Story of Nageshwar Jyotirlinga

 A story is famous in relation to Nageshwar Jyotirlinga.  According to the legend, there was a merchant who believed in Dharma Karma.  He had unparalleled devotion to Lord Shiva.  Even after being busy in business work, he used to spend whatever time he had in worship, worship and meditation.  A demon named Daruk got angry with this devotion.  Being of demonic nature, Lord Shiva did not like him at all.   The demon was always in search of such an opportunity, that how he could obstruct the devotion of the merchant.  Once he was going somewhere on a business boat by merchant boat.  The demon saw this, and taking the opportunity, attacked the boat.  And took the passengers of the ferry to the capital and imprisoned them.  Even in captivity, the merchant used to regularly worship Lord Shiva.   Even in the prisoner's house, when the news of Shiva worship of the merchant reached that demon, he felt very bad.  In a fit of anger, he reached the merchant in the prison.  The merchant

What is hydrogen bomb ?

 Hydrogen bomb is a type of atomic bomb.  A hydrogen bomb or H-bomb is a more powerful nuclear bomb.  It requires hydrogen isotopes deuterium and triterium.  The fusion of atoms causes a bomb to explode.  The temperature for this fusion is very high, about 500,00,000°C.  is required.  This temperature is much higher than the temperature of the hottest part of the Sun.  Such a high temperature can be achieved only by an atomic bomb.  The US, England, Russia, China and India tested the hydrogen bomb.  It is believed that North Korea has also made such a dangerous bomb.


 Hydrogen atoms fuse when the atomic bomb produces the required heat.  This fusion produces heat and powerful rays that convert hydrogen into helium.  In 1922 AD, it was first discovered that the explosion of a hydrogen atom can generate a lot of energy.


 In 1932, heavy hydrogen named deuterium was invented and in 1934, heavy hydrogen called triterium (tritium) was invented.  In 1950, the President of the United States of America, Truman, ordered the preparation of a hydrogen bomb.  For this, a large factory was established in South Carolina in 1951 AD.  In 1953, President Eisenhaber announced that a hydrogen bomb equivalent to millions of tons of TNT was ready.  In 1955, the Soviet Union tested the hydrogen bomb.  China and France have also detonated hydrogen bombs.

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