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I'm Amali. I'm pursuing a B.A course in English at Holy Cross College in Tamil Nadu. I really happy to be a part of IJR

Impacts of smartphones

Mobile phones have revolutionized our lives for many years. In the past, people had to wait for days or weeks to get a reply to their letters. Smartphones provide us the opportunity to converse, figure out, and access content it’s also have redefined connectivity and communication. But, high-end mobile phones, have also turned out to be handy devices for anti-social elements. It all depends on how you use this Smart and handy gadget. They have their uses and misuses. The ability to talk without wires and all across the world is one of the major uses of smartphones. Smartphones have surfaced as the main communication gadget for millions of county side and distant areas in many developing countries where it is quite hard to build widespread landline phone infrastructures. Mobile Phones leads a man’s ways.

On one side if smartphones are the best sources to get instant help in the hour of need, there are some drawbacks to this gadget. Nowadays, parents are allowed their children to use smartphones at an early age but it is only to make sure about their safety and security which is needed since we live in an insecure society. However, it has been observed that these children do not make use of it in a proper manner. This can impact negatively on their mental and physical fitness. Burglars and criminals can plan out a number of criminals activities using smartphones. We must keep a close watch out for what purposes the Smartphone is used.

India’s participation in sports

India is no longer just a cricket nation and the sports business is starting to expand along with several dimensions totaling to over a billion US dollars growing at 35% to 40% years over organizations taking some definite interest in the sports industry programs, there has been definite upheaval in the industry as a whole. In recent news, India saw its Olympians bringing glory to the country in wrestling (Shakthi Mallik) and badminton(PV. Sindhu) not only is this a huge leap from the predominantly patriarchal nature of sports in India but an inspiration to women all around the world. It was high time for India to start talking sports seriously and not just as fun and games.

The Ministry of sports and youth affairs is focusing on the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation and the MP area development Fund. Specifically, MPs in India will be able to allocate more funds towards the erection of multipurpose halls, hockey turfs, soccer fields, and athletic tracks, under the urban sports Infrastructure scheme or USIS, a whopping windfall of roughly six crore rupees will be allotted towards the same. Indeed, people may have a different sporting preference, but the bottom line is that there is no doubt that sports, any sports, can enthuse so many. Its time to showcase India’s prowess to grow as a superpower in sports.

Sacred architecture in India

Religious architecture is also known as saved architecture. Religious architecture is with the design and construction of religious or spiritual or worship places like church, temple, mosque. Religious architecture expresses religious beliefs, aesthetic choices, and economic and technological capacity of those who create or adapt it and thus places of worship show a great variety depending on time and place. In Hinduism, the temple is called as Mandir. Each mandir is dedicated to a specific Hindu God or goodness. Today, the temples in India have reminded us of our past and the architectural brilliance of craftsmen in those days. Brahadeshwara temple, Tanjore, TamilNadu. Kailasnath temple, Ellora. Chennakeshava temple, Karnataka was the temple named for its architecture.

Christianity is the third largest religion in India after Hinduism and Islam. Christian architecture refers to the buildings of churches. Christian architecture styles are not Gothic or Corinthian or Roman with a colonnade as is the case with many churches capturing the present trend to Indianise the church, in line with the Vatican II, it’s every part is native. Islamic architecture is the architecture of the Indian subcontinent produced by and for the Islamic patrons and purposes. An immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by the order of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife. The Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage. TheTaj Mahal was never a mosque, in fact, it wasn’t built by a Muslim but a Hinduin 17th century.

Festivals of india

India is named for its culture, tradition, and heritage behind the festivals. They are meant to rejoice special moments and emotions in our lives with our loved ones. Festivals were started to pass the legends, knowledge, and traditions onto the next generation. Festivals connect us with our family and add a structure to our culture and tradition. There are many types of cultural festivals such as national festivals, religious festivals, and seasonal festivals. They give us happiness and strengthen our relationships. National festivals connect us with feelings of patriotism. These festivals connect every citizen through emotions. Independence Day, Republic Day, and Gandhi jayanthi were the national festivals of India. Celebrating festivals without any difference and parciality among the religions is only on national festivals. The government of India has declared a national holiday on the national festivals of the day.

Religious festivals are important for families. Because from the religious festivals are help us to reach the ethics and principles to us and our next generations. In India, we celebrate various religious festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Ramzan, Mahavir Jayanthi, etc. but, a reflection of these festivals share love, understanding, and tolerance. On that day we thank God for the specials things or events given by them. Seasonal festivals are celebrated for welcoming the seasons and show their gratitude towards nature. Holi is an important Spring festival for Hindus, a national holiday in India. Holi is celebrated at the end of the Winter. As a result, all the festivals are related and results in harmony, peace, and happiness.


Protect our environment

The regular and healthy ecosystems helps us to clean our water, purify our air, maintain our soil, regulate the climate, recycle, nutrients, and provide us with food. They provide the raw materials and resources for medicines and other purposes. The development of urbanization is taken a high destroy on the environment. During the increase in the development of the lifestyle of the people, the condition of the environment is going dreadful. On one side, we were successful in science and in the technology is doing wonders to bring more comfort in life but on the other side, the environment is affected in many ways pollution, depletion of energy resources, poisonous air, and adverse weather conditions and so on and so forth.

As we know that greenhouse gases have poisoned the air and have also led to the depletion of the ozone layer of the atmosphere, which in turn has caused the temperature to ride. The solution to this problem is to grow more trees. Because the trees contribute to maintaining the air quality by emitting oxygen and thus reduce the greenhouse effect from the atmosphere trees save us from extreme weather conditions. Now, people are getting more aware of the benefits of planting trees as several missions and programs ate being organized by the government. Plastics cause much land pollution and also prove fatal for animals when they swallow polythene bags or pouches. We must stop the use of the plastics and we start to use paper bags instead of polythene bags. To reduce the use of natural resources like fuel, we should use public transport. We also don’t litter our own environment by throwing away the garbage and other wastes to the surroundings it adds up to bacteria and germs which causes diseases. The awareness about the conservation of the environment is most important to protect natural resources. Indeed, working on a personal level to protect our environment a lot. If every one of us begins to do our part in saving the environment the earth will again become the same beautiful and healthy place for living.

Precautions for covi d-19

The early step to protect us from the Corona virus is to wash your hands frequently. Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hand. Hand touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses while you touching your eyes, nose, and mouth without washing your hand, the virus will enter into your body and make you sick. Make sure that the people around you have followed the good hygiene during sneezing, coughing. While sneezing or coughing cover your mouth, nose, and eyes with your clothes or following good respiratory hygiene you can protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu, and COVID-19. When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small droplets from their nose and mouth which may contain the virus if you are too close you can breathe in the droplets including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease. Maintain at least 1-meter distance between yourself and anyone who coughing or sneezing.

The whole country is under a very complicated situation. We have to give our participants to overcome the COVID-19. Stay with the latest information and development about coronavirus. National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on whether COVID-19is spreading in your area. They are the best place to advise on what people in your area should be doing to protect themselves. Stay home if you feel unwell if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority.

India in covid-19

Our country faces the world’s largest lockdown to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. During this lockdown so many impacts we’re taking place. It creates a tough impact on daily wages people because they lost their works. Migrated working people were returning to their native place. On their way to their home, they were struggling for food and other basic needs. The world’s largest lockdown means all factories, markets, shops, and the places of worship are now closed. Most public transport suspended and construction work halted, as India asks it’s citizens to stay home and practice social distancing. Even before the implementation of lockdown, India having a great effect on pollution. Our country capital Delhi is the most affected place in India because the more release of polluted air from vehicles and factories make Delhi as the most polluted area.

The national curfew in India on March 22 also resulted in the lowest one-day traffic pollution on record analysis from CREA. India has one of the highest rates of respiratory diseases in the world and the world’s highest number of tuberculosis cases. Such widespread lung damage could potentially increase the risk associated with the coronavirus. A very high level of respiratory disease, even among young children they have asthma, the nebulizer has become a normal thing to have in the house for families who afford them. According to WHO, older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions, including asthma, appear to be at a higher risk of becoming severely ill with the virus. This lockdown gives a lot of encouragement and hopes that we can bring pollution down. The coronavirus crisis also presents India with an opportunity to invest in a clean energy future.

Some way to spend a quality time in lockdown

The entire country is under lockdown, schools and other educational institutions are now closed. So, people have no other options but to spend their time at home. Many of the educational institutions conducting some webinars and other classes online but it is for a certain time after that the students have to spend most of their time in front of the television. Some of them watching television with a power-packed schedule.Without going and doing anything the people face problems like obesity, laziness, low immunity, etc. To overcome this, people have to exercise daily, it will improve strength and ability and helps to build your immunity and also distress and relax. It will also help to inculcate energy and boost your stamina. Gardening is another way to spend quality time. Select the plants which grow easily and found anywhere. Try to grow the plant which gives freshness and oxygen. It will relieve you of stress and make your home beautiful.

Painting is one of the best ways to spend useful time. It soothes your mind and keeps your mind think creatively. It will explore your creativity. We have so many photographs from our childhood. Make that photos into a collage by organizing them and it will help you to recall your past and happy moments. Children may spend their time playing games like chess and carrot with a family instead of playing video games. Good books make good people, spend time in reading good books also. During our working days, we didn’t have enough time to spend with a family but now we have a long leave for our works, so we must spend time with a family and be safe with the family.

Tourist places of India

India is one of the famous tourist place in the world. Because India has all types of tourists destination in one place. Spiritual places, adventurous places, natural places, desert, wild safaris, historical places were in India. Especially, India is famous for its spices and our cuisine is world famous. The most visited state by foreign people in India is Maharashtra. Over 4.5million foreigners arrived in 2014. It has a large number of popular and many religious places were there. Maharashtra was the most attractive state in India. India’s prettiest state is Kerala. Kerala is also known as “God’s own country”. It has the most stunning beaches in Varkala, Kovalam, and many more.

Kashmir is known as”the heaven of India “. The natural beauty that exists in the place makes it one of the most beautiful places on earth and particularly in India. Madhya Pradesh has unique features than other states in cultural history and in rich natural resources. It is considered as the ” heart of India” because of its geographical location. India is also famous for its unique food culture from various states. Various types of dishes like biryani, samosas, dal makhani, tandoori meat, chat are the most preferable foods by foreigners. India is a country which has one of the richest and vivid histories and heritage. Our country is the home to ancient Indus Valley Civilization. The country is famous across hundreds of things.

Few tips to overcome depression

A group of conditions associated with the elevation or lowering of a person’s mood is Depression. We will get a consultation when we have suicidal thoughts and might harm yourself or others. When you’re feeling anxious or stressed spend some time in yoga, learn new things, meditation, listen to music. Don’t avoid any of the meals, keep yourself healthy to be enthusiastic. When you’re stressed, your body needs additional sleep and rest and by doing exercise daily you feel good and also helps to maintain your health. Take a deep breath makes you feel relax. Be proud of, however, close you get, acceptance that cannot control everything, put your stress in perspective, and a good laugh makes you feel better from depression.

Make an effort to replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Make yourself active which helps you to support and also it will break your stress. Be in relationships is a way to feel free. Tell friends and family you are feeling overwhelmed and let them know how they can help you. Talk to the physician or therapist for professional help. Be patient when you start a new exercise program. Most sedentary people require about four to eight weeks to feel coordinated and sufficiently in shape so that exercise feels easier. Constantly shouting in your ear with a never-ending prattle of your most anxious thoughts and worries. Ignoring your anxiety doesn’t make it go away, the restless thoughts just continue.