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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

KABIR BADDHI






My visit to Bharuch (Gujrat) India is really exciting and new experience with new people of my country. I have been invited by Narayan Vidhyalaya, Bharuch principal Dr. Bhagu Bhai Prajapati who was the co-recipient of International Gold Star Award at Bangkok (Thailand) on 28th May,2010. I am here to give talks and trainings on BRAIN POWER TECHNOLOGY to 991 students about 600 parents and 44 teachers. Students of +1and +2, 5th, 6th and 7th have been given the seminar.I am the Chief Guest and motivational trainer and speaker to address all these audience.

Yesterday, we swam in Narmada river. We were 4 people- me, Dr. Bhagu Bhai, Mr. Gariyar a retired principal (B.Sc.M.A, M.Ed) Narayan Vidhalaya, Bharuch and my son Ankush aged 17 student of +2 - boarded the boat and crossed the river Narmada. It was an experience par expression. The thrill and experience can only be felt not told in words. The waves of the river were coming from the ocean and the co-passengers were saying that the ocean is Arabian sea that is experiendcing tide. The waves going in opposite direction are due to this experience by the sea.

Having crossed the river Narmada, we reached Kabir Badh. The Badh (Banyan tree) was a huge tree. We were asked a question. Tell the original root of Badh or mother tree. We tried our best but could not find. All the roots and trees were appearing to be original. That question was very big to answser. Photographs, sitting on the branches and live logs, were taken. We enjoyed the swimming in the river Narmada. Narmada is said to be holy river and is known as the life line of Gujarat.

On the way back, we visited Neel Kantheshwar Mahadev Temple on the Narmada river, Ashram of Ma Anand Mai. Sardar Sarovar Narmada DAM that gives electricity to Gujarat is going to be visited by all of us. We are going to visit the dam in a vehicle. I was much interested to visit this dam. Why? In 1980 I appeared for IAS exam and at that time the dam was perhaps under constrction and we the students used to discuss a lot about this dam. Today the dream is going to be filled. I am posting this while enjoying the ride in the vehicle as we are going to see Narmada Dam. The dam is about 150 km from Bharuch. Bharuch is about 50 km away from Vadodara- one of the biggest cities of Gujarat.

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