This Belaug is dedicated to all who had ever gone to college nd enjoid the Haustel life. This is to depict some of the most interesting ancedote of MACT Life from maestros of MACT.
mact ki duniya as the name say is something which changes the perspective of an individual towards the rest of world, way to lead life, team work.
Every thought of MACT leaves u facetious countenance.
This has all the very ingredient of Succesfull dramas i.e. love, freindship, fun, melancholy, struggle and move on.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

The Lost Symbols

The Takri script was used between the 16th and 19th centuries in what are now Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, the Punjab, and Uttarakhand. It was used for writing the Chambeali and Dogri languages, as well as a number of Pahari (Himalayan) languages including Jaunsari and Kulvi. The script is derived from Sharada, one of the Gupta scripts, and is related to the Gurmukhi and Lahnda scripts. It was widely used both in official and personal contexts. For much of its history it was used alongside Devanagari. Since the late 19th century, it has gradually been supplanted by Devanagari, although there have been some movements to revitalize it for certain Pahari languages and dialects of Kashmiri.
The script is written from left to right using thirty-four consonant letters, ten vowel letters and ten vowel diacritics. It is an abugida, meaning that each consonant letter contains an inherent short [a] vowel, which is not written. Other vowels are written with one of the vowel diacritics, unless they appear at the beginning of a word, in which case they are written using one of the independent vowel letters. One of the vowel diacritics does not represent a vowel per se, but nasalization of the inherent vowel, or of an independent vowel. There is also a symbol called virama for silencing the post-consonantal vowel entirely, for example when a consonant comes at the end of a word or when it is immediately followed by another consonant. A further symbol, called nukta, can be written below a consonant letter, primarily for the purpose of representing sounds which are not native to the language in question and cannot be accurately represented with one of the thirty-four consonant letters.
There is significant variation in styles of the Takri script, partly because the wide and mountainous area over which the script was used was conducive to many regional varieties being developed in isolated mountain communities. Some communities standardized the form of the script which they themselves used, but there was no universally applicable standardized variety. However, despite variations in the shapes of letters and the styles of writing, each form was recognized by its users to be Takri, and each variety exhibited certain common features.
One notable feature of the script is that, unlike many of the Gupta derivatives used in South Asia, most varieties of Takri did not use a headstroke. There were some exceptions to this, for example the variety used for writing Dogri Akkhar, but for the most part the headstroke was not used except to distinguish between otherwise identical letters. For example the letters maand sa in the variety used for writing the Chambeali language were identical but for the headstroke over sa.
Takri writing employed the Devanagari punctuation marks danda and double danda to indicate pauses in the text. A script-specific set of decimal numbers from 0-9 was used.

My Lost Old Poetic Diction

Thursday, 16 February 2012

The Three H

We all are competing in a never ending race. Since our childhood we are taught to compete, to stand First all the time and Parents even after knowing that all cant stand first in a class one has to come second and one has to be come last. But more importantly we are out in a race where we even dont know the rules. So i am proposing here a basic rules to be followed in life "The three H ".
H Humanity
H Honesty
H Hardwork

Friday, 13 January 2012

From the Shadows of Mountain - Late Mrs. Devika Chauhan

Mrs. Devika Chauhan in her heydays, Nov'08

Devika Chauhan was the first girl to graduate from Jaunsar hills in 1954. She, again was the first woman to become a Block Development Officer in the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. She later rose to the level of Asst. Director - tribal welfare. Played an important part in the survey of tribal communities in the UP hills and securing privileges from Government for them. Even after her Retirment she kept herself devoted and comitted to women's cause, She was working  with voluntary agencies in Jaunsar Bawar. She was an avid gardener, cook, and crafter.  She left all of us for heavenly abode on 22nd July 2011. Pray Her Soul Rest in Peace. 

Uttrakhand State Assembly Election - Jan'2012

Munna Chauhan Rally at Chakrata
Legislative State Assembly Elections for 7 states  Goa,Gujarat,Himachal, Maniupur,Punjab, UP & Uttarakhand are due to happen during this year. So far, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has issued the dates for the elections in Manipur, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Goa. The dates of the Election in manipur is 28th Jan 12, in Uttrakhand & Punjab is 30th Jan and in UP in seven phases on 8, 11, 15, 19, 23, 28 February and 3 March.
Uttrakhand is a small state with 70 assembly seats still the situation is very complex. Apart from BJP and Congress, Mr. Munna Singh Chauhan is leading a third front with the collabration of UKD and UJP, But most probabaly because of discrepancies in distributions of seats they may split.
Being One of the most seasoned, experience and senior politicians in the state, Munna Singh Chauhan has started making moves for his return to the centre stage of state's political affairs.After hobnobbing with various political outfits in the state, this politician from the Jaunsar region that borders the neighbouring state of Himachal Pradesh is all set to revive his Uttarakahnd Jan Wadi Party for the forthcoming Assembly polls that are scheduled to be held in less than a year.
The re-organisation of the UJP and its grand  show, has put a stop to speculations of its prominent leader Munna Singh Chauhan joining the BJP. The presence of a large number of people at the remote place like Chakrata, to hear Mr Chauhan has once again proved his strong hold at the masses. Mr Chauhan, the central president of UJP, has claimed that his party would fight on as many as 40 seats out of a total of 70. He said the party would seek votes on the issue of corruption, unemployment and migration. He also that it was for the public to decide who was capable of ensuring all-round development of the hill state. During media interaction, when he was questioned on frequent change of party affiliations, Mr Chauhan said, I may change parties, but not my character and conscious. In another important development, Zilla Panchayat Chairperson Madhu Chauhan also joined UJP today. According to political observers, she may now try her luck in the assembly polls.
source: Tribune(Chandigarh) & news.webindia

Monday, 5 December 2011

THE KAALI RAAT - 09/21/00

KAALI RAAT ki kahani
bhai baat un dino ki hai jab inGeniring kalage mein selection to ho jaaata tha par wahan par pehla saal katna mein raid lag jati thi.
Aur jab baat mact ki ho to sach mein lag jaati thi doston.
Pehla din college mein aankhon mein rangeele sapne bhare hue hum aapne apne parents ke sath  hum college aate the. Seniors to jaise bhagwaan lagte hai fees jama karane se leke stationary bhi kharid ke laate hai aapke liye .