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Every job has an inherent level of risk associated with the work, as sometimes safety is not fully in the hands of the employee. Some people work well under pressure without distraction due to their keen sense of awareness for their environment and detail orientation. Moreover, their interest and involvement in the job make them more comfortable than others.
Some professions are difficult in the sense that they require a high level of skill that must be developed through many years of study and practice. On the other hand, some other jobs might not require such high skill levels, but they are known to be extremely stressful and sometimes traumatic.
Hard workers think of work as a required and pleasurable obligation. They by nature choose tough jobs and do it with full dedication. Some job seekers are more willing to sacrifice a big paycheck and a more comfortable lifestyle for a work environment where they are highly valued and given more long-term opportunities. They want to prove themselves in work, by taking risk.
The best risk-takers make career decisions by combining gut instinct with critical thinking. While gaining deep expertise in a field may seem like the path to growth, adding a greater breadth of skills and experience can open up more opportunities and accelerate the career.
Some people are not satisfied with the job they perform. they ask for more and more work, as they want to learn more. They are not bothered about the rewards and recognition they get for their work. Only bold moves can get us out of real ruts. We should not be afraid and move away from the cushy trap of “what you know.” Taking risk doesn’t mean that we won’t say “No” for anything. We should pursue every opportunity that comes up to get us moving in the direction of our bliss. Even baby steps in the direction of happiness are better than no steps at all. We should take each step cheerfully, without bothering about the result.
Some people want to achieve something in life, by putting all the efforts and taking all the risks. We should identify them and give proper respect & reward them in the right way.
We can easily prepare Wheat cup cake at home with the ingredients available at home.
Ingredients required :
Wheat flour – 300 gm
Honey – 1 tsp
Curd – 2 tsp
Jaggery – 1 tsp
Milk – 2 tbs
Salt – 1/2 tsp
Baking powder – 1/2 tsp
Baking soda – 1/4 tsp
Ghee – 1 tsp
Cooking Oil – 1 tsp
Cashew – 6
Badam – 6
Pistha – 6
Method of Preparation :
First, we have to prepare yeast. For that we have to put jaggery, curd and honey in a bowl and mix them well. Then pour the mixture into an airtight container and close the lid. We have to keep it for 24 hours and should not open the lid in between.
After 24 hours pour the yeast prepared by us in a big bowl. Into it we have to add well ground cashew, badam and pista( 5 each). Keep the remaining nuts by chopping into small pieces & frying in little ghee for decoration. Add baking powder, baking soda, salt and wheat flour. Mix well and knead by pouring milk little by little. Put little ghee and knead for 10 minutes. Keep aside for half an hour. Pour some cooking oil and knead again. After half an hour, grease small cups with little cooking oil inside and pour the mixture, 3/4th. Apply ghee on the top. Keep all the cups in a vessel.
Preheat a cooker for 10 minutes in high flame, with a small quantity of sand inside. Put a small stand and keep the vessel on it. Close the cooker without putting the gasket and whistle. Cook in low flame for half an hour. Switch off the gas and open the lid after 10 minutes. Take out the cakes from the cup, and decorate with nuts. Now the wheat cup cake is ready to eat.
இந்து சுக்ர வார
சுபவ தருவ வார
நின்ன பூஜிசுவ புண்ய வார(இந்து)
முஞ்ஜானய மடி உட்டு,
ஹண்ணு காயி நீடுவ வார(இந்து)
மல்லிகெ ஜாஜி ஹூமாலே ஹாக்கி
சந்தன ஹச்சி சிங்கார மாடி
கற்பூரதாரத்தி நினகே பெளகி
பக்தியிந்தலி பஜிசுவ வார(இந்து)
சுவாசினி யரிகே குங்கும ஹச்சி
சம்ப்ரமதிந்தா பாகின நீடி
சர்வ மங்கள கீர்த்தியு ஹாடி
சகல பாக்யவா பேடுவ வார(இந்து)
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I wish to share two more of my writings published.
Do you know the name of first woman teacher of India? Hereafter you can say “Yes”. It is Savithribai Phule. She was born in Naigaon, Satara District of Maharashtra on 3rd January 1831. Savitribai Phule was only nine when she was married to 13-year-old Jyothirao Phule. However, her husband educated her and trained her to become a teacher.
She was a social reformer, who, along with her husband played an important role in improving women’s rights in India during the British Rule. She only took much efforts for establishing a school for girls in India. In 1851, Savitribai Phule founded three schools that taught over 150 girls. Most schools at that time were only meant for those from the upper castes but Savitribai Phule and her husband started schools for ‘untouchables’.
She was a revolutionary woman in 19th century. She is a pioneer of advocating woman’s right in India. Poetry was her passion and Savitribai Phule wrote about the importance of education in her poems. As a social reformer, she was sensitive towards the needs of women and girls. She set up a care programme for widows and fought against caste-based discrimination. Other major achievements of her include campaigns against Sati tradition, child marriage and other social evils. She passed away on 10th March 1897.
Let us give a big salute for her broad-mindedness and firm mind to promote the status of the women in the society.
சகி நீனு பாரே குஸுமவ தாரெலெ துளசி பூஜெகே
பூஜேயு மாடோன, புஷ்பவ பேடோன, ஆரத்தி பெளகாண(சகி)
அரிசின குங்கும, பரிமள கெந்தவு, அரளித புஷ்பகளு
மருகு, மல்லிகே, ஜாஜி, தவன, சாமந்திகெ
கைகளில் எத்தி துளசிகெ அர்ப்பிசோணா(சகி)
காயிகளு கனகவு, பேருகளு பெள்ளியு, ஹச்சின எலெயு
கமலனாபன சஹித ஸ்ரீதுளசிகெ எத்துவெ ஆரத்தி(சகி)
ஒந்தொந்து தளதல்லி, ஒந்தொந்து மூரதி செந்ததிந் திருத்தலு
ஸிந்து சயனன சஹித ஸ்ரீதுளசி ராணிகெ எத்துவெ ஆரத்தி(சகி)
விட்டல ராயன்ன பட்டத ராணி ஸ்ரேஷ்ட துளசிகெ
கரவ முகிது பேடுவெ நானு, வரவ கொடுவளெ(சகி)
I wish to share some more of my writings with you all.