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Haryana Day

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Today is the 54th anniversary of Haryana. On this occasion, I congratulate all the people of the state. May our state continue to rise to new heights of progress? Together, we will give a new dimension to the proud history of the state.   Haryana was formed on November 1, 1966 and the first Chief Minister of the state was Bhagwat Dayal Sharma. Haryana was formed on 1 November 1966 and the first Chief Minister of the state was Bhagwat Dayal Sharma. The partition of the state of Punjab resulted in two distinct states — Punjabi-speaking Punjab and Hindi-speaking Haryana. Haryana derives its name from Hari (Hindu god Vishnu) and Ayana (house), which means "abode of God". Most of the state’s land is arable, but much requires irrigation. The climate of Haryana is hot in the summer and markedly cold in winter; maximum temperatures in May and June may exceed 110 °F and in January, the coldest month, low temperatures may drop below the freezing point. Haryana is a North Indian

Agony of A Man

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One evening as I was walking through my street, I saw a man sitting alone and very sad. I went to him and asked the well being of him. In reply, he murmured, I don't want to live any more; but even couldn't die also. How much games I had to play in this small innings of my life. The sunset of my life is near, not because of I am sickness or I am mentally ill; but because of my family.  I was living happily with my wife and three children. I never thought of this dream even in my dreams. The family, who showed me a lot of affection during the tenure of my job, will change completely after my retirement. All three of my children are still graduates. While maintaining this standard of education, they behave like wild animals. Their condition has become so high that my position is no more than a dishwasher.  My wife is illiterate, then she has the right to praise me. She never missed any opportunity to say abusive words to me. My voice, which sounded like a cuckoo to her,

The Test of Friendship-1

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Today was a festival. This evening was very delightful. Roads were decorated with full of lights and flowers, everything was visible as far as our eyes could see. Cleanliness in the market was also worth seeing. Even once I was also shocked, I had not come to another city by mistake. But the place was somewhat recognizable. Even the garbage place of the crossroads was seemed to be clean, but failed to hide its familiar smell. Which was a witnessed that I am in the city only.  A lot of time had passed since the sun set, so people were running towards their homes. The market was crowded and children were busy playing, which was causing obstruction to traffic. Hence the market was very active but traffic was sluggish. It took an hour to reach home. All the family members were found outside the house, it seemed that they were waiting for me.  I was very happy to see the family and I was surprised on the other side as well.  I asked eagerly, "How all of you are here at the m

Importance of Guru

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Everyone needs a guide for their life, who should inspire us to follow the good path with a good rite. Our first teachers are parents who bring us into this world. Whose education works everywhere in our life and guides our life.  The Guru will not only help you in your spiritual journey, but will also guide you in your household life, he will give you intuition powers to decide what is good for your life and what is bad. He will give you powers to decide which path will benefit your soul and will guide you which path to avoid.  The word "Guru" is a Sanskrit word. "A person imparting spiritual and worldly knowledge is called a Guru." After parents, it is the Guru who helps us to move towards positivity without any discrimination and selflessness and keeps us from negativity. Our poets and litterateurs have told about the glory of Guru in our lives in different languages.  Guru's place in Sanskrit language is also mentioned above God, because interview

Citrullus Colocynthis (Garmunda)

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Citrullus colocynthis, which has many common names including colocynth, bitter apple, bitter cucumber, desert gourd, sodom vine or wild gourd. It is a desert fruit and is mainly found in the Mediterranean basin and Asia, especially in countries such as Turkey. It resembles a common watermelon vine, but its fruits are bitter as well as harsh.  It is a wild fruit and in India it is found in abundance in South Haryana as well as Rajasthan. The native name of this fruit is Garmunda, which is dominated by its medicinal properties. It has been used equally for both humans and animals. Ripe fruits are dried and stored and grinded and fed when needed. Usually it is not cultivated, it grows automatically and its most favorable period for the growth and flourishing is during summer, which coincides with the rainy season.  Garmunda has been widely used in traditional medicine for centuries. In traditional veterinary medicine, colocynth has been used to treat skin eruptions in camels. It

When Habits Became Identity - 2

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The teacher explained the man a lot, but the man was not ready to understand. In the end the teacher had to accept his defeat and accept the man's offer. The teacher asked the man to come after ten days. That man was not happy, he would pass by the school everyday and would be happy that my donkey would also return to me as a man. Similarly, ten days have passed.   Finally, the day arrived when his donkey was about to come in front of him as a man. He arrives at the school wondering how he will treat her, how she will treat him. He even brought fresh grass for his beloved donkey that if he had forgotten, he would miss seeing the grass.   In the same confusion, he reached out to the teacher and asked about his donkey. Sir, did my donkey become a man? Can i meet him, where is he, please tell me soon? The teacher asked him to be patient, and told him, "Your donkey was not a normal donkey, it was very intelligent, I made him not only a man by my intelligence, but also a te

When Habits Became Identity - 1

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Once upon a time, a man lived in a small village. He was very innocent. He was unskilled and had few donkeys. His profession was transportation of goods with the help of his donkeys. He was also very unlucky and even after several years of marriage he has no children. He lived in a mourning. One day as he was passing through school, he heard the teacher's shout at his student, "In such a time I would have made a donkey a man."   On hearing this, he was very happy. He ran to his house and told the story to his wife. He told her how the teacher can be helpful in getting our happiness back. Her wife said to him that this is impossible, but the man was not agreed, saying that,"I heard that with my own ears." You must have faith on the teacher, he is a wise man and educated also. He is respected by all, he can't speaks a lie. It is possible, that's why he had spoken this.  He gave a lot of examples and eventually, his wife had to agree to do whateve

Vijay Dashmi/ Dussehra -20

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The festivals celebrated in India give the message of the victory of good over evil in one way or the other but the festival which is known for this message is Dussehra. Exactly twenty days before Diwali. According to the Panchag, the Dashami of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month is celebrated all over the country as Vijayadashami or Dussehra. Dussehra is one of the major festivals of Hindus. This festival tells the story of Lord Shri Rama, who, after 9 days of continuous war in Lanka, killed Ahkari Ravana and freed Mother Sita from her captivity.  On this day, Mother Durga also killed Mahishasura, hence it is also celebrated as Vijayadashami and mother Durga is also worshiped. It is believed that Lord Rama also invoked the power by worshiping Mother Durga, after examining Lord Rama, one of the lotus flowers kept for worship disappeared. Since Shri Ram was called Rajivayanan i.e. the lotus with eyes, he decided to offer one of his eyes to the mother as soon as he started removing his e

Shard Navratra –Day -9 Siddidatri

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The ninth power of Maa Durga is named Siddhidatri. She is going to give all kinds of siddis to her devotees and seekers. According to Devi Purana, Lord Shiva achieved these achievements only from her grace. Due to his compassion, half of Lord Shiva's body was made of Goddess. That is why he became famous as Ardhanarishwar in the world. Mother Siddhidatri is of four arms. The lion is his conveyance. They are also offered on lotus flowers. His right hand has a circle in the lower hand, mace in the upper hand and a lotus flower in the upper hand and a lotus flower in the upper hand. Navratri-pooja is performed on the day of Navami. On this day, all attainment of a spiritual healer is done with classical method and with full devotion. Nothing in the world is possible for him.  Mother Siddhidatri is the last incarnation of the new Durga. The worshipers worship the other eight goddesses in a ritualistic manner and worship them on the ninth day. After completing the worship of Mothe

Shard Navratra –Day -8 Mahagauri

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The eighth power of Maa Durga is named Mahagauri. Their color is fully noticed. It is also likened to conch, moon and kunda flowers. All their clothing and jewelery is also white. They have four arms. They ride bulls. His upper right hand is in abhaya mudra and lower hand has trident. The top left hand is Damru and the lower hand is in Vara mudra. She is sitting on a bull and is the most calm of all of Maa Durga’s avatars. She symbolizes purity, serenity and tranquility. A lot of devotees consider this an auspicious day and worship their tools. The significance behind this is that Maa Durga’s weapons are worshipped as symbols of female strength. It is believed that Goddess Mahagauri can fulfil all the desires of her devotees. If you worship her, you can be relived from all the sufferings of life. His previously accumulated sins are also destroyed. Sin will never come in the future, it will never be sad. He possesses all types of holy and inexhaustible virtues. Maa Mahagauri