anil

Location sriganganagar
Gender Male
Age 58 years
Member since October 4th, 2012
Last seen 19 hours ago
Topics 218
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Points 38.7k
I am Anil Gupta from Sriganganagar, Rajasthan. I am disable person and running a small shop.

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  • anil replied to the topic Do you plan for your financial requiremrnts of your child ?.

    October 23 at 4:32 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: usha manohar wrote: In many countries they have the facility of saving towards children's education and this sum gets a tax rebate and also 50% contribution from the government , which gets added to the education fund.I wish we had such a measure which ensures steady saving from the parents towards their childrens' future .. In our country fees of higher education is exempt from tax, we can claim it. Like it interest which we are paying on education loan is also exempt from tax. Now many insurance companies are coming up with a plethora of tax benefits. When I took policies on health policies for my entire family  these tax exemptions were not there. Even if they were there they were not as attractive as now. But, because i gave importance to health I did not bother about exemptions. At that time I took Children's growth fund for my children which helped me a lot when my children grew up. Saving with bank is not bad option. On fix deposite for 5 years we can clam tax exemption. Insurance it better, it give security cover with tax exemption.      

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Is it really a beginning of women empowerment?.

    October 23 at 4:25 pm

    Yes it be beginning. Here at community marriage function, organizer make rules of 8th fera. It is for saving female baby. But it is not enough, more efforts required.

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Pride of breaking rules .

    October 23 at 4:19 pm

    rambabu wrote: Well said. Discipline is real only when it is shown in all spheres of life. Else, it is selective discipline. This is not only dangerous but also undesirable..Yes, invariably we see  disorder in  Ration shop queues and Bus stops. And in this respect Pilgrimages too are not spared. In Tirupati, it is a very common scene, Devotees jumping queue creating stampedes. Not in Tirpati, condition is same all most at every Piligrimages.     

    4 years ago

  • anil liked a reply to the topic Pride of breaking rules .

    October 23 at 4:17 pm

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  • anil replied to the topic Happy Vijaya Dashami .

    October 22 at 4:24 pm

    Happy Dushara, celebrate this festival as victory of goodness on badness. Dushara is celebrate at Kullu for seven days. Here more than 1000 god and godess are invited. T.A. and D.A. to God and godess is paid by Himachal Pradesh Government. Dushara Festival at Bastar (Jharkhand) is celebrated for 75 days. Duration of celebrating festival is longest in the World.

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Why MBA!.

    October 22 at 4:18 pm

    To success in business experiance is important than MBA degree. Persons who are from business back ground family can get experience in their family business. But for a person who is not from business back ground family, how he can get experience. For it he/she require to join any job. MBA degree is helpful in getting jobs. My Son is B.Tec. in IT but to join bank job he done PGDB from Manipal University. It is pre-condition of bank.  

    4 years ago

  • anil liked a reply to the topic Can there be a permanent solution to Cow Slaughter .

    October 22 at 3:53 pm

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  • anil liked a reply to the topic Can there be a permanent solution to Cow Slaughter .

    October 22 at 3:53 pm

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  • anil replied to the topic Can there be a permanent solution to Cow Slaughter .

    October 22 at 3:51 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: rambabu wrote: anil wrote: Here is bane of many states of Indian on cow slaughters. How government can slaughters cow and sale beef who banned it. Majority of Hindus never accept that cows are slaughter here. It is better that government import beef for beef lovers. Cow in useful animal. Its dung and urine is used for curing in illness and these are also useful in organic farming. Cow urine is an effective insecticide. I am saying all these only for Indian cows.  True. Hindus do not accept cow slaughter. Cows are highly respected. They are referred in mythologies as sacred.They are useful in many ways ranging from agriculture to yielding milk which is nutritious. This milk is being used in making many dairy products .Milk of cow, buffalo and goats are used in these Dairy products.  In this scenario, I too agree that the government should intervene and import beef for beef eaters to avoid unnecessary clashes. Future is of organic agriculture and with out cow it is not possible. At present farmers are preparing insecticides at their own level with cow urine and some other plants. This insecticides is much effective that others. read it know how cow is useful for us. http://epaper.bhaskar.com/jaipur/14/21102015/0/1/ True Anil. Cow's role in farming is undeniable. But farmers use cows them as long as they are young. But many farmers either abandon them or send them to slaughter houses. This a sad thing. But there are many  old-age homes for cattle. These work under the act  Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, SPCA. http://www.thehindu.com/thehindu/mp/2003/08/18/stories/2003081800150300.htm  Yes it is problem, but in future farmers will not abandon cows. Farmers and owners will earn 10 to 15Rs. per liter by selling the urine of cows and they earn extra from dung of cows. I read that peoples are selling cow dung cake online.        

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Can there be a permanent solution to Cow Slaughter .

    October 22 at 3:46 pm

    usha manohar wrote: suni51 wrote: usha manohar wrote: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote: The suggestion for import of beef does not appear appropriate. India is major beef exporter. However this is now cow meat. Buffalo meat goes in name of beef.  Banning cow slaughter and importing beef is self contradictory.  Ban to be effective is to be on cow slaughter as well as on beef eating.  But such ban can be only according to food habits and culture prevailing in he region.    In fact importing beef makes a lot of sense to me because f the following reasons 1, It puts an end to clashes that arise out d cow slaughter , the law for which is not at all clear cut 2, In India cows are slaughtered fr consumption after they are past their prime and are f no use fr those who sell milk or use them in cultivation purpose, which makes the meat rubbery and of poor quality. 3,Many beef eaters complain about the poor quality of beef available for local use whereas in other countries the quality is far better , so those who want to eat beef , may not be in a very large number in our country get a better choice sans the continuous friction that we have now because of the cow slaughter. With due regards there are at least 40 crore people who eat beef and when I say beef that includes cow as well. You may find it exaggerated but that is the hard truth. So we can cater to them using our own organised sector which can take care of the demand and at the same time keeping the illegal butchery out of the picture.       If we go into history we have had cattle slaughter ban since the medieval times and even during Mughal times .When British came here they started the first slaughter house in Calcutta . However there is reference of a large number of Hindus , even Brahmins and some of the Hindu Gods eating beef in the Vedas. Coming to the present times , as many as 24 states have banned slaughter of cows because of the changed perceptions. The number f beef eaters is abut 80 millions which is a small number compared to the total population http://www.livemint.com/Politics/RhPVLUFmclIDWRIiSoTC7N/Who-are-the-beef-eaters-in-India.html It is not believable that gods eat beef. this rubbish statement is given my one political leader. In which Veda it is written that God eats beef. If we Indian wants to live with peace here, never listen what leaders are saying. Ignore these.    

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Pride of breaking rules .

    October 22 at 3:36 pm

    Less or more in every stat people habitual  of breaking rules. But a common person never dare to break rules. Only Influential person is addict of breaking rules. In my city police enforce rule that using healmate is compulsory, but police man never used it. 

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic World food day October 16.

    October 21 at 5:27 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: rambabu wrote: anil wrote: rambabu wrote: World Food Day is observed all over the world on October 16. It's objective is to eradicate Hunger by spreading awareness among the people. But with the rampant abuse of environment for the sake of Development, rainfall has become scarce. Groundwater levels are depleting. All these factors are to pondered before we think of eradicating Hunger. It applies to India too. Due to reduced rainfall, it has become a herculean task for a farmer to grow his crops. For this reason farmers are forced to resort to chemical based agriculture. The chemical used for farming are ridden with toxins, which further lead to poisoning the food.  The traders started using artificial colors to the vegetables and artificial ways to ripen the fruits. As far as I'm concerned, I'm aware that I'm eating poison, not food. But I don't have any option. Some consolation for me is, I eat more pulses. and I eat only home food. Not only we eating poison, we are drinking poison, we are breathing poison. We have not any option. Pulses are also not free from poison. You can cook food at home you can't grow these at home. The best solution of it is use these with care. Use old grains and try to grow some vegetable at home. Filter water properly. I agree. We don't have any option. Even old grains also not easily available except in faraway village  fairs. In these fast paced life, it is not possible. But as you said, one should exercise utmost care in using these foods. That is the only option left to us. Always purchase whole grains and store them for one year. In this way you will get old grains. Sock pluses at least 6 hours and that use these. Purchasing whole grains and storing them for one year is thing about which i had no idea.. Of course soaking the pulses 6 hours before use, is what we too do  here, Here purchasing grain for whole year is very common. Wheat is our principal grain. Mix 20Ml. cow urine in water and soak vegetable and fruits in it for 10 minutes, yours vegetable and fruit will free from harmful insecticides.          

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Beware of paper cups..

    October 21 at 5:18 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: rambabu wrote: anil wrote: rambabu wrote: Avoiding Paper cups is the best solution. When I was working our canteens always used Stainless steel cups. These cups are both unbreakable easy to clean. Above all , it reduces recurring costs. Now in my house, we always use stainless steel utensils including glasses.  It is time of use and through. Disposal glass, cup, plates are very popular in these day. In all functions caters are using these. Disposal crockery weather it is made of paper of thermocol is not good for health. Stainless steal and brass utensils are best one. I agree. I had been using Stainless steel glasses since a long time. There is no wear and tear. They are easy to wash. Within one minute they will glittering Stainless steel is popular one and most of peoples are using it. But earlier most of peoples used brass glass which had thin coating of Zinc. Zinc is essential mineral for health of brain. Copper is also good for health. Copper have quality to pure water. If we keep any small piece of copper in water pot we not need water purifier. Yes. Metals like Zinc and copper are necessary for health. My wife uses copper Lotas during her Pujas. I too use copper lotas. I store water in them previous night and drink that water early morning. With the changing times, stainless steel took over. Utensils made of stainless steel are long sand very easy to clean Yes this water is helpful is curing acidity problem. Keep your copper pot on wooden stool or platform, I mean it should not have any contact with earth,          

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Can there be a permanent solution to Cow Slaughter .

    October 21 at 5:01 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: Here is bane of many states of Indian on cow slaughters. How government can slaughters cow and sale beef who banned it. Majority of Hindus never accept that cows are slaughter here. It is better that government import beef for beef lovers. Cow in useful animal. Its dung and urine is used for curing in illness and these are also useful in organic farming. Cow urine is an effective insecticide. I am saying all these only for Indian cows.  True. Hindus do not accept cow slaughter. Cows are highly respected. They are referred in mythologies as sacred.They are useful in many ways ranging from agriculture to yielding milk which is nutritious. This milk is being used in making many dairy products .Milk of cow, buffalo and goats are used in these Dairy products.  In this scenario, I too agree that the government should intervene and import beef for beef eaters to avoid unnecessary clashes. Future is of organic agriculture and with out cow it is not possible. At present farmers are preparing insecticides at their own level with cow urine and some other plants. This insecticides is much effective that others.    

    4 years ago

  • anil replied to the topic Conditions for minorities to live in India !.

    October 21 at 4:52 pm

    usha manohar wrote: Hinduism being the oldest religion has become very complicated with time and it is very difficult to define it in one sentence and the fact that both Islam and Christianity has many more followers makes other come u with such statements . The others may feel or think what they like, that is immaterial since some Hindus too might have similar views about other peoples religious beliefs .. Yes Hinduism or it better to say it Santam Dharm is oldest one. Average Hindu is not fanatic. Hindu is adjustable and believe is compromise. In India person of any religion became of Prime Minister and President, is it possible in other countries who are follower of religion other than Hindu.  

    4 years ago

  • anil liked a reply to the topic Conditions for minorities to live in India !.

    October 21 at 4:47 pm

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  • anil replied to the topic Conditions for minorities to live in India !.

    October 21 at 4:44 pm

    rambabu wrote: anil wrote: usha manohar wrote: Manoj Kumar Lamba wrote: Secularism means respecting all religions. But in India the case is different. Here secularism means anti - Hindu. Any politician or any writer or any person who claims himself as a secular person always use anti Hindu words. And if we talk about the discussion, then also minorities in India feel themselves safest in comparison to other countries. Government has many plans and policies for minorities in India so that they feel comfortable to live in India. It is Hindu bashing rather than anti Hindu which they cannot afford to be because, many of them are Hindus.Many think it is sophisticated to put down Hindus and their customs and beliefs and look the other way when such issues come up from minority religions...That is India's idea of secularism which people have gotten used to in the past years ..  One person use RTI to know that what is meaning of Hindu.But our constitution have not any definition of Hindu. For common sense here Hindu means who worship, Ram Krishna, Hanuman ji, Ganesh ji and all others Gods and godess. In India all persons who worship these Gods and godesses are zealot. They are not secular. Followers of all other religions are secular here.    I'm glad dear Anil  that you have such  broad views on religion. I too believe in " Live and let live."Now please allow me to say about my own experience. My wife is very religious minded. I'm not. We lived under the same roof for 49 long years. She follows her own way and I follow mine. Our children are highly educated and well settled. I never tried to force my own beliefs in her. She too cooperated is cooperating with me. No ridiculing. No heckling . Our secularism also says freedom to practice any religion. Fanatics are there in every in every religion. These fanatics are making their livelihood through religion.But i was never drawn to them.Nor I'm going to in future. In my own state religious tolerance is very much there. When a Muslim meets me he wishes me " Namaskar" And I reply, " Adab Janab. " If some more person behave like you than I am assured that India have not any problem of religion. I am also thinking like you. If you can't regards others religions that never disregard their religion. basic principal of all religions are alike. Hindu's Laddu is sweet, muslim's sewaina is sweet, sikh's halwa is sweet, Christian's is sweet, where is difference.      

    4 years ago

  • anil liked a reply to the topic Conditions for minorities to live in India !.

    October 21 at 4:33 pm

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  • anil answered the question How religious celebrations are connected to you?.

    October 20 at 5:12 pm

    Celebration of festivals is our tradition and culture. We Indian are festival lovers. In my area Punjabi and Hindu is in mazority. So we celebrate all festivals like Deepawali, Holi, Lohri, Gurunank Jayanti.

    4 years ago

  • anil answered the question when will i get money in bodduan & through which medium?.

    October 20 at 4:58 pm

    It is better to know all these, read FAQ and TOC. Once you read these, you know more thing about site. All these help you in working here. Good luck

    4 years ago