A genius can not be created, But can be DISCOVERED.Everyone is Born GENIUS, When they are in right position. – Albert Eist...
Introduction to Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence TestDermatoglyphics Mulitple Intelligence test (D.M.I.T.) is a scien...
Why we must have DMI Report:The contents of this report will give a comprehensive and detailed insight into an age old sci...
Prof. Howard Gardner & M.I. TheoryDr. Howard Gardner, a professor of cognition and education at the Harvard Graduate Schoo...
The 9 Multiple IntelligencesLogical-Mathematical IntelligenceAbility to explore patterns, categories and relationships by ...
Interpersonal IntelligenceAbility to understand other people, to notice their goals, motivations, intentions and to work e...
Musical IntelligenceAbility to enjoy, perform or compose a musical piece. Includes sensitivity to pitch, rhythm of sounds,...
Brain LobesThe cerebral cortex can be divided into four sections, which are known as lobes (see image above). TheFrontal l...
IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ, SQ QUOTIENTS IQ : Intelligence Quotient consists of Logical-Mathematical & Linguistic Intelligences EQ :...
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  1. 1. A genius can not be created, But can be DISCOVERED.Everyone is Born GENIUS, When they are in right position. – Albert EisteneAre you working with EDUCATION Industry ? Then, You must be worried about career of the students.Are you PARENT / TEACHER ? Then, you must be thinking about these points:Do you face the questions(for students/kids) like: What to say ?  How to handle ? Why Some kids do not sitfor a long time ? Why some kids are demanding new toys everytime, theydon’t play with, what they have ? Why all kids don’tremember the things ? How to select the students for sports or musics orcompetition for school / State / country level activity ? Why some kids don’t liketo study ? Why every student/kid dosn’t master in everything/ everysubject ? So many children are stressed due to study, and we have seen some of the students are victimsof depression, Some of the students speaks lie and make fool to the parent/teacher also.And you must have heared about child suicide cases also due to study stress. WHY ? Most of the people, work in different are than their education. You must have seen Many doctorsare professional singers, Many Engineers are sports persons, Many Advocates are PoliticalLeaders, Many engineers are master in alternative madical therapies. Most of the Industryowners are less educated and they employ the highly educated people. WHY ? Some People are working very fast, and some people are very slow, some are to be forced, someare to be hammered everytime. Some people take their own decision, some are not. Some peoplefinish the tasks very easy, the same thing for some people is too tough, some people can do manywork at the same time, some are very slow and lethargic, some people need constant motivation.WHY ? Many people don’t like job - they work only because they get paid(they don’t have passion for work,what they do), Some people get tired in very less time, they lose interest, they don’t enjoy the work,WHY ?Most of the people they don’t know their own INBORN abilities, which are GOD/NATURE gifted at timeof Pregnancy Period. And when they come to know, probably it is too late to develop professional careerin that field.We all know that every person is Genius at the time of Birth, and Nature has gifted skills/Intelligence toevery body, and If you recognize the strength / weakness at the time of childhood, than anyone canprepare through proper guidance / direction. Also that will give you, very good impact on the relationbetween parent/teacher and children - loving, caring, stress-free, joyful and healthy.As there is dignosis for diabetes, you have to go for blood test, For eye vision, we check numbers,We go for X-Ray test if we want to check the crack in bone, Similarly to check, inborn ability orINTELLIGENCE level of any person, we have Dermatoglyphics Mulitple Intelligence test (D.M.I.T.).
  2. 2. Introduction to Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence TestDermatoglyphics Mulitple Intelligence test (D.M.I.T.) is a scientific study of fingerprint patterns that helps inunderstanding an individual’s potential and personality. D.M.I. Assessment technique has been developed byscientists and research experts from World renowned universities and is based on knowledge from Genetics,Embryology, Dermatoglyphics, Psychology and Neuroscience. The study of Dermatoglyphics is more than 200years old. In former USSR, it was used to find talented sportsmen for Olympic Games of 1970’s. As it turnedout, the USSR took home 50 gold medals in 1972 and 125 in 1976. By the 1980’s, China had also adopted theRussian method.Medical experts, with observation, recording, comparison, induction and clinical experiences, confirmed thatfingerprints provide accurate analysis of a person’s Multiple Intelligences and potential. Traditionally, IQ is usedas a measurement tool of one’s level of intelligence. Dr. Howard Gardner introduced in his book, Frames ofMind, that man has at least 9 intelligences, and everyone has different proportions of these intelligences. Weare able to discover our congenital intelligence, character traits and unknown potential throughDermatoglyphics.Advanced countries such as USA, Japan and Taiwan have adopted dermatoglyphics technology in the field ofeducation, human resource management, recruitment and even identifying gifted children. The DMI test hasalso helped lakhs of students in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan & India for the past10 years and is continuing to do so successfully.The word dermatoglyphics comes from two Greek words (derma = skin and glyphe = curve) and refers to thefriction ridge formations which appear on the finger prints, palms of the hands and soles of the feet.Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of fingerprints. Fingerprints or dermal ridge patterns are unique to eachindividual, and there are even differences between identical twins. By determining the form and different typesof patterns on the fingers this information can be used to help determine your intrinsic potential.Many researchpapers have elaborated on the link between finger print patterns and different diseases and psychologicalconditions.Further studies aroused educators’ interest in establishing a link between fingerprint pattern distribution andinnate intelligence potential distributions.Dermatoglyphics Analysis is an integration of neuroscience, medicine, genetics, psychology and behavioralscience and it is based on the formation and the amount of ridges present on the finger prints. Fingerprints areusually formed during the 13th to 19th week of an embryo. They begin to develop in the embryo in the 13thweek, and it is are formed by the 24th week. It is closely related to the infant’s brain development. Thedistribution of prints is considered to represent brain cells’ proportion and distribution in each of the brain lobes.According to European and American experts, fingerprints show different kinds of characteristics, even withmonozygotic (identical) twins.Experts who study dermatoglyphics believe that fingerprints (dermatoglyphy) were marks of embryonic nerves,which may reflect one’s genetic potential. Statistics show that the accuracy rate of dermatoglyphics analysiscan be up to 90%. Dermatoglyphics has a rich and scientific history of over 350 years and has documentationof research data and results dated 200 years back. Dr. Harold Cummins is acknowledged as the Father ofDermatoglyphics. He studied all aspects of finger print analysis in fields as varied as anthropology, embryologyand genetics. His famous Down Syndrome studies accurately predicted the genetic link to the disease uponstudy of finger print patterns and the Simian crease.The findings revealed that most children with learning difficulties have different fingerprints compared to normalchildren. Since each person’s fingerprints are unique, we can understand one’s innate potential, personality,and preferences by analyzing dermatoglyphic patterns. The Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligences Test helpsparents to identify their child’s potential at an early age and provide guidance accordingly to help expand theirpotential.
  3. 3. Why we must have DMI Report:The contents of this report will give a comprehensive and detailed insight into an age old scientific researchbased on Dermatoglyphics. Your personalized DMI report can be best understood and analyzed with the helpof the useful and relevant information below which addresses school age groups.For Children (Age group: 3 years to 10 years) Understand your child’s natural character traits Identify his/her innate abilities Identify best learning style for him/her Tailor-make your child’s learning programs Improve the relationship between parents and children. Use the right parenting/ teaching style Select Activities based on their innate abilities and Multiple IntelligencesFor Students (Age group: 11 years to 17 years) Know your Intrinsic potential Comparison between left and right brain hemispheres Understand your analytical and creative mind Allocation of various abilities based on your brain lobes’ strength Multiple Intelligences Distribution Personal Quotients - IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ, SQ MI and its sub-abilities to improve on your weaknesses Preferred Learning Style - Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic ATD perspective and Learning Sensitivity Learning Communication Character Personalize your extracurricular activities based on MI Career guidance based on your Multiple IntelligencesFor Teachers and Educational Institutions Understand your student’s natural character traits Identify student’s innate talents and weaknesses. Tailor-make your student’s learning programs & teaching methods. Remedial teaching for students with Learning disability based on Learning sensitivity Design multi modality teaching methods to meet the needs of all learning styles. Establish the Multiple Intelligences database of the students Organize academic and extra-curricular activities based on students’ innate abilities. Provide career counseling to your students based on MISchools need to give equal emphasis to arts, creativity, and the skills of imagination and synthesis.The development of the human brain occurs rapidly in the first years of life and continues at a slower pace intoadolescence. The major steps involved in brain development, both before and after birth, play important roles inpsychological development. In order to mould a child effectively, perhaps parents and teachers need to knowthe following stages of brain development: Human brain will develop rapidly soon after birth. Between the ages of 3-4, about 70% of the brain is developed. Once they reach their years 10-11, almost 90% of the brain is developed. Just before they reach their adulthood of 20 years their brain would have reached full development.
  4. 4. Prof. Howard Gardner & M.I. TheoryDr. Howard Gardner, a professor of cognition and education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education,developed his theory of Multiple Intelligences in 1983. Simply put, Dr. Gardner posits that people employseveral different types of intelligence, rather than one general type. This theory aroused and attracted the warmresponse from the whole world, especially in the Education and Psychology arena.Actually, no one uses just one type of intelligence; we all use several in our daily lives. Some are stronger thanothers for each person. Dr. Howard Gardner says that our schools and culture focus most of their attention onlinguistic and logical - mathematical intelligence. We esteem the highly articulate or logical people of ourculture. However, Dr. Gardner says that we should also place equal attention on individuals who show gifts inother intelligences: the artists, architects, musicians, naturalists, designers, dancers, therapists, entrepreneursand others who enrich the world in which we live.Unfortunately, many children who have these gifts don’t receive much reinforcement for them in school. Manyof these kids, in fact, end up being labelled ―learning disabled‖, having ADD (attention deficit disorder) or simplyunderachievers. when their unique ways of thinking and learning aren’t addressed by a heavily linguistic orlogical - mathematical classroom.The good news is that the theory of multiple intelligence has grabbed the attention of many educators aroundthe world, and hundreds of schools are currently using its philosophy to redesign the way it educates children.Reasoning behind Gardner’s Theory ―Individuals should be encouraged to use their preferred intelligences in learning.‖ ―Instructional activities should appeal to different forms of intelligence.‖ ―Assessment of learning should measure multiple forms of intelligence.‖ (Gardner)According to Gardner All human beings possess all nine intelligences in varying amounts. Each person has a different intellectual composition. We can improve education by addressing the multiple intelligences of our students. These intelligences are located in different areas of the brain and can either work independently ortogether. These intelligences may define the human species.
  5. 5. The 9 Multiple IntelligencesLogical-Mathematical IntelligenceAbility to explore patterns, categories and relationships by manipulating objects or symbols, and to experimentin a controlled, orderly way. Ability to reason either deductively or inductively and to recognize and manipulateabstract patterns and relationships.Profiles in Logical and Mathematical Intelligence : Galileo Galilei was a Tuscan physicist, mathematicianand astronomer who is now considered the ―Father of Modern Science.‖ He confirmed the phases of Venus,discovered the four satellites of Jupiter and analyzed sunspots. Many of his discoveries provided the foundationfor principles of physics taught in high schools and colleges today, paving the way for other logic smartscientists and researchers such as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking—and maybe you.Famous People Who Have High Logical/Mathematical Intelligence: Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein,Aryabhatta, Vishwanathan Anand, Shakuntala Devi, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein , Bill Gates , Warren Buffet, Stephen HawkingLinguistic IntelligenceAbility to use language to excite, please, convince, stimulate or convey information. Involves not only ease inproducing language, but also sensitivity to the nuances, order and rhythm of words.Profiles in Intelligence : Maya Angelou is an accomplished American poet; an award-winning writer, activist,playwright, actress and producer; and an important figure in the American Civil Rights Movement. Maya hasalso won three Grammy Awards for her autobiographical spoken-word recordings. Maya continues to influencepeople through her writing, speaking and documentaries—a prime example of word smarts at work.Famous People Who Have High Linguistic Intelligence: William Shakespeare, Robert Frost, Tony Robbins,Barack Obama, J.K. Rowling, Rabindranath Tagore, Ruskin Bond, Shobha De.Intrapersonal IntelligenceAbility to gain access to understand ones inner feelings, dreams and ideas. Personal knowledge turned inwardto the self. This form of intellect entails the ability to understand ones own emotions, goals and intentions.Profiles in Intrapersonal Intelligence : The Dali Lama is the head of state and spiritual leader of the peopleof Tibet. He is known as the Buddha of Compassion and has offered peaceful solutions to the conflicts in hiscountry. The Dali Lama is a leading proponent of human rights and world peace. Although he has receivedworldwide acclaim, he lives the simple life of a Buddhist monk and spends a great deal of time in mediation andself-reflection.Famous People Who Have High Intrapersonal Intelligence: Sigmund Freud, Anne Frank, Walt Whitman,Aristotle, Swami Vivekanand, The Dalai Lama, Anne Frank, Sai Baba, Osho, Paulo Coelho.
  6. 6. Interpersonal IntelligenceAbility to understand other people, to notice their goals, motivations, intentions and to work effectively withthem. Emphathize with others, observe and understand others’ moods, feelings, temparament.Profiles in Interpersonal Intelligence : Martin Luther King, Jr., was one of the key leaders of the civil rightsmovement in the United States. He was a Baptist minister who became a civil rights activist early in his career.He was the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to end racial segregation anddiscrimination through non-violent means. King also spoke out about poverty, the Vietnam War and otheraspects of social injustice. Above all, it was his ability to empathize with the plight of others that gave King thestrength to be a great leader.Famous People Who Have High Interpersonal Intelligence: Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Barkha Dutt,Anthony Robbins, Dr. Phil, Rajdeep SardesaiBodily-Kinesthetic IntelligenceAbility to use fine and gross motor skills in sports, the performing arts, or arts and crafts production. BodilyIntelligence involves using the body to solve problems, to create products, and to convey ideas and emotions.Profiles in Kinaesthetic Intelligence : Tiger Woods is one of the most successful athletes of all time. Woodshas won fourteen major professional golf championships and has more career wins than any other activegolfer. He was the youngest player to win the career Grand Slam and the youngest and fastest to win fiftytournaments on the PGA tour. Woods started playing golf at the age of two and at the age of fifteen he becamethe youngest ever Junior Amateur Champion, proving that your intelligences can be developed at a young ageand improved with practice.Famous People Who Have High Kinesthetic Intelligence:Famous people with high Bodily (Gross Motor) Intelligence - Sachin Tendulkar, Swami Ramdev, HrithikRoshan, Saroj Khan, Tiger Woods.Famous people with high Bodily (Fine Motor) Intelligence - MF Husain, Ritu Beri, Abhinav Bindra, Dr. NareshTrehan, PC Sarkar.Visual-Spatial IntelligenceAbility to perceive and mentally manipulate a form or object, and to perceive and create tension, balance andcomposition in a visual or spatial display. Ability to create visual-spatial representations of the world and totransfer those representations either mentally or concretelyProfiles in Visual/Spatial Intelligence : Michelangelo was an Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, architectand poet. His artistic output included the paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome and thesculpture of David in Rome. Of course you don’t have to be a famous painter to make the most of your picturesmarts. An advertising executive, graphic designer or landscape architect may someday become theMichelangelo of his or her own field.Famous People Who Have High Visual/Spatial Intelligence:Famous people with high Visual (Spatial) Intelligence - Frank Llyod Wright, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo,Gustavo Eiffel.Famous people with Visual (Graphic) Intelligence - Pablo Picasso, Walt Disney, Manish Malhotra, SarnathBannerjee.
  7. 7. Musical IntelligenceAbility to enjoy, perform or compose a musical piece. Includes sensitivity to pitch, rhythm of sounds, as well asresponsiveness to the emotional implications of these elements.Profiles in Musical Intelligence : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was one of the most prolific musicalcomposers of all time. Born in Salzburg, Germany, he was an accomplished pianist and violinist by the age offive. Mozart composed more than six hundred musical works that included a variety of operas, symphonies,chamber music, choral music and piano pieces. Considered a musical prodigy, the legacy he created throughhis musical intelligence will live forever.Famous People Who Have High Musical Intelligence: Lata Mangeshkar, AR Rahman, Michael Jackson,Paul McCartney, MozartNaturalist IntelligenceAbility to recognise flora and fauna, communion with the natural world and its phenomena. Involves the fullrange of knowing what occurs in and through our encounters with the natural world including our recognition,appreciation, and understanding of the natural environment.Profiles in Naturalistic Intelligence : John Audubon was an American naturalist, painter, and cataloger ofthe birds of North America. He laid the foundation for much of our understanding of bird’s anatomy andbehaviour. The National Audubon Society was incorporated and named in his honour to conserve and restorenatural ecosystems and to preserve the habitats of birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and theearth’s biological diversity.Famous People Who Have High Naturalist Intelligence: Charles Darwin, Menaka Gandhi, Medha Patkar,RK Pachuri, Sunita Narain.Existential IntelligenceExistential Intelligence is concerned with the inner life of mind and spirit and its relationship to being in theworld. It implies a capacity for a deep understanding of existential questions and insight into multiple levels ofconsciousness; and also implies awareness of spirit as the creative life force of evolution. It also impliesawareness of our relationship to the transcendent, to each other, to the earth and all beingsProfiles in Existentialial Intelligence : ―I will give you a talisman. Whenever you are in doubt, or when the selfbecomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man[woman] whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use tohim [her]. Will he [she] gain anything by it? Will it restore him [her] to a control over his [her] own life anddestiny? In other words, will it lead to swaraj [freedom] for the hungry and spiritually starving millions? Then youwill find your doubts and yourself melt away.‖- One of the last notes left behind by Mahatma Gandhi in 1948, expresses his Existential Intelligence.Famous People Who Have High Existential Intelligence: Socrates, Buddha, Jesus Christ, Wayne Dyer, St.Augustine
  8. 8. Brain LobesThe cerebral cortex can be divided into four sections, which are known as lobes (see image above). TheFrontal lobe, Parietal lobe, Occipital lobe and Temporal lobe have been associated with different functionsranging from reasoning to auditory perception.1) The Frontal lobe (mainly used in Thinking and Imagination) is located at the front of the brain and isassociated with reasoning, problem solving, Logical thinking, computation process, Rationalization, Linguisticfunction, Visual spatial imagination, idea formation and conceptualization. At the back of the frontal lobe, nearthe central sulcus, lies the motor cortex. This area of the brain receives information from various lobes of thebrain and utilizes this information to carry out body movements.Left Frontal lobe handles : - Logical Reasoning, Computation Process, Analysis, Conceptual Understanding,Numeric, Grammar and LinguisticRight Frontal lobe handles : - Imagination, Idea formation, Visualization, 3D, Visual Spatial AbilityThe Prefrontal lobe (denotes Mental Ability) The anterior (front) portion of the frontal lobe is called the prefrontalcortex. It is very important for the "higher cognitive functions" and the determination of the personality. It assistsin planning, management, communication, coordinating, controlling our behaviour and emotions. It alsoregulates our creative ability, leadership qualities, intuition and visualization.Left Prefrontal lobe handles : - Rational Thinking, Planning, Coordinating, Controlling, Executing Behavior, SelfAchievement Motive, CommunicationRight Prefrontal lobe handles : - Leadership, Interpersonal, Creativity, Goal Visualization, Determination, SelfEsteem, Intuition2) The occipital lobe (mainly used in Visual Perception) is located at the back portion of the brain and isassociated with interpreting visual stimuli and information. The primary visual cortex, which receives andinterprets information from the retinas of the eyes, is located in the occipital lobe. The left part controls VisualIdentification, observation and Reading comprehension and the right part controls visual and imageappreciation abilityLeft Occipital lobe handles : - Visual Identification, Interpretation, Reading, ObservationRight Occipital lobe handles : - Visualization, Visual Appreciation, Art, Aesthetic Sense3) The parietal lobe (governing Kinesthetic Ability) is located in the middle section of the brain and is associatedwith processing tactile sensory information such as pressure, touch, and pain. A portion of the brain known asthe somatosensory cortex is located in this lobe and is essential to the processing of the bodys senses. It isresponsible for Movement differentiation, Physical Movements, Operation understanding, Bodily mobility,rhythmic movement, muscle coordination & Physical appreciation.Left Parietal lobe handles : - Fine Motor Skills, Action Identification, Control of Body MovementsRight Parietal lobe handles : - Gross Motor Skills, Body Movement and Sense4) The Temporal Lobe (governing Auditory Perception) is located on the bottom section of the brain. This lobeis also the location of the primary auditory cortex, which is important for interpreting sounds and the languagewe hear. The hippocampus is also located in the temporal lobe, which is why this portion of the brain is alsoheavily associated with the formation of memories. The left part controls Phonics differentiation, Languageunderstanding & Sound Identification ability and the right part controls auditory and music appreciation ability.Left Temporal lobe handles : - Language Ability, Language Understanding, Audio Identification, Memory AbilityRight Temporal lobe handles : - Music , Emotions, Feelings
  9. 9. IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ, SQ QUOTIENTS IQ : Intelligence Quotient consists of Logical-Mathematical & Linguistic Intelligences EQ : Emotional Quotient consists of Intra-Personal & Inter-Personal Intelligences AQ : Adversity Quotient consists of Bodily-Kinesthetic & Naturalistic Intelligences CQ : Creativity Quotient consists of Visual-Spatial & Musical Intelligences SQ : Spiritual Quotient consists of Existential IntelligenceIQ measures the ability to grasp, retain and recall factual knowledge.Emotional Intelligence, EQ, measures the ability to understand and maturely manage people and challenges.Spiritual Intelligence, SQ, expands the horizon beyond the ego. It attunes one to a larger circle of awarenessand influence. They argue that the SQ is the basic foundation for an effective use of IQ and EQ.IQ and EQ give way to spiritual intelligence, the ultimate intelligence that can add value and meaning to yourlife.Adversity Quotient, AQ, is the science of human resilience. Resilience is the ability to adapt well to stress,adversity, trauma or tragedy. It entails remaining stable and maintaining healthy levels of physical andpsychological functions, even in the face of chaos.People with high IQ exhibit the following characteristics Logical and Analytical ability Inquisitiveness Problem-Solving Skills Interest in Reading Extraordinary Memory Perfectionism Long attention spanPeople who successfully apply Adversity Quotient, AQ, exhibit the following They perform optimally in the face of adversity - the challenges big and small that confront us each day.In fact, they not only learn from these challenges, but they also respond to them better and faster. Thisis because, Adversity Quotient leverages on our natural ability to learn and change, enhancing this vitalability. Recent researches have proved that Adversity Quotient can be increased dramatically,permanently rewired and strengthened.People with high Creative quotient, CQ, exhibit the following characteristics: They are fluent thinkers, able to generate possibilities, consequences, or related ideas. They are flexible thinkers, able to use many different alternatives and approaches to problem solving. They are original thinkers, seeking new, unusual, or unconventional associations and combinationsamong items of information. They often display intellectual playfulness and like to fantasize and imagine. They are sensitive to beauty and are attracted to aesthetic values.
  10. 10. People with High Emotional quotient, EQ, exhibit the following characteristics: They Express their feelings clearly and directly. They are not dominated by negative emotions such as Fear, Worry, Guilt, Shame, Embarrassment,Obligation, Disappointment, and Hopelessness. They are able to read non-verbal communication. They Balance feelings with reason, logic, and reality. They are independent, self-reliant and morally autonomous. They are intrinsically motivated. They are not motivated by power, wealth, status, fame or approval. They are emotionally resilient.People with high Spiritual Quotient, SQ, exhibit the following characteristics: Flexibility Self-awareness An ability to face and use suffering The ability to be inspired by a vision An ability to see connections between diverse things (thinking holistically) A desire and capacity to cause as little harm as possible A tendency to probe and ask fundamental questions An ability to go against convention.A Beautiful MindA child’s mind is like the bud of a flower; beautiful and ready to blossom and witness the beauty of the worldoutside.As responsible and loving parents you need to remember one important thing though,A Jasmine bud never blossoms into a Rose flower, nor does a Rose bud never blossoms into a Lotusflower……!!!!Let every child’s mind blossom and radiate it’s own fragrance……!!!!You just need to nurture it with your love and care……!!!!The 2 most wonderful things a parent can give his child are ― Roots & Wings ―We Provide complete Solution.BHAVIN SHAH, 9925033297for INFOVALLY SOFTWARE SOLUTIONSEmail: contacttobhavin@yahoo.comVisit: WWW.myINTELLIGENTbrain.com