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Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary: is situated on the Foothills of Himalayas Bordering Indo-Bhutan in the north and in the Udalguri District and Baksa District of Assam.
The sanctuary is 6 km west to Suklai, U.T Road, Udalguri, Assam and is a 26.22-square-Km (10.12 sq. Mi) wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary is named after the River Bornadi, which flows on the western border of the sanctuary. It is 6 Km from Suklai, 30 km from Tangla Town, 70 km from Mangaldai, 130 km from Tezpur, 150 km from LGBI Airport, Guwahati.
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary was affirmed a wildlife sanctuary in 1980 by the government of Assam particularly for the safety of the Hispid Hare and World's rarest smallest wild pig Pigmy Hog. The main attraction of the Sanctuary are Asiatic Elephant, capped Langur, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, Bison, Porcupine, Pangolin. And if u are lucky u may see Tiger, leopard, fox, barking deer etc. If you are a bird watcher and love to watch birds, you will be absolutely delighted to find a wide no. Of two winged inhabitants of this forest including Peafowl, Hornbill, swamp partridge, Bengal florican, kingfisher, woodpecker and so on.
The climatic condition of the area is warm. Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of those National parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Assam for which Assam is so famous and is constitute of the major portion of the Assam tourism. The Sanctuary is considered as one the important protected areas in Asssam for protection of primate diversity.
Best season to Visit:- From November to April
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My life story
My self sazid Ahmed laskar I am from village krishnapur
P. O -krishnapur pinno-788025 district cachar state Assam
I am college student I am reading class 1st sem
My college name West silchar college borjatrapur
My father name is Abdul mollik Laskar
And my mother name is sultana laskar my hovis are play cricket & my eaim in life I don't know
WE WANT JUSTICE FOR MANISHA VALMIKI
Through the columns of your highly esteemed daily and widely circulated site I would like to appeal to the citizen of this country to step forward and join together to give justice to Manisha Valmiki and hang the rapists.
Manisha Valmiki a village dalit girl from Hathras,Uttar Pradesh was brutally gang raped by 4 person of the upper caste in Hathras. After the incident she admitted to a Hospital in Delhi where she battled with her life for 15 days and at last she succumbed to death on 29th September 2020.
The crime of Rape is a major problem in India.
The accused has usually gone free either the victim did not file a complaint or because of poor evidence collection.I would like to enlighten the Data that as per the NCRB statistics, every 16 minutes, a woman is raped somewhere in India, and every four minutes woman experiences cruelty at the hands of her in-laws. In 2019, the country had recorded 88 rape cases every day. Of the total 32,033 reported rape cases in the year, 11% were from the Dalit community.
The other countries have brutal punishments for commiting such crimes whereas India has none.The government wants investigation so that the case subsides.We are hoping that this case proceed real fast towards justice.
You are requested to add a few lines in your esteemed organization.
My real story
Written by----------------Jitendra Singh Rajput
Today I telling you about my life story .my sister Peru help me when I had difficulties.
Today I am telling you such a real life story. If you learn in your own life, then you can become successful.
Going to tell the story of a lady named peru
Peru is a 33-year-old married woman.
The fatherly daughter of the parents was married by the compulsions of the house. Peru was a woman with ambitions
Even after getting married, her dreams did not stop.
Peru's husband was an unemployed and a small laborer. The father was also addicted to alcohol.
Peru is a kind and supportive woman.
Peru has improved the lives of many people and made them successful by taking them well.
But Peru's life is very complicated.
The husband's alcohol habit and the household should take full responsibility of him, in addition to doing something good about others.
Peru found a stray boy who was troubled by his own failure.
Peru saw it and realized that its life had to be improved.
The boy was about to be some badass and keep away from society.
The boy spread to 11, so his future was drowned.
Peru called the boy to him and understood his problem and decided that this boy's life would not be spoiled.
Peru met the old teachers from his village and got the boy passed. He brought the boy's certificate. Peru does not have the money to get the certificate, but get the certificate out of its own savings.
Now the boy became very happy. His sleeping hope awoke back.
The boy got enrolled in school.
Now the boy started going to school, his life became his own.
If the boy had no sister, he considered Peru as his elder sister and Peru also considered him as younger brother. Both of them had a lot of love.
She kept the boy with Peru and taught her.
If the boy was a crook, the householder did not like it. Peru would always teach the boy good things, what would the world tell him about it.
Peru kept teaching the boy.
Waking up at 2 o'clock at night and making tea for him and staying awake till he studies.
But if the boy was a bully, the family complained to Peru.
Peru does not like that anyone says anything wrong about her brother.
Peru angrily beat the boy, but the boy would listen to Peru and fear Peru.
The boy does not do any work without Peru agreeing to Peru.
The boy was used to having children, after a few days, then the householders would come back with a complaint. To convince the Peruvian boy angrily and to accept the boy was a matter of Peru.
But due to the boy in the house, Peru is also starting to get angry, do not take much favor of this boy. But Peru does not listen to anyone and convince the boy.
Once the boy went to a fair without telling Peru, Peru got tensed.
Then when the boy came back from the fair, Peru became very angry and hit the boy.
A few days later, the boy drank alcohol, the anger of Peru was on the seventh sky. Peru explained to the boy that this is a very wrong thing to do with friends.
The boy thought that he would never drink alcohol. Once the boy had a fight, he thought of killing him. When Peru came to know about this, he hit the boy a lot and then explained that all these are wrong.
The boy became so confident in Peru that from now on, whatever Peru would tell, he would do whatever he asked of Peru.
But because of the boy's actions, Peruvian householders began to misunderstand Peru.
Unhappy with the Peruvian boy and also from home.
A few days later, when the time came for the boy's examination, the school people did not want the boy to take the exam.
Hearing this, the ground slipped from under Peru's feet. Peru felt very sad, but Peru asked for a lot of prayer from God.
God listened to Peru so that the boy agreed to take the exam.
It was always nice to greet the boy with Peruvian hands and then put his hand on his brother's head. The boy would be excited to put his hand on Peru's head that he would now win over any problem.
Peru's austerity boy passed the exam and also got a government job.
And learned a lot in life.
If there is another form of elder sister Ma in life.
My life routine today
Written by Jitendra Singh Rajput
Iget up early in the morning at 5 o'clock, then prepare and break fast. Potato Paratha Curd in Brake Fast du er
It is fun.
Then get out of the office with your bike, obey traffic rules on the way and lie down in the office as usual. As always, the boss's call will be removed from the job if you lie down from the front. When tired, wait for duty to finish with the rest of the staff.
At the end of duty at 5 o'clock, take your office bag and walk on the bike. Take some sweets from the confectionery on the way for the children and walk with the kachori for the wife. On the way, Chobe ji's house falls in which Chobe ji's wife is very Go looking at the beautiful ji
Fighting the wife as soon as she gets home. Why do you come so late, no one is interested in you
Doing and watching TV. Sleeping again
Story of this day
SOME INTRESTING FACT ABOUT CORONA VIRUS
BY -RICKY ROY,SILIGURI,+919800112479
"THE EYES OF DARKNESS" NAME OF A BOOK WHICH IS PUBLISHED IN 1981 BY AN AMERICAN AUTHOR
IN THIS BOOK PAGE NUMBER 553 TO 556 THERE IS WRITTEN ABOUT CORONA VIRUS THAT CORONA VIRUS HAVE BEEN KEPT SAFELY IN A LABORATORY IN WUHAN CHINA ,WHICH MAY BE USE IN FUTURE FOR TO MURDER POOR PEOPLE OF CHINA AND FOR THAT CHINA WILL PROVE HIMSELF SUPERPOWER IN AROUND THE WORLD.IN THIS BOOK CORONA VIRUS NAMED AS WUHAN 400 AND ALSO WRITTEN THAT IN FUTURE CHINA WILL USE THAT VIRUS FOR BIOLOGICAL WAR ALSO.
NOTE: THE PAGE OF THIS BOOK IS COLLECTED FROM MY FRIEND FROM USA.
You guys want to learn Garo language? It is a language spoken by Garo or A.chik people, a small group of tribal people from Meghalaya India. Lemme know if you guys are interested.
Have y'all heard of Shillong, Meghalaya? Nope? Yeah! So it's a small city in India, it's called the Rock City because you know people are cool af and everyone is so fashionable. It is one of the coolest hill station in India. There are lots of cool tourist spot out here like it will take me pages to write them all. It is also called The Scotland of The East. I recommend y'all to visit Shillong once in your life.
July 18, 2020
众所周知 纳加斯从一开始就是战士。们在第一次和第二次世界大战中进行了许多战斗。尽管是战士，但他们过着简单的生活。 它是残酷而卑鄙的印第安人，它们强行夺走我们的土地，不带走我们所有的东西。他们承担了我们前辈的生活，我们的权利和我们的身份。他们接受了我们的一切。 尽管如此，它们仍然会为我们做奴隶。他们像对待动物一样对待我们。 即使在现代生活中，印度人仍会毫不客气地吸引纳加人的暴动。世界上没有印度人比这更糟糕。我们在印第安人手中遭受了如此巨大的苦难。我们想拥有自己的自由和自己的国家。我们，纳加斯人和我们的未来一代永远无法永远保持奴隶制。我们的前辈对印第安人感到如此痛苦，牺牲了自己的血液，牺牲了自己的生活，牺牲了一切，为现在和将来的生活提供了更好的生活。我们也是人类，人类应该像其他任何人一样过着正常的生活。我们不会让我们亲爱的祖父母牺牲。亲爱的中国同胞们，作为我们从中国来的拜访者，我，一个纳迦自由战士，相信我们是相似的血液，因此，我恳请您帮助我们对抗印度人并帮助我们归还我们的国家。我们对您始终是正确的，并将始终站在您的一边。十年前，印度政府就一直授予我们自由，但他们一直在与我们的领导者一起玩游戏，但我们的领导者却变得毫无希望，然而，作为自由斗士的我们将永远不会放弃我们将努力奋斗，直到我们为我们的国家提供最后的呼吸。我们将我们的血液推向全国.阅读此博客的任何人，请对我们宽恕，请帮助我们使我们的国家恢复原状。 娜迦自由战士。
To the whole world.
If you’re on the hunt for novelty, then the catwalk seems like the obvious place to look. Fashion is an industry that runs on the distinctive rhythm of slavering over a particular shade or cut or style for six months, before consigning it to oblivion. But the longer I spend in fashion, the more I suspect that there’s nothing new on the runway.
Designers are constantly in search of inspiration and the inequitable distribution of temporal resources naturally leads their imaginations to a historical turn. Human perception of time leaves us with a deep well of the past and a sliver of present. The most notable shows I’ve seen in this vein include John Galliano’s punked-up versions of French court dress for Dior; and Jean-Paul Gaultier’s crops, capes and rakishly tilted dressage hats for Hermès. Ralph Lauren flits from Edwardian aristo to 1920s colonialist, which makes sense for a brand worn by wannabe masters of the universe who lust for a time when power was exercised without an apologetic cringe.
It sometimes seems like the only thing that’s new are the customers. Fashion stays fresh because each new generation reacts against established canons to form its own identity. There is satisfaction to be taken in rescuing clothes that your seniors failed to appreciate.
The rise of Instagram has also had a reactionary effect. As recently as ten years ago, consumers’ desires were sparked by the taste of a few magazine editors. These have now been replaced by a network of digital influencers that grows each day. Yet a thousand flowers have not bloomed. The result is creative stagnation. The advantage of a hierarchy is that the fluid dynamics are clear. For centuries, fashion was an elite pursuit. Those with less power imitated their betters in pursuit of advancement. In the post-war era, the direction of taste-making was reversed. The sway of aristocracies waned and designers found inspiration in the street.
Now, as the middle class spreads and globalisation homogenises taste, it becomes harder to find countercultural pools bubbling with novelty. The very word “influencer” reveals the problem. These people are nodes of transmission rather than sources of creativity. Fashion brands need them to spread word of their wares. Influencers need the support of the brands to prove their continued relevance and to make a living. Each is looking to the other, asking what shall I wear?
Nostalgia fills the creative gap. It’s an essential element of a youth culture that feels short-changed by their baby-boomer parents. They love vinyl and craft beer and droning “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” at Glastonbury. What’s noticeable is that so many clothes and designers are drawn to the 1990s. This was the last decade before the world became dizzyingly interconnected. It was also the only time in living memory in which a young person could theoretically both afford to buy a house and live in it without worrying that it would be blown up in a nuclear war. No wonder they look on it fondly. Right now, I’m in the midst of London Menswear shows and, if you ignore the smartphones and Ubers, it’s like being transported back to 1991. At one show, I noticed a punchy, baggy, checked jacket that looked a lot like one I bought in 1993. I dug it out and began wearing it again. Now I’m 43, it looks a lot less cool than it once did, though it comes in handy for masking my paunch. It’s a sobering reminder of mortality when you notice a trend coming around again. Fashion keeps on churning regardless.