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Raksha Bandhan: A bandhan between brother and sister

Raksha Bandhan, also Rakshabandhan, or simply Rakhi, is an Indian and Nepalese festival centred around the tying of a thread, bracelet or talisman on the wrist as a form of bond and ritual protection. The festive Hindu and Jain ritual is one principally between brothers and sisters, observed both before and after she gets married thereby marking her continued relationship with her natal home and brothers. The rite is also found between priests and patrons, and sometimes by individuals to real or potential benefactors. Differing versions of the rite have been traditionally performed in northern India, western India, Nepal, and some Hindu, Jain and Sikh emigrants from the India subcontinent since the 19th-century. It is alternately referred to as Saluno, Silono, and Rakri. The rituals associated with these rites, however, have spread beyond their traditional regions to much of India and have been transformed through technology and migration, the movies, social interaction, and promotion by politicized Hinduism, as well as as a occasion of national solidarity and state tradition.

Google Celebrates Eminent Urdu Author’s Ismat Chugtai 107th Birthday: Know more about This Famous Urdu Writer

Google Celebrates Eminent Urdu Author’s Ismat Chugtai 107th Birthday: Know more about This Famous Urdu Writer

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Ismat Chughtai’s work faced criticism from conservatives and many of her writings were banned in South Asia because of their reformist and feminist content.

According to Chughtai’s family, she was born August 21, 1911 . The ninth of ten children, Chughtai grew up in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. She began writing at an early age, inspired by her elder brother Mirza Azim Beg Chughtai, a novelist known for his playful humorous works.

Urdu author Ismat Chughtai, known for her literary works exploring free speech, social liberation, and gender equality, was on Tuesday paid homage by search engine giant Google with a colourful doodle on her 107th birthday.

Padma Shri awardee Chughtai was critical of the common outlook towards women’s place in the society. Chughtai’s work faced criticism from conservatives and many of her writings were banned in South Asia because of their reformist and feminist content.

She began writing at an early age, inspired by her elder brother Mirza Azim Beg Chughtai, a novelist known for his playful humorous works. 

The author courted extreme controversy for her story, “Lihaaf” in particular, which touches upon the themes of homosexuality.

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Zee TV Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions and venue Details released officially

Zee TV Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions and venue Details released officially

Pune Audition
Date: 5th august 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Agartala Audition
Date: 8th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Siliguri Audition
Date: 10th august 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Bhubaneshwar
Date: 12th August 2018
Venue: KIIT UNIVERSITY, School of Civil Engineering, Campus 3, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha 751031.

Banaras Audition
Date: 12th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Guwahati Audition
Date: 14th August 2018
Venue: DON BOSCO INSTITUTE, GUWAHATI, Refinery Road, Joypur, Kharguli, Ganesh Nagar, Noonmati,
Guwahati, 78100.

Raipur Audition
Date: 14th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Nepal Audition
Date: 15th August 2018
Venue: IDEAL ENGLISH SECONDARY SCHOOL, Maijubahal Road, Maijubahal, Kathmandu, Nepal-44600.

Patna
Date: 16th August 2018
Venue: Litera Valley School, Patna Naya Tola, Bhagwat Nagar, Kumhrar, Patna-26.

Shimla
Date: 16th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Lucknow Audition
Date: 17th August 2018
Venue: MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL Sanskriti -4, Eldeco Udyan-2, Raebareilly Road, Raksha Khand, Lucknow, 226014.

Kolkata
Date: 18th August 2018
Venue: Coming Soon

Mandi Audition
Date: 18th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Gwalior Audition
Date: 19th August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Kolkata Audition
Date: 20th August 2018
Venue: Coming Soon

Jabalpur Audition
Date: 21st August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

Amristar
Date: 22nd August 2018
Venue: STALWARTS WORLD SCHOOL, Opp. Fortis Escorts Hospital, Verka By-Pass, Amritsar, Punjab.

Jaipur Audition
Date: 22nd August 2018
Venue: ZEE STUDIO, Behind cdos, Tonk Road, Sitapura Industrial Area, Sitapura, Jaipur 302033.

Hyderabad Audition
Date: 23rd August 2018
Venue: Invitation via registration only

InternationalCatDay

InternationalCatDay

It is also known as World Cat Day, is a holiday which was created in 2002 and is used to not only celebrate the friendship that humans and cats share but also to advocate for the safety and well-being of cats. This holiday is celebrated annually on August 8th.

International Cat Day Celebrations

Visit A Cat Cafe

Yes, there are such things as cat cafes and they exist all over the world. There are a couple dozen in the United States and even more in Japan. So spend the day sipping coffee and petting some super soft kitties. It’s a decision you won’t regret.

Donate To A Cat Charity

International Cat Day is a great day to give to one of the many great charities that help out cats.

Besides the International Fund for Animal Welfare, there are a number of cat charities that you can donate to. Some of these include Alley Cat Allies, Blind Cat Rescue, Siamese Cat Rescue Center, Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation, National Cat Protection Society

Zee Tv Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions and Online Registration Details

ZEE Tv Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions and Online Registration Details

The wait for ZEE Tv Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions and Online Registration is comes to over now.

On official site zee TV release sa re ga ma pa 2018 audition and online registration details city wise.

ZEE TV is all set for the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 auditions and if are interested to participate in India’s biggest singing reality show then wait is over. The Zee TV Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 registration has been started for the all the interested participants. It is an opportunity for all the participants whose age is above fifteen (15) years to register for the first round of auditions.

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa is an Indian singing reality show aired on Zee Tv. Sa Re Ga Ma Pais one of the biggest singing reality show of India. The show is back with another season on Zee Tv.

Zee Tv Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Auditions are already started across India. If you have unique singing talent then get ready for Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Auditions.

Registration Details for ZEE TV sa re ga ma pa 2018

To participate in the Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 Audition, each interested participants shall be required to submit their entry through online. The interested Participant need to visit the website and fill in her/his Entry by typing out all the required personal information such as name, address, age, phone number, email address and other details.

SaReGaMaPa 2018 Audition Eligibility

Each Participant should be citizen of India

be above the age of 15 (fifteen) years as on July 30, 2018

be medically fit

not have any criminal conviction and

not have an arrangement or a contract with any third party that prevents the Participant(s) from participating in the Activity.

Zee TV Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2018 city wise Audit Details listed below

Bhubaneswar Audition
Date: Coming Soon
Venue: Coming Soon

Guwahati Audition
Date: Coming Soon
Venue: Coming Soon

Patna Audition
Date: Coming Soon
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Lucknow Audition
Date: Coming Soon
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Nagpur Audition
Date: Coming Soon
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Chandigarh Audition
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Ahmedabad Audition
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Dehradun Audition
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Jaipur Audition
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Kolkata Audition
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Indore Audition
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Delhi Audition
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Bengaluru Audition
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Mumbai Audition
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Meaning of Raksha Bandhan

The festival is made up of two words, namely “Raksha” and “Bandhan.” As per the Sanskrit terminology, the occasion means “the tie or knot of protection” where “Raksha” stands for the protection and “Bandhan” signifies the verb to tie. Together, the festival symbolizes the eternal love of brother-sister relationship which does not mean just the blood relationships only. It is also celebrated among cousins, sister and sister-in-law , fraternal aun and nephewand other such relations.

Rakhi is the combination of five meaningful words.
R: rock strong relationship
A: acceptance all along
K: kindness to the core
H: heartwarming presence
I: idealistic relationship,
Happy Raksha Bandhan.

Why we celebrate Raksha Bandhan festival

The festival of Raksha Bandhan is observed as a symbol of duty between brothers and sisters. The occasion is meant to celebrate any type of brother-sister relationship between men and women who may not be biologically related.

On this day, a sister ties a rakhi around the wrist of her brother in order to pray for his prosperity, health and well-being. The brother in return offers a gifts and promises to protect his sister from any harm and under every circumstance. The festival is also celebrated between brother-sister belonging to distant family members, relatives or cousins.

Raksha Bandhan quotes for sister

Bachpan ki wo bheeni smritiyan Lekar aaya
Rakhi ka tyohaar Baat-baat par wo roothna mera
Sneh tumhara jyun babul ka pyaar Mubarak ho
Bhaiya tumhein Raksha Bandhan ka ye tyohaar!

Roli hui
Rakhi hui
Aur hui mithayi
Ab to mera uphaar de do
Mere pyaare bhai!
Happy Raksha Bandhan!

Raksha Bandhan shayari

Khubsurat Ek Rishta Tera Mera Hai,
Jis Pe Bas Khushiyo Ka Phehra Hai,
Nazar Na Lage Kabhi Is Rishte Ko
Kyoki Duniya Ka Sabse Pyara Bhai Mera Hai…..

Rakhi Toh Bas Ek Bahana Hai
Bhai Behan Ka Pyar Purana Hai
Chhod Ke Sare Rishtey Jhoothe
Ikk Yahi Rishta Bas Nibhana Hai!
Happy Rakhi Dear..

Raksha Bandhan wishes in English

Brother is one of the most precious gift
sent by almighty to me and
the most precious relation celebrated by us on earth,
Sweet Rakhi Day Wishes to My Sweet Brother!

9th largest Jagran Film Festival 2018, how to book tickets, event time

9th largest Jagran Film Festival  2018, how to book tickets, event time

Festival  is an initiative by the Jagran Prakashan Ltd. towards creating a culture of cinema appreciation and an honest and sincere attempt to create a platform that connects great content with audiences across the country.9th largest Jagran Film Festival 2018, how to book tickets, event time .

The 9th edition of Jagran Film Festival will start from Delhi, traveling through Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Meerut, Agra, Gorakhpur, Patna, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bhopal, Indore, Ludhiana, Hissar, Raipur, Dehradun and finally culminates in Mumbai. This makes it geographically the largest film festival perhaps in the world.

The festival screens films across genres from around the globe. A unique feature of JFF is that the cast and crew of a few select films are invited to a discussion with the audience on various elements of the film to wherever the festival travels. An9th largest Jagran Film Festival 2018, how to book tickets, event time important aspect of the festival is to generate discussions on the various aspects of Cinema and its impact on society and popular culture.

The ‘Jagran Film Fetsival’ is coming next to Lucknow. The dates being 13-15 July 2018.

Jagran Film Festival (JFF) is an initiative by the Jagran Prakashan Ltd. towards creating a culture of cinema appreciation and an honest attempt to create a platform that connects great content with audiences across the country.

Film Festival (JFF) is an initiative by the Jagran Prakashan Group towards creating a culture of cinema appreciation and an honest and sincere attempt create a platform that connects great content with audiences across the country.

LAST YEAR, WITH OVER 16 TOWNS, 400+ SCREENINGS, 16 CINEMA APPRECIATION WORKSHOPS, THE FESTIVAL DIRECTLY TOUCHED OVER AN AUDIENCE OF OVER 50,000 PEOPLE, AND THE MEDIA COVERAGE OF JAGRAN PUTS THE REACH OF JFF WELL BEYOND 50 MN PEOPLE ACROSS INDIA.

In its 8th year, the Festival received great response from filmmakers internationally having received a record number of film entries, over 3,000 as on date. Enthused by the response to this initiative by both the audiences and the filmmakers, the Festival in 2018, plans to travel an even greater distance.

The Jagran Film Festival will start from Delhi, travelling through Kanpur, Lucknow, Allahabad, Varanasi, Patna, Dehradun, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bhopal, Indore, Gorakhpur, Agra, Ludhiana, Hisar, Meerut, Raipur and finally culminates in Mumbai.

This makes it geographically the largest film festival perhaps in the world. The festival screens films across genres from around the globe. 

Why we celebrate juneteenth

Juneteenth

Juneteenth, which is also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a combination of “June” and “nineteenth,” in honor of the day that Granger announced the abolition of slavery in Texas.

A holiday celebrated on June 19 that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Across the country, the day is marked with events and parades.

A Juneteenth celebration in Austin, Texas, in 1900. On June 19, 1865, nearly two hundred thousand enslaved people were emancipated in the state.

By the time word of freedom had drifted west to Texas, it was old news elsewhere. On June 19, 1865, the nearly two hundred thousand men, women, and children enslaved in Texas learned of their emancipation, two and a half years after Lincoln had issued the proclamation terminating slavery in states rebelling against the union.

The institution of slavery was essentially an open-air prison, and proved remarkably successful, at least in this instance, at the kind of information control that exploitation relies on.

Juneteenth, the annual celebration marking the day that this postponed freedom arrived in Texas, occupies a strange niche in American culture, isolated as a black tradition, as if the currents of slavery and its death did not shape the direction of the nation in its entirety.

On this Juneteenth, we have received the ambivalent blessing of clarity. We recognize the historic demise of an institution that justified the separating of parent from child in Texas only to see that phenomenon occur in a different time, under different circumstances, but with a similar trauma inflicted on children.

The central value of history is to serve as inoculation against the stupidity, ignorance, and cruelties of the past. Yet the rearguard implications of Trumpism have been apparent since the day in June, 2015, when he rode down the escalator in Trump Tower and announced his Presidential campaign.

It should not be forgotten that most of the children who are now being detained at the border are either from Mexico or sought to enter the United States through that country. They “are not sending their best people,” Trump said in that announcement, as he accused Mexicans of being criminals and rapists.

 He has repeated that charge in recent months and, on Monday, in defense of his Administration’s actions, tweeted that “children are being used by some of the worst criminals on earth as a means to enter our country.” Attorney General Jeff Sessions has accused families who arrive at the border of “smuggling” children into the country, making no distinction between a child’s parents and human traffickers.