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Air pollution and AQI level in the cities of India in Lockdown period.

What is air pollution?  Air Pollution takes place through contamination of noxious gases, and the undesirable substances.
Pollutants are Carbon-Di-Oxide, Carbon-Mono-Oxide, Sulfer-Di-Oxide, Sulfate, Sulfide, Nitrate and Nitrite.

Natural  sources as  well as man-made Sources are agents of  Air pollution.Natural sources such as volcanic eruptions, dust, and sand,  wild-fires, etc. A man-made resource such as smoke of the vehicles, industries, factories, nuclear explosions makes air polluted.
Effects of air pollution? An increase in air pollution harms the lung's function and it increases heart attacks. The pollutant of the atmosphere can do cause long -term, slow and chronic effects on health. It seriously harms materials crops and livestock. What is AQI? AQI is Air  Quantity Index for reporting daily. It is used by government agencies to inform the public about how clean or unhealthy our air.   The AQI  chart provides values of the AQI, Levels of Health Concern and Colors.
The val…

Significance and Power of Namaskar

How should we greet? There are different ways of Greetings amongst different culture across the world. In some countries people do a warm hand shake, In some parts they do with a hug. In India we do with a Namaste- with hands folded and head slightly lowered. What is meaning of Namaste ? Nameste is a Sanskrit word,which is made by two words Namah and te. Namah means to bow and te means to you. In Hindu religion Namaskar or Namaste is a way to show greeting.It is a way to show respect also.In this gesture we join both the palms infront of the chest and bow down our head. It is also kind of Mudra,which is known as Anjali Mudra in Yoga.
What is Anjali Mudra? In this Mudra joining of palms expresses the union of left and right.
In Vedic scripture,it is a way of showing respect to deity. By closing eyes,joining the both palms,we pay our gratitude to the Supreme.The Soul is the part of God.By joining the palms and bowing head,we honour the God which is in the person also.

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Coronavirus,Covid-19,Measures to protect from Coronavirus.

What are Coronavirus? Coronavirus is a virus,which spread illness,in animals and humans.
What is COVID-19? COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by Corona Virus. How does it spread? When a virus suffering victim from this disease sneezes or coughs,a lot of droplets spread in the air or fall on the surface near him. The person who is near to him/ her inhale the droplets or touches the surface,when he touches his/ her face,eyes or mouth he can get the infection.
What are symptoms of COVID-19? The symptoms are similar to the viral infections like Common Cold,Cough,Influenza,Shortness of breadth and Fever. How can we protect us and our family members from COVID-19? We should develop a habit to clean our hands with soaps and water after doing any work. We should maintain at least 1 metre distance. We should avoid touching eyes,nose and mouth. We should make sure that people around us follow good respiratory hygiene.This means they should cover their mouths and noses with their bent elbow…
The International Women's Day The International women's Day is celebrated on 8th, March.The Day focused on elimination of
 discrimination against women .It also focused on helping women equal participation in
global development. It is for your kind information International Men's Day is also celebrated on November 19 each year.
Internatioal Women's Day theme is
Gender equility.

Our mission is to support women to earn on their own terms.Empower women through health education.
increase women knowledge for creativities.
Gender equality-
A Gender equal world can be healthier and wealthier and more harmonious. Indian history is full of those,who have broken gender barriers and worked hard and made progress in the different fields.
Arunima Sinha-She is the first female ampute to climb Mount Everst.She lost her leg in a train accident.But, she was succed to Climb Mount Everest.

Arati Saha-She became the first Indian Woman to swim across English Channel in the year 1959.She g…