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Walnut industry of Kashmir.

Due to sudden surge in imports of walnuts from California and Chile into the country,the Walnut rich state of jammu and Kashmir is getting a dent in the revenue generation from such crop.

The 800 crore industry is in deep crises with prices falling drastically courtesy negligence from administration which allow huge imports to flood domestic markets without keeping any tab on import duties on such imports which are eating out the domestic market.

The height of affair is that in spit of our walnuts being organic in nature,the inorganic imports are given preference whilst rest of the world is looking for organic foods.

It is also a fact that color and size is only added attraction with imported walnuts,rest taste and organic nature of Kashmiri walnut have no match in the world.

Last year high quality of walnut from Kashmir was sold @Rs1200 to 1500 per kilo of walnut Kernels in many cities of the country but this year the situation has worsened and had impacted the traders to the hilt by virtue of nose diving of rates.

During this year the rates have plummeted to Rs 700 to Rs 800 per kilo of walnut Kernels in the same markets of previous year.

Traders also rued that GST @5% has also added burden on the stakeholders of walnut industry which needs to be exempted for the for such industry.

If govt is keen to uplift the sagging fresh and dry fruit industry steps need to be taken to arrest the pattern of imports of Horticulture produce from foreign countries so that even if we are following free trade regime,we must put riders on imports so that domestic traders,growers do not get affected.

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Life and its essence.

Life changes very fast so do changes the technology.But with change in technology the human values have taken a very deep dent which had changed the quality of quality life.

It seems machines are replacing humen and the quality life it bubbles with.

Just 10 years back we had STD booths to talk,big cameras to catch happy moments,Video players to watch favourite movie’s .

Now neither we have STD booths nor time to talk to dear one,s, cameras are obsolete nor we have tastes to frame family gathering as selfie,s have infected us,video players to watch movies have all together vanished so had quality of films as we hardly have any to watch them with full family .

We actually are at the verge of getting our quality life slipped and skipped from our domain and we oftentimes fall to justify our presence in this training temporary and finishing life,the earlier we wakeup the better it is.

Horticulture industry.

The state of Jammu and Kashmir needs to revamp its policies and put in place a horticulture policy so that industry gets teeth to face the challenges being thrown into the ring in the form of burgeoning imports.

The industry which is already impacted due to socioeconomic,geographic and political constraints needs a Midas touch so that it rebounds back.

High density plantations,development of dry ports and introduction of latest techniques in pre and post harvest phase can be a befitting alternative.

From last so many years substandard inputs have already played havoc in the industry and therefore system needs to be put in place so that spurious fertilizers and fungicides are stopped before they make roads into the state.

Establishment of Horticulture university and development of dry ports in the state are right decisions at right time since two ventures can be catchy for horticulture and Handicraft industry since shipments will be having a free flow outside the state unto consumers markets of world.

The horticulture industry contribute 8%towards GDP of state and amounts to Rs 8000crore towards state,s economy. The state produces 70% of national production in Apples,92%in walnut and 91% in Almond

High density plantation by converting 50% of traditional plantation is going to increase production within 25years to worth 50_60 thousand crore .

The total horticulture production has tremendously increased to 24.50.Lakh metric tones with coverage of 3.38 lakh hectare area in 2017-18 from mere 30000MTs with coverage of 16hectares land in 1960.

As per the census conducted there are 7.63crore fruit plants in the state.

Mass awareness programmes  have always been there but pre diabetic patients hardly swallow that they are crossing border marks.Here initiative has to to be put in place by the government to go for mass testing of people so that potential pre diabetic are confronted with the reality when they are tested at their convenience on road sides,at offices,at homes or while driving. This can achieve twin objectives,One mass awareness will be allowed on broader lines and 2nd pre diabetic patients will be ensured that it is not end of the world but they can lead a normal life only remedy is that they have to accept the reality of ailment. Above all @Dr Shariq Masoodi @ Abdul Hamid  Zargar and other professionals have already proved how to arrest the ailment.

THE LIFE ,BEFORE AND AFTER DEATH.

I believe that once we are through in this world the hiccups we come across during contours of our life experiences can give us a lesson to face the judgment day.

The life after death is a fact of it and one who diverts his attention during  his lifetime to pass only those roads where ways and means are spread to secure one,s judgement day,is ultimately a blessed soul.

You can be conflict with your existence but the real funda of life lies in the fact to be peace with soul and body.

I have come across people who are adament in their aporoach of life that tantamount which means  to say   their worldky  affairs have nothing to do with tthe judgment day.

As a rule of life and as a pure Muslim,we have to live in this finishing world under the guidance of holly scripts of Quran and make our ultimate journey peaceful.

You have to live under the filthy materialistic pursuits in this temporary world but one who listens to his/her conscience in an approach to make his/her  end peaceful,will never get dyed under the colors of decit.

We need to get dawned with the basic concept of life which percolate to say that our   ultimate aim should be to make our external world eternal and peaceful.

The potion of love.

When we are conceptualized into a living objective,we get love even if we are still in embryonic fluid.

Love knows no boundaries,it gets transpired the movement you have choice to transfer it and another person whether needs it or not,makes no difference since the affection bug loves to love.

Many people use diffrent yard sticks to measure and dispense it on the bases of volumes,you get in return but the one who does it without reciprocation generally runs away with the hot cake.

Selfishness generally disturbs the equation of love between two people since you always  weigh the love in the  measuring scale,which if doesn’t weigh the way you need it,percolate into difference of relations.

Your mother loves,you sister too shows affection,your spouse too love you,your children also are part of it ,your father fits the bill too so on and so forth but one who does it wuthout return wheel is the real messenger of love otherwise it gets traded either in the name of relations or as a partner of duel policy.

I love the way i got it from family and friends without iota of selfishness.

THE WAY TO lai_latul

ust come up with an action plan of maximizing the month’s blessings and rewards. And what better way to do that than to follow the practices of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) and how he used to observe the last ten blessed days of Ramadan. His footsteps lead to the path of righteousness and ultimate blessings. So what did our Prophet (PBUH) do in the last quarter of Ramadan? Here are a few practices that he used to carry out:

1. According to Aisha (RA)

“The Prophet (PBUH) used to strive hard (in worship) in the last ten nights of Ramadan as he never did at any other time.” (Sahih Muslim, 7:1767)

He used to prepare himself to spend the last nights in constant worship, prayer, and supplication, seeking Allah’s (SWT) endless mercy, forgiveness, and blessings. The Prophet (PBUH) used to push himself extra hard and dedicate himself- mind, body, and soul- to Allah (SWT) during the last days. His worship’s intensity and frequency was not like other days of the year- it was much more.

2. In another narration, Aisha (RA) said:

“With the start of the last ten days of Ramadan, the Prophet (PBUH) used to tighten his waist belt (i.e. work hard) and used to pray all the night, and used to keep his family awake for the prayers” (Sahih Muslim 2024)

He encouraged his family to follow suit- to sacrifice their sleep and spend those blessed nights in prostrating to the Almighty and seeking His good favor and refuge. He told them to engage in zikr (praise and remembrance of Allah (SWT) and prayer during the late hours, for the late hours of the night are most blessed.

3. Abu Hurairah reported:

“The Prophet would perform I’tikaf during the last ten (days) of Ramadan until Allah took him.” (Al-Tirmidhi 790)

The Holy Prophet (PBUH) isolated himself from the world and observed Itikaf in the mosque during the period of the last ten days of Ramadan. Itikaf essentially entails separating yourself from all sorts of worldly distractions and re-orienting yourself towards the sole purpose of worshipping Allah (SWT) and praising Him in various forms and capacities. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) practiced this spiritual seclusion every year during the last days of Ramadan and he encouraged his followers to leave the world behind and devote their entire being to Allah (SWT).

4. According to another hadith:

“Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) was the most generous of all the people, and he used to be more generous in the month of Ramadan when Gabriel used to meet him. Gabriel used to meet him every night in Ramadan to study the Holy Qur’an carefully together. Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) used to become more generous than the fast wind when he met Gabriel” (Sahih Bukhari 3220).

The Prophet (PBUH) devoted his time in Ramadan in reciting the Holy Quran as much as could, especially in the last few days of Ramadan, to gain Allah’s (SWT) infinite favor.

5. Aisha (RA) is reported to have said that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) said:

“Seek Lailat-ul-Qadr (Night of Decree) in the odd nights out of the last ten nights of Ramadan.” (Sahih Bukhari, 9:202)

The messenger of Allah (SWT) used to seek Layla tul-Qadr, the night of decree, in the last ten nights of Ramadan. Lailat-ul-Qadr is more likely to fall on the odd nights of the last quarter of Ramadan and it is on this blessed night of decree where rewards of worship and Ibadaah are multiplied many times over by the Almighty. Allah (SWT) acclaims this night to be better than a thousand months (Quran 97:3). It is a night where sins are forgiven and mercy is showered by our Lord.

So schedule your last ten days of Ramadan in a way to maximize the blessings and rewards they have to offer- your Lord wants you to turn to Him, don’t keep Him waiting!