5 Methods of making Rasogulla

घर पर इस विधि से बनाएं स्पंजी रसगुल्ले
रसगुल्ला
एक नज़ररेसिपी क्विज़ीन :इंडियनसमय :30 मिनट से 1 घंटामील टाइप :वेजआवश्यक सामग्री2 लीटर दूध फुल क्रीम 2 नींबू का रस डेढ़ चम्मच अरारोट आधा चम्मच इलायची पाउडर 4 कप चीनी 2 से 3 कप पानीविधि- दूध को एक भारी तले वाले बर्तन में गर्म करें. – दूध में उबाल आने के बाद, गैस बंद कर दें. जब दूध थोड़ा ठंडा हो जाए तो इसमें नींबू का रस थोड़ा-थोड़ा डालते हुए एक बड़े चम्मच से चलाएं. – जब दूध पूरा फट जाए. तो उसे एक साफ कपड़े में छानकर, ऊपर से ठंडा पानी डाल दें. इससे रसगुल्लों में नींबू का स्वाद नहीं आएगा. – अब कपड़े को बांधकर उसे अच्छी तरह दबाएं, ताकि फटे हुए दूध का सारा पानी निकल जाए. रसगुल्लों के लिए पनीर तैयार है. – इसके बाद पनीर को किसी थाली में निकाल लें और इसे कद्दूकस या हाथों से अच्छी तरह मैश करके आटे की तरह गूंद कर चिकना करें. – फिर पनीर में अरारोट मिक्स करके उसे 4 से 5 मिनट और मैश करें और गूंदकर चिकने आटे की तरह तैयार कर लें. इस तरह रसगुल्ला बनाने के लिए मिश्रण तैयार करें. – अब मिश्रण में से थोड़ा-थोड़ा भाग हाथों में लेकर, उसे गोल शेप देकर छोटे-छोटे बॉल तैयार करके एक प्लेट में रखते जाएं. – जब सारी सामग्री से बॉल तैयार हो जाएं, तो इनको एक गीले कपड़े से ढक कर रख दें. – रसगुल्लों की चाशनी बनाने के लिए एक भगोने में चीनी और 2 कप पानी डाल कर गैस पर गर्म करने रख दें. – चाशनी में उबाल आने के बाद, प्लेट में रखे तैयार रसगुल्ले इसमें डाल दें. भगोने को एक प्लेट से ढक दें. – रसगुल्ला और चाशनी तेज आंच पर 15 से 20 मिनिट तक पकाएं. कुछ देर में चाशनी गाढ़ी होने लगेगी, तो उसमें एक बड़े चम्मच से थोड़ा-थोड़ा करके पानी डालते रहें. ध्यान रखें कि चाशनी में हमेशा उबाल आता रहे. – इस तरह चाशनी में सिर्फ 1 से 2 कप तक पानी डालें, और खुशबू के लिए उसमें इलायची पाउडर मिक्स कर दें. रसगुल्ले पकने के बाद फूल कर दुगने हो जाएंगे, तब गैस बंद कर दें. – तैयार है स्वादिष्ट रसगुल्ले. फ्रि‍ज में ठंडे होने के बाद सर्व करें.

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SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE

Subhash Chandra Bose

INTRODUCTION

On January 23, 1897, Subhash Chandra Bose was born. His father was Rai Bahadur Janakinath Bose, a prominent lawyer of Cuttack, Orissa. His mother was Prabhavati Bose, a remarkable example of womanhood. Later, the world came to know him as Netaji. After completing his early studies at the European protestant collegiate school in Cuttack, he came to Calcutta to study at Presidency College in 1913.

Upon completing his Graduation, he left India for England to appear at the Indian civil service examination, but he was reluctant to work under the British Government. He resigned and returned to India on the call of Chittaranjan Das.

Subhash Chandra Bose felt that young militant groups could be molded into a military arm of the freedom movement and used to further the cause. Gandhi ji opposed this Ideology because it directly, conflicted with his policy of ahimsa (non – violence). The British Government in India perceived Subhash Chandra Bose as a potential source of danger and arrested him without any charge on October 25, 1924. He was sent to Alipore Jail, Calcutta and in January 25, 1925 transferred to Mandalay, Burma.

He was released from Mandalay in May, 1927 due to ill health. Upon return to Calcutta. He was elected president of the Bengal congress committee on October 27, 1927. Subhash Chandra Bose was one of the few politicians who sought and worked towards Hindu- Muslims unity on the basis of respect of each community‘s rights. Being a man of ideals, he believed in Independence from the social evils of religious discord.

 

In the period between the two world wars, Gandhi was the most powerful force within the congress, and it’s probably fair to say, in nationalist politics. These tactics involved an emphasis on non-violence, and a vacillation between non-cooperation and active participation. There were few challenges to this approach outside the congress.

The terrorist carried on in certain areas of the country, especially Bengal, but they were, at the most, a nuisance. By the time of the World War 2, it had long become evident that elite terrorism was not going to inspire a popular revolution. After Gandhi came along and demonstrated how a popular movement might be generated, the terrorist became even less relevant. The challenge to the predominance of Gandhi and Gandhian   tactics in Indian nationalism came from within the congress.

It came from a man named Subhash Chandra Bose, who, at the height of his political influence, was one of the two or three most powerful leaders in the congress. Gandhi certainly saw Bose as a rival and a dangerous upstart, and did his best to destroy him politically whereas Gandhi sought compromises with the British, Bose sought absolute victories. Gandhi was willing to wait a long time for independence; Bose wanted immediate action, if not immediate results.

Gandhi was anti-materialistic and hostile to modern technology; Bose saw technology and mass production as essential to survival and dignity. Gandhi wanted a decentralized society and disliked the modern state; Bose wanted a strong central government and saw the modern state as the only solution to India’s problems, and finally, Bose did not share Gandhi’s dedication to non-violence.

 

  • Great spirits have always encountered violent oppositions from mediocre minds.
  • Albert Einstein

Youth and Education

Subhash Chandra Bose came from an upper –class Bengali family. He was the ninth child in a big, busy family; but his parents were aloof, and he grew up as a loner. He was a voracious reader, and he was especially attracted to the writings  of the 19th ~ century Hindu social reformer, swami Vivekananda. From Vivekananda he picked up a desire to take India, especially Hindu India, back to an idealized past in which Indians had been strong, moral and free.

As he grew older, and became interested in socialism, as he lost the interest in mythical golden ages and his overtly Hindu outlook. He kept his determination to do something about what he saw as social injustice towards low-caste groups, the poor, and woman. He was a brilliant student, and became active in student politics at Calcutta’s presidency college.

In those wartime years, the university offered military training to students who were interested (sort of like the ROTC today), and Subhash Chandra Bose eagerly signed up. But unlike Gandhi, who also had military experience, he did not join because he saw it as his duty to the Empire. He joined because he believed military training was an important part of a nationalist’s education. He fervently believed that India, and especially Hindus, had become politically subjugated because of their military weakness.

If the nation was to be free and worthy of respect, he felt, its citizens must know how to fight. Also at Presidency College he had one of his first direct encounters with the British. He became involved in an assault by students on a British professor, and was kicked out of the school. This incident have since become one of the  major myths of Indian nationalism, with Bose presented as the hero and Edward oaten, the professor, presented as a racist villain.

The truth is probably not so clear-cut .what is more likely is that oaten was tactless, and, Bose was hot-headed. A sense of humour was not one of Bose’s strong points; he tended to be touchy and took everything very seriously. He eventually graduated from Scottish church college in Calcutta (after his father pulled a few strings to get him admitted), and was then packed off to England by his family to prepare for the ICS (Indian Civil Service) exams. He arrived in England in 1919, at an age of 23 years.

It’s interesting to compare Bose’s English experience with Gandhi’s. Bose was probably a bit less socially isolated than Gandhi had been when he had first arrived; there were more Indians around for him to spend time with. As with Gandhi, the time Bose spent in England made a deep impression on his thinking.

Like Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose became something of a dandy in England, always wearing expensive, perfectly pressed clothes. And like Gandhi, Bose became more conscious of his Indian identity when he was in England.

But there were some very significant differences, as well. Gandhi did not become a nationalist while he was in England. Later. Gandhi’s nationalism developed solely over the decades, and if we had to look for pivotal movement we would have to find them in South Africa and later in jallianwalla bagh.

Subhash Chandra Bose arrived in England as a budding nationalist, and as somebody who was very conscious, and very resentful, of the racial basis of British rule in India. In England, he wrote one of his friends: “nothing makes me happier than to be served by the whites and to watch them clean my shoes.” in England, Bose‘s nationalism became more clearly defined, and more militant than it had been before.

At the same time, he killed England society ,the freedom of expression , the debates in parliament and at the university, the fact that students weren’t shadowed by the police. It made him acutely aware of how different life was in colonial India. Also, there was a lot that Bose admired about the British in England. He found them efficient and energetic , he appreciated their sense of a national interest, and what he saw as their can-do attitude.

These qualities – efficiency, energy, discipline, a sense of punctuality- are all central to modern industrial society, and they became central to Subhash Chandra Bose’s vision of what India should be like. He did very well in the ICS exams, and then faced a dilemma that had, by the 1920’s, become common for Indian nationalists. he decided to stay away from the IAS.

Quite apart from his qualms about the Indian Civil Service, there was another major factor that influenced his decision. He was one of those people who desperately needed a father –figure in his life. Ever since he had been a child, he had attached himself to the teachers and to various swamis, hoping to find somebody who could be a combination of spiritual advisor, political mentor, and intellectual guide.

For him, who was already leaning towards a career’ in nationalism politics, one possible choice might have been Gandhi, who served those functions for Nehru. But he never developed this intimacy with Gandhi. He admired Gandhi, but the philosophical differences were too great.

 

 

 

  • The ability to accept responsibility is the measure of the man.
  • Roy L Smith

 

Political Career

As Subhash Chandra Bose resigned from the Indian Civil Service, he finally found his father- figure. C.R Das, who was one of those nationalist lawyer –politician’s active in the congress. In some ways, C.R. Das was a curious choice of mentor for a hot-headed extremist like Subhash Chandra Bose. C.R. Das was the ultimate politician.

He believed in building an administrative organization within the framework of the colonial government, and running that independently. He did not look for revolution; rather like Mahatma Gandhi, he believed in a gradual process of piecemeal concessions.

Like Mahatma Gandhi, he had responded to the rowlatt acts by throwing himself into the non-cooperation movement. He had abandoned his legal practice and his western suits, and adopting khadi and frugality, although he was never quite as frugal as Mahatma Gandhi. Subhash Chandra Bose was drawn to C.R Das primarily the latter’s personal sacrifices.

At a psychological level, C.R Das- with his social, cultural and professional background –was sufficiently like Subhash Chandra Bose’s own father. Subhash Chandra Bose wrote to C.R Das, offering his services, and boldly outlining his own ideas of how to build a nationalist organisation. Congress, he wrote, should have a permanent house. It should come up with a set of policies for all of India, including the princely states, it should have policies for improving the conditions of low –caste groups, with its own research and intelligence wing, and a well- organized public relations system.

 

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200 Factors for ranking in google algorithm

Google uses over 200 ranking factors in the algorithm , let’s move on directly to the list

1. Domain Age

2. Keyword Appears in Top Level Domain

3. Keyword As First Word in Domain:

4. Domain registration length

5. Keyword in Subdomain

6. Domain History

7. Exact Match Domain

8. Public vs. Private WhoIs

9. Penalized WhoIs Owner

10. Country TLD extension

11. Keyword in Title Tag:

12. Title Tag Starts with Keyword:

13. Keyword in Description Tag

14. Keyword Appears in H1 Tag

15. TF-IDF

16. Content Length

17. Table of Contents

18. Keyword Density

19. Latent Semantic Indexing Keywords in Content (LSI)

20. LSI Keywords in Title and Description Tags

21. Page Covers Topic In-Depth

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24. Use of AMP

25. Entity Match

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35. Outbound Link Quality

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5 important facts about Corona Virus in India

What is a ‘novel’ corona virus or Covid -19?

A novel corona virus (COVID-19) is a new strain of corona virus.

The disease caused by the novel corona virus first identified in Wuhan, China, has been named corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) – ‘CO’ stands for corona, ‘VI’ for virus, and ‘D’ for disease.
Formerly, this disease was referred to as ‘2019 novel corona virus’

Things to remember -The COVID-19 virus is a new virus linked to the same family of viruses as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and some types of common cold.

How does the COVID-19 virus spread?

The virus is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets of an infected person (generated through coughing and sneezing), and touching surfaces contaminated with the virus.

The COVID-19 virus may survive on surfaces for several hours, but simple disinfectants can kill it.

What are the symptoms of corona virus?

Symptoms can include fever, cough and shortness of breath. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia or breathing difficulties. More rarely, the disease can be fatal.

These symptoms are similar to the flu (influenza) or the common cold, which are a lot more common than COVID-19. This is why testing is required to confirm if someone has COVID-19. It’s important to remember that key prevention measures are the same – frequent hand washing, and respiratory hygiene (cover your cough or sneeze with a flexed elbow or tissue, then throw away the tissue into a closed bin).

How can I avoid the risk of infection?

Here are four precautions you and your family can take to avoid infection:

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Wash your hands frequently using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub.

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Cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Dispose used tissue immediately.

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Avoid close contact with anyone who has cold or flu-like symptoms.

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Seek medical care early if you or your child has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing.

Should I wear a medical mask?

The use of a medical mask is advised if you have respiratory symptoms (coughing or sneezing) to protect others.

If masks are worn, they must be used and disposed of properly to ensure their effectiveness and to avoid any increased risk of transmitting the virus.

The use of a mask alone is not enough to stop infections and must be combined with frequent hand washing, covering sneezes and coughs, and avoiding close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms (coughing, sneezing, fever).

Does COVID-19 affect children?

This is a new virus and we do not know enough yet about how it affects children or pregnant women. We know it is possible for people of any age to be infected with the virus, but so far there have been relatively few cases of COVID-19 reported among children. The virus is fatal in rare cases, so far mainly among older people with pre-existing medical conditions.

What should I do if my child has symptoms of COVID-19?

Seek medical attention, but remember that it’s flu season in the Northern Hemisphere, and symptoms of COVID-19 such as cough or fever can be similar to those of the flu, or the common cold – which are a lot more frequent.

Continue to follow good hand and respiratory hygiene practices like regular handwashing, and keep your child up to date with vaccinations – so that your child is protected against other viruses and bacteria causing diseases.

As with other respiratory infections like the flu, seek care early if you or your child are having symptoms, and try to avoid going to public places (workplace, schools, public transport), to prevent spread to others.

What should I do if a family member displays symptoms?

You should seek medical care early if you or your child has a fever, cough or difficulty breathing. Consider calling ahead to tell your health care provider if you have traveled to an area where COVID-19 has been reported, or if you have been in close contact with someone with who has traveled from one of these areas and has respiratory symptoms.

Should I take my child out of school?

If your child is having symptoms, seek medical care, and follow the instructions from the health care provider. Otherwise, as with other respiratory infections like the flu, keep your child well rested at home while symptomatic, and avoid going to public places, to prevent spread to others.

If your child isn’t displaying any symptoms such as a fever or cough – and unless a public health advisory or other relevant warning or official advice has been issued affecting your child’s school – it’s best to keep your child in class.

Instead of keeping children out of school, teach them good hand and respiratory hygiene practices for school and elsewhere, like frequent handwashing (see below), covering cough or sneeze with a flexed elbow or tissue, then throwing away the tissue into a closed bin, not touching their eyes, mouths or noses if they haven’t properly washed their hands.

What is the best way to wash hands properly?

Step 1:Wet hands with running water

Step 2: Apply enough soap to cover wet hands

Step 3: Scrub all surfaces of the hands – including back of hands, between fingers and under nails – for at least 20 seconds

Step 4: Rinse thoroughly with running water

Step 5: Dry hands with a clean cloth or single-use towel

Wash your hands often, especially before eating; after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; and going to the bathroom.

If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water, if hands are visibly dirty.

What precautions should I take for my family if we travel?

Anyone planning a trip overseas should always check the travel advisory for their destination country for any restrictions on entry, quarantine requirements on entry, or other relevant travel advice.

In addition to taking standard travel precautions, and in order to avoid being quarantined or denied re-entry into your home country, you are also advised to check the latest COVID-19 update on the International Air Transport Association website, which includes a list of countries and restriction measures.

While traveling, all parents should follow standard hygiene measures for themselves and their children: Wash hands frequently or use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60 per cent alcohol, practice good respiratory hygiene (cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze and immediately dispose of the used tissue) and avoid close contact with anyone who is coughing or sneezing.

In addition, it is recommended that parents always carry a hand sanitizer, pack of disposable tissues, and disinfecting wipes.

Additional recommendations include: Clean your seat, armrest, touchscreen, etc. with a disinfecting wipe once inside an aircraft or other vehicle. Also use a disinfecting wipe to clean key surfaces, doorknobs, remote controls, etc at the hotel or other accommodation where you and your children are staying.

Can pregnant women pass corona virus to unborn children?

At this time, there is not enough evidence to determine whether the virus is transmitted from a mother to her baby during pregnancy, or the potential impact this may have on the baby. This is currently being investigated. Pregnant women should continue to follow appropriate precautions to protect themselves from exposure to the virus, and seek medical care early, if experiencing symptoms, such as fever, cough or difficulty breathing.

Is it safe for a mother to breastfeed if she is infected with coronavirus?

All mothers in affected and at-risk areas who have symptoms of fever, cough or difficulty breathing, should seek medical care early, and follow instructions from a health care provider.

Considering the benefits of breastfeeding and the insignificant role of breastmilk in the transmission of other respiratory viruses, the mother can continue breastfeeding, while applying all the necessary precautions.

For symptomatic mothers well enough to breastfeed, this includes wearing a mask when near a child (including during feeding), washing hands before and after contact with the child (including feeding), and cleaning/disinfecting contaminated surfaces – as should be done in all cases where anyone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 interacts with others, including children.

If a mother is too ill, she should be encouraged to express milk and give it to the child via a clean cup and/or spoon – all while following the same infection prevention methods.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)

“The best way to learn anything is the way you have found for yourself to   understand” 

What is artificial intelligence? The intelligence that is not natural is called artificial intelligence,  don’t bother yourself to go in the definition word by word, instead of it, we learn it from example ( i hope these examples will make you think more)

let we start with some basic questions

is brushing your teeth being artificial intelligence or natural intelligence?

is washing clothes manually being artificial intelligence or natural intelligence?

Is cooking food being natural or artificial intelligence?

The people, who are confused are the natural thinker, and the reader who is sure that these activities are natural intelligence, their mind are natural but they are trained as artificial by some natural intelligent people (e.g mom, dad, bro sis etc)

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FITNESS BAND OR FITNESS TRACKER: MUST KNOW THINGS (2019)

a fitness band or Fitness tracker is also known as a smart band. from recent years, fitness bands are gaining too much popularity among young generations. there are too many new models introducing every year so it is very tough to find out the best one within the user’s budget.

To help you out from this situation, we are going to discuss each and every aspect of it. so that user can get the best one as per the requirement.

FITNESS BAND: WHAT?

It is also known as an activity tracker. it is a device for tracking fitness related parameter such as calorie consumption, walked distance or running, heart rate monitoring and quality of sleep.

SONY SMART BAND
SONY SMART BAND

it is also known as a wearable computer. it can also connect to your smartphone through apps. fitness bands are available with or without display.

KEY PARAMETERS OF FITNESS BAND

WHERE TO WEAR ?

Usually, Fitness bands wear at the wrist by the user. But there are also circular disc type trackers that can be put anywhere throughout the body.

normally every user prefers to wear at the wrist.

IS DISPLAY NECESSARY ?

there are bands available with a display or not. it totally depends upon the user’s interest. some fitness bands have LED lights only, but some have LED display with color or black & white display and touch screen option.

A user can get more information from display bands compared to without display bands. display bands are also more attractive than non-display bands.

However, Display bands lead more distraction and lower battery life compared to Non- Display bands.

HOW GOOD IS THE BATTERY LIFE ?

Smart bands are usually available with 2 types batteries – rechargeable or no rechargeable feature. it also depends upon the user’s personal interest.

Rechargeable smart bands have battery life normally from 5 to 10 days while Nonrechargeable smart bands have battery life from 6 months to 12 months. and the cost of smart bands increases with better performance.

SMARTPHONE  COMPATIBILE FITNESS BAND

it is also the main feature to look into it while buying the smart band. As fitness trackers are synchronized with a smartphone to provide the required data. So your selected fitness band should be compatible with your smartphone.

However, mostly fitness bands are compatible with iOS, Windows and Android operating system. But there are some bands also support only iOS operating system.

HEART RATE TRACKING FITNESS BAND

New advanced smart bands offer heart rate tracking feature also nowadays. we can say this is a must-have feature for the health conscious user. this feature also leads to a higher cost compared to others.

hear rate tracking smart bands are much important for runner or cycler user. 

WATER RESISTANT FITNESS BAND

this feature is must have for the users that prefer swimming as well as for the normal user. As no user prefer a smart band without water-resistant technology.

Although all smart bands are differed by sustainability to the level of water pressure specified by the manufactures. So A user must check it before buying as per the requirement.

SLEEP TRACKER FITNESS BAND

Sleep tracking is also becoming an important feature of smart bands nowadays. as some smart bands are really smart to tell the difference between light sleep and deep sleep.

As sleep is an important factor to measure good health so it is obvious to buy a smart band that offers nearly true readings of it.

IS GPS WORTH ?

there is mostly all smart bands offer Inbuilt GPS feature. However, some smart bands use your smart phone’s GPS. this feature is a must-have for the users that prefer running, cycling, outdoor activities, tracking or hiking, etc.

HUAWEI PRO 2 ACTIVITY TRACKER
HUAWEI PRO 2 ACTIVITY TRACKER

this type of smart band is very much useful to track down the distance covered, movements and weather information, etc. However, in-built GPS smart bands are more expensive and also have more power consumption compared to others.

FINAL WORDS

So from all the above information, a user can easily select the best fitness band within the budget. hope you enjoy all the information and feel free to write to us if need any other information regarding fitness band. if any user wants our recommendations, So they can check out below top picks.

TOP FITNESS TRACKER OF 2019

1. SAMSUNG GEAR FIT 2 PRO SMART FITNESS BAND

2. FITBIT CHARGE 2 HEART RATE FITNESS WRIST BAND

3. MISFIT RAY FITNESS SLEEP TRACKER

4. HUAWEI FIT SMART FITNESS ACTIVITY TRACKER

5. MOOV NOW PERSONAL COACH & SPORTS TRACKER

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MOUSE PAD (2019) : MUST KNOW THINGS BEFORE BUYING IT

Mouse pad is an essential accessory of our laptop or desktop computer. generally, In today’s Era, Mousepads are not much necessary for normal users due to rise in optical mouse technology.

A normal user can use easily mouse without a mouse pad at any normal surface. But the best mouse pad still can make a vast difference in navigating your computer for a normal user, the professional user or hardcore gamer.

However, In the past where mechanical mouse (Ball Mouse) had been used. Mouse pads were a must use the thing at that time. a mouse pad provides better control of the cursor, higher speed and comfort to the user. So before buying it, A user must know the important features to choose the best one.

WHAT IS A MOUSE PAD

A mouse pad is also known as a Mouse mat. It is a surface or area for using and moving a computer mouse. it increases the usability of a mouse compared to a mouse used without a mouse pad.

CORSAIR GAMING MOUSE PAD
CORSAIR GAMING MOUSE PAD

Usually, Mousepads are available in the market with 4 types of material – Cloth, Plastic, glass, and aluminum.

Mousepads also protect your mouse from dirt and work-surface damages.

MAIN FEATURES OF A MOUSE PAD

Mousepads surface are the main feature of any mouse pad and also which material is used to build it. A mouse pad performance and usability depend upon the surface material.

MATERIAL USED

MATERIAL PROS  and  CONS
CLOTH Pros: Best for comfort and portability, less expensive     Cons: need to change after 5-6 months due to dirt and damaged edge and slow glide
PLASTIC Pros: Better smooth surface, faster glide, and stable control, higher life span compared to cloth mouse pads   Cons: frequent  maintenance and smaller sizes, wear out quickly for hardcore gamers
GLASS Pros: Longer life span,  faster glide, better surface experience, and consistency   Cons : require extremely frequent maintenance and smaller sizes , more expensive  
ALUMINIUM Pros: Quick and accurate control due to the slick surface, do not absorb liquid, best for heavy daily use and more durable   Cons: expensive, not foldable
SATECHI ALUMINUM MOUSE PAD
SATECHI ALUMINUM MOUSE PAD

BASE OF A MOUSE PADS

the base of a mouse pad decides the quality of the mouse pad. your gaming experience varies with the thickness of the mouse pad.

SIZE OF THE BASE PERFORMANCE
THIN BASE – 2 MM Prefer for a special user need a thin surface
NORMAL BASE – 3 MM Prefer for every user, most used base
LARGE BASE – 5 MM Prefer for more comfort and heavy user, hardcore gamer or professionals

ERGONOMICS

Ergonomic mouse pads provide padded support to your wrist while using the mouse. it is a very good option for the user that feels pain or discomfort while using the mouse.

3M MOUSE PAD WITH WRIST REST
3M MOUSE PAD WITH WRIST REST

some of the wrist support mouse pads provide the flexibility to raise or lower the height of padded support accordingly. there are also the mouse pads that provide separate padded support for the keyboard also.

FINAL WORDS

In conclusion, now after reading above all the information, a user can easily decide the best fit mouse pad. hope you enjoy the article and if you want our top picks then you can refer it below here.

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1. TESORO AEGIS 3D FABRIC SURFACE ANTI-SLIP RUBBER BASE

2. RAZER RZ02 FIREFLY HARD GAMING WITH CUSTOM LIGHTING

3. CORSAIR MM 1000 QI WIRELESS CHARGING

4. STEELSERIES QCK GAMING SURFACE

5. LOGITECH 943

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PEN DRIVE or FLASH DRIVE : HOW TO CHOOSE IT

Pen drive or USB flash drives are must-have gadgets in today’s Era. Everybody wants to own it. However, Cloud storage is a new and innovative solution, But you cannot ignore the importance of USB pen drives.  So, let’s take a look at some important features that every buyer should know before owning it.

WHAT IS A PEN DRIVE  

A Pen drive is a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated USB interface. It is also known as various names like  USB flash drive, thumb drive, gig stick, flash stick, jump drive, and disk key.

SONY 16 GB FLASH DRIVE
SONY 16 GB FLASH DRIVE

Pen drive is usually rewritable, removable and much smaller than an optical disc. it is often used for data back- up, storage and transfer of computer files.

Pen drives are faster, smaller, more durable and have more capacity compared to floppy disks and CDs.

KEY FEATURES OF A PEN DRIVE

 Usually, whenever anybody thinks about pen drive than most significant feature is capacity. But, there are some more important features like speed, technology, durability, and security, which every buyer should know.

STORAGE CAPACITY

Pen drives are available in different sizes from 1 GB to 2 TB (2000 GB). So this feature totally depends upon the user’s requirement. But one should always buy a bigger size pen drive than it’s needed.

SAPPHIRE VAULT 2 TB FLASH DRIVE
SAPPHIRE VAULT 2 TB FLASH DRIVE

However, Cost of a pen drive increases as per the capacity of the drive. So the user must evaluate the storage requirement to avoid over expense.

DATA SECURITY

it is also a vital feature for the protection of your valuable data. Many pen drives offer data security with password protection or fingerprint scanner.

EAGET FU5 FINGER PRINT ENCRYPTION FLASH DRIVE
EAGET FU5 FINGER PRINT ENCRYPTION FLASH DRIVE

As the Pen drives are very much smaller and can be lost easily. So it is must to have a pen drive with protection feature to avoid any data breach.

DATA TRANSFER TECHNOLOGY

this is the feature that decides the speed of data transfer. Usually, there are two technology USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 supported pen drives available in the market.  USB 3.0 is faster than USB 2.0. However, to make optimum use of USB 3.0 technology, your computer USB ports should be USB 3.0 compatible. otherwise, you will not get the full data transfer speed.

USB 3.0 can transfer at 640 MBPS but USB 2.0 can transfer at 60 MBPS. it means USB 3.0 is 10 times faster than USB 2.0 technology.

However, USB 3.0 is costlier than USB 2.0 drives.

DURABILITY  and WARRANTY

Pen drives should be of the strong physical body to use for longer life span. A pen drive can fail due to its eject or mount failures and electrical component failures during communication with the computer. To avoid such problems, a user must buy pen drives from reputable manufacturers.

SAMSUNG METAL FLASH DRIVE
SAMSUNG METAL FLASH DRIVE

one should prefer pen drives with a warranty to use it for longer life spans. A pen drive can be written to ranging 2,000 to 1 lac times before failure.

Conclusion

So now we have enough information regarding various features of a pen drive. hence, it is easier to make a choice of pen drive as per our need and budget. below here we are listing our top pen drives if you want our recommendation.

TOP PEN DRIVES OF 2019

1. CORSAIR FLASH SURVIVOR 16 GB USB 3.0

2. SANDISK ULTRA BACK UP 32 GB

3. CORSAIR PEN VOYAGER MINI 64 GB USB 3.0

4. KINGSTON DATA TRAVELER 2000 32 GB SECURED USB 3.0

5. TRANSCEND JETFLASH 520 32 GB USB 2.0

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HARD DRIVE: HOW TO CHOOSE IT | MUST KNOW THINGS OF HDD

Hard Drive is an important part of your computer. To buy an External Hard  Drive is not an easy task from so much of options available today. So we are discussing below here about the basic & important features that should consider before buying it.

Definition – “A Hard Disk Drive is a hardware device that stores all digital content like – Pictures, Movies, Videos, Files,& Programs, etc. A Hard  Drive can be internal or external.”

A Hard Disk Drive capacity is expressed in terms of Megabytes (MB), Gigabytes (GB) and Terabytes (TB).

Cost of a Hard Disk Drive is directly related to its capacity. that means higher the capacity and more costly the drive.

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Type of Hard Drive

There are mainly 2 types of Hard Disk Drives – 1. Hard Disk Drive (HDD) 2. Solid State Drive (SSD). Let’s discuss each & every parameter in detail to understand the basic difference from its.

SEAGATE HDD
SEAGATE HDD
HARD DISK DRIVE (HDD) SOLID STATE DRIVE (SSD)
Consist of moving parts & store data using magnetism technology. Do not consist of moving parts & do not store data using magnetism, instead use of flash memory technology.
Lesser durability Higher durability
Higher power consumption Lower power consumption
High access time & latency Low access time & latency
More vulnerable to shock Less vulnerable to shock
Slower data access Faster data access
Higher noise of operation Lower noise of operation
Less expensive per gigabytes More expensive per gigabytes
Best for long term data storage Best to run an operating system & need frequent access to files or programs
Bigger in Size Smaller in Size
SEAGATE SSD
SEAGATE SSD

Key Parameters of hard disk drive

Generally, we all relate the hard drives for its capacity only like 1 TB or 2 TB. But there are more important features like speed, durability, interface, portability, size, cache memory, etc which every buyer should know.

So that a user could do best buying decision of hard drive as per their need. Let’s dive into the world of important features of hard drive and try to find out ours that we need most.

Storage Capacity

This is the most important feature before buying any hard drive. it is generally expressed in TBs (Terabytes)nowadays. this basically depends upon your need.

For a normal user, 512 GB to 2 GB HDDs storage is sufficient to store all the digital content. Hard drives are available in the market from ranging 1 TB to 16 GB generally.

Transfer Speed

it is expressed in terms of RPM (revolutions per minute). higher RPM means faster data transfer from and to the drive.

7200 RPM HDD is good, but 10,000 RPM HDD is better.

Buffer or Cache

Buffer or Cache generally, Buffer means memory in computer language. it defines memory storage on the drive in need to transfer data from one section to another.

larger the buffer means faster data transfer. most HDDs have buffer ranging from 8 MB to 256 MB.

In addition to that, a large buffer or cache leads to higher cost.

Security Feature

if your data is too much sensitive, then encryption of data is a must. there are many drives compatible with software encryption solutions.

But if a user required more safety than there are also drives available with hardware encryption having a physical security system like pin code.

Durable & Portable

a solid-state drives are considered more durable compared to hard disk drives due to its small structure and design. as SSD has no moving parts which make them more durable. Hence having good portability also.

Although HDDs are also available in small size from some companies but are too much costlier.

But Some models in HDDs also consider being more durable nowadays.

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MTBF  and MTTR

MTBF  is a technical term and refers to mean time between failure. it is the measurement of reliability of a device. all devices are having large MTBF nowadays.

MTTR refers to the mean time to repair and defines the average time to repair the drives. generally, it has a low impact on your buying decision of a hard drives.

Shock Rating

it is rated in gravities (G) for a hard disk drives to measure the level of shock. All modern Hard drives are resistant enough to damage if dropped lightly. it is also not a must feature to consider in buying. But we have mentioned it for your information.

Conclusion

Now we know all the important features and parameters of a hard disk drives. Hence it is quite easier for anyone to make the right choice of the hard disk drives as per the budget. hope you enjoy the article and feel free to connect with us for any query of the above information.

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1. FANTOM DRIVES 12TB USB 3.0/3.1 ALUMINIUM CASE

2. LaCie 4TB THUNDERBOLT USB 3.0

3. WESTERN DIGITAL WD 20TB USB 3.1

4. SAMSUNG T5 2TB USB 3.1 SSD

5. WD PASSPORT 2TB USB 3.0

6. WD BOOK STUDIO 1TB USB 2.0

7. SILICON POWER 5TB ARMOR USB 3.0

8. TOSHIBA CANVIO 500 GB SLIM

9. TRANSCEND 2TB USB 3.0

10. SEAGATE BACKUP PLUS 8TB USB 3.0

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HOW TO SELECT A DIGITAL CAMERA | TOP 10 DIGITAL CAMERAS

Digital Camera is too much popular nowadays. To select the best digital camera is not an easy task due to various models with a lot of features. Therefore, here we are discussing important features to select the best digital camera as per your need.

Generally, there are 3 types of digital cameras available in the market – 1. DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex ) 2. Point- and- Shoot or Compact  3. Mirrorless. Hence we will discuss each & every aspect of above all cameras in an easy manner to understand.

TYPE OF DIGITAL CAMERA

1. DSLR Digital Camera –

These cameras are bulkier in size and having mainly two parts – 1. the body 2. the lens. the lenses are interchangeable. these cameras also known for the best quality photos due to the lens quality. So the quality of the image will be as good as the lens quality.

NIKON DSLR CAMERA
NIKON DSLR CAMERA

In DSLRs, you can capture better low light noise performance and background blur (also known as bokeh mode ) due to its large sensor. you can also check your final image idea due to its mirror feature.

DSLRs Cameras are costlier than Compact and Mirrorless cameras.

DSLRs Cameras are perfect for Hobbyist and professional photographer due to variety in high-quality lenses and complete control on images. These Cameras are best suitable for action and sports photography due to its continuous and tracking autofocus modes.

NORMAL PRICE RANGE Rs. 25,000 to 4,00,000

2. Point-and-Shoot or Compact Digital Camera –

These cameras are smaller in size and very easy to use. it provides low-quality output image compared to DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras. But overall provides a better image compared to many smartphones. and also has no manual controls over output image.

CANON POINT & SHOOT CAMERA
CANON POINT & SHOOT CAMERA

Compact Cameras are also not capable to capture a good image of moving objects. Although it is best for traveling due to its compact design.

Compact cameras are perfect for occasional photography or can be used by anyone comfortably. These cameras are cheaper than DSLRs & Mirrorless cameras. Hence,it is best for beginners.

NORMAL PRICE RANGE Rs. 10,000 to 20,000

3. Mirrorless Digital Camera –

These Cameras are smaller than DSLRs Cameras due to the nonexistence of mirror structure. it is also known as Mirrorless Interchangeable-lens cameras (MILC). it also has interchangeable lenses.

SONY MIRROLESS CAMERA
SONY MIRROLESS CAMERA

These Cameras offer a bit lower image quality than DSLRs Cameras but still producing high-quality images. Mirrorless Cameras are typically lower on battery life than DSLRs cameras.

Mirrorless Cameras are almost similar to DSLRs Cameras in the price range. These Cameras are quite easier in traveling than DSLRs Cameras. Also best for professional photographers and Travelers. 

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 KEY SPECIFICATIONS OF A DIGITAL CAMERA

 A Digital Camera has many specifications to consider before buying. Below here we are going to discuss important features of a Digital Camera.

1. MEGAPIXEL –

it refers to total no. of pixels in an image and also defines the resolution of a Camera. Although it is the most considered feature in terms of the quality of an image. most people think more megapixel means more quality image. But Image quality also depends on the size of the sensor inside the camera.

Therefore you can see much difference in the image quality of the two same megapixel cameras due to its sensor size. A bigger sensor can pick more light which results in a better image whether it is daylight or night.

2.  ISO –

it is the measurement of a camera’s sensitivity to light. it is usually recommended to keep ISO as low as possible to capture the highest quality images from your camera.

Lower ISO means less sensitive your camera is to light and finer the film grain. and produce better color and dynamic range images.

However , Higher ISO means more sensitive your camera is to light and more film grain. Therefore, results in a more noisy image. Higher ISO settings generally used for situations like – fast moving objects in low light, low light or no flash zone events or in darker conditions.

3. SHUTTER SPEED –

it refers to the length of time when the digital sensor is exposed to light. it also describes how slowly or quickly the camera shutter opens or closes. it controls the sharpness and creative effects of your photos.

you can neglect camera shake and motion blur by using faster shutter speed. As per rule, you should use a minimum shutter speed of 1/ focal length.

4. APERTURE –

it refers to ” the opening in a lens through which light travels to enter the camera”. you can vary the size of the aperture to allow less or more light to your camera sensor. it is a very important setting in photography because it can change the depth of field and exposure in an image.

Larger the Aperture means a large amount of background blur in the image and also resulting in the brighter photograph.

Smaller the Aperture means a small amount of background blur in the image and also resulting in the darker photograph.

In addition, it is expressed as an f-number, such as f/1.2 or f/2.

5. ERGONOMICS –

it refers to how a camera is designed and how difficult or easy controls of a camera have or how good is the overall handling of a camera.

However, main important features for good ergonomics are camera size, weight, durability, and easy navigation of the menu system. Make sure, your camera should be comfortable in your hand.

 6. IMAGE STABILIZATION –

it is a technique used to reduce the blurriness of photos by moving the camera lens automatically to compensate the camera movement.

there are mainly two types of Stabilization techniques – 1. Optical Image Stabilization 2. Electronic Image Stabilization

OPTICAL IMAGE STABILIZATION ELECTRONIC IMAGE STABILIZATION
It is a purely mechanical solution achieved by adjusting the optical path to the image sensor It uses a complex algorithm for improving image quality and relies only on software.
The camera module is bigger and expensive. The camera module is smaller and cheaper.
Does not crop the frame. Frame cropping requires.
Higher Image quality. Reduced image quality.

7. VIEWFINDER –

it is a technique from that,  the photographer looks through to compose or to focus the image in a camera. A viewfinder is preferred over LCD screen in bright sunlight. In addition ,it is also mainly two types- optical viewfinder and electronic viewfinder.

The optical viewfinder is used in DSLRs Cameras in which the image captured by the lens is reflected from the mirror. it generates a high-quality possible image and also don’t drain the battery.

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However, The electrical viewfinder is used mainly in Mirrorless Cameras in which the image captured by the lens is projected electronically to an LCD screen. it is great for dim light or night photography. it can check the exposure, focus and color settings while shooting.

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1. NIKON D5 1558 20.8 MP DSLR CAMERA

2. FUJIFILM GFX 50S 51.4 MP MIRROLESS CAMERA

3. NIKON D850 45.7 MP CAMERA

4. NIKON Z7 45.7 MP CAMERA

5. CANON EOS 5D 30.4 MP DSLR CAMERA

6. OLYMPUS PEN E-PL9 16 MP COMPACT CAMERA

7. CANON EOS R 30.3 MIRRORLESS CAMERA

8. SONY A7 24.2 MP MIRRORLESS CAMERA

9. SONY CYBERSHOT DSC-RX100M4 20.1 MP DIGITAL CAMERA

10. SAMSUNG NX MINI 20.5 MP COMPACT CAMERA

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