प्रथम शैलपुत्री (Devi Shailputri) इनकी पूजा नवरात्र (Navratri) में सबसे पहले होती है, इनका वाहन वृषभ यानि बैल है,शैलपुत्री माता के दाहिने हाथ में त्रिशूल और बाए हाथ में कमल सुशोभित है। इस दिन की उपासना में योगी अपने मन को चक्र में स्थित करते है और यहीं से उनकी योग साधना शुरू होती है ऐसा कहा जाता है कि शैलपुत्री की पूजा करने से मनोवांछित फल प्राप्त कर लेता है। देवी की पूजा के लिये यह मन्त्र है
वन्दे वांछित लाभाय चन्द्रार्द्वकृत शेखराम।वृषारूढ़ा शूलधरां शैलपुत्री यशस्विनीम॥
हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार देवी शैलपुत्री मां पार्वती का ही अवतार है। दक्ष के यज्ञ में भगवान शिव का अपमान होने के बाद सती यज्ञ कुण्ड में भस्म हो गई थी, जिसके बाद उन्होंने राजा हिमालय के घर पुत्री के रूप में जन्म लिया था तब उनका नाम पार्वती रखा था पर्वत की पुत्री होने के कारण उन्हें शैलपुत्री कहा जाता है। मां शैलपुत्री की आराधना से मनोवांछित फल और कन्याओं को मनचाहे वर की प्राप्ति होती है मां शैलपुत्री पर्वतराज हिमालय की पुत्री हैं, इसलिए इन्हें पार्वती एवं हेमवती के नाम से भी जाना जाता है।


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How Can Create Web design frontend (Part 2)

When searching for web development jobs, you’ll find a wide variety of requirements. Languages, frameworks, and methodologies may differ, but there are two aspects of web development that will be common for all jobs: front end and back end. Some jobs may require full-stack skills, but full-stack is merely a combination of front end and back end.  The purpose of this article is to explain fronted vs back end web development from a professional point of view. 


Front end Development

The front end of an application is distinctly human. It’s what the user sees, touches and experiences. In this respect, empathy is a required characteristic of a good front end developer. The front end of an application is less about code and more about how a user will interpret the interface into an experience.

That experience can be the difference between a billion-dollar company and complete collapse. If you were a MySpace user in 2004, you were probably content with the experience. But once you started to use Facebook, you almost certainly had a better experience. You realized that you could socialize with a simpler design, no flashing banner ads, easy-to-find friends, etc. Facebook and MySpace had a lot of differences under the hood as well (back end), but at least part of Facebook’s triumph can be attributed to a better front end and user experience.

The technical skills required to be a front end developer commonly include:

  • HTML – All code in a web application is eventually translated to HTML. It’s the language that web browsers understand and use to display information to users. A web developer’s understanding of HTML is analogous to a carpenter’s understanding of a screwdriver. It’s so important and necessary that it’s often assumed for employment.



  • CSS – By itself, HTML is quite plain. HTML does provide some basic style options, but to build a good frontend, developers must have experience with CSS. CSS provides the paint, templates, glitter, buttons, tassel, lights, and many other things that can be used to improve the presentation of a web page. CSS is so commonly used that languages have been built to make writing CSS easier.
  • These languages – like Sass and LESS – are also known as CSS precompilers, but they are simply used to write more efficient and manageable CSS code.
  • JavaScript – If you could only learn one language in your lifetime, you’d be well-advised to choose JavaScript. Though it’s not exclusively a front end language, that’s where it’s most commonly used. JavaScript is a language that is run on a client machine, i.e. a user’s computer. This means that JavaScript can be used to program fast, intuitive and fun user experiences, without forcing a user to refresh their web page.
  • Drag-and-drop, infinite-scroll and videos that come to life on a web page can all be programmed with JavaScript. JavaScript is so popular that entire frameworks have been built just to make building application front ends easier. Frameworks like Angular, Ember, React and Backbone are all very widely used for JavaScript-heavy front ends.