallo or Bombil, a small fish

    Bone

    Haddi

    Bottle Gourd

    Ghia

    Bottle gourd

    Dudhi

    Bottle gourd or Chinese melon

    Lauki or Lawki or Loki or Dudhi

    Brain

    Bheja

    Bread

    Double Roti

    Brinjal

    Baingan

    Broccoli

    Hari Phoolgobhi

    Buck wheat or Buckwheat

    Kotu or Kottu

    Butter

    Makhan

    Butter

    Makkhan

    Butter Fish, Indian

    Pabda or Pupta machli

    Buttermilk-cultured

    Mattha

    Cabbage

    Band Gobhi or Patta Gobhi

    Camphor

    Kapoor or kapur

    Cape Gooseberry

    Rasbhari

    Capsicum

    Shimla mirch

    Caraway

    Siya jeera

    Cardamom Green

    Choti or green Ilaichi/Ellaichi,

    Cardamom Large-Brown or Black

    Illaichi/Elaichi Bari/Badi

    Carom seeds

    Ajwain

    Carp Fish

    Katla Machli

    Carrot

    Gajar

    Cashew nuts

    Kaju

    Cassava, Mandioca, Manioc, Yucca, Manihot

    Simla aloo, Simla alu, Mogo

    Cassia

    Cinnamon like bark, used in Indian cooking

    Castor

    Arandi

    Cat Fish or Pangasus (family Pangasiidae)

    Pangush Machli or Sangatam or Balsa

    Catechu, Acacia

    Kaththa, Cutch, Katha, Khair

    Catfish

    Shingala Machli

    Cauliflower

    Gobhi or phool-gobhi

    Cauliflower

    Phool/Phul Gobhi

    Celery

    Ajmud or Ajmoda or Doroo or Randhuni

    Ceral

    Anaj or Anaaj

    Chapatti flour

    Atta

    Chick pea or Gram or Bengal Gram

    Chana Kala (also see Kabuli Chana)

    Chilli

    Mirch

    Chop (as in Lamb chop)

    Chaamp

    Cilantro

    Dhania

    Cilantro (American word)

    Hara Dhania

    Cinnamon

    Dalchini or Darchini

    Citric acid

    Tartrii or Nimbu Sat

    Citric acid, edible type

    Taatri or tatri

    Clams

    Teesrya or Kavchi

    Clarified butter

    Ghee

    Clove

    Laung

    Clove

    Lavang

    Cluster Bean

    Gowar ki phali

    Cobra saffron

    Nag-kesar

    Coconut

    Nariyal, Copra, Kopra

    Coconut

    Khopra or kopra

    Coconut oil

    Narial ka Tael

    Colocacia

    Arbi

    Colocasia, Taro, Elephant ear, Eddo, Dasheen,

    Arbi or Arvi

    Colocsia leaf

    Patra or Arvi Patta

    Condensed, solidified milk

    Mawa

    Cooked in Tandoor Oven

    Tandoori

    Cooked with lots of butter or cream

    Makhani

    Coriander leaves

    Hara dhania

    Coriander leaves (English word)

    Hara Dhania

    Coriander, Cilantro

    Dhania, Kothamalli

    Corn

    Makka

    Corn

    Makai

    Corn

    Makki

    Corn on the cob

    Bhutta Sabut

    Cow

    Gai

    Cowpea or Black Eyed bean

    Lobia/Lobhia/Chowli/Karamani/Chola

    Crab

    Kekra or Kenkra or Kekda or Kurlya

    Cracked wheat

    Lapsi

    Cracked wheat (like Bulgar Wheat)

    Dalia

    Crystalised sugar lumps

    Misri or Mishri

    Cubes of skewered meat

    Shashlik Kebab

    Cucumber

    Kheera

    Cudpah nut

    Charoli

    Cultured Buttermilk

    Chaach or Chach or Chaas or Chas

    Cumin

    Zeera

    Cumin

    Jeera

    Curd (in India)

    Dahi

    Currants; Small, dark raisins, made from red, seedless grapes, with a slightly tangy flavour

    Kishmish or Kismis, choti, kali

    Curry Leaves (Murraya koenigii)

    Curry Patta, Meetha Neem, Kari Patta, Kurry Patta, Mahanimb, Surabhi-nimba, Kadhi-limbdo, Kath-nim, Gore-Nimb, Narasingha, Barsanga,
    Basango

    Custard apple

    Sharifa

    Custard apple

    Sitaphal (some people call Pumpkin Sitaphal)

    Date

    Khajur

    Dill

    Sowa or suwa

    Dill weed

    Suwa sag

    Dill weed

    Soa Sag

    Dough

    Goondha Atta

    Dried fruits

    Mewa

    Dried ginger powder

    Sonth

    Dried green mango, powdered

    Amchur/Aamchoor (aam=mango, choor=powder)

    Dried Pomegranate seeds, used in Indian cooking

    Anar dana

    Drumstick (Vegetable))

    Saijan ki Phali or Shinga Phali, Saijam ki Phali, Sejan ki phali, Seeng

    Dry Date

    Chuara

    Dry Date

    Chuara (Chu-a-ra)

    Dry Fenugreek Leaves

    Kasoori Methi

    Dry White Peas (Field Peas)

    Matar, Safaid

    Dry White Peas (Field Peas)

    Matar, Sookhi

    Edible beaten Silver

    Chandi Varak

    Eggplant

    Baingan

    Elephant Yam

    Suran

    Elephant Yam

    Sooran

    Essence (generic)

    Khusboo

    Essence (generic)

    Attar

    Essence (generic)

    Ruh

    Essence (generic)

    Ittar

    Fava bean or Hyacinth Beans, a type of broad beans, also known as Windsor bean and horse beans

    Vaal Dal or Sem or Papri or Valor papdi

    Fennel

    Saunf, Moti

    Fennel

    Sonf

    Fennel

    Saunf, Moti (Shatphool or Dodda jeera)

    Fennel

    Saunf

    Fenugreek leaves, dry

    Kasoori methi

    Fenugreek Seeds

    Methi dana

    Fig

    Anjeer or Anjir

    Flattened rice

    Chiwra, Chiwda, Chira, Aval, Poha, Puha

    Flattened rice (thicker than flaked rice)

    Chiwda or Chiwra or Poha

    Flax Seeds, Linseed

    Alsi

    Flour

    Atta

    French Beans

    Pharas Beans

    Fruit

    Phal

    Gamboge, Garcinia xanthochymus

    Kokum

    Garcinia Indica (Fruit indigenous to the west coast)

    Amsool

    Garlic

    Lahsan

    Garlic

    Lahsun

    Ginger

    Adrak

    Ginger powder

    Sonth or saunth

    Ginger powder

    Saunth or Sonth

    Ginger Powder

    Sonth or Saunth

    Gold leaf - edible

    Varak - Sona

    Grapes

    Angoor

    Grater

    Kaddu kas

    Gravy

    Tari or Shorba or Saalan (Urdu)

    Gravy

    Rasa (Hindi)

    Gravy of a curry

    Salan or Saalan

    Green Banana

    Kachcha Kela

    Green banana (not plantain)

    Hara kela

    Green cardamom

    Choti Ilaichi or elaichi

    Green Gram or Mung Bean, split, skinless or hulled

    Moong or Mung Dal Dhuli (light yellow in colour)

    Green Gram or mung Bean, split, with skin

    Moong dal Chilka

    Green leaf vegetables like spinach, mustard greens or fenugreek leaves

    Saag or Sag (generic)

    Green leaves , like spinach or mustard leaves (generic)

    Sag (generic word)

    Green peppers

    Shimla mirch

    Griddle

    Tawa

    Grinding stones

    Sil batta

    Ground nuts

    Moongphali

    Guava

    Amrud

    Guava

    Amrood

    Hemp

    Bhang

    Hemp

    Bhang

    Herring

    Bhing machli

    Honey

    Shahad

    Honey

    Madhu

    Hyacinth Beans or Fava bean, a type of broad beans, also known as Windsor bean and horse beans

    Vaal Dal or Sem or Papri or Valor papdi

    Indian clay oven

    Tandoor

    Indian cooking pot with lid

    Bhagona

    Indian Cottage cheese, Casein, fromage blanc

    Chenna or Paneer

    Indian Cottage cheese, fromage blanc

    Paneer or Chena

    Indian Fudge with condensed milk and other ingredients

    Burfi

    Indian Gooseberry (Emblica offcinalis)

    Amla or Aamla

    Indian ice-cream

    Kulfi

    Indian sweet gourd

    Dudhi

    Indian sweet gourd

    Ghia

    Indian sweet gourd

    Lauki or Loki

    Indian unleavened bread

    Roti

    Indian unleavened, Indian, thin bread cooked on gridle

    Chapatti or Chapati or Roti

    Indian Wok

    Karahi

    Indian, thin cucumber

    Kakadi

    Indian, thin cucumber

    Kakari

    Ivy Gourd

    Tindora, Tindla, Tondli

    Ivy Gourd

    Tindora, Tindla, Tondli

    Jackfruit

    Kat-hal (Cut-hal)

    Jaggery or Jagary (made by condensing juice of sugar cane)

    Gur or Gud

    Jambu, Java Plum, Jambolan, Malabar Plum, Eugenia jambolana

    Jamun fruit

    Jaun or Jaw

    Barley

    Juice

    Ras

    Kidney Beans or Red Kidney Beans

    Rajma

    Lady's fingers

    Bhindi

    Lamb's-quarters

    Bathua Sag/saag

    Lemon

    Nimbu or Neembu (Western)

    Lemon

    Neembu - peela

    Lime

    Nimbu or Neembu (Indian)

    Little, round, green gourd

    Tinda

    Liver

    Jigar

    Lotus root

    Kamal Kakri, Kamal Gatta, Bhein, Bhen

    Lotus Root

    Bhein or Bhain or Bhen or Kamal Kakri

    Lychee

    Leechee or Lichi

    Maida

    Plain White Flour

    Maida with rainsing agents added to it

    Self raising flour

    Maize

    Bhutta dana

    Mango

    Aam

    Mango Fish

    Topsi or Topshey

    Margosa tree (Azadirachta Indica)

    Neem

    Marjoram

    Ban or Van Tulsi

    Melon - generic, like Honeydew, Canteloupe

    Kharbooja

    Milk

    Doodh

    Milk pudding

    Kheer

    Millet

    Bajri

    Millet or Pearl Millet

    Bajra

    Mint

    Pudina

    Monkey nuts

    Moongphali

    Mooli

    White radish, long ones

    Moth Beans or Mut, Mot, mMt, Papillon, Haricot or Dew bean

    Moth Dal, Sabut

    Mulberry

    Shehtoot

    Mung Beans or Moong Beans or Green gram or , whole

    Moong dal , Sabut

    Mushroom

    Kukur-mutta or Guchchi or Khumbi or Dhool ka Phool

    Mushrooms

    Khumbi

    Mustard

    Sarson

    Mustard oil

    Sarson ka Tael

    Mustard seeds

    Raai or Rai or Sarson

    Mustard seeds

    Rai or Sarson

    Natal plum

    Karonda

    Nigella or Onion seeds

    Kalaunji

    Nigella or Onion seeds

    Kalonji

    Night Shade-Indian

    Kateri or Kantakari

    Nimbu ka chilka

    Lemon Rind

    Nimbu or Neembu

    Lemon

    Nutmeg

    Zaiphal

    Nutmeg

    Jaiphal

    Nux Vomica

    Kuchla

    Oat

    Jow or Jau or Jai or Jaun

    Oat

    Jow or Jau or Jai or Jaun

    Oil

    Tel

    Okra

    Bhindi

    Olive

    Zetoon or zaitun

    Olives

    Jaitun

    Onion

    Pyaz

    Orange

    Narangi

    Orange

    Santara

    Orange (Indian), like satsuma/tangereine

    Santra or Shantra

    Papadom or Papodom or Popodom or Popodum

    Papad or Papar

    Papaya

    Papita or Papeeta

    Paper thin, large roti

    Roomali roti (roomal=handkerchief)

    Pea, Green

    Matar, Hari

    Peach

    Aadu/Aadoo/Adoo/Aaru

    Peanuts

    Moongphali

    Pear

    Nashpati

    Peel or Rind or Skin (generic)

    Chilka

    Peepul Tree

    Pipal or Peepal

    Pickle

    Achar or Aachar

    Pigeon Peas

    Tur or Toor or Arhar, Sabut

    Pigeon-peas or Split Red Gram (can also be oily)

    Tuvar Dal

    Pigeon-peas or Split Red Gram (can also be oily)

    Toor dal

    Pigeon-peas or Split Red Gram (can also be oily)

    Tur dal

    Pigeon-peas or Split Red Gram (Often called Yellow lentil)

    Arhar Dal (can also be oily)

    Pilaf or Pilaff rice; rice cooked with spices and other ingredients

    Pulao rice (generic)

    Pine Kernel

    Chilgoza

    Pineapple

    Annanas

    Pineapple

    Ananas or Annanas

    Pistachi

    Pishta

    Pistachio

    Pista

    Plain, white flour (all purpose flour in USA)

    Maida

    Plum

    Alubukhara or Aloobukhara

    Pomegranate

    Anar or Anaar

    Poppy seeds

    Khas khas

    Poppy seeds

    Post dana

    Poppy seeds

    Khus Khus/Kus Kus

    Potato

    Aloo or Aaloo or Alu

    Puffed Kernel of Gorgon Nut or Fox Nut

    Makhana

    Puffed basmati rice

    Mamra

    Puffed rice

    Murmura

    Pulp

    Gooda

    Pulse or lentil

    Dhal

    Pulse or lentil; legume, beans, peas etc.

    Dal

    Pumpkin

    Kaddu

    Radish

    Mooli

    Radish seed pods

    Seengre or moongre

    Raisin, generic term for dried grape. Also used to describe dark brown, dried grapes, with a sweet, mellow flavour

    Kishmish or Kismis (generic term)

    Raw or uncooked

    Kachcha

    Red chilli

    Lal mirch

    Red Cow Peas

    Like whole Mung beans, but red

    Red Lentil, whole (can be labelled as Green or Brown lentil)

    Masoor, Sabut 1

    Red lentils, Split and skinless

    Masoor Dal Dhuli

    Red Sorrel

    Chukka Leaves

    Rice (generic)

    Chawal

    Rice flakes or flattened rice

    Poha

    Rice flakes or flattened rice

    Pauwa

    Ridged gourd (Zuchini like vegetable or courgette)

    Turai or Tori

    Ridged or smooth Indian gourd (Indian Courgette)

    Tori or Turai

    Rolling board

    Chakla

    Rolling Pin

    Belan

    Rose

    Gulab

    Rose

    Gulab

    Rose water

    Gulab jal

    Safflower

    Kusam or Kusumbo

    Saffron

    Kesar or Zafran

    Saffron

    Zafran

    Saffron

    Jafran

    Saffron Coloured

    Kesari

    Sage herb (Salvia officinalis)

    Seesti or Salbia-Sefakuss or Sefakuss

    Sago, produced from pith of Metroxylon and other palms

    Sabudana

    Salt

    Namak

    Salt

    Nimak

    Salty or Savoury

    Namkeen

    Sapodilla Plum or Sapota

    Cheekoo or Chikoos

    Sapodilla Plum or Sapota

    Chickoo

    Screwpine flower essence (pendanus odoratissimus)

    Kewra

    Self Raising Flour

    Maida + 2 level teaspoon baking powder

    Semolina

    Sooji or Suji or Rava

    Semolina

    Rawa

    Sesame

    Til

    Shark, fresh water

    Boalee

    Sieve

    Chalni or chhalni

    Silver barfish

    Karli

    Silver belly Fish

    Surgutta Machli

    Silver leaf - edible

    Varak - Chandi

    Skewer

    Seekh

    Small balls in sugar syrup, made of flour and milk powderkhoa

    Gulab jaman

    Small balls in syrup, made of flour and milk powder/mawa

    Gulab jaman

    Snap Melon

    Phoot

    Soda bicarb

    Pakaney wala soda

    Sorghum

    Jwar or Jowar

    Sorghum or Shorghum

    Jowar or Jwar

    Sorrel

    Khatta-palak Khatta-saag Chukka-kura Ambat-chuka

    Sorrel, Red

    Chukka Sag

    Soup or stock or gravy

    Yakhini

    Soup, gravy

    Shorba

    Sour or sharp

    Khatta

    Soya bean

    Bhatma

    Spinach

    Palak

    Split Peas (Field Pea)

    Matar Dal

    Split, skinless black chickpeas

    Chana dal

    Spring onion with greens

    Hara piaz

    Spring onions with greens

    Hari Pyaz

    Squid

    Samudra-pheni (or feni)

    Star Anise

    Anas phal

    Star Anise

    Chakri phool

    Star fruit, Carombola

    Kamrak or Kumrak

    Starfruit or Carambola

    Kamrakh

    Stir-fried

    Bhuna

    Stir-Fry (it)

    Bhoono or Bhunao

    Stone apple, Bengal quince, Wood apple

    Bael, Bel, Bail, Shriphal

    Stuffed

    Bhare or bharua

    Sugar

    Cheeni

    Sugar

    Shakkar

    Sugar

    Cheeni or Chini

    Sugar cane

    Ganna

    Sugar Syrup

    Chashni or Sheera

    Sultana, Very sweet, large, pale/gold/amber raisins, made from seedless white grapes

    Kishmish or Kismis, Sunahri or Peeli, Badi

    Sunflower

    Sooraj-mukhi

    Sweet Lime

    Mausammi

    Sweet potatoes

    Shakarkand

    Tamarind

    Imli

    Tapioca, produced from the cassava

    Sabudana

    Tempering (Tarka) with cumin/mustard etc. in hot oil

    Dhungar or tarka

    Tempering of foods with hot ghee/oil and cumin/mustrad seeds etc.

    Baghaar

    Thymol flowers

    Ajwain ke Phool

    Tomato

    Tamatar

    Trotter

    Paaya

    Turmeric

    Haldi or Huldi

    Turnip

    Shalgam

    Turtle

    Kachua

    Vegetable (generic)

    Sabji

    Vermicelli

    Seviyan

    Vermicilli

    Sev

    Vinegar

    Sirka

    Walnut

    Akhrote, Akroot

    Water

    Pani

    Water chestnuts

    Singhara

    Water-melon

    Tarbooja

    Watermelon

    Tarbooja

    Wax Gourd, Ash Gourd, Tallow Gourd, Ash Pumpkin

    Petha

    Weighing scales

    Taraju

    Wheat

    Gehun

    Wheat flour

    Gehun ka atta

    White

    Safed

    White gram or chickpea

    Kabuli chana

    White pepper

    Safed mirch

    Whole

    Sabut

    With yoghurt

    Dahi wala

    Wok

    Kadhai

    Yam - ordinary

    Ratalu

    Yeast

    Khameer

    Yellow Gram

    Chana dal

    Yellow Split Peas (Field peas)

    Matar dal

    Yoghurt

    Dahi

    Friday, February 17, 2012

    Big List of Press Release Sites




    I in no way advocate the mass-submitting of press releases using automatic submission tools, or even manually submitting to large numbers of free press release distribution sites on this list or not.

    If you’d like to distribute your press releases for free in a way that’s actually effective:

    A) Make sure you have something newsworthy to say,
    B) Your press release is written professionally (or it wouldn't be an advertisement)
    C)Follow the free press release distribution tips (Mentiona over the Web-page).
    D)There shouldn't be keyword stuffing in the press release content.
    E)All Hyper-Links should properly opened and closed.

    Also, I haven’t submitted press releases to each of these sites. If I’ve made an error and a site isn’t in fact free, let me know, and I’ll remove it. If I’ve missed a free press release distribution site, please let me know, and I’ll add it.

    And on that note, here is it… the BIG list of free press release distribution sites:


  • mynewsdesk.com

  • directionsmag.com

  • hostreview.com

  • promotionworld.com

  • webknowhow.net

  • i-newswire.com

  • nowpublic.com

  • htmlprimer.com

  • lxer.com

  • pr.com

  • cincinnati.com

  • domaininformer.com

  • indiaprwire.com

  • 1888pressrelease.com

  • dbusiness.com

  • asiatoday.com

  • cgidir.com

  • fstribune.com

  • press.forestlaneshul.com

  • dropjack.com

  • 24-7pressrelease.com

  • free-press-release.com

  • prfire.co.uk

  • ideamarketers.com

  • javascriptsearch.com

  • prmac.com

  • merinews.com

  • onlineprnews.com

  • pr-usa.net

  • freepressreleases.co.uk

  • pressreleases.kcstar.com

  • journal-news.com

  • pr9.net

  • worldcainodirectory.com

  • sogroop.com

  • transworldnews.com

  • prsync.com

  • articlecirculation.com

  • prlol.com

  • ecommwire.com

  • free-press-release-center.info

  • pr.auctionbytes.com

  • malebits.com

  • prurgent.com

  • sbinformer.com

  • sbwire.com

  • made-from-india.com

  • research-studies-press.co.uk

  • worldpressrelease.org

  • socialmediaportal.com

  • articleshub.org

  • briefingwire.com

  • mediasyndicate.com

  • release-news.com

  • freepressrelease.com.au

  • seekingmedia.com.au

  • listfree.org

  • goldmic.com

  • marketpressrelease.com

  • addpr.com

  • startupqna.com

  • compliancehome.com

  • lokkatha.com

  • topwirenews.com

  • free-prsite.com

  • rambhai.com

  • indiacompanynews.com

  • indiaprline.com

  • webnewswire.com

  • pressreleaseforum.com

  • pr4links.com

  • newsbycompany.com

  • compliancehome

  • sardnews.org

  • newdesignworld.com

  • africanewswire.net

  • prfriend.com

  • prwindow.com

  • santaclarita.com

  • prxbuilder.com

  • worldprline.com

  • wmbiz.com

  • pressmethod.com

  • upvery.com

  • forpressrelease.com

  • netforcepress.com

  • kjprnews.com

  • press-network.com

  • freepressreleasecenter.com

  • prbd.net

  • localpressreleaser.com

  • localnews.biz

  • freeprnow.com

  • pressdeposit.com

  • ukpressreleases.co.uk

  • releasewire.org

  • emeapr.com

  • ezinearticles.org.uk

  • itsoftpr.com

  • articlesbase.in

  • epicpr.com

  • indiaza.com

  • postfreepressreleases.com

  • free-news-distribution.com

  • pressoclock.com

  • submitfreepr.com

  • timinternet.com

  • 121pressrelease.com

  • pressreleasesubmission.co.uk

  • timesofindia.eu

  • pr4india.com

  • hindustantimes.eu

  • northeastindianews.com

  • epressreleasesite.com

  • thehubcompany.com

  • nagpurguide.com

  • pressreleasehome.com

  • pressreleasepad.com

  • eenadu.eu

  • ibnlive.eu

  • pressreleaseroom.com

  • skelp.co.uk

  • pressportalonline.com

  • 25pressreleases.com

  • adsrack.com

  • clickanews.net

  • justprnews.com

  • prquick.com

  • top-best-news.com

  • pressreleasesfree.com

  • pressreleasefiles.com

  • freeprnews.in

  • fastpressreleaser.com

  • free-pressrelease.org

  • generalite.com

  • information-online.com

  • newpressrelease.net

  • pr-canada.net

  • pr-gb.com

  • sanepr.com

  • vipabout.com

  • freepressrelease.com

  • qualitypressreleaser.com

  • stuffdaily.com

  • submissionsvalley.com

  • web-press-release.com

  • pr.ub-news.com

  • chinanewsx.com

  • uknewsx.com

  • pressreleaseprint.com

  • hotsamachar.com

  • freeukpressrelease.co.uk

  • tectrical.com

  • technifuture.com

  • technofrantic.com

  • newsactive.net

  • newsinsites.com

  • newsphase.com

  • our-newsletter.com

  • netforcetechnology.com

  • netbizresources.com

  • netforcepr.com

  • clickanews.com

  • netforcenews.com

  • astro-business.com

  • bitboot.com

  • boston-ma.mobi

  • freepresssubmission

  • indianewsx.com

  • openpress.in

  • spicypr.com

  • princesimon.com

  • fgnpr.com

  • freenewspost.com

  • publicrelations.uk.com

  • way2pressrelease.com

  • pralley.com

  • pressrelize.com

  • prmarker.com

  • prtake.com

  • pressrelease4all.com

  • clipreleases.com

  • pressu.com

  • pressreleasepedia.com

  • bookmypr.com

  • freepressreleasenow.com

  • pressreleaseset.com

  • prnation.org

  • pressreleaseleap.com

  • prcarrier.com

  • xpressreleasewire.com

  • pressburner.com

  • ratepressrelease.com

  • pressreleasewheel.com

  • pressreleaseway.com

  • pressreleasevisual.com

  • pressreleasevision.com

  • pressreleaseultra.com

  • pressreleasetycoon.com

  • pressreleasetwist.com

  • pressreleasetime.com

  • pressreleasethis.com

  • pressreleasetalk.com

  • pressreleasestatus.com

  • pressreleasesplash.com

  • pressreleasesection.com

  • pressreleasepulse.com

  • pressreleaseprovider.com

  • pressreleaseprime.com

  • pressreleaseport.com

  • pressreleasepick.com

  • pressreleasepace.com

  • pressreleasemobi.com

  • pressreleasemeter.com

  • pressreleaselogs.com

  • pressreleaseloft.com

  • pressreleaseidea.com

  • pressreleasegator.com

  • pressreleasegallery.com

  • pressreleasefusion.com

  • pressreleaseflix.com

  • pressreleaseflick.com

  • pressreleaseevent.com

  • pressreleasecrust.com

  • pressreleaseconnect.com

  • pressreleasechain.com

  • pressreleasebud.com

  • pressreleaseblink.com

  • pressreleaseblaze.com

  • pressreleasearea.com

  • pressfrisk.com

  • pressarcade.com

  • mediatepress.com

  • mediatenews.com

  • markpressrelease.com

  • linkpressrelease.com

  • justpressrelease.com

  • idealpressrelease.com

  • grouppressrelease.com

  • geopressrelease.com

  • extendpress.com

  • explorepress.com

  • clickedpress.com

  • activepressrelease.com

  • pressrelease.weaddurlink.com

  • pressnewz.info

  • philippinespressrelease.com

  • skynewswire.com

  • news.reriani.com

  • jsonline.com

  • dailytech.com

  • edn.com

  • fiercewireless.com

  • canadaone.com

  • njbiz.com

  • blendernation.com

  • keysnews.com

  • fiber2fashion.com

  • daily-chronicle.com

  • itp.net

  • mechdir.com

  • nanotech-now.com

  • news.thomasnet.com

  • policeone.com

  • sys-con.com

  • webpronews.com

  • fiercefinance.com

  • bizeurope.com

  • altpress.com

  • fiercecio.com

  • hongkiat.com

  • arkansasbusiness.com

  • articlecity.com

  • aspendailynews.com

  • recruitersnetwork.com

  • downloadjunction.com

  • ourmidland.com

  • opensystemsmedia.com

  • bitsofnews.com

  • eurodestination.com

  • ferret.com.au

  • geospatialtoday.com

  • indianmirror.com

  • infolink.com.au

  • medindia.net

  • mess.be

  • news.infoshop.org

  • news.websitegear.com

  • sydneyshowcase.com.au

  • openpr.com

  • press.abc-directory.com

  • businessservicesuk.com

  • active-high.co.uk

  • press.tnvacation.com

  • chanvillager.com

  • pressbox.co.uk

  • jordannews.com

  • pressbox.com

  • tmonews.com

  • topseos.com

  • epscene.com

  • webhostmagazine.com

  • thebrunswicknews.com

  • audiodirectory.nl

  • musesmuse.com

  • softarea51.com

  • manateechamber.com

  • web.vivavip.com

  • download3k.com

  • bevnet.com

  • whyitnow.org

  • starnewsgroup.com

  • nywici.org

  • travpr.com

  • loraincounty.com

  • myjournalcourier.com

  • anime-source.com

  • imnewswatch.com

  • itbinternet.com

  • kazor.com

  • plumbingpark.co.uk

  • isquint.net

  • mpiscopo.com

  • seroundtable.com

  • visitnorthwest.com

  • maniacdev.com

  • activeset.org

  • free-news-release.com

  • afterdawn.com

  • upload.it

  • signindustry.com

  • enewswire.co.uk

  • ichiganpr.net

  • propertywire.com

  • thesuntimes.com

  • lessors.com

  • pressreleasecirculation.com

  • zonebot.com

  • itbinnovation.com

  • itbsecurity.com

  • itbsoftware.com

  • itbcomputing.com

  • itbstorage.com

  • itbapple.com

  • approvedbusiness.co.uk

  • business.lincolndailynews.com

  • businessniagara.ca

  • clickshappen.com

  • efreepressrelease.com

  • articlesdir.org

  • newsalbum.com

  • antiguapressreleases.com

  • dime-co.com

  • jkhanok.com

  • pressexposure.com

  • freepressreleasewriting.com

  • howtopressrelease.com

  • yourfreepressrelease.net

  • postafreepressrelease.com

  • itbcellular.com

  • pr.co.nz

  • pressreleasepublic.com

  • prsyndication.com

  • justpublicity.com

  • marketmixup.com

  • newsarticles.net.au

  • pressrelease.made-from-india.com

  • news.directoryurlsubmission.com

  • webchronicle.com

  • venusexcellent.com.my

  • update.press-network.com

  • articlesubmission.org

  • contract-furniture.org.uk

  • waterfilters.co.uk

  • anyrelease.com

  • pagerelease.com

  • pressrelease.omani.ac

  • pressreleases.top10media.co.uk

  • business-press-release.blogspot.in

  • freepr101.com

  • news.toptieraid.com

  • xooarticles.com

  • pageup-pressrelease-network.com

  • baltimore-pressrelease.com

  • arizona-pressrelease.com

  • atlanta-pressrelease.com

  • austin-pressrelease.com

  • boston-pressrelease.com

  • buffalo-pressrelease.com

  • california-pressrelease.com

  • charleston-pressrelease.com

  • charlotte-pressrelease.com

  • chicago-pressrelease.com

  • cincinnati-pressrelease.com

  • cleveland-pressrelease.com

  • colorado-pressrelease.com

  • columbus-pressrelease.com

  • dallas-pressrelease.com

  • denver-pressrelease.com

  • detroit-pressrelease.com

  • florida-pressrelease.com

  • georgia-pressrelease.com

  • hawaii-pressrelease.com

  • honolulu-pressrelease.com

  • houston-pressrelease.com

  • illinois-pressrelease.com

  • indiana-pressrelease.com

  • indianapolis-pressrelease.com

  • jacksonville-pressrelease.com

  • kansascity-pressrelease.com

  • lasvegas-pressrelease.com

  • losangeles-pressrelease.com

  • maryland-pressrelease.com

  • massachusetts-pressrelease.com

  • memphis-pressrelease.com

  • miami-pressrelease.com

  • michigan-pressrelease.com

  • minneapolis-pressrelease.com

  • minnesota-pressrelease.com

  • nashville-pressrelease.com

  • nevada-pressrelease.com

  • newjersey-pressrelease.com

  • neworleans-pressrelease.com

  • newyork-pressrelease.com

  • newyorkcity-pressrelease.com

  • northcarolina-pressrelease.com

  • orlando-pressrelease.com

  • pennsylvania-pressrelease.com

  • philadelphia-pressrelease.com

  • phoenix-pressrelease.com

  • pittsburgh-pressrelease.com

  • portland--pressrelease.com

  • saltlakecity-pressrelease.com

  • sanantonio-pressrelease.com

  • sandiego-pressrelease.com

  • sanfrancisco-pressrelease.com

  • sanjose-pressrelease.com

  • seattle-pressrelease.com

  • tennessee-pressrelease.com

  • texas-pressrelease.com

  • utah-pressrelease.com

  • virginia-pressrelease.com

  • washington-pressrelease.com

  • washingtondc-pressrelease.com

  • usa-pressrelease.com

  • ammoland.com

  • themedguru.com

  • powerhomebiz.com

  • newsoftheweird.com

  • eng-forum.com

  • franchisenewscenter.com

  • naccu.org

  • redstoneadvertising.com

  • pressreleaseplanet.com

  • ameinfo.com

  • crm2day.com

  • hospnews.com

  • nytimes.com

  • news.gilbert.org

  • atlanticfreepress.com

  • arabcrunch.com

  • zawya.com

  • processingtalk.com

  • businessexaminer.com

  • submitshop.com

  • virtualwordpublishing.com

  • azfranchises.com


  • Remember, if you see something that shouldn’t be in this list, email me or leave a comment, and I’ll remove it. If you know of other free press release distribution sites that aren’t here, let me know that too, and I’ll add them if they’re appropriate. On that note, please don’t ask me to add any “article directory” links here. They are NOT the same thing as press release distribution sites, no matter what you’ve seen posted in webmaster forums. And at this point if you don’t know the difference between articles and press releases, you can pretty much join the groups I mentioned earlier in this post.




    Format for Press Release:



    Title:
    Summary:
    Resource Box:
    Address:
    Contact Number:
    Submitter Name:
    Business Name:
    Keywords:
    Category:

    Friday, February 10, 2012

    How To Improve Jump


    Jumping is really a natural thing for anyone but there will always be those who can jump higher than the others. Height is one factor but some shorter individuals can jump higher than other taller individuals. In many cases, such individuals have found ways to increase jump height. Indeed, there are specific exercises one can do to increase the vertical jump. These exercises target the muscles needed for jumping and tone them to maximize the jumping power—this can be particularly important to basketball players and other athletes.

    Plyometrics tend to be the most effective exercises for improving jumping abilities. Plyometrics is a type of exercise training designed to produce fast, powerful movements, and improve the functions of the nervous system, generally for the purpose of improving performance in sports. Plyometric movements, in which a muscle is loaded and then contracted in rapid sequence, use the strength and elasticity of muscle and surrounding tissues to jump higher, run faster, throw farther, or hit harder, depending on the desired training goal. Plyometrics is used to increase the speed or force of muscular contractions, providing explosiveness for a variety of sport-specific activities. Plyometrics has been shown across the literature to be beneficial to a variety of athletes. Benefits range from injury prevention, power development and sprint performance amongst others.

    Plyometric training involves and uses practicing plyometric movements to toughen tissues and train nerve cells to stimulate a specific pattern of muscle contraction so the muscle generates as strong a contraction as possible in the shortest amount of time. A plyometric contraction involves first a rapid muscle lengthening movement (eccentric phase), followed by a short resting phase (amortization phase), then an explosive muscle shortening movement (concentric phase), which enables muscles to work together in doing the particular motion. Plyometric training engages the myotatic reflex, which is the automatic contraction of muscles when their stretch sensory receptors are stimulated.

    Muscular power and muscular strength are two different things. Muscular strength refers to how much force can be applied. Strength alone is not indicative of speed. Although muscle strength is correlated to sprint performance, research has shown that combining both resistance training and plyometric training will have better effects on training. While plyometrics assists in rapid force development (power), weight training assists in maximal force output (strength). Power refers to the combined factors of speed and strength.

    Performance in many sports is based on different types of power. One activity that requires speed-favored power is high jumping: ultimately, jump height is determined by how fast one is moving once one's legs have left the ground. Good jumpers may not have exceptional leg strength, but they can produce it at exceptional speeds.