Wednesday, 30 April 2014

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Thursday, 23 January 2014

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Thursday, 9 May 2013

What do you mean by green house effect?

The green house effect is one of the major threats today to our ecology and environment. When the rays of sun enter a glass enclosure, they get trapped inside it and are unable to come out. This trapping of sun's energy is called Greenhouse Effect. In nature, we observe the trapping of sun's energy between the earth's surface and the surrounding atmosphere. There is thus a Greenhouse Effect in nature also. I t is gases like chloro-fluro carbons and carbon dioxide present in the atmosphere. They are responsible for the Greenhouse Effect. Greenhouse effect essentially means saturation of hydrofluoric carbons in the atmosphere. These hydrofluoric carbons are emitted by freon gas used in the refrigeration and air-conditioning, or ammonia chloride in cold storage houses.

    The direct effect of Greenhouse gases is to create ozone holes in the ozone layer around the earth, which prevents harmful infrared and other ultraviolet rays from reaching the earth's surface. Ozone hole is created when the ozone layer over a particular area is converted in to oxygen. This happens when chloride atoms attack ozone and take away an oxygen atom to form chlorine monoxide ozone holes. Through the holes ultraviolet rays can enter the earth. This will increase temperature of earth's surface apart from harming human beings and animals with radiation and the ice caps around the north and south poles will melt increasing sea levels everywhere. This may submerge many islands and coastal areas. Greenhouse effect thus possess a great threat to humanity, and many countries have passed laws to restrict use of hydrofluoric carbons. 

Saturday, 16 March 2013

The Back Benchers (Essay)

The back-benchers in a class make a group of their own. They sit in the class but are not a part of the class. They have the best of both the worlds. When the teacher is reading out the lesson, they are dozing in their seats. When they are asked to solve the questions, they are busy making the cartoons. They judge the teacher properly and act accordingly. There are some teachers who always asks questions to the back-benchers. They stand up sheepishly in their seats. First of all, they pose as if they have not heard or understood the question. As a matter of fact, they are prompting some students to tell them the answers. They use all the methods for finding an answer to the question. For example, they would touch the other one with their toes or pass their hands under their seats. Their friends are always obliging. They never tell the teachers what is going on at the back of the class. Some of them are very good cartoonists. When they pose that they are writing the answers, they are actually drawing the cartoons. They pass on slips from one corner to another and sometimes, carry on glossy magazines. The sportsmen among them do not disturb anyone. They feel tired after playing the games and use their seats to relax or sleep, if possible. They always try to choose their seats behind a tall student so that he can work as their shield. When the lecture becomes dull beyond tolerance, they open their comics or novels. If they find that the teacher is observing them, they pass it to other benches. Some students bring apples or other fruits. When the teacher is busy writing on the blackboard, they have their bite without making any noise. If the recess is to begin after a long time period, they open their lunch boxes and starts tasting the snacks. They have their own code of conduct. If ever they are caught, they would never name their friends. Ask them to mimic any teacher and they would show their talents. Some of them express their art of drawing by spoiling the walls of the schools especially in the toilets.   

Sunday, 10 March 2013

A Visit To A Museum (Essay)

A museum is a treasure-chest of antiquities. In it, are kept all such articles and diggings as reflect a country's culture and civilization, her historical panorama, modes and manners, its religions and relics and finally, her art and architecture. A museum is the miniature reflection of a country's ancient periods and gives a vivid picture of the customs, conventions and traditions of the nation.

In New Delhi, I had a golden opportunity ti visit the historic and famous National Museum. The building of the museum is majestic and sturdy and has many departments that cover various subjects and periods of history. As I entered the ground floor, I saw a number of articles, images, sculptures and rock-engraved scriptures and many other things of great interest and value. The entire museum has been divided into many compartments like anthological division, archaeological division and display selection etc.

Then I moved to the first floor where among other things, charts, paintings and murals were kept. Manuscripts in various languages were on display. There were ancient dresses, robes and weapons. In one corner there is the numismatics section. In this section, coins of different periods have been kept. In this section, coins of different periods have been kept. In other halls, one finds historic Ajanta and Ellora paintings with the lovers in a mood of dalliance. Just by the side of these, there is a vivid depicition of the lives of Lord Rama, Lord Krishna and Lord Budha through charts and scriptures.By having a look into these section, one really discovers India.

On the second floor, one finds the remains of Indus Valley civilization. The excavations from Harappa and Mohenjodaro, broken pitchers, beads, toys, stones and skulls throw light on the civilization of those times and one comes to the conclusion how advanced that civilization was!

The third floor houses the military equipment. these are weapons like swords and sheaths, spears and pruning hooks; shields and helmets; various dresses of the Generals and Commanders of ancient times. After seeing this part of the museum, I was thrilled because all this ancient military equipment of our past heroes and heroines inspired me.

Broadly speaking, the entire museum was a treasure-house of India's great men ad morals, historical facts, laurels and legends that are connected with the whole gamut of India's life and literature- whether they are poets or prose writers, dancers or dramatists, songsters or sculptors, scientists or galaxy-gazers, lawgivers or lexicographers and musicians or doctors.

For me, the visit to the museum was a thrilling experience and what I saw and observed in the museum is a part of the richest experiences of my life. I was deeply moved to see this vast storehouse of India's ancient glory. This visit has left a great impression on my mind.