Friday, 27 February 2015

Information Technology and Dr. Nikola Tesla

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People throughout all the ages have used various means of communication to get in touch with each other. In today’s time mobile phones and internet communication has actually become a child’s play. Even a 5 year old kid can use mobiles and tablets and surf the internet over it very easily. If someone deserves the credit for the concept of mobile phones, wire free (Wi-Fi) internet and in fact the internet as a whole then it would be our hero, Dr. Nikola Tesla.

In the year 1899, Dr. Nikola Tesla shifted his base of operations to Colorado Springs from New York as by then the alternating current power distribution system had been introduced there. Moreover in Colorado, Dr. Tesla had associates willing to give him all the power he needed for his experiments that too without charging for it. After shifting to Colorado, Dr. Tesla again began with his various experiments on extensive range of subjects.


Dr. TeslaA lot of Dr. Nikola Tesla’s future discoveries and works were based on the conclusions from his multiple experiments in Colorado Springs. He discovered that everything in the Universe has a fundamental frequency. What this means is that everything from a glass to stone has a fixed frequency. Let us consider the following example to understand this phenomenon. We have heard of singers who can break glasses with their voices. This effect has also been demonstrated and proved scientifically. So why does this happen? It happens because the vibrational frequency of the singer’s voice matches with the resonant frequency of the glass. But this concept is not just restricted to this phenomenon. Today buildings, bridges and even engines of vehicles are so designed that the mechanical resonant frequencies of the components differ from the vibrational frequencies of the structure or motors involved. This prevents what is called as ‘resonant disaster’. The damage that happens to the buildings and bridges during the earthquakes is actually because of this phenomenon. To explain this principal and make this discovery almost 115 years back was a major achievement then for all types of engineering industries. - See more at: http://aniruddhafriend-samirsinh.com/information-technology-dr-nikola-tesla/#sthash.n63zKZeh.dpufA lot of Dr. Nikola Tesla’s future discoveries and works were based on the conclusions from his multiple experiments in Colorado Springs. He discovered that everything in the Universe has a fundamental frequency. What this means is that everything from a glass to stone has a fixed frequency. Let us consider the following example to understand this phenomenon. We have heard of singers who can break glasses with their voices. This effect has also been demonstrated and proved scientifically. So why does this happen? It happens because the vibrational frequency of the singer’s voice matches with the resonant frequency of the glass. But this concept is not just restricted to this phenomenon. Today buildings, bridges and even engines of vehicles are so designed that the mechanical resonant frequencies of the components differ from the vibrational frequencies of the structure or motors involved. This prevents what is called as ‘resonant disaster’. The damage that happens to the buildings and bridges during the earthquakes is actually because of this phenomenon. To explain this principal and make this discovery almost 115 years back was a major achievement then for all types of engineering industries. 

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Father of Many Inventions

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It is well known that a true great man always has an open mind, open eyes and is ears to others. Dr. Nikola Tesla too had a very distinctive quality of always seeing all the things without any fixed assumptions in his mind. For Dr. Tesla, a phenomenon or even a discovery of his own had multiple aspects and viewpoints. This always led him towards a spectrum of uses of a particular thing and this imprinted in his every invention. His ‘Out-of-the-box’ thinking had actually made him master the technique of ‘Jugaad’ that is currently been viewed as ‘The Strategy of the New Millennium’ and actually is considered to be a saviour of the whole world with fast depleting resources. This strategy encompasses the creativity of doing ‘more from less’. 

 Even in the Madison Square electrical exhibition, only a few people knew that Dr. Nikola Tesla had actually constructed two boats, one that could remotely be controlled above the water and another one that had a hidden antenna and could be controlled from under the water. The untold inference to drive from this is actually to make all the readers understand that Dr. Tesla had infact and actually developed the world’s very first ‘underwater wireless submarine’. But with his customary way and habit of envisioning his own inventions in multitude of ways, Dr. Tesla did not stop there. What Dr. Tesla had in his mind is clearly spelt in the letter that he wrote to Prof. B.F. Meissner of Purdue University.

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Thursday, 26 February 2015

Kolhapur Medical & Healthcare Camp 2015

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The annual Medical and Healthcare Camp was organized between 31st January 2015 to 2nd February 2015 by Shree Aniruddha Upasana Foundation and its sister organizations. Thousands of poor and needy villagers residing in the remote areas of the Kolhapur district are benefitted by this camp. Shraddhavan Karyakarta sevaks from various parts of India and abroad had participated in the camp in large numbers. What they witnessed was something they could have never imagined or experienced.


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Not far from the rich and modern city of Kolhapur, there are number of villagers who are starved for even basic amenities of life. Here people find it very hard even to make up for couple of meals per day. Other basic amenities like clothing, shelter, electricity, education, etc are rather a far cry. Twelve years ago when Dilasa Medical Trust & Rehabilitation Centre and their sister organizations had conducted its first medical camp in this area, the overall situation was worst. Girls and women were suffering from ailments like matted hair formation which may ultimately lead them to work as ‘Devdasi’. Children had to travel 5-6 kilometers om barefoot to attend primary schools, and on top of that the basic hygiene were not to be seen anywhere in the villages. As a result the villagers constantly plagued with various diseases. - 



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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

On my way….homeward

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- Dr. Shivajirao Dange
  • A post graduate of the Bombay Veterinary college, ParelDr Shivaji Dange
  • Held the first rank at the MPSC exam
  • Former Deputy Collector, Nasik
  • Selected from the UPSC to the Indian Revenue Service
  • Has served several posts in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Delhi and many other Indian states.
  • Currently, the Commissioner of Customs and Central Excise, Pune
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 Drenched to the bones, dripping wet I was gazing at the stage. The Sadguru arrived on stage and I kept looking, staring in a daze. The aarti began. Swinging back and forth in time I kept trying to recollect, ‘where indeed had I seen the Sadguru?’ The aarti now over and blessed with the darshan, my friend Shri Arunrao Salunke and I walked out through the huge sea of bhaktas, out of the Manav Seva Sangh Hall, Sion. It was about 10 p.m. of the day of the Gurupournima of 2002. - 

 Earlier that evening around 6.00, as I was winding up for the day in my office at Vikhroli, Shri Arunrao called to say that he was dropping in at my office. he arrived in a while and told me that it was Gurupournima. I had never been to a Guru or to a Gurupournima function until then and so did not really react to the information. He suggested we go to the Manav Seva Sangh, Sion if I had the time, and seek the blessings of Aniruddha Maharaj. Before I knew I had mutely consented and we drove to Sion. - 


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Dr. Aniruddha Dhairyadhar Joshi,MD (Medicine)

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Dr. Shirish Datar

 Profile 

1978: MBBS, Nair Medical College 
1982: MD, Pediatrics, Nair Medical College
 1983 onwards: General Practice    

 From Ruia College to Nair Hospital, Topiwala Medical College – my classmate, my best friend, my companion and today, Aniruddha Bapu, My Sadguru, My God! 

  I have experienced in ample abundance the friendship of my favorite friend and I have also experienced the godliness of my favorite God.  I am going to narrate stories of his friendship and you will unravel for yourself his Godliness hidden in these stories.

It was the year 1973, the month of June. I took admission for Inter science at Ruia College. I had passed my first year from Thane (Bedekar) College.  Bapu was at Ruia College right from the first year itself.  I was new at the college. I got my ‘I Card’ and proceeded to the Library.  We were allowed to check out one book after we showed our ‘I card’.  That was the reason I had visited the library. My financial condition was not that great and thus, it was not possible for me to buy all the required text books.  The Library check-out counter was quite crowded.  I stood by the side.  There was a table at a close distance. Bapu was sitting at that table.  At that time, he was a stranger to me. A boy I did not know.  As I looked towards the table, I noticed that this stranger, the unknown student was signaling me to go close by the table.  As I looked at his face, I realized that I had seen him in my class during the lectures earlier.  I could identify him as my classmate.  In spite of that I had butterflies in my stomach!  I felt that I was new to college but he was a year older in the college.  I feared he was going to rag me.  I mustered enough courage to go close by the table.  That boy asked me to sit next to him on the chair in a voice that sounded heavy and firm.  That tone, his voice was reassuring.  My fears withered away in thin air and with much confidence, I sat next to him in the chair.  We were speaking to each other for the first time.  Nevertheless, he knew all the details about me.  “You are Shirish Datar. You come from Dombivali, is that right?” was his first sentence.  Then, he introduced himself to me. “I am Aniruddha Dhairyadhar Joshi. I live at Shivadi. My father’s name is Dhairyadhar Harihareshwar Joshi. He has his own consulting practice in Parel village.”  I was stunned after hearing his name for some reason.  In the nick of time, he placed his hand on my shoulder and said,”You are going to check out a book on your ‘I card’, right?  I know the reason behind that.  I have all the books. I do not use my ‘I card’ to check out books from the library.  Should you want to check out another book, you can use my ‘I card’.”  I was totally shocked.  I was surprised by the fact that here was a boy, I was just introduced to. A classmate who was going out of his way to help me.  Who would believe such an incident?  However, it has happened 108%. This Aniruddha, this Bapu is just the same. 


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