ISBN also called I.S.B.N. stands for International Standard Book Number. Any book which is published must have ISBN, it is a unique machine-readable identification number, which marks any book unmistakably. This number is defined in ISO Standard 2108. The number has been in use now for 35 years and has revolutionised the international book-trade. 170 countries and territories are officially ISBN members. The ISBN accompanies a publication from its production onwards.
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Rajneesh A.K.A. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (1931-1990)was born Rajneesh Chandra Mohan in Kuchwara, a town in central India. Later he called as "Bhagwan" means either "The Blessed One" or "God" and that "Shree" means "Master". At the end of his life, he changed his name to Osho.
Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh madad karo, means "The Blessed one St. Rajneesh please help me".
Rajneesh Ashrama chalo, means "let's go to the Ashrama of St. Rajneesh"
A word in Indian source, meaning “Salt” in English. Mr. Gandhi began a new campaign in 1930 in India called the “Namak Satyagraha”. Mr. Gandhi and his followers set off on a 200-mile journey from Ashram Ahmedabad to the Arabian Ocean and pick up a few grains of salt. This action formed the symbolic focal point of a campaign of civil disobedience in which the state monopoly on salt was the first target.
Namak halal, means a very faithful person.
Namak haram, means a person you can't trust.
Chutki bhar namak dena, means "Give me a pinch of Salt".