Unable to see push is complete on terminal

I am not getting push complete command on terminal and not getting readme.txt file on github.

Once your Command Line Interface reports that the push is complete, refresh the page on GitHub. You should now see the text you wrote earlier in the README file, “Hello Git and GitHub.”

GitHub automatically displays the contents of a file named README.txt if it exists in the repository.

I am begineer in this…

What happens when you run git push?

it does not show anything on terminal
niether gives any error nor move forward Like git upload successful.

please look at image also… this what exactly happening.

Hmm. I’m surprised there’s nothing. I’d expect at least an error code, did you run that command? It seems to be written out but not yet run in that screenshot.
What do you get for:

git log
git branch -a
git status
git remote -v

yes i have already runned that command

sir,
here i have attached new screen shot of all those command you have written above please look at this and try to solve.

You’ve missed most of the early pitfalls, there’s a commit made and a remote set up. From what I’m aware using -u or set-upstream still makes a push. You could try without the flag since it should now be set correctly-

git push origin main

What was in your last commit?

git show HEAD

NOW IT IS SHOWING LIKE THAT DO I NEED TO AGAIN DO ALL THE PROCESS FROM BEGINEEiNG BY
DELETING GIT_PRACTICE FILE AND ALL ?