how to start a school in India? what are the legal formalities?

can the spouse of H1 visa holder work in USA?

is there any certified course in Bigdata?

what is the use of BIGDATA?

what is the use of cloud computing?

is there any cloud computing certification course?

how to create mobile apps?

It depends on what sort apps you want to create. If you want to create games then try unity or unreal game engine.

With unity engine you can start creating free apps and if you think its going to succede then you can buy a paid version.


can we earn money by creating mobile apps?

If you want to make money from apps you need good userbase I.e more users should download and use it.

To earn money from your app you can
1. Include in app purchases if you app is addictive like candycrush
2. You can use display ads like adsense if your app is static or has lot of readable content

how to start a software company in India?

how to start a dataentry company in india?

how to start a callcentre company in India?

how to find if an Engineering college is AICTE accredited or not?

You can go to below aicte official website link.

Select your state and check the approved colleges

what should i look for when choosing a Engineering college ?

Check if the college

Is approved by AICTE
How old is the college. If its a new college its a risk as it may not have proper infrastructure and staff.
Has any campus placement programs
Has good lab facilities
Has good infractire for class rooms, and if planing for hosyel check if they serve tasty food in hostel canten and if hostel has good water supply

Better to talk to old students and understand what they think of the college

what should i look for when choosing a B-School for MBA?

how to choose best tiles for for flooring in India? what are vitrified tiles? what are the most durable and scratch proof tiles?

what is sanatana dharma?

where is soul/ atma located in human body?

Soul is said to be located at the center of the forehead. Just above the midpoint between the two eyes according to Hinduism.

You should remember that Soul and Heart are the same. :)

should Hindus worship god to get wishes granted? will god really hear my prayers and give me what i want? will hindu gods grant our wishes if we pray well?

Why do we pray to god. When we are doubt full of the outcome of an event and are not fully confident that we will succeed. And so we approach god for reassurance.

What does praying regularly do. What does constantly thinking about something do. It helps you concentrate and focus more on one thing and when you put lot of thought and energy towards something you obviously find better ways to achieve your goal and the chance of success is more.

Bhagavad gita says that prayer alone will not give you fruits and neither will shutting yourself from the world and praying lead you to salvation. You need to make your effort to the best of your ability and then leave the rest to god.

This question cannot be answered on just a blog. Perhaps you should some research for yourself. Listen to Bhagavadgita and most of your doubts will be cleared.

You can start with the below beautiful rendition. It spells out Sanskrit verses and its hindi meaning in a pleasant and pleasing way.

why Hindu's have so many Gods?

Hinduism is not a religion with laid down principles. A set of belief systems of Indian subcontinent was together called as Hinduism by the western powers that ruled India.

According to Hindu belief system God is one supreme formless power and we are all the manifestations this supreme power. The multitude of Gods in Hinduism are all manifestations of this supreme form. In fact all of universe is a manifestation of this supreme power. Science calls it different forms of energy. Hinduism says this energy is the supreme being, i.e god and he manifests in various forms.

The Raja Yoga (deep meditation) described in Bhagavadgita is the source by which one can attain the realisation of this formless all pervading nature of god which many sages have realised through the ages. The one who realises this becomes one with god.

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 According to Hindu belief system, God is present every where and anywhere. God is inside you and throughout the cosmos. And the absolute form of god is formless nirakara Brahmand - the formless cosmos. Every thing and every one we perceive is a manifestation of the formless. Our body mass is a form of energy. So is the water we drink and the air we breath. All of nature is manifestation of this supreme power.

 Hindu's have given abstract forms to elements of nature like Fire, water, Air and called them gods. They have laid out procedures in veda's to appease them and so many gods have come in to existence. This is way of understanding the importance of various elements in nature and to try to possibly control them. For example Varuna Yagam is to appease the Rain god to get his blessing as Rains. The ritual is a process for burning different materials to generate smoke. Perhaps a scientific study of this can revel the actual scientific relevance behind such a process. 

What we call science now has been woven in to the religious beliefs/story's in Hinduism so its not lost with time. A story is easier to transfer down to generations than abstract science. The Hindu Yogis have already expounded many things in the vedic texts which are being proved through science like the Diameter of the earth, the planetary motion, etc. Bhagavat-gita states that just like all rivers lead in to the sea, the worship of any god ultimately brings the devotee nearer to the absolute.

 Hinduism also gives you a tool to find and experience god yourself - tapasya a higher form of  Meditation. It is called Raja Yoga and has been clearly described in a scientific way by Yogi Patanjali in his work Yoga Sutras.

is taj mahal really built by Shajahan?

can un elected / non political members become members of rajya sabha?

how are members of Rajya Sabha Choosen?

how to contest as an MLA? how to contest as an MP? how to become MLC?

what is the full form of MLA , full form of MP and full form of MLC? what is the difference between MLA?MP?MLC?

MLA - member of legislative assembly. Elected representative for state assembly.

MP - member of parliament. Elected representative who sits in parliament
MLC - member of legislative council. Its the upper house at state level. Representatives are not elected by people.

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