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Dr. Zakir Hussain Quotes - Messages and Speeches by 3rd President of India

Dr. Zakir Hussain, 3rd President of India and 2nd Vice President of India. Dr. Zakir Hussain was the 3rd President of India from May 13 1967 until his untimely death. He was an educationist by profession. Our sweat is the answer to all our problems, and that the tiller, the artisan and the teacher are the three agents who feed the body, mind and soul. Dr. Zakir Hussain Humanities and science are not something mutually contradictory but complimentary. One should realize the fact that science is devoid of values especially moral and ethical values. Science is a system of philosophy without ethics. Science devoid of ethical judgment becomes an ally of everyone – of the good as well as the bad and is of service in changing the world into a paradise or reducing it to a veritable hell Dr. Zakir Hussain I have after years of thinking on the subject come to the conviction that work is the only instrument of effective education. Dr. Zakir Hussain Life is immense, comprehensive and dynamic. It i

10+ Quotes about Colorful Rajasthan

Quotes about Rajasthan Known as the land of kings, Rajasthan is one of the culturally rich states of India with thousands of interesting stories and folklores at each milestone. Padharo Sa Mahare Desh (Welcome friend to my country) Rajasthani Saying   Amidst Thar desert, magnificent monuments and beautiful hills lie a charming terra firma called Rajasthan. Anonymous When we think of India, most of us are in fact thinking of Rajasthan, that large splotch of dun-colored desert in the country's northwest which, from the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries, was ruled by a succession of maharajas whose sense of color, opulence, and splendor created the most enduring images of India in the West. Hanya Yanagihara Everywhere in the vibrant streets of Rajasthan lies a sensory assault, from lime to mint, saffron to crimson, turquoise to indigo, magenta to lavender. It’s so like a rainbow. Anonymous When you miss the deserts, head towards Rajasthan. Anonymous Anyone who has been to I