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Is Mahabharata True??

In this day and age, there are many who dispute the authenticity of Mahabharata. We here, Provide you many facts that indeed prove Mahabharata did happen and many happenings are indeed true. However, is it in total true? Delve in to see :))

16 Teachings of Lord Krishna that will Change your Life

Lord Shri Krishna

During the Kurukshetra war of Mahabharata, Arjuna hesitated to fight the battle where he had to kill his own kinsmen. And so Krishna went on to teach the Bhagvat gita to Arjuna to show him the reality as it is. We have analyzed the Bhagvat gita and came up with these 16 invaluable lessons.  This video will present you with the teachings of lord krishna about nature of the soul, Our binding existence, Karma, Dharma , How to live, Who we are, after life and so on. Hope this will be of some use to all of you.

Open the gateway your own dreams

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“𝙄𝙛 𝙬𝙚 𝙨𝙚𝙩 𝙞𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 𝙬𝙚 𝙢𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙗𝙚 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙩𝙤 𝙥𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙞𝙘𝙞𝙥𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙩𝙤𝙬𝙖𝙧𝙙𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙚𝙞𝙧 𝙛𝙧𝙪𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣. 𝙏𝙤 𝙬𝙞𝙨𝙝, 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙠, 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙨𝙞𝙩 𝙞𝙙𝙡𝙚 𝙖𝙩 𝙝𝙤𝙢𝙚, 𝙣𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧 𝙥𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙞𝙘𝙞𝙥𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙬𝙝𝙞𝙘𝙝 𝙬𝙚 𝙞𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙙 – 𝙙𝙤𝙚𝙨 𝙣𝙤𝙩 𝙗𝙧𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙩𝙤 𝙪𝙨 𝙖𝙡𝙡 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙨 𝙤𝙛 𝙬𝙝𝙞𝙘𝙝 𝙬𝙚 𝙙𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙢. 𝙏𝙤 𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙞𝙨𝙚 𝙣𝙚𝙬 𝙥𝙤𝙨𝙨𝙞𝙗𝙞𝙡𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙚𝙨, 𝙬𝙚 𝙢𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙥𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙞𝙘𝙞𝙥𝙖𝙩𝙚.” 🌏🏃🏻‍♀️🧳 .

Goa hotel

Embarking on several courses of international travel and work opportunities in recent years – is something I’ve found to be SO healing to the intrepid soul within me.

The healing of past fears, hang-ups and general judgments I’d had impressed upon me about it all – that it were too much effort, too expensive, too dangerous or that it would be unsafe to visit certain countries outside of the Western world – I’d let these impressions impact my natural inclinations to explore, for several of my earlier years.

Now, being able to experience these aspects of the whole journey in my OWN eyes, through my own efforts and ambitions to explore – feels like one of the biggest thresholds I’ve had to cross in terms of life experience.

Considering this particular visit to India has been the first self-directed international trip I’ve set out to experience – I feel deeply that it’s massive reason to celebrate 🎉

While I mightn’t have experienced the typical rite of passage “gap years” of intensive international travels in my early 20’s – I see to it all that this time is not lost. I envision countless overseas adventures ahead in my entire lifetime yet.

The overall lesson I feel, is a reminder that you should never allow the fears, projections or insecurities of those in your close circles – regardless of these people being family, friends, partners or close confidants – prohibit you from following the deepest dream intentions you’ve set for yourself.

As much as your loved ones may only want the best for you – you must also set out to discover exactly what this is, for yourself.

To fulfill these intentions, we must be willing to be pro-active, self-authoritative and dedicated to fulfilling our personal visions.

The specific dream outcomes that capture our hearts won’t necessarily just fall into our laps.

Don’t ever let the resistance faced in fighting for what you desire, turn you away from the potency of your intuition, or from the fire in your belly.

Whatever IT is, if you really want IT,

You must wholeheartedly participate in life;

You must learn to follow through

To strengthen the connection to your own sense of self-trust, your own soul’s message

And open the gateway to your dreams

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Mom Catches Her 9-Year-Old Son

We’ve all cheated – for some, it was math, for some – English classes, but there isn’t probably anyone who hasn’t done this at some point in time at school. Students would always find the most ingenious ways to cheat, but nowadays with all the new technologies, they’re getting even more creative. Recently, Leanne Gormanley – a young mom from the United Kingdom – caught her son cheating in a hilarious way. In the video captured, you can see a 9-year-old boy sitting on the floor and asking a smart speaker named Alexa: ‘What’s eight multiplied by four?’

This mom caught her 9-year-old cheating on his math homework by using Alexa

Leanne shared the video on her Facebook page along with the caption: “I would say it’s a fantastic effort son…NOT. Alexa is NOT how you do your home work Bryce. 10/10 for cleverness on this aul boy. Really could not believe the cheek of him doing it when I was in the vicinity.” The video almost instantly went viral with over 38k people sharing and 27k people liking it. “I was legit like wtf. I [would] never have thought of that either,” she responded to someone who commented that the mom should give credit to the boy for creativity. “Definitely not like his mum. I [would] have been too scared to do that,” she later added.

The sly kid didn’t seem to mind his mom’s presence and continued ‘cheating’ even when she called him out

Dog Waits 4 Years

Dog Leo

“A dog is a man’s best friend” is something a lot of people would agree with. There are hundreds of stories about dogs whose love for their human is stronger than any obstacle.  Recently, the story of Leo, a dog from Thailand, went viral. His owners accidentally left the poor pooch near a gas station. From that day on, Leo never left that place and patiently waited four long years until the return of his family.

People tried to help Leo, he was thin and starving. It seemed like he developed some sort of skin disease. A 45-year-old woman named Saowalak fed him as much as she could and took him home, but every time Leo escaped and was found in the same spot by the road. So she gave up and just brought food for him next to the road.

Another concerned citizen named Anuchit Uncharoen took to social media to try to find Leo’s owners. In his post, he uploaded some pictures and mentioned that the dog has been waiting four years for his lost owner.

The good folk of the internet shared the post and a miracle happened, the real family of Leo found him. They contacted Anuchit Uncharoen and told him that Leo looks like BonBon – the dog they lost four years ago in 2015. The family tried to search for their dog after they realized he had gone missing, but didn’t manage to find him and assumed the worst.

BonBon was really happy to see his family, but surprisingly not willing to follow them home. It seemed like he decided to stay with the woman that has been caring for him for the past four years. The family supported BonBon’s decision and let him stay with Saowalak.

The family promised to help take care of BonBon, come visit and help pay for any vet bills.

Do you know her

An eleven-year-old girl, who lost one leg to cancer, danced to Vidya Balan’s song Mere Dholna at an event in Kolkata. The video has gone viral.

video of a young girl’s dance performance has gone viral on social media for all the right reasons. Anjali, 11, lost one of her legs to cancer but despite that, put up a brilliant performance during a medical conference in Kolkata recently. She danced to Shreya Ghoshal’s hit number Mere Dholna Sunn from Akshay Kumar’s 2007 film Bhool Bhulaiyaa and it was nothing short of fantastic.  Resplendent in a lehenga choli, Anjali performed difficult Kathak steps and chakkars to the beats of the song and danced with effortless ease as the audience cheered for her. Dr Arnab Gupta, who attended the conference, recorded Anjali’s performance and shared it on Facebook.  In his caption, Dr Gupta said that Anjali aspired to be a dancer but lost one of her legs to cancer. “Our treating doctors and nurses inspired her with the story of Sudhachandran. She fought back to become an outstanding dancer within couple of years, winning several accolades and hearts,” an excerpt from Dr Gupta’s post reads.

Meanwhile, the internet, needless to mention, loved Anjali’s performance as the video has been shared widely across Facebook and has garnered over 3,000 likes. Netizens applauded Anjali in the comments section and posted heart emoticons for her.  “You are such an inspiration to all… may you keep shining,” a user said while another added, “God bless you, Anjali.”  Isn’t this absolutely fantastic?

The Places and People

Turkey
Everning seen turkey
Turkey beautiful

One year ago today I quit my job, sold almost everything I own (again), and set off on my second adventure around the world. While a year seems like a long time to live out of a suitcase, for me it seems like mere months. I have to continuously remind myself not to lose track of time and make each destination and experience count. With each new country I visit I learn not only about the culture and the incredible landscapes it bares, but most importantly I learn more about myself. Travel changes you in the most profoundly positive ways that are difficult to comprehend at the time. It isn’t until I stop exploring for a moment and reflect back on all the places and people I have met that I realize just how lucky I am to be on this journey. It’s easy to take for granted being able to travel long term and I wanted to thank everyone I have shared experiences with and to all those that are following along in the adventure. Never fear as I am not done traveling and just so happen to be leaving Turkey today for my next great adventure, the Kingdom of Nepal, where I plan to get back to the experiences I love most, the people of Asia and making my photography, and now video, count for something. Stay tuned for more exciting work in the weeks and months to come…

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Guy ‘Adopts’

Stray cats and dogs aren’t the only ones who need love and care. Some skeletons are searching for new parents, too. Luckily, Halloween is just around the corner. During this time of year, people usually remember these forgotten souls, inviting them into their hearts and homes. Late Night TV writer Jesse McLaren did just that. Jesse surprised his 1.2 million Twitter followers with an adoption announcement — the man took in a “terrified” skeleton. The best part? Jesse documented it becoming a family member.

Credit source :- McJesse

A Small Thought Changes Your Life

A small things teach a lesson this images text have lots of thoughts. Nowadays everyone want to clean earth but they forget to yourself. Why people don’t want adopte this habit. It is good things you want clean earth but first see your House, office, your workshop which need to cleaning. First start to clean your room, house, office after taking to ” Clean up the earth “.

World Famous Camel Fair in Pushkar

Upcoming Event 2019 – World Famous Camel Fair in Pushkar Rajasthan India

Pray to come Pushkar Fair India


Enjoy Fair with artist in Pushkar Rajasthan India
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Now Upcoming 4 November 2019 start to World Famous Camel Fair in Pushkar Rajasthan India. It is beautiful city. There lots of people come to accorss of world. If you are make to planning come India than visit this site https://www.airbnb.co.in/c/vimlesht1?s=67shared_item_type=9&virality_entry_point=13 This site make a better traveling plan for you.

Outstanding Performance

Man Accidentally Captures A Video Of His Baby Daughter Dancing To Their Dog Playing The Piano

Watch Buddy Mercury and his little sis have the best party in the video below

 

Buddy Mercury is a rescue dog who became famous for his next-level piano skills. But he’s much more than that. The beagle also loves singing and is great with kids. The ultimate pupper. Recently, Buddy Mercury’s pawrents uploaded a video of his little sis rocking out to his tune, and it’s going viral for all the right reasons. Accumulating over 4 million views, this clip is precisely what the internet was created for.

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World Famous Tajmahal of Agra India

It houses one of the seven wonders of the world, Taj Mahal and even has two other unesco world heritage sites.  So here is what I visited in Agra :-

  1) TAJ MAHAL – Words can not express it’s beauty, one has to visit Taj Mahal to admire this monument of love. Taj Mahal is closed during Friday’s and opens from sunrise to sunset. Foreign nationals fees is ₹ 1100/- and if one wants to visit the mausoleum he has to pay a additional fee of ₹200/- I feel one should visit the Taj Mahal in the morning to avoid the rush. One needs to hop on a Electric tuk tuk from the car parking area, charges are ₹10/- per person. Shoe covers are also needed which will cost ₹10/- Bag packs or any other carry bags are not allowed inside the Taj Mahal.  Regular Entry Fees for Indians ₹50 Location :- https://maps.app.goo.gl/7p5B3 

2) AGRA FORT – It’s the residence of the Mughal Empire, it houses Sheesh Mahal, Akbar Mahal, diwan E Aam and a masque. This red sandstone fort was even ruled by the Maratha Empire before coming under the British Empire.  Entry Fees for Indians ₹40 Location :- https://maps.app.goo.gl/28mJH 

  3) FETHPUR SIKRI – A town made by mughal emperor Akbar on the outskirts of Agra, it acted as it’s second capital. It houses a dargah of sufi saint Salim Chishti. One has to park his car at the designated govt car parking at ₹100/- for visiting Fethpur Sikri. There is a CNG bus that takes you to the fort for ₹10/- per person.  Entry Fees for indians ₹50 Location :- https://maps.app.goo.gl/9HZJt 

  4) AGRA SHOE MARKET – Agra is the biggest footwear manufacturing hub in India. So one can shop for surplus goods from Sadar Bazaar and buy leather footwear at extremely reasonable prices. Do watch my dedicated agra shoe shopping for reference.  

5) AGRA STREET FOOD – One can not miss Agra street food if one visits the Taj City. I recommend you to savour Bedhai Puri, Alu Tikki Chat and Petha during your visit. Do watch my dedicated agra street food for reference.

World Famous Bangalore Tourist Places

20 Must visit #Bangalore Tourist Places | The world’s Most Dynamic City! | Comprehensive guide

Famous Places to Visit in Mumbai

Mumbai Tourism | Famous 14 Places to Visit in #Mumbai Tour

JALA NETI ⚜PANCHA KRIYA⚜ daily yogic cleaning

JALA NETI ⚜PANCHA KRIYA⚜
daily yogic cleaning

The Master speaks about the extraordinary benefits of doing Neti. Neti process helps a Nirahari to clean the whole respiratory track from nose to lungs. It cleanses the breathing process, removing all blockages from our breathing. This makes a Nirahari inhale, exhale deeply, absorbing deep Prana, the life-force through air, their main source of food, energy.

Master stresses the need for deep Prana flow for all meditation and yogic processes. Ideally, a Nirahari should have deep breathing flow from every tip of the body. More so, the inhale and exhale should extend on to the knees, then we know, the Nirhara process is really successful. Neti helps achieve this.

Neti removes all the dirt and bacteria filled mucus from within the nose. It also helps to drain the sinus cavities. This in turn, will help to reprogram the body’s natural mechanisms against nasal infections such as hay fever, allergies, sinusitis and other upper respiratory complaints like sore throats and coughs, post nasal drip, inflammation of tonsils and adenoids.

It is beneficial for illnesses such as asthma and bronchitis as it reduces the tendency for mouth breathing by freeing the nostrils of mucus. It has a cooling and soothing effect on the brain by drawing out excessive heat, and is therefore beneficial for headaches, migraine, epilepsy, temper tantrums, hysteria, depression and general mental tension.

Physical Benefits – Neti is of great benefit for problems associated with the eyes. It helps flush the tear ducts, encouraging clearer vision and gives a sparkle to the eyes. It can be beneficial for certain types of ear disorders such as middle ear infections, glue ear, tinnitus (ear ringing) conditions.

Neti improves sensitivity of the olfactory nerves, helping to restore lost sense of smell, and thereby benefits the relationship with taste and the digestive processes.

Spiritual Benefits – Neti has subtle effects on the pineal and pituitary glands that control the hormonal system. This has a harmonizing effect on emotional behavior. Neti affects the psychic center known as Ajna Chakra, the third eye i.e. the cosmic browsing center, which helps in awakening higher states of meditation. It helps to stimulate better powers of visualization and concentration and gives a feeling of lightness and clarity to the mind.

Neti has infinite benefits. It is also excellent for overcoming addictions such as smoking. Since it reduces the tendency for mouth breathing, Neti re-sensitizes the nose to the actual pollution of ingesting smoke, thereby de-programming the brain of the physical and psychological addiction.

Instructions
Net Pot1. Fill your Water Neti pot with luke warm clean water and add a pinch of crystal salt to it.

  1. Now, keeping your body in a straight posture, tilt your head a little forward, and bend it to the left, to insert the water neti tube slightly into your right nostril. Gently pour the water with slight movement of your hand holding the Neti pot.
  2. Allow your mouth to slightly remain open to breathe.
  3. You will now feel the water flowing from your right nasal track up to your head, and pouring out from your left nostril. You can occasionally stop to sneeze out the mucus that begins to release out from your whole respiratory track.

People who do the Jala Neti (water Neti) daily have a smooth outflow of water from the other nostril, indicating a clean and healthy respiratory system.

When to do? – Daily morning, along with eye cleansing, and enema.

Repeat – Repeat Neti 2-3 time a day, if you feel the need to clean your breathing. Do it before any yogic kriyas, meditation process to increase the flow of Prana, life-force.

Nirahari’s Tip – Doing Neti morning and evening keeps the body energy regulated, cool and light, and releases the excess heat generated. When you feel a drop in energy, or tiredness, or heaviness in head, or any cold, a Neti comes to your rescue.
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El Maestro habla sobre los extraordinarios beneficios de hacer Neti. El proceso de Neti ayuda a un Nirahari a limpiar toda la vía respiratoria desde la nariz hasta los pulmones. Limpia el proceso de respiración, eliminando todos los bloqueos de nuestra respiración. Esto hace que un Nirahari inhale, exhale profundamente, absorbiendo el Prana profundo, la fuerza vital a través del aire, su principal fuente de alimento, energía.

enfatiza la necesidad de un flujo profundo de Prana para todos los procesos de meditación y yoga. Idealmente, un Nirahari debería tener un flujo de respiración profunda desde cada punta del cuerpo. Más aún, la inhalación y la exhalación deben extenderse hasta las rodillas, entonces sabemos que el proceso de Nirhara es realmente exitoso. Neti ayuda a lograr esto.

Neti elimina toda la mucosidad llena de suciedad y bacterias del interior de la nariz. También ayuda a drenar las cavidades sinusales. Esto, a su vez, ayudará a reprogramar los mecanismos naturales del cuerpo contra las infecciones nasales como la fiebre del heno, las alergias, la sinusitis y otras afecciones de las vías respiratorias superiores, como dolor de garganta y tos, goteo nasal posterior, inflamación de las amígdalas y las adenoides.

Es beneficioso para enfermedades como el asma y la bronquitis, ya que reduce la tendencia a respirar por la boca al liberar las fosas nasales de moco. Tiene un efecto refrescante y calmante en el cerebro al extraer calor excesivo y, por lo tanto, es beneficioso para dolores de cabeza, migraña, epilepsia, berrinches, histeria, depresión y tensión mental general.

Beneficios físicos: Neti es de gran beneficio para los problemas asociados con los ojos. Ayuda a enjuagar los conductos lagrimales, fomenta una visión más clara y da brillo a los ojos. Puede ser beneficioso para ciertos tipos de trastornos del oído, como infecciones del oído medio, pegamento, tinnitus (zumbido).

Neti mejora la sensibilidad de los nervios olfativos, ayudando a restaurar el sentido del olfato perdido y, por lo tanto, beneficia la relación con el gusto y los procesos digestivos.

Beneficios espirituales: Neti tiene efectos sutiles en las glándulas pineal y pituitaria que controlan el sistema hormonal. Esto tiene un efecto armonizador en el comportamiento emocional. Neti afecta el centro psíquico conocido como Ajna Chakra, el tercer ojo, es decir, el centro de navegación cósmica, que ayuda a despertar estados superiores de meditación. Ayuda a estimular mejores poderes de visualización y concentración y da una sensación de ligereza y claridad a la mente.

Neti tiene infinitos beneficios. También es excelente para superar adicciones como fumar. Dado que reduce la tendencia a respirar por la boca, Neti vuelve a sensibilizar la nariz a la contaminación real de la ingestión de humo, lo que desprograma el cerebro de la adicción física y psicológica.

Instrucciones

1. Llena tu olla Water Neti con agua tibia y limpia y agrégale una pizca de sal de cristal.

  1. Ahora, manteniendo su cuerpo en una postura recta, incline su cabeza un poco hacia adelante y dóblela hacia la izquierda para insertar el tubo de agua neti ligeramente en su fosa nasal derecha. Vierta suavemente el agua con un ligero movimiento de su mano sosteniendo la olla Neti.
  2. Permita que su boca permanezca ligeramente abierta para respirar.
  3. Ahora sentirá que el agua fluye desde la vía nasal derecha hacia la cabeza y se vierte desde la fosa nasal izquierda. En ocasiones, puede detenerse para estornudar la mucosidad que comienza a liberarse de toda la vía respiratoria. Las personas que hacen Jala Neti (agua Neti) diariamente tienen una salida suave de agua desde la otra fosa nasal, lo que indica un sistema respiratorio limpio y saludable. Cuando hacer – Mañana diaria, junto con limpieza de ojos y enema. Repita: repita Neti 2-3 veces al día, si siente la necesidad de limpiar su respiración. Hazlo antes de cualquier kriyas yóguico, proceso de meditación para aumentar el flujo de Prana, fuerza vital. El consejo de Nirahari: hacer Neti mañana y tarde mantiene la energía del cuerpo regulada, fresca y ligera, y libera el exceso de calor generado. Cuando siente una caída en la energía, o cansancio, o pesadez en la cabeza, o cualquier resfriado, un Neti viene a su rescate.
    ⚜ Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam⚜

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VR Is Total Bullshit

A visitor plays with a virtual reality VR set at Sony’s PlayStation brand booth during the Ani-Com & Games event in Hong Kong.

This is going to change everything,” Timothy Leary told me as he took off his bulky headset and pulled an electronic glove from his right hand. It was the early 1990s, at a rave club in San Francisco. The famed psychologist and popularizer of psychedelic drugs had ventured into virtual reality for the first time, and he was reeling. At last, a technology capable of taking humanity to the next stage of consciousness and communication. In those early days, virtual reality was respected. Feared, even. Full immersion was a portal to the great unknown — a reality that could become indistinguishable from real life, and maybe swallow you up. Experiencing virtual reality (VR) was to going online like what LSD was to smoking marijuana: the full on, total experience of digital autonomy. Liftoff. But VR in those days wasn’t about immersion so much as expression. We imagined creating simulations of our dreams for others to experience; expressing ourselves to our friends with no words at all; or constructing worlds with completely different rules through which we could model new social norms. If the current iteration of virtual and augmented reality really does take off this time, I fear it will be as an entertainment, yet another diversion from the supposedly untenable reality of being human. The technology companies leading the charge seem eager to leave that dangerous, creative potential of VR behind, making it less about what people might do with such powerful tools, and more about what they — and other corporate brands — can do to us or sell us, once we’ve jacked in to a reality they control. Less like the fulfillment of the internet’s great democratic promise, and more like the final stage of television. We are using the ultimate reality-programming device to program ourselves. Make no mistake, there really was a time when the context around virtual reality was countercultural and psychedelic. The only place you could really find out about it was in alternative culture magazines (yes, print magazines) like Mondo 2000 — voice of the “cyberdelic” renaissance. And this same divide between the technology’s creative and commercial potentials was already at play. In the Bay Area, there were two main personalities behind VR. Jaron Lanier was considered the more corporate player (in spite of the dreadlocks), simply because he could talk about developing VR for applied purposes like architecture. And then there was Eric Gullichsen, a psychedelic explorer and good friend of Leary’s who hung out at the “Mondo House” (the Victorian mansion in Berkeley where Mondo 2000’s editors lived and cavorted with their subjects) and made his own version of VR called Sense8. Sure, Jaron’s VR workstations could render faster and at greater resolution, but there was something special about Eric’s rig. It was crude, sometimes duct-taped together, and consisted mostly of simple goggles and a billiard ball to navigate. It was small and cheap enough that he could bring it over to the Mondo House and everyone there (sometimes including me) could try it out, moving around and creating things. Visually, his virtual world was about as complicated as Asteroids, but you were really there. It felt like an opening to something truly infinite. VR, in those early days, seemed like the gateway drug for a whole new way of engaging with life. It would be a technology for enacting what science fiction author William Gibson called “the consensual hallucination” — a shared space conjured up by the thoughts of everyone within it. We called it “virtual reality” because we truly saw it as a test run for virtual reality.

We cyberpunks actually believed — and maybe we all still should — that this ability to collectively dream things into existence could be learned and practiced in real life.

Like other early digital technologies, VR suggested that we could build a world where pretty much anything one imagined could be realized. As I chronicled in my book about that period, Silicon Valley firms had trouble finding employees who could handle the implications of programming new worlds. They began to seek out users of psychedelics, warning employees about upcoming drug tests, and giving them more latitude in dress and hours than corporations were accustomed to granting staffers back then. They needed the “heads,” as they were called, because aside from children, who were also open-minded enough to be great computer hackers, these were the only people comfortable with hallucinating things into reality. And I don’t mean this metaphorically. We cyberpunks actually believed — and maybe we all still should — that this ability to collectively dream things into existence could be learned and practiced in real life. So when Leary slipped on the VR goggles at that rave in San Francisco, it felt as if two worlds were coming together, perfectly and inevitably. Meanwhile, a crowd had gathered around several large monitors to see what the counterculture legend would do in there. A showman, he was up to the challenge. We saw him move through the virtual spaces, engage with a torus (think of a geometric donut), and shatter a few walls. Leary would “ooh” and the crowd would “aahh” as if watching over his shoulder. He was playing the roles of both explorer and carnival barker — Christopher Columbus meets P.T. Barnum. When the show was over, though, he got serious. “I was wrong about space migration,” he told me, referring to his book Exo-Psychology. “Humanity is not going to migrate into outer space. We’re going in there. That’s what’s next. It’s digital acid.” Terence McKenna, the ethnobotanist and entheogen trailblazer, was similarly intrigued. He used to tell me that virtual technologies would someday soon allow humanity to rebirth itself into a new reality, “to get to the place where information can detach itself from the material matrix,” as he told me in a 1991 interview, “and then look back on a cast-off mode of being as it rises into a higher dimension.” He believed that, thanks to VR, we would eventually be able to migrate out of bodily and temporal existence, becoming something like the “machine elves” people sometimes see on a DMT trip, at once inhabiting the environment and creating it. He spoke about how squid communicate by dancing and spraying ink. “In virtual reality, Douglas, you will literally be able to see what I mean.” “Humanity is not going to migrate into outer space,” Timothy Leary declared after trying VR. “We’re going in there. That’s what’s next. It’s digital acid.” Of course, the regular world still didn’t even know cyberspace was a thing. This was back in the days when even the notion of ubiquitous personal computers seemed far-fetched. I took it as my personal responsibility to explain virtual reality to the world, and to make sure they understood it would soon change everything. I even made it onto Larry King Live. I felt like a herald of the inevitable cyberfuture. Alas, we in the cyberdelic fringe were too confident that our understanding of the net and virtual reality would become universal. As Leary used to say about an acid trip, one’s “set and setting” — by which he meant one’s mindset and context — determined the journey. By the early 1990s, Wired magazine came along and gave the new technology a completely different set and setting — reframing the digital revolution as a market phenomenon. VR headsets were among the most popular “gadgets” featured in the front of the book. Once the right one caught on, the editors were convinced, VR would replace TV and the telephone as America’s primary communication and entertainment interface. Far from threatening the foundations of capitalism, digital and immersive technologies would be the catalyst for a “long boom” of infinite, exponential growth. No wonder, 25 years later, we are all in the midst of a bad trip characterized less by imagination and creativity than surveillance, control, and extractive corporate capitalism. The VR revival seems fixated on augmented reality, where instead of going into a whole new world, we see imagery superimposed over this one. It is a marketer’s dream technology: novel enough to be interesting, grounded enough to prevent true exploration, and perfectly suited to the task of labeling every object in the world with a price tag. The current VR hype doesn’t offer us access to new worlds so much as new ways to package consumer entertainment. It’s Facebook’s Oculus Rift, gaming, movies, Bible stories, and of course porn. Most VR today is little more than 360-degree video, a slightly more immersive version of business as usual. This non-interactive entertainment is to real interactive VR what Game of Thrones is to Dungeons and Dragons or Windows is to the command line. The fact that the technology has become easier to navigate and more lavishly rendered is hardly a consolation prize. It’s a prison. It’s a paralyzing, sensory overload reminiscent of the Gruen transfer people experience when entering a shopping mall. The high ceilings and confusing architecture make customers forget their original intentions, and become more susceptible to impulse purchases or overt manipulation. That’s why when I listen to developers talking about even their most ethical, well-intended applications of immersive VR, I often come away troubled. They say things like “this Syria immersion will make people feel more compassion for victims of war.” Or, “this climate simulation will force people to respond to the global crisis.” The users are the objects being acted upon. The VR is just a platform for propaganda. Once you’re employing technology to get people to do something, you’re back in television land. Enthusiasts love to cite studies indicating that VR can help make people more empathetic than older media. The idea here is that putting on goggles and seeing the world through the eyes of, say, a homeless person will inspire more action than simply seeing the suffering person in a photo or on TV. It matters more if it feels like the bad stuff is happening to us. If true, that’s a sad commentary on our ability to empathize with someone else’s hardships. Besides, the same sorts of empathy claims were made about TV in the 1950s, and remained true only as long as TV was a novelty medium. People raised with these virtual worlds at their disposal will come to prefer them to reality, anyway, just as they are coming to prefer porn to the messiness of sex. VR does appear to have value in medical or therapeutic contexts. I’m glad we have virtual experiences that can help retrain an obese person to eat less. Gulf War veterans suffering from PTSD have benefited from VR that recreates the conditions of their trauma. But we mustn’t fool ourselves into believing that these applications are delivering the Promethean power of digital fire to the masses. They turn their users into the passive recipients of content, rather than the active constructors of a reality. And so the race is on to build a VR landscape of, say, the Serengeti, where the animals and savanna look as authentic as they do in Disney’s new CGI version of The Lion King. Never mind the climate crisis threatening the real savannah. People raised with these virtual worlds at their disposal will come to prefer them to reality, anyway, just as they are coming to prefer porn to the messiness of sex. And as members of the Frankfurt School tried to warn us, once a culture prefers the simulacrum to the world, fascism can’t be far behind. No, the true promise of VR, or any new medium, rests in its ability to help us ask new questions — to challenge realities rather than reinforce them. Some decidedly less celebrated VR practitioners are still pushing in this direction. Not surprisingly, the experiences they’re offering don’t require a whole lot of technology. Amelia Winger-Bearskin and Sarah Rothberg, for example, built a simple piece for the Oculus Rift called Your Hands Are Your Feet that makes your hands look and act like your feet. That may not sound like much — not compared with 360-degree renderings of entire landscapes — but it’s a deep, “proprioceptive” challenge that changes the way you think about your body. Similarly, Genderswap by The Machine to Be Another, challenges your experience of gender. You sit, clothed or naked, in VR gear, connected to someone of a different gender. So when you look down at, or touch, your body, you see the other person’s being touched instead. Some developers are even working to realize Terence McKenna’s vision of total, squid-worthy communication in VR. The Meu messenger platform by Radix Motion, lets people depict their emotions through body movements that translate into explosive imagery, haptics, vibrations, or sound. Even a VR application as simple as Google’s Tilt Brush (basically, MacPaint in VR) lets users create virtual worlds around themselves. This is a more fundamentally advanced experience of technology than wandering around in the latest hi-res 3D futuristic dystopia. By focusing on immersive simulation over active creation, most virtual reality technologies undermine the innate human abilities that they could be fostering. “It is worth pointing out that we have been making virtual realities for a very, very long time,” Terence McKenna reminded us at the dawn of VR. “When you sit the children down around the fire and begin to tell the old, old stories and pictures rise out of the flames — that is virtual reality.” We must use technology to stoke those collaboratively creative flames, instead of extinguishing them.

शिमला (Shimla) Full Travel Details in Hindi

Welcome to Shimla 

शिमला जिसे शिमला के नाम से भी जाना जाता है, भारतीय राज्य हिमाचल प्रदेश की राजधानी और सबसे बड़ा शहर है। शिमला एक जिला भी है जो दक्षिण-पूर्व में उत्तराखंड राज्य, उत्तर में मंडी और कुल्लू, पूर्व में किन्नौर, दक्षिण में सिरमौर और पश्चिम में सोलन से घिरा हुआ है। 1864 में, शिमला को रावलपिंडी के उत्तर-पूर्व के मुरी के उत्तराधिकारी के रूप में ब्रिटिश भारत की ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी घोषित किया गया था। स्वतंत्रता के बाद, शहर पंजाब की राजधानी बन गया और बाद में उसे हिमाचल प्रदेश की राजधानी बनाया गया। यह राज्य का प्रमुख वाणिज्यिक, सांस्कृतिक और शैक्षिक केंद्र है।

1815 से पहले छोटे बस्तियों को दर्ज किया गया था जब ब्रिटिश सेना ने क्षेत्र पर नियंत्रण कर लिया था। हिमालय के घने जंगलों में शहर की स्थापना के लिए जलवायु परिस्थितियों ने अंग्रेजों को आकर्षित किया। ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी के रूप में, शिमला ने 1914 के शिमला समझौते और 1945 के शिमला सम्मेलन सहित कई महत्वपूर्ण राजनीतिक बैठकों की मेजबानी की।  स्वतंत्रता के बाद, 28 रियासतों के एकीकरण के परिणामस्वरूप 1948 में हिमाचल प्रदेश राज्य अस्तित्व में आया। स्वतंत्रता के बाद भी, शहर 1972 के शिमला समझौते की मेजबानी करने वाला एक महत्वपूर्ण राजनीतिक केंद्र बना रहा। हिमाचल प्रदेश राज्य के पुनर्गठन के बाद, मौजूदा महासू जिले का नाम शिमला रखा गया।

सभी दिशाओं में दूर तक फैली हुई पहाड़ी पहाड़ियों के साथ, 12 किमी रिज के साथ बाहर, हिमाचल की राजधानी भारत के सबसे लोकप्रिय पहाड़ी रिसॉर्ट्स में से एक है, जो गर्मी से बचने वाले भारतीय छुट्टियों से खुशहाल प्रवाह के साथ है। कुछ दर्शकों के लिए आकर्षण शिमला के पिछले अवतार से अवशेषों की घटती श्रृंखला को ब्रिटिश भारत की ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी के रूप में मना रहा है।  यातायात शहर के मध्य भाग से प्रतिबंधित है, इसलिए पैदल चलना सुखद है – यहां तक ​​कि जब हफ़िंग और पफिंग ऊपर की ओर। लंबी, घुमावदार मुख्य सड़क, द मॉल, पहाड़ी की रीढ़ के नीचे पूर्व और पश्चिम में चलती है। इसके दक्षिण में, गलियों की तरह गलियों और हलचल बाजार की सीढ़ियां ट्रैफिक से संक्रमित कार्ट Rd तक नीचे जाती हैं।

प्रमुख पर्यटक आकर्षण:

  1. Jakhoo Hill
  2. Shimla State Museum
  3. Summer Hill
  4. Mall Road
  5. Christ Church
  6. Tara Devi Temple
  7. Annandale
  8. Viceregal Lodge
  9. Shoolini Temple
  10. The Ridge

नैनीताल – उत्तर भारत के दर्शनीय हिल स्टेशन in Hindi Most Visited Hill stations in North India Nainital

भारत ने दुनिया के विभिन्न भौगोलिक स्थानों से लाखों लोगों को मोहित किया है, देश का दौरा करने के लिए, जहां कई धर्म पैदा हुए और फले-फूले। यह विभिन्न विविधता का देश है, जहां एक अरब से अधिक लोग 700 से अधिक भाषाएं बोलते हैं, एक राष्ट्र के रूप में समृद्ध होने के लिए एक साथ सिंक करते हैं। देश में कई पर्यटन स्थल हैं। “अथिति देवो भव” (मेहमान भगवान हैं) के साथ प्रत्येक घर में पढ़ाए जा रहे प्रमुख पाठ के रूप में। यह दुनिया में सबसे अधिक पर्यटन के अनुकूल देशों में से एक है।

पहाड़ियां सदियों पुरानी परंपराओं और संस्कृतियों को धारण करने में सफल रही हैं जिन्होंने अतुल्य भारत में लोगों के जीवन को समृद्ध किया है। भारत को जम्मू-कश्मीर से लेकर तमिलनाडु तक 20 से अधिक पर्वत श्रृंखलाओं से घिरा हुआ, पूरे देश में खौफ-भरी पहाड़ियों से घिरा हुआ है।

चुनने के लिए भारत में कई हिल स्टेशन पर्यटन हैं, लेकिन समस्या यह है कि किसे चुनना है। 20 से अधिक पर्वत श्रृंखलाओं वाले देश में, एक हिल स्टेशन चुनना एक बहुत ही चुनौतीपूर्ण कार्य हो सकता है। यहां भारत के उन लोकप्रिय हिल स्टेशनों की सूची दी गई है, जिस देश में आप जाना चाहते हैं।

राष्ट्र के उत्तरी भाग में यात्रा और पर्यटन का बोलबाला हिमालय पर है, हर किसी को चोटियों और सुरम्य परिदृश्य की भव्यता से मंत्रमुग्ध होने का मौका मिलता है, जिसे कोई भी अनदेखा नहीं कर सकता है।

उत्तर भारत के अधिकांश दर्शनीय हिल स्टेशन

नैनीताल




ज्वालामुखी झील नैनी के आसपास उत्तराखंड के कुमाऊं क्षेत्र के आधार पर, नैनीताल को लाखों लोगों द्वारा पसंद किया जाता है और इसे अक्सर भारत के ‘झील जिला’ के रूप में जाना जाता है। यह सभी के लिए एक गंतव्य है, चाहे आप एक संपूर्ण परिवार की तलाश कर रहे हों, या एक रोमांटिक पलायन। यह प्रमुख शहरों से अच्छी तरह से जुड़ा हुआ है और आपके शरीर और आत्मा को फिर से जीवंत करने के लिए बहुत कुछ प्रदान करता है। नैनीताल पर्वतारोहण क्लब; एड्रेनालाईन चाहने वालों को खुश करने के लिए नाम पर्याप्त है। ट्रेक और सुरम्य स्थानों की विविधता के साथ,

Major Tourist Attractions:
  1. Boating on Naini Lake
  2. Naina Devi Temple
  3. Mall Road
  4. Raj Bhawan
  5. Gurney House
  6. Govind Ballabh Pant Zoo
  7. Tiffin Top
  8. Astronomical Observatory
  9. Snow View Point

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"Amer Fort" अमेर किला Jaipur Rajasthan Full Guided

Amer Fort 

Amer Fort (Hindi: अमेर किला) is a fort located in Amer, Rajasthan, India. Amer is a town with an area of 4 square kilometres (1.5 sq mi) located 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Located high on a hill, it is the principal tourist attraction in Jaipur. The town of Amer was originally built by Meenas, and later it was ruled by Raja Man Singh I (December 21, 1550 – July 6, 1614). Amer Fort is known for its artistic Hindu style elements. With its large ramparts and series of gates and cobbled paths, the fort overlooks Maota Lake, which is the main source of water for the Amer Palace.


Forts- Amber,Nahargarh & Jaigarh || Jaipur

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Top 10 Things To Do/See || Jaipur

Top 10 Jaipur Places in Rajasthan 

1. HAWA MAHAL2. AMER FORT3. SARISKA TIGER RESERVE 4. HOT AIR BALLON (JAIPUR)5. JANTAR MANTAR6. GALTAJI TEMPLE7. AMARPALI8. LAXMI MISHTAN BHANDAN9. SAMODH HAVELI10.HAUNTED TOWN OF BHANGARH.


आइये जानते है जयपुर में घूमने के 10 प्रमुख स्थानों के बारे में

जयपुर में घूमने के 10 प्रमुख स्थानों के बारे में





Jaipur which is also known as Pink City is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is a delight for tourists and it is a prime destination for foreign travellers also. Jaipur has some of the best landmark forts like Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Nahargarh Fort, etc. Also it has many fascinating places like Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall Museum, Birla Temple, etc. which are worth a visit. Jaipur has some great hotels and resorts where you can plan your stay and know the city from close. Let us look at the 10 Best Tourist Places To Visit In Jaipur…

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जयपुर शॉपिंग | कीमतों के साथ सर्वश्रेष्ठ स्थान Famous Jaipur Shopping Markets

Jaipur Shopping | Best Places with Prices



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जयपुर दौरे का कार्यक्रम और बजट | जयपुर यात्रा गाइड in Hindi Jaipur tour itinerary and budget | Jaipur travel guide – WikipediaRajasthan

जयपुर दौरे का कार्यक्रम और बजट | जयपुर यात्रा गाइड

In this video you will know how to visit jaipur, places to visit in jaipur, jaipur tour live experience, best time to visit jaipur, how many days spend in jaipur, what is the jaipur tour plan and what is the cost of travel in jaipur. After watching this video you will be able to make jaipur tour plan and jaipur budget. इस वीडियो में आप जानेंगे कि जयपुर कैसे घूमे, जयपुर कब घूमने जाये, जयपुर कितने दिन के लिए घूमने जाये, जयपुर का टूर का प्लान कैसे बनाये और जयपुर घूमने में कितना खर्चा लगेगा | इस वीडियो को देखने के बाद आप उपरोक्त सभी प्रश्नो का उत्तर जान जाएंगे | आप जयपुर का टूर प्लान खुद से तैयार कर सकेंगे और जयपुर घूमने का खर्चा भी बना सकेंगे | In jaipur you can visit Amer fort, jaigarh fort, nahargarh fort, sheeshmahal, hawa mahal, city palace, jantar mantar, amar jyoti, albert hall museum, pink city, rajmandir and WTP mall.

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Jaipur Food Tour I Rajasthan Food Tour

PUSHKAR Street Food Tour I Rajasthan Food Tour

Pushkar is an ideal place for a street food walk. The whole city can be covered in a couple of hours on foot. Infact, if you walk consciously watching around, there is a chance that you will start recognising the faces of the locals. This is what happened with me when I visited Pushkar last week. After one round of the city, I can recall and recognise most of the places and people. That’t the beauty of the small city.

Watch the whole video to experience the street food of Pushkar with Anubhav Sapra. About the host- Anubhav Sapra : Anubhav Sapra is an avid foodie! He is a Founder but proudly calls himself a Foodie-in-chief at Delhi Food Walks. He is also a street-food and Indian regional cuisine connoisseur and loves to write about street-food.

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