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MEMORY IMPROVING METHODS
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Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury
Guinness book of World Record Holder
idea
publication
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First edition: May, 2007
Publisher : idea publication
B-121, Greenfields colony
Faridabad-121003 (Haryana)
Phone:09312286540, 0129-3219888
Fax: 0129-2510534
e-mail: ideapublication@hotmail.com
website: www.biswaroop.com
Translators : Arvinder, Vivek
Technical consultant : Suyesh Prashant
Cartoon : Bijan
Research : Rekha Singh, Jolly Dintis
Typing and designing : Shankar Singh Koranga
Cover design : Shekhar Kashyap
Special inputs : Neerja Roy Chowdhury
Web editor : Vijay Bhinder
Coordinator : G. K . Saroj
Price : 495/-
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Media comments on Author's Achievements-
Memory superman reigns.
-The Hindu, 27 July, 2006
Biswaroop has got the brains and memory to restore everything.
-Mid Day, 29 July, 2006
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Chowdhury, who has found a place in Guinness Book of World Records, virtually stormed
Bhubhaneswar when students and parents made a beeline to hear him at a demonstration.
-The Time of India, 15 Nov, 2006
He is the master of memory who can remember hundreds of name after one reading.
-The Hitvada, 19 August, 2006
Man with strongest memory attempts world record.
- Lokmat Times, 18 August, 2006
Germany has been defeated once again. This time round is not Italy but India. Memory
expert Biswaroop broke the record of Germanys Michalela Bochvaldova.
-The Pioneer, 21 July, 2006
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Media Comments on world's first memory movie 'Yaad Rekhenge Aap'
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-The Times of India, 14 August, 2006
'Biswaroop is a memory genius with a penchant for breaking records.'
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With year of research & hard work, Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury has created the Mnemonic
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Memory workshop is tailored to suit the critical need of individuals of every age group
-Hindustan Times, 28 Jan., 2004
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MEDIA COMMENTS ON BISWAROOPS INVENTION
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Pen to improve memory.
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Bad memory? Buy a Mnemonic Pen.
-The Pioneer, 18 April, 2003
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Biswaroops latest invention is the Mnemonic Pen This will help people double their
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-Indian Express 15
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INTELLECTUALS FEEDBACK ON BISWAROOP RESEARCH
'In fact education system has created pressure on students in which Memory techniques
by Biswaroop can provide some rescue'
-Dr. A.K.Sharma
Former Director of NCERT
(On the occasion of the release of Dynamic Memory Methods)
'The greatest mystery of life is our ignorance about human brain. Infact the brain is not
a dustbin, but a gateway for some higher attainment. This demonstration by Biswaroop
is an assurance that not everything is lost in the civilization'
Justice M.N. Venkatachallieh
Former Chief Justice of India
'Biswaroops memory technique is surely a help to over burdened students'.
Prof. Dr. G.R.Sunder
Registrar, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan
'Biswaroops technique should be a part of school curriculum'.
- Kiran Bedi
Senior IPS
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. To my respected parents who are the
inspiration behind my creative writing.
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The Hindu, 7 April 2007
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INDEX
1. How to read this book?.......................................................................... 21
2. Preface..................................................................................................... 23
3. Concentration ......................................................................................... 28
4. Chain Method (Shopping List).............................................................. 34
5. Shape Method (Appointments etc.) ...................................................... 41
6. Kiran Method ......................................................................................... 53
i) Vocabulary.............................................................................................. 67
ii) Country / Capitals................................................................................ 75
iii) Country / Currency ............................................................................. 77
iv) How to learn the names of Countries and Parliaments? .................. 79
v) Objective type questions by Kiran method1...................................... 83
vi) Objective type questions of Biology .................................................. 87
vii) Objective type questions of Commerce............................................ 92
viii)Books and authors .............................................................................. 94
ix) Diseases and concerned body parts.................................................... 96
x)Minerals and places ............................................................................... 99
xi) Inventions and Inventors ................................................................... 107
xii) Scientific terminology ....................................................................... 110
7. Tera Kya Hoga Kalia Memory Improving Methods ........................ 113
i) Practice for Kalia method................................................................. 129
ii) Dates and events.............................................................................. 139
iii) Elements and atomic number........................................................ 143
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iv) How to memorise a map?.............................................................. 151
v) How to memorise a calendar? ........................................................ 156
8. Ek Machhar method............................................................................. 191
i) Road Maps
ii) Formula
iii)Equations
iv) Symbols
9. Submarine method for theory in points............................................. 209
10.Akbar and Disco dancer method ....................................................... 215
11.Sabu method for Biology diagrams .................................................. 222
12.Adda Method for diseases ................................................................. 225
13. Chain-Kiran method for rivers and their routes.............................. 229
14. Chain Kalia Method.......................................................................... 231
15.How to learn flow chart, programming etc....................................... 234
16.How to learn chip diagram................................................................ 239
17.How to learn speeches........................................................................ 245
18.How to learn mathematical tables..................................................... 249
19.How to learn square roots.................................................................. 254
20. How to learn anything and everything............................................ 259
21.Use of Kiran method........................................................................... 262
22.Basanti method for examinations....................................................... 264
23.Kabhi Alvida Na Kahna to your dreams .............................................. 273
24.Open your Tera Kya Hoga Kalia- memory training centre............ 284
25. A proposal for coaching centres and schools ................................. 285
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TO READ
H
O
W
THIS BOOK?
You are about to embark upon an adventure of self-
discovery. After you have read this book, you will be able
to realise your hidden potential. So, before you begin, here
are some helpful tips.
Watch the VCD given in the accompanying kit. It will
help you understand the book better.
Do not skip or leave any chapter. The given examples
may or may not be relevant for you but each example will
help you grasp the memory techniques which in turn shall
help you understand the next chapter.
It is better if you read one chapter at a time and practice
the given examples thoroughly before you begin the next.
In order to understand the book properly, do not be in a
hurry to finish it.
Concentrate on the contents and read carefully. You
may even take a month to finish the book.
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P
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What do you know about Tera Kya Hoga Kalia- Memory Improving
Methods? Are you surprised at the title? Eh! Its natural. How can a
dialogue from a film be related to memory improving techniques?
Before I explain the relation between the two, I want to ask you a
question.
Tera Kya Hoga Kalia is a dialogue from which film?
i) Zanjeer
ii) Kalia
iii) Sholay
iv) None of these
97% of the readers knew the answer even without looking at the
options. 2% of the readers would have remembered that the dialogue
is from the film Sholay after reading the options and just 1% would
perhaps not have any idea about it.
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There would be many readers who might not have seen the film Sholay
but I am sure even they have heard the dialogue many times.
Again, the same question arises. What is so special about this dialogue
Tera Kya Hoga Kalia? How can it help open the rusted locks of our
memory? Or how will it help in sharpening our memory? Actually the
magic secret lies within the words of the dialogue. If we delete the vowels
(a, e, i, o, u) from the dialogue, the rules or secrets of memory techniques
are hidden in the remaining consonants. With the help of these rules you
can easily remember long number tables, telephone numbers, birthdays
and anniversaries etc. Very often in your student life, you have to
remember complex scientific equations, formulae and important historical
dates. Those of you who are pursuing professional courses like C.A. have
to memorise sections, cases, formulae etc. with the help of our memory
improving techniques they can easily learn all this in a very short time.
O.K. let me give you a memory test first. If I ask you to memorise
hundred digits from the table given on page 26, how much time will you
take? It is likely that you may not even be interested in answering my
question. For the simple reason that you may think that this is almost
impossible. It is not easy to memorise so many digits. If some of you are
ready to take this challenge, you will perhaps take an hour to complete
this exercise. If you are asked to repeat the digits after sometime, you
might get confused and you might forget many times. If you are asked to
repeat the digits in the reverse order? I think, you cannot even imagine
achieving this feat. And you would perhaps insist that it is impossible to
learn so many digits in the reverse order.
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Once you have learnt the rules of Tera Kya Hoga Kalia Memory Improving
Methods (TKHKMIM), you will automatically get the answers to all these
questions. Because after you have learnt these rules, you will be able to keep all
these digits and numbers secure in your memory for ever. Whenever asked,
you will be able to give the exact reply. You would be able to repeat the digits
even in the reverse order or from any where for that matter.
You must be thinking that I am making rather tall claims. But I can
assure you that Tera Kya Hoga Kalia Memory Improving Methods will go a
long way in improving your memory because it is on the basis of these
very techniques that I have secured an entry into the Guinness Book of
World Records for the fastest memory in the world.
I was never an exceptionally brilliant or intelligent child. If I look
back towards my school and college days, I can see the image of a
student who would be sitting with a book, racking his brains for hours
trying to learn his lessons. It would take me hours to learn even the
smallest chapter and that too would be forgotten soon after. Sitting in
the examination hall, I would try hard to remember what I had
supposedly learnt so well, but to my utter dismay, my mind would be
totally blank. After leaving the examination hall, I would start recalling
in bits and pieces what I had learnt so well before entering the
examination hall. But you do not have to worry or panic, you have
TKHKMIM. With the help of these techniques you can learn complex
details in 2-3 hours which normally would have taken about 8 hours
for you to learn properly.
Have you ever tried to analyse what percentage of your brain is actually
put to use? Scientists believe that on an average we tend to use just 2-3 percent
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of our brain. Whatever this percentage might be, a major portion of our brain
remains unused all our lives.
After the death of renowned scientist Einstein research scholars operated
upon his brain in an attempt to dissect how he became such a great scientist.
And they were shocked at their findings. Just 8% of Einsteins brain had been
active all his life. The gist of the matter is that 92% of the brain of as eminent a
scientist as Einstein was inactive and unused throughout his life. God or nature
has endowed us with such a brain that by using it to the utmost point we can
give more than twelve times better scientific results than what Einstein did.
Tera Kya Hoga Kalia Memory Improving Methods can help us utilise our
brain in a much better way. Now our Kalia shall help you awaken even the
dormant areas of your brain and utilise these to the maximum. Kalia can make
interesting even the most drab and uninteresting subjects. Till now the
characters from the film Sholay Jai, Veeru and Gabbar were just entertaining
you but now they will also help you in your studies, make you learn your lessons
in much less time and help you score good marks in your exams.
Before we proceed, we have to ascertain the level of your memory. For
this you have to learn a 100 digits table (from left to right) given below in
fifteen minutes. Just see how many digits you can learn in fifteen minutes
3 5 9 6 8 3 0 1 3 0 5 5 9
6 5 8 7 4 5 0 2 1 2 0 3 6
5 8 7 9 4 5 2 1 0 2 9 6 5
4 7 8 5 2 1 0 2 5 8 8 7 5
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4 2 3 6 9 8 7 4 2 4 9 1 3
5 4 9 0 3 1 0 5 4 0 3 9 8
7 0 2 5 7 3 9 6 1 2 7 8 5
6 1 0 3 8 5 0 9 6
Fill the box below with the digits that you were able to learn in
fifteen minutes. This will tell us how ready you are to begin the
adventurous journey of memory improving techniques with us.
I assure you that with Kalias help and support you will be easily
able to learn your Maths, Social Studies, Sanskrit, Geography, Hindi,
English etc. But before this you must know what concentration is?
How does your brain work? Or what are the things that connect
easily with your brain?
In the next three chapters, we shall address all these issues from the
seventh chapter onwards, Kalia will be with you like a true and trusted friend.
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Now let us learn what is concentration? What are the benefits
of concentration? Often your parents and teachers tell you-
Pay proper attention to your studies, otherwise you may
fail.
Concentrate on your studies.
Improve your concentration power.
The question is how to concentrate? What activity
of the mind helps us concentrate? If you want to
understand concentration clearly, you will have to
know the rules of concentration.
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For this you will have to remember an incident or a moment of your life,
when you were able to concentrate completely, you were fully attentive and
thoroughly immersed in that moment. For example
Dont you watch a movie with full concentration?
Do you hear the knock at the door or the telephone ring while
watching your favourite TV serial?
The major reason behind total concentration is interest. Yes, it is
our interest in a film, in a match or in a TV serial that helps us to
concentrate. The interest arrests our attention and we are able to
concentrate. We cannot concentrate on the areas that we are not
interested in. For example, the long answers that you have to learn,
you find them uninteresting and spiceless. Hence, your concentration
wanders and you cannot learn even after hours of struggle.
Now the question arises, how do we feel interested in certain
subjects and find others uninteresting. To know the answer to this
question, you will have to answer a simple question. Why do people
start crying while watching a movie? Yes, you guessed it right; they
get carried away in the rush of emotions. They start feeling that
those heart felt emotions on the screen are their own feelings. The
mental and the emotional state of the narrator gets connected to
their feelings and a state of identification is achieved. It is this
process of identification with the emotional state of the character
that moves you to tears. In the previous chapter you tried to learn
those 100 digits. Did you feel emotionally attached to these?
Obviously not! Because they are just dry and meaningless digits and
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they do not arouse our interest. We can relate or identify with things
only if we feel interested in them.
Try to remember an incident or a moment of your life in which you were
completely immersed. Your memory of such days or moments will be crystal
clear. For example, the day when you received a prize on the stage for the first
time? I daresay that even after many years, those moments are still firmly
etched in your memory.
Annual functions are organised every year in schools and colleges,
but you would remember only that particular function clearly in
which you also participated. As a viewer you may forget the
programme, but the one in which you were a participant will be
secure in your memory for ever because you were a part of that event.
Those moments have become a part of you.
Just imagine for a while that you are going on a road. Suddenly a ball
comes in front of you. It is possible that you may not even notice it. But if you
turn suddenly and spot your younger brother playing amongst the children at
the corner, you would feel interested in the game. It was your brother who
deliberately directed the ball towards you with his bat. Wont you want to
stop and watch your brother play? Wont you want to know his score and that
who is actually winning the match?
Why did you feel interested in that game of cricket? It is, because
of the presence of your brother. As compared to cricket matches
between other nations, why are we more passionately involved in
India Pakistan matches? It is because we are able to identify and
relate ourselves with the teams of India and Pakistan. They are a
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part of us; the players are from amongst us. Obviously, we are more
interested.
It has often been observed that the human mind absorbs new
information only when it somehow matches the information that is
already stored there. This is known as Association law or the rule of
Association.
Now let us see how the law of Association can be applied to your studies.
How this law can help add punch and zing to your dull studies. How it can
help you remember events, dates and digits in no time and make the process
delightful as well.
Besides, from the seventh chapter onwards the art of
Memory Improving Methods will be with you. It is
generally said that with a good companion, the journey of
life becomes delightful. I am almost certain that with
Kalia the journey of this book will not only be adventurous
and interesting but will also be full of entertainment.
Memory is divided into three stages -
(i) Learning
(ii) Memorising (Keeping secure in memory)
(iii) Recalling at the right moment
If you memorise an answer once, there is no guarantee that you will be
able to keep it secure in your memory for a long time. Even if you do remember,
you are not sure if you will be able to recall the details when you need them the
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most. You must have observed that students forget their answers the moment
they get the question paper. They recall clearly having revised the same answer
just the night before or even early that morning. But despite this they cannot
recall the answer. The moment they come out of the examination hall, they
suddenly recall the entire answer.
The fact is that they had not really forgotten the answer. It was
lodged in a corner of the mind. Normally, many students have to
grapple with this problem of memory-loss.
For example if you meet someone in the market, the person
wishes warmly and comes forward to meet you. You strongly
feel that the face is very familiar but you are not able to recognise
and place him. You rack your brains trying to figure out where
you have met that person, who he is, how do you know him etc.
During the conversation you may remember a number of things
associated with him but you are still not able to recall his name.
Your hesitation doesnt let you ask his name and meanwhile the
person leaves. Many days later you suddenly remember the name
of that person at home. This happens because you had actually
not forgotten his name in the first place. It was there in your
mind. But you could not recall it at the right time. Remembering
and recalling at the right time are two different aspects of the
mind. With the help of Tera Kya Hoga Kalia Memory Improving
Methods you can learn and memorise in less time, retain for a
long time and recall at the right time.
Another secret lies in Imagination or Visualisation. Imagining a thing or
an event once is equivalent to speaking it twenty times. The nerves that connect
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the eyes to the brain are twenty times more powerful than the nerves that
connect the ears to the brain. Hence what you have seen once remains in your
memory much longer than what you have just heard.
Let us take the example of a dog. The mental set-up of a dog is
such that by smelling or sniffing something, he can store it in his
memory and remembers the smell for a long time. Smelling or
sniffing is a very important part of the memory system of a dogs
brain. A dog does not have any other option but his sense of smell
and memory retention are very strongly connected.
A human being, on the other hand, has a strong retention power
of the things that he has seen or visualised and absorbed in his
mind completely. Watching an event leads to much easier
retention as compared to listening or reading about it. You must
have felt several times in your life that you remember faces but
forget names. Has it ever happened that you remember a persons
name and not his face? Although with increasing age many
changes occur in the face but despite that we do not forget faces.
This is because we see the face and we hear the name. Seeing
something leads to permanent memory. When you visualize
something or I should say when you see something with your
minds eye, remembering long essay-type answers, word-meanings
etc. becomes an easy task.
From the seventh chapter onwards Kalia would help you in the process
of visualisation. Dull learning is soon going to change into fun-learning. Be
ready for the fun.
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How many of you have seen the film Zanjeer. Do you
remember the hero and the heroine? Even if you have not
seen the film, you still know the meaning of the word zanjeer.
Dont you? It is a chain, a link that connects two different
things; let us take the example of a cycle. When you start
paddling, you can see that it is the chain that transfers the
energy from one wheel to the other. Anything that physically
links two different things together is called a chain. Prisoners
are also made to wear chains.
The rules of association and imagination shall be used in
the chain method as well.
Ch a in
Met h od
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Let us suppose you are reading and revising sitting in your
study room, or for that matter, sitting anywhere in the house,
in the car or in the lawn. Now close your eyes for a while and
imagine that you are in the kitchen. Try to visualize how and
where different things are placed in the kitchen. Where is the
rack for dishes, where is the gas-stove etc. Now, imagine the
setting of your drawing room. I am sure you can easily visualise
all the details. This happens because the entire setting of the
drawing room is there in your mind. It is so familiar that you
see the entire room in your mind in the fraction of a second.
With your imagination you have connected and related to all
the details in a very short while.
In the chain method, we would take the help of the
technique of visualising and connecting. Now, with the help
of these two techniques try to remember the following shopping
list. There are a few articles given in this list and by connecting
these names to one another, we can easily remember all of them
through visualisation.
Cap Toothpaste Bucket Mobile Books
Tomato Car Biscuit Cold drink Sugar
Read jacket Pen Bed sheet Calculator Dog food
Asian Paint Computer Bike CD Lux
Chocolate Cricket bat Shirt Potato Ice cream
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VISUALISE: You are wearing a big
cap and brushing your teeth with
toothpaste. There is a bucket full of
water in front of you.
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While taking out water from the bucket, you drop your mobile in
it. You think of fixing the mobile and open a book. As you open the
book you see pictures of red tomatoes on each page of the book.
You pick up one tomato and as you chop it, a car comes out of it.
The car is loaded with biscuits. You drive the car but it runs out of
petrol. You go to the petrol station but the attendant fills cold drink
in the car instead of petrol.
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After the car is filed with cold drink, it moves at a high speed and you are
unable to control it. It rams into a bag of sugar. You scream for help and some
people who are wearing red jackets come to your rescue. You find a beautiful
blue pen in their pocket. You start drawing and painting with that pen on a
white bed sheet of your house. A customer comes to buy the pen and you try
to tell the price with the help of a calculator. Suddenly, a white dog comes
running, snatches the calculator and swallows it.
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As you chase the dog it falls into a drum
filled with Asian paint. The dog is red
when it comes out of the drum. Now the
dog starts operating a computer and a bike
comes out of the computer. The wheels of
this bike are in the shape of a CD
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You want to clean the CD and start washing it with lux
soap. While you are rubbing the soap, a chocolate comes
out of it. The moment you throw the chocolate like a ball
onto a cricket bat, it goes into the shirt pocket of your friend.
He gets annoyed and starts throwing potatoes on you. You
catch the potato and squeeze it, and hey presto! White vanilla
ice cream comes out of it. You thoroughly enjoy the delicious
ice cream.
We have just created a visual, or I should say, made a mind-picture. In
other words, we have visualised a sequence. Now if I ask you what came out
of the pocket of a man in red jacket? You will easily recall that it was a blue
pen. If I ask you what the car was loaded with. You will immediately tell me
it was loaded with biscuits. This is the consequence of visualising and imagining
things in different vibrant colours. Clear imagination leads to clearer and more
secure memory.
Now fill the list given below in a proper serial order. You will be able to
judge if you have learnt the chain method.
See how the chain method helped you in linking different things together
and you were able to recall everything in the blinking of an eyelid.
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Now let us talk about the shape method. Once you have
understood this method, you will have an easy access to Kalia.
In fact, the techniques of generating interest, concentration,
imagination and connection etc. are all various means of
reaching Kalia. Now, with the shape method you will learn
how to remember digits with the help of shapes connected to
them.
If you visualize the digit 1, dont you feel it resembles a
stick? In the same way the digit 2 is like a duck, 3 is related to
the shape of a heart, 4 to a chair, 5 is related to a hook, 6 to a
hockey stick, 7 to a lamp post, 8 to spectacles, 9 to a lollypop, 10
can be visualised as a bat and a ball.


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Fill these shapes in the blanks given below. You can analyse if you have been
able to remember these shapes clearly or not.
1 ..
2 ..
3 ..
4 ..
5 ..
6 ..
7 ..
8 ..
9 ..
10 ..
Now, let us come to number 11. It looks like
a road. Doesnt it? And the number 12 resembles
the shape of a cap.
These shapes can help you memorize
information related to the numbers. For
example let us presume for a while that you are
going to be very busy tomorrow. You want to
know and remember the time of all your
appointments without consulting you diary.


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1.00 Have to deposit the telephone bill
2.00 Pick-up uncle from the Airport
3.00 Shopping
4.00 Get camera repaired
5.00 Exchange books at the Library.
6.00 Go to meet aunty
7.00 Pick-up brother from the railway station
8.00 Meet the Principal.
9.00 Go to the dentist
10.00 Board meeting
11.00 Atal Bihari Vajpayee coming for dinner
12.00 Watch favourite TV serial.
Now, in order to remember the list of
appointments, let us connect the digits to their shapes.
We have to establish a clear connection between the
two. Here we shall make use of the technique of
visualisation or creating a memory-picture. Try and
have a clear visual picture. Thinking in bright vibrant
colours can be of great help in this exercise.
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You have to deposit your telephone
bill at one oclock. The digit 1 resembles
a stick. Imagine that you are calling up
your friend but instead of using your
finger to dial the number, you are using
a stick.
VISUALISATION (CREATING MEMORY-PICTURES)
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At 2 oclock you have to pick-up your uncle from the
airport. The digit 2 resembles a duck. Imagine that you
are flying on a duck and going to the airport.
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You have to go shopping at 3 oclock. The
digit 3 resembles the shape of a heart. Imagine
that you are in your favourite shop. To your
surprise you find that instead of goods the shop
is filled with hearts and the shopkeeper is selling
hearts.
At 4 you have to get your camera repaired.
The digit 4 resembles the shape of a chair.
Imagine that you kept your camera on a chair
in the house, the camera broke into pieces and
you find these pieces lying on the chair.
At 5 you have to see the librarian and get some
books exchanged. The digit 5 resembles a hook.
Imagine that you are using a hook to reach the
books lying on the top shelf in the library.
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At 6 you have to go to see your aunty. The
digit 6 resembles a hockey stick. Imagine that
you are playing hockey with your aunty at her
house.
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At 7 you have to go to the railway station to
pick up your brother. The digit 7 resembles a
lamp post. It would be fun to imagine that you
have climbed a tall lamppost and looking
towards the railway station to check if the train
has arrived or not?
At 8 you have an appointment with your
principal. The digit 8 resembles the shape of
spectacles. You can visualise that you are giving
an expensive pair of Ray Ban sunglasses to your
principal as a gift.
At 9, there is an appointment with the dentist. The
digit 9 looks like a lollypop. Imagine that you tooth
started aching after eating a lollypop. Create a
memory picture that when you met your dentist even
he was eating a lollypop and to your surprise he
started cleaning your tooth with a lollypop!
There is a Board Meeting at 10. Number 10
reminds you of a bat and a ball. Create a
memory-picture that you are sitting with
important people and there are lots of bats and
balls lying in centre of the table. Everyone is
talking about these bats and balls.
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At 11 you have invited Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee to dinner. The number 11
resembles a road. Make a memory picture that you have got the roads cleaned
because of the ex-prime ministers visit. There are security arrangements also.
Mr. Vajpayee comes and expresses a desire to dine on the road itself.
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At 12 you have to watch your favouri te TV
programme. This number resembles a cap. Make a
memory-picture that you have kept your cap on the TV
The moment you switch on the TV you see a newsreader.
She picks up your cap from the TV and wears it.
You have just seen how, with the help of imagination, we could easily
remember the entire time schedule of the day. Fill in the blanks given bellow
and test your memory.
1.00 ..
2.00 ..
3.00 ..
4.00 ..
5.00 ..
6.00 ..
7.00 ..
8.00 ..
9.00 ..
10.00 ..
11.00 ..
12.00 ..
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