Thursday, May 12, 2016

Artificial Waterfall of HAL Aerospace Museum Bangalore for Relaxation (1...

Watch out video of artificial waterfall of HAL Aerospace Museum Bangalore  for relaxation and deep meditation.

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum is the first of its kind in India was established in the year 2001 at HAL Airport Road about 10 kilometres from Bangalore city railway station. The Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum is spread over 4 acres of lush green land.

This Museum showcases the growth of the Indian aviation industry and HAL for six decades.

Back in the 1940s, Bangalore was one of the important centres which serviced and repaired the aircraft of the allied forces engaged in World War II. Visitors can trace aviation history through photographs, special stamps, and models of aircraft and even space vehicles.

Going through the displays, aviation enthusiasts and students get an insight into the technologies of aircraft manufacturing and maintenance as they have evolved over the last 60 years. One can see the aircraft designed, developed and built by HAL, as well as those produced under licence for the Indian Air Force.

HAL Aerospace Museum is managed and maintained by HAL, one of the leading Aerospace companies in Asia. The museum houses displays a range of aircraft as well as helicopters, aircraft engine models, flight simulators, a mock air traffic control tower in addition to exhibit of Indian aviation history.

There are two major halls, one displaying the photographs that chart the growth of aviation in each decade from 1940 till date.

The second hall displays motorized cross section of models of aero engines, highlighting various functions of the engines.

In the museum, you can learn about how India has developed it capacity to launch rockets to space. 

Apart from this, an Orchidarium, Herbal Garden, Children’s Play Area, a Souvenir shop and a sustainability development park are the added attractions in the Museum.

Address : HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum, Varthur Road, Bangalore. HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum is located at a distance of about 5 kilometers from Domlur Flyover towards old Airport road. 

Entry Timings : Open on all weekdays between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. All Mondays and National Holidays closed.

Tickets : Entry charge is Rupee 30, still camera charge is Rupee 10, video camera charge is Rupee 50.

Note :
  • 1) It was in 1940 that Seth Walchand Hirachand took the first step towards setting up what is today the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. 
  • 2) HAL is the wings of India, with a firm commitment towards attaining total capability in air borne defence and diversifying in the related areas. 
  • 3) One can have an exhilarating flying experience in the modern flight simulators at the centre. Also you get eye view of the landing and take-off of numerous aircrafts from ATC Tower mock-up located at the roof top.
  • 4) Entry is by tickets and students are charged at a confessional rate.
Benefits of Natural Sounds 
  • • It helps to enhanced memories and capabilities of human brain.
  • • It helps in headache and these sounds can be useful in depression too.
  • • The sound of waterfall can improve our concentrations too.
This video is beneficial for nature lover who want to feel magic of natural sounds in their living room. Just play this video with your 32 inch or upward HD LED TV with surrounding sound system and feel natural sound in your room during sleeping or meditation.

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Athirapally Waterfalls (Kerala, India)

Athirappilly Falls is situated in Athirappilly panchayath, Chalakudy Taluk in of Thrissur district, Kerala on the southwest coast of India. 

Athirappilly Falls is the largest waterfall in Kerala and is nicknamed "The Niagara of India". 

At Athirappilly Falls, the water surges around big rocks and cascades down in three separate plumes. Below the falls, the river remains turbulent for about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) until it reaches Kannamkuzhi.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

HISTORIC WEDNESDAY: 'Mangalyaan' enters Martian orbit; ISRO makes space ...

ISRO's Mars Orbiter Insertion is a resounding success, making India the first country to be successful on its maiden Mars mission. The success of the Mars Orbiter Mission will boost India's five-decade-old space programme. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated ISRO's scientists and addressed the country on the historic ocassion.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Achievement of Ancient India

Achievement of Ancient India
  • India was the only source of diamonds until 1896.
  • The Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine is the oldest medicine system in the world.
  • The world's first university was established in India.
  • The Indian constitution is the largest written constitution in the world, with 395 articles and 8 schedules.
  • Chess, Algebra, Trignometry and Calculus are developed by India.
  • The "Place Value" and "Decimal Value" systems were developed in India.
  • Navigation systems were developed in India.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Shivanasamudra Kaveri Falls on Winter (1080p HD)

The Shivanasamudra Waterfalls is on Kaveri River after the river has wound its way through the rocks and ravines of the Deccan Plateau and drops off to form waterfalls. The island town of Shivanasamudra divides the river into twin waterfalls. This creates the fourth largest island in the rivers course. It has an average width of 305 meters, a height of 98 m, and an average volume of 934 cubic meters / sec. This waterfall is 139 km from the city of Bangalore. The time of best flow is the monsoon season (July to October) of Indian Regional Area.

This video can be useful for the Indian or foreigner tourists for knowing natural site of India.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

India's air powered motorbike

A group of Indian engineering students has invented a unique pollution free bike which runs on air pressure and does not emit carbon in the atmosphere.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Milk Urea Detection Kit for On-Site Testing of Milk ~ Dr Gulshan Narang (Hindi) (720p HD)

Watch out brief demonstration of Urea Kit for On-Site Testing of adulterated milk by Dr Gulshan Narang (D.I.O, Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology, LLR UVAS) carried out at Toxicological D. I. Lab of Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology Department of LLR UVAS Hisar.

To get more profits, some milkman prepared synthetic milk which is very cheap and sold at the rate of natural milk. Synthetic milk consists of vegetable fat, detergent powder and urea mixed in water containing salt. This milk is similar to natural milk in colour, fat content, smell, taste and specific gravity. Around 1.0 percent urea is added to make up normal protein levels of the synthetic milk.

Consumption of synthetic milk or its product like urea can damages liver, heart and kidneys and also causes swelling of limbs and impaired vision.

There was a need for rapid tests for the detection of urea in the milk to prevent the adverse health hazards to common man.

Dr Gulshan Narang and Dr R. S. Khokhar of the Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology, CoVS, LLR UVAS has developed a field spot test to detect urea in milk.

The principle of test is that urea reacts with the indicator giving a colored reaction which can be visualized within a minute.

Usually 0.9 to 1.0 percent urea is added for making synthetic milk. Urea is added to make the protein content and increasing the SNF content of the milk. Without addition of urea the protein levels of the milk can not be achieved.


  • Put a drop of indicator solution A on the filter paper and let it absorb.
  • Put a drop of the test milk sample on the indicator drop.

If our test milk develop immediately yellow colour around the milk drop, it means our simple is mixed with Urea. That sample is contaminated with the Urea.

The Milk Urea Detection Kit is easily available for common man at Kisan Seva Kendra, HAU CCS Gate No.4 (Hisar, Haryana)

If any Person wants to initiate the commercial production of Urea Kit, He can Contact Dr N. K. Kakker of Business Planning and Development (Veterinary Products) Unit of LLR UVAS, Hisar for getting license of this kit for specific period of years.

The business person can improved the urea kit by providing other solution for detecting soda, starch and detergents in the milk sample.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

First ever integrated Solar Power Tile launched in Kochi, Kerala (India)

The Amrita Centre for Nanosciences has come out with what is billed as the world's first integrated solar power storage tile using super capacitor.

It has been named 'Amrita Smart' and was launched at the International Conference, NanoSolar 2012, organised by the Amrita Centre for Nanosciences at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences.

The product has been developed at the Amrita Centre by its team of 40 researchers headed by Shanti Nair and Vinod Gopal.

Amrita Smart is a combination device of a solar cell and a battery that can be used to power devices even at night. The patented concept uses special electronics to integrate the solar cell with the storage device. The products are capable of charging a laptop or a mobile phone and their use can be extended for building integrated solar storage and usage (home use) at night without the need for expensive battery systems. These solar modules, when exposed to sun for four hours, can later charge the laptops and mobile phones in two hours and can have seven days' storage capacity. The product would weigh 200 grams and is expected to be marketed in one to two years. Shanti Nair said that energy generation and storage must go hand in hand.

"The development of the solar storage tile is a milestone in nanosolar aided research and in the field of renewable energy sector," said Shanti Nair.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

10 Greatest Achievements of Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar, treated as ‘God of Cricket’ has finally announced his retirement from ODI cricket, leaving records which nobody in the present time can even think to replace. Sachin Tendulkar played 463 ODIs, in which he scored 18,426 runs with 49 centuries and 96 half-centuries, all of them world records. Seeing the records of numbers of half centuries and centuries made in this format, the legend has truly made a statement for those who criticized him that he plays only for the records.

Sachin Tendulkar, the first man on planet to make a one-day double-hundred, retired by giving a statement: “I have decided to retire from the One Day format of the game. I feel blessed to have fulfilled the dream of being part of a World Cup wining Indian team. The preparatory process to defend the World Cup in 2015 should begin early and in right earnest. I would like to wish the team all the very best for the future. I am eternally grateful to all my well wishers for their unconditional support and love over the years.”

10 Greatest Achievements of  Sachin Tendulkar :
  • First player to score over 100 innings of 50+ runs. 
  •  Most Man of the Match awards : 62 
  • Most Man of the Series awards : 15 
  • Most Centuries in a calendar year : 9 ODI centuries in 1998
  • Sachin Tendulkar has played on 96 different grounds – most by any player. 
  • First player to complete the all-round treble of 10000 runs, 100 wickets and 100 catches. 
  • He has played ODIs with 866 players (teammates and opponents) – most for any player in ODI history. 
  • The only Indian to score a century on ODI captaincy debut. 
  • 24.50% of all the hundreds scored by all Indian batsmen have come from Sachin Tendulkar’s bat. 
  • Tendulkar top-scored for India on 129 occasions – most such occasions for any player in ODIs.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

India successfully tests submarine based ballistic missile system

This makes India now capable of launching nuclear arms from land, air and sea.

बेहद मुश्किल है कमांडो ट्रेनिंग

कमांडो बनने के लिए शारीरिक रूप से ही मजबूत होना पर्याप्त नहीं है बल्कि आपको मानसिक रूप से भी मजबूत होना होता है।

Saturday, September 15, 2012

India's 100th Space Mission launched successfully with a PSLV-C21 Rocket

India's 100th Space Mission was launched on 9th September 2012 with a PSLV-C21 rocket's successful lift-off. The first mission took place in 1975 with the launch of the first satellite - Aryabhata.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Sindoora Saraswati (15 year old) from Bangalore made a Bio-Pesticide with Five Plant Extracts.

Sindoora Saraswati (15 year old) from Puttur near Bangalore has made a bio-pesticide with five plant extracts, which was a highlight of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in the US.

Shouryya Ray (16 Year Old Indian) from Germany has cracked Newton's Puzzle (350 Years Old Puzzle)

Shouryya Ray, a 16 year old schoolboy of Indian origin from Germany has managed to crack Newton's puzzle that baffled the world of math for more than 350 years. 

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Patna prodigy, now IIT Prof, talks to NDTV

Patna prodigy Tathagat Sharma was the youngest to do his matriculation at the age of 9. Now, at the age of 22, he has joined India's premier engineering institute, IIT Bombay, as Assistant Professor.

Monday, April 23, 2012

India is ready to develop Advanced Seekers for Tactical Missiles

Imagine a war scenario in which miniaturized missiles equipped with Precision-Guided Munitions (PGMs) are unleashed from a mother missile to take out select enemy targets like an ammunition depot while avoiding collateral damage. 

A mother missile acts as a “force multiplier” and to achieve the desired result, each miniaturized missile will have a seeker to ensure its independent motion, irrespective of the mother missile's motion. 

Seekers, which are of two types — radio-frequency and infra-red, enable a missile to acquire, track and home in on to the target. They are required for all tactical missiles (less than 300 km range).

Scientists at the Research Centre Imarat (RCI), a key laboratory of Defence Research and Development Organization’s (DRDO) missile complex here, have embarked on developing such seekers to eventually equip mother missiles with smaller missiles packed with PGMs. 

The mandate of the RCI is to deliver avionic systems for all missiles, including anti-ballistic systems and anti-aircraft missiles. 

In a bid to conduct trials without using the mother missile, a Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV) has been imported to be used as a Technology Demonstrator for the project. A flight trial was conducted at the Integrated Test Range using the RPV along with a recoverable tow body by providing the vehicle the same velocity of a mother missile.

“Good results were obtained from that exercise,” said by RCI Director S.K. Chaudhuri. More such trials would be carried out in stages to check the guidance, control and inertial navigation systems. 

By the end of 2013, a crucial trial of the RPV with missile-launched PGMs to hit a target with both IIR (Imaging infrared) and mmW (Millimteric Wave) seekers was being planned. Later, a flight test with a mother missile would be conducted, he said.

Another frontier technology area in which scientists have begun work is to design and develop ‘Low Probability of Intercept Radar Seeker' to equip anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles. 

"This seeker will enable the missile to escape detection and jamming by enemy radars. Currently, Russia and the U.S. have such seekers", a senior RCI scientist said.

A few months ago, a major success was achieved when anti-tank Nag missile was flight-tested with an indigenously-developed mmW seeker.

Shining Growth of Indian People in Global Markets

There is more to India than just its over-emphasized status of being the most populous democracy in the world. Random economic facts like India being the largest producer of milk, the largest consumer of sugar and spices as also the largest consumer of gold till last year, crop up now and then. But there have been achievements in the last few years which have put India on the world map. Over the last couple of years, India has been seen stamping its presence in the league of global leaders by the strength of its economic power. Consider these facts :
  • The Tata Group is the largest manufacturing employer in the UK.
  •  Ireland’s richest person - Pallonji Mistry - is an Indian.
  •  Coal India is the single largest coal producer in the world.
  •  India is the largest whisky manufacturer in the world.
  •  The Taj Group is the largest chain of hotels in Asia.

 Despite a generous trickle of negative news, the list of these positives is also getting bigger. Household brand names such as Citigroup, Pepsi and Motorola are associated with an Indian CEO. Clearly, India has moved on from being a nation of snake charmers and appears to be on its way to become an economic power. The list includes, Nano, the cheapest car in the world from Tata Motors; Aakash, the cheapest tablet PC in the world, priced at $46; and other cheap tablet PC initiatives by private companies. Indian banks have only 2% bad loans versus 20% in China. In the mid-90s, on a representation made by Indian exporters, the government had removed the mandatory use of the ‘Made in India’ tag from goods exported. The law still exists on paper. Ostensibly, Indian exporters were embarrassed of using it then. But, today, no one is shying away from using the tag. Parachute is the world’s largest coconut oil brand. Bangalore has more Grade-A offices than Singapore. India is the largest diamond cutting and polishing centre in the world. Parle-G is the world’s largest selling biscuit brand. KEC is global leader in tower production capacity.

India has successfully tested First ICBM Missile Agni-V (5000 Km)

After the mischief played by weather gods a day earlier, the god of fire or ‘Agni’ came into his own on Thursday morning to hurl a potent fireball more than halfway across the Indian Ocean at over 20 times the speed of sound. India heralded a new era in its “credible” strategic deterrence capability by testing its most ambitious nuclear missile “the over 5,000-km range Agni-V” that brings all of China and much more within its strike envelope. With the launch of the 50-tonne missile from the Wheeler Island off Odisha coast at 8.07 am, and its 20-minute flight to an “impact point towards western Australia’’, India also yanked open the door to the super-exclusive ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) club that counts only the US, Russia, China, France and the UK as its members. India can, however, can sit at this high table only when Agni-V becomes fully operational after “four to five repeatable tests’’ and user-trials. It will be around 2015 that the three stage, solid-fuelled missile will be ready for deployment by the tri-service strategic forces command. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and defence minister A K Antony congratulated the scientists for “doing us proud”. India, with a declared “no first-use’’ nuclear doctrine, could have gone in for a much higher range ICBM, say top officials. But Agni-V, with its “very short reaction time as well as very high mobility for requisite operational flexibility’’, takes care of “current threat perceptions.”

After testing the over 5,000km Agni-V missile, which went up to 600km into space during its parabolic trajectory, the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) now feels it can fashion deadly anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons in double quick time. The ASAT weapon would include marrying Agni-V’s propulsion system with the “kill vehicle” of the under-development two-tier BMD (ballistic missile defence) system that has been tested a few times to track and destroy hostile missiles both inside (endo) and outside (exo) the earth’s atmosphere. 

China’s strategic experts and official media on Friday said the Agni V missile has a longer range than India admits, and the nuclear-capable projectile can hit cities in Europe. “The Indian missile has a range of 8,000km and not 5,000km as claimed by India,” said an expert Du Wenlong, adding that the Indian government had deliberately downplayed the missile’s capability to avoid causing concern to other countries. Wenlong, an expert at the PLA Academy of Military Sciences, was not alone. Zhang Zhaozhang, professor with PLA National Defence University, too, was quoted by the paper, Global Times, as saying, “According to China’s standard, an ICBM should have a range of at least 8,000km. The Agni-V’s range could be further enhanced to become an ICBM.” There were also signs that China will try to pressure the US and Russia into not selling their missile guidance systems to India.

Saturday, March 31, 2012

India will become World’s Largest Economy by 2050

India will outpace China to become the world’s largest economy by 2050, boasting a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $86 trillion, forecasts a report by global property firm Knight Frank and Citi Private Bank. Leading the elephant’s charge will be Mumbai and New Delhi, which will feature in the list of top 20 cities globally within the next ten years. “China will overtake the US to become the world’s largest economy by 2020, which in turn will be overtaken by India in 2050. The Indian economy will reach a size of $85.97 trillion in terms of purchasing power parity by 2050 while the Chinese GDP would be $80.02 trillion during the same period,’’ said the report. The US—currently the world’s largest economy—is expected to have a GDP of $39.07 trillion by 2050. In terms of growth from 2010-2050, India would be the second fastest, with its economy growing at a rate of 8% annually during the period after Nigeria which will grow at 8.5%.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

3D Model: India DRDO Agni-v ICBM

Delhi IGI Airport ranked Second-Best Airport in World for 2011 by ACI

Delhi’s IGI airport has been ranked the second-best airport in the world for 2011 by the Airports Council International. The airport scored this distinction in the category of airports with 25-40 million passengers per annum. Last year, it had been ranked fourth in the same category. The airport scored 4.72 of a possible 5 in the airport service quality index, coming 6th in the overall airport ranking for 2011. This is a massive jump for the airport which, before privatization in 2007, had scored 3.02 on the ASQ and did not manage a rank in the top 100. Delhi International Airport (P) Ltd (DIAL) commended the efforts of agencies such as customs, immigration, CISF, airlines, concessionaires, housekeeping and other support staff for contributing to the image make-over for the airport. IGI airport handled a record number of 35 million passengers in 2011. The airport has an annual passenger capacity of over 60 million of which terminal 3 can alone handle 34 million passengers. The airport also handled over 6 lakh tonnes of cargo and over 3 lakh aircraft movements in 2011. Airports Council International is the only global trade representative of airports with 580 members operating from 1,650 airports in 179 countries and territories.

The airports of Delhi and Hyderabad have been ranked among the top airports of the world in the airport services quality (ASQ) by the global body, Airports Council International (ACI).

While the Indian airports ranked among the top in different categories, the ACI declared Incheon in Seoul, Changi in Singapore, airports in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai Pudong as the overall top ‘best airports worldwide’.

The rankings were done on the basis of a global ASQ survey by the ACI of 153 airports, including 6 Indian ones.

The survey, which gets a representative sample of flights, destinations and passenger groups served by the airport, is intended to get feedback from users on a range of service delivery parameters. ACI audits the process to ensure compliance and validates the results.

The awards will be formally presented in April at the ACI’s Asia-Pacific Regional Conference to be held here.
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