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  1. 18 8 2015


    Ramendra didn't answer. Kunwar Sahib became somewhat more agitated and said, 'Why do you people forget that all misconduct arises from compulsion. ? A thief steals not because he particularly enjoys stealing bur only because he is compelled  by his needs . Yes , it can be  debated whether his needs are real  or imagined. One man may think it necessary to buy his wife a piece of jewellery when she goes to visit her parents, while another may consider it compeletely unnecessary. One man may lose his honesty when tormented by hunger while another may die rathr than beg, but you scholars should not forget  the law of nature whereby the desire impels every living  being. A man will do anything to stay alive. Misconduct increases or decreases in proportion  to how difficult or easy it is to survive. Our first principle should be to make survival easy for everyone. Ramendra Babu, you have treated these poeple just the same way that others are treating you, even though your being mistreated is causing you so much grief. 

    Ramendra : ' in these matters, I have no faith in education.Education leads us to accept many things that morality, saction and tradition teach us to avoid. If our foot slips we don't cut if off and throw it away, yet  I am not ready to bow my head before this anology. I wish to make it very clear that if you want to live with me you will have to give up your old assuptions. I will even go so far as to say that you will have to change you feelings so that you yourself hate such people. We have to refine our faculties in such a way that society will feel ashamed of its injustice , if we let our conduct become corrupt, society's contempt for us will appear justified in other's eyes'.

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  2. 12 4 2015

    Haryana Civil Services Judicial Branch 2000

    Public opinion formation is the very essence of democratic life. It has been well said that  public opinion, once aroused, can move mountains. It can introduce social and economic changes at a rate hitherto unknown. Mass media of communication create an awareness in the citizen of his rights and privilges and the conciousness of his participation in the democratic process. Democracy grows through dissemination of information, discussion, expression of views, persuations, arguments and constuctive criticism and for all this speedy communication in the mosy powerful vehicle. Mass media are the vital instrument of transmission of knowledge of political, social and economic action. Today, the strength of a democratic, society depends, to a considerable extent on its free communication media.

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  3. 30 3 2015


    Translate the following paragraph from English to Hindi


    The individual is the passenger in the chariot of the material body, and intelligence is the driver. Mind is the driving instrument, and the senses are the horses. The self is thus the enjoyer or sufferer in the association of the mind and senses. So, it is understood by great thinkers.

    The individual consiciouness or the life particle is compared to the passenger because he is the chief occupant and thus enjouer or sufferer of the journey. The horses indicate the senses that always drag the chariot of the human body to the objects of the senses. Intelligence is compared to he driver because the driver employs necassary discrimination for a successful and comfortable journey. Reins are compared to the mind because they are directly connected to the horses(senses) and are guided by the driver (intelligence). An able driver (intelligence) takes to properly guide the chariot towards its destination by discrimination. In this way the passenger or the soul can reach the desired destination by proper use of all the faculties . On the other hand, if any of the faculties are not controlled and coordinated properly in the hierarchy ,sooner or later there may be an accident.

    Many spiritual traditions of the world, specifically the Vedic tradition of India have proclaimed that conciousness is a distinct reality in nature other than particles and waves. Some modern scientists have also supported this ancient wisdom. For example, Thomas Huxley remarked, "It seems to me pretty plain that there is a third thing in the universe, to writ, consicouness, which..... I of either." Similar observation is echoed in the words of the renowned physicist , Eugene, Wigene, Wiger, who started, "There are two kinds of reality or existence; the existence of my conciousness and the reality or existence of everything else."

    According to Vedanta, Human activities are carried out by the will of the concious life particle, which is then translated through the intelligence and mind to the human body. Mind intersacts with bisy through the brain. The brain is like the central processing unit of a computer where all signals for activites come in and also go out, but it functions according to the will of the programmer. John Eccles suggested phychon as the fundamental unit of the mind and it interacts with the brain through dendrons. Karl Probram has suggested that psychon is something like a Gabor functions, a wave functions. However, Vendata indicates that the life particle lies beyond particle and intelligence is a highly complex interaction and may will lie beyond the scope of modern science.

    It will be narural that modrn biologists and biochemists should include that study of consciousness in their research works. The field should not be left mainly to the neuroscientists, quantum physicists, psychologists and philosophers only

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