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How to install python

Open python's official website and download the latest python file according to your operating system.

After downloading complete install it as you install other programs.

To start python directly in Command Prompt open cmd and type "py" (without quotes) and hit enter.
and the python shell will be open.
to test a program write print("Hello World!") and hit enter.
this will print Hello World! on your screen.

To Start you can use cmd or the IDLE provided by Python itself.

Start IDLE from all programs and click on file then on new.
A new window will open where you will write your logic.
To test Write print("Hello world!") and save it to your desired location and then press F5 to run this program in the python shell.
Now you will see the out as Hello World! on your screen.
Happy coding.


Krishna - Indian mythological god. All Hindus or anyone who came across Hinduism must have listened the name once their life.
Shree Krishna was the 8th Avatar of The Almighty Lord Vishnu. Apart from being a god Krishna is also a spiritual leader who guided Arjuna in the epic battle of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna is known to be a mischievous kid as he used to stole butter from his mother and distribute among his friends. He educated everyone about devotion, dedication and love.

The Holy Bhagavad Gita is a book of learning that Krishna gave to Arjuna in his path of battle against evil. These are collected into 700 Verses each verse you can relate with your life. Whatever problem you are facing in life you can find the answer in The Geeta.

Let's have a look at 5 Learning you can take away from Shree Krishna's Life .

  1. Consider your Karma (Duty) as top priority
    Shree Krishna says :
    कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते मा फलेषु कदाचन |
    मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूर्मा ते
    सङ्गोऽस्त्वकर्मणि

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    Which means Do your duty and do not wish for fruitful outcomes, Enjoy the journey itself.
    In our day to day life we face these situations where we overthink a scenario and forget to enjoy the process.
    We should just focus on our duty and do our best, rest all become best. What is destined for us will come to us if we are on right path.

  2. Everything happens because of some reason
    Nothing in this world is happening without any context, there is always a reason behind everything that is happening with or around us. We need to look for the greater cause and move on with life.

  3. Control your Rage
    Anger leads to clouding of judgment, which results in bewilderment of the memory. When the memory is bewildered, the intellect gets destroyed; and when the intellect is destroyed, one is ruined.
    Anger affects you capability of judgement; in turn memory and intellect. Without intellect, a decision making gets affected. One who can control his anger is capable of controlling others.

  4. Never Give up what you love

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    Ever wondered why among all other gods only Krishna used a musical instrument - a flute. Because, that's a way of educating others to follow their passion.
    Lord Krishna, with a country to rule, a war to fight, demons to conquer and through various other commitments, still managed to inculcate the music he loved into his life. He never let his passion for music take a back seat on account of his commitments. He enjoyed playing his flute, mesmerizing those around him with lively tunes.

  5. Be a Feminist when required

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    Remember how Krishna stood for Draupadi when the Kauravas tried to violate her?
    Draupadi was stripped off her clothes and humiliated in front of the entire court. Her own husbands thought of her as a property they have lost in a game and didn’t move a muscle to protest. It was Krishna who stepped into the scene and presented her with a saree.

    You must stand up and revolt whenever you see women being objectified, used as commodities or being violated.
    The lesson is, it was not because he wanted to impress Draupadi. He acted so as to defend a woman’s dignity. He was acknowledged for his active involvement in defending women’s rights and that’s probably why he continues to reside in the hearts of women till date.




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Maa Katyayani is one of the nine forms of Goddess Durga, who is worshipped during the auspicious occasion of Navratri. Navratri is a nine-day festival celebrated in the Hindu religion, which is dedicated to worshipping the nine forms of Goddess Durga. The festival usually falls in the months of September or October, according to the Hindu calendar.


Maa Katyayani is believed to be the warrior goddess who rides a lion and is worshipped as the epitome of courage, power, and strength. The goddess is depicted with four arms, holding a sword, a lotus, and a mudra that symbolizes blessings and protection. She is often adorned with red clothes, and her complexion is said to be golden.


According to Hindu mythology, Maa Katyayani was born to a sage named Katyayan, who was an ardent devotee of Goddess Durga. As per the legend, the sage performed rigorous penance to please the goddess, and in return, she appeared before him in the form of his daughter. She is also believed to have manifested to slay the demon Mahishasura.


The story of Maa Katyayani goes back to the time when the demon Mahishasura had defeated the gods and taken control of the universe. The gods, unable to defeat the demon, approached Lord Vishnu for help, who advised them to seek the help of Goddess Parvati. Parvati, in response to their plea, took the form of Maa Katyayani to fight Mahishasura.


Maa Katyayani is depicted as a fierce warrior goddess, riding a lion and carrying weapons such as a sword, trident, and lotus. She is also known as the goddess of love and devotion, as she is believed to help devotees in finding their soulmates and overcome obstacles in their love lives.


During Navratri, devotees perform puja (worship) of Maa Katyayani, offering her flowers, fruits, and sweets. They also recite her mantras and sing hymns in her praise. It is believed that worshipping Maa Katyayani during Navratri helps in removing obstacles and achieving success in life.


Apart from Navratri, Maa Katyayani is also worshiped on Tuesdays and Fridays, as these are considered auspicious days for her worship. Devotees fast and offer prayers to Maa Katyayani on these days, seeking her blessings for a happy and prosperous life.


The worship of Maa Katyayani is believed to grant courage, strength, and the ability to overcome obstacles. Devotees offer prayers, perform rituals, and observe fasts during the nine-day festival of Navratri. They also offer flowers, sweets, and other items to the goddess and seek her blessings.


Maa Katyayani is also associated with the Manipura Chakra, which is believed to be the center of willpower and self-esteem. The worship of Maa Katyayani is said to activate this chakra, which in turn helps in developing self-confidence and the ability to make decisions


In conclusion, Maa Katyayani is a powerful and revered goddess in Hindu mythology, worshipped for her strength, courage, and love. Her devotees seek her blessings for success in all aspects of life, including love, marriage, and career. Her worship during Navratri and on auspicious days is believed to bring happiness, prosperity, and fulfillment to one's life.

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To install ubuntu first you need an ISO file of Ubuntu, Download it from here.

Next, after downloading the ISO file, you will need to write this ISO to USB, We will use Rufus bootable USB creator. Download it from here.

After downloading Rufus and installing and when you open it,  you will see this window.
























Select your USB drive, select the Ubuntu iso file which you downloaded and click on Start.

Note - All the data from the USB drive will clear after you click start, Make a backup of your files on the USB drive.

After some time Rufus will prompt when the USB drive is Ready to use for installing Ubuntu.

Note - Make sure your computer has One  Partition for Ubuntu installation. The minimum size of the installation is 25GB. Create a new Partition or use an existing one.

Plug your USB.
Now Restart your System.

From the list of given Computer / Laptop vendors - choose the key to press for booting With USB.
HP - press f9
Lenovo - press f2
Dell - press delete or F12

For others, ESC / f10 / f12 might help to open the boot menu.


After you successfully reached the boot screen and you see your  USB drive there, choose it.

Now you will see the Ubuntu start screen, Choose to install now.

Step 1. Select your preferences.

Step 2.  Prepare the Partitions.



After continue.

 Click on the desired partition and delete the partition.

Now click on Freed Disk (which you deleted earlier)
and click on +.
Now we will create 3 partitions by this freed Partition. 




Step 3 - Create root, swap, and home

The root is the area where Ubuntu will install.

swap is the virtual memory (size should double of RAm size).

home is the user's storage area, all downloads, and application installations will store here. 
We still can use windows data in Ubuntu but not vice versa.

Now click + to start making these partitions.



 Create the root directory (15 GB is good). (Input is Typed as MB, Make sure you converted to MB).



Now create a swap area (double of your RAM is good, 8000MB is best).



Create home partition Recommended to give all free space.



After all 3 partitions are created click on Install Now



Step 4 Follow the on-screen instructions.

After install successful, Ubuntu will ask you to Restart.
Unplug your USB and click Restart.
Enjoy Ubuntu.


Note - If windows are also installed, On startup, you will be asked to choose an operating system.


Fix - If you don't find the windows option on startup, Continue with ubuntu and open Terminal, and type this :

sudo update-grub

and press enter, Now restart.
If still, you can't see the Window option, recheck all steps.

Enjoy Linux's  Ubuntu the Open Source Operating System.😃😃


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Open python's official website and download the latest python file according to your operating system.

After downloading complete install it as you install other programs.

To start python directly in Command Prompt open cmd and type "py" (without quotes) and hit enter.
and the python shell will be open.
to test a program write print("Hello World!") and hit enter.
this will print Hello World! on your screen.

To Start you can use cmd or the IDLE provided by Python itself.

Start IDLE from all programs and click on file then on new.
A new window will open where you will write your logic.
To test Write print("Hello world!") and save it to your desired location and then press F5 to run this program in the python shell.
Now you will see the out as Hello World! on your screen.
Happy coding.

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