I bought a Shirt one month ago and since then I have washed that shirt quite a number of times. Today, when I was ironing that shirt, I read the washing instruction tag and here is what it read:
CAN BE WASHED BY BOTH MEN AND WOMEN.
It is a simple yet powerful attempt to break stereotypes that only women should do the laundry.
Yes, I wash my clothes by myself.
This one is very elemental and beautifully explains the concept of human life ,death and its insignificance. It captures the futile human effort for other things in life rather than “living in the moment” and “letting it go with the flow”.
It refers to a concept in Hinduism called PanchBhoot .
which is basis for all cosmic creation. According to this philosophy ,human body is made up of five elements – Earth ,Water ,Air ,Fire ,Aether.
“Anasir” mentioned in the couplet is Urdu word for Panch Bhoot.
Its by famous poet Brij Narayan Chakbast
This is Mecca
This is Medina
This is Al Aqsa Mosque
Above are the Top three Holy places of Islam.
These are considered as Heritage of Islam and their beauty is impeccable. We are awed by its beauty and the historical narrative which has taken place within these majestic buildings.
The prestige of a religion is often connected to the visual images of the holy sites.
These are not merely buildings but a symbol of their Religion and the faith of their followers.
And it should be because in every religion allmen have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own conscience. No person shall be compelled to attend, erect, or support any place of worship, or maintain any form of worship, against his consent.
Now we have this also
Ram Janambhomi Temple (Birth place of lord Rama)
Krishna Janabhomi temple (Birth place of lord Krishna) and Shahi Idgah Mosque constructed over a part of Krishna Janam bhomi temple
This is Kashi Vishwanath Temple remains and Gyanvapi Mosque over it, though a new temple is constructed but not in its original place and without original Shivlinga.
The above mentioned three sites is like mecca and medina of Hindu religion.
Now anything which I will write will be considered Fascist or a sign of Hindu Extremisim or Intolerance.
But one thing ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’
I am secular….
Some people buy large shampoo bottles thinking that it will cost them less money as compared to the Sachets. So let’s debunk this myth 😉
Spending on these Shampoo bottles is absolute waste of money. Don’t agree? Let’s do simple maths:
Bottle quantity is 180 ml and is priced at Rs.110 ( Original price is listed as Rs.155 and then striked-through to portray it as a discount of Rs. 45 which is again a marketing gimmick to attract naive customers).
Now if you divide the quantity of shampoo with its price you will get the quantity per unit price as-
= 180/110 → 1.64 ml of shampoo for every single Rupee you spent. Simple, right?
Now see the same simple maths for the same product, but in a Sachet instead of a bottle.
This sachet is for the same product of Pantene and is priced at Rs. 3 per packet of 7ml quantity (quantity is 7ml, couldn’t find a pic of quantity but can be verified )
Quantity of shampoo per unit price:
= 7/3 → 2.33 ml for every single Rupee that you will spend. It means you get 0.69 ml quantity of shampoo more for every single rupee. Hence, it is proved that you get more quantity in Sachets not in bottles which is the common notion.
I want to make it clear that this answer is just to debunk the myth that buying in bottle saves you money. I know some people will still go for a bottle instead of a sachet because it is easier to use (relatively) and they are now so used to it to even change the habit.
The saving is quite minuscule but as the adage goes: A penny saved is a penny earned. Just another perspective.