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Bihar Youth Icon Calendar Launch Party

Next Gen World, Yello Studio and HindChakra are going to unveil their 2020 Bihar Youth Icon Calendar.

In the words of Satish “This calendar is our small effort to recognize some of our very own youth stars from Bihar, who have done splendid works in their respective fields and make us proud”

The event will take place at Hotel AVR, Baily Road on Sunday, January 19 from 12:00 AM.

This is the first-ever such event where a calendar is prepared to present the youth icons of Bihar. These youths have made a specific place in their respective field by their hard work and determination.

The calendar is prepared by Next Gen World, Yello Studios and HindChakra.
Photographs were beautifully captured by well-known photographer Shree Animesh Ranjan (Yello Studios).
Kumar Prabhajan and Satish Kumar of Next Gen World are the producers of the calendar.
Sri Awadesh Jha and Ms. Nistha Solanki from Hindcharka have done a fabulous job of selecting these Youth Icons.

People featured in the calendar:
The January page is really beautiful dedicated to the youth heroes who came to rescue the people of Patna during the recent floods.
February: RJ Vijeta and Actor, writer Kritika Gupta
March: Social Worker Ritu Jaiswal
April: Media Personality Sujit Srivastava, Nancy, and Ekta Verma
May: From Art Segment Cartoonist Pawan & Poet Sameer Parimal
June: From Sports Manish Yadav and Shikha Kumari
July: From TV Urvashi Vaani and kid dancer Arnika
August: Social Entrepreneurs Manish Kumar Singh, Khushi Singh, and Suman Saurabh
September: From Adventure Sports Tabbasum Ali and Nandan Dubey
October: Start-up Entrepreneur Richa Rajpoot & Ark Mrigank
November: Fashion Makeup Artist Rima Pandey and Fashion Designer Aiman Khan
December: Social Activist Vikashchandra k aka Guddu Baba

Let’s take a sneak peek of the calendar

A Vastu calendar with Aacharya Rupesh Pathak will also be launched on this event.

International Yoga Day and World Music Day is being celebrated today – a good coincidence

International Yoga Day and World Music Day is being celebrated today – a good coincidence
The world is observing the 5th International Yoga Day today on June 21st.’Yoga for Heart’ is the theme this

Ranchi, the Jharkhand’s capital is hosting the main yoga day even at Prabhat Tara ground where PM Modi
performs Yoga along with 18,000 people, including Chief Minister Raghubar Das.

The idea of International Day of Yoga was first proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the UN General
Assembly on September 27, 2014. Thereafter, the United Nations proclaimed June 21 as the International
Day of Yoga.

Since 2015, the International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on June 21.

The World Music Day is also being celebrated today on June 21 in over 120 countries including its country of origin France where it is known as ‘Fête de la Musique’ meaning “festival of music” to honour both amateur and professional musicians.

World Music Day 2019 will see the first-ever live concert on Facebook in India. Vh1 India and MTV Beats are joining forces to celebrate World Music Day on Facebook.

The Facebook celebration, #LongLiveMusic, will last 24 hours starting at midnight on June 21.

Staying Healthy in Cold Season

Staying Healthy in Cold Season!

What an idea to enjoy every season at its fullest. As every season has its beauty and charm.
However, we have to adapt ourselves with the change of seasons to stay healthy and fit.
Mid-December to mid-January is the time, Patnaites experience severe winter swept by westerly winds.
So, it’s necessary to take extra care to keep ourselves fit.
Nobody wants to be sneezing and coughing, experiencing a bout of flu, infection, bad mood sore throat, stuffy or runny nose and headache. Though, these may be symptoms of common cold, make us feel restless.

The most important thing one should do is wearing proper woollens.
When it’s very cold outside, cover your body properly. Our face, ears, nose and throat are the parts very sensitive and vulnerable to cold.
Keeping our ear, nose and face warm and covered seems to make a big difference.

Cold air, generally affects the throat first, giving us an itchy sensation with sore throat.
Gargling with half teaspoon salt in one cup of lukewarm water helps to soothe a sore throat. A vaporizer is also a good remedy to get relief from congestion caused by cold.
Besides, keep your feet warm and dry. A good pair of woollen shocks will do the job.

Boosting immune system is always a good strategy to combat cold. Taking immune-boosting nutrients like Soya, Garlic, Ginger, Turmeric, Whole Grains, Nuts especially Almonds, Yogurt, Fish, Red bell peppers and Citrus Fruits are the top immune booster.
Besides, eating a diet high in fibers is always good.

Taking vitamin C is good for reducing the length and severity of symptoms.

Drink plenty of water. In winter, we generally feel less thirsty and drink less water. However, it doesn’t mean that our body requires less water. So drinking sufficient water is necessary for smooth functioning of our body systems and also for removing toxins from our body.

Keep your hands clean by washing thoroughly with soap and water. Don’t share personal items as colds and flu are highly contagious.
Keep away from eating and drinking such things, which aggravate cold symptoms in winter.

Getting enough sleep is good to fight off cold.

International Yoga Day celebrated in Patna

As the world celebrates the International Yoga Day on June 21 for the second year, Patnaites  gathered in large number  at various Yoga camps in the state capital with tremendous enthusiasm and motivation to learn the various techniques of this age old practice and its usefulness in their daily life styles for remaining fit and healthy.

Gandhi Maidan and Buddha Smriti Park were among the major venues where yoga camps were organized by Patanjali Arogya Kendra and Art of Living respectively.

The idea of an International Day of Yoga was first proposed by Narendra Modi during his speech at the UNGA, on September 27, 2014.

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN Address suggested the date of June 21, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares special significance in many parts of the world.

World Music Day coincides with the International Day of Yoga.

International Yoga Day in Patna

What after 10th?

Once the Board Examination is over, many students face a similar situation of dilemma, a question mark arises in the minds of students and their parents that after class 10th what would be the further course of study to select a better career.However, many students plan in advance while many of them are in a fix that whether they should choose science / arts / commerce or any other courses.

Sometimes parents also put pressure on children to take a course of their choice. Relatives and friends also influence a student’s decision.At this juncture, it is most important that student should choose their courses according to their interest and understanding of the subjects.

There are many choices available today and one can choose according to ones interest and ability. Students are not mature enough. Parents should also consider the interest and merit of their wards while helping them choosing their courses.Student should also consider the valuable advice given by their teachers / parents / seniors and friends. They must know that any course they choose would require their interest in the subject, hard labour and a good understanding of the subject they choose.

Today, there are myriads of career options in every field and the conventional options are now no longer ultimate and limited to a few like engineering, medicine or humanities.If a child is good at music, painting, playing cricket, acting or any other field, he or she should be encouraged to choose a particular career of his or her choice.

After all who will become next Sachin Tendulkar, Leander Paes, MC Mary Kom, Viswanathan Anand, Shahrukh Khan, karina kapoor, Alka Yagnik and many others who excelled in their fields.

Sujit Kumar
Science World Institutions
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