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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Safari details for season 2016 - 17

The Tourism Rules for season 2016 - 17 has been notified by Madhya Pradesh forest department through MP Online.
2)      Here onwards, there will be no more differential rates for Indian & Foreign Tourists in all Parks of MP
3)      The Park Entry Fees will be Rs. 1500/- Per Permit (the increase is approx 10%)
4)      Premium Zone Concept abolished, No more Premium Zones in Kanha & Bandhavgarh.
5)      Single Seat introduced with 10% Quota from On-line Tickets & in Current Bookings.
6)      Premium Ticket Concept is scarped.
7)      Add-On Facility will be continued with following changes ...
·         In the Original Ticket, Minimum 2 tourist names are must with the photo ID number.
·         Now, We will pay Only Rs. 1500/- as One time Charge for this Add-On facility (not per add-on of guest)
·         We can add maximum 4 Guest through this add-on facility.
·         Only One Time Edit, will be possible.

8)      Wait Listed Ticket Concept: 25% of the Day’s Ticket Quota, will be issued as Wait-Listed Tickets, such tickets will be automatically stands cancelled, if not confirmed before 6 days of date of travel.

9)      Any photo ID of the tourist will be acceptable at the gate for verification.

10)   Guide Charges will be Rs. 360/- Per Round from the coming season

11)   No entry fee for children up to 5 years of age, Half Entry Fee for Children between 5-12 yrs in single permit

12)   In all tiger reserves of MP, the date of tiger census will be declared well in advance to avoid any inconvenience to the tourist.

Enjoy your holiday with Tigers in national parks of Madhya Pradesh

Friday, April 15, 2016

Depection of Mother Goddess as Mother Earth in Hindu religion

सनातन हिन्दू धर्मानुसार माँ के ३ मुख्य स्वरूप दिखाए जाते है, अगर हम ये माने की माँ यहाँ पर पृथ्वी माँ है तथा बताये गए स्वरूपों को समझने की कोशिश करें तो हमारे समझ में आयेगा की हमारे पूर्वज कितना सही सोचते थे.

In Hinduism we are given 3 major portrayal of mother goddess. If we take mother goddess as Mother earth and correlate all three with what is happening around, we see a lot of similarity in the way our ancestors have described mother. If we try to interpret what they actually wanted to say it looks like -

देवी अन्नपूर्णा – हमारी हरेक मनोकामना पुरी करती थी, हरे रंग की साड़ी पहने हुए दिखाई जाती है, शांत स्वरूप – कितना सही है, जब पृथ्वी देवी पूर्ण रूप से वनों से आच्छादित थी हरेक जीव को सब कुछ मिल जाता था, न खाने की फिकर न काम की.

Devi Annapurna – Pleasing green attire, always ready to provide what any living being requested for. No one had to work as all your demands are fulfilled. How true it is, when mother earth was covered with greenery / forests we had everything we wanted.

देवी दुर्गा – लाल वस्त्र धारण करती है, भक्तो को केवल माँगने से नहीं वरन तप (कर्म) करने से फल प्राप्त होता है. जब पृथ्वी माता के हरे वस्त्रो ने लाल मिट्टी का रूप ले लिया हमें खेती व अन्य कार्य करने पड़ते है कुछ भी प्राप्त करने हेतु.

Devi Durga – Red attire, riding on tiger, living being had to do ‘Tapa’ i.e. work for getting anything, to fulfil its demand. When we started destroying forests, started cultivation on earth everything changed. Now we had to work hard to get what we wanted, to fulfil our desire. When seen from the top it looks like mother earth is wearing a red attire (agricultural fields).

देवी काली – कोई वस्त्र धारण नहीं करती, नर मुंड की माला ही उनका वस्त्राभूषण है, रक्त पान करते हुए चित्रित किया जाता है. जब हम जंगलो को पूरा ख़त्म कर देंगे तब हमें यह स्वरूप देखने को मिलेगा. काला स्वरूप – प्रदूषण के कारण हवा, जल, नभ सब काले,  संपूर्ण संसार में सब तरफ नर मुंड पड़े होंगे पृथ्वी माँ के श्रृंगार के रूप में.

Devi Kaali – Is depicted as black coloured, without any cloths on except bones and skulls as her adornments, drinking blood from a skull. When we finish all forests, pollution level goes up, everything including air and water will turn black due to pollutants. We will find skulls and bones of dead lying around everywhere on earth.

The three depictions above are very clear and tell us importance of saving our forests and conservation.