Sajan Vig
Sajan Vig

Jai hind

Vasu Devan R
Vasu Devan R

bravo bravo bravo.....................

Kuntao Mix Martial-arts

very great I salute hero indian army is the best bravery naval fighter forces ai ai sir.

Ashokbog Ncl
Ashokbog Ncl

Live like a LEGEND , Proud to be an INDIAN always say MERA BHARATH HAMARA............

Mamta Dhody
Mamta Dhody

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishing_in_India
India has 8118 kilometers of marine coastline, 3827 fishing villages, and 1914 traditional fish landing centers. India's fresh water resources consist of 195,210 kilometers of rivers and canals, 2.9 million hectares of minor and major reservoirs, 2.4 million hectares of ponds and lakes, and about 0.8 million hectares of flood plain wetlands and water bodies.[2] As of 2010, the marine and freshwater resources offered a combined sustainable catch...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishing_in_India
India has 8118 kilometers of marine coastline, 3827 fishing villages, and 1914 traditional fish landing centers. India's fresh water resources consist of 195,210 kilometers of rivers and canals, 2.9 million hectares of minor and major reservoirs, 2.4 million hectares of ponds and lakes, and about 0.8 million hectares of flood plain wetlands and water bodies.[2] As of 2010, the marine and freshwater resources offered a combined sustainable catch fishing potential of over 4 million metric tonnes of fish. In addition, India's water and natural resources offer a 10 fold growth potential in aquaculture (farm fishing) from 2010 harvest levels of 3.9 million metric tonnes of fish, if India were to adopt fishing knowledge, regulatory reforms and sustainability policies adopted by China over the last two decades.
The marine fish harvested in India consist of about 65 commercially important species/groups. Pelagic and midwater species contributed about 52% of the total marine fish in 2004.
India is a major supplier of fish in the world. In 2006, the country exported over 600,000 metric tonnes of fish, to some 90 countries, earning over US$1.8 billion.[3] Shrimps are one of the major varieties exported. Giant tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon) is the dominant species cultured followed by Indian white prawn (Penaeus indicus). Shrimp production from coastal aquaculture during 2004 stood at approximately 120,000 tonnes. Farmed shrimp accounted for about 60% of shrimp exported from the country.
Marine and freshwater catch fishing combined with aquaculture fish farming is a rapidly growing industry in India. In 2008, India was the sixth largest producer of marine and freshwater capture fisheries, and the second largest aquaculture farmed fish producer in the world.[4] Fish as food - both from fish farms and catch fisheries - offers India one of the easiest and fastest way to address malnutrition and food security.
Despite rapid growth in total fish production, a fish farmers’ average annual production in India is only 2 metric tonnes per person, compared to 172 tonnes in Norway, 72 tonnes in Chile, and 6 tonnes per fisherman in China.[4] Higher productivity, knowledge transfer for sustainable fishing, continued growth in fish production with increase in fish exports have the potential for increasing the living standards of Indian fishermen.
As of 2010, fish harvest distribution was difficult within India because of poor rural road infrastructure, lack of cold storage and absence of organized retail in most parts of the country.

Mamta Dhody
Mamta Dhody

http://www.hinduwisdom.info/Nature_Worship.htm
Hinduism has always been an environmentally sensitive philosophy. No religion, perhaps, lays as much emphasis on environmental ethics as Hinduism. The Mahabharata, Ramayana, Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Puranas and Smriti contain the earliest messages for preservation of environment and ecological balance. Nature, or Earth, has never been considered a hostile element to be conquered or dominated. In fact, man is forbidden from exploiting...

http://www.hinduwisdom.info/Nature_Worship.htm
Hinduism has always been an environmentally sensitive philosophy. No religion, perhaps, lays as much emphasis on environmental ethics as Hinduism. The Mahabharata, Ramayana, Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Puranas and Smriti contain the earliest messages for preservation of environment and ecological balance. Nature, or Earth, has never been considered a hostile element to be conquered or dominated. In fact, man is forbidden from exploiting nature. He is taught to live in harmony with nature and recognize that divinity prevails in all elements, including plants and animals. The rishis of the past have always had a great respect for nature. Theirs was not a superstitious primitive theology. They perceived that all material manifestations are a shadow of the spiritual. The Bhagavad Gita advises us not to try to change the environment, improve it, or wrestle with it. If it seems hostile at times tolerate it. Ecology is an inherent part of a spiritual world view in Hinduism.

According to Swami B. V. Tripurari, in his book, Ancient Wisdom for Modern Ignorance, " Our present environmental crisis is in essence a spiritual crisis. We need only to look back to medieval Europe and the psychic revolution that vaulted Christianity to victory over paganism to find the spirit of the environmental crisis. Inhibitions to the exploitation of nature vanished as the Church took the "spirits" out of the trees, mountains, and seas. Christianity's ghost-busting theology made it possible for man to exploit nature in a mood of indifference to the feelings of natural objects. It made nature man's monopoly. This materialist paradigm has dominated the modern world for last few centuries.

The current deplorable environmental crisis demands a spiritual response. A fundamental reorientation of human consciousness, accompanied by action that is born out of inner commitment, is very much needed. One of the measures that could help a great deal to fulfill this need is to regenerate and rejuvenate basic values of Hindu culture and propagate them."

Joy Varghese
Joy Varghese

jai hind..salute to indian army...

Sila Vijendra
Sila Vijendra

I salute my Indian army...

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