Gulliver ने गर्वनर को अलविदा कहा और Maldonada चला आया जहां से उसने Luggnagg का जहाज पकड़ा। वहां राजा ने उसका गर्मजोशी से स्वागत किया। राजा से मिलने से पहले उसे धूल-चाटनी पड़ी। तीन महीने तक Gulliver ने
Gulliver enjoyed the hospitality of Luggnagg for three months. The people were polite and generous. Gulliver was told that there were immortalso in Luggnagg who would never die. Gulliver was asked what he would do if he had been immortal. He wished to be very rich man first. Then he would apply himself to the study of arts and sciences to be a learned man. And finally, he wanted to record his experiences for the benefit of mankind. But Gulliver was shocked and surprised that the immortals were the most miserable people on the earth. They were incapable of friendship and wished and prayed to die soon.
From Luggnagg Gulliver landed at a Japanese port. The Emperor exempted him from a terrible ceremony as he bought a letter of recommendation from the King of Luggnagg. With the help of the Emperor, Gulliver was able to board a Dutch ship “Amboyna. From Amesterdam he sailed to England. He met his wife and family again after five and a half years.
Luggnagg के आतिथ्य का आनन्द लिया। लोग विनम्र और दयालु थे। Gulliver को बताया गया कि Luggnagg में अमरता प्राप्त व्यक्ति थे जो कभी भी नहीं मरते थे। Gulliver से पूछा गया कि अमरता प्राप्त होने पर वह क्या करेगा। वह सब से पहले बहुत अमीर आदमी बनने की इच्छा रखता था। फिर वह और विज्ञान के अध्ययन के लिए स्वयं को होम कर देगा। और अन्तत: मानवता की भलाई के लिये वह अपने अनुभव को दर्ज करना चाहता था। लेकिन Gulliver को धक्का लगा और बहुत हैरानी हुई यह जानकर कि अमरता-प्राप्त व्यक्ति इस पृथ्वी पर सब से दुखी थे। वे दोस्ती के लायक नहीं थे और शीघ्र ही मरने की इच्छा और प्रार्थना करते थे। Luggnagg से Gulliver ने जापान की एक बन्दरगाह पर उतरा क्योंकि वह Luggnagg के राजा का सिारिशी पत्र लाया था, इसीलिये सम्राट ने उसे एक भयंकर रस्म से छूट दे दी थी। सम्राट की सहायता से, Gulliver एक डच जहाज “Amboyna” पर चढ़ने में सफल हुआ। Amesterdam से वह जहाज से इंग्लैण्ड आया। वह साढ़े पाँच साल के बाद अपनी पत्नी और परिवार से फिर मिला।
CIP is the price at which food grains are issued by FCI to states. CIP are different for APL and BPL beneficiaries. For APL beneficiaries, CIP is equal to the ‘economic cost’ of the foodgrains, which includes procurement, storage, interest and transportation cost. For BPL CIP is same as was fixed in 2000. Interestingly, APL’s CIP (at economic cost of Rs per kg in the case of rice and Rs per kg for wheat) which was fixed in 2002 is still continuing and in effect APLs to whom subsidy is not intentionally directed are still getting subsidized food.
Swachh Bharath should not be a need to make it an action oriented approach by creating awareness.
There is a need first and foremost that cleaning our surroundings and not littering is our fundamental duty and we must perform it by our own selves and not because our prime minister wants India all want India to be clean and it has to start at a level of self fact is self explanatory because the direct benefit is visible by improvement in health and aesthetics of a we lack is technology.
For cleaning dust we use broom which adds dust to air from should use vacuum cleaner.
We must not ever mix plastic with kitchen waste as it requires double effort to segregate and also reuse and recycling becomes difficult and time consuming.
The simple formula of segregation at source should be put in every kitchen by expert committee so that no waste is generate jobs to collect waste at door will show clean surroundings the next day because nothing was thrown outside without thinking about must add pride to it that I am able to segregate my waste and hand over to the collector in two coloured bins at door step and not in a common bin lying uncovered and always overflowing.
Segregation pamphlets should be printed in local language,English and Hindi.
This all will bring a very quick and visible effect but each waste generator has to do his or her duty.