Monday, August 30, 2010

Dabangg Movie Wallpaper


Dabangg Synopsis

Dabangg (Dabang) movie is set in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Salman Khan plays a character with negative shades in the film. His role is that of a corrupt police officer, named Chulbul Pandey, also known as Robinhood Pandey. The film tries to highlight the flaws and loopholes in the system.

The film will primarily deal with the unlawful practices in the states of UP and Bihar and the involvement of police in it














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Saturday, August 28, 2010

I only like you when you give me cookies









You like me when i give you cookies, 
but you dont like me all the time? 
"yeah, no" 
when i ok so only when i give you cookies, you like me?
"yeah "


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Friday, August 27, 2010

12-month old girl performing a political speech






A very funny Video found on you tube showing a cute 12-month old
girl performing a political speech for Toddlers Party.Watch it n Enjoy !!!





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Sunday, August 22, 2010

When is Rakhi 2010

India is a country of festivals. It is culturally so rich that it celebrates a festival almost every month. The people of India are so lively that they find a reason or the other for celebrations. One of such reasons is the sweet and sour relationship between a brother and a sister. Though brothers and sisters share and enjoy the bond of love between them throughout the year but Rakhi is the day when they get an opportunity to express their tender love and feelings towards each other. The Rakhi day is an opportunity for them to commemorate their loving memories, loyalty, closeness, trust and friendship that is lasting and true. 

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated every year on 'Shravan Purnima' (Full Moon Day of the Hindu month of Shravan), which generally falls in the month of August. On the holy day of Rakhi the sisters tie a sacred piece of thread (Known as Rakhi or 'Raksha-Sutra') on the wrist of their brothers. Then they sweeten each others mouths with delicious and mouth-watering sweets. The festival of Rakhi also includes a tradition of offering gifts to sisters by the brothers. 


When is Rakhi 2010

The Rakshabandhan Parva (Holy Festival of Rakhi) date falls on Tuesday, August 24 in 2010. As usual this time too it will be 'the Shravani Poornima' or 'the Naarli Poornima' day according to the Hindi Calendar.


Rakhi 2010 will be celebrated on 24 August 2010
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R.A.K.H.I
R     -   Relationship 
A     -   Affection 
K     -   Knitting together 
H     -   Him (Brother) & Her (Sister)
I        -   Interminably 

Put them all together, they spell " RAKHI".
 
 
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Rakhi Messages For Brother and Sister




To Dear brother ......from sisterr
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"Dear brother I am lucky to have you but
You are even luckier you have got me".


You must have a sister as she is the best companion for fun
And you can always blame her for the mischief you have done.



Mere bhai ka aur mera rishta... 
Kabhi khattaa kabhi meethaa... 
Kabhi hasna kabhi rona...
Kabhi roothna kabhi manana... 
Kabhi pyar kabhi gussa...
Kabhi dosti kabhi jhagda...
Koi kare bhi to kare kya...
Ye rishta hai hi Anokhaa...



To Dear Sister..........From Brother
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Dear sister I just wanted you to know that it means a lot to have a wonderful sister like you. Thanks for the treasure of all the sweet memories that you have given me. 

Having a sister is same as having a lifelong friend.



Neither can I tell nor can you imagine what you are for me. 
But I can tell you when I need a pillar of strength, 
It's you... It's you...It's you...





I really cherish the life we have lived together. You have taught me the meaning and pleasure of sharing. In childhood I used to eat even your chocolates but you always shared your things with me. Now I realize I have been a bad brother. But I know that you love chocolates so this time only chocolates as your Rakhi gift. 

"Phoolon ka taaron ka sabka kehna hai...
Ek hazaron me meri behna hai..."
When even Fools have such good sisters
Why don't I......
(Please don't mind) 


What is the Day without SUN, What is the Night without Moon , What is the Life without Struggle, What is the Death with Fear, What is the Festivals without Relatives ,, What is the Fun without Friends. But Do u know what do I think every single moment... What will all these be without MY Sister....... Happy Raksha Bandhan

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History Of Rakhi Celebration



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History Of Rakhi Celebration

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(with some images of beautiful gold Rakhis)

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Rani Karnawati and Emperor Humayun

One of the earliest origins of Raksha Bandhan in documented history can be traced to the medieval era. During this period the Rajputs were fighting Muslim invasions. Rakhi at that time was a spiritual symbol associated with protection of the sister. History has it that when Queen Karnawati the widow of the then King of Chittor realised that she could in no way defend the invasion of the Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, she sent a rakhi to Emperor Humayun. The Emperor touched by the gesture, accepted the rakhi thereby accepting Queen Karnawati as a "sister" and immediately started off with his vast troops to protect Queen Karnavati.
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Alexander The Great and King Puru

One of the oldest legendary references to the festival of Rakhi goes back to 300 B.C. At this time Alexander the Great, was invading India. Alexander was shaken by the fury of the Indian king Puru in his first attempt. Upset by this, Alexander's wife, who had heard of the Rakhi festival, approached King Puru. King Puru accepted her as his sister and when the opportunity came during the war, he refrained from fighting Alexander. In the war, when Alexander fell from his chariot and King Puru was about to slay him, King Puru saw the rakhi on his wrist and he drew his sword back.
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The History of Raksha bandhan

There are many references to the significance of the Rakhi festival in Vaishnava Theology.
Vritra-Indra
The origin of this festival is usually traced back to the historical incidents of Indra's fight with Vritra-Indra that resulted in Indra's loss. Then, his wife had tied a thread around his wrist and empowered it with divine powers to make sure Indra emerged victorious in the duel that followed.
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 Krishna and Draupadi

Another incident is the one that concerns Krishna and Draupadi, the wife of the Pandavas. She had torn a strip of silk off her sari and tied it around Krishna's wrist to stop the flow of blood Krishna was so touched by her action that he found himself bound to her by love. He promised to repay the debt and then spent the next 25 years doing just that. Draupadi in spite of being married to 5 great warriors and being a daughter of a powerful monarch only trusted and depended wholly on Krishna.
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King Bali and Goddess Laxmi

According to another legend the Demon King Bali was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu had taken up the task to guard his kingdom leaving his own abode in Vaikunth. Goddess Lakshmi wished to be with her lord back in her abode. She went to Bali disguised as a Brahmin woman to seek refuge till her husband came back.
During the Shravan Purnima celebrations, Lakshmi tied the sacred thread to the King. Upon being asked she revealed who she was and why she was there. The king was touched by her goodwill for his family and her purpose and requested the Lord to accompany her. He sacrificed all he had for the Lord and his devoted wife.
Thus the festival is also called Baleva that is Bali Raja's devotion to the Lord. It is said that since then it has been a tradition to invite sisters in Shravan Purnima for the thread tying ceremony or the Raksha Bandhan
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 Yama and the Yamuna

According to another legend, Raksha Bandhan was a ritual followed by Lord Yama (the Lord of Death) and his sister Yamuna. Yamuna tied rakhi to Yama and bestowed immortality. Yama was so moved by the serenity of the occasion that he declared that whoever gets a rakhi tied from his sister and promised her protection will become immortal.


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Rakhi For Bhabhi


Lumbas are traditional rakhis for bhabhis, knotted by their sister-in-laws on the bangles or wrist-watches and dangle beautifully creating a unique charm. Accompanying these lumbas are a lovely range of hathphools & bajubandhs. Hathphools are worn over the back of the hand with a ring attached to it & bajubandhs (armlets) are worn on the arm. Now-a-days these bhabhi ki rakhis are becoming popular as trendy jewelries & fashion accessories.



 Blooming Beauty : Beaded Satin Lumba


 Bright & Colorful : Zari-Sequin Lumba


 Bhabhi Ka Lumba: Lumba

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 Enchanting Creation: Lumba



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 Glorious Rose: Lumba

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