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Thursday, 18 September 2014


TRADITION is a way of thinking, behaving, or doing something that has been used by the people in a particular group, family, society, etc., for a long time the stories, beliefs, etc., that have been part of the culture of a group of people for a long timeused to say that someone has qualities which are like the qualities of another well-known person or group of people from the past the handing down of information, beliefs, and customs by word of mouth or by example from one generation to another without written instructcultural continuity in social attitudes, customs, and institutionsIn India they have many traditions, whether it is Marriage, Food, Education, etc. They all are done in certain ways. Indians have many traditions when it comes to Family Life, Birth, Marriage, Dress, Food and Education. When it comes to Family Life in India I think it is the most important and meaningful. One of the traditions with family life is that you have to maintain strong bonds with all of your relatives. For most of the time 3 to 4 generations of your family are living under one roof. Most young women are expected to live with their Husbands relatives after marriage, but they still maintain strong bonds with their family as well. Girl  has to leave her parental home after marriage this tradition  will remain same for 1000 more years to comeIndia has 22 officially recognised languages, and a huge variety of literature has been produced in these languages over the years. Hindu literary traditions dominate a large part of Indian culture. Apart from the Vedas, which are a sacred form of knowledge, there are other works such as the Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata, treatises such as Vaastu Shastra in architecture and town planning, and Arthashastra in political science. The most famous works in Sanskrit are the Hindu holy texts like the Vedas, Upanishads, and Manusmriti. Another popular literature, Tamil literature has a rich literary tradition spanning over 2000 years, and is particularly known for its poetic nature in the form of epics, and philosophical and secular works.Other great literary works, which marked the golden era of Indian literature, include 'Abhijanam Shakuntalam' and 'Meghdoot' by Kalidasa, 'Mricchakatika' by Shudraka, 'Svapna Vasavadattam' by Bhaasa, and 'Ratnavali' .
The most famous works of the Indian literature can be traced in the vernacular languages of the northern Indian cults of Krishna and of Rama. INDIA has 22 states and they follow different traditions and diffrent cultures so its very difficult to explain any particular tradition because all are awesome so i can say                       All Indians live in unity,& it’s a great beauty!So visit my country INDIA,It’s one of the most cultured Place 

Tuesday, 16 September 2014


I think of life as a good book. The further you get into it, the more it begins to make sense.Great books help you understand, and they help you feel understood

Books are our real friends. They are our guides. We can learn everything from them. The books contain all the great thoughts of our world and we can learn them by reading the books. The books help us find answers to our questions. The books never fail us.
We should read as many books as we can. But all books are not good. So we should choose only good books and read them. Our teachers and parents can help us choose good books.Books are by far the most lasting product of human effect .Temples cramble to ruin pictures and stadium decay but books survive.Time is of no account with great thoughts which are as fresh today as thought and said  still speaks to us as vividly as ever from the printed pagesThey bring us the presence of great minds that have ever lived
                 Good books enrich the mind by providing knowledge. They also widen the horizons of our imagination an give us an insight into different minds. If a man is known by the company he keeps, why should we not, then keep the best company; that of good books? Good literature entertains, instructs, and elevates. It takes us on a flight of fancy, away from our humdrum lives, to a place or country we want to visit without having to pay for the passage.     Pleasures derived from eating or playing sports are short lived or ordinary, but the pleasure that we derive from reading books is everlasting and fantaststic so try this new friend now to get more and more from this world.           

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Game of Blogs - Level 1 :)

“Kalakaar Colony”

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Roohi got frightened and disturbed by her parents behavior and ran towards the bus stop when they were busy yelling at each other.

After that Roohi sat in the bus for unknown destination, then suddenly ticket checker in the bus came to check her ticket but Roohi was neither having money nor any ticket.In the bus passengers were staring at Roohi but then a photographer by profession Jennifer who was sitting near Roohi paid money for her ticket and asked her that where she is going all alone without anything then she told her about her parents and their financial crisis.

Roohi was nine years old only but she was quite mature than her age  Then she decided to go with Jennifer but Jennifer was in the town for some time only,she had to leave the city in few hours.
She had only one friend CYRUS who was lawyer by profession .She decided to send Roohi to Cyrus house at that time Cyrus was renowned lawyer and Jennifer advised Roohi to stay in Cyrus house for some time.
Roohi went there and told Cyrus about her parents story and also told that her mother is a daughter of multinational businessman but she left her father's home because her father was against her marriage.Cyrus decides that he will unite her family.He along with Roohi went to her Roohi's Grandparents house.When they reached there Roohi was surprised to see such a big house

Roohi's Reaction-
   " Nice? This place? Nice? For the first time she stared about her, trying to see what there was ... She blinked; her lovely eyes wondered. A very good-looking elderly man stared back at her through a monocle on a black ribbon. But him she simply couldn't see. There was a hole in the air where he was. She looked through and through him."

Actually that old man was her grand father.Cyrus told him that she was his granddaughter .When he came to know that Roohi was his granddaughter he was overwhelmed with joy and kissed her.
"Part of the real beauty of life is that it’s unpredictable. Nothing is permanent, everything changes; and of course, a lot of things can happen that will transform who you are and have an impact on your life. The problem is that we need to cultivate the ability to truly accept whatever comes and embrace it."
He was completely changed person Then Cyrus told him that how Roohi was found alone in the bus by Jennifer.After hearing whole story his Grandfather was emotional and his heart swings to the other side.He completely forgets all his ego and decided to bring back his daughter and son in law.
On the other hand Shekhar and Tara were searching here and there for Roohi Suddenly Tara got a call  from her father.It was very unexpected and then he told Tara,that Roohi was with him only and she can also come back with Shekhar .Then Tara decided to go back to stay with his father, As Tara was the only child there was nobody to look after her father so three of them decided to stay with his father.
With the help of Tara"s father Shekhar started his publishing house and became well known publisher soon I think "togetherness is a very important ingredient to family life.and they were altogether after that after forgetting all their differences ".

Now they were family of four.

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Friday, 5 September 2014


Kashmir is known for its unearthly beauty, which has earned it the sobriquet of being the " Paradise on Earth". Kashmir Valley is part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir in north India. The decade old political and civil turmoil in the region has not taken anything away from the beauty of Kashmir. With peace returning to the Kashmir Valley, it has now become a tourist hot spot owing to its amazing cultural diversity, the sheer beauty of the mighty Himalayas, and the green valleys whose beauty has attracted a horde of migrants from West Asia and Central Asia down the ages.

Natural Beauty

Kashmir is famous for its beautiful and natural scenery and varieties of flora and fauna throughout the world. It is also widely known for its different kinds of agricultural products, fruit, vegetables, saffron, herbs, minerals, precious stones and finest kind of embroidery on clothes.

parkling rivers and sleepy lakes, of startling gardens and regal Chinar trees, Kashmir boasts of some of the most beautiful flowering meadows and snow-capped peaks. The abundance of natural beauty has earned the valley a nickname of the 'Switzerland of the East'. It is mesmerizing to see how this endless beauty never fails to charm the viewers with its changing scenes from dazzling white snow of Winters to blooming fragrance of Spring. The sparkling greenery of Summers are welcome too as the flaming beauty of Autumn. The art house of the Seasons, the beauty of Kashmir is complete to the giggling girls with fair Indian complexion and rosy cheeks and the exquisite handicrafts of the area.

KASHMIR HAS BEEN CALLED THE SWITZERLAND OF INDIA Apart from Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Sonamarg, some of the world famous tourist resorts of Kashmir Valley are Achabal, Kokernag, Verinag, Daksum, Aharbal, Yusmarg, Aharbal, etc., which if elaborated will needs hundreds of pages. Some of the other world famous lakes present in the State are Wular and Mansbal Lakes  so overall we can say true beauty of kashmir lies in its culture.


Tuesday, 2 September 2014


FENG  means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means bad luck, or misfFeng ortune.
Feng shui is based on the Taoist vision and understanding of nature, particularly on the idea that the land is alive and filled with Chi, or energy.

The main tools used in a feng shui analysis are the Compass and the Bagua. The feng shui energy map, or bagua , is an octagonal grid containing the symbols of the I Ching , the ancient oracle on which feng shui is based. Knowing the bagua of your home will help you understand the connection of specific feng shui areas of your home to specific areas of your lIFE

             Some dismiss feng shui as an old Chinese myth or a fad for kooky new agers, but feng shui advocates say that it can improve everything from harmony in the home to wealth and well-being.
But what exactly is feng shui? Is it science or superstition? Where did it come from? And how do you use it? In this article, we'll address all of your questions about the art of feng shui.

Feng shui literally translates from Chinese as "wind" (feng) and water ("shui"). It's the art of arranging buildings, objects, space and life to achieve harmony and balance. Feng shui works on the assumption that the world is driven by unseen forces. The idea behind it is to "unblock" the way, so the forces may flow freely and create balance in a space (or life).
The main difference between the practices of feng shui (or "vastu" in the Hindu culture) and Western traditions is a belief that we as humans are connected to the spaces we inhabit. Believers in feng shui see sacred purposes and mystical meanings behind design -- not just artistically appealing buildings