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29th October, 2017
Follow the principle of ‘Sarvodaya’ to live on for generations into the future
Dr KK Aggarwal
The four Purusharth (Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha) are the basic purposes of life. Purushartha in Vedic text denote positive effort or action. Purushartha stands for actions (self-effort) - righteous action (dharma) and righteous earning (artha) - based on morality, ethics and religious obligations with the ultimate goal being to attain Moksha or inner happiness.
How long do you want to live after death?
How long you are remembered after death depends on how long will your actions last for.
Will it last for just this one generation? Will it last for three generations (one lifetime), will it last for seven generations (around 170 years, if we consider one generation to be 25 years), or will it last for more than seven generations?

What can you do so that people remember you even after your death?
Prakriti is when a person lives for himself or when his actions are centered towards oneself. Sanskriti is when one lives for the sake of others and vikriti is nothing but distortion in one’s living. Greed is a type of vikriti, which can make a ‘nar’ a ‘narbhakshi’ and later ‘nar rakshas. On the other hand, if a person works towards sanskriti, it can convert him or her ‘nar’ to ‘narottam’ and from ‘narottam’ to ‘Narain’.
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About 1.8 million Indians suffer from stroke every year
  • On World Stroke Day, it is important to create awareness on the fact that timely detection and treatment can prevent permanent disability
New Delhi, 28 October 2017: The second most common cause of death globally, next to coronary artery disease, stroke is also the most prevalent cause of chronic adult disability, reveal statistics. India accounts for more than four-fifths of all strokes with about 1.8 million Indians suffering from this condition every year. The IMA opines that stroke is not just limited to the elderly and increasingly, young Indians below 40 years of age are becoming susceptible to this condition primarily due to lifestyle factors.
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or severely reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. It is imperative to detect a stroke early, as with every second that the disease goes untreated, about 32,000 brain cells are damaged.
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