Monday, 14 August 2017

15 August Happy Independence Day Celebration India

 15 August - Happy Independence Day Celebration India

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On 15th of August entire India is going to celebrate the 67th year of it’s  Independence. A very important date in the history of modern India where it dispelled the shackles of foreign rule to be it’s own master. It has been noticed in the human history that strong nations have been dominating the weaker nations and India’s independence was very much necessary as the English rule was exploiting the country, it’s people, the natural resources and destroying the inherent ancient values, human love and peaceful coexistence. They were bent upon destroying the native culture and in fact they not only governed the administration but they were making inroads into the psyche of Indian people. India under the British rule was losing it’s identity and national ego. Noted freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak explained to suffering Indians that ‘ Freedom is our birth right and we should not allow anyone to intrude upon our country and our minds. He questioned the presence of the British in India reminding them “India is not their business and they should leave the nation” under the able guidance of Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Mahatma Gandhi became the torch bearer of the India Independence movement and under his leadership the world witnessed unique movement of Independence completely based on non – violence and human love. Mahatma Gandhi entered in the hearts and minds of Indians by his philosophical thoughts of Independence mobilized the entire country and brought the whole country under on umbrella. India today is a proud independent nation understanding it’s responsibility in maintaining world peace. Today India is heard on all the political, social and cultural platforms all over the world. The independent India has been following the policy of non interference in the internal matters of another country. India was the pioneer in forming and shaping the non aligned movement. 
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On the 15th of August at midnight, India’s 1st Prime Minister hoisted the National Flag at the Red Fort in Delhi and addressed the national and since then it has become a ritual followed  by all the Prime Minister. This 15th August also the Prime Minister’s address to nation is awaited  by the countrymen to hear the Indian nation roaring under the Indian national lag from the ramparts of the Red Fort.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Jiddu Krishnamurti The Great Indian Philosopher - Speaker - Writer

J. KRISHNA MURTI (Jiddu Krishnamurti) - The Great Indian Philosopher, Speaker & Writer.

The plant earth has been always enriched and guided by the geniuses who have shown the way to the humanity, guided the citizens of the planet in finding solutions to their various problems. India has contributed a lot on the global scenario by providing wise people, saints and scholars. The texture of Indian culture is such which inculcates a global vision in each Indian because what we are hearing today that the world is a global village, it was understood and expressed by the Indian sages in saying ‘ Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ , the whole world is a family. Towards late 90’s one such personality rose and walked on the global theatre giving answers to a large spectrum of conflict existing in human life. 
Jiddu Krishnamurti The Great Indian Philosopher - Speaker - Writer

J Krishnamurti explained the nature of the problems mostly arising from human conditioning and behaviour. He was an excellent authority on all the streams of world philosophies, religions and psychology. The thought, it’s genesis, it’s movement and how it is affecting any behaviour and the universal behaviour and how to make it more productive was his core area of his teachings. He understood the suffering of people on the psycho somatic front and the conflict and chaos arising out of these. He provided very simple explanations to long standing questions facing human life. He was of the opinion that we see the problems, we face the problems and we suffer from the problem without understanding why any problem or any conflict exists. 
He explained it is only by the deep understanding of our own self that we can get answers to our problems. He stressed upon the self searching and self scanning of our mind and soul. Once we are in tune with our own selves we can bring about harmony in our lives and that also by being completely non violent. He was of the opinion human beings are cruel to themselves also because they do not understand their own nature, they want to understand their nature whereas they do not know that they themselves are the nature. He would often say that ‘ you are the nature ,nature is not something separate from you. Born in the Southern state of Tamil Nadu in India, he came in contact with prominent theosophical personalities like Annie Besant and Blavatsky. He had a deep and vast understanding of Indian scriptures, Vedas, upnishads, while in Europe in Paris particularly  he came in contact with new philosophical thoughts. He emphasized the role of logic and reasoning in decoding the various challenges facing the human behaviour. He was at a time thought and presented as the universal spiritual society but he did not accept the positions. He was the best example of a free man physically, mentally and spiritually and showed the way to fellow human beings to come out of their conditionings and to understand the real nature of their own self.

Saturday, 5 August 2017

The Great Warrior MAHARANA PRATAP rajasthan

Visit this Link :- The Great Warrior MAHARANA PRATAP - The story centrs around the Warrior Maharana Pratap and his conflicts with Akbar.
 The Great Warrior MAHARANA PRATAP

Maharana Pratap was a devout Hindu and a determined ruler. He established the law of discipline and respect for all citizens of his state. When he was the ruler of Mewar, the 3rd Mughal Emperor Akbar was well established with majority of India under his control. Few kingdoms remained out of his authority and one such states was Chittorgarh. Akbar wanted Maharana to accept his hegemony which the great ruler of Chittorgarh declined defiantly. He rather dared to challenge the mighty Mughal army which resulted in a fiercy battle of the Valley of Turmeric called the ‘ Haldighati’ which took place in the year 1576. Akbar’s side was led by the crown prince Salim later to be known as Jahangir. Maharana had on his side a very patriotic, commited and courageous army of Rajputs. He was supported by the chiefs of the ‘Bheel’ tribe who gathered to defeat the Mughals with their bows and arrows, axes and spears at the Turmeric Valley. Indian history is filled with the stories of this historic battle where the Mughal army could not win Mewar from Maharana Pratap Singh. In fact if destiny would not have been on the side of Mughal Army, Maharana Pratap Singh’s would have pierced the chest of Crown Prince Salim with his invincible spear. This historic spear of great patriotic relevance is at display even today at the Udaipur City Palace Museum. 

Thursday, 3 August 2017


                     BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN UDAIPUR 


Here is list of Top places to Visit in Udaipur
1. City Palace of Udaipur
While visiting any city in Rajasthan, it is customary to visit the palaces where the royal family of a particular state used to stay or is staying. Located on the coast of the beautiful Lake Pichola, the City Palace is an absolute marvel. It was built by the then Maharaja of Udaipur – Maharana Udai Singh 2nd in the year 1553. The palace has great views of Lake Pichola, Taj Lake Palace, and Udaipur city and still houses the royal family of Udaipur. The courtyards have the most impressive displays of ancient paintings and sculptures. 

2. Shrinath Ji Temple
The temple of Lord Shrinath ji is famous all over the world and is visited by millions of devotees and tourists throughout the year. The unique and pleasuring statue of Lord Shrinath which is another name for Lord Krishna is situated here. The icon of Shrinathji is unique as the deity symbolises the form of Krishna, when he lifted the sacred Govardhan Hill. One should definitely visit this serene place.


3. Lake Pichola
Well Udaipur is famous for it’s lake and among all , the Lake Pichola is the tourist’s premier choice. The Lake was initially created to satisfy the irrigation needs of the Picholi village in Udaipur. There are mainly several small islands located on the lake among which The Jag Niwas is the biggest where the majestic Lake Palace is situated and alongside the  Jag mandir. However the main attraction at the lake is the boat ride. This lake is the glory of the city of Udaipur which is often referred to as the Venice of India. A blissful boat ride at the sunset on the glistening lake pichola is  a must.

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4. Bagore ki Haweli
Bagore ki Haveli was constructed by Amarchand Barwa, the Prime minister of Mewar region. One can see exceptional colourful glass work of the 18th century. Many traditional Rajasthan folk dance and music shows take place in the backdrop of a magnificent historical haveli which is very alluring to the tourists.


5. Saheliyon Ki Bari
Saheliyon Ki Bari is a lovely garden which was built by Rana Sangram Singh, the ruler of Mewar for his queen. This was a pastime where the queen could spend some time with her core attendants/friends far away from the palace. The garden is located on the northern part of Udaipur city, on the banks of Fatehsagar Lake which is visited by tourists for it’s romantic ambience.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Kathak classical dance of India

India is the country of dances and music which are very much inspired by the nature. There is a large variety of dance styles in India. Indians have learned the art of dance from nature. Their dance steps are inspired by the peacock dance the dancing clouds of monsoon and the dance of the stars. Even the Indian Gods and Goddesses dance, Lord Shiva is popular for his cosmic dance called Tandav. There are dance which are performed on all the happy occasions of life. Every region in India has it’s own style of dance which is very much with the local culture.

 In Norther India, Kathak is the popular form of dancing performed by both men and women. It has deep roots in the Indian society and as a result of that , Kathak has com out as a very strong dancing performance. This is performed in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, mostly in the Central Indian states. This form of dancing can be performed by a single dancer and sometimes by a group also which can be even a group of both men and women. The themes of the dance have been derived from the Krishna – leela, The Raas Leela, historical characters and local folklore. The dance is performed with musical instruments like Tabla, Dholak, Harmonium and Flute. There is the background clapping which also takes place with the vocal directions. This is the dance having lot of movement and the performer covers a very large are of the stage.  The dancers have to undergo immense training to reach the epitome of perfection. In this dance form, the movements of the feet and the hands are done according to the rhythm and the beat.

Another attraction of this dance is the eye - movement of the dancers. The eyes are decorated with the Kaajal so that the movements and gestures can be properly observed as the dancers communicate with the audience through their eyes. The dancing costumes vary from dancer to dancer.  The male dancers generally wear ‘Kurta – Pyjama’ , Pyjama  is a type of a trouser and the Pyjama is a long robe decorated with beautiful embroidery. The female dancers wear a ‘Saree’ or a ‘ Churidar Pyjama’.  Different type of Jewels and ornaments become part of the dressing style of the dancer. In the Hindu scriptures, dancing has been described an important of the Bhakti movement or one of the ways to please the God and Kathak is one such dance form through which the devotees show their devotion and love for the God. Kathak is perceived in many ways, for some it is a dance performance and for some it is a way to connect with the God.

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