Sunday, December 28, 2014

Some essence of life experience: Inspired by Bal Yogeshwor

Some essence of life experience: Inspired by Bal Yogeshwor

(1) If any body have planted a sapling of a tree and gave inputs of care, manure and water until it grow fully to attain its maturity, he or she is authorized to utilize tree products for any purpose; if not, then he or she has not got right to use even to burn his body at the end.

(2) In burning candle, cotton thread boasts that it is giving light. In fact wax is giving strength to the thread for burning to give light. Similarly people boast that they have done this, this and this. In fact breath inside the body giving strength to them to perform several deeds. Once the wax is finished, the thread turns into ash. We too turn into ash after breath leaves us. So we should be grateful for the god in the form of breadth like wax in the burning candle. We should develop skill to practice accordingly. So remember it very well.

(3) Tree is one of the teachers of Rishi Datatreya. The Rishi learned many things from the tree. Trees lives for others, not for its own sake. According to him, the trees give fruits to animals, leaves to animals. They exhale oxygen and inhale carbon dioxide and purify the our atmosphere. They catch soils and doesnot let landslide. How the trees benefits others; similarly, we have to work to benefit others. 

(4) Don't ask the god to give more Burpees. Just taste the deliciousness of the Burpee He /She has given you. 

(5) Bend your hands towards the left chest region and touch your palm and fingers onto the heart region from outside to feel God is living in you and blessing you. So are we watching facebook pages.

(6) To fill the mind with Paramananda is our instinct. You came to the earth with empty hands. Now you have the opportunity to fill good things into your hands/ palm. Do something to give light to the people after the sun sets. It will continue radiating the light for ever, for ever, for ever. Then people will acknowledge you even after you pass away. 

(7) To have Ananda and Paramananda is the final target of our life. So we should work to fill something into your hands before leaving the earth. Work for the welfare of the human kind. 

(8) Before many many years, millions and millions came to the earth and passed away without developing light, if you too do not want to develop the light in your life, I have  nothing to say. But developed light gives light for long time like a burning candle gives light after the sun set. 


 






Agricultural Education in Nepal

A few publication by Dr N R Adhikari, Rampur Campus, IAAS, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

The page is under construction.


Adhikari, N. R., N. Nakata, M. Tomita and Y. Yasumuro. 1996-1997. Characterization of Aegilops squarrosa Cytoplasm for the Development of Secondary Hexaploid Triticale with Genomic Constitution (AB) (AB) DDRR.


Adhikari, N. R., N. Nakata, M. Tomita and Y. Yasumuro. 1998-1999. Characterization of Aegilops squarrosa Cytoplasm for the Development of Secondary Hexaploid Triticale with Genomic Constitution (AB) (AB) DDRR. J. Inst. Agric. Anim. Sci. 19-20:97-110.


Adhikari NR, Ghimire SK, Sah SK, Koirala KB. (2015) Dynamics of chlorophyll and N concentration on e0 and e3 leaves of maize hybrids in winter in subtropical region. PeerJ PrePrints 3:e1050


Adhikari NR, Ghimire SK, Sah SK, Koirala KB. (2015) Flowering, reproductive behaviors and their effects on grain yields of newly bred single cross hybrids of yellow maize (Zea mays L.) in winter in subtropical Nepalese Himalayan foot plain. PeerJ PrePrints 3:e1108


Adhikari NR, Ghimire SK, Sah SK, Koirala KBB. (2015) Stay-green traits of hybrids of maize (Zea mays L.) below and above ear during grain filling, and their association with grain yields in winter in subtropical foot plain of Nepalese Himalaya. PeerJ PrePrints 3:e1135

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Recommendation by N R Adhikari, Plant Breeding Department, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

List of students recommended by 
N R Adhikari, Associate professor
Plant Breeding Department, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
email: navraj.adhikari@gmail.com 

The page started since December 2014. 

To Whom It May Concern: This page is to confirm to related experts that N R. Adhikari wrote recommendation for Job or Higher Studies. 

1) In December 2014: To Mr. Kiran Mani Basnet: For Conference in Paris, France 

2) In December 2014: To Mr. Kiran Mani Basnet: For PhD studies in Legume 

3) In January 2014: To Mr. Raja Ram Mehta: For Graduate studies in Virginia, USA 

4) In April 30, 2015: To Mr. Roshan Adhikari: For M S studies in Australia.  

5) In July, 2015: To Mr. Sandesh Neupane: for higher studies in Canada 

6) In Dec: To Mr Bishwayog Bhattarain: for higher studies in the USA 

After it, no recommendation has been forwarded to date.