Why do people become mad?

Apr 09, 2021 9:13 | Feature & Viewpoint

Facts about India

Chittorgarh in  Rajasthan is home to the Chittor Fort, the largest fort in India and Asia. Chittor also has been a land of worship for Meera, It is also known for Panna Dai . Originally called Chitrakuta, the Chittor Fort is said to have been built by Chitranga, a king of the maurya ( mori ) clan.

Why do people become mad? 

Everyone of us oscillates between positive and negative emotions. Sometimes we go into the regions which are supposed to be "mad-regions", but we are smart enough to come back to "normalcy" within reasonable time, or to fake normalcy. Those who go mad, lose themselves in those regions (which are considered to be outside normal or sensible behavior), or they don't consider returning to normalcy important enough or worth it, or the trigger (it may be one event or a series of events) after which they plunged into "madness" affected and moved them so strongly or the emotions (like guilt or rage or chronic depression or hopelessness or absurdity of deemed hypocrisy of "normal" people that their priorities and view of life is distorted. They begin to disregard importance of living positive and constructive life and the fact that most people have to face their own problems. Perhaps madness may be caused by chemical imbalance in brain; 

 How it works Drones use their rotors* —which consist of a propeller attached to a motor to hover, meaning the downward thrust of the drone is equal to the gravitational pull working against it; climb, when pilots increase the speed until the rotors produce an upward force greater than gravity; 
Propellers and engines give drones forward movement capabilities. In fixed-wing drones, the propeller provides forward propulsion, allowing the wing to generate lift. On rotary-winged crafts like quadcopters, propellers provide lift as well as steering capabilities by generating downward and lateral forces. 
Multi-Rotor works on relative nature of force, that means when the rotor pushes the air, the air also pushes the rotor back. This is the basic principle that the Multi-Rotor can go up and down. Furthermore, the faster the rotor rotates, the greater the lift, and vice versa.

There are two types of apsaras: laukika (worldly), of whom thirty-four are specified, and daivika (divine), of which there are ten. 
As per Indian mythology, Apsaras are beautiful, supernatural female dancers. They are often wives of the Gandharvas, the court musicians of Indra and they dance to the music made by the Gandharvas, usually in the palaces of the gods, entertain and sometimes seduce gods and men. Some famous among them are:-
Menaka, Rambha, Tilottama, GhritachiManjukesi, Sukesi, Chitralu ka, Amala,Misrakesi, SulochanaSaudamini, DevadattaDevasena, ManoramaSudati, Sundari, VigagdhaVividha, Budha, Sumala, Santati, Sunanda, Sumukhi, Magadhi, ArjuniSarala, Kerala, DhrtiNanda, SupuskalaSupuspamala, Kalabha  Urvashi is the most beautiful Apsara among all. Urvashi is superior in Dancing from all of other 7 Apsaras. *Menaka* is the most expert in Kaam Shashtra. Rambha is the most expert in Flirting.
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