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11 अगस्त 2019

10:28 am

How To Add Your Blog In Google Search Console / Google Search Console में अपना ब्लॉग कैसे जोड़ें

Google खोज कंसोल (पहले Google वेबमास्टर टूल के रूप में जाना जाता है) Google द्वारा मुफ्त में प्रदान किए गए ऑनलाइन पेशेवर वेब टूल का एक संग्रह है।  GSC आपको Google खोज परिणामों के लिए अपनी वेबसाइट का प्रबंधन करने में मदद करता है।  जीएससी में खोज उपस्थिति, खोज ट्रैफ़िक एनालिटिक, त्रुटि जाँच, वेबसाइट सुधार सुझाव और बहुत कुछ शामिल हैं।More

चरण 1. https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools पर जाएं और फिर अपने Google खाते के साथ लॉग इन करें।
 चरण 2. दिए गए क्षेत्र में अपना ब्लॉग पता दर्ज करें।
How To Add Your Blog In Google Search Console

😎कस्टम डोमेन उपयोगकर्ताओं के लिए: http://www.example.com आप http के बजाय https का उपयोग कर सकते हैं यदि आपने अपने डोमेन रजिस्ट्रार से एसएसएल खरीदा है।
😎 सामान्य ब्लॉगर उपयोगकर्ताओं के लिए: http://www.example.blogspot.com आप http के बजाय https का भी उपयोग कर सकते हैं क्योंकि ब्लॉगर अपने उप-डोमेन के लिए एसएसएल को निःशुल्क प्रदान करता है।

नोट: यदि आप https का उपयोग कर रहे हैं तो सुनिश्चित करें कि सेटिंग> बेसिक> HTTPS में https रीडायरेक्ट 'ऑन' है

 चरण 3. यदि आपने उसी Google खाते का उपयोग उस खोज कंसोल में लॉग इन करने के लिए किया है जो ब्लॉगर खाते से जुड़ा था तो आपका ब्लॉग स्वचालित रूप से सत्यापित हो जाएगा।
How To Add Your Blog In Google Search Console

चरण 4. "अभी नहीं" पर क्लिक करें।
 नोट: यदि आपको वेबसाइट के स्वामी के रूप में सत्यापित नहीं किया गया है तो आप वैकल्पिक दिए गए तरीकों का उपयोग कर सकते हैं।

बहुत बढ़िया!
 अब आपने अपना सर्च कंसोल अकाउंट सफलतापूर्वक बना लिया है और अपने ब्लॉग को इसके साथ जोड़ लिया है।  ऊपर दिए गए ट्यूटोरियल से संबंधित किसी भी मुद्दे के लिए नीचे टिप्पणी करें।  रहो अपडेट, ब्राउज़ करें ngallinone

SEO में Backlinks क्या हैं और Backlinks के क्या फायदे हैं?
😎how to set ads.txt file in blogger?

30 दिसंबर 2018

10:25 pm

What is Adsense And how to Apply for Adsense after creating Blog ?



Everyone wants to make money by making a blog. But if you also want to earn money from blogs and be a new blogger, then wait a bit for this and see what are the drawbacks in your blog. So in this post we will tell you how to Apply for Adsense after creating "Blog.This mistake happens to many people and I also had these mistakes. After creating the blog and apply for Adsense after writing 2-3 post in it.

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So often the new blogger does this so that Adsense gets 100% Disapprove. Those who are a new blogger, would like to say to them that do not wish for the fruits before working hard. After creating a blog, do not think that making money from a blog, rather think that the blog is a success and can be successful only by hard work.


What is Adsense?

Adsense is an Advertising Network. This is a service from Google. It gives you money to click on ads. You will need a blog to earn money from Adsense. You have to add Adsense Ads code to your blog and you'll add an adsense code to that place and Ad will show up on your ads and whenever any visitor clicks these ads, you will have an income. Apart from this, you can make money by uploading videos on Youtube and putting Adsense Ads in it.

What is Adsense ? And how to Apply for Adsense after creating Blog ?
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If you do not know much about Adsense, then we can tell you that the rules of Adsense are very strict. If there is a decrease in your site then your adsense account will be disapproved.


When to Apply for Adsense after Creating a Blog?

Now you are going to tell you some tips that you can follow by following Adsense Account.
What is Adsense ? And how to Apply for Adsense after creating Blog ?
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1.Traffic
It is very important that the traffic of your blog is good. Your blog should have Daily pageviews of Google minimum 500, then you can apply for Adsense. I suggest you first increase traffic to your website then apply for Adsense.
2.content
The information that you share in your blog is called content. Your blog should have minimum 20 posts and each post should have no fewer than 1000 words. Your post should be written by you, meaning 100% should be original.
3.Author Talent
When you apply for Adsense, the Adsense team reviews your blog and sees how it is written in the post you wrote. And he will try to get all the information about you.
4.create sitemap
Create a sitemap for your blog. Submit it to popular search engines. This will index your site in search engines and traffic will be high. When you get more traffic from the search engine such as the minimum 500 Daily visitors with search engine, you understand that your Adsense account will not take time to be approved.
What is Adsense ? And how to Apply for Adsense after creating Blog ?
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5.SEO
Before applying for Adsense, submit it to Google, Yahoo, and Yandex in a search engine. This will increase traffic to your blog and soon Adsense will be approved. I have seen so many success blogger and high adsense earner bloggers who just follow SEO. If you are a blogger you need to know more about SEO. If you do not know much about SEO then you can read related post from SEO.
6.blog design
It's good if your blog's design is simple. So fast loading and good to see. And add some necessary widgets to it too. You may have seen many such blogs in which Design is very colorful but you must have seen also how slow loading time is.
7.Bounce rate
Bounce rate means how long your visitors stay in your site, how much they appreciate the information you give them. Your site's bounce rate should be low. I have written a post about it


You can learn this easily by following this post and reducing the bounce rate.

8. Global & traffic rank
Your blog's Global rank should be good and your site's traffic rank is also very good. If you want to know the traffic rank of your blog, if your blog has been verified in Alexa then you can go to Alexa's site and find your site and check its global and traffic rank.
9.Copyright
All posts in the blog should be written by you. Meaning that the content you put in the blog should not be copied from it and if you use the image in the blog then it should also be made or edited by you. If the Adsense team gets any content copyright in your blog, Adsense will be disapproved.
10. Some Pages
It is very important to have some necessary pages in your blog. Like it is important to have About us, Privacy and Policy, contact us and Disclaimer Page.


If you do not create these pages then Adsense will have trouble knowing about you so that they can disapprove your account.


I hope you enjoy this information. If you have any problem in this, tell me in comment and share this post in social media so that your friends can also take advantage of this post.




1:15 am

Punjab- history and culture,indian state

Punjab
Punjab- history and culture,indian state
Punjab map

Punjab is the richest state in the country. It is also called the house of Sikhism. Chandigarh city is the capital of Punjab. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people of Punjab and it has been an important contributor to the state's economy. In most areas of Punjab, the people of Sikhism live, which originated from the education of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak. Most of the people of Hindu religion live in the state but here too there are enough people of Muslim religion. Christians and Christians of Jain religion also live in some places in the state.

There are 22 districts in the state of Punjab. Punjab has been divided into three areas namely Malwa, Me and Doaba. Punjabi is the official language of Punjab.Dance of state of Punjab
Punjab- history and culture,indian state
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Bhangra: Bhangra is a type of dance and music, which originated from the Punjab region.

The main thing about Punjabi cuisine is the diverse range of dishes. Ghee is used in a large quantity of dishes here. Some of the famous Punjabi dishes include Makki the Roti, Sarason da Sag, Shami Kabab, Tandoori Chicken, etc.
Punjab- history and culture,indian state
Punjabi cuisine

There are many tourist places in the state of Punjab. While all these places are set up in the diverse cities of the state. Some of these famous tourist sites are:

Punjab- history and culture,indian state
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Golden Temple (Amritsar)
Jagatjit Palace (Kapurthala)
Rock garden (chandigarh)
Bire Fat Tiger Reserve (Patiala)
Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum (Ludhiana)
Bathinda Zoological Park (Bathinda)
Shaheed-e-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh Museum (Jalandhar)
Noorpur Fort (Pathankot)

29 दिसंबर 2018

7:29 am

How to YouTube video direct see on a blogger ?

How to direct YouTube video see your blogger ?
Easy step use,

Friend you see your Facebook on and any log on and any website on YouTube videos direct play , you know how type play that video ? Ok friend so today we are learn direct YouTube video play our blogger on
         
How to direct YouTube video see your blogger ?
 Follow  this steps
         
1. Go your YouTube video manager and edit your video
2.go video down and click Shere option
3.and see ambed option so you click and copy link

4.go your blog post and add new post and click HTML option on click
5.html bar in your copy link pest there after you show preview
6.after back your post on and publish your post
Now you see your blog on completely show directly YouTube video on a blogger

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26 दिसंबर 2018

11:22 am

history of Tharad banaskantha, border taluka of Gujarat










Tharad


          Tharad (historically known as Thirpur) is a town in Tharad taluka in the Banaskanthadistrict of the state of Gujarat in India. It is the administrative center of Tharad taluka. Tharad is near the border of Gujarat, 40 km from the border with Pakistan and 15 km from the Indian state of Rajasthan. The town was a princely state ruled by the Vaghela Rajputs,and the majority of its population follow the religion of Hinduism. Its main industries are agriculture and diamond polishing. It is one of the first major towns in Gujarat on National Highway 15.



HistoryEdit

The verse, dohra, about the founding of Tharad, states that in 115 (S. 171) Tharpar Parmar, leaving Shripur or Bhinmal in Marwad, went to the west and established the city of Tharad. The town continued in the hands of the Parmars till the tenth century, when it was taken by Chaulukya king Mularaja(rc. 940 – c. 995– ).[3]
Tharad is said to have originally belonged to Parmar Rajputs, and many Parmars of the Suvar and Kalma clans were found in subordinate positions in the Tharad villages during British period.[4]
According to a Jain account, the last of the Parmar line became a convert to the Jainism, and resigned his chiefdom to his sister's son, the Chauhan Saregogji Ratansingji of Nadol, an ancestor of the Rana of Vav, in 1275 (Samvat 1331).[3] Others say that the Chauhan killed his maternal uncle and usurped the chiefdom. The Chauhans, with the title of Rana, ruled at Tharad for about six generations, till, in the reign of Rana Punjaji, they were attacked by the Muslims, their capital stormed, and their chief slain. Another account says that the Chauhan Rajputs were driven out by the Rathods of Jodhpur, who were succeeded by the Muslims in fifteenth century.[4]
Henceforward Tharad was held by Muslim rulers and for several generations a family with the patronymic Multani ruled as proprietors, Jagirdars, and commandants, Thandars. As civil administrators of an isolated crown holding, they were invested with the title of Diwan which was continued during British period.[5]
This Muslim conquest probably took place in the reign, either of Muhammad Shahab-ud-din Ghori (1174-1206) or of Kutbud-din Aibak(1206-1210). In the later monarch's reign, the change of capital from Lahore to Delhi, and his numerous wars, made the Multani family's position very difficult. That they were able to hold their own was due to the aid of a family of Naiks, who, originally Chauhans, had become converts to Islam. In return for their services, the Naik family received the grant of several villages which they held till British period. At this time the smaller estates were chiefly in the hands of vassals of the Gohiland Parmar clans. Kubhara and Ledan were held by Chauhans; Duva, Roha, and Tithgam by the Bhildia Vaghelas of Bhildigad ; Eta and other villages by the descendants of Chibdia Brahmans who held them from the Rathods of Kanauj, and the rest by owners of whom scarce a trace remains.[5]
After the Muslim conquest of Tharad, the wife of Rana Punjaji, a Sodhi by caste, fled with her infant son to her father's house at Parkar. On growing up, her son Vajoji, returning to Tharad in 1244 built a stepwellvav, and, successfully beating off the attacks of the Multanis, took the title of Rana, and, after his well, called his town Vav. His descendants rule there till British period. Compared with that of the Multani family, the cause of the Vav Rana was popular, and though for fear of drawing on themselves the army of the Patan governor, they dared not attempt to win back Tharad, they slowly spread their rule over many of the smaller holdings, and built up a fairly powerful chiefdom. Their cadets gradually won back many of the Tharad holdings, turning out the Gohil Suvar and Kalma Rajputs, but continuing to hold their estates from Tharad whose ruler they probably propitiated with gifts, nazaranas. In this way most of the smaller Tharad fiefs fell into the hands of Nadola Chauhans, cadets of the Vav house or of the old Ranas of Tharad by whom they are still held.[6]
On the rise of the Gujarat Sultanate (1403), the Multani family became their vassals. Later on Fateh Khan Baloch, one of the chief Gujarat nobles, held Tervada and Radhanpur, ousting the Multani family who sank into obscurity, and hold only the Tharad village of Kothigam by the end of British period.[7]
When, about 1700, the Jhalori family were driven from Jhalor and settled at Palanpur, Firoz Khan Jhalori obtained the chief power at Tharad. This lasted only a short time. About 1730, Tharad was given to Jawan Mard Khan Babi of Radhanpur State. Very soon after, when Abhaysinh of Jodhpur (1730 - 1737) was Viceroy, the Babi was turned out, and in his place a deputy was stationed at Tharad.[7]
The next ruler of Tharad was Chauhan Jetmalji, a cadet of the Vav house, who established himself there in 1736. In the following year, Rana Vajrajji, the head of the Vav house, fearing that Jetmalji might prove a dangerous rival, invited Bahadur Khan of Palanpur to oust him. Bahadur Khan agreed, and, driving out Jetmalji, kept the chiefship in his own hands. Within a few years (about 1740), the district was given either as an estate, jaghirdari, or as a charge, faujdari, to Nawab Kamal-ud-din Khan, till, in 1759, he handed it over to Vaghela Kanji, chief of Morvada, one of the supporters of the Babi family. This Kanji belonged to the Sardhara branch of the Vaghela tribe who took their name from the conquest of Sardhargadh in Saurashtra. This fortress, conquered by Vaghela Muluji from Churasam Bhim, was held by the Vaghelas for three generations. Then Vaghela Lunaji was expelled by Vibhojt, the head of the Jadeja house of Rajkot. Lunaji conquered Radhanpur, Varihi, Khorda, Santalpur, and Gidi in Kutch. In 1479 (Samvat1535) one of his descendants, Rana Visal Dev, conquered Morvada, slaying its Chavad chief Magaji, and since then Kanji's forefathers have held Morvada.[7]
Kanji, before his death (1786), succeeded in making himself independent of his former patron. He was succeeded by his brother Harbhamji. About this time (1819), Tharad being much harassed and almost unpeopled by the raids of Khosas and other desert plunderers, the chief Harbhamji approached the British. In 1820, after the Khosas bad been driven out, the chief entered into an agreement with the British and Gaekwad on the 14th February 1821 and became protectorate. In 1823 Harbhamji died and was succeeded by Karansing.[8] In 1859 Karansing died and was succeeded by Khengarsing. Khengarsig died in 1892 and was succeeded by Abhaising who died in 1910. His successor Daulatsinh ruled from 1910 to 1921 when he died. Bimsinhji succeeded him and ruled until independence of India in 1947.
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Tharad was under Palanpur Agency of Bombay Presidency, which in 1925 became the Banas Kantha Agency. After Independence of India in 1947, Bombay Presidency was reorganized in Bombay State. When Gujarat state was formed in 1960 from Bombay State, it fell under Banaskanth








25 दिसंबर 2018

2:42 pm

Bharat ratna dr. B R Ambedker, developer of Indian constitution


DR B R AMBEDKAR


It takes courage to break free from the shackles of social inequality. It takes enormous amounts of courage to believe that things can change. It takes a leader to fight these inequalities and establish a new social order. Babasaheb Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was a scholar, a social reformer and a leader who dedicated his life to eradicating social inequality in India. He established an India of equals, a country which provided greater opportunities for people who were historically disadvantaged. Babasaheb’s family was from the Mahar community and came from the Ambavade town of Mandangad taluka in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. However, he was born in the military cantonment town of Mhow, now in Madhya Pradesh on 14 April 1891 as his father was then a Subedar Major with the Mahar Regiment of the Indian Army. He went to a government school where children from lower castes, regarded as untouchables, were segregated and given little attention or assistance by the teachers and not allowed to sit inside the classroom.

           Students from the community had to go without water if the peon did not report for duty. In 1894, Babasaheb's family moved to Satara in Maharashtra, and his mother passed away shortly after their family moved to Satara. His teacher Mahadev Ambedkar, a Brahmin, was fond of him and changed his surname from 'Ambavadekar' to his own surname 'Ambedkar' in school records.

       In 1897, Babasaheb’s family moved to Bombay. He married Ramabai in 1906 when he was 15 and Ramabai nine years old.

          This however, did not deter him in his academic pursuits as he passed the matriculation examination in 1907 and entered the Elphinstone College the following year,

becoming the first person from an untouchable community to do so. By 1912, he obtained his degree in Economics and Political Science from Bombay University and took up employment with the government of the princely state of Baroda. This opened up new avenues for Babasaheb as he got an opportunity to pursue his post-graduation at the Columbia University in the United States in 1913 through a Baroda State Scholarship instituted by the Gayakwad of Baroda awarding £11.50 (Sterling) per month for three years.

         He passed his MA exam in June 1915 majoring in Economics, with Sociology, History, Philosophy and Anthropology as other subjects of study; he presented a thesis ‘Ancient Indian Commerce’. In 1916 he offered another MA thesis, ‘National Dividend of India - A Historic and Analytical Study’. On 9 May, he read his paper ‘Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development’ before a seminar conducted by the anthropologist Alexander Goldenweiser. In October 1916 he studied for the Bar examination at Gray's Inn, and enrolled at the London School of Economics where he started work on a doctoral thesis. In June 1917 he was obliged to go back to India as the term of his scholarship from Baroda ended, however he was given permission to return and submit his thesis within four years. He was appointed as Military Secretary to the Gaekwads of Baroda but had to quit within a short time, pushing him into financial hardship. In 1918 he became Professor of Political Economy in the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Bombay and though he was very popular with his students, he had to face discrimination from his colleagues. It was during this period that Babasaheb started taking greater interest in politics as he was invited to testify before the Southborough Committee, which was preparing the Government of India Act 1919. During this hearing he argued for creating separate electorates and reservations for untouchables and other religious communities. In 1920, he began publication of the weekly Mooknayak in Mumbai with the help of Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj, Maharaja of Kolhapur. A social reformer, the Maharaja played a pioneering role in opening up education and employment to people of all castes. Babasaheb continued to fight for justice for the untouchables in the years that followed, as a practicing lawyer and as a social reformer. By 1927, he decided to launch active movements against untouchability and espousing access to public drinking water resources and the right to enter Hindu temples. He led a satyagraha in Mahad to fight for the right of the untouchable community to draw water from the main water tank of the town. He was appointed to the Bombay Presidency Committee to work with the Simon Commission in 1925. While the Commission had faced protests across India and its report was largely ignored, Babasaheb himself wrote a separate set of constitutional recommendations for the future. Babasaheb was invited to attend the Second Round Table Conference in London in 1932 but Mahatma Gandhi was opposed to a separate electorate for untouchables as this would split the nation. In 1932, the British announced a Communal Award of a separate electorate, Gandhi ji protested by fasting while imprisoned in the Yerwada Central Jail of Poona. This resulted in an agreement widely known as the Poona Pact in which Gandhi ji ended his fast and Babasaheb dropped his demand for a separate electorate. Instead, a certain number of seats were reserved specifically for the ‘Depressed Class’. In 1935, Babasaheb was appointed principal of the Government Law College in Mumbai and continued in that position for two years. He lost his wife Ramabai during this period and this marked the beginning of an important chapter in Babasaheb’s life. On 13 October that year, he announced his intention to convert to a different religion and exhorted his followers to leave Hinduism while speaking at the Yeola Conversion Conference in Nasik and repeated his message all through the country. In 1936, Babasaheb Ambedkar founded the Independent Labour Party, which contested the 1937 Bombay election to the Central Legislative Assembly for the 13 reserved and 4 general seats, securing 11 and 3 seats respectively. He served on the Defence Advisory Committee and the Viceroy's Executive Council as minister for Labour during this period. This is also the period when Babasaheb wrote extensively on the condition of Dalits and the caste system in Hindu society.In the same year, Ambedkar published his book 'Annihilation of Caste' (destruction of caste system) on 15 May 1936, which was based on a paper in his New York. In this book, Ambedkar strongly criticized Hindu religious leaders and caste system. He strongly condemned the congressional decision of Harijan Pukaran, written by Gandhi, to the people of the untouchables. Later, in the BBC interview of 1955, he accused Gandhi of supporting caste system in letters of his Gujarati language and opposing caste system in English language letters.

During this period, Babasaheb renamed his party as the Scheduled Castes Federation which later evolved into the Republican Party of India. He was initially elected to the Constituent Assembly from Bengal but his seat went to Pakistan following the Partition of India. He was subsequently elected from the Bombay Presidency in place of a senior jurist Jaykar, ahead of Shri GV Mavalankar.
    
Indiabecame an Independent nation on 15 August, 1947 and Babasaheb Ambedkar was appointed as the Union Law Minister and Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee, which was given the responsibility to write India's new Constitution. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s text provided constitutional guarantees and protections for a wide range of civil liberties for individual citizens, including freedom of religion, the abolition of untouchability and the outlawing of all forms of discrimination. Granville Austin described the Indian Constitution as 'first and foremost a social document'. He argued for equality and also won wide support for introducing a system of reservations of jobs for members of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in the civil services, schools and colleges. This was aimed at providing a voice to people who had suffered grave injustices through centuries. The Constituent Assembly formally approved the draft Constitution on 26 November 1949 and Babasaheb’s greatest work, the Indian Constitution, became our way of life on 26 January 1950. Struggle was a part of Babasaheb’s life as he had to work hard for everything he achieved. While he is remembered for his relentless crusade for a new social order, the Indian nation shall always remain indebted to him for giving us a Constitution that defines our core values as a nation. He was the man who made us a nation of equals. 
Jay bhimrav Ambedker