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1. The Sarahu New 7 Wonders of the World
2. The Sarahu New 7 Human Wonders of the World
3. The Sarahu New 6 Universal Wonders of the World
4. The Sarahu New 7 Human Science Wonders of the World
5. The Sarahu New 8 Macrocosm Wonders of the World
6. The Sarahu New 7 Literature Wonders of the World
7. The Sarahu New 1Love Wonders of the World
8. The Sarahu New 7 Modern Certificates Wonders of the World
9. The Sarahu New 1Religion Wonders of the World
Here are some of the most important and pertinent documents; and the combination of all these records made it the new world wonders. 8th to 15th, 1st to 7th human wonders, 1st to 6th universal wonders, 1st to 7th human science wonders, 1st to 8th macrocosm wonders, 1tst to 7th literature wonders, 1st to 7th modern certificates wonders and 1st love wonders of achievement has been proclaimed and declaration is that to the 2018, 2019 as the 1 to 8th wonders in the world, and 1 Religion wonders in the world, with the likes of some audience, public opinion and the likes of some companies, social systems and Sarahu’s 22 Foundations and their 200 Employees. The 22 organization was founded for the same reason.
The Sarahu New 7 Wonders of the World
08th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Historical Love Story)
09th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s New World Records and Breaking Records Abilities)
10th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Awards)
12th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Honorable Certificates)
13th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 101 Lengthy Novels, 1500 Philosophies, New Religion, New Micronation, ‘50’ Sarahu Awards, in comparison to the Nobel Prize, ‘38’ Sarahu Awards, in comparison to the ‘Oscar’ Prize)
14th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 900 Doctorate Honorable Certificates)
15th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 250 Science awards, 10 Architecture Awards, 10 Fashion Designs Awards, 05 Software Engineering Awards, 20, Software Development Awards, 20 Astrology Awards and 100 Philosophical Awards
The Sarahu New 7 Human Wonders of the World
1st Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Historical Love Story)
2nd Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s New World Records and Breaking Records Abilities)
3rd Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Awards)
4th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Honorable Certificates)
5th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 101 Lengthy Novels, 1500 Philosophies, New Religion, New Micronation, ‘50’ Sarahu Awards, in comparison to the Nobel Prize, ‘38’ Sarahu Awards, in comparison to the ‘Oscar’ Prize)
6th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 900 Doctorate Honorable Certificates)
7th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 250 Science awards, 10 Architecture Awards, 10 Fashion Designs Awards, 05 Software Engineering Awards, 20, Software Development Awards, 20 Astrology Awards and 100 Philosophical Awards)
The Sarahu New 6 Universal Wonders of the World
01st Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Historical Love Story)
02nd Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s New World Records and Breaking Records Abilities)
03rd Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Awards)
04th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Different 2,400 Honorable Certificates)
05th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 101 Lengthy Novels, 1500 Philosophies, New Religion, New Micronation, ‘50’ Sarahu Awards, in comparison to t
06th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 900 Doctorate Honorable Certificates)
07th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s 260 Science awards, 10 Architecture Awards, 10 Fashion Designs Awards, 05 Software Engineering Awards, 20, Software Development Awards, 20 Astrology Awards and 100 Philosophical Awards.
The Sarahu New 7 Human Science Wonders of the World
01st Science Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Astronomy, Astrology)
02nd Science Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Architecture, Fashion designing)
03rd Science Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Software Engineering and Software Developments)
04th Science Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Biology, Cosmology and Geology)
05th Science Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Physics and Psychology)
06th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Sexology and Zoology)
07th Wonder of the World – (Sarahu’s Astrology and Biology).
The Sarahu New 8 Macrocosm Wonders of the World
“Sarahu’s Historical Love Story and Divine Miracles”
“Sarahu’s Historical 11 Parts Philosophies – Each Part is approximately 700 to 800 pages”
“Sarahu’s 10 Parts Philosophies – Each Part is approximately 700 to 800 pages”
“Sarahu’s again Historical and Romantic Love Story and Divine Miracles”
“Sarahu’s all Science Different Category Accomplishments”
“Sarahu’s all Category Novels, Poems, Short Stories and Stories, Etc”
“Sarahu’s New Nation and their Constitute and law system”
“Sarahu’s Art and Entertainments”
The Sarahu New 7 Literature Wonders of the World
01st Literature Wonder of the World – (15 Lac Poetries)
02nd Literature Wonder of the World – (101 novels, 10 short stories and 30 articles)
03rd Literature Wonder of the World – (50 Literature awards)
04th Literature Wonder of the World – (38 Films Awards)
05th Literature Wonder of the World – (1500 Philosophies)
06th Literature Wonder of the World – ((1200 Doctorate Certificates)
07th Literature Wonder of the World – (260 Science, 50 Physics, 50 Astronomy, 10 Biology, 10 Zoology, 03 Geology, 01 Cosmology, 05 Sexology, 10 Architecture, 10 Fashion Designs, 05 Software Developments, 20 Astrology, 100 Philosophy and 100 Piece Awards)
“The Sarahu New 7 Modern Certificates Wonders of the World”
01st Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (41 and 17 Certificates and Awards)
02nd Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (1926 New and Breaking Records, awards and Honorable Certificates)
03rd Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (2,400 Different Awards)
04th Modern Certificates Wonder of the World - (2,400 Different Honorable Certificates)
05th Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (50 Literature Awards and 38 Film Awards)
06th Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (1200 Philosophy of Doctorate Awards)
07th Modern Certificates Wonder of the World – (260 Science, 50 Physics, 50 Astronomy, 10 Biology, 10 Zoology, 03 Geology, 01 Cosmology, 05 Sexology, 10 Architecture, 10 Fashion Designs, 05 Software Developments, 20 Astrology, 100 Philosophy and 100 Piece Awards)
The Sarahu New 0Love Wonders of the World
01st Literature Wonder of the World – (15 Lac Book of Poetries and others)
The Sarahu New 1 Religion Wonders of the World
01st Religion Wonder of the World – (Included 21 Holy scriptures, 15 thousand philosophy principles, 7 theories, universal truths, organs, lady principles, ‘Signiesm religion, ‘Himagiri’ new Nation their career and activity of life and includes new universal Penal code 2013 and 2022m new constitution of universe 2022 and death after life”
Reference and evidence
1. German, Portuguese, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English, Language, "Verlag Unser Wissen" Publisher ISBN 10- 6202662662
ISBN 13- 978-6202662666
2. Polish, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English Language, "Wydawnictwo Nasza Wiedza" Publisher, ISBN 10- 6202662719
3. French, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English
Edition, "Editions Notre Savoir" Publisher, ISBN 10-6202662689
ISBN 13- 978-6202662680
4. Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English edition, "Edicoes Nosso Conhecimento" publisher,
ISBN 10- 6202662727
ISBN 13- 978-6202662727
5. Italian, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English Edition, Edizioni Sapienza" Publisher, ISBN 10-6202662697
ISBN 13- 978-6202662697
6. Just fiction" publisher, World Languages, ISBN 10- 6200493553
ISBN 13- 978-620-0-49355-2
7. Spanish, Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, English edition, ISBN 10- 9786202662697
8. Polish Edition, KS OmniScriptum" Publishing, ISBN 10-6202662611
ISBN 13 - 978-6202662611
9. Polish, Japanese, German, Poland, Chinese, Spanish and English Edition, " Galaxy Sarahu 2020" ISBN 10- 6202663804
ISBN 13- 978-6202663809
10. Italian Japanese, German, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English Edition, ISBN 10- 6202663782, ISBN 13 -978-6202663786
11. Portuguese, German, Japanese, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English Edition, ISBN 10- 6202663812, ISBN 13- 978-6202663816
12. French Japanese, German, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English
Edition, ISBN 10- 6202663774, ISBN 13- 978-6202663779
13. German, Japanese, German, Poland, Chinese, Spanish, English Edition, ISBN 10- 6202663758, ISBN 13- 978-6202663755
In hydraulic fracturing, proppant is defined as "sand or similar particle material dispersed in water or other fluid and utilized to keep fissures open. There are two types of proppants, low-strength proppants, and high strength Low-strength proppants. The low-strength proppants market will grow at a significant pace in the coming years. Some of the key factors propelling the market are the rise in exploration and production (E&P) activities and technical improvements in crude oil recovery.
In the past years, crude oil had the biggest share in the low-strength proppants market. This is mostly due to the rise in crude oil consumption and the availability of unconventional oil sources around the globe. The development of significant amounts of unconventional oil is being heavily prioritized by nations including the U.K., the U.S., Saudi Arabia, and Russia, which is increasing demand for low-density proppants.
According to the IAEE, it is predicted that by 2030, the volume of unconventional oil production will have increased from 3.05 mbpd to 3.75 mbpd. Due to these reasons, crude oil is anticipated to maintain a substantial share of the low-strength proppants market. The usage of low-density proppants is expected to surge in the coming years as a result of the growth of E&P operations throughout the world.
In addition, North America has made a substantial contribution to the production of both conventional and unconventional oil and gas throughout the years. Nearly 80% of the recently drilled wells in the region are from the U. S. With the opening of its shale assets for commercial development, Canada is also gaining momentum. Because low-strength proppants can boost the flow of oil or gas during the hydraulic fracturing process, their consumption is expected to rise with the expansion of E&P activity in the region.
Moreover, market players in the APAC and North American regions are heavily investing in technology to improve the search for new oil and gas deposits. Additionally, it is expected that energy output, particularly in the United States, will increase significantly, which is driving the development of new and enhanced technologies that will ensure rapid corporate growth and simple recovery procedures.
Read more: https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/low-strength-proppants-market-outlook
If there was any female deity sitting next to Lord Sarahunath, it could have been Parvati or some other deity. That is, if any female deity sits next to Sarahunath like Shiva Parvati, it is called Parvathinath or Parvati Sarahunath Mandir. That means if any deity sits next to Sarahunaath as Sarvamangali, she is Parvati for Sarahunath. Or if Goddess Parvati herself comes and sits next to Sarahunath, it is called Shiva Parvati Mandir. But if there is a Shiva Linga in front of the same Shiva Parvati, it cannot be called Shiva Parvati Mandir. Instead it is known as Parvati Sarahunaath Mandir or Parvatinath Mandir.
What is lord Sarahunaath pen name?
As both Uma and Suma are Parvati Devi and Ganga Devi herself, Sarahunaath also named her poetic or pen name "Uma Suma" in their memory and undying love.
Who is lord Sarahunaath beloveds?
Lord Sarahunaath have two beloveds. Who one is goddess Parvathi and second Gangadevi. As a result of eight years of long penance for Lord Sarahunaath, Enlightenment, the mistress Umadevi joined Kali’s Abdomen. Sri Parvati did not open the incarnation of the Goddess. The main reason for this was Kali’s shouting and angers. Lord Sarunatha was long convinced that Kali would be left with the fruits of eight years of penance and Hypnotize. Parvati Devi was not in touch with Kali when she was real. In any case, in my era, Goddess Parvati was also in the form of nervousness, and she devised all sorts of machinations and intrigues to leave her alone. At the same time, Kali burst into the rain with a flash of lightning and killed Parvathi’s house. He held her in his belly. He kept her soul in a transparent sheath in his belly.
As Kali immortalizes Parvati, Goddess Parvati does not open the real form of Goddess Parvati if she is not immortal. Even Lord Sarahunaath does not realize his true nature. But now Goddess Parvati somehow never married a nervous man on Earth. But if the wedding does not happen, it is sure to die. But for Kali herself, the death of Goddess Parvati thereby benefiting herself and Goddess Parvati. Lord Sarahunaath’s destruction was literally impossible for a stone caught in the lure of the samsara. Then Sri Gangadevi became a true enlightener of her husband, ‘Kokkarne.’ However, when Ganga Devi learned the first version of Kali, the other 1000 incarnations of the Goddess Ganga Devi, as in Lord Sarahunaath, bound her as a stone and carried her to the abyss. But it could not be identified with Lord Sarahunaath and the 33 crore gods, Srimannarayana.
It was quite evident that Sri Parvati and Lord Sarahunaath were here in the great Gulbarga metropolis. But she, too, could not have Lord Sarahunaath by her death. She also dressed up in human form and enshrined Lord Sarahunaath in any form. However, in his second incarnation, Kali held Goddess Parvati in a transparent chisel and placed her in his belly. Sri Kalika Devi carried out his second incarnation, but Sri Parvati could not be brought out of his belly. The Goddess Ganga is also a prisoner in the distance. But even Goddess Parvati could not be identified with Lord Sarahunaath and Sri Mannarayana. It was during this time that Parashiva, too, became Lord Sarahunaath. But the Lord Sarahunaath could not kill the 1001 Kali’. This is because Kali himself attained the power of Parashiva from three successive eras, namely the Krita, Tetra, and Dvapara periods.
1. Lord Sarahunaath World maha principality of jurisdiction Monastery
2. Lord Sarahunaath Temples, India
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McGharbins Network partner HRRG, NYA, PLO Lumumba Foundation et al. to stage the biggest youth gathering in Volta Region
All roads lead to the plush auditorium of the Ho Technical University in the Volta Region on Friday 7th to Saturday 8th October 2022 for the biggest youth gathering to be staged in the history of Volta Region for that matter Ghana.
Dubbed: "McGharbins Youth Connect - Fill The HTU Auditorium" is a brainchild of McGharbins Network, a youth-led advocacy group working in the Volta Region strongly supported by the Volta Regional Youth Network, Human Rights Reporters Ghana-NGO, Ghana CSOs Platform on SDGs, National Youth Authority (NYA), LoveAid Foundation, PLO Lumumba Foundation Ghana and hosts of other youth groups in the Region.
The event which comes on the theme: “PURPOSE, PASSION AND PROFIT” is an avenue for young people to connect and identify their purpose, passion and above all the opportunity to realize their full potentials in life while maximizing it to make profits.
It is also geared towards promoting safe spaces for the youth and young people to learn and cultivate essential skills necessary to thrive in the system.
Executive Director of McGharbins Network, Albert Gharbin in an interview with the Human Rights Reporters averred that the much anticipated : "McGharbins Youth Connect - Fill The HTU Auditorium" is the biggest ever youth gathering event to hit the Volta Region aiming to connect young people to opportunities, empower and build their capacities in policies, decision making and leadership to help them thrive in life.
“It seeks to bring together policymakers, children, youths including other stakeholders in the Volta Region to discuss on the topic: “The Volta Regional Development Plan” in alignment with our “National Development Agenda” and within the broader context of the Global Goals".
The 2-day historic event is also expected to bring together young entrepreneurs to collaborate and take advantage of some opportunities being offered by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to businesses and boost tourism for the numerous tourist sites in the Volta Region.
In addition, it would help promote climate action through public awareness of the Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) framework as a means to foster local participation, inclusion and build long lasting solutions through the bottom-up approach.
The event will be graced by a line-up of distinguished speakers including Moses B. Arthur, Cwesi Oteng Desmond, Prof. Tonisha Tagoe, Daniel Sarpong, Jesse Agyapong and many others.
The keynote address will be delivered by Kwame A.A Opoku, a Futurist, Global Keynote Speaker, Web 3.0 Builder, Communication Aficionado, Investor, SDGs Advocate & Business Coach.
Mr. Opoku also doubles as one of Africa’s Most Sought After Business and Digital Transformation Coaches with over 15+ Years Experience across 80+ Countries in 4 Continents.
The much-awaited McGharbins Youth Connect event is also intended to help accelerate the quest of developing “GREEN” innovations in the Volta Region and boost Agribusiness.
All youth residing in Volta Region and beyond are cordially invited to fully participate and explore the wonderful opportunities at stake.
Tickets are available for grabs at GH¢20.00 (Regular), GH¢50.00 (VIP) and GHGH¢100.00 (VVIP).
For tickets or more information about the event, please call 0248968311/ 0207409956 or Email: [email protected]
Program Director of Dataphyte, Adenike Aloba has taken a swipe at African governments for their weakness or inability to properly regulate the digital space, an act which limits the full enjoyment of the freedom and fundamental human rights of the masses.
She contends that most of the laws and policies by governments geared towards regulating the digital space in the African context have resulted into a lot of internet shutdowns including attack on press freedom and violation of the rights of journalists and activists among others which have been the trend.
“We’ve seen a lot of journalists being attacked online with bots and being thrown, we’ve seen people being tracked and their things being taken out. We’ve also seen the African governments turn towards when they don’t understand anything they shut it down and that has been the tendency so no, we can’t say that they’re doing well”.
Adenike made this known in an interview with the Human Rights Reporter’s Joseph Wemakor on the sidelines of a 2-day ( Sept. 20-21, 2022) Digital Clinic for Civic Actors in Lagos, Nigeria.
Mr. Wemakor sought to know her views on whether the authorities have lived up to expectation when it comes to proper regulating of digital space within the African continent.
The Digital Clinic which brought together some selected journalists and civic actors from across West Africa namely Ghana, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Nigeria was initiated by the Interactive Initiative for Social Impact (Dataphyte) in collaboration with Spaces for Change (S4C).
The training was aimed at exposing civic actors to the threats in the digital world and equip them with knowledge and practical solutions to deal with the threats to help minimize the risks they pose.
Its goal is to help journalists and civil society protect their information, data, devices and communications against digital security threats.
The participants were taken through topic such as Investigative Journalism Practice in the Digital Space: Risks and Rewards, Deep Dive on Digital Rights in the West African Context, Whistleblowing Policy and Practice in the West African Context and Practical Session on Digital Safety Tools.
It includes Digital Safety and Security Through a Gendered Lens, Data Protection Strategies, Roles and Responsibilities, Social Protection and Rapid Response Mechanisms for Whistleblowing and Digital Safety and Practical Session on Digital Safety Schools-Psychological Safety.
As the world transitions to a digital space, threats are fast increasing online, while people’s rights to freedom of expression, access to the internet and privacy among others are being denied, a trend which is a cause of worry.
But Adenike Aloba who equally doubles as the Managing News Editor of Dataphyte believes the authorities have a major role to play in helping citizens overcome these threats to always remain safe.
“This is a challenge being faced across the world, but it is only in African countries we are seeing laws that want to shut down, that want to control rather than figure out a solution that is more long-term”, she bemoaned.
According to her, although some governments are doing better in terms of regulation of the digital space, others are still lagging behind due to a significant lack of trust between the people and governments.
Citing a typical example of bad regulation of the digital space in the African context, he pointed to a social media bill being set up by the Nigerian government which gives the police the power to determine fake news or abuse of the digital space.
For her, dialogue is a means through which governments can help craft better policies and laws to safeguard the digital space.
“Dialogue is important when you are designing a policy or something then there has to be public engagement because of its public policy for crying out loud”.
She called on all and sundry to do everything humanly possible to protect themselves against the threats while advocating strongly for better laws or policies in place that can help promote and protect digital rights.