Benefits of Arya Samaj Mandir Marriage

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People prefer it to other kind of marriages due to its simple procedure, little expenses and universal legality. If you are against social curse like dowry then you should join hands with Arya Samaj Mandir in eradicating this curse from Indian society as Arya Samaj Mandir has been fighting against dowry with all its efforts from long time back.Arya Samaj strongly protests caste system as this has been creating differences among people and weakening the strength of unity of India. The aim of Arya Samaj is to spread great Vedic Knowledge in every part of the world as the Vedas are the scriptures of all true knowledge.

The family of bridegroom has to spend their whole life in prison. Thus both of the families live their lives in panic and the marriages which should be for the happy families turn to the reasons of sorrow. All the marriages which are conducted at Arya Samaj Mandir are totally prohibited from dowry systems because Arya Samaj is strictly against the dowry system. Marriages that are performed at Arya Samaj Mandir, have limited invitees. Thus We save my selves from many unnecessary hassles like Tents, Band, Halwai, D.J. system, distribution of invitation cards, transportation for people, marketing etc.It also keeps you away from all loiter procedures and flamboyance arrangements like card distribution, a long and awaited bookings for marriage hall or farmhouse, a long listed menu, accessories for decoration, accommodation of guests and marketing and extravagances.

Without true love we cannot become true human beings and if we are not true human beings, our nation will never make progress.Caste system had made the roots of our nation shallow. Arya Samaj Mandir has always opposed the caste system prevailed in the society.Arya Samaj encourages inter-caste marriages in order to alleviate this deep rooted social evil in the society. According to our law child marriage is completely prohibited, which attracts punishment if the law is violated. We save my selves from this social evil like child marriage.

As Arya Samaj is against dowry, marriage is solemnized without any dowry and it liberates lower and middle class people from the burden of dowry. One gets a legal marriage certificate that certify a couple legal husband and wife. Further, marriages conducted in arya samaj mandir are free from noise and too much rush, and is solemnized in peace while incorporating different Vedic rituals and chants.

The certificate of marriage given by Arya Samaj Mandir is absolutely legally valid on the basis of which you are fully declared as Husband and wife. After securing Marriage Certificate, no one can harm you and even challenge your marriage in the court of law. Many people kill the baby girls in the womb because of the fear of their marriage expenses in the future. This has resulted in male-female ratio misbalance.

There is also legislation in place equivalent to Court Marriage Act 1954 that justifies the marriages solemnized in Arya Samaj Mandir. As marriage in Arya Samaj Mandir is solemnized under …

Why Healthcare Consulting is Important

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Healthcare is a critical industry. Economic growth depends largely on productivity, but unhealthy or sick workers are unable to perform at optimal levels. An inefficient or inaccessible healthcare system means companies and governments are losing valuable productive hours every day. The importance of well-regulated and well-run healthcare services being available to all segments of society cannot be overstated. Healthcare consultants in India assist healthcare institutes to function with the same goal in mind.

The cornerstone of the healthcare industry is, of course, hospitals. As very serious diseases become more common, the average person will come to rely on convenient, safe and affordable treatment more and more for daily life. Chronic conditions like asthma, diabetes, hypertension and cancer require frequent visits to hospitals or doctors to keep the disease under control. Additionally, hospitals must still be equipped to handle more ordinary problems like delivery, minor surgery, fever or trauma and casualty. Furthermore, the best treatment for many procedures has grown more complex as scientific breakthroughs lead to improved outcomes.

In India, hospitals are either small, single-specialty nursing homes with limited services available or massive institutions striving valiantly to provide everything for everyone. It’s a monumentally difficult task with which even the best financed corporate hospitals struggle. Here is where Healthcare consulting steps in to ensure smooth operation and goal achievement of the institute.

In many cases, the leadership of corporate hospitals have medical backgrounds, which no doubt helps them understand many aspects of hospital operations. However, it’s important to note that these administrators do not have specializations in business. While the mission of a hospital is to heal, it is a business at the end of the day and must meet certain targets to remain viable. It can be difficult for hospital leaders who have spent their entire career focusing on clinical issues to manage day-to-day operations as well as envision and execute the necessary strategies for further growth.

In these situations, healthcare consultant in India performs a vital service for the industry. Healthcare consulting is a specialized branch of management consulting, where experienced professionals with both cross-sector experience and deep healthcare backgrounds work closely in small teams with hospital administrators to attain goals. Healthcare consultants in India are further specialized to this particular context, having studied the multi-faceted domestic landscape in great detail.

The nature of any one health care consulting engagement is unique. Each plan is crafted fresh to address the client’s precise challenge. Healthcare consultants routinely help hospitals and other healthcare organizations to

– improve profits through cost savings or revenue increases

– design and execute process improvements for better clinical outcomes or increased efficiency

– implement new HR policies to increase retention or boost morale

– create strategies for expansion into new service lines or geographic areas

– conceptualize and oversee healthcare marketing campaigns in print, online and on TV

– build step-by-step road maps for healthcare franchising

– research and select the best IT solutions

– and design comprehensive business models for new facilities

On occasion, …

The Itinerary of Civil Society in Morocco

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The presence of civil society as an active political body within Morocco’s institutional tissue dates back to less than two decades. Although it is difficult to verify the exact number of CSOs, in the country, it was estimated that there are over 80,000 registered associations (Bohdana Dimitrovova, 2009). Up to the early 1980s, the Moroccan society was characterized by a sprit of community life under an absolute political control of the State. But the political and economic model followed back then proved to be sterile. The State’s traditional strategy of equilibrium, which consisted in the creation of relays, the recuperation of powers emerging at the base, the globalization at the top and the practice of state clientage, proved to be inadequate. State clientage has led, in a context of shortage of resources, to an overcharge of demands and a crisis of lawfulness of the state. Additionally, the increasing exclusion of young people from economic and political life has constituted the grounds for a radical and violent dispute between the people and the ruling body. Furthermore, limiting the political participation to the notables and docile elites has not been able to accommodate the presence of a middle class in full expansion. (Zef Bonn, 2005). Faced with these vertebral handicaps, the State had no options other than devising new political and economic strategies that would synchronize with the regional as well as the transitional fast rhythm of economic and social transformations, besides the opening up of the world market and the economic liberalization.

In 1979, Morocco ratified the International Pact on Civil and Political Rights; freedom of association has since become a constitutional right (Kausch, 2008a). In 2002, new legislation was adopted to facilitate the use of foreign funding by Moroccan CSOs (for details see Khakee, 2008). Furthermore, international pressure coupled with financial support for CSOs has promoted an agenda focused on political and civic rights: e.g. human rights, women’s rights, freedom of the press and association. Consequently, in a process that could be termed as ‘boundary setting’, the state has had to re-regulate state–civil society relations by defining the political spheres assigned to state and civil society actors. This dynamism gave birth to the associative life in Morocco, providing a new public space, which structured itself around the promotion of citizenship with autonomous social actors behaving as political forces. Since then, hundreds of associations in defense of the rights of man, women, young people, Berbers, civil liberties, political associations, fight against corruption or fight against aids and economic development issues mushroomed, and now, they have gained national and transitional recognitions.

This recognition came as an outcome of the fast growing number as well as quality-performance of civil society organizations, located in different geographical locations; both in the urban as well as the rural zones of the country. Moha Ennaji, for instance, talks about two categories of civil society organizations in morocco: the first type includes all the organizations that provide socio-economic and educational services and material supports and filling the gaps …

Inconvenient truths and lunatic 2083 fallacies

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By Stanley Collymore

 On Saturday 23 July 2011 the day after the terrorist outrage in Norway the British tabloid newspaper the Sun carried as its banner headline: “Norway’s 9/11” then without a shred of evidence to support its grotesque allegations went on to categorically assert that this act of terrorism was Muslim-related, tied to al-Qaida and linked to Colonel Gaddafi’s loathsome regime in Libya. The biggest selling daily in the UK because regrettably its feeds off smut and mindless propaganda, the sort of thing that unfortunately many Brits insatiably lap up, the agenda of the Sun newspaper, which is part of Rupert Murdoch’s News International that’s currently deeply embroiled in the phone hacking scandal in the UK, hasn’t, it seems, learnt anything from the universally condemned, reprehensible conduct of its now defunct sister newspaper the News of the World, its own unanswered similar, vile behaviour in the same contemptible imbroglio or that of its parent companies News International and News Corp.

But don’t for a minute run away with the mistaken notion that the Sun alone was at fault in deliberately, dishonestly, xenophobically, Islamophobically and in racially-motivated terms mischievously pointing the finger of blame at Muslims for what had taken place in Norway.. By no means was this the case. In fact, all the western media, print as well as the electronic, instantaneously jumped on board the same expedient bandwagon and in the most demonized, completely vicious and comprehensively racist terms imaginable denounced the murderous events in Norway as undeniably the barbaric acts of terrorists and the perpetrators of them as none other than Muslims. And while it’s perfectly allowable and even marginally legitimate, although somewhat misguided, to candidly offer up one’s speculation as a likely possibility for something that has happened even in cases like this one, it’s neither moral nor lawful to do so using one’s unsubstantiated suppositions as cast iron facts to mask one’s prejudices or wilfully create mischief.

This however is precisely what the BBC did; and I’m singling it out and taking it to task here because it’s a public broadcasting corporation which every citizen and resident in the United Kingdom who owns a TV set or recording equipment, whether that person watches or listens to the BBC or not and increasingly because of the entrenched Zionist stance and exceedingly biased propagandistic drivel that the BBC increasingly and perniciously pumps out aren’t any longer doing so, must obligatorily fund through the statutorily enshrined by parliament, BBC licence fee with the unpleasant alternative for those who dissent of a very hefty court fine and immediate imprisonment if they don’t follow suit and do what the majority of the populace is coerced into coughing up for the BBC’s gross mismanagement. In actual fact the BBC is the only broadcaster in the entire United Kingdom which is legally accorded this privilege and as such one would logically have expected that it would endeavour to reflect the diverse views in a balanced, objective …

Electrictricity And The Society

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Electrictricity and the Society


In the past people depended on crude mathoeds to provide energy , in the past lighting in houses depended on wax cvandles and kerosine lamps, however the discovery of electricity changed all this and led to the invention of electric bulb lighting. Other changes are evident in the use of resources as sources of power, in the past many industries depended on coal energy to udnertake various functions such as heating but in the present this has changed to extensicve electricity use all over the world. After electricity was discovered,many people  came up with different ways of  using  it in various applications in the society.Many have also people have benefited in running out their daily activties  thus improving their living standards ,others have seen like it is a new begining of their life because they  have encountered great changes.


Electric power was discovered by Michael Farady in 1938,

Electricity and society:

Electricity power is used in running of machines in industries ,many machines depends on electricity for them to function effectively in their operations.Electricity power speeds up processing  activities  in many industries which produce various products in the a result electricity increased the rate of production in the society and also reduced the production costs of varous products, therefore the final price of products reduced and therefore improved the living standards of individuals in the society.

Electricity is widely used in offices in various ways such as in communication process, many office machines used rely on the electric power in their functions.Also ,some of the equipments  used depends on electricity to function as requred ,all this results to proper managment  and a well organised  offices . communication networks were also made possible by the discovery of electricity, today all communication modes depend on electricity and for this reason the society has experienced change in temrs of advanced communication networks.

Electricity power is used in provision of lights in homes  and towns , Electricity lights is more prefered by people because it it is more brighter and convinient compared to other sources of light, in the past people depended on fuel lamps and wax candles as source of light which led to environmental degradation due to increased pollution, electricity discovery therefore reduced the side effects of use of the other sources of light and also provided convinient and broight lighting in the society making it possible to perform various tasks during the night which previously would not have been possible.

Electricity power is used as a source of heat for cooking, electricity cooking is more convineits and efficient than any other source of heat for cooking, also the other sources of energy not environmental friendly but in the case of electricity energy it is usally non pollutant and therefore prefered than any other source of energy, the cooking process therefore was made easier and faster by the discovery of electricity . This greatly brought in some changes to the society ‘s way of life …

Rite of passage, Baccalaureate to Graduation day

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Society and culture are never static as they are of dynamic nature; they tend to change with the frame of time. It’s the universal phenomena that culture and society changes with the effects of modernization. Retrospection our education gaining methodology, we can see variety of approaches and fashions. In East Asia, education was the pure form of gaining spiritual enlightenment throwing out the impure thoughts out of your life however with time passing forward ideal practice was replace by nature and science.

The same case applies to what we call in modern time a “graduation day”. Probably, most of the people know that rite of passage was earlier form of graduation day which later transform in to Baccalaureate and now a graduation day. A graduation is also called a commencement day, convocation day or invocation day.  

As we talk more of rite of passage, this ritual does not coherent to modern methodology. Rite of passage which includes three important parts separation, transition and reincorporation was witnessed in early Buddhist mythology and specifically in Hindu mythology and Grantha. In earlier days; people used get separated from their family  and live with their Gurus (teachers) in Vidhya Ashram or Gurukul (school), far from people, in a complete isolation. And in complete acquisition of knowledge and transition in spiritual awakening, they return to their normal life to socialize with others.  This same rite of passage method was also practiced in European countries and was conceive by Arnold Van Gennp. This ritual is still found in some of the tribal groups.

Baccalaureate was first reported to be held in Oxford University in 1432 where they have to give a sermon in Latin language as part of their education exercise and the ritual is still continuing in Britain and few of the universities in USA with religious prospective, addressing farewell to all graduates. Back then, Students were in gowns and a hood which represents superiority and sound of greater knowledge (influence from Celtic priest), students were seen holding their sheepskin folding degrees with ribbon on it.

From rite of passage, Baccalaureate to now Graduation day things has changes in huge aspects. Graduation day is now a celebration day where it creates festive mood for all students. With gowns, caps or hoods (borrowed from Baccalaureate tradition), students are seen partying and enjoying in hotels and clubs and tossing their hats off. Though, graduation day gives us a reason to celebrate, there are also the case of huge fatal tragic car crash. Due to the drinking and driving many students have met their tragic fate.

Here in Chicago lots of graduates are seen in Chicago limousine celebrating their graduation days. Limousine companies are prone to provide a reliable and limousines service. Instead of drinking and driving yourself, lots of graduates in Chicago hire a limousine where they will be chauffeured by professional chauffeur wherever they want to go. Make your graduation day special with much joy and celebration to bring positive changes in your life. Let that …

The History of Massage – Robert Oles

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Historical Perspectives

Knowledge of history helps massage therapists develop a sense of professional identity and pride in their profession.  Historical perspectives help members of a profession identify the profession’s strengths and weaknesses.  As students of massage read historical books about massage, they discover that the fundamental body of knowledge has changed little over the centuries.  The most prevalent concepts in massage today were in fact written about many years ago.  Massage has stood the test of time, proving itself a vital, health-enhancing technique, as well as a rehabilitative discipline.  Currently the profession is at a defining moment as it grows in acceptance and scientific rigor.

 The History of Massage

Identified animal behavior, such as the application of pressure, rubbing, and licking, indicates that massage is used instinctively to relieve pain, to respond to injury, and for comfort.  Massage has always been one of the most natural and instinctive means of relieving pain and discomfort.  When a person has sore, aching muscles, abdominal pains, or a bruise or wound, the instinctive impulse is to touch and rub that part of the body to obtain relief.  Touch as a method of healing appears to have numerous cultural origins.

A Form of Massage Emerges In India

Started practicing massage in approximately 3000 B.C.E., possibly earlier

Believed to be of divine origin and passed down orally through generations, Ayurveda is the traditional holistic medical system in India. Ancient seers and natural scientists developed this system based on centuries of studies, experiments and meditations.Texts detailing Ayurvedic principles and practices were written sometime between 1500 and 500 BCE. Based on these texts, Ayurveda was widely adopted throughout India and Southeast Asia. Ayurveda views that individuals incur illnesses and diseases when they live out of harmony with their environment.

To treat their conditions, individuals must restore their natural mental and physical balance by re-establishing harmony between themselves and the world around them. At that point, they can begin to heal naturally.
Based on the patient’s health imbalances, constitution and the time of year, Ayurveda recommends how to use the five senses to interact with the environment in order to create balance. Treatments in Ayurveda include diet and herbalism, aromatherapy, color therapy, sound therapy and touch therapy.

 A Hint of the Massage Culture Appears In Egypt and China

Started practicing massage between 3,000 and 2,500 B.C.E.

The earliest written records of massage therapy were discovered in Egypt and China. Tomb paintings in Egypt depict individuals being kneaded by others. Furthermore, Egyptians are credited with creating reflexology in approximately 2500 B.C.E. In this system, the practitioner applies pressure to specific points or reflex zones on the feet and hands. In turn, the recipient experiences beneficial effects on the areas of the body that connect to those zones.

 In China, texts documenting the medical benefits of massage therapy date back to approximately 2700 BCE. The Chinese tradition of massage therapy was developed from the combined expertise and methods of doctors in traditional Chinese medicine, practitioners of martial arts, Buddhists and …

Crime and Corruption- a Part of Daily Society News

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Crime and Corruption is becoming a society accepted norm if it is left unchecked. The general people need to be on a high alert now, if they want to gift a safe future to the coming generation. We need to alter society’s view towards corruption and have to work hard to instill these principles in back of their minds. Together, all of us have to do something constructive about putting a stop to all these criminal activities.

Corruption is the misuse of power or the authority given to a person. Corruption has become a part of official activities now-a-days and is being practiced at its seedbeds in public, private and institutional sectors to undertake financial gains. Corruption with all its several branches such as bribery, embezzlement, theft, extortion and intimidation are being practiced openly in India’s several urban and rural areas.

Funds and monetary resources are reversed back from poor and needy into the hands of powerful and dominant individuals in the society. All this is visible to the Indian population there but then need simply falls out of equation and greed loom over. Crime and corruption is a hindrance to the economic and social development of India’s economy and affects adversely on poor.

The question here arises, what is the importance of human rights, best law facilities and finest enforcements available in the country minus the support and development of community. We can relive the country from all the plague of corruption and crime only with the consistent support of Indian population. Concluding all this, it is to be informed that crime is real and is a part of industrially sophisticated economy.

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