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Mukesh Ambani is an Indian business tycoon, Chairman of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and is ranked among the richest people in the world. He is the richest person in India and is considered to be one of the world’s most powerful personalities. His brilliance and success can be derived from the fact that his company is currently India’s second most valuable company by market value. Continue reading “Life story of Mukesh Ambani”
Sometimes, It is difficult to take a single breath. We all have everything – money, luxury, relationship, family and friend but still, we are lacking something. We all are running to achieve something but after achieving it, our desire changed then we desire something else and running for desires are going on. It’s like we are running on a track for racing competition but there is no end. We love most of the people or you can say we desire or expect love from everyone but somewhere we all forget to love our own self. We all are busy to give love to other or to take love from others. One person who is standing just opposite to you in front of the mirror is more important than anything. Value that person, give love and respect to him/her. Continue reading “New Ray Towards Happy Life”
Dhanteras is a most celebrated festival in India. Dhanteras festival falls in the month of Kartik(Oct-Nov) on the thirteenth day of the dark fortnight. Two days before Diwali, Dhanteras is celebrated. In India, on Dhanteras, Lakshmi – the Goddess of wealth – is worshiped to provide prosperity and happiness. As the word itself explains, Dhan means wealth and ‘Tera’ means 13th. People are celebrating Dhanteras by lighting a lamp in evening. Dhan – Lakshmi is welcomed into the house. Some families are also making Rangoli in front of the door just to welcome the Goddess Lakshmi. Aartis are sung and fruits and sweets are offered to her. On Dhanteras Lord Kuber is also worshiped by Hindu. This custom of worshiping Lakshmi and Kuber together is in the prospect of doubling the benefits of such prayers.
People flock to the jewelers and buy gold or silver jewelry or utensils to venerate the occasion of Dhanteras.
There is a belief that on Dhanteras buying new clothes, Gold and silver are very good and it will increase the wealth and prosperity. New things which are purchase on Dhanteras will get 13 times growth over a year.
Story behind the Dhanteras
There was a story that the 16- year old son of King Hima. His horoscope predicted his death by snake-bite on the fourth day of his marriage. On that particular day, his newly-wed wife did not allow him to sleep. She laid out all her ornaments and lots of gold and silver coins in a heap at the entrance of the sleeping chamber and lit lamps all over the place. Then she narrated stories and sang songs to keep her husband from falling asleep.
The next day, when Yama, the god of Death, arrived at the prince’s doorstep in the guise of a Serpent, his eyes were dazzled and blinded by the brilliance of the lamps and the jewelry. Yam could not enter the Prince’s chamber, so he climbed on top of the heap of gold coins and sat there the entire night listening to the stories and songs. In the morning, he silently went away.
Thus, the young prince was saved from the clutches of death by the cleverness of his new bride, and the day came to be celebrated as Dhanteras. And the following days came to be called Naraka Chaturdashi (‘Naraka’ means hell and Chaturdashi mean 14th). It is also known as ‘Yamadeepdaan’ as the ladies of the house light earthen lamps or ‘deep’ and these are kept burning throughout the night glorifying Yama, the god of Death. Since this is the night before Diwali, it is also called ‘Chhhoti Diwali’ or Diwali minor.
Environment between India and Pakistan is not healthy. Again and again, India attacked by Pakistan’s terrorist. They forced India for a fight. India is a peaceful country. India always believes in peace. India always fights with Pakistan for maintaining peace and to give them a strong message that India will not tolerate any violence and terrorist activity. India fights four wars with Pakistan in 1947, 1965, 1971 and 1999. Maximum time India won the war and gave a strong message to Pakistan that India will not tolerate any violence.
On 18 September 2016, a near the town of Uri in the Indian – administered state of Jammu and Kashmir, attacked by four heavily armed terrorists. It was reported as “the deadliest attack on security forces in Kashmir in two decades”. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, though the militant group Jaish – e-Mohammed is suspected of being involved in the planning and execution of the attack. A gun battle ensued lasting six hours, during which all the four militants were killed. Additional 19-30 soldiers were reported to have been injured in the attack. Combing operations continued to flush out additional terrorists thought to be alive. Most of the soldiers killed were from the 10 Dogra and 6 Bihar regiments. One of the injured soldiers succumbed to his injuries on 19 September at R&R Hospital in New Delhi, followed by another soldier on 24 September, bringing the death toll to 19.
On 29 September, after Uri attack, India took a strong step towards removing terrorism in Pakistan. Indian army force carried out operation named “Surgical Strike” in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, targeting and destroying terror launch pads and killing terrorists. it is estimated that 30-35 terrorists were at the locations targeted by special forces. Two Indian Army soldiers are believed to have been injured in the attack but were safely evacuated after the strike. With this operation, India changed the rule of Game. Pakistan rejected the claim, stating that Indian troops had not crossed the Line of Control but had only engaged in border skirmishing with Pakistani troops, resulting in the deaths of two Pakistani soldiers and wounding nine. Pakistan said India was hiding its casualties. After denying of Pakistani government for a surgical strike, Indian army claimed that he had a video about it. Indian army handed over the video to the Indian government. According to indiatoday, a newspaper report published on 6 October 2016 confirmed that the Army operation indeed took place by citing eyewitness across from across the LoC. In the night of September 28-29, Indian Army commandos had crossed over to the PoK and killed nearly 50 terrorists and destroyed at least launch pads. The strikes happened 10 days after Pakistan-based terrorists stormed an Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri sector and killed 19 Indian soldiers.
Behind every successful player there is always a hard work of their coach. Recently PV Sindhu makes us proud on her victory for getting silver medal for India in Rio Olympics. But without right guidance and effective training this is not possible. If Sindhu had given her hard working sweat for this silver medal, her coach Pullela Gopichand had also given her hard core experience to her for making her shine in the sky of success.
Gopichand shared his views on the success of Sindhu to Times of India; I think a lot of people do a lot of hard work. God has just been kind. I can only say one thing. I started coaching Sindhu when she was very young. I’ve known her since then. When we started off in 2004, she was the youngest in the group. She was nearly eight years old then. And 2010 onwards, I would train her first thing in the morning. I used to start every morning with Sindhu. This was one relationship that I’ve always thought would produce a result. There were some times like in 2013, when we got a bronze at the World Championships, which was then followed by a few bad results. She lost in the first round of the Australian Open. That was two months before the Olympics. Some people even said, ‘Ispe time kyun waste kar rahe ho (Why are you wasting time on her?).’ But, I believed that hard work will produce results. I trusted that instinct and she has truly listened to whatever I have had to tell her.
Everyone is not able to evaluate a right quality of diamond, only few one can and Gopichand is one of them.
We Indians are different but still unique. I am feeling very glad to share with you this information about our amazing INDIA.
• Chess was invented in India
• Algebra, Trigonometry, calculus are originated in India
• India is the world’s largest democracy.
• Besides the US and Japan, India is the only country who to have indigenously built a super computer.
• The Indian national Kabaddi team has won all world cups.
• India has the largest post offices in the world.
• India exports software to 90 countries.
• Sanskrit is considered as the mother of all higher languages. It is the most precise and therefore suitable language for computer software. (A report in Forbes magazine, July 1987).
• India has the largest number of news channels in the world. It has 798 TV channels as of July 2014.
• India is the 3rd largest producer of solar photovoltaic cells in the world producing 2.12 MW of power. India is the world’s 4th largest wind power user.
• The present CEO of Google is an Indian – Sundar Pichai
• India is the world’s second largest producer of small cars. It is the largest newspaper market in the world.
• Board of Control for Cricket in India, or BCCI, is the apex governing body for cricket in India is the richest body in world cricket.
• A Cricket ground at the height of 2,444 meters, in Chail, is the world’s highest cricket ground situated in India.
• ISRO 100 million dollars launching satellites in 2015. It launched 5 UK satellites and is set to launch 9 micro satellites for US.
• India born steel czar Lakshmi Mittal and Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani figure in the forbes list of “World’s most powerful billionares” who wield staggering authority and influence far beyond their riches.
• The TATA group, State Bank of India and Infosys Technologies are among 17 Indian firms that figure among the top 50 in the list of the world’s 200 most-reputed companies.
• Reliance Group of Companies in India has the maximum number of shareholders in the world.
• State Bank of India has the maximum number of branches in the world.
• The second largest numbers of scientist and engineers in the world are in India.