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Spotting Errors in Sentence
Directions: In each of the questions, find out which part of the sentence has an error.


1. Being a destitute, (a) / I admitted him (b) / to an old peoples' home. (c) / No error (d)


2. This town isn't very well known (a) / and there isn't much to see, (b) / so a few tourists come here. (c) / No error (d)


3. It is easy to see that (a) a lawyer's demeanour in court (b) may be prejudicial against the interests of his client. (c) / No error (d)


4. It is necessary (a) / that everybody (b) must have a house. (c) / No error (d)


5. A large scale exchange of nuclear weapons (a) / win produce unprecedented amounts of radiation (b) / that can penetrate into the biological tissue. (c) / No error (d)



6. People invent new machines (a) / when they (b) / think independent. (c) / No error (d)


7. As soon as he (a) / saw his mother (b) / he ran to her (c) / and embraced. (d) / No error (e)


8. I found it dificult (a) / to remove (b) / the chewing gum that (c) / stuck with my cap. (d) / No error (e)


9. The man (a) / cannot live (b) / by bread alone. (c) / No error (d)


10. Passengers should be prohibited (a) / to smoke in (b) / the trains and buses. (c) No error (d)


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  • Varieties and Benefits of Rudraksha

    Properties of Different Mukhis

    The term?Rudraksha?itself symbolizes Lord Shiva.?Rudra?stands for Lord Shiva and Aksha for Shiva?s tears. Lord Shiva himself is the first ardent user and admirer of Rudraksha. Later devotees and sages began using Rudraksha as a blessing from Lord Shiva himself to protect mankind from worldly sufferings and miseries. With the development of modern science, many scientists researched for evidences that support the ancient belief on the significance of Rudraksha. All the scientists came up with the findings that reassured and confirmed the divine power of Rudraksha beads. Individual from every walk of life irrespective of caste, creed, religion, nationality or gender can use Rudraksha to gain maximum spiritual, physical and materialistic benefits.

    Scientifically known as Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb, Rudraksha tree is a large evergreen broadleaved tree, which grows in the area from the Genetic Plain to the foothills of the great Himalayas and the middle area of Nepal. The main trunk of Rudraksha tree is cylindrical and has circular section. Rudraksha tree has grayish white bark and rough in texture with small vertical lenticels and narrow horizontal furrows. Its branches spread in all directions. Its leaves appear shining green externally and dull coriaceous internally. It has ovoid, conical and elongate flowers, nearly 1 to 2 cm in diameter. Its fruit is globose and drupaceous having a fleshy exterior and is light green in color. Rudraksha beads are covered by an outer shell which is blue in color and is hard and tubercle on the inside. On each Rudraksha seed vertical lines are seen running down its surface. These lines are called mukhi or the clefts or furrows on the surface and determine the type of mukhi Rudraksha. For instance Seeds with one vertical line are one mukhi Rudraksha, those with two lines are two mukhi and so on. Rudraksha beads contain 50.031 % carbon, 0.95% nitrogen, 17.897% hydrogen and 30.53% oxygen. It takes 15 to 16 years for Rudraksha to mature and bear fruits. It is kept in water for a number of days and then Rudraksha is taken out after peeling off the pulp.

    Rudraksha comes from 1 to 21 mukhis, but Rudraksha of 1 to 14 mukhis are commonly found. Now mukhis from 22 upwards are also found every few years in small quantity and their properties have to be researched as no reference is available in ancient texts . The fivefaced Rudraksha are found easily and abundantly. Depending upon the availability and production of Rudraksha different prices have been allocated for different mukhi Rudraksha.


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