Thursday, 28 September 2017

What to do with this Man.? Rahul’s image problem is something that won’t go away easily.!

In a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi cited yoga to highlight his point. He stated that on Yoga Day he saw the PM perform different asanas but was surprised by the latter’s inability to do the basic padmasana properly. “I’ve done some yoga. Admittedly, I’m not very good at it, but my yoga guru used to tell me that if you practise yoga regularly, you can very easily do the padmasana. The converse though isn’t true. Anyone who doesn’t do yoga regularly can’t do the padmasana,” Rahul elaborated.

Rahul’s larger point was that Modi is insincere in his efforts. That the PM says he wants to transform the nation, but ends up failing to get even the basics right. First of all, as far as Rahul metaphors go, one must admit that this one isn’t too bad. Coming at a time when the government’s demonetisation exercise has been questioned by several quarters – both domestically and from abroad – the yoga metaphor of having the right intention but not being able to do a basic asana fits perfectly. After all, the growing consensus is that demonetisation may have been a good idea, but it was executed poorly and without proper planning.
In fact, this is a recurrent trope with this government. It wants to have bullet trains but can’t seem to prevent railway accidents due to poor track maintenance. It wants to provide the armed forces with state-of-art weaponry but can’t seem to be able to supply proper rations to the jawans. It wants a Blue Water navy, but has warships keeling over in its dockyards. It wants a digital economy, but is yet to ensure 24×7 uninterrupted power supply to each and every village in the country. Thus, Rahul’s padmasana jibe sticks well.
That said, the thing with Rahul is that he suffers from an image problem. The “pappu” tag continues to dog him. Hence, anything he says, even if sensible, doesn’t have the intended impact. His critics can simply call him “pappu” to undermine his point and divert attention from the content of his speech. In fact, this is even reflected in popular political cartoons where he is usually depicted as a clueless adolescent.
But to get out of this image problem, Rahul must persevere. If he continues to make intelligent statements, irrespective of the criticism, there will come a time when people will start taking him seriously. But for that to happen he needs to be consistent and on point. And over a period time people themselves will get tired of the pappu trope and change their perception about Rahul. When or if that will happen is something that’s entirely up to Rahul himself.

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10 Funny Pictures (Memes) Of Rahul Gandhi

DISCLAIMER: - I’m sure that these all funny memes will make you laugh. Here one thing i wanna tell you that THERANDOMLESSON doesn’t want to hurt the feeling of anyone. It is just for fun.

बदलती लाइफस्टाइल से हो सकता है स्तन कैंसर , ऐसे करें बचाव ! Attention..! Attention..!!

 भारत में महिलाओं में कैंसर के मामलों में 27 प्रतिशत मामले स्तन कैंसर के हैं. इस तरह की परेशानी 30 वर्ष की उम्र के शुरुआती वर्षो में होती है, जो आगे चलकर 50 से 64 वर्ष की उम्र में भी हो सकती है. स्तन कैंसर के कुछ लक्षणों में स्तन या बगल में गांठ बन जाना, स्तन के निप्पल से खून आना, स्तन की त्वचा पर नारंगी धब्बे पड़ना, स्तन में दर्द होना, गले या बगल में लिम्फ नोड्स के कारण सूजन होना आदि प्रमुख हैं. आंकड़ों के मुताबिक, 28 में से किसी एक महिला को जीवनकाल में कभी न कभी स्तन कैंसर होने का अंदेशा रहता है. इंडियन मेडिकल एसोसिएशन (आईएमए) के मुताबिक, भारतीय महिलाओं में छोटी उम्र में ही स्तन कैंसर होने लगा है. जागरूकता की कमी और रोग की पहचान में देरी के चलते उपचार में कठिनाई भी आती है. 

स्तन कैंसर में इस रोग के ऊतक या टिश्यू स्तन के अंदर विकसित होते हैं. इस रोग होने के पीछे जो कारक हैं, उनमें प्रमुख हैं- जीन की बनावट, पर्यावरण और दोषपूर्ण जीवनशैली. बचाव के लिए जरूरी है कि 30 वर्ष से अधिक आयु की महिलाओं की स्क्रीनिंग आवश्यक रूप से की जाए. साथ ही जीवनशैली में भी कुछ बदलाव किए जाएं तो इस रोग की आशंका कम की जा सकती है. 

उच्च वायु प्रदूषण से बढ़ सकता है स्तन कैंसर का खतरा
आईएमए के अध्यक्ष पद्मश्री डॉ. के.के. अग्रवाल ने कहा, "यह ज्ञात हो चुका है कि डीएनए में अचानक से होने वाले परिवर्तनों के कारण सामान्य स्तन कोशिकाओं में कैंसर हो जाता है. यद्यपि इनमें से कुछ परिवर्तन तो माता-पिता से मिलते हैं, लेकिन बाकी ऐसे परिवर्तन जीवन में खुद ही प्राप्त होते हैं. प्रोटोओंकोजीन्स की मदद से ये कोशिकाएं बढ़ती ताजी हैं. जब इन कोशिकाओं में म्यूटेशन या उत्परिवर्तन होता है, तब ये कैंसर कोशिकाएं बेरोकटोक बढ़ती जाती हैं. 
ऐसे उत्परिवर्तन को ओंकोजीन के रूप में जाना जाता है. एक अनियंत्रित कोशिका वृद्धि कैंसर का कारण बन सकती है. बीआरसीए1 और बीआरसीए2 जीन में उत्परिवर्तन होते हैं. माता-पिता से उत्परिवर्तित जीन से स्तन कैंसर का जोखिम अधिक होता है. उच्च जोखिम वाली महिलाओं को हर साल एमआरआई और मैमोग्राम कराना चाहिए." 

‘हॉर्मोनल गर्भनिरोधक से बढ़ता है स्तन कैंसर का खतरा’
डॉ. अग्रवाल ने कहा, "एस्ट्रोजेन स्तन ग्रंथियों के ऊतकों के विभाजन को तीव्र करता है. किसी महिला में यदि लंबे समय तक एस्ट्रोजेन अधिक रहता है, तो स्तन कैंसर का खतरा बढ़ा रहता है. यदि 11 वर्ष की आयु या उससे पहले ही मासिक धर्म शुरू हो जाए या 55 वर्ष या उससे अधिक उम्र में रजोनिवृत्ति हो तो माना जाता है कि एस्ट्रोजेन का एक्सपोजर अधिक है. महिलाओं को 45 वर्ष से 54 वर्ष की उम्र तक हर साल एक बार स्क्रीनिंग मैमोग्राम करा लेना चाहिए. 55 वर्ष या अधिक उम्र की महिलाओं को सालाना स्क्रीनिंग करानी चाहिए."

स्तन कैंसर से बचाव के कुछ उपाय 
शराब का सेवन कम करें : शराब से स्तन कैंसर होने का खतरा बढ़ जाता है. यदि आदी हों तो दिन में एक पैग से अधिक न लें, क्योंकि शराब की कम मात्रा से भी खतरा रहता है. 
  • धूम्रपान से बचें : अनुसंधान बताता है कि धूम्रपान और स्तन कैंसर के बीच एक संबंध है. इसलिए, यह आदत छोड़ने में ही भलाई है. 
  • शरीर का वजन काबू में रखें : सक्रिय जीवन जीएं. अधिक वजन या मोटापे से स्तन कैंसर का खतरा बढ़ जाता है. रोजाना लगभग 30 मिनट व्यायाम अवश्य करें.
  • स्तनपान : स्तनपान कराने से स्तन कैंसर की रोकथाम होती है. 
  • हार्मोन थेरेपी को कम करें : हार्मोन थेरेपी की अवधि तीन से पांच साल तक होने पर स्तन कैंसर का खतरा बढ़ जाता है. सबसे कम खुराक का प्रयोग करें जो आपके लिए प्रभावी है. आप कितना हारमोन लेते हैं इसकी निगरानी डॉक्टर खुद करे तो बेहतर होगा. 
  • स्वस्थ आहार लें : फलों और सब्जियों से समृद्ध, संपूर्ण अनाज और कम वसा वाला आहार लें. 
  • तनाव से बचें : यह प्रतिरक्षा को कमजोर करता है और शरीर के रक्षा तंत्र को बिगाड़ता है. योग अभ्यास, गहरी सांस लेने और व्यायामक रने से लाभ होता है.

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Know why eating onion and garlic is a big no-no during Navratri..!

Hey Friends, the season of festival is here. i hope u all are having great fun and masti. Indian festival are full of colors, joy, foods, specially sweets. we all love that..! but there is something more. Many people remain on fast during these festival. thats actually a way of self cleaning, cleansing of body and mind and soul. they abstain from slat, some abstain from spicy food, some remain on nimbu pani, while some go on a complete fast.

But do you know,  Each and every devotee who celebrates the festival of Navratri (durgapuja) will never eat or even touch onion or garlic during the nine-day-long celebrations. Families observing fast or even otherwise avoid onion and garlic preparations during the festival but hardly know the reason behind this prohibition. if you are from India, you may be knowing this But people who are not from India, barely know this. here is the reason why they do so..!
If you are amongst those curious souls who are still wondering why is onion and garlic is barred during the nine days of Navratri, we are here to answer.
In Hinduism, all the food items have been catergorised into three parts which are Rajasic, Tamasic and Sattvik bhojan. It is believed that Sattvik food items are the ones that provide spiritual advancement. All vegetarian food items, with few as exceptions, are Saatvik in nature.
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Sattvic diet gives importance to seasonal foods, fruits, dairy products, nuts, seeds, oils, ripe vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and non-meat based proteins. Rajasic food items, on the other hand, have a stimulating effect on body and mind. It has neither positive or negative impact on the body.
Food that harms the mind or body is considered to Tamasic in nature. It is believed to cause mental dullness. Since onion and garlic are classified as Tamasic in nature, they are prohibited during the nine-day-long holy festival.
So, we hope now you know what makes onion and garlic an untouchable item during the festivity. 

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JioPhone comes with many ifs and buts, Top 10 points to keep in mind Before you Buy a Jiophone..!

 According to Jio, the JioPhone is now reaching people. Although, it is reaching people in smaller and rural India towns first so that is why you may not have got it, or may not know anyone right now who has got it. This is all according to Jio. But the company also says that in the next two weeks, it hopes to ship out at least 6 million JioPhone units, so if you have pre-booked it in August, you should get it soon enough. Hopefully.
Now, once you get it, you will have to use it according to Jio's rules. No, you can't put in the Airtel SIM in it. That was pretty clear anyways, but now Jio has updated its terms and conditions for the JioPhone to make a few other important points clear to consumers. So what are the JioPhone terms and conditions? In while, we explain.
The telecom company has updated its terms and conditions page and it is sure to give an uneasiness to many potential JioPhone buyers. The company has revealed that it may repossess the JioPhone if the  user fails to recharge the phone for a minimum value of Rs 1500 per annum for 3 years. The company would also levy 'early return charges' if the phone is returned within 3 years. But let's take it one by one.
1. The JioPhone comes with "early return" charges. This means buyer should expect the full-refund of the security deposit only after the completion of 36 months. User will be given 3-months window to hand over the phone to the company. The company states that the phone should be returned "on or after the expiry of thirty six months but before the expiry of thirty nine months from the date of first issue."
2. The security deposit would be forfeited if the phone is not returned within the 3-month window. "The Refundable Deposit shall stand forfeited on the expiry of the Return Period without any further notice to the Recipient," says the company.

3. JioPhone is locked to the Jio network which means only a Jio SIM in the phone and not any Airtel or Vodafone SIM. However, India Today Tech has learn that the JioPhone will not be locked to any particular Jio number as of now. This means that you can use any Jio SIM in the JioPhone. However, the company has also hinted that it may lock the phone to a particular number in future.

4. You won't be given any refund if you return your JioPhone within 12 months from the date of issuance of the phone. You'll be charged Rs 1000 plus applicable GST or other taxes if you return the phone after 12 months and before 24 months. It is Rs 500 if you after 24 months and up to 36 months from the date of first issue of the JioPhone.
5. The company says that returning the JioPhone does not cancel the recipient's service contract with the Jio. This means that you can continue using the Jio SIM that came along with the JioPhone.

6. Jio holds the right to repossess your JioPhone if you fail to recharge your number with a minimum value of Rs 1500 per annum for 3 years. This means that you have to spend a total of at least Rs 4500 on the JioPhone to use it.

7. Reliance Retail (RRL), which will sell Jio Phone, will have access to the device's "precise geo-location and other information related to your location on a regular basis through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi signals, calendar entries and other technologies and data." It seems that user consent will not be sought to collect this data when the person is using the device and there will be no way to turn off the tracking.

8. In case the JioPhone is repossessed by the company for not recharging with the stipulated amount as stated by the company, the user will also have to pay the early return charges. Also, users can't sell the JioPhone to someone else.

9. In case of repossession, users will be liable to pay the early return charges as set by the company.

10. Jio says that while returning the device, the users will have to ensure that the JioPhone is in working condition, undamaged, and doesn't have any user data on it.

पैर चलेंगे तब तक आपकी सांसें चलेगी और आप सेहतमंद रहेंगे: A FILM DIALOG BECAME LITERALLY CORRECT

अगला Article शुरु करने से पहले..हम आपको 1975 में रिलीज़ हुई हिंदी फिल्म.. शोले का एक Dialogue सुनाना चाहते हैं. फिल्म शोले में गब्बर ने कहा था कि जब तक तेरे पैर चलेंगे.. तब तक उसकी सांस चलेंगी लेकिन The Lancet की एक नयी Study ने इस Dialogue में थोड़ा संशोधन कर दिया है. Study के मुताबिक जब तक आपके पैर चलेंगे तब तक आपकी सांसें चलेगी और आप सेहतमंद रहेंगे. 

अकसर आपमें से बहुत से लोग ये सोचते हैं कि कल से Workout या Walk करना शुरू कर देंगे लेकिन ऐसा हो नहीं पाता....क्योंकि कल... कभी नहीं आता...और यही आलस धीरे धीरे आपकी जिंदगी का सबसे बड़ा बोझ बन जाता है. ब्रिटेन के Medical Journal.. The Lancet की नई स्टडी के मुताबिक अगर आप हफ़्ते में 150 मिनट का Workout करते हैं तो आप वक़्त से पहले होने वाली मौत के ख़तरे से बच सकते हैं...
अगर हर रोज़ 30 मिनट तक Workout किया जाए तो दिल की बीमारियों से होने वाली 12 मौतों में से 1 मौत टाली जा सकती है ये 30 मिनट का Workout. अगर आप हफ़्ते में सिर्फ़ 5 दिन भी कर लें, तो आपकी सेहत अच्छी हो जाएगी ये स्टडी World Health Organization की Guidelines को ध्यान में रखकर तैयार की गई है  WHO के मुताबिक 18 से 64 वर्ष की उम्र के लोग अगर एक हफ़्ते में 150 मिनट Aerobic Exercises करते है तो दिल की बीमारियों से बचा जा सकता है, 
अगर आप Aerobics नहीं करना चाहते है तो Gym में  Workout कर सकते हैं..अगर समय की कमी है तो Office.. पैदल जा सकते हैं. अगर ये भी नहीं कर सकते तो घर के छोटे-मोटे काम खुद करना शुरू कर दें. जैसे - घर की सफाई, कार की सफाई या अपने पालतू जानवर को घुमाना. छोटी- छोटी आदतों को बदलकर आप अपनी सेहत में एक बड़ा बदलाव कर सकते हैं . इस स्टडी में 17 देशों के 1 लाख 70 हज़ार लोगों को शामिल किया गया जिनमें से 24 हज़ार लोग भारतीय थे. अक्सर ये कहा जाता है कि भारत के पास युवा शक्ति का भंडार है.. यहां 65 प्रतिशत आबादी 18 से 35 वर्ष के युवाओं की हैं. लेकिन दुख की बात ये है कि देश के ज़्यादातर युवा Hypertension यानी Blood Pressure के मरीज़ बन रहे हैं. 
एक स्टडी के मुताबिक भारत में करीब 7 करोड़ से ज़्यादा युवा... हाई ब्लड प्रेशर के मरीज है. हाई ब्लड प्रेशर दिल की बीमारियों का एक मुख्य कारण हैं..इसलिए भारत में करीब 3 करोड़ लोग दिल की बीमारियों से पीड़ित हैं. वर्ष 2015 में करीब 2 लाख 60 हज़ार लोगों की मौत की मुख्य वजह Hypertension था. देश के सबसे बड़े अस्पताल AIIMS के नये रिसर्च के मुताबिक पिछले 20 वर्षों में दिल्ली के हर 5 में से 3 युवा High Blood Pressure के शिकार हो चुके हैं.  Medical Science में Hypertension यानी ब्लड प्रेशर को एक लाइलाज बीमारी माना जाता है जिसमें मरीज़ को ज़िंदगी भर दवाई खानी पड़ती है.. लेकिन अपनी जीवनशैली में सुधार लाकर.. इस बीमारी से आसानी से बचा जा सकता है.
World Heart Federation के मुताबिक अगर आप रोज 30 मिनट Workout करते हैं तो दिल की बीमारियों का खतरा 30 प्रतिशत कम हो जाता है. एक स्टडी के मुताबिक 30 मिनट पैदल चलने से दिल की बीमारियों का खतरा 24 प्रतिशत और diabetes का खतरा 30 प्रतिशत कम हो जाता है . अगर धूम्रपान करने वाले लोग अपनी इस आदत को छोड़ दें तो वो 15 दिन के अंदर दिल की बीमारियों से उतने ही ज़्यादा दूर हो जाएंगे जितना धूम्रपान ना करने वाला कोई इंसान होता है. इन बातों पर अमल करके आप खुद को स्वस्थ रख सकते हैं... हमें उम्मीद है कि ये छोटा सा विश्लेषण देखने के बाद आप खुद को और अपने परिवार के सदस्यों को.. हानिकारक लाइफस्टाइल और खानपान की आदतों में बदलाव लाने के लिए प्रेरित करेंगे. इस ख़बर का मूल मंत्र वही है.. Scan... Analyse और Share...  आपने और हमने मिलकर इस ख़बर को Scan कर लिया.. इसका विश्लेषण कर लिया.. अब आपको इसे अपने परिवार और मित्रों के साथ शेयर करना है.. क्योंकि हमारे देश को Walk और Workout वाली क्रांति की ज़रूरत है. क्योंकि स्वस्थ लोग ही.. भारत को सुपरपावर बना सकते हैं
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friends, if you like this article plz share with your loved one and tell them the importance of doing exercise. it may be anything but make sure they engage in some type of physical activity. remember the old saying- HEALTH IS WEALTH,  

100 साल तक जीने के लिए फॉलो करें बाबा रामदेव का फॉर्मूला : yoga is the only way

आज की भाग दौड़ भरी जिंदगी में लोग अपने शरीर और स्वास्थ्य का ख्याल नहीं रख पाते हैं और जल्द ही मनुष्य तमाम तरह की बीमारियों से घिर जाता है. डायबिटीज, कैंसर, हाई ब्लप्रेशर जैसी बीमारियां लोगों में आम हो गई हैं.  ऐसे में  योग गुरू रामदेव ने लंबे समय तक जीवन जीने का फॉर्मूला बताया है. उन्होंने कहा कि मानव शरीर इस तरह बना है कि 100 वर्ष तक चले लेकिन खराब जीवनशैली के चलते यह बीमारी से ग्रस्त हो जाता है जिससे इसका जल्दी अंत हो जाता है.

रामदेव ने लोगों से कहा कि वे स्वस्थ भोजन और व्यायाम अपनाकर स्वयं को बीमारियों और दवाओं से मुक्त करें. उन्होंने 12वें ‘नेशनल क्वालिटी कान्क्लेव’ में कहा, ‘‘मानव शरीर इस तरह से बना है कि वह 400 वर्ष चले लेकिन हम अधिक भोजन एवं जीवन शैली से अपने शरीर पर अत्याचार करते हैं. हम उच्च रक्तचाप, हृदय बीमारियों और अन्य बीमारियों को निमंत्रण देते हैं. यह उसके जीवन को कम कर देता है और बाकी दिनों चिकित्सकों और दवाओं पर निर्भर बना देता है.’’ 
उन्होंने इसका उल्लेख किया कि एक व्यक्ति स्वस्थ रहने के लिए किस तरह से अपनी दिनचर्या और खाने की आदतों को नियंत्रित रख सकता है. उन्होंने दावा किया कि भाजपा अध्यक्ष अमित शाह ने ऐसा करके अपना वजन 38 किलोग्राम कम किया.
बता दें हाल ही में सोशल मीडिया पर बाबा रामदेव के दुर्घटना ग्रस्त होने की खबर वायरल हो गई थी. जिसके बाद उन्होंने ट्वीट कर अपनी सेहत के बारे में लोगों को जनकारी दी थी, उन्होंने लिखा था,  'हरिद्वार में आज मैंने हजारों लोगों को योग कराया. मैं सुरक्षित एवं सेहतमंद हूं. किसी अफवाह पर विश्वास न करें.'
योग गुरू रामदेव ने शुक्रवार को कहा कि मानव शरीर इस तरह बना है कि 400 वर्ष तक चले लेकिन खराब जीवनशैली के चलते यह बीमारी से ग्रस्त हो जाता है जिससे इसका जल्दी अंत हो जाता है. रामदेव ने लोगों से कहा कि वे स्वस्थ भोजन और व्यायाम अपनाकर स्वयं को बीमारियों और दवाओं से मुक्त करें. उन्होंने 12वें ‘नेशनल क्वालिटी कान्क्लेव’ में कहा, ‘‘मानव शरीर इस तरह से बना है कि वह 400 वर्ष चले लेकिन हम अधिक भोजन एवं जीवन शैली से अपने शरीर पर अत्याचार करते हैं.
हम उच्च रक्तचाप, हृदय बीमारियों और अन्य बीमारियों को निमंत्रण देते हैं. यह उसके जीवन को कम कर देता है और बाकी दिनों चिकित्सकों और दवाओं पर निर्भर बना देता है.’’ उन्होंने इसका उल्लेख किया कि एक व्यक्ति स्वस्थ रहने के लिए किस तरह से अपनी दिनचर्या और खाने की आदतों को नियंत्रित रख सकता है.
उन्होंने दावा किया कि भाजपा अध्यक्ष अमित शाह ने ऐसा करके अपना वजन 38 किलोग्राम कम किया.
friends, if You also want to reduce weight and be fit and healthy,
whether you follow baba Ramdev or not, like him or not,
but plz start doing yoga.
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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

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राष्ट्रिय और अंतर्राष्ट्रीय महत्वपूर्ण दिवस
1. लुईस ब्रेल दिवस – 4 जनवरी
2. विश्व हास्य दिवस – 10 जनवरी
3. राष्ट्रिय युवा दिवस – 12 जनवरी
4. थल सेना दिवस – 15 जनवरी
5. कुष्ठ निवारण दिवस – 30 जनवरी
6. भारत पर्यटन दिवस – 25 जनवरी
7. गणतंत्र दिवस – 26 जनवरी
8. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय सीमा शुल्क एवं उत्पाद दिवस  - 26 जनवरी
9. सर्वोदय दिवस – 30 जनवरी
10. शहीद दिवस – 30 जनवरी
11. विश्व कैंसर दिवस – 4 जनवरी
12. गुलाब दिवस – 12 फरवरी
13. वेलेंटाइन दिवस – 14 फरवरी
14. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय मातृभाषा दिवस – 21 फरवरी
15. केन्द्रीय उत्पाद शुल्क दिवस – 24 फरवरी
16. राष्ट्रिय विज्ञानं दिवस – 28 फरवरी
17. राष्ट्रिय सुरक्षा दिवस – 4 मार्च
18. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय महिला दिवस – 8 मार्च
19. के०औ०सु० बल की स्थापना दिवस – 12 मार्च
20. विश्व उपभोक्ता अधिकार दिवस – 15 मार्च
21. आयुध निर्माण दिवस – 18 मार्च
22. विश्व वानिकी दिवस – 21 मार्च
23. विश्व जल दिवस – 22 मार्च
24. भगत सिंह, सुखदेव और राजगुरु के शहीद दिवस – 23 दिवस
25. विश्व मौसम विज्ञानं दिवस – 23 मार्च
26. राममनोहर लोहिया जयंती – 23 मार्च
27. विश्व टी०बी० दिवस – 24 मार्च
28. ग्रामीण डाक जीवन बिमा दिवस – 24 मार्च
29. गणेश शंकर विद्यार्थी का बलिदान दिवस – 25 मार्च
30. बांग्लादेश का राष्ट्रिय दिवस– 26 मार्च
31. विश्व थियेटर दिवस – 27 मार्च
32. विश्व स्वास्थ दिवस – 7 अप्रैल
33. अम्बेदकर जयंती – 14 अप्रैल
34. विश्व वैमानिकी दिवस – 14 अप्रैल
35. विश्व हीमोफीलिया दिवस – 17 अप्रैल

36. विश्व विरासत दिवस – 18 अप्रैल
37. पृथ्वी दिवस – 22 अप्रैल
38. विश्व पुस्तक दिवस – 23 अप्रैल
39. विश्व श्रमिक दिवस – 1 मई
40. विश्व प्रेस स्वतंत्रता दिवस – 3 मई
41. विश्व प्रवासी पक्षी दिवस – 8 मई
42. विश्व रेडक्रॉस दिवस – 8 मई
43. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय थैलीसिमिया दिवस – 8 मई
44. राष्ट्रिय प्रौधोगिकी दिवस – 11 मई
45. विश्व संग्रहालय दिवस – 18 मई
46. विश्व नर्स दिवस – 12 मई
47. विश्व परिवार दिवस – 15 मई
48. विश्व दूरसंचार दिवस – 17 मई
49. आतंकवाद विरोधी दिवस – 21 मई
50. जैविक विविधिता दिवस – 22 मई
51. माउन्ट एवरेस्ट दिवस – 29 मई
52. विश्व तम्बाकू रोधी दिवस – 31 मई
53. विश्व पर्यावरण दिवस – 5 जून
54. विश्व रक्तदान दिवस – 14 जून
55. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय ओलम्पिक समिति स्थापना दिवस – 6 जून
56. विश्व शरणार्थी दिवस – 20 जून
57. राष्ट्रिय सांख्यिकी दिवस – 29 जून
58. पी०सी० महालनोबिस का जन्म दिवस – 29 जून
60. भारतीय स्टेट बैंक की स्थापना दिवस – 1 जुलाई
61. चिकित्सक दिवस – 1 जुलाई
62. डॉ० विधानचंद्र राय का जन्म दिवस – 1 जुलाई
63. विश्व जनसंख्या दिवस – 11 जुलाई
64. कारगिल स्मृति दिवस – 26 जुलाई
65. विश्व स्तनपान दिवस – 1 अगस्त
66. विश्व युवा दिवस – 12 अगस्त
67. स्वतंत्रता दिवस – 15 अगस्त
68. राष्ट्रिय खेल दिवस – 29 अगस्त
69. ध्यानचन्द्र का जन्म दिवस – 29 अगस्त
70. शिक्षक दिवस – 5 सितम्बर
71. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय साक्षरता दिवस – 8 सितम्बर
72. हिंदी दिवस – 14 सितम्बर
73. विश्व-बंधुत्व एवं क्षमा याचना दिवस – 14 सितम्बर
74. अभियंता दिवस – 15 सितम्बर
75. संचयिता दिवस – 15 सितम्बर
76. ओजोन परत रक्षण दिवस – 16 सितम्बर
77. RPF की स्थापना दिवस – 20 सितम्बर
78. विश्व शांति दिवस – 21 सितम्बर
79. विश्व पर्यटन दिवस – 27 सितम्बर
80. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय वृद्धजन दिवस – 1 अक्टूबर
81. लाल बहादुर शास्त्री जयंती – 2 अक्टूबर
82. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय अहिंसा दिवस – 2 अक्टूबर
83. विश्व प्रकृति दिवस – 3 अक्टूबर
84. विश्व पशु-कल्याण दिवस – 4 अक्टूबर
85. विश्व शिक्षक दिवस – 5 अक्टूबर
86. विश्व वन्य प्राणी दिवस – 6 अक्टूबर
87. वायु सेना दिवस – 8 अक्टूबर
88. विश्व डाक दिवस – 9 अक्टूबर
89. विश्व दृष्टि दिवस – 10 अक्टूबर
90. जयप्रकाश जयंती – 11 अक्टूबर
91. विश्व मानक दिवस – 14 अक्टूबर
92. विश्व एलर्जी जागरूकता दिवस – 16 अक्टूबर
93. विश्व खाद्य दिवस – 16 अक्टूबर
94. विश्व आयोडीन अल्पता दिवस – 21 अक्टूबर
95. संयुक्त राष्ट्र दिवस – 24 अक्टूबर
96. विश्व मितव्ययिता दिवस – 30 अक्टूबर
97. इंदिरा गाँधी की पुण्य तिथि – 31 अक्टूबर
98. विश्व सेवा दिवस – 9 नवम्बर
99. रा० विधिक साक्षरता दिवस – 9 नवम्बर
100. बाल दिवस – 14 नवम्बर
101. विश्व मधुमेह दिवस – 14 नवम्बर
102. विश्व विधार्थी दिवस – 17 नवम्बर
103. राष्ट्रिय पत्रकारिता दिवस – 17 नवम्बर
104. विश्व व्यस्क दिवस – 18 नवम्बर
105. विश्व नागरिक दिवस – 19 नवम्बर
106. सार्वभौमिक बाल दिवस – 20 नवम्बर
107. विश्व टेलीविजन दिवस – 21 नवम्बर
108. विश्व मांसाहार निषेध दिवस – 25 नवम्बर
109. विश्व पर्यावरण संरक्षण दिवस – 26 नवम्बर
110. राष्ट्रिय विधि दिवस – 26 नवम्बर
111. विश्व एड्स दिवस – 1 दिसम्बर
112. नौसेना दिवस – 4 दिसम्बर
113. रासायनिक दुर्घटना निवारण दिवस – 4 दिसम्बर
114. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय स्वयंसेवक दिवस – 5 दिसम्बर
115. नागरिक सुरक्षा दिवस – 6 दिसम्बर
116. झंडा दिवस – 7 दिसम्बर
117. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय नागरिक उड्डयन दिवस – 7 दिसम्बर
118. अंतर्राष्ट्रीय मानवाधिकार दिवस – 10 दिसम्बर
119. विश्व बाल कोष दिवस – 11 दिसम्बर
120. विश्व अस्थमा दिवस – 11 दिसम्बर
121. राष्ट्रिय उर्जा संरक्षण दिवस – 14 दिसम्बर
122. गोवा मुक्ति दिवस – 19 दिसम्बर
123. किसान दिवस – 23 दिसम्बर
124. राष्ट्रिय उपभोक्ता दिवस – 24 दिसम्बर
125. CRPF का स्थापना दिवस – 28 दिसम्बर

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Nokia is back with NOKIA 6, But will it be successful in Regaining it's market value, can't say.!

There are a lot of phones in the Nokia 6’s price range now, and many of them share the same basic specs. The 6 doesn’t veer too far from the norm. Its 5.5-inch display is large and sharp enough, though not as bright or colorful as a more expensive device. It has 32GB of storage, a slot for a microSD card, and 3GB of RAM. The 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor is adequate for day-to-day use, but push the Nokia 6 hard with a lot of multitasking or gaming and you’ll see it show signs of struggle under the load. Similarly, the battery will last a full day for most people, but more demanding users will probably have to hit the charger in the evening.
The Nokia 6’s design also speaks to its budget positioning. It is a metal unibody phone, but the edges are sharp and blocky, and it doesn’t feel particularly polished or refined. The large bezels around the screen and Micro USB charging port give the whole experience a very 2015 vibe.

I never expect much from a phone’s camera at this price point, and the 6 doesn’t do anything to change that. The 16-megapixel camera is slow to launch and focus, and while it can take okay photos in good lighting, image quality falls apart in low lighting.

Most people will probably buy the Nokia 6 with Amazon’s experience, which saves
a not-insignificant $50 from the price of the phone for Prime members and brings along lock screen ads and Amazon’s suite of apps preinstalled.
The 10 preinstalled Amazon apps don’t bother me all that much. I’d be installing Amazon’s shopping app anyway, and if you’re a Prime member, the Photos, Prime Video, and Amazon Music apps are likely to be useful to you.
The most interesting thing about the Nokia 6, however, is its branding. To be clear, this is a "Nokia" device in name only: The actual Nokia still exists, but is out of the consumer phone business after a disastrous partnership with Microsoft earlier in the decade. Along with BlackBerry , it is one of the most famous casualties of Apple and Google's rise to dominance in the smartphone market.
HMD Global, which is headed by former Nokia execs, has steadily launched Nokia-branded phones around the world since acquiring the Nokia name last year. The idea is similar to what Chinese brand TCL has done with BlackBerry : use a once-dominant brand name to point eyeballs toward their own Android phones .
Some of those phones, like its remade Nokia 3310 feature phone , have been heavy on the nostalgia. Others, like the Nokia 6 here, look nothing like the colorful, blocky phones of Nokia Lumias past .
Either way, the phones aren't likely to be sales smashes: The vast majority of US smartphone shoppers still buy their phones through mobile carriers, and HMD Global is sticking strictly to Amazon here. Beyond that, the phone will only work fully on T-Mobile - AT&T only has partial LTE support, and Verizon and Sprint aren't supported whatsoever. Nevertheless, the Nokia 6 may be worth a look for Android enthusiasts on a budget.
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We all know that 2nd October is coming and we all know that this day is celebrating Gandhi jaynti and he always encourage us for the make a clean India...

Participating in Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan doesn't mean just to take a broom and clean some dry waste and be happy that you cleaned India. No it's not just that, there is more to it. Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan is a pledge we need to take.
There are very few simple things that we need to do to clean India as a part of this mission.
1) Don't Litter, throw waste in dustbin only.
2) Don't encourage spitting, immediately condemn people if found doing so.
3) Avoid usage of Plastic covers, plastic disposables. Carry a bag with you when you go for shopping, teach the people around you the same.
4) Teach Children about Cleanliness and Sanitation.
5) Plant trees around your house.
6) Separate Dry waste and wet waste in your house, ease the work of municipality workers.
7) If possible join any of the NGOs working in your area towards cleaning of India. If not atleast contribute to it in someway.
8) Avoid personal transport whenever possible. Encourage Car Pooling if you can't avoid. Much better you can use Public transportation.
9) Pool money along with your area mates and install large sized dustbins in the places where littering is done on the road or open place.

Well there is still more to it.

Some of you might even be wondering, how cleaning will help apart from reducing diseases.
Please read on.

The cost that India incurs on cleanliness is as much as Rs 2180 /head annually. i.e more or less Rs 2.4 trillion or $ 53.9 billion and guess what,this calculation in from 2006.

In fact the cost of poor hygiene for India would be as much as 6.4% of the GDP. This was just a study, the costs are much higher in real terms; that is if we measure the costs on a purchasing power parity (PPP) basis which takes up the annual costs of poor hygiene to the economy to $ 161 billion or $ 46 per person.

There are other costs involved because of the Infant deaths, higher mortality rates among mothers which is caused by improper sanitation, lets not get into those numbers.

So Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan makes absolute economic sense as it can add 6% to the country’s GDP if we can pull it off. But the big question is whether we can maintain the initial momentum is in a big challenge. This is because cleaning up the country would cost a lot of resources and would require the govt to be involved at all levels. While as suggested above if you all take part in it and wouldn't mind to invest some peanuts of your income we can pull it off in a grand fashion.

However Government as well needs to take some more measures than just to rope in celebrities to increase the awareness and participate in campaign. Here are some issues that I think should be addressed as a part of this campaign.

  1. Should consider adopting modern techniques in Management of E-Waste.
  2. Eliminate the inhumane and age old practice of manual scavenging within a stipulated time frame. Swacch Bharat abhiyan should focus on human dignity rather than merely on sanitation issues. Like our PM in yesterday's speech in G20 commented that we call the labourer who cleans waste as "Kachrawala" that attitude should go.
  3. Technology should be adopted and people concerned people should be trained in the regard.
  4. More importantly not just encourage people to clean the surroundings, make it a pledge to do so.
Here is the pledge that I have taken.

I take this pledge that I will remain committed towards cleanliness and devote time for this. I shall devote 100 hours per year that is two hours per week to voluntary work for cleanliness. I will neither litter nor let other litter. I will initiate the quest for cleanliness with myself, my family, my locality, my village and my work place. I believe that countries of world that appear clean are so because their citizens do not indulge in littering nor do they allow it to happen. With this firm belief, I will propagate the message of Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan. I shall also encourage 100 other persons to take this pledge which I am taking today. I will endeavor to make them devote their 100 hours for cleanliness. I am confident that every step I take towards cleanliness will help in making my 
country clean.


Festivals of India : Endless Love and Joy

India is a land of festivals, where people from different religions coexist harmoniously. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. There are many Indian festivals and celebrations, the most exciting of which are mentioned below. While the celebrations happen all over the year, October till January is the time when the country can be seen at its vibrant best.

List of Indian Festivals: The widely celebrated religious festivals in the country
Here is a quick list of the most famous festivals of India. Check them out before you visit the best places of Indian cultural heritage to attend the grand celebrations of these festivals.
1. Diwali
Diwali, one of the most prominent Hindu festivals of India, is celebrated with a lot of pomp and show. During this festival of lights, houses are decorated with clay lamps, candles, and Ashok leaves. People wear new clothes, participate in family puja, burst crackers, and share sweets with friends, families, and neighbors.

Significance: The festival marks the return of Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, after a long exile of 14 years.
Key attractions: Homes decorated with fancy lights, candles and clay lamps, bustling shops and markets, and fireworks and crackers
When: The darkest new moon night of Kartik month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to mid-October – mid-November as per the Gregorian Calendar
Where: All over the country
Diwali 2017: 19th October

2. Holi
Also known as the festival of colors, holi is one of the famous festivals of India, celebrated with a lot of fervor across the country. On the eve of Holi, people make huge Holika bonfires and sing and dance around it. On the day of Holi, people gather in open areas and apply dry and wet colors of multiple hues to each other, with some carrying water guns and colored water filled balloons.
Significance: It signifies the victory of good (Prince Prahlad) over evil (Holika) and the arrival of spring.

Key attractions: Holika bonfire, playing with colors, and bhang thandai
When: Full moon (Purnima) of the Phalgun month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to the month of March of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Almost all over the country; most vibrant celebrations can be seen in North Indian states
Holi 2017: 12th March

3. Dusshera
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Dussehra, also referred to as
Vijayadashami, is also among the most famous festivals of India. It is celebrated in different forms countrywide. Ramlila(enactment of scenes from Ramayana) is held everywhere for 10 days. It’s culminated with “ Ravan Dahan” – the burning of huge effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and kumbhakaran which is a real spectacle to see.
Significance: It celebrates the death of the demon king Ravana at the hands of Lord Rama.
Key attractions: Hustle bustle of the decorated markets, Ram-leela acts, and the big event of the burning of effigies of Ravana, Meghnad, and Kumbhakaran
When: 10th day of the month of Ashwin according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to September or October of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Pan India
Dussehra 2017: 30th September

4. Navratri
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Navratri festival is celebrated by all people throughout India in different ways. In Gujarat, it is a nine day celebration of rejuvenating Garba nights and highly energetic Dandiya Raas dances. People are dressed in beautiful, colorful traditional clothes and the environment is very youthful and invigorating.
Significance: It represents the celebration of the Goddess Amba (Power) in nine different forms.
Key attractions: The 9 days of dance festivities in Gujarat, the exquisite Chaniya Choli’s (traditional skirt & blouse), and the Gujarati cuisine – Sabudana Khichdi, Mandavi Paak, Singoda ki Kheer, and Potato Wafers
When: The first nine days of the month of Ashwin according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which correspond to September or October of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Almost all over the country; most vibrant in Gujarat, Maharashtra and the metros
Navratri 2017: Begins on 21st September

6. Krishna Janmashtami
Janmashtami is again a beautiful one among the most important religious festivals of India. Janmashtami celebrations in Mathura and Vrindavan are very popular. People fast throughout the day and break it with a special meal after dusk. Visiting temples, praying, dancing, and singing bhajans (hymns) at midnight is a part of the celebrations of the birth of Lord Krishna. Often, small children dress up like Lord Krishna on this day. Images and picturization of Krishna’s life story are depicted in the “ jhaankis” in temples.
Significance: It is the annual celebration of the birthday of Lord Krishna.
Key attractions: The Janmashtami puja and festivities in the temples and the jhaankis of Lord Krishna
When: The 8th day (Ashtami ) of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) of the month of Bhadrapad according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to August or September of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Celebrated by the Hindu community all over, but the festivities at Mathura and Vrindavan are very popular
Janmashtmi 2017: 15th August

7. Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi, another one of important Hindu religious festivals of India, is a 10-day affair of colorful festivities. Huge handcrafted Ganesh idols are installed in homes or outdoors, in public pandals. Pujas are performed in the morning and the evening. The last day is the day of Visarjan – immersion of an idol in a water body. Cultural activities of singing, dancing, and theater, and free medical and blood donation camps are held.

Significance: It’s the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed God.
Key attractions: The beautifully crafted life size idols of Ganesha, and the immersion ceremony
When: The 4th day of the first fortnight (Shukla Chaturthi) in the month of Bhadrapada of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to August or September of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Celebrated in the states of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh with fervor and gaiety
Ganesh Chaturthi: 5th September

8. Gurupurab
On the most important Sikh festival of India, special assemblies on the lives and teachings of the gurus, and langars (community meals) are organized in the gurudwaras. Karah Prasad is distributed among all, and hymn chanting processions are held in the city. People light up their homes with lamps and candles and burst crackers to celebrate Gurpurab.
Significance: It is the celebration of the anniversaries of the ten Sikh Gurus.
Key attractions: The soulful Bhajan-Kirtan (hymns), Gurbani in the Gurdwaras, the Langar and the Karah Prasad
When: The full moon day in the month of Kartik of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds
to November of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Celebrated by the Sikh community all over the world, especially in Punjab
Gurupurab 2017: 5th January

9. Raksha Bandhan
One of the famous festivals of India, Rakhi is celebrated among Hindu. Signifying the brother-sister bonding, during Rakhi, the sister performs Aarti (prayer), applies tilak, and ties rakhi (a sacred thread) on the brother’s wrist wishing his well being. The brother, in return, vows to protect the sister. Another festival which has strong similarity to Rakhi is Bhaidooj which comes just after Diwali.
Significance: It symbolizes the strong bonding of a brother and sister.
Key attractions: The ritual of Rakhi and the brightly decked up markets showcasing a colourful variety of rakhis and sweets
When: The full moon day of Shravana month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which corresponds to August of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Particularly in North, Central and West India
Rakshabandhan 2017: 7th August

10. Eid-Ul-Fitr
Eid is one of the major festivals of India for the Muslim community. People dress up in fineries, attend a special community prayer in the morning, visit friends, and relatives and exchange sweets. Children are given idi
(money or gift) by elders.
Significance: It celebrates the conclusion of the holy month of fasting called Ramadan.
Key attractions: The beautifully decked up markets and mosques, the morning Eid namaz at the mosques, and the sweet dishes.
When: On the 1st day of the month of Shawwal of the lunar Hijri calendar, which corresponds to July of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Celebrated by Muslims all over the country
Eid Ul Fitr 2017: 26th June

11. Bihu
Popular among the festivals of India celebrated in the North East, Bihu is the harvest festival of Assam. During the month-long celebrations, young men and women wear their traditional clothes and perform the Bihu dance in the village fields and courtyards. A community feast is held with a lot of fanfare.
Significance: It’s the traditional new year celebration of Assamese.
Key attractions: The Bihu dance and the local cuisine – coconut laddoo, til pitha, ghila pitha, and fish pitika
When: 14th or 15th April
Where: Celebrated by the Assamese diaspora around the world, especially in Assam
Bihu 2017: Begins on 14th April

12. Hemis
Hemis, the two-day religious festival from Ladakh, is one of the important festivals of India. It attracts a lot of locals and foreign tourists each year. The festivities include the
Cham dance done by the priests to the tune of the traditional music of cymbals, drums, trumpets played by the monks. The dancing priests dress up in elaborate brocade outfits and masks.
Significance: It’s the celebration of the birth anniversary of spiritual leader Padmasambhava, founder of Tibet Tantric Buddhism.
Key attractions: The scenic Hemis monastery and the Cham dance
When: 10th day (called Tse-Chu in the local language) of the Tibetan lunar month, which corresponds to June or July of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir
Hemis 2017: Begins on 23rd June

13. Onam
Onam is among the important festivals of India, wherein people wear traditional wear, adorn houses with Pookalam (flowers designs), and prepare Onasadya(elaborate meal of 11/13 dishes). Events such as Vallamkali( snake boat race ), Kaikottikali(clap dance),
Kathakali dance, and Pulikali procession(artists dressed and painted like tigers and hunters) are held.

Significance: It celebrates the homecoming of the legendary king Mahabali.
Key attractions: The spectacular Snake Boat Race, the enigmatic Kaikottikali dance, and the Elephant procession
When: In the month of Chingam of the Malayalam calendar, which corresponds to August or September of the Gregorian calendar
Where: Celebrated by people of all communities in the state of Kerala.
Onam 2017: Begins on 25th August

14. Pongal
The four-day long harvest festival of South India is one of the most famous festivals of India. People prepare Pongal dish and wear their traditional attire. Celebrities include bonfires, dance, cattle races, sweets, and savories. The houses look resplendent with Kolam designs (traditional floral designs made with rice, colored powders, and flower petals)
Significance: It’s a festival of thanksgiving to nature representing the first harvest of the year.
Key attractions: The variety of Kolam designs and cattle races
When: 14th or 15th January
Where: Celebrated by Tamils all over India, primarily in Tamil Nadu
Pongal 2017: Begins on 13th January

15. Christmas
One of the most famous and awaited festival in the world, Christmas happens to be of sheer significance for elders and children alike. Everyone regardless of their religion wait for this day, children specifically for the surprise gifts from Santa. All the churches are lit up and decorated to celebrate the birth of Lord Jesus.

Significance: Birthday of lord Jesus
Key attractions: Christmas tree decoration, prayers, birth of Lord Jesus and Santa Claus
When: 25th December
Where: The festival is celebrated across India. The best places to celebrate Christmas in India are Goa, Pondicherry, and Kerala.
Christmas 2017: 25th December

Chhath is an ancient Hindu Vedic festival historically native to eastern Uttar Pradesh, North Bihar of India and Mithila State of Nepal. The Chhath Puja is dedicated to the Sun and his wife Usha in order to thank them for bestowing the bounties of life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. This festival is observed by Nepalese people and Indian people, along with their diaspora.
Chhath puja is performed on Kartika Shukla Shashthi, which is the sixth day of the month of Kartika in the Vikram Samvat. This falls typically in the month of October or November in the Gregorian English Calendar. The exact date of the festival is decided by Central division of Janakpurdham in Mithila Region of Nepal which is applicable to worldwide adherents.
Environmentalists claim that Chhath is the most eco-friendly Hindu festival. The rituals of the festival are rigorous and are observed over a period of four days. They include holy bathing, fasting and abstaining from drinking water (Barta), standing in water for long periods of time, and offering prashad (prayer offerings) and arghya to the setting and rising sun. Some devotees also perform a prostration march as they head for 

Which are the famous festivals of North India?
Lohri and Baisakhi in Punjab, Hemis Festival in Kashmir, and Bihu Festival in North East India are among the famous festivals of north India. They celebrate the harvest season with dance, music, and lip-smacking food.
Other famous festivals of North India, like Teej, Janmashtmi, and Kumbha Mela are religious festivals and nation wide celebrations loaded with traditions and customs of Hindus.

Which are the famous festivals of South India?
Onam and Pongal are the main harvest festivals in South India celebrated in August-September and January respectively. Offering prayers to Hindu deities and family feasts are the highlights of these festivals. Besides, Nehru Trophy Race in Kerala is a popular festival that sees large audience flocking to see the competition. Another one of famous festivals of South India is the Hampi Festival. It is celebrated in Karnataka and exhibits the essence of culture and history through music, dance, drama, and art.

Which are the different festivals related to farming celebrated in India?
Onam, Makar Sankranti, Baisakhi, Lohri, Wangala, Nuakhai, and Ugadi are some famous harvest festivals in India

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