Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. – Benjamin Franklin
Catch the morning rays of the sun on your face. Bask in the warm golden rays, and you will feel wonderful. Take a brisk walk in the open, and enjoy the gentle morning breeze on your face. The morning sun is a good source of vitamins that gives your body a healthy look.
#1 Tapti river in Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh
#2 Narmada overflows Maheshwar, in Madhya Pradesh state, India.
Ashaf Ali Statue at Dharya Ganj
A shy tribal girl hiding away from my camera, Attapadi, Palakkad, Kerala. 1993-
During our visits we come across so many such incidents. But nobody given them any attention or come forward to save their children.
Today the reports says the number of infants who lost their lives due to malnutrition in Attappadi in recent months has gone up to 32. Malnutrition and being underweight was stated to be the reason for the infant’s death. As far I know Such incidents being reported from Attapadi from past. The tribals been exploited and mislead for long. Why today Attapadi get enough attention and for what?
Attappadi is an extensive mountain valley at the headwaters of the Bhavani River nestled below the Nilgiri Hills of the Western Ghats. It is bordered to the east by Coimbatore district in Tamilnadu, on the north by the Nilgiris, south by the Palghat taluk
Its an amazing experience the moment we reach Hatu peak to view this. Hatu peak is situated above 1152 ft from sea level. 8 km from Narkanda, the road is surrounded by pine and spruce trees. On top of the hill, ancient Hatu Mata temple is located. The peak offers spectacular view of the entire Himalayan ranges, snow clad mountains and in depths are the dense forests, green fields and apple orchards.
University library, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
The library was established on 1 May 1950. At the time of MSU’s establishment, a collection of 5,12,159 books belonging to two state libraries (Huzur Political Office and Secretariat Library) was handed over to the University Library.
There were several colleges in Baroda – Baroda College (for Arts), Science Institute, Commerce College, and Secondary Teacher’s Training College, etc. These colleges had libraries of their own that continued to remain as Faculty Libraries and were administered independently. Thus the University Library System was established on 5 January 1950 and housed in the central block of Old Residency Office Building.