BhabiJikeGhar par nayamehmaan!

BhabiJikeGhar par nayamehmaan!

&TV’s popular sitcom ‘BhabiJiGhar Par Hai’ is going to have a visitor. Who you ask? Before you have your grey cells running, let us reveal the name. The special guest visiting is none other than Bollywood heartthrob Arjun Kapoor.

Arjun Kapoor will be soon seen making an appearance on the hit comedy show to promote his upcoming movie ‘Ki &Ka’. The actor will shoot the episode this weekend.

Speaking about the exciting development on the show, an excited Saumya Tandon says, “The promo of Ki and Ka is very interesting and I am really looking forward to seeing the film. I guess it is about the chemistry of house husband and a wife who runs the house. Anita in Bhabhiji has the same situation. I am very keen to know how Balki the director has dealt with the subject. It’s a fresh idea. Anu and Vibhu and Ki and Ka have a lot in common”.

Looks like Vibhuti and Tiwari are in for some ‘household gyaan’ when Arjun Kapoor visits their homes.

Tune in to BhabhiJiGhar Par Hai, Mon – Fri, 10.30pm only on &TV

 

 

Affordable housing to include middle classes too: Venkaiah Naidu

Affordable housing to include middle classes too: Venkaiah Naidu

New Delhi -: There are different housing needs in India – from the lower, middle and the upper middle classes.  “When we talk about affordable housing for all, we talk about all,” Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation said.

In an exclusive conversation with Magicbricks editorial head, E Jayashree Kurup, Naidu said the primary responsibility to provide housing lies with the Central and state governments. He believes that with so many reformatory steps taken by the government, the sector will soon pick up pace.

“Providing infrastructure status (affordable housing) will bring more money from banks to the market and will focus on creating more housing stock for the needy.” Moreover, the Prime Minister has announced interest rate subvention schemes of 4 and 3% respectively, for housing of Rs 9-12 lakh and Rs 12-18 lakh. The budget announcement that instead of built-up area of 30 and 60 sq meter, the carpet area will be considered, will help create bigger houses for all, including the middle classes, he said.

Adequate infrastructure

The Centre is facilitating creation of funds for urban local bodies to build better infrastructure and make cities more liveable. Adequacy of infrastructure is important. Comprehensive planning is underway for cities such as Bengaluru, Pune and Noida. “We are taking into account the water supply, roads, etc. and creating a five-year development plan,” shared Naidu. All states are invited for a discussion on this issue on February 28th 2017 in Delhi.

Focus on core infrastructure

Drainage, sewage, main roads, byroads, rain water drainage, maintenance of water bodies and other core infrastructure elements should be the key focus of state governments. Around 23,000 houses lie vacant in Delhi alone because of lack of infrastructure. “Where there are people there are no houses and now there are houses with nobody residing in them. It is a grave problem,” said Naidu. His advice to the state governments is to look after the infrastructure needs; only then will these houses lying in the peripheries of cities and elsewhere be taken up. Low cost housing will be a success only when states perform.

The minister wanted state governments to push the private sector to venture into building affordable housing. With incentives such as infrastructure status, more access to funds and faster approvals being provided, it is good business for the developer community, he stated.

It is a joint effort by the Centre, states and local bodies. People only look for better quality and good services. If the states can figure out a method to provide these then there’s no going back. “They should study the development patterns of different states. Learn from other’s mistakes,” suggested Naidu.

He quoted the example of Rajkot in Gujarat, “It is a perfect example of how land can be monetised and used for rebuilding houses.” States should be agile and respond to the policy changes.

Approvals within 60 days

A model approval process is being notified in Delhi and Mumbai. There will be an online process through which applications will be sent and approvals will come in 60 days. In case the approval does not come on time, the owner or developer can file an affidavit and start construction. Efforts are on to implement the process across the country.

In addition, the Ministry of HUPA and Urban Development has worked with nine ministries. “Developers need around 41 permissions from the government which takes a lot of time. At the same time we are asking them to stick to timelines. So, I held meetings with several ministries and we agreed on some measures,” he said.

He informed that the municipal bodies will start working through colour coded maps which they can consult, identify the area and grant approvals quickly.

Policy drives transparency

Other than interest subvention and approvals, transparency is another key component. “RERA is a simple regulation and not strangulation. It is to stop fly-by-night developers in the sector.” The aim is to create a central advisory mechanism, to ensure fair practices at the Centre and the states and to realise the mission of Housing for All By 2022.

PMAY will pick up

Naidu seemed positive about the Pradhan MantriAwasYojna (PMAY). He affirmed that PMAY has experienced a slow start but going forward the scheme will pick up. With legal sanctions made by the government, the scheme will become a success. He mentioned, “The economy is picking up as money is flowing in the market and interest rates have come down. This will make people look at a purchase.”

CLSS offtake

The aim of the Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) is to expand institutional credit flow to the housing needs of urban poor. Credit linked subsidy will be provided on home loans taken by eligible urban poor (EWS/LIG) for acquisition or construction of a house. Naidu mentioned that with reputed banking institutions such as the National Housing Bank supporting the scheme, its awareness will grow. The states should show active involvement.

On states meeting RERA deadline

Naidu expressed confidence that the policy of incentives and disincentives would help in ensuring that all states meet the deadline of notifying the Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) and also announcing the regulator. He said that he has been actively pursuing the matter with the states. While some states have notified the rules, some are yet to do so. “By the deadline of May 2017, I am sure all the states will follow suit and notify the rules,” he added.

About the issue of provisions being watered down in some states, Naidu said the situation differs from state to state. “Land is a state subject and they know it better. But, I have been requesting them for no deviation and no dilution.”

Will prices drop?

Prices will not drop suddenly as in stock markets, said Naidu. Land prices are artificially escalated and there should be a correction. Demonetisation and implementation of RERA are two important ways to push in this direction.

Ultimately, he was certain that public opinion and consumer pressure would ensure that the final rules are in the spirit of the legislation passed by the Parliament. “In a democracy, enlightened public opinion will make policy more vibrant and meaningful.”

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Keeping the housing dream of lower middle class, middle class alive

Keeping the housing dream of lower middle class, middle class alive

Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation said, “We are focussing on the upliftment of classes and allocating resources accordingly so that the poor can move to the lower middle class, then to the middle class….”

India has been on the development path for the last few years but unfortunately, the reality is that the poor were becoming poorer while the rich richer, said Naidu. To correct this imbalance, the country saw concessions for the housing sector. Particularly, the interest subvention of three and four per cent for people with annual incomes of up to Rs 18 lakh and Rs 10-12 lakh, respectively.

Naidu told Magicbricks, “Even before the Budget 2017, my ministry had announced interest subvention of six and a half per cent for the economically weaker section.” He further explained that as of now there are three categories of interest subventions:

Category based on income Interest subvention given
Economically weaker section 6.5%
Up to 18L annual income 3%
Rs 10-12L annual income 4%

 

With interest subventions allowed in the budget and the size of the units being changed to up to 60 sq mts built-up area instead of carpet area, it will enable more inflow of money into the real estate market. Investment in the sector becomes viable as interest rates are going down. Naidu said, “Other than the 4 metros, we have expanded the size range of affordable housing units to 60 sq mts. This will allow more people to join the sector.”

“We are focussing more on Affordable Housing to cater to the needs of the lower middle class, middle class. Others will take care of themselves,” said Naidu.

He also mentioned that the Finance Minister is trying to widen the tax net and lessen the burden of tax from the people. Lower income group people (Up to Rs 2.5 lakh) need not pay tax at all. People under the salary slab of Rs 2.5-5 lakh will need to pay only five per cent from the initial 10 per cent tax deduction. “It is an incentive to get people under the tax net. These measures will bring more people under the tax net which in turn will reduce the overall tax burden. If you have money and yet not paying tax, then you will have to pay a penalty of 45-60%. We are trying to bring money into the system,” said Naidu.

If these get implemented then there will certainly be more money in the hands of the lower income rung people and with interest subventions, the lower middle class and middle class will finally possess buying power.

Magicbricks Bureau

 

 

 

 

 

Shri Ashok Singh Bhadoria ready to fight election from Ater Constituency

Shri Ashok Singh Bhadoria ready to fight election from Ater Constituency

 

Bhind, When a journey to develop an area starts, it just not only about providing light, water and making buildings. It is equally important to develop the people of the area who can drive the journey of this development further. Keeping this his primary agenda, Ashok Singh Bhadoria today shared that, post having consent from his native, he is all ready to fight the upcoming elections from Ater constituency.

‘I am keen to contest elections as a BJP candidate from my area. The reason behind my thought is I have been really influenced by the policies implemented by the Central Government till date. Initiatives live Digital India, SwachhBharat are one of its kind campaigns which are a step ahead of just bringing balance. I feel it is time to move ahead of just providing food and shelter. These are primary requisites and I know these can’t be ignored. But, it is time we support the people in such areas to become capable to run on their own in the main stream in the long run. Hence I will always support such initiatives as these are not just one time offering. It is a journey’, said Ashok Singh Bhadoria at a press conference in Bhind today.

Discussing about his 3Es focus i.e. Educating, Empowering and Enabling the natives of Ater, he shared that firstly, it is inevitably important to make every child educated as it is only education which will bring positive thoughts and confidence in a person. The children are the future to Keshupura’s development and they will form the base to it. Presently there is lack of infrastructure support in schools. There are no computers, labs and recreational centers in village schools. The primary requisite is to make the schools in the area well equipped with all the basic amenities and our constant focus is to have good teachers in the schools. It is only then we will be able to accomplish the goal of getting every child to the schools.

There is no second thought when it comes to the power of connecting to the .com world. Almost all major initiatives of government are now available on digital platforms and can be best utilized not only for information extraction but also to align them with main line. The best example in the online service provided by MP ONLINE, which is the portal for all services put forward by government to youth, but majority of our youths have no access to internet and neither they know how to operate computers.The gap between Rural and urban India need to be bridged, which can only be done through digital medium.

When it comes to amplifying the literacy rate in the region, it definitely needs to be smaller steps as it’s not possible to implement everything at one goas we need to realize how much they can learn in the initial phase. So, our initial step would be to enable the citizens to sign their names and free them from thumb impression. As per my understanding, this will not only generate curiosity among the citizens of villages about will bring in awareness about literacy as a must for future development.

The ‘AngoothaSaaf’ campaign really had good response from the natives wherethe school going kids were the driving force and reinforced their parents with the power of writing their names and use it while signing any important document.

Shri Bhadoria is also very aggressive towards providing clean water for drinking to the citizens of the area.Clean water testing is really important so that the citizens are not consuming contaminated water and becoming victims to such diseases. It is a step to support the government’s Clean India front to offer clean drinking water to the people.Just developing the area with infrastructure will not work for the long run. It is imperative to empower the local people, hence Shri Bhadoria is pretty certain about joining politics to take the journey of development forward.

About Ashok Singh Bhadoria: Ashok Singh Bhadoria was born in 1957 in Ater in Bhind district, Madhya Pradesh. He did his B.A. from Jiwaji University, Gwalior and joined the Madhya Pradesh Police in 1982 as Sub-Inspector.  Shri Bhadoria’s late father, Shri Narendra Singh Bhadoria was the Additional SP of the Madhya Pradesh Police and later was the Mandi President from 2000-2006.

 

Youth should understand the importance of Religion- Swami Umakantanand Saraswati

guruji

 

The need of today’s times is to understand the youth, religion and religiousness. Usually a religious person is considered as a hardcore person, but that is not being religious. In reality, working towards the fundamental qualities is religiousness. Fundamentals are natural.

To understand the religion, first understand their fundamentals and nature. For example- Fire’s fundamental quality is to burn, ice’s fundamental quality is to cool, and this is only their religion, this is only their nature, similarly a religious person’s nature consists of tolerance, pity, forgiveness etc. and to behave according to these qualities is religion. Religion doesn’t only mean praying, chanting or worshipping. Implementing these qualities and behaving like every other creature is religion. This is why a non-religious person or an atheist is considered harmful for the society because there is no quality of goodness in his nature.

In Haridwar, Uttarakhand, supervisor of Juna arena-kankhal, Swami Dr. Umakant Saraswati Maharaj during his visit to Mumbai, expressed his views in an interview and said that all the problem’s of today’s era are due to deformed concerns and forms of religion. Just the way watering is done to keep the plants green, similarly to know the solution of youth’s problems, we will have to get to the roots. Thus both internal and external nature should be understood.

 

Youth getting attracted towards western culture is departing from the religion and to get them on right path, we have to tug them towards tradition and sacraments and will have to present the right facets of religion to them. If heart and right facets of religion could be explained, it won’t take much time for them to accept the same. India has been a teacher to the world because of its knowledge and ample of knowledge is preserved in our Vedas. Today it is important to rightly translate through the appropriate medium and present it to the world, so that once again, the generations to come will consider India as a supreme knowledge to the world.

It is also the responsibility of the youth to understand the nature and fundamentals of a religion and to rightly connect and accept it in their lives. Religion is not being hardcore, but is a fundamental nature and behavior; this has to be properly conveyed to the youth.

 

THARKI CHOKRO’ SWAROOP KHAN TO PERFORM ON BIG MEMSAAB

 

 

‘THARKI CHOKRO’ SWAROOP KHAN TO PERFORM ON BIG MEMSAAB

~Celebrate this Republic Day in a melodious way~

His passion for music landed him on one of the popular singing reality shows and in no time he became the singing sensation of the country. After ruling the hearts of many, a complete music enthusiast, Swaroop Khan is all set to sizzle the stage with his power-packed performance, this time on BIG Memsaab. The only dance reality show for housewives which is making noise with its unique show format, brings a festive line up of special performances this Republic Day. The singer who has left a mark in Bollywood with the song ‘Tharki Chokro’ in 2014’s movie PK is all set for a special performance for all its viewers. Catch the one hour special episode this Thursday, Jan 26 at 7:30 pm only on BIG Magic.

Speaking about the same, singer Swaroop Khan said, “Singing has been my passion since childhood. It is indeed an honor to be on a show which recognizes the hidden gems across regions which motivated me to perform on stage once again. I believe that it is very important for everyone to live their passion and I can see the same zeal in each participant of BIG Memsaab.”

 

Catch Swaroop Khan performing on stage one more time on BIG Magic’s dance reality show BIG Memsaab this Thursday, Jan 26 at 7:30 pm only on BIG Magic.

 

Mahindra BAJA SAEINDIA 2017commences its Tenth Edition

 

Mahindra BAJA SAEINDIA 2017commences its Tenth Edition

 

  • 185 colleges from 415 entries qualify for the finale
  • Announces participation of the 1st International team from Dubai

 

SAEINDIA, a professional Society of Automotive Engineers, today announced the commencement of the tenth edition of the much awaited BAJA series. The finale of the event, with Mahindra as a title sponsor and 40 other industry sponsors, will be held at the NATRIP facility at Pithampur near Indore, from February16th to 21st, 2017.About 415 entries were received for BAJA SAEINDIA 2017, out of which 150 teams were shortlisted for conventional BAJA and35 teams were shortlisted for eBAJA in the Virtual BAJA round.

The 10thedition also marks the milestone of the first International team’s participation. The team from BITS Pilani, Dubai are all set to compete with their Indian counterparts and experience the BAJA SAEINDIA 2017.

BAJA SAEINDIA has also rolled out eBAJA series,to leverage the onset of Electric Mobility in India. The mBAJA vehicles run on 10 HP Briggs and Stratton Gasoline Engine, common for all 150 teams, whereas eBAJA vehicles will run on electricity, propelled by a 11kWelectric motor and powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack.

The three day event will include Technical Inspection, Static Evaluation such as Design, Cost & Sales Presentation and Dynamic Events such as Acceleration, Hill Climb / Sled Pull, Suspension & Traction, and Maneuverability. The endurance round of 4 hours for eBAJA will be held on February18th2017 and for mBAJA on February19th,2017.

A remarkable feature unique to BAJA SAEINDIA is the adoption of a new theme every year. The theme for BAJA 2017 is ‘Decade of Dream Dare & Drive’, which celebrates 10 glorious years of BAJA SAEINDIA. 10 years of students Dreaming to do things by applying alternative thinking, daring to turn their Dreams into reality by accepting no limits and Driving a positive change towards a brighter future.

For the BAJA finale, entries from engineering colleges from across the country were screened atthe Virtual Round held at Christ University, Bengaluru in June of 2016, where they presented their Designs for the BAJA Buggy vehicle they wished to design for the final event.

The qualifying teams were selected through a thorough analysis and comparison of their written test, CAD Designs, the CAE analysis and the designs of Roll Cage, Suspension, Steering and Brakes. The entries presented at the virtual BAJA were mock-ups that would be created with exact specifications by the participants. The teams in the final round will showcase their skill, understanding and passion for automobiles while having manufactured their own buggy race car.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Pawan Goenka, Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd said, “Mahindra is delighted to be associated with BAJA SAEINDIA 2017 as the title sponsor. With BAJA, we are taking forward the philosophy of Mahindra Rise to the next level. Year on year, there has been an increase in participation from colleges and this is a testimony to BAJA SAEINDIA’s growing popularity and its national significance. We at Mahindra believe the future belongs to those who believe in the power of their dreams. As we celebrate a Decade of Dreams, I am glad that BAJA SAEINDIA has been a forum that gives young engineering talent the platform to turn those dreams into a reality.”

Mr Ravi Kharul, Convener BAJA SAEINDIA 2017 & Chief Technological Officer, Endurance Technologies said “Mahindra BAJA SAEINDIA has been one of the most magnificent automotive event in the country since the past 10 years. As this great competition completes a decade of its existence, we feel proud at having given the students a unique platform, where theory meets practicality. Like every year, this edition too, has been met with immense energy, with a total of 415 teams registering for the initial virtual round, and the best 185, consisting of 150 mBAJA, 35eBAJA, and one international team, making it to the main event. Keeping BAJA in line with our larger goals of facilitating sustainable mobility across the country, electric BAJA has also garnered great appreciation, witnessing an increase of over 50% in the total participation from last year. The eBAJA teams are also being supported via a subsidy of 2 Lakhs INRby the BAJA SAEINDIA Organizing Committee.”
Dr. K C Vora, Sr. Deputy Director at ARAI& Chairman of SAEINDIA Western Section is the Advisor & Spokesperson of BAJA SAEINDIA further explained that, “BAJA is an out-of-classroom initiative of SAEINDIA and one of the most exciting events for students in Western India. It has become an international event and a brand of its own. Awards worth INR 28 Lakhs would be given to students in various events. From next year, we are planning to conduct two BAJA events, one in Pithampur and another one in the northern part of India. I would like to thank sponsors such as Mahindra and BPCL for extending their support since the past 10 years.”

Dr. N. Karuppaiah, Additional Director & Site Head, NATRAX/NATRIP said “NATRIP is privileged to be associated with BAJA SAEINDIA since inception. While our upcoming test tracks of imposing magnitude and variety at NATRAX are going to be the proving ground for the vehicles developed by Indian Automotive Industry, we are glad that BAJA test tracks at NATRAX has become a battleground for the young budding engineers of the country to prove their mettle. The tracks developed for testing BAJA Vehicles at NATRAX has been benchmarked as one of the best BAJA Track world over. A water wading trough with shower facility has also been created to test e-BAJA vehicles.Introduction of e-BAJA is an extremely good initiative which will help shift the vehicle manufacturing approach from conventional Diesel and Petrol to Electrical Vehicles among the young engineers. This will enhance the skillset of these future Automotive Engineers as per the Automotive Mission Plan launched by Government of India.”

About BAJA SAEINDIA

BAJA SAEINDIA is an educational pursuit for the engineering college students, an out-of-classroom-education system, where engineering students from all over India can participate as a team, giving them pragmatic exposure to real world challenges as faced in the industry. Originally started in the USA by the SAE International as Mini BAJA SAE, today it is being organized in several countries. In India, it is being organized as BAJA SAEINDIA. An international student level competition in which teams from universities all over the country, design, analyze, fabricate and validate an all-terrain vehicle. This is evaluated during a series of Static, Dynamic and Durability events like design, cost evaluation, sales presentation, acceleration, maneuverability, hill climb and endurance.

The first edition witnessed participation from 27 teams while for the decade edition there are 414 teams that have registered to be among the 150+ teams that will battle it out on NATRiP’s proving ground for BAJA SAEINDIA. Such a phenomenal growth has been achieved without any marketing or promotional expenditure.

Over the years, BAJA has grown in popularity and has become a bigger event nationally signifying its increasing popularity. It serves as a platform for young engineering talent to showcase their skills and acquire a real life experience while overcoming obstacles and challenges- something that is critical for their long term success. These engineers showcase their passion for automobiles by conceiving, designing and fabricating a 4-wheeled single-seater All-Terrain Vehicle.

Mahindra is playing a prominent role in slating the event since its inception under the able leadership of Dr. Pawan Goenka as the Chairman of the Steering committee of BAJA SAEINDIA. Since last 6 years Mahindra is  the title sponsor and proudly continue to remain the same this year too, and others like Bharat Petroleum, Chitkara University, Christ University, Lear, GM, Mathworks, Altair, Anand Automotives, BK Tyres, Cummins, Delphi, Endurance, John Deere, Ansys, NATRiP, AVL, ITW Chemin, Medanta, ARAI, Wurth, iCAT, B&S, Bosch, Continental, IAC, M P Consulting, Padmini Engineering, Polaris, Power Equipments, Radisson Hotels, Eleation, Total Facility Management& Volvo are also proudly continuing their support towards the event. It is also supported by SIAM and ACMA.

About eBAJA

eBAJA is an event initiated by SC and OC of BAJA SAEINDIA which engages more than 1000 engineering students every year. To leverage the onset of electric mobility in India we started this event under the convenorship of Mr. Subodh Morye in 2015. This is a platform where engineering students get an opportunity to build an electric vehicle on the same dynamics of BAJA rulebook and experience the wonder that this vehicle does with electric power. During a session with, His Excellency Late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India, suggestions were made on utilizing this platform for national prosperity. Overwhelmed by his thoughts the organizing committee decided to include a new sub event to its 8th season – named eBAJA. While the conventional BAJA is about petrol driven ATVs, eBAJA vehicles runs on electric motor powered by rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack.

eBAJA is the concept of electric driven BAJA ATVs to lay emphasis on Electrical Mobility. Fossil fuels take millions of years of solar energy and rare geographical events to get produced and are harmful in nature. Hence, there is a need to move towards sustainable as well as clean technology which can help us achieve energy independence and stabilize human -induced climatic change. Also these fuels are perishable resources of energy, which can cause energy scarcity in future, we need to come up with alternate resources of energy for the development of mobility and have a sustainable growth. Therefore, we believe that electric mobility is the future which will play a significant role in the growth of the nation.

 

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Youth should understand the importance of Religion- Swami Umakantanand Saraswati

Youth should understand the importance of Religion- Swami Umakantanand Saraswati

The need of today’s times is to understand the youth, religion and religiousness. Usually a religious person is considered as a hardcore person, but that is not being religious. In reality, working towards the fundamental qualities is religiousness. Fundamentals are natural.

To understand the religion, first understand their fundamentals and nature. For example- Fire’s fundamental quality is to burn, ice’s fundamental quality is to cool, and this is only their religion, this is only their nature, similarly a religious person’s nature consists of tolerance, pity, forgiveness etc. and to behave according to these qualities is religion. Religion doesn’t only mean praying, chanting or worshipping. Implementing these qualities and behaving like every other creature is religion. This is why a non-religious person or an atheist is considered harmful for the society because there is no quality of goodness in his nature.

In Haridwar, Uttarakhand, supervisor of Juna arena-kankhal, Swami Dr. Umakant Saraswati Maharaj during his visit to Mumbai, expressed his views in an interview and said that all the problem’s of today’s era are due to deformed concerns and forms of religion. Just the way watering is done to keep the plants green, similarly to know the solution of youth’s problems, we will have to get to the roots. Thus both internal and external nature should be understood.

Youth getting attracted towards western culture is departing from the religion and to get them on right path, we have to tug them towards tradition and sacraments and will have to present the right facets of religion to them. If heart and right facets of religion could be explained, it won’t take much time for them to accept the same. India has been a teacher to the world because of its knowledge and ample of knowledge is preserved in our Vedas. Today it is important to rightly translate through the appropriate medium and present it to the world, so that once again, the generations to come will consider India as a supreme knowledge to the world.

It is also the responsibility of the youth to understand the nature and fundamentals of a religion and to rightly connect and accept it in their lives. Religion is not being hardcore, but is a fundamental nature and behavior; this has to be properly conveyed to the youth.