Pratyaksha "Tute Vaad Sanvaaad Toh Hitakari"


The Aim of Pratyaksha is to follow the middle path for the benefit of our country without getting involved in any disputes. Pratyaksha, apart from the daily news, covers features of various genres, including business, finance, sports, vocational guidance, health, personal care, music, history, ancient Indian culture and its relevance in today’s times, and spiritualism.

Through it columns, PRATYAKSHA very subtly yet transparently seeks to create an awareness amongst the people as much about their rights as about their responsibilities as citizens of this great country, not only towards self but also towards family, society and humanity at large. The articles published in Pratyaksha are not limited for that particular day.

We can use that information anytime. Herewith is in brief the information on the articles published in Pratyaksha.

1] Amrut Manthan :-In this section under ‘Sai Uvaccha’ stanzas from Shri Saisatcharitra are mention with their meanings.

2] June Jag Navi Nazar  :- In this section,cultures,lifestyles and wars of ancient times are discussed.

3) Bhaav Gangechya Kathi  :-In this section the Abhangas of Great Saint Tukarama and the chapters of Sartha Shri Ekenathi Bhagwat are described in simple and easy language.

4] Avati Bhavati : In this section important cities of the world are described. The cultural and geographical importance of that particular city in ancient times as well as in present scenario is also described.

5] Chitratil Farak Olkha (Spot the difference in the given pictures:- Two pictures with miniscule differences are given .We are suppose to spot them with our observatory skills. This sharpens our observation skills and we become alert in day-to-day life.

6] Aaj Lihaycha Jap  :- In this section, one Jap (Religious Hymn) is given to be written down. Writing increases our concentration and also what write we speak at least once. That’s why writing japa is beneficial to common humans like us with minimum concen
7] Vidnyan Jagat  :- In this section scientists and their inventions andalso Nobel laureates and their scientific work is described.

8] Dhyan and Darshan Chitra:- According to me, the purpose behind this section is to pray with full heart and concentration with the picture of God in front of us. In Dhyan Chitra we have to fill in colours as shown in Darshan Chitra and as per Aniruddha Bapu’s directions, coloring Dhyan Chitra is performing Lord’s Pooja itself.

9] International News  :- In this section news from across the globe and infact universe are discussed and analyzed in great detail .The information published under this section is used by Indian Home Department for referencing. Similarly IAS students refer Pratyaksha to study International politics.
10] Dehagram  :- This section is exclusively dedicated to human anatomy. It gives vivid descriptions of various ailments of the human body and how they can be treated medically as well as through food, behaviour and nature.

11] Nisargachi Gharghar  :-This section is specifically dedicated to a vast and complete spectrum of ecological issues. It covers the topic of Global Warming with meticulous study and thought.

12] Stock Market & Economics  :- This section deals with financial and economics of nations and individuals. It assist a lay man with how to earn money.

13] Rights and Previligus of Citizen as per Indian Constitution  :- This section has evolved out of the deepest thought and the concern for general public . Here we find very common general information pertinent to Indian law.

14] Vyaspeeth  :-This is the section ,reader get the chance to publish his/her view in Pratyaksha.So normal reader can express his/her view about Pratyaksha or about the society.Good suggestion are excepted in Pratyaksha to improve its way.

15] Editorial  :- Pratyaksha’s Executive Editor, Dr.Aniruddha Joshi’s editorial is not just informative but it is a guide which leads the misleaded society to the right path of life.
This Editorial not only adds on to the reader’s knowledge but it also helps them to take correct decisions in life.Similarly current scenario’s description is explained through this editorial.

P.P. Aniriddha Bapu’s Letter To Teachers….

दैनिक प्रत्यक्षने वाचकांना आपले विचार मांडण्यासाठी हक्काचे व्यासपीठ उपलब्ध करून दिल्यानंतर आता वाचकांच्या हक्काचे ‘काव्यपिठ’ देत आहे.

सर्वानी या संधीचा अवश्य फायदा उचलावा आणि आपली कविता महाराष्ट्रा पर्यन्त पोहचावी.


The unending misery and suffering of fellow citizens touched the heart of this Mahatma (great soul). His clothing was representative of his half-naked, starving brothers. For the sake of pathetic helpless, his hands reached out for a unique weapon – The Charkha

The wheel of charkha turned, gathered momemtum, fuelled by (drawing strenght from) the moral strength of this Mahatma.

That was the moment that the charkha became a symbol of the light for Indian independence as also a means of karmayog for the patriots. For the Indian, it is therefore a mark of commitment, devotion and sacrifice. But has it been reduced to a mere symbol and nothing more? Certainly not! The wheel of the Mahatma’s charkha is in fact gathering speed and spinning at reassuring and definite pace. A detailed overview, right from the struggle for independence to this moment of the social and the economic turns caused by the wheel of the charkha in ….

The New Year Special Issue of Dainik Pratyaksha’ that Traces a Journey’… The Charkha – All that it was, that it is and that it will be…

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