See what a cell (mobile) can do

1 Egg

2 Mobiles

65 minutes of connection between mobiles.

We assembled something as per image:


Initiated the call between the two mobiles and allowed 65 minutes approximately…

During the first 15 minutes nothing happened;

25 minutes later the egg started getting hot;

45 minutes later the egg is hot;

65 minutes later the egg is cooked.


Conclusion: The immediate radiation of the mobiles has the potential to modify the proteins of the egg. Imagine what it can do with the proteins of your brains when you do long calls.

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KKnitting together

HHim (Brother) & Her (Sister)


Types Of Rakhi:

1. Cartoon Rakhi:
In such types of Rakhis one or the other cartoon characters are made. The characters may be Micky mouse, Donald duck, Tweety, Mogli, Casper, Shaktiman or any other character popular among the children.

2. Sandalwood Rakhi:
These Rakhis are made by using sandlewood pieces in various decorative forms. There may be small animals, flowers or some idols made of sandlewood. Sometimes sandlewood beads are also used to give the Rakhis ethnic look. The sweet smell of sandalwood adds extra freshness to the Rakhi festival. .

3. Musical Rakhi:
Musical Rakhis are those which which play a special kind of music. This music may be melodious, surprising or even some animal’s voice. These Rakhis are again in demand by the young age children. .

4. Floral Rakhi:
These are the Rakhis which have a touch of ancientness. These Rakhis give a complete traditional look. Use of different colourful small and big flowers makes such Rakhis extremely beautiful. These Rakhis are naturally filled with sweet fragrance. .

5. Zari Rakhi:
These Rakhis are made of Zari threads. Apart using the zari as thread it is also used in making the central part or the Rakhi base of Rakhi. The zari is generally silver or golden therefore it appears shiny. .

6. Resham Rakhi:
Resham Rakhis or Reshami Rakhis are those Rakhis which are made by resham threads. Such Rakhis are soft in touch and look bright. All kinds of resham Rakhis, be it a simple Dori or a heavily decorated one, are well-liked by each age-group. .

7. Mouli:
A special kind of thread is used in Hindu Dharma rituals, for tying onto the wrists of the participants of any Hindu rites. This special thread is popularly known as ‘Kalava’. This same ‘Kalava’ is called ‘Mouli’. This ‘Mouli’ is also used as Rakhi. .

8. Gold-Siver coated Rakhi:
When the Rakhis are prepared by using coatings of the precious metals like silver and gold then they automatically give a royal look. At times these metals are also used in the different shapes like flowers, Indian Gods and Goddesses and even beads while preparing the Rakhis. .

9. Shree-Om Rakhi:
Rakhis contaning the symbols of Hindu Dharma, like the ‘Shree’ sign, the ‘Om’ sign and the ‘Swastika’ signs are also in demand. Such Rakhis leave a religious impression. So these Rakhis are specially popular among the old people. .

10. Ram Rakhi:
Sometimes Rakhis are made of simple silk threads. They are very simple Doris only with no decorations at all. Just a flower made of same thread in the middle of the Dori. .

11. Beads Rakhi:
The Rakhis that have beads embedded into their threads or embedded on top of the Rakhi base in the middle of the Rakhi thread are put into this category. Such Rakhis give a unique tribal appearance.

12. Currency Note Rakhi:
Such Rakhis have different denominations of currency notes like Rupees or Dollars attached to them. These currency notes can be duplicate, made of plastic or even real. .

13. Stones Rakhi:
The Rakhis that are made by using the pieces of precious and semi-precious stones are called stone Rakhis. A Rakhi decorated with various kinds of glittering stone pieces looks just marvelous.

Rakhi Thali Decoration Ideas:

1. Floral Thali – You can decorate the thali with different fresh colourful flowers. Either fill the entire thali with the flowers or decorate them only on it’s boundary. Thali can be decorated by single color flowers also. Instead of entire flower only the petals of flower can also be used for decoration.

2. Dry-fruits Thali – Decorate these rakhi thalis with dry fruits like cashew nuts, chestnuts, raisins, cocoa nut, pistachio, almond, betelnut etc. One after another many circles of different dry- fruits can be made which gives a colourful look. Or an entire base of mixed dry fruits can also be prepared.

3. Roli-turmeric Thali – The thali can be decorated with roli and turmeric. You can use them as liquid by mixing a little water to roli and the turmeric. The red and yello combination of these two will give a traditional look to your thali.

4. Collage Thali – Different colourful paper cuttings can be used for the decoration. Though the thali will wear a look of collage painting. The papers used in such decoration could be plain papers with single color or the printed papers containing some or other pictures on them.

5. Choco-toffee Thali – This type of decoration will attract the children more. The area of thali can be divided by drawing lines of chocolates and toffeees. And in every division a different item could be kept. Like the Rakhi, diya, sweets, roli and akshat.

6. Painted Thali – These rakhi thalis can also be ecorated with painting colors. Pour the paint colors in the palette, hold the brush in your hands and let your imagination fly. You can make geometric, floral, landscape or other themes on the thali.

7. Sweets Rakhi Thali – The sweets could be used as decorative items. Either put full pieces of the sweets in a decorative manner or you can also put small pieces of sweets by cutting them in different shapes. You can also use a combination of them.













Krishan Leela

Lord Krishna appeared over five thousand years ago in Mathura, India to Devaki and Vasudeva in the jail cell of the tyrant Kamsa. The place of His birth is known as Sri Krishna Janmasthan . He appeared with His brother Balarama in response to the demigods’ prayers for protection from the widespread influence of demonic administration on earth.



Previously, the demigods and demons had been at war in the heavens. When the demons were defeated by the demigods, they decided to instead attack this planet earth. Thus, they invaded the earth by discretely taking birth as princes in powerful royal families of the time.

And as the earth became overrun by militaristic activities of these kingly demons, the demigods including the Earth goddess earnestly sought Lord Visnu’s protection. Seeing the deteriorating social and political conditions and hearing the prayers of the demigods, the all-compassionate Supreme Lord Sri Krishna decided to descend for the benefit of all.



The Supreme Lord descends from time to time in this material world to reestablish the teachings of the Vedas. In His Bhagavad-gita, Lord Krishna promises: “Whenever and wherever there is a decline in religious practice, O descendant of Bharata, and a predominant rise of irreligion–at that time I descend Myself. To deliver the pious and to annihilate the miscreants, as well as to reestablish the principles of religion, I Myself appear milleniumm after millenium.”


Although eternal the Lord appears in specific circumstances out of mercy for His devotees. In fact, His principal biography, the Srimad Bhagavatam states, “the learned men describe the births and activities of the Unborn and Inactive.” Therefore, although He appears within the material dimensions of time and space, He is most definitely not of it.


Historically, Lord Krishna appeared on the midnight of the 8th day of the dark half of the month of Sravana. This corresponds to July 19th 3228 BC. He exhibited His pastimes for a little over 125 years and dissappeared on February 18th 3102 BC on the new moon night of Phalguna. (His departure marks the beginning of the current age of corruption known as Kali.)


The great scholar Srila Vishvanatha Chakravarti neatly outlines Lord Krishna’s activities in this way: the first three years and four months were spent in Gokula, then equal lengths of time in Vmdavana and Nandagram, eighteen years and four months in Mathura, and finally ninety-six years and eight months in Dvaraka totalling 125 years of manifest pastimes. See the Krishna-lila chart.


Lord Krishna’s early pastimes are briefly summarized at the website Krishna’s Adventures in Vraja”During this childhood time , He grew up as the son of His foster parents Nanda and Yasoda in the midst of the idyllic beauty of Gokula, Vrindavana, and Nandagram. Not only did He destroy numerous demons, but also performed His famous rasa dance.


Krishna enjoyed the dance of love (rasa-lila) with the gopis many of whom are expansions of His own internal energies. The supreme gopi known as Srimati Radharani is the object of Krishna’s highest devotion. This beautiful dance would occur in the autumn season at night under a full moon when Lord Krsna would captivate the young gopis with the extraordinary music of His flute . These esoteric pastimes constitute the most confidential expression of divinity ever revealed.


Usually the conception of sprirtual perfection consists of overwhelming feelings only of awe and reverence at God’s majesty. However, in these pastimes each devotee loves God either as a master, a best freind, a mischievous son, or even as an intimate lover, thus revealing the infinite possibilities of divine love. These early pastimes of Lord Krsna in Vrindavana illustrate the extraordinary intimacy that one can have with God. These pastimes are described in detail by Sri Visvantha Chakravarti in his Sri Krishna Bhavanamrta Mahakavya


When Krsna and Balarama were older, They were invited to Mathura, where Karnsa, Their demonic uncle, was planning Their death in a wrestling match against two large and powerful wrestlers. When Kamsa saw his wrestlers defeated, he ordered his friends to drive the brothers out of Mathura, plunder the riches of Their cowherd friends, and kill Their fathers, Nanda and Vasudeva. However, Krishna immediately killed Kamsa and Balarama killed his eight brothers. Lord Krishna then established the pious King Ugrasena as the emperor of several kingdoms.


In Mathura, both Krishna and Balarama were initiated by Gargamuni in the Gayatri mantra. Later They went to live under the care of Sandipani Muni who instructed Them in all the Vedic arts and sciences in sixty-four days and nights especially in military science, politics and spirituality. As an offering (guru-daksina) to Their teacher, They recovered his son from death. Although God does not need instruction from anyone else, Lord Krsna and His brother set the perfect example : one must accept instruction from and serve a bona-fide spiritual master to advance in spiritual life.


For the next eighteen years, They continued to live in Mathura halting the impending threat of many demonic kings. Later in Their pastimes Lord Balarama married a princess named Revati. Lord Krsna married many queens, the foremost among them being the extraordinarily beautiftil Queen Rukmini. (See Sri Rukmini website for the story of Their marriage). Both Krishna and Balarama established Their palaces in Dvaraka off the coast of western India, where They enjoyed married life for many years. Although They were married, Lord Krsna and Lord Balarama exhibited the quality of detachment from material life perfectly.


When They were about ninety years old, the great world war of Kuruksetra took place. This climactic battle brought together all the major world leaders. Lord Krsna took the role of a charioteer on the side of the pious Pandavas, while Lord Balarama refusing to participate went on a pilgrimage tour thereby blessing the entire land of India.


At the start of the war, Lord Krishna displayed His stupendous Universal Form delivered His famous message known as the Bhagavad-gita, literally the Song of God. This Song contains the essence of all knowledge having been spoken by the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna Himself. This war concluded with the destruction of the demonic kings and the reinstatement of the righteous Pandava princes.


Run Bhumi


Bhagwan Krishan Maha Roop


Bhisham Pitamah Vadh