Sunday, August 14, 2011

Aarakshan Movie Review, Aarakshan Movie Star Cast, Aarakshan Hindi Movie Review, Aarakshan Movie Rating, 2011, Aarakshan MOvie Hero, Aarakshan Picture Comments

Aarakshan Movie Review, Aarakshan Movie Star Cast, Aarakshan Hindi Movie Review, Aarakshan Movie Rating, 2011, Aarakshan MOvie Hero, Aarakshan Picture Comments



Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Manoj Bajpayee, Pateik
Producer : Firoz Nadiadwala, Prakash Jha

Director : Prakash Jha
Music Director : Loy Mendonca, Shankar Mahadevan. Ehsaan Noorani
Official Website : www.aarakshanthefilm.com

Rating: ** ½

First things first... despite all the hype and hoopla, the fact is that Aarakshan touches its core theme of reservation only in its first half and that too only partially and peripherally. The second half seems to narrate an altogether unconnected story.

While the film is supposed to be centered on the Supreme Court's 2008 verdict on the approval of additional reservations for other backward classes, it barely touches upon the topic beyond what is common knowledge. The issue and its implications are seen through the confines of the viewpoint of its principal protagonist and the narrative lacks any broader perspective on the national issue.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

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God could not take care for the whole world
so he has given mothers to each family.
In the same way mother could not take care
for the whole part of our life, so she had given brothers.
Thanks for being my brother.
Happy Raksha Bandhan


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Sky is blue, feel this hue,
my love is for you Bhaiya...always true.
Loads of good wishes for Raksha Bandhan

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This msg is for the most wonderful
sisters of this world ----badi and chhoti.
Thank u didi for always being there on my
side and for helping me in those infinite
ways which I cannot even remember...

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Like an invisible thread
Our love binds us together
Making sure we'll remember
Where we came from and
What we mean to each other.
Wishing you a joyous Raksha Bandhan

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Sister is some1 who is caring & sharing.
Sister can understand things u never said.
She can understand pain, which is not visible 2 any1.
I luv my sister.

Rakhi Greetings & Best Wishes for You.

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Thanks dear Bhaiya
for your warmth affection
&
ur understanding
May our bond of love remain forever.
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Kaamyabi tumhare kadam chume,
Khushiyan tumhare charo aur ho,
Par bhagwan se itni prarthana karne ke liye,
tum mujhe kuch to commission do!
To my extremely lovable (but kanjoos) brother...
Just kidding as always.
"Happy Raksha Bandhan"

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Raksha Bandhan Message to Brother
"You are the person who holds me in my bad times,
you are the person who dances with me in my happiness.
I can't recall even a single day when you were absent from my life.
I really love you." Happy Rakhi Bro

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Rishta hai janmo ka hamara
Bharose ka aur pyaar bhara
Chalo, ise bandhe bhaiya Rakhi ke atut bandhan mein.
Happy Raksha Bandhan to my dearest bro.

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Hey didi you are the best.
Do you know why?
Because
I am your brother ;-)
Happy Rakhi Didi

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You were always my best friend,
looking out for me
making sure the path I traveled on
was smooth.
Even if I searched the world over
there cannot be a better brother than you.
Wishing You Life's Best Always..

Happy Raksha Bandhan

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Near or far wherever u r,
My best wishes r with U,
Tum jiyo hazaron saal,
May success & joy be yours everyday,

Yehi hai meri wish dil se!

"Happy Raksha Bandhan"

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My Dear Brother is one of the most precious gift sent by God.
Happy Raksha Bandhan to you.

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Brothers are like streetlights along the road
they don't make distance any shorter but they
light up the path and make the walk worthwhile
Happy Rakhi Bandhan my bro.

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U know dat u r da most precious stone
in da collection of my secret treasure..
Wishing u very Happy Rakhi &
best of luck 4 every thing.

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Phoolon ka taron ka sabka kehna hai,
Duniya me sobse achha mere Bhaiya hai...
luv u always.

Happy Rakhi..

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Rakhi is just an excuse
for me to express myself:
You mean the world to me.
Happy Raksha Bandhan to
My sweet sister

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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Yummy Recipes, Fried Rice Balls, Fast Food home made, Recipe for Snacks cheese, Spicy Fried Morning breakfast, Indian Fried Cheese Rolls

Yummy Recipes, Fried Rice Balls, Fast Food home made, Recipe for Snacks cheese, Spicy Fried Morning breakfast, Indian Fried Cheese Rolls

Recipe for Fried Rice Balls/Rolls 

 
Ingredients: 2 Bowls boiled rice, 4 spoon Gram flour(Besan), 2 boiled potatoes, 2 Spoon Fennel seeds Powder(Saunf powder), 1 spoon red chilli powder, 2 spoon corriader powder, 1 spoon garam masala

 

 

 
Recipe :  
  1. Mix Rice and Potatoe in a bowl and then mix rest of the ingredients in it.
  2. Prepare small balls to be fried.
  3. Deep fry these balls in oil till they turn brown.
  4. Serve hot with sauce.

 

Friday, August 5, 2011

When is Raksha bandhan 2014 date, Raksha bandhan, Rakhi festival, celebrate Raksha bandhan, pooja, process, ritual, Raksha bandhan katha, rakhi women fast, ladies, female, rakhi gift ideas

Raksha bandhan 2014 date, Raksha bandhan, Rakhi festival, celebrate Raksha bandhan, pooja, process, ritual, Raksha bandhan katha, rakhi women fast, ladies, female, rakhi gift ideas 

Raksha Bandhan in 2014 is on Sunday, 10th August 2014.



What Does Raksha Bandhan Mean and How is it Celebrated

Raksha Bandhan (the bond of protection), or Rakhi, is a festival primarily observed in North India, which celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters.The festival is observed by Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims. The central ceremony involves the tying of a rakhi (sacred thread) by a sister on her brother's wrist. This symbolizes the sister's love and prayers for her brother's well-being, and the brother's lifelong vow to protect her. The festival falls on the full moon day (Shravan Poornima) of the Shravan month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar. It grew in popularity after Rani Karnavati, the widowed queen of Chittor, sent a rakhi to the Mughal emperor Humayun when she required his help.

In southern & Central parts of India including Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Orissa, this day (i.e. Shravan Poornima day), is when the Brahmin community performs the rituals of Avani Avittam or Upakarma.

While Raksha Bandhan is celebrated all over the country, different parts of the country mark the day in different ways.

In Nepal, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on shravan purnima. It is also called Janai Purnima (Janai is sacred thread and purnima means full moon). Janai is changed in this day, in Brahmins and kshetry's family. A sacred thread is tied on hand by senior family members and relatives. Nepalese people enjoy this festival eating its special food "Kwati", a soup of sprout of seven different grains



Rakhi gift ideas for Sisters
  1.  Jwellery Set - May be a simple gold plated set, or a diamond ear rings. It could be anything varying from a simple ear ring to an expensive diamond/pearl set.
  2. Clothes - Women love clothes, so may gift a a nice top, t-shirt, saree with matching bangle, or some utility cloth like bedsheet set.
  3. Flowers - U might also simply send  flowers with may be some sweets.
  4. Accessories  - A Leather purse, a watch, anything else u can think of.



Rakhi gift ideas for Brothers
  1. Rakhi and Pooja Thali.
  2. Clothes - A nice shirt, and a pair of jeans
  3. Accessories - Watch, Deo
  4. Pen and Rakhi - A parker pen along with Rakhi
  5. Flowers and Rakhi - Flowers, rakhi and some kaju katli or any other sweet.

Other Upcoming Festivals

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

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Hartalika teej is on 4th September 2016, Sunday.   

Following is the vrat katha which women read on the day of teej in the evening in front of lord shiva and parvati ji. To know how to celerabrate Hartalika teej please read here... click here>>








Monday, August 1, 2011

Hariyali Teej 2014 date, Hariyali teej, Hariyali teez festival, celebrate hariyali teej, pooja, process, ritual, hariyali teej katha, teej women fast, ladies, female

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Date: In 2014 Hariyali teej is on 30th July 2014 on Wednesday

On this day Ladies, worship moon and wear green coloured clothes. Hariyali Teej also called Teejen is celebrated with extreme mirth and devotion by womenfolk. It falls in the Shukla Paksha of Shravana, corresponding to the month of August. As the name says, Hariyali Teej relates to greenery. On this day, many women clad themselves in green colored clothes and wear green bangles. A special puja is performed to worship moon. Traditional singing of songs and dance escalates the verve of Haryali Teej celebrations.


Hariyali Teej : Hariyali Teej is also known as "Chooti Teej","Sinjara Teej" and "Shravani Teej" too. According to Hindu Calendar, the bright half (Shukla paksha) of Shravan month is known as Shravani Maas. The third day of Shravani Mass is also known as Haryali Teej. The festival is dedicated for women. As the name says, Hariyali Teej relates to greenery. On this day, many women clad themselves in green colored clothes and wear green bangles. A special puja is performed to worship moon.

How to celebrate

A day before Hariyali Teej, women celebrate 'Sindhare'. It is a significant day for newly wed brides. On her first "Sindhara" after marriage, it is customary to receive clothes and ornaments from her Mother-in-law. On Hariyali Teej, women gather to worship moon. The puja performed on this occasion is done with milk, curd and flowers.


Hariyali Teej is mainly related with greenery and commemorates for abundance of greenery and good harvest. Women wear green colored clothes like lehanga, suits and sarees. They wear green bangles and adorn their hands with beautiful mehandi patterns. Women both married and unmarried enjoy the festive spirit by swinging on adorned swings singing songs relating to the month of Sawan. Various delicious food items are cooked which is relished by all in the family.

After marriage on the first sawan girls should not stay at in-laws-house. A day before Hariyali Teej, women celebrate 'Sinjara'. It is a significant day for newly wed brides. On her first ‘Sinjara’ after marriage, it is customary to receive clothes and ornaments from her Mother-in-law. On Hariyali Teej, women gather to worship moon. The puja performed on this occasion is done with milk, curd and flowers.

Women adorn their hands with beautiful ‘Mehandi’ patterns. All women who has husband offer ‘Suhagi’ after touching feet of mother-in-law. If this is not possible it could be performed with any elder (sister-in-law) in family. Women also apply ‘Aalta’ which represent that they have a ‘Suhagin’

It is mainly observed by married women of Rajasthan, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and UP.
The day is enjoyed with full craze that even the Gujarati women adopt the Rajasthani traditions. In Gujarat, special Garba dance is arranged. Women in their traditional clothes, carry pots on their heads and dance singing songs in praise of Goddess Parvati.
In Maharashtra, women wear green bangles, green clothes, golden bindis and kajal for luck. They distribute beautifully painted coconuts to their female relatives and friends and offer fresh fruit and green vegetables to the goddess as thanks giving.

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Very Recently my blog got a news coverage in Dainik Bhakar in their Madhurima Section which is exclusively for women folks, dated 13 July 2011. I would like to thank Dainik Bhaskar for considering my blog worthy of mention and publishing an article on it. The link to the complete article is below mentioned.

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Due to hormone imbalance women face a lot of issue like irregular menstrual cycle, heavy flow during menstruation, weakness in body, or weight gain and many related issues. Few home made cure which can be added to your diet are :-

1. Use soyabean oil.

2. Eat dry fruits like Apricot, almonds. This will improve hormone imbalance.

3. Eat Vegetarian Food.

4. Use Jaiton oil for food. This doesn’t have Trans fatty acid at all.

5. Avoid dairy products.

6. Avoid packed and processed foods.

7. Use cereal products like Chapati, brown bread, Sooji, Brown Rice, Organic food. Avoid eating white flour based products.

Please add your valuable comments.



Hartalika Teej 2016 date, Hartalika teej, Hartalika teez festival, celebrate Hartalika teej, pooja, process, ritual, Hartalika teej katha, teej women fast, ladies, female

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Hartalika Teej is on 4th September 2016, Sunday.
 
Hartalika Teej is an important Hindu fasting observed by Hindu women and is dedicated to Goddess Parvati in North India. .Hartalika Teej falls on the third day of the first fortnight of the month of 'Bhadra'. It is a three-day festival which is celebrated by women in honor of Parvati Ma. It is one of three Teej festivals and is mainly observed in North India and western parts of India. Hartalika Teez is observed mainly in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and is some parts of Maharashtra.

Popular belief is that by observing Hartalika Teej Vrat unmarried women will get good husbands. This Teez is observed by both married and unmarried women. Married women observe the Vrat for a happy and peaceful married life.

Hartalika Teej is based on the intense austerities (tapas) observed by Goddess Parvathi to get Lord Shiva as her husband. It is believed that Goddess Parvati will bless those women who observe the Vrat.



Married ladies come back to their parents home to celebrate the festival. Hartalika Teej is the time to adorn oneself with new clothes and jewelry. Applying mehndi on hands and feet is a unique feature of Hartalika Teej celebrations. Women usually dress up in green colored clothes, wear golden bindi and apply a thick layer of kajal. They do their best to look beautiful at the time of Hartalika Teej.



Teej Puja Process




Women either gather at a nearby temple or a garden where the puja is arranged. The main puja takes place with holy offerings of flowers, sweets and coins. A semi-circle is created and an idol of Goddess Parvati is kept in the middle. A pujarin or all the ladies together narrate the holy Teej Katha. Young girls also sit to listen the auspicious katha. While listening to the katha, women are expected to put their mind and thoughts towards their soul mate.

When the puja gets over women offer fruits, flowers and other holy items and seek blessings of Goddess Parvati for marital bliss. Another very important part of Teej Puja is the oil lamp which should be kept alight throughout the night as it is bad omen if it dies away.
At some places, after paying homage to Goddess Parvati, women bath with red mud found on the roots of the sacred Datiwan bush. This is an act of purification. It is believed that a woman is absolved from all sins after taking this holy bath.

At the end of the day, women share their happiness and joy by dancing and singing traditional songs in praise of Lord Shiva and her consort Parvati.


Gift Ideas For Wives

  1. Jewellery Set - May be a simple gold plated set, or a diamond ear rings. It could be anything varying from a simple ring to an expensive diamond/pearl set.
  2. Clothes - Women love clothes, a nice silk saree with matching bangles or jwellery set Or a nice Salwar Suit. Prefer ethnic keeping the occassion in mind
  3. Flowers - U might also simply send flowers with some sweets.
  4. Accessories - A Leather purse, a watch, anything else u can think of.

Gift Ideas For Husbands

If your husband is living far of and u wish to give a gift to him. You might send him a nice flower bookey.
You are already keeping a fast for him for his long life, so flowers to show your love with some sweets would be a good idea. And you should expect a good gift from him. :)) After all you are adding years to his life, what can be a bigger gift than this.:)


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