Archive for September, 2009

Save our mother earth from global warming – YOU CAN

September 16th, 2009

save our mother earth from global warming

Everyone knows that the polar ice caps are shrinking. The temperatures in the Arctic region are rising fast compared to elsewhere in the world.
A result of this can be seen when the largest single block of ice in the Arctic, the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf, started cracking in 2000. Until now it is breaking into pieces.



Scientist relate global warming to the burning of fossil fuels like oil, coal and gas.

This is needed to generate electricity and power for our vehicles, as a result we produce the heat-trapping gases that cause global warming. Consequently, the more we burn, the global climate change accelerates.

The biggest challenge that mankind is facing in this century is “global warming” and there is a “global warning” given by scientist to save our earth.It has become a big cry from every corner of the world “How to save our mother earth from global warming”, every nation, every forums, every where and in every thing they discuss about this global warming and how to save our earth from this biggest threat.

“How to save our mother earth from global warming”

1.Automobiles stay ahead of everything in the emission of carbon, so as for as possible try to avoid using your automobile for short distances.

2.Instead of everybody using their own vehicle if some of you are working in the same area and living in the same area you can share one vehicle.

3.Now everything can be done through net instead of going to the banks, stations, markets and etc you can do the same by sitting at your home in front of your system.

4. You can reduce the usage of your refrigerator, If you think that how much my refrigerator is going stand as a cause, don’t see as one refrigerator of your home count the no of refrigerators around the world in each home and shops, Hotels etc,.

5.Start using the recycle base articles, change from plastic to paper.

6.We can change ourselves to use cotton cloths than silk rayon cloths.

7.As much as possible use cotton bags or paper bags than plastic bags.

8.Instead of searching for a solution how to destroy the used batteries, start using rechargeable batteries.

9.The waste water that is been let out in the process of leather tanning process spoils the soil and its fertility either we should reuse the water through water treatment plants or we should avoid using leather articles.

10.Let us avoid use and throw articles in our daily uses because almost 90 percent of these kind of articles are being made of plastics.

11.Let us grow at least a tree in every house.

12.To stop the forests getting destroyed, the heart of mother nature you can simply avoid using wooden articles.

13. Attend all your vehicles schedule check ups without fail, to Keep your vehicles in good condition and intact .

14.Give special attention to the carburetor, and silencer of your vehicle.

15.Scientists say even the chemicals used for domestic cleaning also destroys the atmosphere since use soda, lemon and vinegar instead of the chemicals.


September 15th, 2009


Its quite interesting to see the nature disasters.. But Tsunami is very Dangerous than Earth Quake..
Tsunami the Word is popular in Japan is now well known through out the World..
Especially in India..

Tsunami Disasters are no joke. They are the cause of thousands of deaths across the globe. That is a reason why this site exists, to show you the true strength of a tsunami and the dangers.

A tsunami is an ocean wave produced by a sub-marine earthquake, landslide, or volcanic eruption. It is when a fault accurse creates a speed reduction with overlapping primary waves. A tsunami poses danger to all land near the area of the disaster. Just like earth quakes, not all tsunamis are large enough to cause harm, or even be felt.

Tsunami Matters

Tsunami Matters

Tsunami’s are extremely dangerous and have caused thousands of deaths every year.

How to play cricket – Its Simple – Even with Two Players cricket

September 9th, 2009

How to Play Cricket

Its very Easy.. I just start playing it my 3 rd standard.. Then day by day i increased by way of playing by watching the cricket matches in TV..

I organized a Team in my School.. In which i got lot of friends through this Cricket..

They all will come to my Home and we start playing it…  I even teached them how to play..

Still now i have a team but not the old one… We still Ply cricket in Sundays and Saturdays….

ok Now Lets learn here…

Cricket is played with two teams of eleven players , with two umpires (referees) on an oval shaped field. The size of the field varies, but
generally has a diameter of around 350 yards. A cricket bat is oblong shaped with a narrow handle. A full-sized bat is around 3 feet in
length. A cricket ball is made of cork and covered with leather, and is then stitched up. A ball weighs around 5 ounces.

In the middle of the field is what is known as a pitch. A pitch is a hard, flat strip of dry ground around 22 yards long. 22 yards is an
old imperial measure called a chain. Two batsman are at the pitch at a  time, both at different ends, with one facing the delivery of the ball
from the bowler.

At either end of the pitch is the crease. This is a line marked about  4 feet in from either end of the pitch, and it is used for 2 reasons.
The first is as a mark from which the bowler must bowl from or behind,  and a mark for the batsmen to stand at to deliver the ball and to mark
whether a run has been completed. If a batsmen is out of his crease,  he can be stumped by the wicket keeper if he is receiving the ball at
the batsmen’s end, or can be run out by the fielders at either end  when taking a run.

The bowler runs up to the pitch where he bowls the ball overarm with a  straight arm. the delivery is usually overarm but there have been
famous incidents when cricketers in international matches have bowled  underarm

Teams score by getting runs. A run is completed when a batsman hits  the ball and then runs to the other end of the cricket pitch, getting
past the crease. The non striking batsman has to run to the opposite  end as well. The batsman can run as many times as they like, but the
batsmen can get out if their stumps are hit with the ball by a fielder before the batsman reaches the crease. The stumps are three sticks of
equal size measuring around 3 feet tall with the width of a ball  separating them. This is the traditional method to set up the pitch.
The stumps are placed at either end of the pitch in the ground and set out so that the ball cannot pass through the gap between them. Bails
(small pieces of wood) are balanced on top of the stumps.

Other ways runs can be scored are by hitting boundaries. Boundaries are scored when the ball is hit and touches or goes past the outer
edge of the field. Four runs are scored when the batsmen hits the ball  and the ball hits the ground before reaching the outer edge of the
boundary, and six runs are scored when the ball is hit and goes over  the boundary without touching the ground. Runs can also be scored in
the following ways: No balls, when the bowler oversteps the crease, bowls in a dangerous manner or incorrectly. A no ball is worth one
run. A wide is scored when the ball goes outside the line of the pitch  before coming in line with the batsman. This is also worth one run. A
leg bye is scored when the ball hits the batsman but doesnt contact  his bat and then proceeds to run. A bye is scored when the batsman
runs without the ball coming into into contact with the batsman or his  bat, and then runs.

The fielding team can get the batsman out in several ways, by

1) catching him out. This is done when the batsman hits the ball with his bat and a fielder catches the ball on the full (without bouncing).

2) bowling him out. This happens when the bowler bowls the ball and the ball strikes the batsman’s stumps or bails.

3) leg before wicket, or LBW. This happens when the bowler bowls it and the stumps being hit by the ball are prevented when the batsman’s leg gets in the way. This rule is a bit complicated, and you can let  the ball hit you on the legs sometimes without being out leg before.  This rule is one where the umpires have to make some judgments and can  cause a few arguments!

4) stumped, when the batsman comes forward to hit the hit but steps  out of his crease, misses the ball and the fielder behind the stumps collects the ball hits the stumps before the batsman gets back behind  his crease.

5) run out, when the batsman attempts to score a run but has his stumps hit by the ball before he reaches the other crease.

6) Hit wicket, when the batsman hits his own stumps while trying to  hit the ball.

7) retired, when the batsman voluntarily decides to finish his innings,

8) timed out, when the next batsman doesn’t appear on the pitch
within two minutes of the last batsman getting out. This last one
doesn’t happen very often and I have never seen it happen

Each team has one innings. This innings can last anything from 20 overs (a series of 6 bowls by a bowler) to an unlimited over match.
Most one day matches are played with each side having 50 overs (or 300 balls). If 10 of a team’s batsman are out, the innings ends there
regardless of how many balls are left to be bowled. The team that scores the most runs in their innings is the team that wins.

Hope your Team Will WIN !!! All The BEST


September 9th, 2009


INDIA has been called Bharat even in Satya yuga

The name `India’ is derived from the River Indus, the valleys around which were the home of the early settlers. The Aryan worshippers referred to the river Indus as the Sindhu.

The Persian invaders converted it into Hindu. The name `Hindustan’ combines Sindhu and Hindu and thus refers to the land of the Hindus.

The number system was invented by India. Aryabhatta was the scientist who invented the digit zero.

Sanskrit is considered as the mother of all higher languages. This is because it is the most precise, and therefore suitable language for computer software. ( a report in Forbes magazine, July 1987 ).

Chess was invented in India.

Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus are studies which originated in India.

The’ place value system’ and the ‘decimal system’ were developed in 100 BC in India.

The first six Mogul Emperor’s of India ruled in an unbroken succession from father to son for two hundred years, from 1526 to 1707.

The World’s First Granite Temple is the Brihadeswara temple at Tanjavur in Tamil Nadu. The shikhara is made from a single ‘ 80-tonne ‘ piece of granite. Also, this magnificient temple was built in just five years, (between 1004 AD and 1009 AD)  during the reign of Rajaraja Chola

India is…….the Largest democracy in the world, the 6th largest country in the world AND one of the most ancient and living civilizations (at least 10, 000 years old).

Tanjore Small Trip

September 3rd, 2009



The great Siva Temple - Tanjore

The great Siva Temple - Tanjore

Me and Velu

Me and Velu

kalyan without Fear

kalyan without Fear

Tanjore temple

Tanjore temple


Thats The End.. moving Out of Temple

Thats  a small trip we went to tanjore for attending an engagement function. After finishing it we Went to tanjore temple to relax …

Its Un believable …. to see those sculptures and temple tower… we enjoyed it…..