Chandigarh’s Capitol Complex on the World Map

The UNESCO approved 18th April as the International Day for Monuments and Sites during its 22nd General Conference in 1983. On 18th April the world comes together to celebrate and promote cultural heritage. The day affords everyone an opportunity to raise and spread awareness about the needs and benefits of conservation of Monuments and Sites. […]

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Ram naam ati meetha hai koi gaa ke dekh le

The last day of the Chaitra Navratri festival coincides with the birthday of Bhagwan Ram. The word Rama is one of the most powerful utterances made by man. The word Rama is made up of Ra+Ma. It is a very powerful mantra. When we say Ra, our mouth opens and when saying Ma our mouth […]

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A 100 YEARS!

The Centenary of Jallianwala Bagh massacre is here, but Punjab still bleeds in the memory of those murdered in cold blood on that fateful day. Civilians that had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh Amritsar to celebrate Baisakhi on 13th April 1919, were fired upon with machine guns by Colonel Reginald Dyer. Hundreds of people died and […]

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विक्रमी संवत 2076 व बीजेपी स्थापना दिवस अप्रैल 6 को – एक अद्भुत संयोग!

अप्रैल 6, 2019 को चैत्र नवरात्र का पर्व शुरू होने जा रहा है। यह नौ दिन का  तयोहार है । नवरात्र के पेहले दिन को वर्ष प्रतिपदा- हिंदु नव संवत्सर, विक्रमी संवत 2076 का प्रारंभ है । इन नौ दिनों में हम दुर्गा माता के नौ रूपों की आराधना करते हैं । आंध्र प्रदेश को […]

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Register as a Voter – Join the biggest festival of democracy!

How to register as a voter? With the 2019 general elections in the offing, it’s time for ‘We the Citizens’ to exercise our fundamental right and shape the future of the county. It is the right as well as the duty of every adult citizen to vote. Complete participation can ensure that the Government is […]

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Some children are special – all they need is a kind eye

2nd April, 2019 is celebrated as World Autism Awareness Day, with the hope of “promoting full participation of all people with Autism and ensuring that they have the necessary support to be able to exercise their rights and fundamental freedoms.” An autistic child said, “Do not pity me, do not treat me differently than the […]

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World Theatre Day – 27th March 2019

The world is a stage. On world theatre day, let’s remind ourselves that all of us are actors on the stage set by God. We are mere puppets. He pulls the strings. He makes us laugh; He makes us cry; He makes us dance, run, bend over double, hop, skip and jump! Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai […]

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Jal Shakti – World Water Day

Water is the Elixir of life. It is the second most important thing we need to survive, after air. Today on March 22nd, we celebrate World Water Day as declared by the United Nations. The theme for World Water Day 2019 is, ‘Leaving No One Behind’. Sustainable Development (Goal 6) aims to ensure available and […]

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Holi with Saffron & Green

The festival of colours is here once again. From the time of Radha and Krishna playing Holi in Vrindavan singing, “Hori aayee re Shyam Braj ke rasiya …”, to old Bollywood numbers like, “Holi ke din dil khil jaate hain, rangon mein rang mil jaate hain” in the movie Sholay; to “Rang Barse bheege chunarwali […]

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The Watermelons of Parra

On the passing on of Sh. Manohar Parrikar, the country has lost a great leader, Goa has lost its Chief Minister and I have lost a dear friend. As a part of our seventh book Sunrays for Saturday, my wife and I had written an anecdote about Parrikar ji. Sharing this with you on his […]

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