In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.”–. Comfort? Congress party shared the PTI tweet that misquoted PM Modi to allege that the Prime Minister lied to the nationThis article takes a brief look at three such women from Bengal who had taken direct part in India's fight for freedom.Union Minister Smriti Irani writes on PM Modi's contribution towards women empowerment in the country.The government must undertake concrete measures to prevent the mainstreaming of the ideology of Gender Identity politics.The Communist Party of India (CPI) was one such organisation that left an obtrusive footprint upon the history of the mass independence movement, for reasons good and bad, significantly, for betrayal during Direct Action DayOn the midnight of August 15th 1947, India gained its independence from the British and was partitioned into two countries- Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority PakistanNDTV claimed that Indian scientists were using urine to make space bricks when the scientists were, in fact, using urea.The video which social media users claimed to be of Delhi is from Jaipur which was uploaded on YouTube on August 11, 2020Prime Minister Modi said that the percentage of active cases of coronavirus cases in India has come down and the recovery rate has come up. Carl Sagan (1934-1996), a renowned American astrophysicist, astronomer and astrobiologist admired the Hindu view of the cosmos. We are the custodians of life’s meaning. But knowledge is preferable to ignorance. In the West, Heaven is placid and fluffy, and Hell is like the inside of a volcano. The gardeners became exiles and wanderers.
But “then science came along and taught us that we are not the measure of all things.” But Sagan wants the truth science gives not illusory comfort of religion. Better by far to embrace the hard truth than a reassuring fable.If we crave some cosmic purpose, then let us find ourselves a worthy goal.Am going to stick here to the short version: correct that by the lights of science we are not the measure of all things. Read more quotes from Carl Sagan. We were to be kept ignorant. We uncover hidden chapters in the record of our own origins, and with some anguish better understand our nature and prospects. In an undated “Most cultures imagine the world to be a few hundred human generations old. We need your support to fight them. “The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies … “Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. In every culture we imagined something like our own political system running the Universe. It is longer than the age of the Earth, the Sun, and half the time since Bing Bang.”The American astronomer then highlighted the Hindu belief that the universe is the dream of God who dissolves Himself, in dreamless sleep, and the universe after 100 Brahma years. Despite all our best efforts, we’ve not been very inventive. In the early 1980s, astronomer Carl Sagan hosted and narrated a 13-part television series called "Cosmos" that aired on PBS. There is a way to find out the answer to this question not through mysticism but through science – by making an accurate census of the total amount of matter in the universe or by seeing to the very edge of the cosmos,” he concluded.Whether NDTV or 'The Wire', they never have to worry about funds. “This is until another Brahma century that He stirs, recomposes and begins again to dream the great cosmic Lotus dream.”Following his visit to an ancient Chola temple in Dharasuram, Carl Sagan explained the significance of a bronze-cast Nataraj idol. We were starving for knowledge—created hungry, you might say. There is a celebrated story in the Western tradition like this, except that not quite everything was there for us.