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WISHESH<br />

JULY MAGAZINE <strong>2016</strong><br />

VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 7<br />

.COM<br />

Desi news<br />

firming<br />

relationships<br />

In Business<br />

Easing norms<br />

Freedom Fighter<br />

Women power<br />

Travelogue<br />

Ram Mandir When?<br />

Yoga<br />

Healthy world<br />

Day<br />

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10-17<br />

Indian Diaspora<br />

Rasipuram<br />

Jaunsari<br />

Bhoksa<br />

18-23<br />

Cover Story<br />

Yoga Day<br />

24-25<br />

Story for Kids<br />

Krishna kills Sakatasura<br />

CONTENTS<br />

10 - 11<br />

Rasipuram<br />

18 - 23<br />

Yoga Day<br />

26-27<br />

Healthy Living<br />

Healthy living is<br />

Happy living<br />

28-29<br />

Indian Food<br />

Travancore Sambar<br />

30-31<br />

Nri profile<br />

Nandita Bakshi<br />

36-37<br />

Desi News<br />

Prime Minister Narendra<br />

Modi’s 5 Nation visit<br />

26- 27<br />

Healthy living is<br />

Happy living


40- 41<br />

In Focus<br />

38-39<br />

In Business<br />

Registration of NBFCs<br />

made easy<br />

40-41<br />

In Focus<br />

Noise around the exit of RBI<br />

Governor Raghuram Rajan<br />

46- 47<br />

Indian<br />

Yoga<br />

42-43<br />

Freedom Fighter<br />

Jhansi ki Rani<br />

Lakshmibai<br />

46-47<br />

Indian Yoga<br />

Padmasana<br />

54-55<br />

Romance<br />

48-51<br />

LifeStyle<br />

Living a healthy lifestyle<br />

52-53<br />

Relationship<br />

Enjoying Relationship<br />

54-55<br />

Romance<br />

Romance How to<br />

keep it going


56-67<br />

Travelogue<br />

Ayodhya<br />

68-71<br />

Indian History<br />

Haryanka Dynasty<br />

CONTENTS<br />

56- 67<br />

Ayodhya<br />

76-79<br />

Rolls-Royce Dawn<br />

V<br />

BJP -<br />

72-75<br />

Technology<br />

ISRO launches<br />

20 satellites in one go<br />

76-79<br />

Automobiles<br />

Rolls-Royce Dawn<br />

launchedin India<br />

- Rs 6.25 crore<br />

80-81<br />

Indian vasthu<br />

Home temple<br />

82-85<br />

Indian Spiritual<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

68-71<br />

Gurjara-Pratihara<br />

dynasty


86-87<br />

alley votes for<br />

PDP combine<br />

86-87<br />

Indian Events<br />

Valley votes for<br />

BJP - PDP combine<br />

88-93<br />

Fashion<br />

Naeem Khan’s Spring 2017<br />

New Bridal Show<br />

110-111<br />

Hollywood<br />

Tea News<br />

96-97<br />

Sultan<br />

94-101<br />

Special Movie<br />

Dishoom<br />

Sultan<br />

Babu Bangaram<br />

Kabali<br />

102-109<br />

Movie Review<br />

Te3n<br />

Udta Punjab<br />

Gentleman<br />

A.. Aa<br />

110-111<br />

Hollywood Tea News<br />

Michael Jackson<br />

Katie Holmes<br />

Priyanka Chopra<br />

114-115<br />

Star Gazing


INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

10<br />

WWW.WISHESH.COM | JULY <strong>2016</strong>


Rasipuram<br />

Hub of<br />

handloom silk<br />

Rasipuram is a Municipality in the district of<br />

Salem in India. It is situated 25 Km from Salem<br />

and 25 Km from Namakkal district. This is rather<br />

a small village with the population engaged in<br />

agriculture and handloom weaving. The people<br />

here speak only Tamil.<br />

Handloom<br />

industry<br />

The village is once well<br />

known for handloom silk<br />

products. Once famous for<br />

its handloom products now<br />

flourishing with powerlooms.<br />

The traditional weavers are<br />

very much upset due to<br />

the decline of handlooms.<br />

Rasipuram is famous for<br />

its silk handloom products.<br />

Rasipuram handlooms are<br />

well known for the durability<br />

of the colours used in the<br />

yarn. The mixture of colour<br />

gives durability.<br />

The count used in weaving<br />

gives the softness and<br />

hardness of the fabric.<br />

Count means the number of<br />

threads used in the length<br />

and breadth for weaving<br />

known as warp and weft<br />

respectively. In Rasipuram<br />

5600 threads are used in<br />

warp. The width of the saree<br />

comes to 51 inches. Each<br />

and every thread of the<br />

Rasipuram handloom saree<br />

is hand woven.<br />

Each weaver works from<br />

home with all his / her family<br />

members helping in different<br />

steps of the process. It<br />

requires approximately<br />

4-8 days (depending on<br />

the variety of saree) of<br />

continuous efforts for<br />

weaving a saree.<br />

Dyeing<br />

The process of<br />

manufacturing a Rasipuram<br />

handloom Saree starts with<br />

dyeing the silk yarn. Dyeing<br />

is the coloring process of the<br />

yarn by dipping the yarn in<br />

the boiled color water in very<br />

high temperature, higher<br />

the temperature durability of<br />

colour is also higher. Dyeing<br />

of the yarn is done making<br />

sure that the color is spread<br />

uniformly throughout the<br />

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INDIAN DIASPORA FINE ART<br />

12<br />

yarn and it does not affect<br />

the quality of the yarn.<br />

The coloring process is a<br />

very crucial step in getting<br />

a colourful saree. The<br />

colours are applied as per<br />

the specifications of the<br />

designers and also some<br />

times as per the orders<br />

from customers who orders<br />

for a designer Saree. After<br />

coloring, the silk yarn is<br />

dried in shade. Drying yarn<br />

in sun can be harmful to<br />

yarn.<br />

Weaving<br />

After dyeing and drying<br />

the yarn, it is converted to<br />

thread and is loaded as<br />

warp which is called pavvu<br />

and then it is loaded into<br />

the loom for actual weaving.<br />

It is also rolled over small<br />

sticks to use for wept.<br />

One pavvu can make 6<br />

sarees. It will take 2 months<br />

to complete weaving of<br />

one pavvu. Rasipuram<br />

handloom sarees are<br />

traditionally woven in the<br />

interlocked-weft technique.<br />

Design<br />

The design required<br />

on the saree is initially<br />

drawn in a computer and<br />

then punched into a card<br />

and then these cards are<br />

loaded in the Jacard in the<br />

loom. Jacard is a box like<br />

structure which is fixed in<br />

the top of the loom. There<br />

will be needles in the Jacard<br />

which will read the punched<br />

cards and control the<br />

weaving of weft.<br />

Declining<br />

Handloom<br />

industry<br />

In Rasipuram silk handloom<br />

sarees are weaved. Due<br />

to the high cost of silk<br />

yarn now the weavers of<br />

Rasipuram are struggling to<br />

continue in the profession.<br />

Now one can see only<br />

very few weavers weaving<br />

Rasipuram silk handloom<br />

products. Once famous<br />

Rasipuram Handloom<br />

products are now becoming<br />

extinct due to the high cost<br />

of silk yarn and low wages<br />

prevailing in the industry.<br />

Previously Rasipuram was<br />

full of talented weavers<br />

who used to do magic in<br />

the looms to produce the<br />

best handloom products.<br />

Now you can see only a<br />

small number of weavers<br />

in this profession and<br />

most of the handlooms<br />

are being converted to<br />

powerlooms. There is an<br />

emergency situation to take<br />

necessary action to protect<br />

The design<br />

required on<br />

the saree is<br />

initially drawn<br />

in a computer<br />

and then<br />

punched into a<br />

card and then<br />

these cards<br />

are loaded<br />

in the Jacard<br />

in the loom.<br />

Jacard is a box<br />

like structure<br />

which is fixed<br />

in the top of<br />

the loom.<br />

There will be<br />

needles in the<br />

Jacard which<br />

will read the<br />

punched cards<br />

and control<br />

the weaving of<br />

weft.<br />

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the traditional Rasipuram<br />

handloom products.<br />

Weaver’s voice<br />

The weavers of Rasipuram<br />

blame the mushrooming<br />

powerlooms for the high<br />

cost of silk yarn. The<br />

weavers demands a<br />

responsible role by the<br />

government to protect<br />

the handloom industry by<br />

providing subsidy for yarn<br />

and a rehabilitation package<br />

for the weavers who are<br />

suffering due to high cost<br />

of yarn and low wages<br />

prevailing in the industry.<br />

They hope that if the<br />

government takes the<br />

responsibility to support<br />

the handloom industry by<br />

way of showcasing and<br />

marketing the handloom<br />

products, the industry can<br />

survive or else the present<br />

situation has started the<br />

end of handloom industry<br />

in Rasipuram. The new<br />

generation is not interested<br />

in the profession due to the<br />

hard labour and long hours<br />

to bring out the finished<br />

product, even the returns<br />

are not lucrative to make<br />

them stay in the profession.<br />

Due to the non availability<br />

of weavers the handloom<br />

industry is fastly shifting to<br />

power looms.<br />

JULY <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA TRADITION<br />

Jaunsari<br />

tribes with puranic<br />

descendance<br />

14<br />

The Jaunsari Pahari live primarily in the northern<br />

state of Uttar Pradesh. The term “Pahari” can refer<br />

to any mountain dwelling people. The different<br />

Paharia groups can be distinguished by region,<br />

religion, and caste.<br />

T<br />

ways<br />

The Jaunsari caste system has<br />

only three categories - landowners,<br />

servants (those involved in a service<br />

occupation or art), and Brahmins<br />

(Hindu priests).<br />

The Jaunsari community traces its<br />

origin to the Pandavas of Mahabharat.<br />

The five Pandava brothers having<br />

one wife. Traditionally, Jaunsari<br />

have followed the custom of brothers<br />

sharing wives. The Jaunsaris have<br />

practised polyandry, where one<br />

woman will have more than one<br />

husband. Some anthropologists<br />

assert that the Jaunsaris are the last<br />

surviving ‘pure’ descendants of the<br />

Aryans. Polyandry and polygamy are<br />

not the only facets of the colourful<br />

lifestyle of the Jaunsaris—their dances,<br />

of worship, and marriage<br />

costumes all add meaning to their<br />

way of living.<br />

The main occupation of the Jaunsari<br />

is agriculture, which they supplement<br />

by raising buffaloes, cows, goats,<br />

and sheep. Their principal crops<br />

are potatoes and rice and a variety<br />

of other vegetables . They follow<br />

a system of plot rotation in which<br />

the ground is allowed to lie fallow.<br />

Wet rice cultivation is done during<br />

the monsoon season. Dry rice,<br />

maize, millet and wheat are raised<br />

on the drier land. The villagers live<br />

on a simple diet of milk, lentils,<br />

a few vegetables, some fruit and<br />

occasionally meat.<br />

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The Jaunsaris make their<br />

houses out of wood, bricks<br />

and stones, with slate, wood<br />

and thatch roofing. Doors,<br />

windows and doorframes<br />

are often ornately carved<br />

and painted. The houses<br />

are rectangular in shape<br />

and many have two stories,<br />

with the people living on the<br />

upper floor and the animals<br />

roaming freely on the ground<br />

floor.<br />

The object of the Jaunsaris’<br />

worship is the goddess<br />

Mahasu, as well as the<br />

Pandavas and their mother<br />

Kunti. Their pilgrimage<br />

centre is a place called<br />

Lakhamandal. Festivals and<br />

fairs are an integral part of<br />

the life of Jaunsari tribal<br />

community. Bissu, a type of<br />

fair marking the harvesting,<br />

is quite a significant one.<br />

Song and dance is part and<br />

”<br />

The object of the Jaunsaris’ worship<br />

is the goddess Mahasu, as well as the<br />

Pandavas and their mother Kunti. Their<br />

pilgrimage centre is a place called<br />

Lakhamandal.<br />

”<br />

parcel of the life of these<br />

Jaunsari tribes. Both men<br />

and women dance with the<br />

rhythm of melodious songs<br />

and music especially at the<br />

time of festivals and various<br />

social functions and affairs.<br />

Mahasu Devta is one of<br />

the principal deities whom<br />

each and every tribe of the<br />

Jaunsari community reveres.<br />

The devotees will bring out a<br />

procession every year in the<br />

month of August. Even a fair<br />

has been organized at that<br />

time.<br />

The birth of a baby girl is<br />

greeted with joy by Jaunsar<br />

tribe. When she has grown<br />

up and is deemed fit to<br />

marry, usually at fifteen or<br />

sixteen, there will be no<br />

burdensome dowry that has<br />

to be given to the bridegroom<br />

or his family. Instead, it is the<br />

boy’s family which will pay an<br />

agreed, furiously negotiated<br />

bride price to the girl’s<br />

family before the wedding<br />

ceremony takes place. The<br />

bride is carried to her new<br />

village on the shoulders of<br />

the bridegroom or one of his<br />

relatives.<br />

JULY <strong>2016</strong> | WWW.WISHESH.COM


INDIAN DIASPORA CULTURE<br />

16<br />

Bhoksa<br />

The Knowledgeable<br />

Bhoksa, also known as Buksa, are indigenous peoples<br />

living mainly in the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar<br />

Pradesh. They are mostly concentrated in Dehradun and<br />

Nainital districts in the Kumaon foothills of the outer<br />

Himalayas. They are found in the Bijnor district of<br />

Uttar Pradesh, where they are known as Mehra.<br />

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The language of Bhoksa<br />

is Tharu. The language is<br />

spoken in Uttarakhand,<br />

mainly in southwestern<br />

Nainital district, along a<br />

diagonal from Ramnagar<br />

to Keneshpur. It is spoken<br />

around 130 villages in<br />

Kichha and Kashipur tahsils,<br />

some in Bijnor and Garhwal<br />

Districts. Bhoksa is a<br />

corruption of the word buqra,<br />

which is a root found in the<br />

Terai and was the staple diet<br />

of the Bhoksa.<br />

Some traditions state that<br />

they acquired the name on<br />

account of the fact that their<br />

appearance was unkempt<br />

and their neighbours gave<br />

the name bhoksa, which<br />

means a mountain goat in<br />

the local Pahari language.<br />

In Dehradun and Bijnor<br />

districts, they are known as<br />

Mehra, which is said to be a<br />

corruption of the Hindi word<br />

mehram, which means a<br />

knowledgeable person.<br />

Bhoksas claim that they are<br />

Rajputs from the Deccan<br />

Plateau that fled to the<br />

hills to escape the Muslim<br />

conquerors of India. This is<br />

said to be reflected in their<br />

sub-division, the Rajvanshi,<br />

Suryavanshi, Chandravanshi<br />

and Dujvanshi, all well<br />

known Rajput sub-groups.<br />

The Bhoksa are found<br />

along the slopes of the<br />

lower Himalayas, in a<br />

forested region known as<br />

the Terai. In Uttar Pradesh,<br />

they are found in Pilibhit<br />

and Bijnor districts, while in<br />

Uttarakhand, they are found<br />

in Udham Singh Nagar and<br />

Dehradun districts.<br />

The Bhoksas are now Hindu,<br />

having abandoned earlier<br />

animist traditions and this is<br />

seen by their use of Brahmin<br />

priests. They maintain a<br />

tribal deity, Shakumbari<br />

Devi, to which they have<br />

a special relevance. The<br />

Bhoksa now speak Hindi<br />

and have customs similar<br />

to other neighbouring<br />

Hindu communities. The<br />

Bhoksa still occupy distinct<br />

settlements, which they do<br />

not share with any tribal or<br />

caste grouping.They are<br />

now cultivators, with many<br />

maintaining their secondary<br />

occupation as mountain<br />

guides.<br />

The Bhoksas are strictly<br />

endogamous and practice<br />

clan exogamy. Their main<br />

clans are the Chauhan,<br />

Pundir, Tonwar, Chambaval,<br />

Kutiyala, Panwar, Phalsane,<br />

Katheriya, Tumbewar,<br />

Banwarbatti, Lakkiwal,<br />

Malanhas, Khasam, Kotwal<br />

and Chad. All these clans<br />

are of equal status and<br />

intermarry.<br />

Women are not highly<br />

literate but their suggestions<br />

are not over looked. They<br />

hold a good position in<br />

the family. They do not<br />

follow the veil system.<br />

Kinship relations are very<br />

momentous in their lives.<br />

Purchase marriage is very<br />

frequent among them.<br />

Bride wealth is in practice,<br />

because sex ratio is very far<br />

from equivalency. Girls play<br />

a vital role in the domestic<br />

work.<br />

A Bhoksa male can marry<br />

only in a situation, when<br />

he has an agricultural<br />

land because it proves<br />

his capability to look after<br />

his family. Marriage is<br />

performed in the late age.<br />

They are exogamous at the<br />

level of gotra. Cross cousin<br />

and parallel cousin marriage<br />

is a social taboo in their<br />

cultural life. Separation is<br />

permitted. It is minimal due<br />

to the high bride wealth,<br />

which is not possible for<br />

a Bhoksa male to arrange<br />

from time to time.<br />

Bhoksas follow the Hindu<br />

religion. They have faith<br />

in the Hindu gods and<br />

goddess. They worship to<br />

Shankar (Mahadev) – the<br />

main Hindu god, Kali, Durga,<br />

Lakshmi, Ram, Krishna.<br />

Chamunda devi is the main<br />

goddess, who is known as<br />

“Badi devi”.<br />

Holi, Deepavali, Dushara,<br />

Krishna Janmashtmi are<br />

their main festivals.<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

Yoga<br />

to focus on<br />

diabetes cure<br />

- Modi<br />

18<br />

Prime Minister Narendra<br />

Modi has on today<br />

joined with over 30,000<br />

people for the second<br />

International Yoga Day<br />

celebrations.<br />

Modi, dressed in<br />

a white t-shirt<br />

and trouser<br />

along with a<br />

scarf, led over<br />

30,000 participants, including<br />

defence forces personnel and<br />

school children, for the second<br />

International Day of Yoga<br />

celebrations at the Capitol<br />

Complex, Chandigarh amid tight<br />

security.<br />

“The logo of International Day<br />

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There is no health insurance<br />

with zero budgets but yoga<br />

gives health assurance on<br />

zero budgets. For developing<br />

countries like India, a lot can be<br />

saved if we focus on preventive<br />

health care,<br />

of Yoga is the folding of<br />

both hands. It symbolizes<br />

‘Yoga’ that is the union,<br />

which reflects the union of<br />

individual consciousness<br />

with that of universal<br />

consciousness, a perfect<br />

harmony between mind and<br />

body, man and nature – a<br />

holistic approach to health<br />

and well-being. Clearly,<br />

it has nothing to do with<br />

religion,” a government<br />

official closely associated<br />

to International Yoga Day<br />

celebration said.<br />

While addressing the<br />

gathering, Modi pitched for<br />

treating diabetes through<br />

yoga. “I want to request<br />

trainers who are associated<br />

with yoga, from this public<br />

platform. From next year<br />

when we celebrate yoga day,<br />

in this one year, you continue<br />

to do what you do for yoga<br />

but focus on one subject and<br />

this is my subject - Diabetes<br />

and yoga,” he said.<br />

He said, “The world<br />

supported the idea of<br />

International Day of Yoga.<br />

All sections of society came<br />

together in this endeavour.”<br />

The Prime Minister said,<br />

“This is a day linked with<br />

good health and now it has<br />

become a people’s mass<br />

movement.” “Yoga is not<br />

about what one will get, it<br />

is about what one can give<br />

up,” he added. “Important to<br />

integrate yoga with our lives.<br />

Do not wait, make yoga a<br />

part of one’s life,” he further<br />

said.<br />

“There is no health insurance<br />

with zero budgets but yoga<br />

gives health assurance on<br />

zero budgets. For developing<br />

countries like India, a lot<br />

can be saved if we focus on<br />

preventive health care,” said<br />

the PM<br />

“All people belonging to<br />

the yoga field, whatever<br />

knowledge they have, they<br />

must continue with the rest<br />

of their yoga activities but<br />

this (diabetes) must be the<br />

main focus,” Modi said.<br />

PM Modi said, “Let’s focus<br />

on one thing in the coming<br />

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COVER STORY<br />

One at the international level<br />

for those putting in excellent<br />

work in the field of yoga and<br />

the second one for those<br />

working in the field within the<br />

country.<br />

22<br />

days, how to mitigate<br />

diabetes through yoga.” “In<br />

India, patients suffering from<br />

diabetes are rising. We might<br />

be able to get rid of this<br />

disease or not but with the<br />

help of yoga, diabetes can<br />

be controlled. Can we start a<br />

public campaign to suggest<br />

measures in yoga to the<br />

common man suffering from<br />

diabetes,” he said.<br />

“It will be an achievement<br />

if we can help in treating<br />

diabetes. From next year, we<br />

can take another disease.<br />

But I want that for good<br />

health, we should address<br />

any one disease every year.<br />

We should run a public<br />

campaign with an aim to<br />

address one disease,” he<br />

said.<br />

“This time, we want to<br />

take yoga a step ahead<br />

from fitness and spread<br />

awareness among the<br />

public that it could cure<br />

various lifestyle disorders<br />

like diabetes, high blood<br />

pressure, breathing<br />

problems and even various<br />

mental problems. The state<br />

government approval has<br />

already been received for<br />

this project,” said Dr Kandarp<br />

Desai, director state’s<br />

department of AYUSH.<br />

“India has given invaluable<br />

heritage to the world as<br />

we celebrate the second<br />

International Yoga Day.<br />

The world has accepted it in<br />

their way. Today from Indian<br />

government side, I am going<br />

to announce two awards.<br />

Next year, when yoga day<br />

will be celebrated on June<br />

21, then from India, there<br />

will be a selection for two<br />

awards,” Modi said.<br />

“One at the international<br />

level for those putting in<br />

excellent work in the field<br />

of yoga and the second<br />

one for those working in the<br />

field within the country. One<br />

International Yoga Award<br />

and the second National<br />

Yoga Award,” he said.<br />

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It<br />

will be an<br />

achievement if we<br />

can help in treating<br />

diabetes. From next<br />

year, we can take<br />

another<br />

disease.<br />

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STORY FOR KIDS<br />

24<br />

Krishna kills<br />

Sakatasura<br />

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The litle krishna was fast growing up.<br />

He was now three months old. He was<br />

trying to turn over on his belly. He even<br />

attempted to crawl. There was great joy in<br />

the heart of Yasoda when she saw her son<br />

lying on his stomach and smiling at her.<br />

She wanted to celebrate<br />

the occasion of the first<br />

taking out of the child from<br />

the house. She invited all<br />

the ladies of Gokula. They<br />

all went to the banks of the<br />

Yamuna. In the midst of the<br />

sound of drums, music and<br />

chanting of Mantras the child<br />

was given a ceremonial bath.<br />

Yasoda found her son too<br />

tried and sleepy after the<br />

bath. It was very hot. There<br />

was a big unyoked cart<br />

standing nearby. Yasoda<br />

placed the cradle under the<br />

cart and gently laid the baby<br />

in the cradle. She busied<br />

herself in serving the large<br />

number of guests who had<br />

come to her residence.<br />

The child got up after a while<br />

and started crying. But in the<br />

noise of the crowd, mother<br />

Yasoda did not hear the cry.<br />

The child became very angry<br />

and began to kick with his<br />

tiny legs. What a surprise!<br />

At the kickings of those tiny<br />

legs, the cart shook and<br />

collapsed with a great sound.<br />

The wheels separated<br />

from the axle. On the cart<br />

there were many utensils<br />

containing milk, curd and<br />

other dairy products. They all<br />

got scattered and spilt.<br />

Yasoda and the others got<br />

scared and came running<br />

to the cart. Everyone was<br />

surprised and frightened.<br />

Apparently the cart had got<br />

destroyed by itself. All the<br />

boys who witnessed the feat<br />

said with absolute certainty<br />

that the cart was destroyed<br />

by the kick of the baby. But<br />

the elders could not believe<br />

their words.<br />

Yasoda thought that<br />

probably the child might<br />

have been possessed by<br />

a ghost which in turn had<br />

broken the cart, Immediately<br />

she called some priests to<br />

chant Mantras to exorcise<br />

the ghost. But the baby<br />

was least affected by these<br />

things. He was once again<br />

playing merrily looking with<br />

his bewitching smile at<br />

everyone.<br />

The fact was that an Asura<br />

had taken the form of a cart<br />

on the advice of Kamsa. He<br />

had come to Gokula with the<br />

intention of running away<br />

with the child. But the Lord,<br />

in the form of a baby, knew<br />

everything and with a kick of<br />

his foot destroyed the cart<br />

and the Asura. The name of<br />

the Asura was Sakatasura.<br />

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HEALTHY LIVING<br />

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Healthy living<br />

is<br />

Happy living<br />

The busier you are, the harder it is to find time to take<br />

care of yourself. “Healthy living” for most people means<br />

that both physical and mental health are in balance or<br />

functioning well together in a person. Physical and mental<br />

health are closely linked and hence a change, good or bad<br />

in one, directly affects the other.<br />

Here are some valuable tips<br />

for a happy living<br />

1. Start your day with orange<br />

juice. This fends off PMS,<br />

high blood pressure and<br />

osteoporosis. It might even<br />

help you lose weight! Most<br />

calcium-fortified orange and<br />

grapefruit juices have as<br />

much calcium as milk--or<br />

more!<br />

2. People who take a daily<br />

multivitamin / mineral<br />

supplement have dramatic<br />

reductions in the risk of colon<br />

cancer and heart disease.<br />

3. The folic acid in your<br />

multivitamin / mineral<br />

supplement is almost two<br />

times more absorbable than<br />

the form of this vitamin found<br />

in food.<br />

4. Eating cereal is your<br />

easiest chance to get lots of<br />

fiber in a small package.<br />

5. Blueberries are youth<br />

berries. Even frozen<br />

blueberries are packed with<br />

antioxidants.<br />

6. Use milk in your morning<br />

coffee which fights against<br />

osteoporosis from the calcium<br />

and vitamin D in the milk.<br />

7. An apple is the handiest<br />

snack to grab when the<br />

munchies hit. Apple-aday<br />

eaters can provide<br />

better protection against air<br />

pollution.<br />

8. Nuts are rich in healthy<br />

monounsaturated fats,<br />

vitamin E, magnesium and<br />

phytochemicals, people who<br />

snack on a small handful of<br />

them four or five times a week<br />

tend to live longer.<br />

9. Whole wheat bread has<br />

fiber, important nutrients such<br />

as selenium and copper, and<br />

a treasury of other healthy<br />

ingredients.<br />

10. Look for tea that says it’s<br />

been decaffeinated with water<br />

and carbon dioxide which<br />

preserves antioxidants.<br />

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INDIAN FOOD<br />

Travancore<br />

Sambar<br />

a vegetable delicasy<br />

28<br />

Travancore sambar or Thiruvithamkoor sambar is a side dish<br />

which is made with lentils, vegetables and tamarind and is<br />

very popular in Southern Kerala. It is made with vegetables like<br />

okra, ash gourd, brinjal, drumstick, radish, carrot, pumpkin,<br />

and potatoes. It is served as a side dish for rice. It is also<br />

served as a sidedish for breakfast items like idli and dosa.<br />

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The method of making Travancore<br />

sambar or Thiruvithamkoor sambar is<br />

very easy. Cook the lentils, mix it with<br />

the cut vegetables, cook them, add<br />

tamarind paste and sambar powder<br />

and finally tempering them. And the<br />

vegetable delicasy is ready to serve.<br />

So nice, so easy than said.<br />

Ingredients<br />

toor dal / thuvaraparippu 1/2 cup<br />

turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon<br />

drumstic 1<br />

cucumber 1/4 (or around 1 1/4 cup<br />

pieces)<br />

potato 1 (medium)<br />

tomato 1<br />

tamarind extract one small<br />

gooseberry sized ball<br />

sambar powder 3/4 tablespoon (I<br />

used everest smabar powder)<br />

salt to taste<br />

asafoetida powder / kayam 1/4<br />

teaspoon<br />

For seasoning<br />

coconut oil 1 tablespoon<br />

mustard seeds 1/2 teaspoon<br />

curry leaves few<br />

shallots (sliced) 10 – 12<br />

dry red chilli 2<br />

Fenugreek seeds -1/2 tsp<br />

Red chilli -1<br />

Curry leaves - few<br />

How to prepare<br />

Wash toor dal, add it to the pressure<br />

cooker with 1 cup of water and turmeric<br />

powder and cook for 3 – 4 whistles.<br />

Transfer the dal to a bowl, add cut<br />

vegetables to it. Add 3 cups of water,<br />

mix it well. Bring it to a boil and then<br />

cook on medium flame till the veggies<br />

get cooked well.<br />

Now add tamarind extract and salt. Let<br />

it boil for some more time or till the raw<br />

smell goes off.<br />

Now add sambar powder and asafoetida<br />

powder / hing. Mix it well and let it boil<br />

for another 5 – 6 minutes. Turn off the<br />

stove.<br />

In another pan, heat coconut oil,<br />

add mustard seeds, shallots, dry red<br />

chilly, curry leaves and saute for a few<br />

seconds. Saute till sambar onion turns<br />

light brownish in color.<br />

Pour this mix over boiling sambar.<br />

Thiruvithamkoor sambar is ready to<br />

serve it with rice or along with Idly or<br />

Dosa. You can also immerse wada in<br />

this sambar and make sambar wada.<br />

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NRI PROFILE<br />

30<br />

Indian-American<br />

Nandita Bakshi<br />

Indian-American<br />

Nandita Bakshi<br />

has been<br />

appointed the<br />

President and<br />

Chief Executive<br />

Officer of Bank<br />

of the West, a<br />

unit of French<br />

banking giant<br />

BNP Paribas<br />

Ms. Bakhshi holds a Masters<br />

of Arts degree in international<br />

relations from Jadavpur<br />

University in India. She is<br />

a history graduate from<br />

University of Calcutta.<br />

“I am excited to join Bank of<br />

the West, one of America’s<br />

most reputable banks. Bank<br />

of the West is well positioned<br />

in the US market and I am<br />

thrilled at the prospect of<br />

leading an organisation<br />

with such a strong focus on<br />

customer service,” Bakhshi<br />

said in a statement.<br />

“We are pleased to welcome<br />

Nandita Bakhshi to the Bank<br />

of the West. Her extensive<br />

experience in product and<br />

distribution, coupled with her<br />

visionary thinking, relentless<br />

customer focus and valuedriven<br />

philosophy will serve<br />

us well in taking the Bank of<br />

the West to greater heights,”<br />

head of international retail<br />

banking for BNP Paribas<br />

Stefaan Decraene said.<br />

Career Profile<br />

Chief Executive Officer and<br />

President of Bank of the West<br />

since June 1, <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

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I am excited to join Bank of the West, one of<br />

America’s most reputable banks. Bank of the<br />

West is well positioned in the US market and I am<br />

thrilled at the prospect of leading an organisation<br />

with such a strong focus on customer service<br />

Prior to joining TD Bank<br />

Executive Vice President<br />

of Consumer Deposits and<br />

Payments at Washington<br />

Mutual in Seattle, now JP<br />

Morgan Chase.<br />

Held leadership positions at<br />

FleetBoston, now Bank of<br />

America<br />

First Data Corp.<br />

Executive Vice President<br />

and Head of Direct Channels<br />

at The Toronto-Dominion<br />

Bank until March <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

Head of Consumer Bank and<br />

Executive Vice President<br />

at TD Bank, N.A. since<br />

February 19, 2013.<br />

Head of Product<br />

Management at TD Bank,<br />

N.A.<br />

Managing Director of First<br />

Data Mobile Solutions since<br />

January 2005.<br />

Division Executive of<br />

Consumer Deposit Products<br />

at WMI Holdings Corp. (now<br />

known as WMIH Corp.).<br />

Executive Vice President<br />

of Consumer Deposits and<br />

Payments at FleetBoston<br />

Financial Corp since March<br />

20, 2006.<br />

Executive Vice President of<br />

Product at TD Bank, N.A.<br />

until February 19, 2013.<br />

Executive Vice President<br />

and Manager of Payments<br />

for Retail Banking Group at<br />

WMI Holdings Corp., since<br />

March 20, 2006.<br />

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NRI IMMIGRATION<br />

32<br />

U.K., rising<br />

immigration levels<br />

have galvanized Brexit<br />

Rising immigration has been fueling anti-EU sentiment in<br />

the U.K., just as similar concerns have fostered frustration<br />

with political elites in the U.S. and across Europe. Rising<br />

immigration levels have galvanized the debate about the<br />

country’s ties to the Continent.<br />

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Britons are uncomfortable<br />

about the rise in immigration<br />

and blame the European<br />

Union membership for<br />

allowing unfettered arrivals<br />

from Europe. Others see the<br />

issue as an indication that<br />

Brussels has too much say<br />

over the Britain in general,<br />

that the EU is unaccountable<br />

and that membership, at £8<br />

billion a year ($11.6 billion), is<br />

too costly.<br />

There are good ways of<br />

controlling migration, and<br />

one of them is the important<br />

rules we’re bringing in so<br />

people don’t get instant access<br />

to our welfare system<br />

Under EU rules, anyone from<br />

the bloc can live and work<br />

in any EU member state.<br />

Those lobbying for Britain’s<br />

exit say that is the only way<br />

the country can control its<br />

borders.<br />

Immigration in the U.K. has<br />

risen sharply over the past<br />

decade or so, particularly<br />

in the wake of the EU’s<br />

expansion eastward to<br />

include countries such<br />

as Poland, Lithuania and<br />

Romania. Its relatively strong<br />

economic performance has<br />

drawn many EU citizens<br />

looking to escape the<br />

sluggishness that has beset<br />

the wider region.<br />

Boston, a medieval town<br />

some 110 miles north of<br />

London, has seen the biggest<br />

percentage of increase in<br />

immigrants between 2001 and<br />

2011 of anywhere in England<br />

and Wales, with numbers<br />

increasing nearly sixfold since<br />

the early 2000s, according<br />

to Migration Observatory, an<br />

independent analysis center<br />

at the University of Oxford.<br />

Immigration critics say that it<br />

is contributing to the erosion<br />

of British traditions, values<br />

and way of life, while placing<br />

pressure on Britain’s public<br />

resources and infrastructure.<br />

“There are good ways of<br />

controlling migration, and one<br />

of them is the important rules<br />

we’re bringing in so people<br />

don’t get instant access to our<br />

welfare system,” Mr. Cameron<br />

said in Parliament. “But there<br />

are bad ways of controlling<br />

immigration. Leaving the<br />

single market and wrecking<br />

our economy is certainly one<br />

of them.”<br />

“Immigration is a powerful<br />

symbol of our lack of<br />

control,” says Boris Johnson,<br />

London’s former mayor and<br />

the most prominent politician<br />

campaigning for the U.K. to<br />

leave the EU. “It shows just<br />

how much we’ve abdicated<br />

our ability to run the country.”<br />

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WORLD NEWS<br />

50 killed<br />

and another 53 injured<br />

in Orlando shooting<br />

34<br />

On June 12, <strong>2016</strong>, a mass shooting attack occurred<br />

inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida,<br />

United States. Fifty people died including the<br />

gunman, who was killed by Orlando police after a<br />

three-hour standoff.<br />

An additional 53 people were<br />

injured. It was the deadliest<br />

mass shooting by a single<br />

gunman and the deadliest<br />

incident of violence against<br />

LGBT people in the history of<br />

U.S. and also the deadliest<br />

terrorist attack in the U.S.<br />

since the September 11<br />

attacks in 2001.<br />

The assailant was identified<br />

as a 29-year-old Omar<br />

Mateen, an American<br />

born to parents of Afghan<br />

background. Witnesses said<br />

that he was a regular patron<br />

of the nightclub and some<br />

said that he had used gay<br />

dating websites in the past.<br />

In a 911 call shortly after<br />

the attack began, he swore<br />

allegiance to the Islamic<br />

State of Iraq and the Levant<br />

(ISIL).<br />

After arriving at the club<br />

by van, Omar Mateen<br />

approached the building<br />

on foot, armed with a SIG<br />

Sauer MCX semi-automatic<br />

rifle and a 9mm Glock 17<br />

handgun. A uniformed<br />

Orlando Police Department<br />

(OPD) officer working extra<br />

duty engaged Mateen, by<br />

returning fire at 2:02 a.m.<br />

Mateen was able to enter the<br />

building and began shooting<br />

the patrons. The officer was<br />

soon joined by two additional<br />

officers who has also began<br />

engaging Mateen. Mateen<br />

then retreated further into<br />

the nightclub and began to<br />

take patrons as hostage.<br />

About 100 officers from the<br />

OPD and the Orange County<br />

Sheriff’s Office were first<br />

dispatched to the scene.<br />

At 2:22 a.m., Mateen made<br />

a 911 call in which he<br />

expressed sympathy for<br />

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Tamerlan and Dzhokhar<br />

Tsarnaev, the Boston<br />

Marathon bombers and<br />

made a reference to Moner<br />

Mohammad Abu Salha,<br />

an acquaintance of him,<br />

who had died in a suicide<br />

bombing in Syria in 2014.<br />

Mateen said he was inspired<br />

by Abu Salha’s death for the<br />

Al-Nusra Front and despite<br />

their being at war with ISIL,<br />

claimed allegiance to the<br />

latter organization. According<br />

to Federal Bureau of<br />

Investigation (FBI) officials,<br />

Mateen made two other 911<br />

calls during the shooting.<br />

At 2:45 a.m., Mateen called<br />

News 13 of Orlando and<br />

said, “I am the shooter.” He<br />

then claimed his attack is<br />

for the Islamic State and<br />

began speaking rapidly in<br />

Arabic. Around 4:00 a.m.,<br />

Mateen texted his wife,<br />

Noor Salman, asking her if<br />

she had seen the news. At<br />

around 5:00 a.m., SWAT<br />

offi cers entered the building<br />

by driving an armored<br />

vehicle through a wall and<br />

then used two flash-bangs<br />

to distract Mateen. Mateen<br />

was shot and killed in the<br />

gunfi ght, which involved<br />

eleven offi cers.<br />

“<br />

At 2:22 a.m.,<br />

Mateen made a 911<br />

call in which he<br />

expressed sympathy<br />

for Tamerlan and<br />

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,<br />

the Boston Marathon<br />

bombers and made<br />

a reference to<br />

Moner Mohammad<br />

Abu Salha, an<br />

acquaintance of him,<br />

who had died in a<br />

suicide bombing in<br />

Syria in 2014.<br />

“<br />

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DESI NEWS<br />

Prime Minister<br />

Narendra Modi’s<br />

5 Nation visit<br />

36<br />

The nutshell of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 5<br />

nation tour is a 140-hour long trip covering five<br />

nations including the US, 45-plus engagements<br />

over five days and flying for nearly 44 hours, bulk<br />

of it at night, to cover nearly 33,000 kilometers.<br />

UThe new thumb rule dictated by<br />

Modi in his recent trips is - not<br />

staying the night in a foreign land<br />

if no engagement is scheduled<br />

in that country the next day<br />

and rather use the night for air<br />

travel to the next destination for<br />

achieving shorter trips.<br />

“5 countries, 45-plus meetings...<br />

be it here or at home, I am doing<br />

country’s work,” Modi said at a<br />

community event in Doha.<br />

“At about 8-9 engagements<br />

tightly packed back-to-back into<br />

each day, these are the busiest<br />

PM foreign trips,” a senior Prime<br />

Minister’s office functionary said.<br />

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The PM had the maximum engagements - 16 at<br />

last count - in the US in the 48 hours he spends<br />

in Washington. This included the important<br />

meeting with US President Barack Obama, address<br />

to the Joint Session of the US Congress, a<br />

Congressional reception and meeting,<br />

“Late night arrival is<br />

followed by an early<br />

morning engagement,”<br />

MEA spokesperson Vikas<br />

Swaroop said. On Modi’s<br />

arrival in Geneva at around<br />

3 AM Switzerland time and<br />

meeting with the Swiss<br />

President Schneider-<br />

Ammann eight hours later<br />

on Monday. “In under half a<br />

day, PM completes visit and<br />

emplanes for Washington<br />

D.C,” Swaroop tweeted later.<br />

Senior Government<br />

officials said that checkin<br />

baggage of the entire<br />

Indian delegation did not<br />

come off the PM’s plane in<br />

Afghanistan and Switzerland,<br />

and had not in Mexico as<br />

well.<br />

The PM had the maximum<br />

engagements - 16 at last<br />

count - in the US in the<br />

48 hours he spends in<br />

Washington. This included<br />

the important meeting<br />

with US President Barack<br />

Obama, address to the Joint<br />

Session of the US Congress,<br />

a Congressional reception<br />

and meeting, community<br />

reception, a round-table with<br />

US business leaders and an<br />

interaction with think-tanks.<br />

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IN BUSINESS<br />

38<br />

Registration of<br />

NBFCs<br />

made easy<br />

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has simplified the process<br />

of registration of new non-banking finance companies<br />

(NBFCs) by reducing the application form and the checklist of<br />

documents from the existing set of 45 documents to just seven<br />

and in some cases eight.<br />

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Deposit taking and nondeposit<br />

taking NBFCs would<br />

have separate applications<br />

forms so that the registrations<br />

can be expedited faster.<br />

RBI statement said that, “This<br />

is being done so that the<br />

registration of new NBFCs<br />

would be smoother and<br />

hassle-free. The RBI, may, if<br />

necessary, call for any further<br />

documents to satisfy itself on<br />

the eligibility of the company<br />

seeking registration as NBFC.<br />

In the event of the RBI calling<br />

for further documents, the<br />

applicant must respond<br />

within a stipulated time of one<br />

month.”<br />

“As these companies will not<br />

have access to public fund<br />

and will not have customer<br />

interface, they will be<br />

subjected to less intensive<br />

scrutiny or due diligence,” RBI<br />

said in a note.<br />

“This has been done to make<br />

the process of registration of<br />

new Non Banking Financial<br />

Companies (NBFCs)<br />

“smoother and hassle free””,<br />

RBI said. “Secondly, from now<br />

onwards, there would be two<br />

different types of applications<br />

for non-deposit taking<br />

NBFCs (NBFC-ND) based<br />

on Sources of Funds and<br />

Customer Interface,” it added.<br />

The processing applications<br />

of non-deposit taking NBFCs<br />

would be on the fast-track<br />

mode, as these companies<br />

will not have access to<br />

public fund and will not have<br />

customer interface. They will<br />

be subjected to less intensive<br />

scrutiny and due diligence.<br />

The scrutiny for the deposit<br />

taking NBFCs and those who<br />

have a customer interface<br />

would be more elaborate and<br />

hence require a separate<br />

application form.<br />

RBI has been converging<br />

regulations for NBFCs on<br />

the lines of its banking<br />

sector rules as the difference<br />

between the NBFCs and the<br />

banks get blurred. NBFCs<br />

like banks are now into<br />

infrastructure financing and<br />

housing financing, agriculture<br />

financing and meeting<br />

the funding needs of the<br />

micro, small and medium<br />

enterprises. The changes<br />

in the registration process<br />

of NBFCs is in line with the<br />

announcement made in the<br />

first bi-monthly monetary<br />

policy statement, <strong>2016</strong>-17 of<br />

simplifying procedures for the<br />

sector.<br />

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INFOCUS<br />

40<br />

Noise around the exit of<br />

RBI Governor<br />

Raghuram Rajan<br />

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Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan<br />

has chosen the best and most dignified way out<br />

of a situation that was getting increasingly ugly<br />

by declaring that he will not seek a second term<br />

after his first ends in September. Over the last<br />

few months, his ‘extension’ became the subject of<br />

fevered speculation.<br />

The complaints against<br />

Mr. Rajan varied — they<br />

included the relatively trifling<br />

(his choice of words and<br />

plain-speaking ways), the<br />

debatable but substantive<br />

(his unwillingness to lower<br />

interest rates despite stable<br />

macro-economic indicators),<br />

and the indisputably<br />

ridiculous (his alleged lack of<br />

commitment to India).<br />

Rajan earned encomiums<br />

for his views on several<br />

occasions from international<br />

audiences, but he did not<br />

enjoy the same reception<br />

very often back home in<br />

India.<br />

The Centre’s uneasiness<br />

stemmed from what it<br />

believed was an important<br />

reason for the economy<br />

not taking off as fast as it<br />

could have. The slow pace<br />

of interest rate cuts, a result<br />

of what Mr. Rajan saw as<br />

fresh or rising inflationary<br />

pressures, is on that list.<br />

The central bank’s<br />

crackdown on the<br />

evergreening of loans,<br />

forcing banks to<br />

acknowledge the bad loans<br />

rather than throw more<br />

good money after bad, has<br />

led to record losses across<br />

the public sector banking<br />

system. This has been<br />

another source of friction.<br />

The Centre must remember<br />

that the central bank, by<br />

its very remit, is concerned<br />

about inflation and that the<br />

country needs a Governor<br />

with enough independence<br />

and authority to maintain<br />

a balance between the<br />

aspirations for the growth<br />

and concern about rising<br />

prices. It is also imperative<br />

that the new central bank<br />

chief should have a free<br />

hand in charting a course to<br />

fix bank’s books so that they<br />

can begin lending again.<br />

Mr. Rajan himself have<br />

said that, if the two always<br />

agreed, the public should be<br />

very worried.<br />

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FREEDOM INDIAN FREEDOM FIGHTERFIGHTERS<br />

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Jhansi ki Rani<br />

Lakshmibai<br />

Most courageous of all Indian Freedom fighters<br />

The Indian freedom struggle against the<br />

colonial British powers created heroes; men<br />

and women who have definitively have rewritten<br />

the history of India.<br />

The Rani of Jhansi – Rani<br />

Lakshmi Bai was one such.<br />

Born on November 19 in<br />

1828, her bravery, patriotism<br />

and martial prowess has<br />

inspired folklore and she has<br />

been remembered in history<br />

as a devoted mother and a<br />

relentless warrior.<br />

Lakshmibai was born on<br />

19 November 1828 in the<br />

holy town of Varanasi into<br />

a Marathi Brahmin family.<br />

She was named Manikarnika<br />

and was nicknamed Manu.<br />

Her father was Moropant<br />

Tambe and her mother<br />

Bhagirathi Sapre (Bhagirathi<br />

Bai). Her parents came from<br />

Maharashtra. Her mother<br />

died when she was four.<br />

Her father worked for a<br />

court for Peshwa of Bithoor<br />

district, who brought up<br />

Manikarnika like his own<br />

daughter. The Peshwa called<br />

her “Chhabili”, which means<br />

“playful”. She was educated<br />

at home and was more<br />

independent in her childhood<br />

than others of her age, her<br />

studies included shooting,<br />

horsemanship, and fencing.<br />

Manikarnika was married<br />

to the Maharaja of Jhansi,<br />

Raja Gangadhar Rao<br />

Newalkar, in May 1842<br />

and was afterwards called<br />

Lakshmibai (or Laxmibai) in<br />

honour of the Hindu goddess<br />

Lakshmi. She gave birth to a<br />

boy, later named Damodar<br />

Rao, in 1851, who died after<br />

four months. The Maharaja<br />

adopted a child called Anand<br />

Rao, the son of Gangadhar<br />

Rao’s cousin, who was<br />

renamed Damodar Rao, on<br />

the day before the Maharaja<br />

died.<br />

Since Damodar Rao was<br />

adopted, the British East<br />

India Company, under<br />

Governor-General Lord<br />

Dalhousie, applied the<br />

Doctrine of Lapse, rejecting<br />

Damodar Rao’s claim to<br />

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INDIAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS<br />

the throne and annexing<br />

the state to its territories.<br />

In March 1854, Lakshmibai<br />

was given Rs. 60,000 and an<br />

annual pension of Rs.5000<br />

and ordered to leave the<br />

palace and the fort. Laxmibai<br />

was firm about protecting the<br />

state of Jhansi.<br />

44<br />

Rani of Jhansi was<br />

determined not to give up<br />

Jhansi. She strengthened<br />

its defences and assembled<br />

a volunteer army. Women<br />

were also given military<br />

training. Rani’s forces were<br />

joined by warriors including<br />

Gulam Gaus Khan, Dost<br />

Khan, Khuda Baksh, Lala<br />

Bhau Bakshi, Moti Bai,<br />

Sunder-Mundar, Kashi Bai,<br />

Deewan Raghunath Singh<br />

and Deewan Jawahar Singh.<br />

Rani of Jhansi repeatedly<br />

demonstrated that she<br />

was able to swiftly and<br />

efficiently lead her troops<br />

against skirmishes breaking<br />

out in Jhansi. Through this<br />

leadership Lakshmi Bai was<br />

able to keep Jhansi relatively<br />

calm and peaceful in the<br />

midst of the Empire’s unrest.<br />

British troops arrived under<br />

Sir Hugh Rose and laid siege<br />

to Jhansi on 23rd March<br />

1858. Rani of Jhansi along<br />

with her faithful warriors<br />

decided not to surrender.<br />

The fighting continued for<br />

about two weeks. Shelling on<br />

Jhansi was very fierce. In the<br />

Jhansi army women were<br />

also carrying ammunition<br />

and were supplying food to<br />

the soldiers. Rani Lakshmi<br />

Bai herself was inspecting<br />

the defense of the city. She<br />

rallied her troops around her<br />

and fought fiercely against<br />

the British. An army of<br />

20,000, headed by the rebel<br />

leader Tatya Tope, was sent<br />

to relieve Jhansi and to take<br />

Lakshmi Bai to freedom. The<br />

British, though numbering<br />

only 1,540 in the field, were<br />

better trained and disciplined<br />

than the “raw recruits” and<br />

these inexperienced soldiers<br />

turned and fled shortly after<br />

the British began to attack on<br />

the 31st March.<br />

Lakshmi Bai’s forces could<br />

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not hold out and three days<br />

later the British were able<br />

to breach the city walls and<br />

capture the city. Yet Lakshmi<br />

Bai escaped over the wall at<br />

night and fled from the city,<br />

surrounded by her guards,<br />

many of whom were from her<br />

women’s military.<br />

Along with the young<br />

Damodar Rao, Rani<br />

Rani Lakshmi<br />

Bai herself<br />

was inspecting<br />

the defense<br />

of the city.<br />

She rallied<br />

her troops<br />

around her<br />

and fought<br />

fiercely<br />

against the<br />

British. An<br />

army of<br />

20,000, headed<br />

by the rebel<br />

leader Tatya<br />

Tope, was sent<br />

to relieve<br />

Jhansi and to<br />

take Lakshmi<br />

Bai to freedom.<br />

decamped to Kalpi along<br />

with her forces where she<br />

joined other rebel forces,<br />

including those of Tatya<br />

Tope. Rani and Tatya Tope<br />

moved on to Gwalior, where<br />

the combined rebel forces<br />

defeated the army of the<br />

Maharaja of Gwalior after his<br />

armies deserted to the rebel<br />

forces. They then occupied<br />

the strategic fort at Gwalior.<br />

However, on the second day<br />

of fighting, on 18 June 1858,<br />

Rani died.<br />

She died on 18 June, 1858<br />

during the battle for Gwalior<br />

with 8th Hussars that took<br />

place in Kotah-Ki-Serai<br />

near Phool Bagh area<br />

of Gwalior. She donned<br />

warrior’s clothes and rode<br />

into battle to save Gwalior<br />

Fort, about 120 miles west<br />

of Lucknow. General Sir<br />

Hugh Rose commented<br />

that the rani “remarkable for<br />

her beauty, cleverness and<br />

perseverance” had been “the<br />

most dangerous of all the<br />

rebel leaders”.<br />

Because of her bravery,<br />

courage and wisdom and<br />

her progressive views on<br />

women’s empowerment<br />

in 19th century India and<br />

due to her sacrifices, she<br />

became an icon of Indian<br />

independence movement.<br />

Rani was memorialized<br />

in bronze statues at both<br />

Jhansi and Gwalior, both<br />

of which portray her on<br />

horseback. Rani Lakshmi<br />

Bai became a national<br />

heroine and was seen as the<br />

epitome of female bravery in<br />

India.<br />

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INDIAN YOGA<br />

46<br />

Best for meditation<br />

Padmasana<br />

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Padmasana or the Lotus<br />

Pose is an important<br />

meditative asana. In<br />

Padmasana, the legs are<br />

locked together and the<br />

lower body is absolutely<br />

stable. The back and spine<br />

will be straight. This is<br />

perfect for longer periods of<br />

meditation as the body can<br />

be held motionless, with<br />

least distractions. Relaxation<br />

and concentration play an<br />

important role performing<br />

Yog Asanas. Padmasana is<br />

the most easy and suitable<br />

asana for contemplation and<br />

meditation.<br />

The word Padmasana is a<br />

Sanskrit word which means<br />

“lotus flower” so it’s also<br />

known as the “Lotus pose”.<br />

It is so called because of the<br />

lotus- like formation which<br />

made by our legs during this<br />

asana. Padmasana provides<br />

a good workout and is good<br />

for your mind and breathing,<br />

conditions the body and core<br />

and increases flexibility.<br />

If you want to build strength,<br />

muscles need to be<br />

challenged to their max and<br />

while yoga can be strenuous,<br />

it has its limits. Although<br />

using only your body weight<br />

can be challenging when you<br />

first start doing Padmasana<br />

and your muscles quickly<br />

adapt, so the benefits<br />

diminish over time. A regular<br />

practice of this posture aids<br />

in overall blossoming of<br />

the practitioner, just like a<br />

lotus and hence the name<br />

Padmasana.<br />

How to do<br />

1. Sit on the floor<br />

comfortably. Assume the<br />

simple cross legged pose<br />

where the legs are folded.<br />

2. Lift the left leg and place it<br />

on the right thigh.<br />

3. Lift the right leg and place<br />

it over the left leg. The knees<br />

must touch the floor.<br />

4. Pull and adjust the legs<br />

so that soul of the feet face<br />

upwards and the heels are<br />

tucked in at the waist level<br />

near the pelvic bone.<br />

5. Make the spine straight,<br />

broaden your chest (to avoid<br />

stooping) and place the<br />

hands in the gap between the<br />

feet.<br />

6. Place the left palm over<br />

the right palm.<br />

7. Relax the muscles in the<br />

abdomen and chest.<br />

8. The shoulders should be<br />

absolutely relaxed.<br />

9. Breathe slowly and deeply.<br />

10. Maintain this position for<br />

as long as comfortable.<br />

11. Once you have crossed<br />

your threshold of pain,<br />

slowly release the legs and<br />

massage them gently, till the<br />

ache is gone.<br />

Benefits<br />

12. Padmasana is considered<br />

one of the best asanas for<br />

meditation.<br />

13. Awareness of the<br />

breathing process helps to<br />

steady the mind.<br />

14. The spine is kept straight<br />

and this helps to channel<br />

the energy from the lower<br />

spiritual centers or chakras<br />

upwards towards Sahasrara<br />

chakra.<br />

15. The erect spine aids the<br />

free flow of prana along the<br />

spinal cord.<br />

16. Padmasana can tone the<br />

coccygeal and sacral nerves<br />

as the blood flow to the legs<br />

are restricted and redirected<br />

to the abdominal region.<br />

17. Improve digestion.<br />

18. Sitting in Padmasana<br />

can relieve many metal and<br />

emotional problems.<br />

19. Excellent asana for<br />

practicing advanced<br />

pranayama techniques.<br />

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LIFE STYLE<br />

Living a healthy<br />

lifestyle<br />

48<br />

Better lifestyle comes with good and healthy food.<br />

Consumption of healthy food which can support<br />

the life style is very important. Engagements<br />

often make people to take shortcuts and endup in<br />

unhealthy food<br />

All humans have to eat food for<br />

growth and maintenance of a<br />

healthy body, but we humans<br />

have many different requirements<br />

as infants, children (kids),<br />

teenagers, young adults, adults<br />

and seniors. Infants may require<br />

feeding every four hours until they<br />

gradually age and begin to take<br />

in more solid foods. Eventually<br />

they develop into the more normal<br />

pattern of eating three times per<br />

day as young kids.<br />

Kids, teenagers, and young adults<br />

often snack between meals.<br />

Snacking is often not limited<br />

to these age groups because<br />

adults and seniors too often do<br />

the same. Hence, food plays<br />

an important role in a healthy<br />

lifestyle.<br />

Below are some of the tips which<br />

can help in having a healthy<br />

lifestyle.<br />

1. Eat three meals a day<br />

(breakfast, lunch, and dinner).<br />

2. Consume fruits, vegetables,<br />

whole grains, and fat-free or lowfat<br />

milk products.<br />

3. Choose lean meats, poultry,<br />

fish, beans, eggs, and nuts.<br />

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Diet drinks may not be a<br />

good choice as they<br />

make some people<br />

hungrier and increase<br />

food consumption.<br />

50<br />

4. Choose foods that are low<br />

in saturated fats, trans fats,<br />

cholesterol, salt (sodium), and<br />

added sugars.<br />

5. Control portion sizes; eat<br />

the smallest portion that can<br />

satisfy hunger.<br />

6. Snacks are OK and<br />

should consist of items like<br />

fruit, whole grains or nuts to<br />

satisfy hunger and not cause<br />

excessive weight gain.<br />

problems worse.<br />

11. Avoid rewarding children<br />

with sugary snacks, such a<br />

pattern may become a lifelong<br />

habit.<br />

12. Avoid heavy meals in the<br />

summer months, especially<br />

during hot days.<br />

13. Vegetarian lifestyle has<br />

been promoted for a healthy<br />

lifestyle and weight loss.<br />

7. Avoid sodas and sugarenhanced<br />

drinks.<br />

8. Diet drinks may not be a<br />

good choice as they make<br />

some people hungrier and<br />

increase food consumption.<br />

9. Avoid eating a large meal<br />

before sleeping to decrease<br />

gastroesophageal reflux and<br />

weight gain.<br />

14. Cooking foods (above<br />

165 F) destroys most harmful<br />

bacteria and other pathogens<br />

15. Choose to eat uncooked<br />

foods like fruits or vegetables.<br />

16. Avoid eating raw or<br />

undercooked meats of any<br />

type.<br />

10. If a person is angry or<br />

depressed, eating will not<br />

solve these situations and<br />

may make the underlying<br />

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RELATIONSHIP<br />

Enjoying<br />

Relationship<br />

52<br />

Relationships are hard. Finding somebody you want<br />

to spend time with can be difficult enough, but once<br />

that happens, you’ve got to deal with the task of<br />

maintaining the relationship, keeping things fresh,<br />

finding time for each other, and generally just coming<br />

up with ways to navigate the tricky ups and downs<br />

every partnership faces.<br />

It might sound obvious, but when<br />

you really allow yourself to listen<br />

and ask questions about what<br />

your partner says, it leads to<br />

better conversations and better<br />

communication.<br />

One of the biggest relationship<br />

tips is to give your undivided<br />

attention, when your partner is<br />

speaking. It’s is one of the most<br />

important things you have to do<br />

for a successful relationship.<br />

Take a step back and figure<br />

out the big things about your<br />

partner, that truly bother you and<br />

approach them from a place of<br />

concern and support.<br />

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Think of your relationship as a creative<br />

challenge. To keep the romance fresh and spicy<br />

come up with new date ideas, new sex positions<br />

and new ways to demonstrate your love.<br />

No relationship can be<br />

successful if you don’t feel<br />

good about yourself, both<br />

inside and out.<br />

Help each other with chores<br />

and other necessary activities<br />

like cooking, cleaning, reorganizing,<br />

etc. Not doing<br />

them when you live together<br />

can create tension and<br />

always doing them can create<br />

unfair expectations. Act as<br />

team of equals.<br />

Sometimes bad days and<br />

bad moods can happen.<br />

Don’t go crazy trying to<br />

make everything better. Just<br />

be supportive and loving,<br />

because just being there at<br />

the end of a bad day can<br />

make it better for both of you.<br />

Creating small rituals can<br />

really help to hold up a couple<br />

because, they become<br />

“your thing.” Whether it’s a<br />

fancy night out during the<br />

holiday season or watching<br />

a certain show, these are the<br />

things that will give you both<br />

something to look forward<br />

to and it’ll bring you closer<br />

together.<br />

Say things that you want to<br />

follow through with, out loud.<br />

It’ll make you work harder to<br />

make them happen. Having<br />

and setting the levels of<br />

reasonable expectations for<br />

your relationship is a healthy<br />

way to keep it strong.<br />

Think of your relationship as<br />

a creative challenge. To keep<br />

the romance fresh and spicy<br />

come up with new date ideas,<br />

new sex positions and new<br />

ways to demonstrate your<br />

love.<br />

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LOVE & ROMANCE<br />

Romance<br />

How to<br />

keep it going<br />

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Romance is the perfect chemistry between two<br />

individuals. It is soft and emotional. A perfect<br />

romance can spice-up the relationship. Lack of<br />

mutual understanding is the main spoiler in a<br />

romantic relationship. There are many things to be<br />

considered for a successful and memorable romance.<br />

There are even funny ways to lure your partner.<br />

Consider these funny<br />

romantic tips for an<br />

enjoyable romance.<br />

1. Give your lover a dozen<br />

roses, with a creative twist.<br />

Give eleven red roses and one<br />

white rose. Attach a note that<br />

reads: “In every bunch there’s<br />

one which stands out and you<br />

are that one.”<br />

2. Get your partner a<br />

wristwatchand inscribe in it - “I<br />

always have time for you.”<br />

3. Attach a $100 bill or giftcard<br />

to a Victoria’s Secret catalog,<br />

along with a note to him saying,<br />

“You choose.”<br />

4. Identify that one pivotal event<br />

that brought the two of you<br />

together. Celebrate that event<br />

every year.<br />

5. Practice even-day / odd-day<br />

romance: On even days it’s<br />

your turn to be romantic and<br />

on odd days it’s your partner’s<br />

turn.<br />

6. After a bubble bath you’ve<br />

prepared for her, wrap her in a<br />

towel that you’ve warmed up in<br />

the dryer.<br />

7. Write your partner a love letter<br />

or poem on one sheet of paper.<br />

Glue it to thin cardboard, cut it<br />

up into puzzle-shaped pieces,<br />

then mail all the pieces. Or, mail<br />

one puzzle piece per day!<br />

8. Collect all the paper strips<br />

(that say “Kisses”) from a couple<br />

hundred Hershey’s Kisses. Fill<br />

a jewelry box with them. Wrap<br />

them up and present it to your<br />

partner. Write a note informing<br />

that the slips are redeemable<br />

coupons.<br />

9. Trophy shops have a wealth<br />

of ideas waiting for you. Just<br />

think of the romantic possibilities<br />

of plaques, medals, ribbons,<br />

nameplates, certificates and<br />

banners. they all can be<br />

personalized, engraved, lettered<br />

or monogrammed and present to<br />

your sweet heart.<br />

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Ayodhya<br />

Birth place of Maryadha<br />

Purushotham SriRam<br />

Ayodhya is an ancient city of India,<br />

the old capital of Awadh, in the Faizabad district<br />

of Uttar Pradesh, India. Ayodhya is the birth place<br />

of Lord Sriram and the capital of the ancient<br />

Kosala Kingdom. Ayodhya is situated on the<br />

right bank of the river Sarayu, 555 km east of<br />

New Delhi., just 6 km from Faizabad. Ayodhya is a<br />

popular pilgrim centre.<br />

Ayodhya is pre-eminently a<br />

city of temples yet, all places<br />

of worship here are not only<br />

of Hindu religion. At Ayodhya<br />

several religions have grown and<br />

prospered simultaneously, at<br />

different periods of time. Remnants<br />

of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism<br />

and Islam can still be found in<br />

Ayodhya. According to Jain<br />

tradition, five Tirthankaras were<br />

born at Ayodhya, including Adinath<br />

(Rishabhadeva) the 1st Tirthankar.<br />

The Brahmanda Purana considers<br />

Ayodhya as one of the six holiest<br />

cities in Hinduism.<br />

History<br />

The name Ayodhya comes<br />

from the Sanskrit word “yudh”,<br />

meaning “fight” or “wage war,”<br />

and it translates to either “not<br />

to be fought” or, less literally,<br />

“unconquerable.” During the<br />

time of Gautama Buddha the city<br />

was called Ayojjha in Pali and<br />

Ayodhya in Sanskrit.<br />

In the first few centuries of the<br />

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Common Era it was called<br />

Saketa and was conquered by<br />

the Kushan / Yuezhi Emperor<br />

Kanishka in 127 CE, who<br />

made it the administrative<br />

centre of his eastern<br />

territories. The name occurs<br />

again in Faxian in the early<br />

5th century. It is not clear<br />

when the name changed, but<br />

by the time of the visit of the<br />

Chinese pilgrim monk, Huan<br />

Tsang, in 636 CE, it was<br />

known as Ayodhya.<br />

Buddhist temples, monuments<br />

and centers of learning having<br />

been established here during<br />

the age of the Mauryan<br />

Empire and the Gupta<br />

Dynasty. Ayodhya reached<br />

its glorious peak as known to<br />

history during the reign of the<br />

Guptas over India. This city<br />

was also a signifi cant trade<br />

centre in 600 BC. Historians<br />

have identifi ed this place as<br />

Saketa, a key Buddhist centre<br />

during the 5th century BC.<br />

It is a widely held belief that<br />

Buddha visited Ayodhya on<br />

several occasions.<br />

Ayodhya<br />

is closely<br />

associated with<br />

Lord Rama,<br />

the seventh<br />

incarnation of<br />

Lord Vishnu.<br />

The ancient<br />

city of Ayodhya,<br />

according to<br />

the Ramayana,<br />

was founded<br />

by Manu, the<br />

law-giver of the<br />

Hindus.<br />

Ayodhya has a historical<br />

signifi cance for the Jain<br />

community too. This is the<br />

birth place of two important<br />

Jain Tirthankaras who<br />

were born in the early<br />

centuries CE. Jain texts<br />

also stand testimony to the<br />

visit of Mahavir, Jainism’s<br />

last Tirthankar to this city.<br />

Ayodhya is also the birth place<br />

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of five Tirthankars, including<br />

the first Tirthankar of Jainism,<br />

Shri Rishabh Dev. He is<br />

known as the father of the Jain<br />

religion.<br />

Bhagwan Swaminarayan,<br />

founder of the Swaminarayan<br />

Sect of Hinduism lived here<br />

during his childhood years.<br />

It was from Ayodhya that<br />

Bhagwan Swaminarayan<br />

started his seven year journey<br />

across India as a ‘Neelkanth’.<br />

Under Mughal rule, it was the<br />

seat of the governor of Awadh,<br />

and later during the British Raj<br />

the city was known as Ajodhya<br />

or Ajodhia and was part of the<br />

United Provinces of Agra and<br />

Oudh. When Muslim rulers<br />

established around the city<br />

under Mohammed of Ghor, it<br />

lost its strategic and economic<br />

importance to Lucknow and<br />

Kanpur.<br />

Saadat Ali Khan, Nawab<br />

of Awadh, bestowed the<br />

Riyasat of Ayodhya on his<br />

loyal Brahmin soldier Dwijdeo<br />

Mishra of the Kasyapa gotra,<br />

for quelling revenue rebels in<br />

Mehendauna in Eastern UP.<br />

The Hanumangarhi temple<br />

at Ayodhya was built by the<br />

Nawab of Awadh.<br />

Ayodhya was annexed in 1856<br />

by the British rulers. Between<br />

1857 and 1859, this place<br />

was one of the main centers<br />

where the sparks of the first<br />

war of Indian Independence<br />

originated. These sparks<br />

later led to a nationwide<br />

revolt of the Indian soldiers in<br />

opposition to the British East<br />

India Company that began in<br />

Calcutta.<br />

Legends<br />

Ayodhya is closely associated<br />

with Lord Rama, the seventh<br />

incarnation of Lord Vishnu.<br />

The ancient city of Ayodhya,<br />

according to the Ramayana,<br />

was founded by Manu, the<br />

law-giver of the Hindus. For<br />

centuries, it was the capital of<br />

the descendants of the Surya<br />

dynasty of which Lord Rama<br />

was the most celebrated king.<br />

Ayodhya during ancient times<br />

was known as Kosaladesa.<br />

Ayodhya is named after<br />

King Ayudh. He was the<br />

founder of this city and<br />

hence the name Ayodhya. It<br />

has been mentioned in the<br />

ancient Hindu scriptures that<br />

King Ayudh was one of the<br />

forefathers of Lord Rama. The<br />

same Raghuvanshi dynasty<br />

had the great king Raja<br />

Harischandra.<br />

The illustrious Ikshvaku of<br />

the solar clan (Suryavansha)<br />

was the ruling dynasty of<br />

this region. According to<br />

tradition, Ikshvakus was the<br />

eldest son of Vaivasvata<br />

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Manu, who established<br />

himself at Ayodhya. The earth<br />

is said to have derived its<br />

name `Prithivi’ from Prithu,<br />

the 6th king of the line. A<br />

few generations later came<br />

Mandhatri, in whose line the<br />

31st king was Harischandra,<br />

known widely for his love<br />

of truth. Raja Sagar of the<br />

same clan performed the<br />

Asvamedha Yajna and his<br />

great grandson Bhagiratha<br />

is reputed to have brought<br />

mother Ganga to earth by<br />

the virtue of his penance.<br />

Later in the time came the<br />

great Raghu, after whom the<br />

family came to be called as<br />

Raghuvamsa. His grandson<br />

was Raja Dasaratha, the<br />

illustrious father of Rama,<br />

with whom the glory of the<br />

Kosala dynasty reached its<br />

highest point.<br />

Saint Valmiki is said to<br />

have written his famous<br />

devotional poem Valmiki<br />

Ramayan, also called the<br />

Ramayan regarding the life<br />

of Lord Sriram. Other sages<br />

like Kamban and Tulsidas<br />

also wrote their verses of<br />

Ramayan in the praise<br />

and glory of Lord Sriram<br />

and the magnificent city of<br />

Ayodhya. Saint Tulsidas’<br />

Ramayan is popularly known<br />

as Ramacharitamanas,<br />

sings the praise and glory<br />

of Lord ‘Sriram’. It is one of<br />

the most revered scriptures<br />

of ‘Sanatana Dharma’ which<br />

speaks of idealism, selfless<br />

devotion, & piousness.<br />

This divine religious text<br />

is a source of inspiration,<br />

enlightenment & bhakti for<br />

billions across the world.<br />

Several Tamil Alwars<br />

mentions the city of Ayodhya.<br />

The opening chapters of<br />

the Ramayan recount the<br />

magnificence of the city, the<br />

glories of the monarch and the<br />

virtues, wealth and loyalty of<br />

his people.<br />

Ayodhya is also said to be<br />

the birthplace of King Bharath<br />

(The First Chakravarti King),<br />

This divine<br />

religious text<br />

is a source of<br />

inspiration,<br />

enlightenment<br />

& bhakti<br />

for billions<br />

across the<br />

world. Several<br />

Tamil Alwars<br />

mentions<br />

the city of<br />

Ayodhya.<br />

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Bahubali, Brahmi, Sundari,<br />

King Dasaratha, Acharya<br />

Padaliputrasurisvarji, King<br />

Harishchandra, Shri SriRam<br />

Achalbhrata, and the ninth<br />

Gandhara of Mahavir Swami.<br />

In Atharvaveda, this place<br />

was described as a city that<br />

was made by gods and was<br />

as prosperous as heaven<br />

itself. Skanda and some<br />

other Puranas rank Ayodhya<br />

as one of the seven most<br />

sacred cities of India.<br />

Struggles for<br />

the Holy Sriram<br />

Janmabhoomi<br />

When the Mughal invader<br />

Babur came down from<br />

Kabul in 1525, he first<br />

defeated Ibrahim Lodi at<br />

the battle of Panipat and<br />

then the Rajput King of<br />

Chittorgarh, Rana Sangram<br />

Singh at Khanwa, making<br />

pioneering use of cannon<br />

and light cavalry. After these<br />

triumphs, Babur took over a<br />

substantial part of northern<br />

India.<br />

One of his generals, Mir Baki<br />

Khan came to Ayodhya in<br />

1528 and after destroying<br />

a pre-existing temple of<br />

Lord Sriram at the site, built<br />

a Mosque. Mir Baki, after<br />

building the mosque, named<br />

it Babri Masjid.<br />

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there have been at least 76<br />

armed conflicts in which over<br />

300,000 Hindus sacrificed<br />

their lives to restore the Ram<br />

Janma Bhoomi temple.<br />

Wajid Ali Shah (1847-1857)<br />

period there were 2 battles<br />

and during British Rule (1912-<br />

1934), Hindus fought 2 armed<br />

conflicts.<br />

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During Babar’s reign (1528-<br />

1530) itself Hindus launched<br />

4 attacks in which 100,000<br />

people were killed. During<br />

Humayun’s reign (1530-<br />

1556) there were 10 separate<br />

initiatives to regain control.<br />

During Akbar’s reign (1556-<br />

1605) 20 battles were fought<br />

and in order to avoid further<br />

conflict, during the latter part<br />

of his reign Akbar allowed<br />

Hindus to build a platform<br />

known as ‘Ram Chabutra’,<br />

and to install and worship<br />

images of Ram Parivar in<br />

the Ram Janmabhoomi<br />

compound.<br />

This practice was later<br />

opposed by Aurungzeb which<br />

resulted in most battles for the<br />

control of the shrine during<br />

his reign. In Aurangzeb’s<br />

reign 30 battles were fought<br />

and one such battle was led<br />

by Guru Gobind Singh in<br />

which Aurangzeb’s army was<br />

defeated. Four years later,<br />

Aurangzeb again attacked<br />

Ayodhya and regained control<br />

after killing 10,000 Hindus.<br />

During Sahdat Ali (1798-<br />

1814) reign there were 5<br />

battles. During Nasir-uddin<br />

Haidar (1814-1837) reign<br />

3 battles were fought. In<br />

In 1751 A.D. Maratha Sardar<br />

Malhar Rao Holkar after<br />

defeating the Pathans in the<br />

plains of Ganga and Yamuna,<br />

asked Nawab Safderjang to<br />

hand over Ayodhya, Kashi<br />

and Prayag to the Peshwas.<br />

In a letter dated February 23,<br />

1756, Nanasaheb Peshwa<br />

asked Sardar Scindia to<br />

annex Ayodhya and Kashi as<br />

the handover of these holy<br />

places was already promised<br />

to Raghoba Dada by Sujauddoula.<br />

Later in 1789 A.D.<br />

Sardar MahadJi Scindia did<br />

annex Ayodhya, Mathura<br />

and Kashi, but due to his<br />

untimely demise, he was not<br />

able to restore the temples of<br />

Ram Janma Bhoomi, Krishna<br />

Janma Bhoomi and Kashi<br />

Vishweshwar back to Hindus.<br />

Joseph Tieffenthaler (1710<br />

- 1785), an Austrian Jesuit<br />

priest toured Oudh (Ayodhya)<br />

region between 1766 and<br />

1771 A.D states ‘The Emperor<br />

Aurungzeb destroyed the<br />

fortress called Ramkot and<br />

built at the same place a<br />

Mohammedan mosque with 3<br />

domes. But Hindus continued<br />

to practice their religious<br />

ceremonies in both the places<br />

(inside the 3 domed Babri<br />

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During the<br />

First War of<br />

Independence<br />

of 1857 the<br />

local Muslim<br />

leader Amir<br />

Ali persuaded<br />

the Muslims to<br />

hand over the<br />

disputed place<br />

to Hindus<br />

and jointly<br />

fight with the<br />

British.<br />

structure and the compound),<br />

knowing this to have been<br />

birth place of Rama, by<br />

going around it 3 times and<br />

prostrating on ground”.<br />

During the First War of<br />

Independence of 1857 the<br />

local Muslim leader Amir Ali<br />

persuaded the Muslims to<br />

hand over the disputed place<br />

to Hindus and jointly fight<br />

with the British. However the<br />

British won the War of 1857<br />

and Amir Ali and Hindu leader<br />

Baba Ram Charan Das were<br />

publicly hanged from a tree<br />

near the Ram Janma Bhoomi.<br />

The British subsequently put<br />

a railing wall between Babri<br />

structure and the courtyard<br />

and separated the Muslim<br />

worshipers who got the Babri<br />

structure and Hindus had no<br />

choice but to do puja outside in<br />

the courtyard.<br />

In 1934, during the armed<br />

confl ict between Hindus and<br />

Muslims the Babri structure<br />

was damaged. Since 1936,<br />

the Babri structure was an<br />

abandoned building and did<br />

not function as a community<br />

mosque for local Muslims. A<br />

report dated December 10,<br />

1949 by the Waqf inspector<br />

Mohammad Ibrahim, to the<br />

U.P. Sunni Central Board of<br />

Waqf, states that ‘due to the<br />

fear of Hindus and Sikhs, No<br />

one offered namaz in the said<br />

‘mosque’.<br />

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On December 23, 1949<br />

the image of ‘Ramalalla’<br />

appeared in the disputed<br />

structure and Hindus resumed<br />

prayers and worship inside.<br />

Since December 23, 1949<br />

there have been daily Hindu<br />

prayers and worship at the<br />

Ram Janma Bhoomi Temple.<br />

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In the 1980s Hindu<br />

organizations came together<br />

to claim the Birth place of<br />

Lord Sriram and wanted to<br />

build a grand temple. Majority<br />

of teh people across the<br />

country came together and<br />

held demonstrations and<br />

rallies to create awareness<br />

to the people. In 1992<br />

December 6, scores of<br />

Karsevaks stormed the Babri<br />

Masjid and brought down the<br />

building of shame on Hindus.<br />

That was an historic moment<br />

which is being cherished<br />

by majority of the Hindu<br />

community.<br />

Famous quotes<br />

“Mosques built after<br />

destroying temples are the<br />

sign of slavery and Muslims<br />

should hand over the same<br />

to Hindu Society” - Mahatma<br />

Gandhi in ‘Navjeevan’ dated<br />

<strong>July</strong> 17, 1937.<br />

“Hindus profess secularism<br />

because they are cowards<br />

and are afraid of Muslim<br />

In the 1980s Hindu<br />

organizations came together<br />

to claim the Birth place of<br />

Lord Sriram and wanted to<br />

build a grand temple.<br />

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countries.” - Syed<br />

Shahabuddin - Convenor of<br />

Babri Masjid Coordination<br />

Committee (BMCC) in<br />

‘Sunday’ dated March 20,<br />

1983.<br />

Places to visit<br />

Hanuman Garhi<br />

The temple is on the way to<br />

Sriram Janmabhoomi and is<br />

few metres away. A massive<br />

structure in the shape of a<br />

four sided fort with circular<br />

bastions at each corner<br />

houses a temple of Hanuman<br />

and is the most popular shrine<br />

in Ayodhya. Situated in the<br />

centre of the town, this temple<br />

is approachable by a flight of<br />

76 steps. Legend has it that<br />

Hanuman lived here in a cave<br />

and guarded the Janambhoomi<br />

or Ramkot. The main temple<br />

contains the statue of Maa<br />

Anjani, with Bal Hanuman<br />

seated on her lap. The faithful<br />

believe that all their wishes are<br />

granted with a visit to this holy<br />

shrine.<br />

Kanak Bhawan<br />

This is famous temple in<br />

Ayodhya. As per mythology<br />

it is gifted to Sita by mother<br />

Kaikai after marriage. This is a<br />

private palace of lord SitaRam.<br />

Swarg Dwar<br />

According to mythology, Lord<br />

Rama is said to have been<br />

cremated here.<br />

Mani Parbat and<br />

Sugriv Parbat<br />

The first of these ancient earth<br />

mounds is identified with a<br />

stupa built by the Emperor<br />

Ashoka, while the second<br />

is believed to be an ancient<br />

monastery.<br />

Treta ke Thakur<br />

This temple stands at the<br />

place where Rama is said<br />

to have performed the<br />

Ashvamedha Yajnya. About<br />

300 years ago the Raja of kulu<br />

built a new temple here, which<br />

was improved by Ahalyabai<br />

Holkar of Indore during 1784,<br />

at the same time the adjoining<br />

Ghats were also built. The<br />

initial idols in black sandstone<br />

were recovered from Sarayu<br />

and placed in the new temple,<br />

famous as Kaleram-ka-Mandir.<br />

Nageshwarnath<br />

Temple<br />

The temple of Nageshwarnath<br />

is said to have been<br />

established by Kush the son of<br />

Rama. Legend has it that Kush<br />

lost his armlet, while bathing in<br />

the Sarayu, which was picked<br />

up by a Nag-Kanya, who fell<br />

in love with him. As she was<br />

a devotee of Shiva, Kush<br />

erected this temple for her. It is<br />

said that this has been the only<br />

temple to have survived till<br />

the time of Vikramaditya, the<br />

rest of city had fallen into ruins<br />

and was covered by dense<br />

forests. It was by means of this<br />

temple that Vikramaditya was<br />

able to locate Ayodhya and<br />

the sites of different shrines<br />

here. The festival of Shivratri<br />

is celebrated here with great<br />

pomp and splendor.<br />

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The devotees are frequently told to<br />

refrain from standing in front of the<br />

canopy for long. A quick darshan<br />

and they are asked to move on, after<br />

accepting prasad from a pundit.<br />

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Chhoti Devkali<br />

Mandir<br />

This is the temple of goddess<br />

Ishani (Durga). As per<br />

mythology she is Kuldevi of<br />

Sita.<br />

Other places of<br />

interest<br />

Angad Tila, Shri Rama<br />

Janaki Birla Temple, Tulsi<br />

Smarak Bhawan, Ram ki<br />

Paidi, Kaleramji ka Mandir,<br />

Datuvan Kund, Janki Mahal,<br />

Gurudwara Brahma Kund,<br />

Rishabhadeo Jain Temple,<br />

Brahma Kund, Amawan<br />

Temple, Tulsi Chaura,<br />

Laxman Quila, Ram Katha<br />

Museum, Valmiki Ramayan<br />

Bhawan, are among other<br />

places of interest in Ayodhya.<br />

A visit to the most<br />

guarded temple in<br />

the country.<br />

Devotees who flock to<br />

Ayodhya are greeted by<br />

hawk-eyed security men,<br />

about 4,000 of them, deployed<br />

in every nook and corner of the<br />

disputed site. The idol of Ram,<br />

placed under a soiled canopy,<br />

is open to devotees every<br />

morning between seven and<br />

ten, and between three and<br />

six in the afternoon. Visitors<br />

have to pass through several<br />

security checkpoints before<br />

they can have a darshan of<br />

Ram lalla.<br />

The checks begin nearly half a<br />

km from the temple site. After<br />

negotiating a steel barricade,<br />

visitors are made to walk<br />

through a metal detector.<br />

The security tightens as they<br />

proceed. There are 400 men<br />

and 200 women of the CRPF,<br />

2,700 men of the Provincial<br />

Armed Constabulary and 200<br />

of the Rapid Action Force<br />

keeping vigil. A new batch of<br />

policemen arrives in Ayodhya<br />

every three months: the idea<br />

is to prevent the cops from<br />

developing a ‘bond’ with the<br />

place and its residents.<br />

Unknown to most devotees<br />

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the cops are keeping a watch<br />

on them from towers to ensure<br />

that no one breaks the security<br />

ring. They are assisted by<br />

closed-circuit television with<br />

cameras installed at vantage<br />

points. When the devotees<br />

arrive at a second metal<br />

detector they are told to<br />

deposit all their belongings.<br />

Cameras, combs, pens and<br />

even matchboxes are a nono<br />

beyond this point: visitors<br />

may keep only their wallets.<br />

As the visitors near the idol,<br />

the automatic gun-toting cops<br />

of the Central forces come<br />

into view. This is the sensitive<br />

zone: police sniffer dogs,<br />

in fact, scour the area each<br />

morning for explosives.<br />

The devotees are frequently<br />

told to refrain from standing<br />

in front of the canopy for<br />

long. A quick darshan and<br />

they are asked to move on,<br />

after accepting prasad from<br />

a pundit. After the darshan,<br />

the devotees take a circuitous<br />

route to a heavily-guarded exit,<br />

and walk past a fire tender and<br />

Home Guard contingents on<br />

the ready.<br />

Apart from these security<br />

personals the very own army<br />

of Lord Sriram is also ready to<br />

take a stroll on you. If you have<br />

anything in your hand – even<br />

prasad - beware these monkey<br />

brigade will definitely snatch<br />

from you.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

Haryanka<br />

68<br />

Dynasty<br />

The Haryanka dynasty was the second ruling dynasty of<br />

Magadha, an ancient kingdom in India, which succeeded<br />

the Barhadratha dynasty. The reign of this dynasty<br />

probably began in the middle of 6th century BCE.<br />

Initially, the capital was Rajagriha. Later, it was shifted<br />

to Pataliputra, near the present day Patna in India. The<br />

founder of this dynasty was either Bimbisara himself or<br />

his father Bhattiya.<br />

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INDIAN HISTORY<br />

According to the Buddhist<br />

text, the Mahavamsa,<br />

Bimbisara was anointed<br />

king by his father at the<br />

age of fifteen. According to<br />

George Turnour and N.L.<br />

Dey, the name of the father<br />

of Bimbisara was Bhatiya<br />

or Bhattiya, but the Puranas<br />

refer him as Hemajit,<br />

Kshemajit, Kshetroja or<br />

Ksetrauja and the Tibetan<br />

texts mention him as<br />

Mahapadma. This dynasty<br />

was succeeded by the<br />

Shishunaga dynasty.<br />

70<br />

Pradyota became king<br />

of Avanti ending the<br />

Brhadratha Dynasty and<br />

commencing the Haryanka<br />

Dynasty of Magadha. The<br />

Haryanka king Bimbsara<br />

was responsible for<br />

expanding the boundries<br />

of his kingdom through<br />

matrimonial alliances and<br />

conquest. Bimbsara was the<br />

contemporary to Buddha.<br />

Bimbsara was imprisoned<br />

and killed by his successor,<br />

Ajatasatru, under whose<br />

rule, the dynasty reached its<br />

largest extent.<br />

Ajatasatru’s son<br />

Udayabhadra succeeded<br />

Ajatasatru and ruled for<br />

the next sixteen years.<br />

He moved his capital to<br />

the bank of Ganges which<br />

was known as Pataliputra.<br />

The succession was<br />

followed by Udayabhadra’s<br />

son Anuruddha and his<br />

son Munda in the same<br />

family tradition by slaying<br />

the father. Munda’s son<br />

Nagadasaka slew his father<br />

and continued reigning<br />

through this dynasty. The<br />

citizens were angered by<br />

the rule of Haryankas and<br />

revolted against Nagadasaka<br />

and anointed Shishunaga as<br />

the king.<br />

The Haryanka dynasty<br />

founded the Magadha<br />

Empire in 684 BC, whose<br />

capital was Rajagriha,<br />

later Pataliputra. This<br />

dynasty was succeeded by<br />

the Shishunaga dynasty.<br />

There were many states of<br />

the Aryans in North India,<br />

around the 6th century B.<br />

C. These states were called<br />

the ‘Mahajanapadas’. The<br />

Mahajanapadas of Anga,<br />

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Kashi, Kosala, Chedi,<br />

Vatsa, Matsya, Shursen,<br />

Ashmak, Avanti, Gandhar<br />

and Magadha were ruled<br />

by kings or monarchs. The<br />

kings in these states had the<br />

supreme authority.<br />

The Mahajanapadas of Vrijji,<br />

Malla, Kuru, Panchal and<br />

Kamboj were republican<br />

states and so were other<br />

smaller states like Lichhavi,<br />

Shakya, Koliya, Bhagga,<br />

Moriya. These republican<br />

states had a ‘Gana-parishad’<br />

or an Assembly of senior<br />

and responsible citizens.<br />

This, Gana-parishad had<br />

the supreme authority in the<br />

state. All the administrative<br />

decisions were taken by this<br />

Parishad. Of all these states,<br />

Kosala, Vatsa, Avanti and<br />

Magadha were the most<br />

important ones.<br />

Pradyota<br />

became king of<br />

Avanti ending<br />

the Brhadratha<br />

Dynasty and<br />

commencing<br />

the Haryanka<br />

Dynasty of<br />

Magadha. The<br />

Haryanka king<br />

Bimbsara was<br />

responsible for<br />

expanding the<br />

boundries of his<br />

kingdom through<br />

matrimonial<br />

alliances and<br />

conquest.<br />

Bimbsara was the<br />

contemporary<br />

to Buddha.<br />

Bimbsara was<br />

imprisoned<br />

and killed by<br />

his successor,<br />

Ajatasatru, under<br />

whose rule, the<br />

dynasty reached<br />

its largest extent.<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

72<br />

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ISRO launches<br />

20 satellites<br />

in one go<br />

India has successfully<br />

launched 20 satellites<br />

including 17 foreign and its<br />

earth observation satellite in<br />

a single mission in 26 minutes<br />

from Sriharikota, in a crucial<br />

step to become a key player in<br />

the multi-billion dollar space<br />

launch market.<br />

Indian Space Research<br />

Organisation workhorse<br />

Polar Satellite Launch<br />

Vehicle (PSLV-C34)<br />

took off from the<br />

second launch pad of<br />

Satish Dhawan Space Centre,<br />

at Sriharikotta at 9.26 AM and<br />

placed the new generation<br />

earth observation satellite(<br />

Cartosat-2 Series) and 19 others<br />

in the designated polar Sun<br />

Synchronous Orbit, 26 minutes<br />

later.<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

Thirteen of the satellites are<br />

from the United States including<br />

the 12 earth imaging Dove<br />

satellites from Planet Labs<br />

organisation, each of which<br />

weighs just 4.7 kg, and a<br />

110-kg earth imaging satellite<br />

called SkySat Gen-2 made by<br />

a Google-owned company.<br />

There are two Canadian<br />

satellites and one each from<br />

Germany and Indonesia. There<br />

were two satellites each from<br />

Sathyabama University and<br />

College of Engineering, Pune.<br />

74<br />

LAPAN-A3 (Indonesia): The<br />

microsatellite is for Earth<br />

observation and is intended<br />

to be used to monitor land<br />

use, natural resource and<br />

environment.<br />

M3MSat (Canada): Maritime<br />

Monitoring and Messaging<br />

Micro-Satellite is a technology<br />

demonstrator mission jointly<br />

funded and managed by<br />

Defense Research and<br />

Development Canada (DRDC)<br />

and the Canadian Space<br />

Agency (CSA). The satellite’s<br />

primary mission is to collect and<br />

study Automatic Identification<br />

System signals from low-Earth<br />

orbit.<br />

GHGSat-D (Canada): Built by<br />

Space Flight Laboratory of the<br />

University of Toronto Institute<br />

for Aerospace Studies, the<br />

Earth observation satellite<br />

is meant for measuring the<br />

atmospheric concentration of<br />

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Over the years, we developed<br />

expertise and capability to help other<br />

nations in their space initiatives. This<br />

is the skill of our scientists”, he said<br />

in another tweet.<br />

greenhouse gases (Carbon<br />

Dioxide and Methane).<br />

BIROS (Germany): Berlin<br />

Infrared Optical System<br />

(BIROS) is a small scientific<br />

satellite from the German<br />

Aerospace Center and its<br />

mission objective is the remote<br />

sensing of high temperature<br />

events.<br />

SkySat Gen2-1 (U.S.):<br />

Designed and built by Terra<br />

Bella, a Google company<br />

based in Mountain View,<br />

California in the U.S., the<br />

small Earth imaging satellite<br />

is capable of capturing submeter<br />

resolution imagery and<br />

HD video.<br />

Dove Satellites (U.S.): A total<br />

of 12 Flock-2P Earth imaging<br />

satellites are to be launched<br />

in this mission. They would be<br />

packed in three dispensers.<br />

Sathyabamasat (Sathyabama<br />

University, Chennai): The<br />

satellite aims to collect data on<br />

green house gases.<br />

to point messaging services<br />

to the HAM (amateur radio)<br />

community.<br />

ISRO chairman A.S. Kiran<br />

Kumar said, “With this<br />

mission, we have launched<br />

the current generation Earth<br />

observation satellite along<br />

with 17 satellites from foreign<br />

countries.”<br />

“20 satellites in a go! @<br />

isro continues to break<br />

new barriers. Hearty<br />

congratulations to our<br />

scientists on the monumental<br />

accomplishment’, Prime<br />

Minister Narendra Modi<br />

said on Twitter. “Our space<br />

program has time and again<br />

shown the transformative<br />

potential of science and<br />

technology in people’s lives”,<br />

he said.<br />

“Over the years, we developed<br />

expertise and capability to<br />

help other nations in their<br />

space initiatives. This is the<br />

skill of our scientists”, he said<br />

in another tweet.<br />

Swayam (College of<br />

Engineering, Pune): The<br />

satellite aims to provide point<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

ROLLS-ROYCE DAWN<br />

LAUNCHED IN INDIA<br />

- RS 6.25 CRORE<br />

76<br />

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Rolls-Royce has been finally launched its Dawn convertible<br />

at Rs 6.25 crore (ex-showroom, India). The powerful RR will<br />

be getting the de-tuned engine of the fastest RR ever - the<br />

Wraith. Linked to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission,<br />

it’s a 6.6-litre turbo-charged V12 motor that belts out a<br />

whopping 570PS of max power and peak torque of 780Nm. It<br />

does the naught to 100kmph in mere 4.9 seconds.<br />

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AUTOMOBILES<br />

78<br />

PERFORMANCE<br />

Top Speed 250 kmph<br />

Acceleration (0-100 kmph)5.0 Seconds<br />

Engine Displacement(cc) 6598<br />

Maximum Power 563bhp@5250-<br />

6000rpm<br />

Maximum Torque 820Nm@1500-<br />

5000rpm<br />

Engine Description 6.6-litre 563bhp<br />

48V V Type Engine<br />

No. of Cylinders 12<br />

Drive Type<br />

RWD<br />

Turbo Charger<br />

Yes<br />

Super Charger<br />

No<br />

Valves Per Cylinder 4<br />

Fuel Supply System Direct Injection<br />

Gear box<br />

8 Speed<br />

Steering Gear Type Rack & Pinion<br />

CAPACITY<br />

Seating Capacity 4<br />

No of Doors 2<br />

Length<br />

5285mm<br />

Width<br />

1947m<br />

Height<br />

1502mm<br />

Wheel Base<br />

3112mm<br />

Gross Weight<br />

2560kg<br />

Fuel Tank Capacity (Liters) 80<br />

Tyre Size Front 255/45 R20;<br />

Rear 285/40 R20<br />

Tyre Type<br />

Tubeless Tyres<br />

Alloy Wheel Size 19 Inch<br />

COMFORT<br />

Air Conditioner<br />

Power Steering<br />

Rear A/C Vents<br />

Engine Start/Stop Button<br />

Remote Trunk Opener<br />

Remote Fuel Lid Opener<br />

Accessory Power Outlet<br />

Transmission Type<br />

Automatic<br />

Adjustable Seats<br />

CD Player<br />

DVD Player<br />

FM/AM/Radio<br />

Audio System Remote Control<br />

Speakers Front<br />

Speakers Rear<br />

Bluetooth Connectivity<br />

Low Fuel Warning Light<br />

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Automatic Climate Control<br />

Air Quality Control<br />

Rear Seat Headrest<br />

Rear Seat Center Arm Rest<br />

Heated Seats - Front<br />

Heated Seats - Rear<br />

Leather Seats<br />

Cup Holders-Front<br />

Cup Holders-Rear<br />

Trunk Light<br />

Glove Box Cooling<br />

Bottle Holder<br />

Front & Rear Door<br />

Seat Lumbar Support<br />

Cruise Control<br />

Multi-function Steering Wheel<br />

Front Suspension<br />

Double wishbone front axle<br />

Rear Suspension<br />

multi-link rear axle<br />

SAFETY<br />

Anti-Lock Braking System<br />

Parking Sensors<br />

Central Locking<br />

Driver Airbag<br />

Passenger Airbag<br />

Side Airbag-Front<br />

Side Airbag-Rear<br />

Rear Seat Belts<br />

Smart Access Card Entry<br />

Seat Belt Warning<br />

Brake Assist<br />

Door Ajar Warning<br />

Crash Sensor<br />

Anti-Theft Alarm<br />

Power Door Locks<br />

Child Safety Locks<br />

Side Impact Beams<br />

Front Impact Beams<br />

Day & Night Rear View Mirror<br />

Passenger Side Rear View Mirror<br />

Engine Immobilizer<br />

Centrally Mounted Fuel Tank<br />

Traction Control<br />

Automatic Headlamps<br />

Follow Me Home Headlamps<br />

Front Brake Type Disc<br />

Rear Brake Type Disc<br />

OTHERS<br />

Emission Norm Compliance<br />

BS IV<br />

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INDIAN VAASTU CORNER<br />

80<br />

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Place of positive<br />

energy<br />

HOME TEMPLE<br />

Home Temple is an integral part of Indian homes<br />

and most of the homeowner’s takes precaution<br />

of keeping things in line with Vastu.<br />

Vastu lays down specific<br />

rules and norms regarding<br />

home temple because, if<br />

it is constructed in wrong<br />

place, then inmates will<br />

not get benefi ted. To make<br />

your veneration and pooja<br />

effective for god’s endless<br />

and constant blessings you<br />

have to build your pooja<br />

room at the proper and Vastu<br />

compliant place.<br />

Home temple should be<br />

designed properly and<br />

cautiously as temples are<br />

not the matter of sacredness,<br />

which emulates positive<br />

energy They also relate the<br />

occupants emotions with<br />

God and cosmos. Therefore<br />

to get positive vibrations and<br />

benefi ts from pooja, home<br />

temple should be conducive<br />

to Vastu.<br />

Some Vastu tips for<br />

home temple are<br />

Temple should be placed<br />

higher so that God feet must<br />

come to the level of devotee’s<br />

chest.<br />

Keeping God’s idol which<br />

is more than 10 inches is<br />

considered inauspicious.<br />

Always keep some insulation<br />

while praying or sitting in the<br />

temple such as mat or carpet.<br />

Home temple is ideal in wood<br />

while marble constructed<br />

temples are also considered<br />

appropriate.<br />

Wooden temples should<br />

always have dome at the top.<br />

Do not keep temple on the<br />

fl oor directly because this<br />

means disrespect of Gods.<br />

Always lay thick cloth on<br />

the floor before keeping the<br />

temple on it.<br />

Dia in the temple should be lit<br />

in South-east.<br />

Do no keep late ancestor’s<br />

picture in home temple<br />

because this way we only<br />

disrespect God and cosmos.<br />

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INDIAN SPIRITUAL<br />

Srimad<br />

Bhagavad Gita<br />

Chapter – 2 Verse – 51<br />

82<br />

Renounce the fruits of<br />

action in the material<br />

world.<br />

Sloka:<br />

karma-jam buddhi-yukta hi phalam tyaktva manisinah<br />

janma-bandha-vinirmuktah padam gacchanty anamayam<br />

Word to word Meaning<br />

karma-jam—because of fruitive activities<br />

buddhi-yukta—being done in devotional service<br />

hi—certainly<br />

phalam—results<br />

tyaktva—giving up<br />

maniia—devotees who are great sages<br />

janma-bandha—the bondage of birth and death<br />

vinirmuktā—liberated souls<br />

padam—position<br />

gacchanti—reach<br />

anamayam—without miseries.<br />

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84<br />

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activities as an offering unto<br />

the Supreme Lord are blessed<br />

with self-realisation and will<br />

be released from the bondage<br />

of birth and death and being<br />

liberated to attain the eternal.<br />

Consequently he becomes qualified<br />

to enter into the Vaikuntha planets,<br />

where there is neither material or<br />

miserable life, nor the influence of time<br />

and death.<br />

Verse meaning<br />

The wise, engaged in<br />

devotional service, take<br />

refuge in the Lord and free<br />

themselves from the cycle of<br />

birth and death by renouncing<br />

the fruits of action in the<br />

material world. In this way they<br />

can attain that state beyond all<br />

miseries.<br />

Explanation<br />

Those who are factually<br />

situated in the spiritual<br />

intelligence, perform activities<br />

as a matter of duty, free from<br />

conceptions of gain and<br />

loss, unconcerned about the<br />

resultant rewards. They are<br />

assuredly delivered from the<br />

bondage of birth and death in<br />

the material existence and are<br />

liberated to the spiritual realms.<br />

Offer all actions to the<br />

Supreme Lord without desiring<br />

rewards. Endowed with the<br />

spiritual intelligence and<br />

comprehension of reality, one<br />

attains the supreme stage.<br />

To get there, the performance<br />

of actions with equanimity is<br />

the way to wisdom and is the<br />

means for assured liberation.<br />

Those with the spiritual<br />

intelligence and who<br />

crelinquish all fruitive desires<br />

for the results of all actions,<br />

perform in righteousness<br />

Owing to ignorance, one does<br />

not know that this material<br />

world is a miserable place. Out<br />

of ignorance, less intelligent<br />

persons try to adjust to the<br />

situation by fruitive activities,<br />

thinking that resultant actions<br />

will make them happy. They<br />

do not know that no kind of<br />

material body anywhere within<br />

the universe can give life<br />

without miseries.<br />

The miseries of life, namely<br />

birth, death, old age and<br />

diseases, are present<br />

everywhere within the<br />

material world. But one<br />

who understands his real<br />

constitutional position as the<br />

eternal servitor of the Lord<br />

and thus knows the position of<br />

the Personality of Godhead,<br />

engages himself in the<br />

transcendental loving service<br />

of the Lord.<br />

Consequently he becomes<br />

qualified to enter into the<br />

Vaikuntha planets, where there<br />

is neither material or miserable<br />

life, nor the influence of time<br />

and death.<br />

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T<br />

INDIAN EVENTS<br />

86<br />

Valley votes for<br />

BJP - PDP<br />

combine<br />

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Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister<br />

Mehbooba Mufti has won the Anantnag<br />

by-election comfortably by defeating<br />

her nearest rival of the Congress by over<br />

12,000 votes.<br />

The by-election was<br />

necessitated due to the death<br />

of the then Chief Minister<br />

Mufti Muhammed Sayeed<br />

who has represented the<br />

constituency in the Jammu<br />

and Kashmir Assembly.<br />

Sayeed passed away in New<br />

Delhi on January 7 after a<br />

brief illness.<br />

Ms Mufti, currently a<br />

n MP from Anantnag Lok<br />

Sabha constituency, faced<br />

a three-corner contest in the<br />

by-poll with Hilal Shah of the<br />

Congress and Iftikar Misger of<br />

the National Conference.<br />

All opposition parties<br />

including National Conference<br />

boycotted counting after<br />

allegations that Electronic<br />

Voting Machines (EVMs)<br />

were tampered with.<br />

Protesting inside the counting<br />

centre, Congress candidate<br />

Hilal Ahmad Shah said,<br />

“Machines were without seal<br />

and signatures on them didn’t<br />

match. It’s a brazen election<br />

rigging by ruling party and<br />

administration is party to this<br />

rigging.”<br />

“When we raised our voice<br />

the district magistrate<br />

threatened to put us behind<br />

the bars,” said the Congress<br />

candidate as he stormed out<br />

of the centre.<br />

Denying allegations, District<br />

Magistrate Abid Rashid Shah,<br />

who is also district election<br />

officer, said that, “They tried<br />

to break an EVM and when<br />

we tried to discipline them<br />

they started protesting.”<br />

The total number of<br />

registered voters in the<br />

Anantnag assembly segment<br />

is 84,067 -- 42,840 males and<br />

41,227 females, there were<br />

102 polling stations in the<br />

constituency.<br />

Peoples Democratic Party<br />

(PDP) leader Mehbooba<br />

Mufti, who became Chief<br />

Minister on April 4, polled<br />

17,700 votes while Congress’<br />

Hilal Ahmad Shah managed<br />

only 5,600 votes of the nearly<br />

28,500 votes polled.<br />

Mehbooba Mufti was sworn<br />

in as the first woman Chief<br />

Minister of the state on April<br />

4. It is mandatory for a Chief<br />

Minister or any other minister<br />

in the state to become a<br />

member of either house of<br />

state’s bicameral legislature<br />

within six months of being<br />

sworn in.<br />

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FASHION STYLE<br />

Naeem Khan’s<br />

Spring 2017<br />

New<br />

88<br />

Bridal Show<br />

A quiet intensity filled the room, aided by<br />

the start of the soundtrack and driven by the<br />

excitement of the audience, as we awaited<br />

the start of Naeem Khan’s Spring 2017 bridal<br />

show. The lights temporarily dimmed just to<br />

raise the excitement a tad, and then began the<br />

most elegant expression of passion for modern<br />

bridalwear today.<br />

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FASHION STYLE<br />

90<br />

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Look after look, Khan’s gowns brought<br />

gasps to onlookers as romance was<br />

defined, redefined, and tradition flipped<br />

on its head just a bit. These new ideas<br />

were found in new and exciting shapes, as well as<br />

unthinkable styles for a bride-to-be. Even a flapper<br />

emerged in an of-the-moment fringe lame cocktail<br />

dress, marrying times past with present.<br />

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SPECIAL MOVIE<br />

Dishoom<br />

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Dishoom is an upcoming<br />

Indian action-adventure<br />

film written and directed<br />

by Rohit Dhawan. The<br />

film stars John Abraham,<br />

Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez<br />

and Akshaye Khanna. The film's score<br />

is composed by Abhijit Vaghani and the<br />

film's musical numbers were composed by<br />

Pritam Chakraborty. The film is scheduled<br />

for a worldwide release on 29 <strong>July</strong> <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

When India's top batsman goes missing in<br />

the Middle East, two cops from either side<br />

of the Arabian Sea team for a 36 -hour<br />

man hunt. he first schedule of the film<br />

started on June 27 at Mehboob Studio.<br />

Varun Dhawan and Jacqueline Fernandez<br />

joined the sets on 4 <strong>July</strong>.<br />

Director<br />

Rohit Dhawan<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

John Abraham<br />

Varun Dhawan<br />

Akshaye Khanna<br />

Music<br />

Pritam<br />

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Sultan<br />

Sultan is an upcoming <strong>2016</strong><br />

Indian sports-drama film<br />

directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.<br />

Produced by Aditya Chopra<br />

under Yash Raj Films banner,<br />

the film stars Salman Khan and Anushka<br />

Sharma in pivotal roles and centers<br />

around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan),<br />

a wrestler who has problems in his<br />

professional and personal life. From a<br />

small town wrestler in Haryana, Sultan<br />

achieves global fame winning bouts<br />

at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in<br />

Delhi, the 2011 FILA Wrestling World<br />

Championships in Istanbul and the 2012<br />

London Olympics.<br />

Director<br />

Ali Abbas Zafar<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Salman Khan<br />

Anushka Sharma<br />

Randeep Hooda<br />

Music<br />

Vishal-Shekhar<br />

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SPECIAL MOVIE<br />

Babu Bangaram<br />

Babu Bangaram is an<br />

upcoming Telugu action<br />

romantic comedy film<br />

written and directed<br />

by Maruthi. It features<br />

Daggubati Venkatesh and Nayanthara<br />

in the lead roles. Ghibran composes the<br />

film score and soundtrack while Richard<br />

Prasad handles the cinematography.<br />

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The film was launched on 16 December<br />

2015 in Hyderabad and principle<br />

photography began the following day. The<br />

first look poster of the film was released<br />

on 7 April <strong>2016</strong> on the eve of Ugadi.<br />

The film is scheduled for a worldwide<br />

release on 29 <strong>July</strong> <strong>2016</strong><br />

Director<br />

Maruthi<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Venkatesh<br />

Nayanthara<br />

Music<br />

Ghibran<br />

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Kabali<br />

Kabali is an upcoming<br />

<strong>2016</strong> Indian Tamillanguage<br />

gangsterdrama<br />

film written<br />

and directed by Pa.<br />

Ranjith. The film stars Rajinikanth as<br />

the titular character, whilst Taiwanese<br />

actor Winston Chao, Radhika Apte,<br />

Dhansika, Dinesh Ravi, Kalaiyarasan,<br />

and John Vijay star in other pivotal<br />

roles. Principal photography for the film<br />

began on 21 August 2015 in Chennai.<br />

While filming mostly occurred in<br />

Malaysia, smaller scenes were shot in<br />

Bangkok and Hong Kong. The film is<br />

slated for release on 22 <strong>July</strong> <strong>2016</strong>.<br />

Director<br />

Pa. Ranjith<br />

Cast & Crew<br />

Rajinikanth<br />

Winston Chao<br />

Radhika Apte<br />

Music<br />

Santhosh Narayanan<br />

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EVIEW<br />

BOLLYWOOD<br />

2.5/5<br />

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Te3n<br />

With<br />

predictable<br />

narration and<br />

the logicless<br />

climax that<br />

kills the film.<br />

Te3n is a film<br />

that can be<br />

ignored.<br />

Story :<br />

Te3n is the story of John Biswas<br />

(Amitabh Bachchan) whose<br />

granddaughter gets kidnapped.<br />

Left with no choice, John searches<br />

for her for over eight years and<br />

he still doesn’t get exhausted.<br />

Searching for a small clue, this<br />

old man repeats the evidence.<br />

At this point of time, John hears<br />

about a similar kidnapping case<br />

which brings lot of curiosity in<br />

John. Sarita Sarkar (Vidya Balan)<br />

is the officer in charge for the<br />

missing case and Father Martin<br />

Das (Nawazzudin Siddiqui) who<br />

is a former cop helps John in the<br />

process. The rest of Te3n is if<br />

John finds the real culprit behind<br />

the kidnap and gets the mystery<br />

solved. Watch Te3n to know about<br />

the complete film.<br />

Analysis :<br />

The first half of Te3n starts on a<br />

slow note and gets interesting after<br />

all the characters gets introduced.<br />

The movie gets interesting after it<br />

moves into the story and the preinterval<br />

episodes catch the needed<br />

pace. The interval scenes have<br />

been interesting and they keep the<br />

film lively. On the whole the first<br />

half of Te3n makes a decent watch.<br />

The second half of the film has<br />

a completely different story to<br />

reveal. The movie lacks the needed<br />

gripping narration throughout that<br />

kills the entire thriller. The complete<br />

film has been dragged and is<br />

predictable from all the corners.<br />

The climax kills the complete<br />

film as it seems irrelevant and<br />

misses the needed logic. On the<br />

whole Te3n falls flat because<br />

of the confused and completely<br />

predictable second half.<br />

Final Word:<br />

With predictable narration and the<br />

logicless climax that kills the film.<br />

Te3n is a film that can be ignored.<br />

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EVIEW<br />

BOLLYWOOD<br />

Udta Punjab<br />

Analysis :<br />

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Story :<br />

The first half<br />

of the film<br />

starts with lot<br />

of interest<br />

and the lead<br />

characters<br />

in the movie<br />

have been<br />

well narrated.<br />

Udta Punjab is based on the<br />

drug abuse in Punjab which has<br />

become a serious threat to the<br />

society. Tommy Singh (Shahid<br />

Kapoor) is a rockstar who is a drug<br />

addict and he loses his passion of<br />

singing because of the addictions.<br />

Sarjat Singh (Diljit Dosanjh) is<br />

a cop, Preet Sahni (Kareena<br />

Kapoor) is a doctor and Pinky<br />

(Alia Bhatt) is a migrant labourer.<br />

Sarjit’s younger brother gets<br />

addicted to drugs and the reveals<br />

many interesting things about the<br />

drug mafi a. The rest of the film is<br />

how all the lead characters are<br />

related to the drug abuse and<br />

about their contributions. Watch<br />

Udta Punjab to know about the<br />

movie.<br />

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The first half of the film starts<br />

with lot of interest and the lead<br />

characters in the movie have been<br />

well narrated. The movie takes the<br />

much needed pace after the movie<br />

gets into the story. The drug abuse<br />

and how the youth have been<br />

getting addicted to drugs have<br />

been well narrated. The songs<br />

have been apt and they brought out<br />

the much needed pain and feel in<br />

the film. The interval episodes bring<br />

up lot of interest in the audience<br />

and on the whole the first half of<br />

Udta Punjab has been decent but<br />

not completely impressive.<br />

The second half of the movie<br />

loses the much needed grip and<br />

interesting narration. The major<br />

plot has been side tracked and<br />

the unwanted issues have been<br />

discussed much. The complete<br />

second half has been a huge<br />

failure and it will end up as a huge<br />

disappointment. The climax of the<br />

movie has been completely clichéd<br />

and unexpected.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Udta Punjab lacks an interesting<br />

narration for an unusual script<br />

which makes the film fall flat. The<br />

performances by the lead actors<br />

alone fails to make much impact.<br />

Udta Punjab can be given a huge<br />

skip.


2/5<br />

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EVIEW<br />

TOLLYWOOD<br />

3/5<br />

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Gentleman<br />

The second half<br />

of Gentleman<br />

takes a<br />

completely<br />

different turn<br />

completely. It has<br />

been serious and<br />

interesting with<br />

enough twists<br />

throughout.<br />

Story :<br />

Gentleman is the story of<br />

Gowtham (Nani) who falls in<br />

love with Catherine (Niveda<br />

Thomas). She moves to UK for a<br />

project and it is after her return,<br />

Catherine comes to know about<br />

Gowtham’s sudden demise. Jay<br />

Ram (Nani) comes into picture<br />

who gets engaged to Aishwarya<br />

(Surabhi) and it is Catherine who<br />

becomes Aishwarya’s friend after<br />

which things change completely.<br />

Catherine tries to pull out the<br />

real culprit behind the death of<br />

Gowtham. Watch Gentleman to<br />

know about the real secret behind<br />

Gowtham’s murder and who the<br />

real culprit is.<br />

been entertaining throughout.<br />

The love stories have been fresh<br />

and engaging which makes the<br />

audience impressed. The songs<br />

have been shot well and they have<br />

been placed at right parts. The<br />

interesting and sensible episodes<br />

carry away the film well and the<br />

interval episodes make a lot of<br />

impact on the audience. On the<br />

whole the first half of the film has<br />

been impressive.<br />

The second half of Gentleman<br />

takes a completely different turn<br />

completely. It has been serious<br />

and interesting with enough twists<br />

throughout. The second half has<br />

been predictable at parts and it dips<br />

down. The climax has been decent<br />

and it explains all the answers for<br />

the questions left. On the whole,<br />

Gentleman is a movie which is<br />

passable.<br />

Final Word:<br />

Gentleman is not a very good<br />

thriller but it keeps you engaging<br />

and feel interesting throughout.<br />

Nani and the other lead actors<br />

impress the audience with their<br />

performances. A decent and<br />

passable thriller.<br />

Analysis :<br />

The first half of Gentleman has<br />

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EVIEW<br />

TOLLYWOOD<br />

A.. Aa<br />

108<br />

Samantha is the<br />

major asset for<br />

the film. She has<br />

been bubbly,<br />

entertaining,<br />

energetic,<br />

beautiful and<br />

glamorous<br />

throughout the<br />

film.<br />

Story :<br />

Anasuya Ramalingam Vs Anand<br />

Vihari is the story of Anasuya<br />

(Samantha) and Anand (Nithiin)<br />

who happens to be relatives by<br />

birth. Differences between their<br />

parents make them far away. As<br />

time passes Anasuya travels to<br />

Anand’s home in Kalavapudi to<br />

spend time with Anand’s family as<br />

her mother Mahalakshmi (Nadiya)<br />

is out for a conference. This is the<br />

time Anand and Anasuya connect<br />

with each other. The rest of the<br />

fi lm is about how they balance to<br />

sort out the differences between<br />

their families and win their love.<br />

Watch Anasuya Ramalingam Vs<br />

Anand Vihari to known about the<br />

complete story.<br />

Analysis :<br />

The first half of the film has<br />

predictable episodes throughout<br />

and a routine plot however it is<br />

the performances along with the<br />

technical aspects which make the<br />

fi lm lively. The entertainment has<br />

been decent and the songs have<br />

been ok. The cinematography<br />

elevated the fi lm well and the<br />

routine interval episode make the<br />

fi rst half just ok. The film misses the<br />

mark of Trivikram badly in each and<br />

every scene.<br />

The second half of Anasuya<br />

Ramalingam Vs Anand Vihari<br />

turns emotional completely as the<br />

plot of the movie takes the major<br />

role. The movie lacks gripping<br />

narration and the fi lm drops down<br />

drastically throughout the second<br />

half. The predictable narration and<br />

the presentation kills the flavour of<br />

the film completely. The climax has<br />

been decent though it has been<br />

revealed out before. On the whole<br />

Anasuya Ramalingam Vs Anand<br />

Vihari misses the mark of Trivikram<br />

by miles and is completely<br />

predictable.<br />

Final Word:<br />

The performances and the<br />

technical aspects are the only<br />

things that make the film lively<br />

for a predictable plot and boring<br />

narration.<br />

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2.5/5<br />

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HOLLYWOOD<br />

TEA NEWS<br />

Michael Jackson<br />

Uh oh. Some truly horrible things<br />

were found in Michael Jackson’s<br />

house in 2003, according to a<br />

newly revealed police report<br />

on June 21. Among Michael’s<br />

immense collection of toys was a<br />

secret stash of child pornography<br />

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Katie Holmes<br />

New couple alert! After months of<br />

speculation, Katie Holmes, 37, and Jamie<br />

Foxx’s, 48, rumored relationship has been<br />

confirmed. but will they get Tom Cruise’s,<br />

53, blessing<br />

Tom Hiddleston<br />

As Tom Hiddleston gears<br />

up for his next film, ‘Thor:<br />

Ragnarok’, the handsome<br />

actor is hoping that his<br />

famous girlfriend will visit<br />

him on set. Will Taylor Swift<br />

take him up on his romantic<br />

offer<br />

Rihanna<br />

OMG! Rihanna broke<br />

down in tears during<br />

the a stop on her ‘ANTI<br />

Tour’ after her navy of<br />

fans overwhelmed her<br />

with their roaring praises<br />

and cheers. And her<br />

emotional performance<br />

will seriously make you<br />

melt!<br />

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Kylie Jenner & Tyga<br />

Even though Kylie Jenner was spotted kissing<br />

PartyNextDoor, it seems she can’t get Tyga out of<br />

her mind! The ‘Stimulated’ rapper was her first love<br />

so she can’t just let it go ENTIRELY! So are they<br />

getting back together


Johnny Depp<br />

Wow. Two months after Prince’s tragic death,<br />

Judith Hill, the woman who was with him during his<br />

emergency plane landing is opening up about the<br />

scary experience. Here’s what she had to say.<br />

Kris Jenner<br />

Kris Jenner and Corey<br />

Gamble are breaking up<br />

after the entertainment<br />

manager allegedly<br />

made advances<br />

towards her eldest<br />

daughter Kourtney<br />

Kardashian, according<br />

to an explosive new<br />

report<br />

Nick Young &<br />

Iggy Azalea<br />

Nearly three months<br />

after D’Angelo Russell<br />

recorded a video of<br />

Nick Young admitting<br />

to cheating on thenfiancee<br />

Iggy Azalea,<br />

the rapper and her<br />

NBA beau have split.<br />

Selma Blair<br />

Selma Blair is finally explaining what<br />

caused her June 20 freakout on a plane.<br />

She said that she ‘made a big mistake’ after<br />

screaming that someone ‘burns’ her and ‘is<br />

going to kill’ her.<br />

Priyanka Chopra<br />

This is seriously bizarre!<br />

Priyanka Chopra did a<br />

super sexy photo shoot for<br />

‘Maxim India’ on June 17, but<br />

something was a little… off.<br />

As in she had no armpits, just<br />

a slab of perfect skin<br />

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Balmain<br />

launched<br />

a stunning<br />

advertising<br />

camapign for<br />

Fall/Winter<br />

2015-<strong>2016</strong><br />

collection.<br />

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Star Gazing<br />

ARIES<br />

This will be a star month for you, where everything you are pushing for will manifest<br />

without you doing much. Expect clarity to come through between June 5 and 18. A new<br />

job or role or ideas will manifest after June 15. Between the 11th and 20th, you will need to<br />

sign some paperwork. Avoid friction at work between June 22 and 26. Financially, you will see<br />

a positive period with extra expenses at the beginning of the month.<br />

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GEMINI<br />

A brilliant birthday month for you, as<br />

everything you want will manifest.<br />

In fact, be careful for what you ask<br />

for. New opportunities will keep you<br />

busy till the 8th, post which work will be slow<br />

due to travels and pick up after June 24.<br />

You might work with new people this month.<br />

Delegate more, or you will burn yourself out.<br />

Health will need attention due to exhaustion<br />

round June 16-28. Family life will be stable<br />

throughout the month.<br />

CANCER<br />

While work will be slow till June<br />

12, expect clarity and more work<br />

to come in after the 14th and 22nd.<br />

New orders, sampling and projects will keep<br />

you busy after the 23rd. Avoid friction with<br />

staff around June 18-24. You’ll also be in<br />

the limelight post the 25th. Abundance will<br />

fl ow in through old clients after 17th. Avoid<br />

extra expenses around June 3-16. A family<br />

member’s health will need attention between<br />

6th and 17th.<br />

TAURUS<br />

Too much to do, since May was<br />

not your favourite month. All your<br />

ideas and plans will move forward<br />

post the 7th and you can expect people to<br />

acknowledge or understand them post the<br />

15th. Clarity about an ongoing project will<br />

come through after 12th. You might even go<br />

through a role or job change post June 17.<br />

This month, new associations or tie ups are<br />

on the cards. Work will be slow from 24th to<br />

29th.<br />

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LEO<br />

June will be a slow period at work<br />

no matter what you try to do. Even<br />

if things move forward, there will be<br />

a slowdown from other people’s end. This<br />

can be frustrating, but it will also give you<br />

a second chance to rework and restructure<br />

to prepare yourself for the end result. Avoid<br />

arguments at work around the 18th and 25th,<br />

as it could back fire. Finances will be slow<br />

due to extra expenses.


VIRGO<br />

Keep your fingers crossed and hope for the best as you will be in for surprises. You<br />

won’t know what hit you (in a good way) with new ideas materialising and new tie ups<br />

coming into play. Expect clarity to come through around June 10-16. If you’re looking for a<br />

new job or investors or mergers, after June 15 is a brilliant period, but don’t expect clarity till<br />

end of this month. You might work with or hire new people this month. Spend time organising<br />

paperwork.<br />

SCORPIO<br />

You need to take charge but at the<br />

same time be patient. You have<br />

been procrastinating or feeling<br />

lazy, but energies this month will give you the<br />

push to move forward. Work will be stable<br />

throughout the month with minor delays<br />

around 16-21st June. An important meeting<br />

around 6-11th June and post 26th June will<br />

bring in abundance.<br />

SAGITTARIUS<br />

The month will start on a slow note<br />

with a lot of pending work to finish.<br />

Health may not be on your side and<br />

work will suffer till 12th. Expect work to pick<br />

up after June 16 as new projects come in.<br />

This month, you’ll also expand or add new<br />

work. If you are looking at getting freelancers<br />

or hiring new people, after the 18th is when<br />

you will get clarity.<br />

AQUARIUS<br />

You need to have a plan in place<br />

before you jump to decisions. You<br />

have been getting carried away by<br />

your ambitions. You also need to be practical.<br />

Clarity will come through after the 7th and<br />

22nd, but don’t be aggressive with people<br />

at work. Avoid friction with a senior member<br />

around 17-26th June. Health will need<br />

attention between June 6 and 17.<br />

CAPRICORN<br />

Work will be priority, as a lot of new<br />

ideas and opportunities come through.<br />

While people at work will be supportive<br />

of everything you do, you might have to<br />

organise and plan your next move. Don’t rush<br />

into things after the 17th as it might back fire.<br />

Important meetings between the 12th and 17th<br />

will fall in your favour. Work will slow down post<br />

June 26.<br />

LIBRA<br />

You need to slow down the mental<br />

pace. While you have a lot of<br />

ideas and thought you can expect<br />

everything to manifest and people to be on<br />

the same page. Paper work will clear post<br />

7th June, but post 20th June there could be<br />

differences in negotiation/ contract between<br />

clients. Avoid mood swings at work. Don’t<br />

carry work stress home. Post 15th June<br />

expects work from old clients to come<br />

through.<br />

PISCES<br />

Work will be erratic, some days good<br />

and some days slow. You can’t do<br />

much. Don’t blame yourself for the<br />

slow days. Not everything can be under<br />

your control. New job opportunities or orders<br />

will come through post 11th. An important<br />

meeting around June 18-23 will work in your<br />

favour. Don’t fear the past repeating in areas<br />

of work. Balance eating patterns and sleep<br />

on time.<br />

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Masab Tank<br />

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2, Castle Hills, Masab<br />

Tank, Hyderabad -<br />

500034<br />

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63543030<br />

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Roi Techno Solutions<br />

Trimulgherry<br />

301, Block A, Sumitra<br />

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Plot Number 6B, Phase-<br />

II, Sancharpuri Colony,<br />

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Upperpally<br />

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184, Pnr Apartment,<br />

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Hyderabad - 500029<br />

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Begumpet<br />

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RP Road<br />

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Himayath Nagar<br />

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040 - 66715539<br />

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1, Mahatma Gandhi<br />

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402, IV Floor, Babukhan<br />

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Abid Watch Co<br />

East Marredpally<br />

Shop No 13,Lakshmi<br />

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Secunderabad - 500026<br />

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SEM Enterprises<br />

Attapur<br />

MIG-185, Kushan Bagh,<br />

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Sarojini Devi Road<br />

202 Kala Mansion,<br />

Secunderabad, Sarojini<br />

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- 500003<br />

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Spotless House Cleanning<br />

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Banjara Hills<br />

Road No 7, Banjara Hills,<br />

Hyderabad - 500034<br />

Ph: 9603397111<br />

Email:spotlessfacility.msr@<br />

gmail.com<br />

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