One of the prime tourist attractions of the city of Ujjain, Ram ghat is located on the banks of the Shipra river, where the Shipra aarti is held everyday. In the evening, you can visit the ghat to participate in the aarti pooja. It is a heavenly sight when lamps are lit and prayers are sung by the ghat. This ghat is also famous for its Kumbhmela. During the mela, you can see thousands of devotees taking a holy dip in the river and paying respects to the god.

The Shipra, also known as the Kshipra, is a river in Madhya Pradesh state of central India. The river rises in the North of Dhar district, and flows north across the Malwa Plateau to join the Chambal River at the MP-Rajasthan boundary in Mandsaur district. It is one of the sacred rivers in Hinduism. The holy city of Ujjain is situated on its east bank. Every 12 years, the Sinhastha fair (Kumbh Mela) takes place on the city's elaborate riverside ghats, as do yearly celebrations of the river goddess Kshipra. There are hundreds of Hindu shrines along the banks of the river Shipra.

Andhra Ashram at Ujjain for Telugu People

Best and reasonable accommodation get at Andhra Ashram for Telugu speaking people, and who come from Andhra & Telangana can stay at Andhra Ashram for better accommodation.

How to export your Gmail contacts? - Just 5 steps


Say thanks to Gmail 
Every day it is very difficult to send mails number of people, oh! Sometime fed up I used to spend lot time on sending emails. 

Actually, we are in luck. Apparently this capability was just recently added to the Gmail service Once you get export the contact from Gmail after that it is easy to send mails in outlook by using mail merge. 

Here is the Step-1 
Log in to your Gmail account, then click on Contacts on the left side.

You will see number of contacts then select desired contact list

Under the desired list click on more button then you will find export option click on it

Mendeley – Free and the best tool for Research Management - Don’t miss it



All these days I missed Mendeley Research Management Tool really it is one of the best tool for research scholars and students. Here is some of the futures of Mendeley.

·         It is a Free upto 1GB Web space 
·         For Desktops – Totally Free download it and install – try it today

Access Library OPAC's through your Mobile Phones


Hottest topic in the public is – Hey which mobile do you use is it Blackberry, iPhone,  or Android ? Mobile IT world has been changed tremendously.   If you see International Telecommunication Union (http://www.itu.int/en/Pages/default.aspx)  day to day developments in IT industry. (Librarians must see this site). International Telecommunication Union estimates that there are about 4 billion live cell phones in circulation today. That's two-thirds of the world's population. As more of these devices come online, making sure that resources--such as OPACs--are compatible with these devices becomes imperative.
(Screenshot - for Mobile access)

It is time to offer library services on mobiles, when I was search Library OPAC  of Library Information Network for Community Colleges using my mobile as well as on the desktop system, it was amazing, unfortunately in India so far nobody has (software vendors) developed a Library OPAC for mobile, of course it may be in developing stage.  Anyway library patrons can access library OPACs from their mobiles.

(Screenshot - for desktop systems)

Some of the Library OPAC's for Mobile Phones:

Athabasca University


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