Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Password for eAadhaar Card password protected file


Have you ever downloaded the eAadhaar card from the website "" and then got stuck when you tried to open this pDf file of your card?
It happened to me today, and after searching the internet for getting the right answer, I found that there are some misleading informations available, which make you to download some softwares etc.

The right password for opening up the password protected file of your e-Aadhaar card is the a 6 digit number-pin code of your area. The same pin code which you have mentioned in your permanent address in your card, it has to be put into the password box, and your pDf file will get open.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Statehood days of States of Republic Of India

After the formation of the Union of India on 15th August 1947, the formation of the states didn't took place on the same day, some of them were formed before the independence and others were formed after it.
 Here is the list of the dates of establishment of all current 29 states and Union Territories of Republic of India.

             STATE                            Established(Formation)/STATEHOOD DAY

  1. Arunachal Pradesh                             Feb 20, 1987
  2. Andhra Pradesh           -1st Oct 1953(Formation); 2nd June 2014(Re-organisation)
  3. Assam                    -1912 (Assam province- British India), 15th Aug 1947(Independent)
  4. Bihar                         - 1912(As Bihar - Orissa province), 1936 - Bihar
  5. Chhattisgarh                                         - 1st Nov 2000
  6. Goa                                                     - 30th May, 1987
  7. Gujarat                                                 - 1st May, 1960
  8. Himachal Pradesh                                 - Jan 25, 1971
  9. Haryana                                                - 1st Nov. 1966
  10. Jammu & Kashmir                                  - 26th Oct 1947
  11. Jharkhand                                              - 15th Nov, 2000
  12. Karnataka                                              - 1st Nov. 1956
  13. Kerala                                                   - 1st Nov. 1956
  14. Madhya Pradesh                                    - 1st Nov. 1956
  15. Maharashtra                                          - 1st May 1960
  16. Manipur                                                - 21 Jan, 1972
  17. Meghalaya                                            - 21 Jan, 1972
  18. Mizoram                                              - 20th Feb 1987
  19. Nagaland                                              - 1st Dec, 1963
  20. Orissa                                                  - 1st April, 1936
  21. Punjab                                                 - 1st Nov. 1966
  22. Rajasthan                                             - 1st Nov. 1956
  23. Sikkim                                                 - 16th May, 1975
  24. Tamil Nadu                                          - 26th Jan 1950
  25. Telangana                                            -2nd June 2014
  26. Tripura                                                - 21 Jan, 1972
  27. Uttar Pradesh                                       - 1805
  28. Uttarakhand                                        - 9th Nov, 2000
  29. West Bengal                                       - 1st Nov 1956
There are 7 union territories, which are governed directly by Central Govt. (union Govt.) with 2 exceptions which has partial statehood statuses.

        Union Territory                   Establishment Date
  1. Andaman and Nicobar          - 1st Nov 1956
  2. Chandigarh                          - 1st Nov, 1966
  3. Dadra and Nagar Haveli       -  11th Aug, 1961
  4. Daman and Diu                   - 30th May, 1987
  5. Delhi              - 1857(Incorporated), 1911 (Capital Formation), 1st Feb 1992(Established)
  6. Lakshadweep                       - 1st Nov, 1956
  7. Puducherry (Pondicherry)     - 7th Jan, 1963

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Friday, February 28, 2014

Do you need a cure for Facebook addiction?

Today, I am going to pour my heart into this post about Facebook. All through these days There are people who love Facebook for every reason but, I have talked to such people also who find this useless. Many people share the same thought that Facebook is a useless thing and kills their time.

Now the surprising thing is that more you talk about this useless thing, more often you start signing in. I mean we spend more time in Facebook than what is really required.  I was wondering what makes us to do so. Here is a short explanation which I managed to get from my psychological analysis. This will surely help you to come over it.

Everyone knows that Facebook has become an addiction for so many. Don't you want to know why? If you are one of the Facebook addicts, if Facebook is consuming your social and professional and including the personal life, you need a psychological cure.

 I think the main reason behind this addiction is that Facebook does not give us a "dislike' button. You are forced to not to "dislike" anything here.

Many people may not like this post but, you can't dislike it. There is not button for you. Of course you can comment about your 'dislike' but, generally there are so many posts coming into a person's timeline that there is nobody have the time to read your comment. So, your comment will get less attention but, the 'likes' will get the first attention.

I think that is the main psychological force acting into our psych, forcing us to like more and more. No "dislikes"!
When you post something even if there is no like at-least there is no 'dislike'.

Knowing that now calculate the amount of good knowledge that you gathered or learned after spending 12 hours a day on Facebook. Do this analysis for yourself. I know you will not do that even after reading the above line.
Now put some more pressure into your head and when it gets straight you will do the analysis. You will find that you learn nothing in Facebook except a constant emotional drain.

Once you have realized it, now you need to know the procedure for the cure. Please go through this article on Wikihow:

This will help you some more.

Thank you for your time.

P.S. please comment your views on the comment box.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Constitution of India and Republic day.

Today on 26th January 2014, I got a blog post update from Shekhar Kapur, the director, producer and actor who has contributed to movies such as "Bandit Queen", "Elizabeth"  and Wishwaroopam" and many more, through my subscription to his blog.

Here is what he wrote in his blog post:
WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to 
constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR 
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:  
JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity;
and to promote among them all
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity 
and integrity of the Nation;
IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY this twenty-sixth day of 

On the occasion of Republic day of India, he has posted the exact words which were recited on the day when the Constitution of India was actually enacted i.e. 26th November 1949. I think this was a good way to congratulate Republic Day to our citizen by reminding them of the words which carried the aim of our constitution.
I thought this to be an important post so wanted to make it a post for my own blog. To all the Indians:
Happy Republic Day!



Sunday, January 19, 2014

"Feet of Fire" dance academy at Sunder Nagar- inaugural function

Hello there,

I am filled with fire!
As usual I went to the Jawahar Lal Nehru Park of Sunder Nagar to get open air and soothing Sun-rays, stage was prepared for for a numbers of dance and singing performances. This was a inaugural function of "Feet of Fire"(FOF) dance academy at sunder Nagar on 19th Jan 2014.

Cold in the morning kept me at room, but in the noon it was shining so, I preferred to sit under the tent. Two young boys were anchoring the show, Andy and Sare ( I suppose they were stage names). I think they were successful to keep the noon show interesting and crowd responded well but a little irritating too.

"Swagtam" a welcome song, was performed by the visually handicapped girls from CRC S.Nagar. They came on the stage holding each others hands and guiding each other. They performed well and were cheered by the crowd with clapping.

Crowd was mixed with people of every age and every gender. Other major attention of the function was Amit Bhatia(director of the FOF academy S.Nagar), who appeared to me again a young boy. I am not a dancer but I was happy to see someone of that young age to become the director of a dance academy, which I suppose will be successful after getting such a big inaugural attention.

Sam, Amit and one others(Sorry! I forgot the name),  Dance India Dance(DID) fame stars, performed numbers of dances and one which caught my attention was on the song "Rama Re"from Bollywood movie "Kante"  by Sam.

Few dance steps and a short introduction on "Kathak" by Dinesh Gupta, who claimed to be the first post graduate from Himachal Pradesh on Classical dance "Kathak" was also a eye catching performance. I have no formal and not even informal education of dance so, I feel that I am not right person to comment much on the whole event but, after coming back from the show I felt a urge to write about this whole event, because this was different from the regular shows.

This was an interesting show. I got refreshed and somewhere inside at a corner of my heart I feel an urge to learn dancing. I wish all the best for the people who were part of this function and hope they will be successful to organize more such functions. One more reason for writing this post is to compensate the fact that I clapped very less while sitting there on the chair so, I hope this post dose that job.

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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Media makes me angry.

I have stopped buying newspapers, because I find them absurd with the news of the rapes and abuses on the front page. There are news which makes us feel bad and nothing more. I don't know if that is a good thing to ignore the newspaper or not but I don't see any advantage to read such papers.

According to Gandhi, one must see good, hear good and speak good and don't do the other way. Newspapers are filled with the stories of the bad deeds. I think they can do good by observing some good stories too. Maybe they do focus on those good stories too but I think they are more focused on the bad part of the world.

All I like about newspaper is the advertisements on the newspaper when they are of any relevance to common man. Some people advertise for recruitment and some people advertise just for showing their products to common man. That is the man business of the newspapers but their business can become good if they can provide something more good on it.

I have not written much about newspapers earlier but today as I am frustrated due to some reasons too, I have to take my frustration to some place where it should get out through. I want to be productive here with my frustration and so I am writing about the newspapers. 

I think newspapers need to understand the psychology of the people and they must understand that they have a very big responsibility by selling the information. They must recruit psychologists and they must be aware of the impact of the stories on people's mind.

Recently wife of Shashi Tharoor was found dead in a hotel room at Delhi. If that was a suicide then I think the one of the major reason behind the suicide was media. Media put the story of her personal relation with her husband and another lady reporter from Pakistan who was in fight with her with spiced matter. 

They put such news which are not of much relevance to other people. If there is any relation between Shashi Tharoor and that reporter which was not a good news for his wife, it was enough reason for the pain for her, and then they put this news on the front page of their newspaper so that everybody can read about this bad story and miserable personal life.

Don't you think that they should be left alone to live their personal life? How can media be so cruel , makes me feel disgusted with the newspapers. I have started to hate them. All I want to say to media is, 
"Media, Please Leave the personal lives of the celebrities to their own, don't interfere with them and start publishing something meaningful."

Media is the real criminal in today's world, they are the one who glamorize the crime and criminals. They can do good by covering some good stories. They must put something on their pages which could have inspired the wife of Tharoor to live more. 

Monday, January 13, 2014

Constructing a house


Need to construct a house arises when you are living in a place for a long time on the rental rooms. There comes a time when I realize that if I have spent that rental money on buying my own place it would have been more fruitful.

I recently have thought of having my own home at Sunder Nagar or at near by towns in Himachal Pradesh. I have very low capital at this time as compared to the amount I need to construct a home.I have started to inquire about the procedure and things I need to construct a house.

  • Land:
I think choosing appropriate land depends upon many factors. I have to look if the place is approachable, must a facility of market which must fulfill out basic daily needs. Traveling more than 1 km for buying my daily groceries will be place unfit for my residence.

Land of 1 biswa(125 sq. m) is will be sufficient to have a one room with one kitchen and one bathroom along with space for occupying a car. The rates vary from place to place according to the industrial and agricultural importance of the land.

Here in Sunder Nagar rates will vary from 2 lacs to 5 lacs per biswa. Prices are higher if the place is near to the national highway -21 and they may decrease if the place is distant from it but, if the place is near to an educational institute then prices are automatically higher.

  • Material and manpower:
Material is getting costly day by day, today a cement packet of 50 kg got 20 to 50 rupees more costly than it was yesterday. Cement companies raise price if they see the demand to hike in the nearby future.
Govt. funded construction projects play a major role in the demand of the cement so, if they see a numbers of projects coming on, they will raise the price.  Other than cement, the price of steel is constantly increasing and that need us to have a little heavier pocket.

I have a little experience with all this so, I need your suggestions. Please share with me whatever you think is worth sharing.

Thank you!