Sunday, April 7, 2019

Swami Vivekananda




Swami Vivekananda.



Swami Vivekananda was born on 12th January 1863 in Kolkata. His father name is Vishwanath Dutt and mother's name was Bhuvaneshwari Devi. Before he became a hermit his name was Narenranath Dutt. And he was also known as Naren. His family was well known for wealth, tradition.. ..large heartedness and was scholarly. Vishwanath Dutt was Attorney at Law at Kolkata high court. He used to practice law at the Kolkata high school. He was a thinker. A person who was extremely kind. He had a great deal of empathy towards the poor. He had a passionate and valuable point of view.. ..towards religious and social issues. Bhuvaneshwari Devi was a very simple lady. His father believed in the western culture. He wanted to educate his son Narendra in English.. ..and make him the follow the western culture.


Swami Vivekananda Teachings



Narendra was always very sharp. And his interest lied in God and spirituality. Hence he joined the Brahma society first. But he didn't find peace there. In the meanwhile he had graduated in BA from the Kolkata university. And started preparing for the law exam. At this time he met lots of people.. ..to clear his religious and spiritual doubts. But he didn't find any answers to his doubts anywhere. 


One day one of his relatives took him to Ramkrishna Paramhansa. Swami RamKrishna Paramhans asked Narendra as soon as he saw him. Can you sing a hymn? Narendra said. Yes I can. Then Narendra sang a couple of hymns in his melodious voice. Swami Paramhans was really pleased with his hymns. From that time Narendra started singing hymns for Swami Paramhans. And became his disciple. He had become a staunch follower of the Veda theology. Between 1887 and 1892.. ..Swami Vivekanand lived a life of anonymity. After performing penance in a life of solitude.. ..he went on a tour of India. Swami Paramhans left for the heavenly abode on 16th August 1886.

Swami Vivekanand wanted to make an important contribution.. ..in the propaganda of Veda and Yoga in the western culture . He was a famous and an impactful guru of the Vedas. His real name was Narendra Nath Dutt. He had represented the Hindu ideology.. ..at the world religious conference held at Chicago in 1893. India's Vedas managed to reach every country of America and Europe.. ..thanks to Swami Vivekanand. He established the Ram Krishna mission and it is doing its work even today. He was Swami Ramkrishna Parmamhans's well qualified and talented disciple. He is known for starting his speech he made at the US.. ..with the line my dear American brothers and sisters. Swami Vivekanand has mentioned Pawhari Baba.. ..at various places in his speech and writing. Pawhari means someone who feeds on air. A well-known fact about Pawhari Baba was that he wouldn't eat anything. He was really impressed by this weird sage.. ..and he also penned Pawhari Baba's biography. Pawhari Baba used to live in a cave. He would meditate in the cave for days and months on end. No one knows what he use to eat during that long a period. That's why people named him Pawhari Baba. Pawhari meant someone who feeds on air. Someone who spend his life only by consuming air.

 The speech made by Swami Vivekananda.. ..at the world religious conference in Chicago. Swami Vivekananda really discussed speech at Chicago.. ..at the world religious conference on 11 December 1893. At whatever point individuals talk about him.. ..this discourse of his definitely talked about. His speech read. Get up. Wake up. And don't stop till you achieve your goal. I teach love and love only. And my teaching is based on the great facts of the Vedas.. ..which enlighten us about equality and completeness of the soul. Success has three important aspects. Purity, patience and determination. But what's above everything is love. We need an educated which develops the character.. ..develops the mental powers, expands our knowledge.. ..and which makes us able enough to be independent. Explain to yourself and explain others. Call out to the soul that's asleep. And see how it comes to life. When a dormant soul comes to life.. ..you'll achieve power, progress, goodness. Everything. My belief systems can be communicated in these words as it were. Human kind should use divinity at every step of the age. We strive to get more in life because of power only. And this makes us commit sins. And invite sorrow. Weakness is the reason for sins and sorrows. Weakness opens the door for ignorance. And ignorance opens the door for sorrow. If you have faith in 33 crore Gods and Goddesses.. ..but not in your own self then you cannot attain salvation. Have faith in yourself. Stay dogged and become strong. This is what we need. The maxim of Swami's ideologies is inspired.. ..from a mantra of the kathopanishad.

Shivaji

Biography and History of Shivaji



Shivaji won many battles with Guerrilla system They are also considered as proto-nationalists and heroes of Hindus In 1674, the coronation of Shivaji Maharaj became and he got the title of Chhatrapati Let's read his biography in detail Early life of Shivaji Maharaj

Shivaji Maharaj was born in 1627 in Shivneri fort in Junar city of Pune district There is a debate on their birthday But Maharashtra Government has accepted his birthday on February 19, 1630 His mother named him Shivaji on the name of Lord Shivay who kept praying for a healthy family Shivaji Bhosle, father of Shivaji Maharaj was a Maratha general who used to work for the Deccan Sultanate Shivaji Maharaj mother Jijabai was the daughter of Lakhooji Rao Jadhav of Sindhkhed At the time of Shivaji's birth, Deccan's power was in three Islamic Sultanate Bijapur, Ahmednagar and Golconda Shahaji often used to change his loyalty between the Nizamshahi, Adilshah and the Mughals But he always kept his manor in Pune and he had a small army with him Shivaji Maharaj was very devoted to his mother Jijabai who was very religious The religious atmosphere had a profound influence on Shivaji Because of which Shivaji Maharaj has written the great Hindu texts like Ramayana And Mahabharat stories also listen to his mother Because of these two texts he continued to defend Hindu values for life During this time Shahaji married another And with his second wife Tukabai, Shahaji went to Adalshah for military campaigns in Karnataka He left Shivaji and Jijabai and made his protector Dadoji Konande Dadoji taught Shivaji the basic fighting techniques such as horse riding, fencing and shooting Shivaji was an ardent warrior since childhood However, due to this he was given only formal education in which he could not read the writing But even then he was well remembered by them Shivaji united his trusted friends and army from the Maval region Shivaji Maharaj with Maval peers Shivaji strengthening himself And for the knowledge of their motherland, they used to roam the hills and forests of Sahyadri Range So that he can be prepared for military efforts

Shivaji was taken to Bangalore at the age of 12 Where his senior brother Sambhaji and his step brother were already formally trained Shivaji Maharaj was married to Sibai of Nimbalkar family in 1640 In 1645, Kishore Shivaji first manifested the concept of Hindavi Swarajya before Lord Narada Naras Shivaji's struggle with the Adilshahi Sultanate In 1645, at the age of 15, Shivaji Maharaj gave the Adilshah army an instruction to attack Torna fort won the attack Firangoji Narsaa accepted Shivaji's allegiance And Shivaji captured the fort of Kondana Some facts tell us that Shahaji was released on this condition in 1649 That Shivaji and Sambhaji leave the fort of Kondana But some facts tell Shahaji in imprisonment from 1653 to 1655 After the release of Shahaji, he was discharged from public life and during the hunting, he died around 1645 After the death of father Shivaji Maharaj attacked Again, In 1656, the empire of Jawali was captured by neighboring Maratha chief In 1659,

Adilshah sent an experienced and legendary commander Afzal Khan to destroy Shivaji Maharaj So that they will reduce regional rebellion On November 10, 1659, they met in a cottage on the foothills of Pratapgad Fort Such a decree was made that both will come with only one sword Shivaji doubted that Afzal Khan would come up with a strategy to attack him Therefore, Shivaji hides his armor under his clothes, a hidden tiger hidden on the right arm And bring a Skewer in the left hand According to the facts, one of the two first struck, In the Maratha history, Afzal Khan has been described as a betrayer While in Parsi history Shivaji is described as treacherous In this fight, Afzal Khan's dash was stopped in Shivaji's armor And Shivaji's weapon Tiger Nakail made so many deadly wounds on Afzal Khan that he died After this Shivaji ordered his hideout to attack Bijapur In 10 November 1659, Battle of Pratapgarh In which Shivaji army defeated the army of the Sultanate of Bijapur The aggressive Maratha, Infantry and horseman started attacking Bijapur And even before the cavalry army of Bijapur invaded Maratha army pushed back Bijapur army 3000 soldiers of Bijapur army were killed and Afzal Khan's two sons were taken captive With this bravery Shivaji Marathe became a hero and great hero in folk song Maratha army with a large number of seized weapons, horses, And other military equipment The Maratha army became stronger Mughal emperor Aurangzeb considered Shivaji a big threat to the Mughal empire In 1660, Adilshah, his new general, Siddi Jauhar Alliance with Mughlo made preparations for the attack At that time Shivaji's army was camping in Panhala present-day Kolhapur The army of Siddi Johar surrounded Shivaji's army while closing the supply routes from the fort During the bombing of Panhala, Siddi Jauhar extended his war capacity Bought grenades from the British Also, some British gunners were also appointed to carry out some bombing Shivaji became angry with this alleged betrayal Because they had looted grenades from an English factory in Rajapur In 1666 Aurangzeb called Shivaji with his nine year old son, Sambhaji, in Agra Aurangzeb had plans to send Shivaji to Kandahar So that he could unite the Mughal empire in the Northwest Frontier On May 12, 1666, Aurangzeb asked Shivaji to stand behind his manners in the court Shivaji considered it as his insult and rage at the court in anger Shivaji was immediately arrested by Kotwal of Agra Shivaji now has enough land and wealth from his military operations But they did not get any formal title yet The title of a king could have prevented them from coming to the challenge


Shivaji was given the title of Raja of Maratha in Raigad Panditas coronated with the holy water of seven rivers After consecration, Shivaji took blessings from Jijabai About 5000 people of Raigad had gathered in that ceremony Shivaji was also given the title of Chhatrapati Jijabai died after some days of coronation The coronation was done for the second time, considering it as an ominous Victory in Southern India and the last days of Shivaji In the beginning of 1674, Marathas launched an aggressive campaign and attacked Khandesh Bijapuri Ponda, Karwar and Kolhapur were captured After this, Shivaji sent a large army to South India and won the Adilshahi fort Shivaji Reconciliation to deal with his Stepbrother Venkoji But he failed, therefore defeated him while returning from Raigad and captured most of Mysore's parts In 1680, Shivaji fell sick and left the world at the age of 52 After Shivaji's death, His wife Soyarabai planned to put his son Rajaram on the throne Instead of Sambhaji Maharaj, ten years old Rajaram was placed on the throne However, Sambhaji, after killing the commander, took possession of Raigad Fort and sat on the throne himself Sambhaji Maharaj sent Rajaram, his wife Janaki Bai to jail And mother Soyarabai hanged on conspiracy charges Sambhaji Maharaj then fought for the Marathas for many years as a brave warrior Marathas fought a war against Mughals for 27 years after Shivaji's death And finally defeated the Mughals After this the British had ended the Maratha empire.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Reena Roy





"Let go of my arms" "Leave me alone" Seen emoting beautifully on the silver screen. Sometimes as a serpent woman.. ..and appearing as Asha, at times. 
Reena Roy. "Disco station, Disco.' "Disco station." "Let go of my arms."

Reena Roy was born on 7 January in 1957. She was born to a Muslim father and a Hindu mother. A few years after her birth, her parents got divorced. That's a reason why she turned towards films. And, she was cast in films at fifteen or sixteen years of age. ...or sixteen years of age. ..B.R. Ishaar film, "Nayi Duniya Naye Log". She co-starred with Danny Denzongpa in the film. But the film was canned. After that, B. R. Ishaara made the film "Zaroorat". In which he cast Reena Roy and Danny Denzongpa. And a newcomer Vijay Arora made his debut, too. After the film, Zaroorat, Reena Roy gained some recognition. She appeared in a film "Jaise Ko Taisa" in 1973.. ..and a rain sequence featuring her created a sensation. But, still she was struggling. In the 1975 film, "Kaalicharan".. ..after this film Reena Roy never looked back. This was a film, in which Subhash Ghai.. ..appeared as director.. ..for the first time. And at the same time, Shatrughan Sinha was cast.. ..who was making the switch from villain to leading man. After this film, Reena Roy.. ..and Shatrughan Sinha made a famous pair. Some spoke of them being linked up, too. Reena Roy spoke with Sunil Dutt in many films, too. Which featured the 1975 film "Nagin" at the top of the list. Reena Roy played.. ..a shape shifting serpent woman in the film. And she won appreciation for her acting and dancing skills. Reena Roy's films were doing well, one after the other. But, once again, her film with Shatrughan Sinha.. .."Vishwanath" created a sensation at the box office. 

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By 1983, Reena Roy was considered.. ..the topmost leading lady of the industry. And that's when she made a decision.. ..which shook up the industry folks.. ..as well as her fans. It was the decision to get married. She married the Pakistani cricketer Mohsin Khan. And after the wedding, she almost gave up acting in films. Considering the cracks in her marriage.. ..Reena Roy divorced her husband. Then, she turned back to the film industry in 1992. This time, she was acting as a character actress in films. But, the comeback of a leading lady.. ..could only make her a character actress. After her return, Reena Roy acted in the film,.. .."Aadmi Khilona Hai" and in J. P. Dutta's film, "Refugee". She will have a special place in India cinema. For the latest news and gossip in Bollywood.. .

Narendra Modi


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Narendra Modi full name Narendra Damodardas Modi He was born on 17 September 1950 in Vadnagar, Dist. Mehsana (Gujarat) His father name Damodar Das Mulchand Modi Mother name Hiraben Modi And He was married to Jashodaben His family is associated with the dalit-Teli sect, Those who fall in the other backward classes of the Indian government.

Narendra Modi Damodaradas Mulchand And Hiraben Modi was the third among 6 children As a child, Narendra Modi used to help sell his father tea at Vadnagar Railway Station, And after some time he started running his own tea stall near the bus stand with his brother He got his higher secondary education from Vadnagar in 1967 Narendra Modi teacher told him about that, There was a great debate with a simple student The teachers also honored him for his eloquence in the debate Narendra Modi plays a role while making drama, which is bigger than his life, And this was the impact of his political life.

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Narendra Modi started attending the local branch of RSS in 8-year-old age training And there he met Laxmanrao Inamdar, who was known as lawyer Who also appointed Modi's RSS volunteer, And he also became the State Adviser of Narendra Modi When Modi was taking his training in RSS, then he was Vasant Gajendragkar And Nathalal Jaghada also meet with leaders of Indian Jana Sangh At the young age, his local girl was married to Jashodaben, Narendra Modi had graduated from high school at the same time, so he rejected his marriage And due to family conflicts, he had to leave his house in 1967 As a result, he spent his 2 North and North-East journeys In the interview, Modi also mentioned Hindu Hermitage established by Swami Vivekananda, As well as the Belur Math of Kolkata, the Aswita Hermitage of Almora And also mentioned Ramkrishna Mission of Rajkot At all places stayed for very little time, Because he did not have any college education Modi visited the Belur Math in 1968 and soon he was removed from there, Modi traveled on the streets of Calcutta, West Bengal and Assam and Guwahati And then finally he went to Ramkrishna Hermitage of Almora, Because of no high education, they were reassigned And then in Delhi and Rajasthan, they returned to Gujarat in 1968-69 Sometimes he had visited Vadnagar once or twice before leaving Ahmedabad around 1969-70 Later he started living with his uncle, Who used to work in Road Transport Corporation of Gujarat In Ahmedabad, Narendra Modi introduced himself to Inamdar again, Who were present in the Headgewar Building (RSS head office) After the 1971 Indo-Pak war, Narendra Modi stopped working for his uncle And became a full time publisher of RSS In 1978, Narendra Modi became a RSS Divisional campaigner And got a degree in Political Science from Delhi Vidyalaya Five years later he got master and Arts degree from the Gujarat School of Political Science.

In the June 2013 Lok Sabha elections, Narendra Modi was declared as Prime Minister candidate from BJP Where many people had already assumed them as the Prime Minister of India Why many people believed that Modi has the strength and understanding of changing India's economic condition and developing India finally, in May 2014, he and his BJP party registered 282 out of 534 Lok Sabha seats and got history With this, he defeated the Indian National Congress, Which has been holding Indian politics since the last 60 years And the Indian people showed up at that time they wanted to make changes in India as Modi With this victory he defeated the Indian National Congress, Famous slogans of 2014: This time Modi's government and good days are coming soon! 

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Mother Teresa



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Mother Teresa the 'angel of mercy' dedicated herself to the service of human beings and served god amongst the poorest of the poor, sick and also the dying for over fifty years of her life.

Teresa was born as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhin on 26th August 1910 in Skopje, now the capital of Macedonia to Albanian parents. She was the youngest of three children. Exposed early to prayer and repair, she was deeply spiritual. At the age of eighteen, she left home for capital of Ireland, Ireland, to join the Loretto abbey and become a nun of the Roman Catholic church. After her coaching, she was given the name of Sister Theresa. Sisters of Our girl of Loreto, were terribly active in India, doing missionary work. She came to India on January 6, 1929 to become an educator and was rapt at the sight of the halting and helpless folks on the pavements. She taught in St. Mary's convent faculty in metropolis for fifteen years anon became the head.In 1937, she took her final vows as a nun, in Darjeeling.

In 1947, on a journey to Darjeeling later referred by her because the most vital journey of her life she had a vision or decision to depart the convent, to live among the poor and to take care of the sick and the dying, the hungry, the homeless, to be God's Love in action to the poorest of the poor, which was the start of the Missionaries of Charity. At first she didn't get the permission to depart the convent however in 1948 she got the permission specifically from Pope Pius XIII to depart the the Loreto community and work among the city's poor. She left the convent, took basic training in nursing and went to live in the nearby slum. She wore a reasonable and straightforward white dress with a blue border, that became the foremost recognised image of the Sisters of Charity. Following one amongst her former student, others joined her in her mission. In 1948, she opened the first slum school.
As the congregation grew she sought-after approval from the Pope and shifted to 54A Lower Circular Road, thatbecame the Mother House. The Missionaries of charity was formally established as a spiritual congregation for the bishopric of Kolkata in Oct1950. The organisation devoted to the working for the destitute, now have thousands of homes and members all over the country and abroad. Calcutta became the center of her humanitarian activities. Her 1st home was 'Nirmal Hriday' (pure heart) for the sick and therefore the dying, and then ' Shishu Bhavan' for the disabled, orphaned and mentally retarded children, 'Shanti Nagar', a colony for lepers wherever they were cared for, they could learn a skill, build their own houses and could work on their own fields, AIDS hospices and so on. The first home outside Republic of India was based in 1965 in Venezuela. Others were later opened in Italia, Tanzania, Australia, US, Communist Cuba, former Soviet Union etc.

Mother Teresa became an Indian citizen in 1962.
She has received several national and international awards in recognition of her noble work for humanity.
The first award being Padmashri for distinguished service (1962), then the Magsaysay Award the same year, Pope John XXIII Peace Prize (1971), Good Samaritan Award (1971), John . F. Kennedy International Award (1971), Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International peace (1972), Nobel Peace Prize (1979), Bharat Ratna (1980), Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award (1993) etc. were some of them.
In 1983, at the age of seventy two, Mother was diagnosed with a serious heart condition and her health steadily worsened.
In 1990, Mother had decided to step down as the head due to her failing health and so called a conclave of sisters to choose a successor. But in a secret ballot, she was re-elected with one dissenting vote, that was her own. In 1991 she underwent heart surgery and in March 1997, Sister Nirmala a former Hindu converted to Roman Catholic was elected to succeed Mother Teresa as leader of Missionaries of Charity.
On Sep five, 1997 the 87-year old mother died of severe cardiac arrest at the Missionaries of Charity headquarters in Kolkata.

The late mother schooled the globe the wonder in giving and left behind a colossal organisation with the need to continue her work.
Mother was blessed by Pope John Paul II at St.
Peters sq. in residence, on October 19th 2003, seven years after her death.
Henceforth the mother are going to be brought up because the The Blessed Theresa of Kolkata
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