Ministry of Health and Science and Technology and Earth Harsh Vardhan on Saturday launched green crackers with 30 percent less emission producing the same level of Light and sound effects of traditional fireworks and are available at the same rate as the previous traditional ones, some of them even cheaper.
Eco-friendly green crackers have been developed by Scientists at CSIR lab to Curb pollution during festive seasons like Diwali and the same have been approved by the Petroleum and Safety Organisation (PESO). Components in the firework with others that are “less dangerous” and “less harmful” to the atmosphere.
“Green Crackers” has been successfully tested by some manufacturers in Sivakasi in Tamil Naidu, a hub for fireworks industries. Recently 230 manufacturers have signed the Memorandum of understanding for using the formulations developed by CSIR Scientists. Of them,165 have gone further and signed have also entered into a non-disclosure agreement.
The court had passed the order after the Center have suggested that the emission level in the Crackers could be reduced by changing the Chemical Composition level in the Crackers that can create the same level of light and sound as it was in traditional Crackers with affecting the environment.
A green logo as well as quick response (QR) coding have been developed for differentiating of green crackers from conventional crackers. QR code is displayed is a novel feature incorporated on the fire cracker to avoid manufacture and sale of counterfeit product that will help them to track green cracker using smartphones and other devices.
A helpline has been created for any queries related to emission certificates, QR Codes and formulations. The helpline is available at: +918617770964 and +919049598046, or email at: email@example.com
Marriage not only brings two people or two families together but it takes months and years to prepare for marriage and matter of the heavy expense. A small mistake in Marriage can ruin the whole thing and can worsen the situation. Everything has to be taken into consideration from guest list to food to make the marriage successful.
The picture is taken almost an hour after their Nikah where only parents and a few friends were invited. On 19th May 2018, the couple got married where only family and few friends were invited and after the Nikah, the couple dropped parents back home and drove to Nathiya Galli for a short honeymoon.
The couple got back home on Sunday evening and both went to work on Monday. For Walima, they distributed food at Edhi center. As we can see from the picture the couple has been so simple with no Jewelry, no heavy Makeup, no expensive cloth to perform the nikah, No marriage ritual and dance.
This is how a simple marriage should look like not what we see making yourself happy then carrying about the happiness of those who don’t bother to us. The couple set an example of how a simple marriage looks like no rasam o riwaj just the happiness of two couple and parents is what matters the most. Proudly breaking Stereotypes of society.
You must have seen Naga Sadhus in Mahakumbh, Arthkumbh, and Simhasthakumbh. By looking at them, you often raise the question in mind of everyone-who are these Naga Sadhus, where do they come from and where do go after the Kumbh ends? Let’s talk about the most mysterious people of Hinduism.
“Naga” is very old; the word is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Nag’, which means ‘mountain’. People living on it are called ‘hill’ or ‘Naga’. ‘Naga’ means ‘naked’. There is also a very old history of Nagavans and Naga castes in India. Many Shaivite sects have been recognized as the beginning of many saints’ culture and tradition.
Since ancient times in India, people of Nagvanshi, S Naga caste, and Dasamani sects have come. A community of North India “Nath Sect” also belongs to the Dasamani sect. “Naga” is referred to as ‘Ek Bahadur Fighter’, as we know- the foundation of the present form of Sanatan Dharma is the divine Shankaracharya had kept.
Shankaracharya was born in the middle of the 8th century. At that time India was very prosperous, but it started to oppose religion. All the attackers were coming here to loot India’s wealth. Some took treasure back with them, and then some were fascinated by the divine aura of India that settled here.
But overall the general peace-order was disrupted. God, religion, theology had to face all kind of challenges, logic, weapon, and science. In this way, Adi Shankaracharya took many major steps for the restoration of Santan Dharma, one of which was to construct four peaks (four dhams) on four corners of the country.
Adiguru Adi Shankaracharya felt that it was not enough to counter these challenges only with spiritual power. For this, there is a need for religious people to fight with unrighteous people. Then he emphasized that by exercising the young monk, strengthening his body and acquiring skill in the weapon.
For this, he built some monasteries which used to exercise and practice various types of weaponry; such monasteries are used for the arena.
Shankaracharya suggested to the akharas- use the power on the need to protect monasteries, temples, and pilgrims. In this way, during this period of foreign and heterosexual invasions, these akharas provided protection to One India. In the event of foreign invasion, Naga warrior sages participated in many wars.
Even before the arrival of the army during the first attack of Mohammed Gauri in the time of Prithviraj Chauhan, Naga Sadhus had surrounded Gauri army in Kurukshetra, when the Gauri army was trying to disperse the temples of Kurukshetra and Pehove. After that, the army of Prithvi Raj had cut Gauri’s army in Tarain (Tarawadi).
In the Kumbha after this war, to give respect to Naga warriors, Prithviraj Chauhan had given the right to take bath first in Kumbh. Since then, this tradition has come that the first bath of the Kumbh will celebrate Naga. These Naga religion warriors not only fought one but also fought against foreign invaders in many wars.
After the robbery of Delhi, the “Taimur Lang”, which came out of Haridwar’s demolition, was killed by the Nagas in the battle of Jwalapur near Haridwar. At the time of the attack Timur, most of the King was hiding in fear. Along with Jograj Singh Gurjar, Harveer Jat, Ram Puri, Dhulaldari, etc., Naga Warriors forced Timur Lang to escape from India.
Similarly, during the attack of Khaliji, warrior sadhus of Nath sect fought hard. During the invasion of Ahmed Shah Abdali, when the kings of North India suppressed the nota and the Maratha army was defeated in Panipat, 40,000 Naga warriors had fought against Abdali to protect Mathura-Vrindavan-Gokul.
When Peshwa Madhavrao invaded Afghanistan for revenge of Panipat’s defeat, then Naga warriors had killed local helpers of Abdali. In this way, you may have understood now that the protector of Naga Sadhu Sanatan Dharma is a warrior. Staying away from worldly pleasures, they only live for Dharma.
Now let’s talk about who is the Naga Sadhus and how they are formed. Nagas have to be different and special from the common world. The process of becoming a Naga Sage is very difficult. To become a Naga Sage, you have to undergo such difficult examinations that perhaps no ordinary person can overcome it, this process takes many years to complete.
When a person goes to an orchard to become a monk, he is never included directly in the arena, first, the akhada will find out at his level why he wants to be a saint? The entire background of that person and his family is seen. First of all, it is introduced to the hardships of Naga monk life.
If the Akhara thinks that he is the right person to become a monk, then he gets permission to enter the arena. After entering the arena, he is given the education of celibacy. His tenacity, brahmacharya, disciplined meditation, sannyas and discipline and loyalty to religion are examined in a major way.
It takes 6 months to 12 years. If the Arena decides that it has been worth the initiation then it is taken to the next process. After this, he makes his Shraddha, Mundan, and Pindada and is kept in the Sanyas religion by taking the Guru Mantra. To make your Shraddha break the relation with worldly relatives.
In many aakhras, women are also given the initiation of Naga Sadhu. By the way, the rules of the female Naga Sadhu and the male Naga Sadhu are the same, the only difference is that the woman Naga sadhu has to wrap a yellow cloth and keep this garment has to wear and dip. They are not allowed to have nude baths.
The person who passes successfully from the examination to follow Brahmacharya, then he is made a great man from Brahmacharya. His five gurus are made. These five Guru Punch Dev or Punch God (Shiva, Vishnu, Shakti, Sun and Ganesha) are there. These things are consumed like saffron and rudraksha etc. These are symbols and ornaments of Nagas.
After the great men, the Nagas are made into Avadhoota. First of all, he has to cut his hair. In the form of an avadhoota, the person who initiates the initiation has to do his own pinnacle and sacrifice. These Pindas make priests of the Akhara. Now they are dead for the world and the family. Their only aim is to protect Sanatan and Vedic religion.
Naga sadhus are not allowed to wear clothes too. If you want to wear clothes, you can wear a Garuda colored Naga only. Naga sadhus are allowed to consume only on the body. Naga sadhus have to wear Vibhuti and Rudraksha, they have to sacrifice their peak and keep the yoke.
Naga sadhus have to eat only once in 24 hours. That food has also been asked for alms. A Naga Sadhu has the right to take alms from as many as seven houses. If there is no begging for asking for begging from seven houses, then he cannot even go for a beggar in the eighth house. He has to be hungry that day.
Naga sadhu cannot use the bed, cot or any other means for sleeping. Naga sadhus sleep only on earth, this is a very strict rule, which every Naga Sage has to follow. After the initiation, he has to keep complete faith in the gurmantra he met from the master. All the penance of his future is based on the same guru mantra.
In addition to the Kumbh Mela, Naga sadhus are completely away from ordinary accumulation and make harsh tenets in caves and kandras. These people reside outside the settlement. They do not bow to anyone and only salute the Saints. There are other such rules that every Naga Sadhus who take initiation have to follow.
The Nagas are considered not just a monk but a warrior. They are master of the art of war, the master of the angry and strong body. Often Naga Sadhus take with them the sword, axis or trident. These weapons are proof of their being the warrior, it is compulsory to keep a limb in the navy. The tongs are also weapons and their tools are also available.
The Naga Sages give blessings to their devotees by touching the tongs. It is believed that – the well-known Naga sadhu peamata touches it becomes welfare. Since the arrival of modern firearms, these akhadas have abandoned their traditional military character. Now, in these akhadas , meditation on living a life restrained while complying with unity values.
At present, there are 13 major akhadas , each of which has a prominent place on top. The Naga who got a title in the Kumbh of Prayagraj, the bloody Naga in Ujjain, the Blister Naga in Haridwar and the person who got the title in Nasik was called Khichadiya Naga. From this, it is possible to know that in which Kumbh it has been made a Naga.
The names of these major akharas are: Sri Niranjani Akhara, Mr. Junadatt or Juna Akhara, Sri Mahanirvana Akhara, Shri Atal Akhara, Sri Avelan Akhara, Shri Anand Akhara, Sri Panchagani Arena, Sri Nagakanti Gorakhnath Akhada, Shri Vaishnav Akhada, Shri Nasin Panchayati Big The Akhara, Shri Nasin New Arena, Sri Nirmal Panchayati Arena, Nirmohi Akhara.
According to Priority, they are given posts such as Kotwal, Pujari, Bada Kotwal, Bhandari, Kothari, Bada Kothari, Mahant and Secretary. The biggest and important position is of the Secretary. Naga Sage lives in the ashram and temples of the Akhara. And spend life in the caves of the Himalayas or the high mountains to perform penance.
Independence of India after August 15, 1947, several times by modification after the Indian Constitution finalized which was officially adopted after 3 years i.e. 26th November 1950. Since then on January 26, we are celebrating Republic Day.
There have been many fluctuations in the Indian democratic system and during this time, dissatisfaction with the democratic system has also spread to the people and due to the satisfaction of the British governance and the Criminalization of Politics, there are many such persons and organization in India which do not have faith.
Let democracy be mature: We are proud to be the world’s largest democratic country. Our democracy is gradually being matured. We are becoming more sensible than ever before. We have gradually started to understand the importance of democracy can develop the personality of a person and can fulfill the theme of all its importance.
The Republic will become a democracy: Our society is changing, the media is awake, the public is also awake, youth thinking is developing, the level of education is increasing, the army of people related to technology is increasing, due to all this, the country’s politician to have become cautious.
Respect for Motherland as a result of the sacrifice for his freedom. Our country became a republic country. Republic means the rule by the people for the people.
All of us celebrate this arrangement as Republic Day while celebrating all the festivals in India with great fanfare but celebrating Republic Day as a National festival, the significance of this festival increases because all the castes and classes people celebrate together.
Why Republic Day is celebrated on 26th January only when the British Governments’ intention was not to make India an independent colony, then, in the Lahore session of 26th January 1929, the Congress took the oath of full Independence under the chairmanship of Jawaharlal Nehru.
In order to fulfill the campaign of the full Swaraj, all the Patriots, who have been agitated, had waited for their freedom in their own way. The ideology of the Unity had to be repelled by the Ideology that the British had to retract.
When India was liberated in 1947, it was decided that the final position of 26th January 1929 was celebrated as Republic Day, January 26, 1950, also considered as important in the history of India as the Constitution of India came into existence and India actually came into existence.
The Constitution of India, which is a Sovereign country, is the largest Constitution, in the process of Constitution building, it took 2 years 11 Month and 18 days.
The architect of the Indian Constitution, Bharat Ratna, the President Bhimrao Ambedkar draft committee. The creators of the Indian Constitution have tried to absorb the good characteristics of the Constitution to the World in its Constitution. On this day, India became a complete Republic Country.
The festival of giving Bahvanjali to the People who sacrificed their lives in creating a glorious Republican Nation. On 26th January, the British came to India with the intent of trade with India, but gradually they took control of the Kings and goods of the Country.
The first fire of Independence was burnt by Mangal Pandey in Barrackpore in Kolkata in 1857. But due to lack of resources, this fire could be burnt but the spark of this fire never extinguished. From Laxmi Bai to Indira Gandhi from Mangal Pandey to Subhash, from Nanasaheb to Sardar Patel, Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal or Gopal, Gandhi, Nehru was blazing in the interests of everyone.
30th April 1919, Jallianwala Bagh Incident was one of the most tragic occurrences of the Indian freedom struggle when British army led by General Dyer killed hundreds of People, including thousands of innocent people, Women, and Children.
This was the same incident which gave birth to revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh, a priest of non-violence or Violent ideology, the heart of all the revolutionaries started burning with the fire of freedom every year. India was ready to sacrifice at the feet of Mother.
On 26th January, on the occasion of paying homage to all the Patriots, the national festival of Republic Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm and euphoria in the corner of India, every year on this day, there is Prabhat Ferai in Delhi. This festival is celebrated with glee.
The main function of 26th January celebrates with greatness in the Indian Capital, Delhi. Innumerable people come from different parts of the Country come to see the celebration of this function.
Our security showcases their modern military capability and enables them In safety. This parade starts from Vijay Chowk and ends at Rajpath passing through many areas of Delhi, but before starting, Prime Minster offer tribute to the Martyrs at Amar Jawan Jyoti. 24 Horses of rebels sit in Buggy and come to the Red Fort where the Prime Minister welcomes the President of India.
The Flag hoists with the National Anthem, they are given the salute by twenty-one guns, and then the flowers are flown by the Airplanes. Flags, balloons and white Pigeons are left in the sky. March on the tune of the processing band by water, air and wind forces.
Police Jawans salute the President of the Country while performing various types of weapon, Missiles to air missiles. The scene of the soldiers walking by step by step in their cleanest costumes is very interesting. Seeing this magnificent view, there is an expression of heart and spirit of heart towards the Nation.
Students of the School and colleges following the steps of the well equipped in the costume of NCC generate confidence that our second security line is well-known to our duty. Many bands of the military and schools resonate with all the atmosphere of devotion and Nation love.
The flavors of different States present a picture of the cultural, life, costumes, customary changes in Industrial and social fields. This scenario of unity in diversity is very inspirational. On the eve of the Republic day, the light of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament Houses, and other government offices id highlighted.
The celebration of 26th January is sacrificing immortal tales of penance and sacrifice of the Patriots, every Indian has the right to freedom of his country, the history prefix and the bravery in the world of beloved India is inappropriate. Someone has said the truth,
The stone history is the result of the martyrdom of the other patriots such as our country, India. On this holy day of January 26, still inspires the national spirit of the torch in every heart.
The tricolor romance is transmitting enthusiasm in soul and happiness is there. We all together make all those immortal sacrifices please bow to your Bhavanjali and sing it.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat
Tea producing countries like Bangladesh,Sri-Lanka,Nepal ,Vietnam,Indonesia,Kenya,Malawi, Uganda,and India celebrates International Tea day today . First thing we need while getting up is a Cup of hot tea . Tea have became part of our daily routine since ages . International Tea Day aims to draw global attention of governments and citizens to the impact of the global tea trade on workers and growers, and has been linked to requests for price supports and fair day .
The first international tea day was celebrated in New Delhi ,India in 2004 after the discussion by Pankaj sir,at the world social forum in 2004 and later celebrated in Sri-Lanka in 2006 and 2008.
Tea is a part of our daily routine and comes with wide varieties and taste with days and years passing there has been an expandable changes in the flavor of tea. Every country and every state has different recipe of making tea .
There are different tale stories related to the making of tea in which the popular tale of a tea , In China , a emperor has ordered all the people of of his nation would boil their water before drinking it. So it came to pass that the Emperor was sitting drinking a simple cup of boiled water when leaves from a nearby tree blew into it, creating the first tea.
Today there are more than thousands of startup on tea with different added flavors and getting popular day-by-day . The fact cannot be denied that tea is basic necessity we require in our daily life.
If you are cold,tea will warm you ; If you are too heated , it will cool you;If you are depressed;it will cheer you;If your excited,it will calm you-William Wart Gladstone.
NEW DELHI: 38th International trade fair has begun in Pragati ground, Delhi and it will continue till 27th of November, 2018. Traders from all across the globe will come to participate in trade. Inaugurated on the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister of India Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru by the Minister of Union Commerce and Industry Minister C.R.Chaudhary near hall no.7 on Dhawani Theater with the presence of Union Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma on the day of inauguration.
This year the theme of the trade is based on “Rural Industries in India”. In which Make In India, Swachh Bharat, Digital India, Kaushal Bharat, and startup India will be showcased. Jharkhand is the focus state of the trade fair 2018 with Afghanistan being partner nation and Nepal has been kept in focus country other than this China, Hong Kong, Iran, Myanmar, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, and United Arab will also take part in fair. This year entry of Pakistan traders has been restricted.
On the fair, “Hunar Haat “ will be organized by Minority Minister which will run till 27th November. Many artisans, craftsmen, artisans from across the country will participate in the trade fair.
For the first time, The product of Chhattisgarh, Namada and Chinon silk of Jammu and Kashmir will be available.
This year only 20% area of Pragati Ground is utilized for the trade fair.The structure of the fair is quite short as compared to the previous year because govt is trying to develop Pragati ground for International Meetings. Like every year, the first four days from 14th to 17th November will be open for trade visitors. The concept of the fair is focused on the Rural and Small Industries. Fair will be organized in the Hall no. 7,8,9,11,12 &12A. The main theme of the trade fair is showcased in the hall no.7.
First, four days of the trade fair will only open for traders and industrialist. In this four day price of the ticket is Rs.1800 per person and after that from 18th to 27th November fair is open for everyone. Entry passes on the weekend is Rs.120 for adult and Rs.60 for children and on working days the price of the ticket will be Rs.60 for adult and Rs.40 for children. Entrance tickets are available on every metro station except Pragati metro station. Trade fair will be open from morning 9.30 AM till evening 7.30 pm.
Diwali is festival of happiness and a mark of new beginning .we celebrate this festival to honour lord Rama-chandra and mata sita on their return to home ayodhya after 14 years of exile given by lord rama step mother ,during which he fought and won a battle against the demons and the demon king ,Ravana .The hindus worship lord ganesha and goddess lakshmi during diwali for prosperity and new beginning .
Diwali is celebrated all across world by hindu ,sikh and jain .The festival ,is the mark of new year and triumph of good over evil and light over darkness .To overcome the darkness people lights lamp known diya all over the place to remove darkness ,that is why diwali also known as Deepawali festival of lights and worship. Diwali is a five day festival celebrated all across world starting in october or november each year depending on the cycle of moon it is celebrated in the 15th day of the holiest month of hindu calendar kartik, In 2018, diwali is on november 7 .
For many indians ,diwali honours lakshmi ,the goddess of wealth .some folks also worship devi saraswati on diwali ,as pursuing of education.people start new business year at diwali ,and some hindus will say prayers to the goddess for successful year .people Clean the house and business premises thoroughly before the first Diwali day, or the Dhanteras. Make the entrance way to your home or business colourful using the traditional motifs of Rangoli designs. It is also important to worship lord ganesha with goddess laxmi . on the day of diwali people also buy stock and stock market are open on account of muhurat trading for a time of 1 hour .
Before the beginning of diwali people starts cleaning their home and workplace to worship goddess parvati and lord ganesha because it is saying that laxmi only visit place which clean and neat . They also prepare different types of sweets or they particularly buy from market and to each other as diwali greeting and beginning of new year .
As diwali is the victory of good over evil , people light oil lamps all over their home and workplace to overcome the darkness for five days . People decorate home and workplace with beautiful lightings Make the entrance way to your home or business colourful using the traditional motifs of Rangoli designs.Try different types of Rangoli. .Light lamps every night during the festival.Burn different types of crackers as it is children’s favourite part of diwali . people buy new clothes on diwali ,buy sweets ,gold as buying gold or silver on dhanteras or diwali is sign of goodness .
Festival of diwali starts with dhanteras days of fortune in which people worship lord ganesha and goddess lakshmi for prosperity and wealth .second day of diwali is celebrated as Two Naraka Chaturdasi day of knowledge on this people honours saraswati ,goddess of knowledge and wisdom as education is equally important in life .Third day is celebrated as diwali ,the day of light and joy and the victory of good over evil .Fourth day embarks the beginning of new year known as annakut on this people grant sweet to each other for wellness and prosperity . At last , the festival ends with bhai duj day of love between siblings .
Once in a childhood everybody had experienced sitting on the carousel ride or Mary-go-round ride where one has to seat on the artificial horses and it would revolve around a Whole Circle for a minute and it was fun-loving ride to enjoy, as China had always known for designing creative things but this time China has created a very different thing with real horses and that is Mary-go-round with real horses and have left many on social media funning.
This carousel ride was installed in a shopping center in China for fun and Entertainment at Shuangliu Wanda Plaza in Chengdu back in September.
The horses walk on the carousel for every four hours a day and trainers are present during the time. A single ride on carousel cost up to 50 yuan (approximately Rs 500) for every four-minute ride. Many photos and the videos of the ride are getting popular on the internet, where some people are not happy with such ride that uses the real animal for their personal benefit but the trainers of horses say that horses are just having an exercise and Horses are changed every one-two hour.
There is no certain law preventing the use of animals as part of amusement rides in China so it is valid there to use horses for rides but somewhere its cruelty on the part of horses that they are treated like this for the real satisfaction of the ride and internet is bursting its anger on such ride.
Women experienced the ride said that Ride is cheap and enjoying as you have to pay 10-50 Yuan and with that you can also see the real horse and have fun. For what so ever purpose it is wrong on the fact of horses as their maltreated in any way be it for exercising purpose or some other purpose.
Social media sites are arousing their anger and frustration on such ride even if such thing is being legal to do in China but every creature in this planet should live their life the way they want to live and not the way how others want them to live. It’s a very shameful act by using real horses against electric-powered ones for their entertainment and own benefit.
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