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How to learn astrology

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Amla uses and benefits

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Amla uses and benefits




A prestigious herb finds it mention in charak samhita as a rasayan. Rasayan is a thing that prevent aging and promote longevity. Extensively used herb in making ayurvedic medicines because of its miraculous actions. According to ayurvedic doctors regular usage of Amla will make you live more then 100 years like a youth. Amla is supposed to rejuvenateall the organ systems of the body, provide strength and wellness. It keeps us away from all the diseases by boosting our immune system.
Known as Emblica officinalis in biological terms and amlaki in Sanskrit language, is richest natural source of vitamin C. Amla possess five out of six rasa. Only lavan rasa is not present. It is sheet virya (cold potency) in nature. It also possesses guru (heavy), ruksh (dry) and sheet (cold) properties, which make it, work best on pitta disorders, although it helps in suppressing all the three aggravated doshas.
Amla has a medium sized tree, which ranges from 20 - 25 foot. It possesse…

Distance Learning Master of Tourism Management Course

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Distance Learning Master of Tourism Management Course

Professionals already associated with the tourism industry and students from any field of study can opt to pursue the master's course in tourism management through the distance learning method. Correspondence education is not only flexible but also cost effective and allows the person associated with the system to pursue another full time course or career. Let's take a look at the best distance learning institutes providing a master's degree in tourism management. 


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Master of Philosophy M Phil through Distance Learning

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Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) through Distance Learning



Universities Offering Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) through Distance LearningAlmost all cities in India have open universities or institutions that offer M.Phil through distance learning. The pioneer is Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). This university has study centers in almost every state in India. Each of these universities conduct their own admission or entrance examination. 



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Distance learning Phd

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Distance learning Phd course are becoming very popular in India. The fact that it is possible to pursue further specialization effectively without having to attend regular classes has changed the way people plan their professional career and further education.

Online doctoral studies from distance learning institutions have made it possible for academicians, top managers, businessmen, management leaders and other aspirants to continue with research and specialization at their own pace. These programs are administered by universities through latest technological methods therefore creating a regular class like situation where the students need not be physically present and yet can clarify doubts, discuss and debate on issues. Standard Eligibility Criteria for Distance Learning Phd Courses
Basic university defined eligibility criteria for admission to distance learning Phd courses is an average of 55 percent marks at the Masters or M Phil level from a recognized university. Some universit…

Ban Mata

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Ban Mata Ji, guardian goddess of Mewar, inter alia, the Mewari thikanas of Bansi, Amet, Kurabar, Kanor, Begum, and Salumbar.
The kuldevi for the Sisodiyas used to be Amba Mata. Then, when the Sisodiyas were at Chitor, the kuldevi became Kalika Mata. There is still a temple for her there now. Later, when the king conquered Gujarat, he demanded a Gujarati princess in marriage. That princess had always wanted to marry the Sisodiya king. She had even sent him a letter telling him that. Her kuldevi , Ban Mata, had determined to help her accomplish this aim. After the conquest, the marriage occurred. When the princess left for her new home, Ban Mata came with her in the form of a pendant. That is how Ban Mata left Girnar (though there is still a temple for her there) and came here.