* * 2020 January 30 Thursday * * * (saptarshi samvat 8696 maha shukla shashthi) #DaughterTalks Me: Aah, sun is not visible again. Do you know solar system? Daughter: Earth rotates and it moves round the sun. Me: When I was child, I used to sing a song which loosely translates: How is my grandpa? अतिरिक्त Read More
Below is the mapping for thread in C++ and thread in Java.
#mathematics #MathFun Why was the fraction apprehensive about marrying the decimal? Because he would have to convert. Why do plants hate math? It gives them square roots. Why did the student get upset when his teacher called him average? It was a mean thing to say! Why was the math book depressed? It had a अतिरिक्त Read More
#rajayoga Rushi Patanjali has written ‘Yogasutra’ about 2500 years ago, in which, the principles of Rajayoga are described. There is also a subtle explanation of Samadhi, Kaivalyapada (ultimate liberation) etc in shvetasvatar Upanishad. Swami Vivekananda has discussed these principles in details in his book ‘Rajoyoga’. Here, bases on his book, I am trying to explain अतिरिक्त Read More
Hindu Tolerance – Chirag Patel 2019 Nov 17 Saptarshi 8696 kartik krushna shashthi #hindu #tolerance Hindu is a term derived from geography. People living in the region of river Sindhu are called Hindu. Persians could not pronounce “S” and thus the word “hindu” was coined in Arabic world which became famous in Europe. Religious practice अतिरिक्त Read More
Fasting – Chirag Patel 2007 August 18 Hindus are divided into many different sects. Some sects which are based on “Vaishnava Smpradaya”, asks the followers to do fasting once every month. The Hindu calendar is based on lunar phases. So, every month, the 11th day of waxing moon, is considered the auspicious day to observe अतिरिक्त Read More
On a rooted Android device, adb shell su -c “mount -o rw,remount /system” This makes /system writable and can update any file there.
Courtay Rajesh Sathya Sanskrit was the language of free thinkers, who questioned everything, and expressed the widest spectrum of thoughts on various subjects. Religion is a Tip of Iceberg if we take the whole Sanskrit literature and most of the Sanskrit literature has nothing to do with religion, and instead it deals with philosophy, law, अतिरिक्त Read More
#sanskrut #संस्कृत“”‘GREATNESS OF SANSKRIT”” *Sanskrit, a Magical Language.* 1. There is no need of particular sentence structure for Sanskrit.Like, In English:- Subject + Verb + ObjectEx:- I am writing an answer. But in Sanskrit, there is no need for particular structure. अहं उत्तरम् लिखामि ( I am writing an Answer. )लिखामि अहं उत्तरम् ( I am writing अतिरिक्त Read More