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Information & Public Relations Department, U.P.

CM directs officers to take strict action against
those indulging in adulteration of edible articles and drugs
Take effective action against complaints of adulteration
—Mayawati

CM reviews works of Food and Drug Administration Department

Lucknow: August 30, 2009

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati reviewed progress of
the newly formed Food and Drug Administration Department at a high level
meeting held at her residence. Taking serious view of the incidents of
adulteration in food articles and drugs, she directed the concerning officers
to take effective action to stop it.

Ms. Mayawati said that she had taken the complaints of adulteration in
food articles and drugs very seriously and the state government had formed
the Food and Drug Administration Department for taking stringent action
against those found guilty of adulteration. The new department was
responsible for thorough investigation of the complaints of adulteration and
initiate action against the guilty. She said that nobody would be allowed to
indulge in adulteration and put the lives of people in danger. She said that
the state government would not hesitate in taking tough action against the
guilty.

The CM directed the officers of the Food and Drug Administration
Department to launch an extensive drive against adulteration and take
action against the culprits under appropriate Sections of the law. Taking a
serious view of cases of the supply on spurious blood, she directed the
officers to take stringent action against the guilty. She said that the racket
involved in the supply of spurious blood should be busted and tough action
should be taken against them. She said that the state government was
committed to the health of the people and nobody would be allowed to play
with the lives of the people adding that the trade of spurious blood would
not be allowed to flourish.

The Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Chief Secretary
Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta, Principal Secretary Home Kunwar Fateh Bahadur and
Principal Secretary of the Food and Drug Administration Department Mr.
Desh Deepak Verma were present at the meeting.

******

CM directs Power Corporation to give appointment to grandson of
Amar Shaheed Abdul Hameed on the post of his choice after
considering his qualifications

Lucknow: August 31, 2009

On the directives of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati, the
U.P. Power Corporation gave appointment to Shri Shamim, grandson of
Amar Shaheed Abdul Hameed on the post of his choice, after considering his
qualifications. Giving this information here today, a Government Spokesman
said that as soon as Ms. Mayawati got to know that the grandson of the
martyr was sitting on a demonstration in Lucknow regarding his demand for
a job, she immediately sent senior officers to meet Shri Shamim on the
place of demonstration.

The Government Spokesman said that the C.M. directed the
Chairman/M.D. of the U.P. Power Corporation to provide job to Shri Shamim
after considering his qualifications. He was asked to come to the
headquarters of the Power Corporation (Shakti Bhawan). After discussions
and considering his qualifications, he expressed his desire to be appointed as
a labourer, he was given the appointment. Shri Shamim also requested to be
appointed in Ghazipur district which was accepted.

******

Police arrests 2,000 criminals during special drive


STAFF WRITER
18:3 HRS IST

Lucknow, Aug 30 (PTI) Nearly 2,000 criminals were
arrested from different parts of Uttar Pradesh since last
evening during a special drive launched by the police, a
senior officer said here today.


“During the drive, 1947 persons wanted in different
cases and 53 criminals carrying cash reward were arrested from
different parts of the state. Non-bailable warrant was served
on 1833 accused,” he said.


The state police spokesman said that Director General
of Police Vikram Singh had earlier directed to launch a
special drive from yesterday midnight to arrest the wanted
accused and criminals.


He said that two illegal arms factories were also
unearthed during the special drive and illegal weapons
recovered.


ONLINE TRAINING ON
PRECEPTS AND TRADE-68


Starting a Business in India

Registration Requirements:

No:

Procedure

Time to
complete:

Cost to
complete:

1

Obtain director identification number (DIN) on-line

1 day

INR 100

2

Obtain digital signature certificate on-line

1-6 days

INR 400 to INR 2650

3

Reserve the company name with the Registrar of Companies (ROC)
on-line

2-3 days

INR 500

4

Stamp the company documents either at the Superintendent or an
authorized bank

1 day

Rs. 200 (for MOA)
+Rs. 1000 (for AOA) for every Rs.500,000/- or part thereof +Rs. 100 (stamp
paper for declaration Form 1)

5

Present the required documents along with the registration fee to
the Registrar of Companies to get the certificate of incorporation

3-7 days

see comments

6

Make a seal

1 day

INR 350

7

Visit an authorized franchise or agent appointed by National
Securities Depository Services Limited (NSDL) or Unit Trust of India (UTI)
Investors Services Ltd to obtain a Permanent Account Number (PAN)

7 days

INR 66 for Fee and
INR 5 for Application Form, (if not downloaded)

8*

Obtain a tax account bumber for income taxes deducted at source from
the Assessing Office in the Mumbai Income Tax Department

7 days,
simultaneously with Procedure 7

INR 55

9*

Register with Mumbai Shops and Establishment Act, 1948

2 days,
simultaneous with procedure 8

INR 1,500 + 3 times
registration fee for Trade Refuse Charges

10*

Register for VAT before the Sales Tax Officer of the ward in which
the company is located

12 days,
simultaneous with previous procedure

INR 5000
(Registration Fee) + INR 100 (Stamp Duty)

11*

Register for profession tax

2 days,
simultaneous with procedure 10

no charge

12*

Register with Employees’ Provident Fund Organization

12 days,
simultaneous with procedure 10

no charge

13*

Register for medical insurance (ESIC)

9 day, simultaneous
with procedure 10

no charge

 

* Takes place
simultaneously with another procedure.

 

Procedure 1.

Obtain director identification number (DIN)
on-line

Time to complete:

1 day

Cost to complete:

INR 100

Comment:

The process to obtain the Director
Identification Number (DIN) is as follows: 1) Obtain the provisional DIN by
filing application Form DIN-1 online. This form is on the Ministry of Corporate
Affairs 21st Century (MCA 21) portal www.mca.gov.in . The provisional DIN is
immediately issued. The application form must then be printed and signed and
sent for approval to the ministry by courier along with proof of identity and
address: A. Identity Proof (Any one) • PAN Card • Driving License • Passport •
Voter Id Card B. Residence Proof (Any one) • Driving License • Passport • Voter
Id Card • Telephone Bill • Ration Card • Electricity Bill • Bank Statement 2)
The concerned authority verifies all the documents and, upon approval, issues a
permanent DIN. The process takes about 4 weeks.

Procedure 2.

Obtain digital signature certificate on-line

Time to complete:

1-6 days

Cost to complete:

INR 400 to INR 2650

Comment:

To use the new electronic filing system under
MCA 21, the applicant must obtain a Class-II Digital Signature Certificate. The
digital signature certificate can be obtained from one of six private agencies
authorized by MCA 21 such as Tata Consultancy Services. Company directors
submit the prescribed application form along with proof of identity and
address. Each agency has its own fee structure, ranging from INR 400 to INR
2650.

Procedure 3.

Reserve the company name with the Registrar of
Companies (ROC) on-line

Time to complete:

2-3 days

Cost to complete:

INR 500

Comment:

Company name approval must be done
electronically. Under e-filing for name approval, the applicant can check the
availability of the desired company name on the MCA 21 Web site. The RoC in
Mumbai has staff members working full time on name reservations (approximately
3 but more if the demand increases). A maximum of 6 suggested names can be
submitted, they are then checked by RoC staff for any similarities with all
other names in India.
The MCA receives approximately 50-60 applications a day. After being cleared by
the junior officer, the name requests are sent to the senior officer for
approval. Once approved, the selected name appears on the website. Applicants
need to keep consulting the website to confirm that one of their submitted
names was approved. In practice, it takes 2 days for obtaining a clearance of
the name if the proposed name is available and conforms to the naming standards
established by the Company Act (1 day for submission of the name and 1 day for
it to appear on the MCA website).

Procedure 4.

Stamp the company documents either at the
Superintendent or an authorized bank

Time to complete:

1 day

Cost to complete:

Rs. 200 (for MOA) +Rs. 1000 (for AOA) for every
Rs.500,000/- or part thereof +Rs. 100 (stamp paper for declaration Form 1)

Comment:

The request for stamping the incorporation
documents should be accompanied by unsigned copies of the memorandum and
articles of association and the payment receipt. The company must ensure that
the copies submitted to the Superintendent of Stamps or to the authorized bank
for stamping are unsigned and that no promoter or subscriber has written
anything on it by hand. The Superintendent returns the copies, one of which is
duly stamped, signed, and embossed, showing payment of the requisite stamp
duty. The rate of stamp duty varies from state to state. According to Article
10 and Article 39 of the Indian Stamp Act (1899), the stamp duty payable on the
memorandum and articles of association for company incorporation in Mumbai,
Maharashtra, is as follows: - Articles of association: INR 1000/- for every INR
500,000/- of share capital (or part thereof), subject to a maximum of INR
50,000,000. - Memorandum of association: INR 200. - Form-1 (declaration of
compliance): INR 100. Once the memorandum and articles of association have been
stamped, they must be signed and dated by the company promoters, including the
company name and the description of its activities and purpose, father’s name,
address, occupation, and the number of shares subscribed. This information must
be in the applicant’s handwriting and duly witnessed.

Procedure 5.

Present the required documents along with the
registration fee to the Registrar of Companies to get the certificate of
incorporation

Time to complete:

3-7 days

Cost to complete:

see comments

Comment:

The following forms are required to be
electronically filed on the website of the Ministry of Company Affairs: (a)
e-form 1; (b) e-form 18; and (c) e-form 32. Along with these documents, scanned
copies of the consent of the initial directors, and also of the signed and
stamped form of the Memorandum and Articles of Association, must be attached to
Form 1; - The fees for registering a company can be paid online by using a
credit card or by payment in cash at certain authorized banks; - One copy of
the Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Form 1, Form 32, Form
18 and the original name approval letter, consent of directors and stamped
power of attorney must be physically submitted before the Registrar of
Companies; and - The certificate of incorporation is sent automatically to the
registered office of the company by registered or speed post. The registration
fees paid to the Registrar are scaled according to the company’s authorized
capital (as stated in its memorandum): - INR 100,000 or less: INR 4,000. If the
nominal share capital is over INR 100,000, additional fees based the amount of
nominal capital apply to the base registration fee of INR 4,000: - For every
INR 10,000 of nominal share capital or part of INR 10,000 after the first INR
1,00,000, up to INR 500,000: INR 300. - For every INR 10,000 of nominal share
capital or part of INR 10,000 after the first INR 500,000, up to INR 5,000,000:
INR 200. - For every INR 10,000 of nominal share capital or part of INR 10,000
after the first INR 5,000,000, up to INR 1 10,000,000: INR 100. - For every INR
10,000 of nominal share capital or part of INR 10,000 after the first INR
10,000,000: INR 50. The payment of fees can be made either (1) offline; one can
upload all incorporation documents and generate the payment Chalan. Against
this Chalan, the applicant has to obtain a demand draft for filing fees amount
in favor of “Pay & Accounts Office, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, New Delhi” and this
demand draft is payable at Mumbai. The applicant has to visit the specified
branches of certain banks to make the payments. Upon the receipt of the
payments, it takes around one week for clearance of payment. Only after the
clearance of payment does the RoC accept the documents for verification and
approvals (2) online; the applicant makes the payment through credit cards and
the system accepts the documents immediately. Please note that in Mumbai, RoC
requests for pre-scrutiny of documents for any correction thereon, before the
documents are uploaded, so that once the documents have been uploaded, it can
be approved without any further correction. The online filing mechanism
requires only one copy of scanned documents to be filed (including stamped MOA,
AOA, and POA). Schedule of Registrar filing fees for the articles and for the
other forms (l, 18, and 32): - INR 200 for a company with authorized share
capital of more than INR 100,000 but less than INR 500,000. - INR 300 for a
company with nominal share capital of INR 500,000 or more but less than INR
2,500,000. - INR 500 for a company with nominal share capital of INR 2,500,000
or more.

Procedure 6.

Make a seal

Time to complete:

1 day

Cost to complete:

INR 350

Comment:

Although making a seal is not a legal
requirement for the company to be incorporated, companies require a company
seal to issue share certificates and other documents.

Procedure 7.

Visit an authorized franchise or agent
appointed by National Securities Depository Services Limited (NSDL) or Unit
Trust of India (UTI) Investors Services Ltd to obtain a Permanent Account
Number (PAN)

Time to complete:

7 days

Cost to complete:

INR 66 for Fee and INR 5 for Application Form,
(if not downloaded)

Comment:

Under the Income Tax Act, 1961, each person
must quote his or her permanent account number (PAN) for tax payment purposes
and the tax deduction and collection account number (TAN) for depositing tax
deducted at source. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has instructed
banks not to accept any form for tax payment (Chalan) without the PAN or TAN,
as applicable. The PAN is a 10-digit alphanumeric number issued on a laminated
card by an assessing officer of the Income Tax Department. In order to improve
PAN related services, the Income Tax department (effective July 2003)
outsourced their operations pertaining to allotment of PAN and issue of PAN
cards to UTI Investor Services Ltd, which was authorized to set up and manage
IT PAN Service Centers in all cities where there is an Income Tax office. The
National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) has also launched PAN operations
effective June 2004, setting up TIN Facilitation Centers. The PAN application
is made through the above mentioned service centers on Form 49A, with a
certified copy of the certificate of registration, issued by the Registrar of
Companies, along with proof of company address and personal identity. A fee of
INR 60 (plus applicable taxes) applies for processing the PAN application. IT PAN Service Centers or TIN
Facilitation Centers
will supply PAN application forms (Form 49A), assist the applicant in filling
up the form, collect filled form and issue acknowledgement slip. After
obtaining PAN from the Income Tax department, UTIISL or NSDL as the case may
be, will print the PAN card and deliver it to the applicant. The application
for PAN can also be made online but the documents still need to be physically
dropped off for verification with the authorized agent. For more details
(www.incometaxindia.gov.in , www.utiisl.co.in , www.tin.nsdl.co.in )

Procedure 8.

Obtain a tax account bumber for income taxes
deducted at source from the Assessing Office in the Mumbai Income Tax
Department

Time to complete:

7 days, simultaneously with Procedure 7

Cost to complete:

INR 55

Comment:

The tax deduction and collection account number
(TAN) is a 10-digit alphanumeric number required by all persons responsible for
deducting or collecting tax. The provisions of Section 203A of the Income Tax
Act require that all persons who deduct or collect tax at the source must apply
for a TAN. The section also makes it mandatory for the TAN to be quoted in all
tax-deducted-at-source (TDS) and tax-collected-at-source (TCS) returns, all
TDS/TCS payment Chalans, and all TDS/TCS certificates issued. Failure to apply
for a TAN or to comply with any of the other provisions of the section is
subject to a penalty of INR 10,000/- . The application for allotment of a TAN
must be filed using Form 49B and submitted at any TIN Facilitation
Center authorized to
receive e-TDS returns. Locations of TIN Facilitation Centers are at
www.incometaxindia.gov.in and http://tin.nsdl.com The processing fee for both
applications (a new TAN or a change request) is INR 50 (plus applicable taxes).
After verification of application, the same is sent to Income Tax Department
and upon satisfaction the department issues the TAN to the applicant. The
national government levies the income tax. Since outsourcing, any authorized
franchise or agent appointed by National Securities Depository Services Limited
(NSDL) can accept and process the TAN application. The application for TAN can
be made either online TAN can be through the NSDL website www.tin-nsdl.com or
offline. However, after the payment of the fee by credit card, the hard copy of
the application must beUpon payment of the fee through credit card, the hard
copy of the application is required to be physically filed with NSDL.

Procedure 9.

Register with Mumbai Shops and Establishment
Act, 1948

Time to complete:

2 days, simultaneous with procedure 8

Cost to complete:

INR 1,500 + 3 times registration fee for Trade
Refuse Charges

Comment:

A statement containing the employer’s and
manager’s name and the establishment’s name (if any), postal address, and
category must be sent to the local shop inspector with the applicable fees.
According to Section 7 of the Bombay Shops and Establishments Act, 1948, the
establishment must be registered as follows: - Under Section 7(4), the employer
must register the establishment in the prescribed manner within 30 days of the
date on which the establishment commences its work. - Under Section 7(1), the
establishment must submit to the local shop inspector Form A and the prescribed
fees for registering the establishment. - Under Section 7(2), after the
statement in Form A and the prescribed fees are received and the correctness of
the statement is satisfactorily audited, the certificate for the registration
of the establishment is issued in Form D, according to the provisions of Rule 6
of the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Rules of 1961. Since the amendments
in the Maharashtra Shops & Establishment (Amendment) Rules, 2003 dated 15th
December 2003, the Schedule for fees for registration & renewal of
registration (as per Rule 5) is as follows: 0 employees: INR 100 1 to 5 employees:
NR 300 6 to 10 employees : INR 600 11 to 20 employees: INR 1000 21 to 50
employees : INR 2000 51 to 100 employees : INR 3500 101 or more:- INR 4500
Hence in the given case the registration fees would be INR 2000, as there are
50 employees In addition, an annual fee (three times the registration and
renewal fees) is charged as trade refuse charges (TRC), under the Mumbai
Municipal Corporation Act, 1888.

Procedure 10.

Register for VAT before the Sales Tax Officer
of the ward in which the company is located

Time to complete:

12 days, simultaneous with previous procedure

Cost to complete:

INR 5000 (Registration Fee) + INR 100 (Stamp
Duty)

Comment:

Beginning April 1, 2005, the sales tax was
replaced by the VAT, which requires registration by filing Form 101. The authorized
representative signing the application must be available at the Sales Tax
Office on the day of application verification. The applicant goes to the Sales
Tax Office and enters the registration counter. The clerk at the counter
reviews that the applicant has all the required documents and gives the
applicant a token (waiting number). After a short wait, the applicant’s number
gets called and the applicant goes to the desk of a sales tax officer. There,
all the information on Form 101 is manually entered into the system by the
officer. Within 10 minutes, the system generates a Tax Identification Number
(TIN) Thereafter, the company is considered fully registered to pay taxes.
However, the applicant must wait between 10 to 15 days to receive the VAT registration
certificate by post. In addition to Form 101, other accompanying documentation
includes: 1) Certified true copy of the memorandum and articles of association
of the company. 2) Proof of permanent residential address. At least 2 of the
following documents must be submitted: copy of passport, copy of driving
license, copy of election photo identity card, copy of property card or latest
receipt of property tax of Municipal Corporation, copy of latest paid
electricity bill in the name of the applicant. 3) Proof of place of business
(for an owner, the case of Doing Business): Proof of ownership of premises viz.
copy of property card or ownership deed or agreement with the builder or any
other relevant documents 4) One recent passport size photograph of the
applicant 5) Copy of Income Tax Assessment Order having PAN or copy of PAN card
6) Chalan in Form No. 210 (original) showing payment of registration fee at INR
5000/in case of voluntary RC and INR 500/in other cases Future Reform: The
whole process will be put online by the spring of 2009. This means that rather
than physically having to go to the office, companies will fill in all their
details on-line for Form 101 and then go the office only so that the Sales Tax
Office can verify the above listed documentation.

Procedure 11.

Register for profession tax

Time to complete:

2 days, simultaneous with procedure 10

Cost to complete:

no charge

Comment:

According to section 5 of the Profession Tax
Act, every employer (not being an officer of the government is liable to pay
tax and shall obtain a certificate of registration from the prescribed
authority. The company is required to apply in Form I to the registering
authority. The registration authority for Mumbai Area is situated at Vikarikar
Bhavan, Mazgaon in Mumbai. Depending on the nature of the business, the
application should be supported with such documents as address proof, details
of company registration number under Indian Companies Act (1956), details of
head office (if the company is a branch of company registered outside the
state), company deed, certificates under any other act, and so forth.

Procedure 12.

Register with Employees’ Provident Fund
Organization

Time to complete:

12 days, simultaneous with procedure 10

Cost to complete:

no charge

Comment:

The Employees Provident Funds &
Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 applies to an establishment, employing 20 or
more persons and engaged in any of the 183 Industries and Classes of business
establishments, throughout India excluding the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The
applicant fills in an application and is then allotted a social security
number. The Provident Fund registration focuses on delinquent reporting,
underreporting, or non-reporting of workforce size. Provident Fund registration
is optional if workforce size is not more than 20. The employer is required to
provide necessary information to the concerned regional Provident Fund
Organization (EPFO) in prescribed manner for allotment of Establishment Code
Number. No separate registration is required for the employees. Nevertheless
all eligible employees are required to become members of the Fund and
individual account number is allotted by the employer in prescribed manner. As
per an internal circular, the code number is to be allotted within 3 days from
the date of submission, if the application is complete in all respects.
However, in many cases applicants have received the intimation letter with the
code number in 12 to 15 days. An online application facility is not provided so
far

Procedure 13.

Register for medical insurance (ESIC)

Time to complete:

9 day, simultaneous with procedure 10

Cost to complete:

no charge

Comment:

Registration is the process by which every
employer/factory and every employee employed for wages are identified for the
purpose of the medical insurance scheme and their individual records are set up
for them. As per the Employees’ State Insurance (General), Form 01 is the form
required to be submitted by Employer for registration. It takes 3 days to a
week for the Employer Code Number to be issued. The “intimation
letter” containing the Code Number is sent by post to the employer by post
and that takes an additional couple of days. The Employee’s individual
insurance is a separate process and occurs after Employer’s registration. The
Employer is responsible for submitting the required Declaration Form and
employees are responsible for providing correct information to the employer.
The employee temporary cards (ESI Cards) are issued on the spot by the local
offices in many places. The temporary cards are valid for 13 weeks from the
date of appointment of the employees. It takes about 4 to 5 weeks to get a
permanent ESI card.


Wealth is lost nothing is lost


INTERNATIONAL JIVAKA
PRESUMPTIVE HEALTH PROTECTION (IJPHP)
      

Plant Information

Common Name: CENTELLA, PENNYWORT, GOTU KOLA
Scientific Name: Centella asiatica

Description:
  • Perennial
  • Ground cover

Parts Used:

  • Dried whole plant

Medicinal Uses. It is said that:

  • Burns, wound and ulcer healing
  • Combat ageing and senility
  • Relax and restore nervous system
  • Rejuvenating tonic. Increase energies.
  • Immune stimulant
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Clears toxins
  • Treatment of rheumatism

  • Slow the progress of leprosy - leprous ulcers, stomach- and duodenal ulcers

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Health is lost something is lost


A BLUE PRINT FOR LIFE


ON  LOVING KINDNESS
AND COMPASSION

THE WAY OF AFFINITY

            In China there is
a saying:”Benevolence is unmatched”.

In the words of Buddhism, “Loving – kindness and

Compassion have no match”. Loving –kindness and

Compassion can overcome all negativity. Ine thought of

Loving – kindness and compassion can eliminate greed, anger,

Arrogance and fear. In this modern age of scientific

Development, it has been found that human communication

Is far more important than all the discoveries of science
and

Technology. How can there be perfect communication among

People? It can only happen through the practice of loving –

Kindness, compassion and the four means of embracing

Virtues: giving charity, affectionate speech, conduct

Beneficially to others, and cooperation with others and

Adaptation of oneself to others to lead them to the truth.
Only

When people consider all sentient beings with eyes, words,

Expression, voice, and mind of loving – kindness and

Compassion and create affinities with all sentient beings
can

Society achieve harmony and peace.



FREE
ONLINE TRAINING ON BUDDHISM FOR CHILDREN-27


The Wind and the Moon
[Friendship]

Once upon a time, there were two very good
friends who lived together in the shade of a rock. Strange as it may seem, one
was a lion and one was a tiger. They had met when they were too young to know
the difference between lions and tigers. So they did not think their friendship
was at all unusual. Besides, it was a peaceful part of the mountains, possibly
due to the influence of a gentle forest monk who lived nearby. He was a hermit,
one who lives far away from other people.

For some unknown reason, one day the two
friends got into a silly argument. The tiger said, “Everyone knows the
cold comes when the moon wanes from full to new!” The lion said,
“Where did you hear such nonsense? Everyone knows the cold comes when the
moon waxes from new to full!”

The argument got stronger and stronger.
Neither could convince the other. They could not reach any conclusion to
resolve the growing dispute. They even started calling each other names!
Fearing for their friendship, they decided to go ask the learned forest monk,
who would surely know about such things.

Visiting the peaceful hermit, the lion and
tiger bowed respectfully and put their question to him. The friendly monk
thought for a while and then gave his answer. “It can be cold in any phase
of the moon, from new to full and back to new again. It is the wind that brings
the cold, whether from west or north or east. Therefore, in a way, you are both
right! And neither of you is defeated by the other. The most important thing is
to live without conflict, to remain united. Unity is best by all means.”

The lion and tiger thanked the wise hermit.
They were happy to still be friends.

The moral is: Weather comes and weather goes, but friendship
remains.


COMPREHENSIVE PALI
COURSE
 

 

LESSON 10

Exercise 2

Translate into Pāli

1.                 
What he says, that he does; therefore, the

Awakened One is called the Truth-Bearer.

 

Yathāvādī tathākāri; tasmā Buddho Tathāgato’ti

Vuccati.

 

2.                
What they say, only according to that, the wise ones

Will do in accordance with truth; whatever they do

Only according to that they will say; thus they will

Seek truth.

 

Paṇḍitā saccānusārino yathā vadanti tathā yeva

Karissanti; yathā karonti tathā yeva vadissanti, eva

Dhammaṁ pariyesissanti.

 

3.                 
Fault-finding
men are envious, mean and spiteful;

therefore,
do not find fault.

Chiddagavesino manussā, issukī ceva maccarī
ca

Upamāhī ca honti; tasmā chiddaṁ mā olokrtha.

 

4.                 
The greedy ones are sharers of the unwholesome.

Hereafter they
will become serpents.

 

Lobacārino
akusalabhāgino bhaventi; pecca te

Bhogino bhavissanti.

 

5.                 
The evil-doers are demolishers of happiness.

Therefore,
may all beings be doers of good.

 

Pāpi
sukhassa kha
ḍakārī honti,
tasm
ā sabbe sattā

Puññakārī
bhaventu.


A Permanent Online
International Seminar on Buddhism and Buddhist Heritage of Jambudvipa that is
the Great Prabuddha Bharath


CIRCULAR

 

INTERNATIONAL
SEMINAR ON “UNIVERSAL MESSAGE OF BUDDHISM

WITH SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO PALI LITERATURE”

International
Seminar on “Universal Message of Buddhism with special

Reference to
Pali Literature” will be organized by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi from
22nd September, 2009
to 24
th Sept., 2009 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

 

The programme
will include special exhibitions, Discourses on Vipassana and

presentations
by eminent Scholars. Interested persons may join the event. T.A./D.A. will be
paid only on acceptance of the paper.

 

Last date for
submission of the paper is 30
th June, 2009.

 

Contact : Dr. Shukla
Mukherjee,

09868162354

 

E-mail – rsks@nda.vsnl.net.in

(Radhavallabh
Tripathi)

 

Note :-

(i) Boarding
and lodging facilities will be provided by the organizers.

(ii)
Organizers will be honoured to provide all other hospitalities including the

lodging,
boarding and the local conveyance to and fro the International airport

excluding air
fare for overseas participants

 

(iii) Abstract in
English
- Type all the text matter in ‘MS Word’, Font size 12 in

‘Times New
Roman’ within 300-400 words only. Do not type your

paper/summary
in page-maker.

 

(iv) Abstract in
Hindi -
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Krutidev font or in pdf. format within 300-400 words only.

 


To,

 

Respected Radhavallabh
Tripathi

Kind attention Dr. Shukla Mukherjee

I wish to state that I am regularly
posting 
COMPREHENSIVE PĀLI COURSE in my website http://sarvaj.ambedkar.org.

Abstract in English

 

“COMPREHENCIVE

P ĀLI COURSE

THE PALI LANGUAGE

i
means “Buddha Vacanam”, the word of the
Buddha

consisting the texts of the Tipitaka, the sacred Buddhist Canon,

 containing the original teachings
of the Buddha.
i also means

“Protection”Hence we  come across
the phrase, “Ima
tāva pāliya, aṭṭhakathāya
pana” which occur in the texts of Tipitaka. In the commentaries however …”.

 In i lexicon the definition of i
is given thus: “Pa-paleti,

rakkhati tii: since it
preserves the the ‘Buddha Vacana’ in the

form of the sacred texts. It is calledi.

            As to the origin of i,
Emperor Ashoka has left

an evidence in his Bhabhri edict, “Imāni bhante

Dhammapaliyāyāni: These, Venerable Sir, are the texts

of the Dhamma.” In course of time, paliyāyā

became i, an elliptical form. The home of Pāi is Magadha.

That is why it is also known as
Māgadhi.

“Sammāsambuddhene vuttappakāra
māgadhiko vohāro

       
The
Māgadhi medium used by the Supremely

Awakened
One.” The Māgadhi language was the

lingua
franca of region comprising Bihar, parts of

 Assam,
Bengal, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya

Pradesh,
and area otherwise called Gangetic plain,

washed and
fertilized by two river systems, Ganga

and Yamuna.

            The
Buddha purposely did not speak in Chandas,

the language of Vedas, also called as
Vedic Sanskrit. He

spoke in the language of the common
people.

“Anujānāmi bhikkhave sakāyaniruttiā Buddhavacana

pariyāpunita - Monks, I instruct that the words of the

Buddha are learnt in the standard vernacular

of the masses.”

            It is quiet obvious that
had the Buddha given

instructions in Vedic Sanskrit, Buddhism would have

become distorted and turned into another Theistic

doctrine beyond the grasp of common people, accessible

only to the elite class. This is one reason, why i is

subjected to step-motherly treatment
by sanskritists.

            In
the interest of Sanskrit, at least classical Sanskrit,

which is widely studied today.  i
should be propagated

as a sister discipline. This apart,
chronologically, Pā
i is

decidedly older than modern classical
Sanskrit.

            It
is hoped that in the age of science and technology

 when language studies are becoming more and
more

objective, Pāi
should be studied widely as a discipline

inseparable from other classical
languages of Prabuddha Bharath.”

 

I
was very much pleased to see in the internet about “INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON
“UNIVERSAL MESSAGE OF BUDDHISM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PALI
LITERATURE”
organized by
Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi
by accident on 01-09-2009.

 

I
wish to be a participant
from 22nd
September, 2009 to 24th Sept., 2009 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi
.

 

I also wish to state that I regularly
practice Vipassana, Pabajja and ZEN meditation

 

I request you to kindly accept my above paper
and arrange for my T.A./D.A.and provide all other hospitalities including the
lodging, boarding and the local conveyance to and fro the airport including air
fare from Bangalore to New Delhi.

 

Thanking you

 

Yours truly,

 

With lots of Metta

 

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan

 

# 668 5th A Main Road

8th Cross HAL 3rd Stage

Bangalore -560075

http://sarvaj.ambedkar.org

Email: chandrasekharan.tipitaka@gmail.com

Mob: 9449260443

Ph.No. 91-080-25203792

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