Ideal Of Service

 Ideal of service Upanishads and the ideal of Service The Upanishadic Ideal of service is based on the concepts of Truth, Dharma and Yajna. Without comprehending these three concepts we cannot understand what we have come to recognise as service today – the most appealing and popular component of modern religions. Discovering the … Read more

Ideal Fuel Properties

 Fuels are any material that store potential energy in forms, which upon burning in oxygen liberates heat energy. Calorific value of fuel is the total quantity of heat liberated when a unit mass or volume of fuel is completely burnt. Higher or gross calorific value (HCV) in the total amount of heat produced … Read more

DMPQ- Mention the properties of ideal fuel.

  It should possess high calorific value. It should have proper ignition temperature. The ignition temperature of the fuel should neither be too low nor too high. It should not produce poisonous products during combustion. In other words, it should not cause pollution o combustion. It should have moderate rate of combustion. Combustion should be … Read more

DMPQ: Highlight the The Ideal of Service in Buddhism

  The “Mahaparinibbana Sutta” of the Dighanikaya describes seven conditions for the welfare, prosperity, and happiness of any community, nation or country. These conditions must be considered before serving the people for their gradual development and welfare. These seven conditions are: To assemble on occasion whenever necessary to discuss the affairs of the community. To … Read more