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Thursday, July 06, 2017

Trip to Bhiwadi

Last week I had a trip to Bhiwadi, Rajasthan. Bhiwadi is known as –The Gateway of Rajasthan.  I was driving my Grand i10 with my wife and kids. As soon as we left home it started raining. Rain was so heavy I couldn’t see the road clearly. Visibility dropped to less than 10 meters. In the city it was not so difficult to drive as the speed was slow but as soon as we hit the highway, rain got heavier. You cannot drive sideways as there water was heavily logged. In this rain looking through side mirrors and back mirror was out of question. Waters bouncing out from the tyres of front cars, buses and trucks were creating hazy atmosphere adding more misery to driving. Wife was constantly telling me to drive more cautiously and first time I was actually listening to her. My 2 year old son generally seat at front seat and play with dashboard but we decided to move him to back seat so that he couldn’t disturb me and I could rally focus on the drive.
When roadways are wet, the friction is reduced between the tyre and the road and so I had to adjust the speed again and again. Tyres were skidding and braking was not smooth. Driving through highway in the rain was very scary. 
I left home at 1100 hrs and we reached Bhiwadi by 1400 hrs and that was just double the time it normally takes. My kids were really enjoying the rain and when they reached rain was stopped and they jumped out of car to enjoy the logged water and slides.

My eyes were in pain by then we reached looking through windshield on which two wipers were doing their work very hastily and seriously. But I forget every pain of journey looking my kids enjoying. No one likes the rain when he/she is in traffic but every one enjoys the beauty after rain had passed. One cannot ignore the beauty of nature and clear sky. Rain is clearly a great blessing of God.
Few lines from one of the famous poem:
How beautiful is the Rain!
After the Dust and heat,
In the broad and fiery street,
In the Narrow lane,
How beautiful is the rain!

I didn’t know the basics of driving in rain but that day I learn many of them by watching other drivers. As monsoon season is ongoing I thought to pen down some basics to let others know as well.
  1. Turn on wipers to clean the windshield.
  2. Slow down to give more friction to tyres and reduce the chances of skidding out.
  3. Stay focused and keeps away the entire disturbance.
  4. Turn your lights on and to make it easier for other drivers to see your car.
  5. Maintain lengthy gap between cars in front of you.
  6. Avoid slamming of brakes instead slow down the car by easing the accelerator.

Returning to trip we decided to visit one of the temple of Bhiwadi which is quite famous called Baba Mohan Ram Temple. It is also known as Khali Kholi Dhaam. Almost every person of Rajasthan and Haryana believes in magic of Baba Mohan Ram. It is very beautiful and quite place.

We were really mesmerized by scenic beauty of temple. It is a must visit. Overall we enjoyed the unforgettable journey.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Lose weight --- Ayurveda techniques

As we grow older, it can be extremely challenging to lose fat just through diet and exercise. To really fight that stubborn fat, the ancient medical system of India, known as Ayurveda, uses age-old techniques that target the exercise-resistant fat by igniting your digestive fire. This is the biggest difference between ayurvedic weight loss and techniques and more conventional Western methods – ayurveda focuses on why your fat cells are getting bigger and gives you solutions that work long term. These techniques have worked for thousands of years and can be performed on a daily basis.

Ayurvedic techniques are targeted specifically at removing toxins from your body, which shrinks your fat cells. The older you get, the more common it becomes to have toxins in your body, but it doesn’t have to be this way. If you implement daily habits and detox programs that help remove these toxins, they don’t have to become a chronic issue leading to weight gain.

The first step is to determine if you have toxins in your body. Once you recognize that you have an accumulation of toxins in your body, and then it is time to take action to reduce these toxins.

Each one of the following recommendations will help you to shed those extra pounds. Individually, they are helpful, but when you put them all together, you may experience impressive weight-loss results. These fat fighters will help you not only lose weight – but you’ll be able to keep it off. You can adhere to this plan indefinitely – I consider the steps life-long “maintenance” recommendations.

Remember, we are targeting that stubborn fat that never seems to go away. The weight loss was just a natural byproduct of the ayurvedic programs they implemented.

The first ayurvedic fat fighter is a special “detox” tea. It includes a combination of ingredients that help to improve digestion, break down fat, and “unclog” the channels in our body by removing toxins.

Detox Tea

Boil 4 to 5 cups of water in the morning. Add 1/2 teaspoon of the following seeds to the water and continue to let it boil for about 5 minutes with the lid on.
  • Whole cumin seeds
  • Whole coriander seeds
  • Whole fennel seeds

Strain out the seeds and pour the liquid into a thermos. The key is to make the tea fresh every morning, place it in a thermos, and take small sips of it throughout the day. It is best to drink it warm or hot. If the tea is too strong or if you experience some initial discomfort, reduce the amount of seeds to 1/4 teaspoon for 2 weeks, and then increase it back to 1/2 teaspoon.

The second ayurvedic fat fighter recommends eating 50% of your daily calories at lunch. This is what’s incredibly unique about ayurvedic fat fighting: Instead of cutting calories first, you just have to change when you are eating most of your calories. According to ayurveda, lunch is the most important meal of the day because it is when your digestive fire, agni, is the strongest. You should eat the least number of calories at dinner, which should be before 7 p.m. If it sounds too good to be true, here is an experiment for you to do at home: Measure the number of calories that you are currently consuming on a daily basis. Don’t reduce the total number of calories you are eating, but eat the majority of your calories at lunch (at least 50%). Without any additional effort, you should begin to lose weight. Who doesn’t love that?
A typical day’s meals should look like this:
  • Breakfast should be easy-to-digest foods like hot oatmeal, hot cereal, or fresh fruit. Don’t eat egg yolks because it’s hard to digest – just egg whites.
  • Lunch should be your largest meal when you eat the heaviest foods – cheese, eggs, meat and desserts.
  • Dinnertime is when your digestive fire is the weakest, so this should be your smallest and lightest meal. Dinner should consist of small proportions of easy-to-digest foods such as soups or cooked vegetables. Dinner shouldn’t be eaten after 7 p.m. because your body’s digestion gets weaker at night and cannot process food as well; undigested food is turned into toxins and often stored in your fat cells.