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This painting of a bull seen in Amitabh Bachchan’s family photo is in the news OMG, it is worth crores

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Superstar Amitabh Bachchan celebrated Diwali with his entire family and shared a beautiful picture with his entire family on the special occasion. Which you can see here. In this picture, Abhishek and Aishwarya are sitting with Aaradhya on the left. The picture also features Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan along with daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda’s son Agastya and daughter Navya Naveli Nanda. This picture is currently making headlines on social media and it is being discussed with the special painting on the wall behind the family.

All you can see in this painting is a giant bull whose front legs are in a way connected directly to its tail. This painting looks simple, but if you look carefully, it is a bit strange and different. At present, this picture is being discussed on social media and what one is seeing is shocking. Well the most important thing is the price of this painting. Many people are asking about the price of this painting and want to know who made it? According to a social media page, the estimated cost of the painting is Rs 4 crore and it was made by Manjit Bawa (1941-2008) born in Dhuri of Punjab.

According to a social media handle, “He drew inspiration from Indian mythology and Sufi philosophy. His themes include thoughts of Goddess Kali and Shiva, animals, nature, flute motifs and the co-existence between man and animal. Bawa wrote a Learned to play the flute from the player. Which became a major part of the scenes in his paintings. Well, the painting is really special and many are surprised to see it at Amitabh’s house.

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Officers used to hack the phones of people older than OMG prisoner, earned crores

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Bhopal: A shocking news has come out from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh. Here a convicted prisoner has accused the jail staff of doing wrong things like digital fraud. The prisoner has alleged that the jail authorities forced him to hack the mobile and he also alleged that he was forced to hack the mobile phones of various bigwigs including IPS officers, judges and the secretary of the state home minister Was.

As soon as the news came to light, Amar Agarwal had lodged a complaint in this regard and after his complaint, a case has been registered in the cyber cell on the complaint. Cyber ​​Cell has now constituted three teams to investigate the matter. Maharashtra resident Anant Amar Agarwal is a convicted prisoner of forgery. The trial court shifted him from Ujjain to Bhopal Central Jail on security grounds. Amar Agarwal has alleged that he was given laptop and internet facility in Ujjain jail. At the same time, crores of rupees were earned through digital fraud from credit cards purchased from the dark net.

He also said that the jail authorities also asked him to load ‘malware’ in the mobile phones of various VIPs of the state. Cyber ​​Cell DG Yogesh Deshmukh told that he has received a complaint from the jail department in the whole matter. He said that an FIR has been registered to probe the charges of the prisoner. Amar Agarwal has accused a lady jail superintendent and deputy jail superintendent of harassing her. He also said that the court sent his complaint to the jail department for investigation and later to the cyber cell. Although the cyber cell has not yet found any evidence of Amar Agarwal’s allegations, but the cyber cell is probing it thoroughly.

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Study shows aerosols spread tuberculosis like COVID-19

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Researchers from the University of Cape Town in Johannesburg presented the study at the 52nd Union World Conference on Lung Health, to be held online from 19-22 October. In their research, they found that, like COVID-19, tuberculosis (TB) is primarily spread by inhalation of virus-laden aerosols more than by coughing, as was previously thought.

The cohort team showed that about 90 percent of TB bacteria released from an infected person can be carried in tiny droplets called aerosols, which are exhaled when a person takes a deep breath. Recent findings in the study suggest that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, along with others such as MERS-CoV, influenza, measles, and rhinoviruses that cause the common cold, all spread through aerosols that can build up. The air inside the house stagnates for more hours. “Our model would suggest that, in fact, aerosol generation and TB generation may be independent of symptoms,” Ryan Dinkley, a graduate student at the University of Cape Town who presented the results, was quoted as saying by the NYT.

“But if an infected person breathes in 22,000 times a day while coughing 500 times, the cough accounts for 7 percent of the total bacteria excreted by the infected patient,” Dinkley said.

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5 best dishes to eat on Chhath Puja

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Chhath Puja is a cultural, historical and religious festival dedicated to the Sun God. It is celebrated to express the glory of the Sun God for providing life and energy on earth. Women observe a fast of 36 hours and worship Chhath Maiya and Sun God. Prayers are offered for the happiness and prosperity of the family. The preparation of holy offerings plays an important role in this religious, cultural celebration as it is given with love and devotion. Along with this, some special dishes are also prepared on this occasion. It may sound simple, but because of the celebration and devotion, these dishes taste nothing less than heaven.

1- Thekua:-
Thekua is also known as Khajuria or Thikari. It is a traditional offering and is synonymous with Chhath Puja. It is prepared by kneading dough with flour, ghee, dry coconut and sugar syrup. Then the flat rotis of this dough are fried and taken out.

2- Rasiyava:-
Kheer made of jaggery is an essential part of the prasad on the evening of Rasiyav on the second day. The soaked rice is put in boiling milk for three hours, stirred and cooked on a very low flame, followed by the addition of jaggery powder and a little cardamom. Garnish it with raisins and nuts.

3- Kasari :-
Chhath Puja basket is not complete without traditional rice laddus called Kasar. Jaggery powder, dry coconut and ghee are added to the ground rice. After mixing, small laddus are made.

4- Green Chana Masala:-
This dish is served with puris. Green gram is soaked overnight. Then fry them in ghee with cumin and green chilies.

5- Ghee vegetable:-
On the day of ‘Nahai Khaya’, Ghiya is prepared and served with rice. Ghee is cooked on an earthen stove with pure ghee and Gangajal.

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