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DWARKA FORUM

Invites you for an interactive session with 

Contestants from Matiala Constituency

Shri Sumesh Shokeen - Congress

Shri Rajesh Gahlot - BJP

Shri Gulab Singh Yadav - AAP

on SUNDAY, 24TH   November 2013 at 11.00 am

(followed by High Tea)

at

Gokul Garden

Sector- 7 Dwarka, New Delhi-110 075

Come, Hear them Plea &  Take Your Pick

 

 

SUGGESTIONS FOR CHILDREN DURING EXAMINATION

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Eating habits

The following foods and drinks weaken the mind:

  • Sugar (Cold drinks, Sweets etc.)
  • Starch, Maida (Bread, Biscuit, Piza, Noodles etc.)
  • Milk, Lassi and Paneer etc.
  • Fried items, heavy diet & non-vegetarian foods.
  • Tea, Coffee – Soft drinks, artificial drinks e.g. Bourn Vita, Boost, Malta etc.

The following foods and drinks sharpen the mind

·          ll kinds of fruits, dried sweet fruits (take after soaking) Cashew nuts, Walnut, Coconut, Almonds, groundnuts and oilseeds etc.

·          Fresh juice of all kinds of fruits and fresh vegetables.

·          Salads, sprouted cereals (e.g. moong, moth and grams etc.)

·          Whole-wheat or maize chapatis and bread with bran fiber.

·          All cooked vegetables and simply prepared food.

·          Dried nuts e.g. peanuts, nuts, cashews, walnut and other nuts e.g. almonds, pistachio and and whole-wheat or maize flour with barn or fiber etc. provide ample and enormous energycombined with phosphorus and vitamin B complex and calcium to the mental cells. Non-vegetarian food, milk and cereals are toxic proteins whereas nuts and sprouted pulses are non-toxic proteins.

·          Non-vegetarians may limit themselves to fish and light meat.

For Powerful Mind and Sharp Memory

·          Never use Ayurvedic and other kinds of medicines. All these medicines are intoxicants and are, ultimately, harmful to the mind.

·          Do not waste your hard-earned money on Chyamanprash and other tonics. These tonics can never compete with correct eating habits, e.g. the habits of taking fruits, nuts and sprouted cereals etc. No tonic in the world can ever be better than these with regard to mental health and/or mind related matters.

·          Powerful mind and sharp memory depend upon powerful circulatory and nervous system of the body.

 

For Powerful Nervous system

 

·          Take complete rest and peaceful undisturbed sleep after studying for three or four hours during examination, as the tired mind is incapable of comprehending the matters related to study. Although hard we may try and labor, yet we will not be able to remember unless we empower our nervous system by giving frequent rests to our mind. Always empower your mind first and then cultivate it with the seed of study to help sharpen your memory and get brilliant result.

·          You should also entertain yourself with magazines, music, humor and viewing television for a limited duration which will release you from tension and refresh you.It is always better to study for a shorter duration while being careful of your health than to study for a longer period while ignoring your health.

·          If you study after a sound sleep it will be more beneficial and easier to recall.
Before studying, ensure that you have had a lighter meal; your stomach should not be full. You will feel drowsy if you have had a full meal. You may divide your meals into 4 to 5 times but take it in a smaller quantity. It is better to take fruits before going to study and after it you may take your usual meal.

·          Please do not study after taking your full meal of cereals. In cereals rice and daliya is lighter than dal and chapattis.
You may study after taking proteins from nuts and sprouts. Pulses, carbohydrate (starch), cereals, etc. induce sleep rather than proteins.

Weakening Effects of Hot Water

You should take bath only with fresh or warm water, as the hot water loosens your nervous system and induces laziness and sleep weakening the body temperature.

During Examination Days

Please proceed to examination hall after taking light meals e.g. daliya, khichri, rice, kishmish or sprouted cereals etc. and take full meal only on return, Research has proved that chewing of chewing gum, mint etc. sharpen memory by 35%.

 

GOONJ COLLECTION CAMP

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Dear Dwarkaites,
As Winter come to an end, Don’t pack your extra winter clothing. Contribute to Goonj, so that next winters Goonj can reach it to people well on time.
 Dwarka Collection camp:
March 24th, 2013 (Sunday) from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM: Opposite to Venkateshawar International School, Sector 10, Near Sector 10 Metro Station, Dwarka
Volunteers: Arvind Agrawal-9899974319 & Anjali Agrawal- 9811654042             
Contribute: Old/new woolens, blankets, sweaters, jackets, shawls, caps, bed sheets, socks & gloves etc.
You can also contribute: Wearable old/new clothes (washed), footwear (tied in pairs), utensils, Bed-sheets, dry ration, sewing machine, medicines, spectacles, umbrellas, school material, uniforms, lunch box, stationary, books, old cycle, toys, games, old audio/video cassette, old newspapers, magazines, one sided used sheets, desktop/laptop (working) etc. & monetary contributions for logistical support.
GOONJ deals with over 1000 tonnes of material annually in far- flung parts of the country in 21 states which involves collection to processing, repair, storage, wages, transportation to feedback. It’s a large logistical operation. We are certainly keen that if every individual starts contributing even Rs. 100/- with the material and the organization matches it, handling logistics will be much easier without burdening anybody. Goes without saying financial resources are a critical ongoing need. All monetary contributions are exempted u/s 80 G.

 Regards