Saturday, September 25, 2010

Daughters day - Sms, Messages, Quotations for Loving Daughter, Wallpapers, Greetings, Pictures, & Animations

Daughters day sms

Happy Daughter’s Day to a smart, good-looking,charming,all-around great daughter!


I Still remember those days,
Those beautiful memories,
And the moments with
Lovely Daughter I Spent
Happy Daughter’s DaY


A daughter is the happy memories of the past,
the joyful moments of the present,
and the hope and promise of the future.


A daughter is the best thing that can happen to you
because a daughter fills you heart with magic and love..
Happy Daughters Day!!


It's so nice to have a daughter like you who brings happiness to the family,That's why, on Daughter's Day, You're wished all of the wonderful things you deserve.


Loving Daughter Quotes

A daughter is a day brightener and a heart warmer.
-- Author Unknown


A daughter is a miracle that never ceases to be miraculous...full of beauty and forever beautiful...loving and caring and truly amazing.
-- Deanna Beisser


A daughter is one of the most beautiful gifts this world has to give.
-- Laurel Atherton


A mother's treasure is her daughter.
-- Catherine Pulsife


A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart.
-- Author Unknown


Mothers and daughters are closest, when daughters become mothers.
-- Author Unknown


A daughter is a mother's gender partner, her closest ally in the family confederacy, an extension of her self. ~Author Unknown


What the daughter does, the mother did. ~Jewish Proverb


The woman who bore me is no longer alive, but I seem to be her daughter in increasingly profound ways. ~Johnnetta Betsch Cole


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Pind Daan - Introduction, Its Benefit, Where & How to & Places to perform- Gaya, Bank of the Holy River “Ganga” Haridwar, Varanasi ,Kashi & Allahabad

Introduction & Importance

This is the Hindu belief that after the death, soul of human being still remain in this materialistic world. Just because of the loss of body ( due to death ) someone can not detach himself / herself from this world. The pull of Love, kindness, affection for his / her family, friends, relatives etc. and the affinity for the materialistic world prevent him to go for the extreme and ultimate departure. As a result, being a bodiless state that man (without body) gets pain. He wants to do many things but can not. They can not or even do not want to make themselves free from this materialistic world. 'PINDA DAAN' according to Hindu Belief Gives them an ultimate relief and paves the way for their departure to the ultimate world of Peace.

Where to perform Pind-Daan?

Bank of the Holy River “Ganga” anywhere in India. but as per India mostly people perform pind-daan at Gaya-Bihar, Varanasi ,Kashi and Allahabad-Sangam.

Benefit from Pind Daan?

It is said that all obstacles in life are smoothened once you perform Pind Daan ritual for your parents or ancestors. There are sudden and quick positive changes observed in life. According to our clients they have observed improvement.

How to perfom it a Gaya or any other holy place:

At Gaya or Haridwar, please be extremely careful while performing this holy event. As you reach railway station , be careful of PANDAs.
The best option is to take help from BHARAT SEVASRAM SANGHA(there r many spurious organisations in the same name in Gaya or at Haridwar,they will loot u n will finish u off..beware of them and their broakers/dalals at railway station) . Bharat Sevasram Sangha has a assistance counter at the Gaya railway station..go there, speak directly at their office..don't speak to anyone posing as a "panda".

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Dhoti - Introduction, History, Importance in India, Video how to wear it correctly

Dhoti is known to be a traditional wear for men all over the country specially in Bihar. Even today men love to wear this ethnic wear occasionally. It is called by different names and worn differently in different sates of India. Over the past century or more, the western clothings have taken the place of traditional Indian wear like dhoti. Attire worn by important political persons makes a political statement. People say that clothes may or may not make a man but they certainly make a point when political leaders wear them.

The highest number of dhoti wearers are found in the western states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. Dhoti wearers are predominant in the states of West Bengal&Orissa too. In the northern parts of Gujarat and southern parts of Rajasthan the dhoti is worn with a short kurta called 'kediya' on top. In northern India and West Bengal, the garment is worn with a kurta on top, the combination known simply as "dhoti kurta". In Tamil Nadu, it is worn with an angavastram (another unstitched cloth draped over the shoulders) or else with a chokka (shirt) in Andhra Pradesh or jubba (a local version of kurta)

Video - How to wear it.

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Gaya, Bihar-History,Historic Importance,Siddhartha Gautama enlightenment place, Buddhist pilgrimage destination on Earth,Main Attraction in & around

Gaya is a city in Bihar, India.Gaya is 100 kilometers south of Patna, the capital city of Bihar. Situated on the banks of Falgu River (Niranjana, as mentioned in Ramayana), it is a place sanctified by both the Hindu and the Buddhist religions. It is surrounded by small rocky hills (Mangla-Gauri, Shringa-Sthan, Ram-Shila and Brahmayoni) by three sides and the river flowing on the fourth (eastern) side. The city has a mix of natural surroundings, age old buildings and narrow bylanes.
Gaya was a part of the ancient state Magadha. In South Bihar, the most prominent representative of Bhumihar Brahmin was the Tekari Raj family, whose great estate in Gaya dated back to the early eighteenth century.


Bodh Gaya is the birthplace of Buddhism. About 2,500 years ago, Prince Siddhartha Gautama (born in 566 BCE) sat down under a pipal tree (cf. Trees and the Sacred) here and received the enlightenment that would inspire one of the world's great religions. Situated in the Bihar state in northeastern India, about 65 miles south of Bihar's capital of Patna, and 7 miles from the city of Gaya, Bodh Gaya remains the most important Buddhist pilgrimage destination on Earth.

After six fruitless years of seeking the ultimate meaning of life, Siddhartha Gautama sat cross-legged under the pipal tree and entered a deep meditation. During the course of the night he attained enlightenment (Nirvana) and became the Buddha (the Enlightened or Awakened One). The pipal tree, a species of fig, became known as the Bodhi or Bo (Enlightenment) tree. The Buddhe's followers soon recognized the tree as sacred, and it was officially revered by the first great Indian Buddhist empeor Asoka (268-232 BCE), who marked it off with a railing.

Colored flags festoon the Bodhi tree:

The pipal tree now at the site is reputedly descended from the original Bodhi Tree. Pilgrims customarily tie scarves to its branches, lay cut flowers and small lamps around its base, and burn incense. Nearby is the vajrasana, the Diamond Throne, a red sandstone slab marking the spot, according to tradition, of the Buddha's meditation. For Buddhist, this spot is the centre of the universe.

Mahabodhi Temple:

Bodh Gaya's main attraction is the Mahabodhi Temple, featuring a 150 foot high pyramid spire on site of Siddhartha's original Bodhi Tree, along with a golden image of the Buddha

Buddhist Attractions In & Around Gaya :

Gaya Museum : The Gaya Museum is worthvisiting because of its large collection of stone sculptures and other artifacts. Highlight of the museum are the bronze statues. The small collection of the Buddha statues and pillars are also attractive. The museum is maintained by ASI, Archaeological Survey of India and is open between 10 am to 5 pm everyday except Monday.

Brahmayoni (Brahmajuni) Hill : At a distnace of 1 km southwest of the Vishnupada Temple, this hill offers some fantastic views of city from its top. Also, on the top are two narrow caves – Brahmayoni and Matreyoni – Passing through these caves, it is believed, no one will experience rebirth. A temple dedicated to the Asthabujadevi and other goddesses is at the top too. To reach the top, you need to take an arduous 40 to 60 minutes walk up 424 high stone steps.

Tankitamancha : A place of Buddhist interest, it is now a huge tank known as Sujikind. Here, at this place, it is believed, the Buddha met and conversed with evil spirit, Suchiloma. Reference regarding Suchiloma cam be found in Sutta Nipata, discourse No 5. The tank is surrounded by huge walls of stone block and at its northern end are quiet a few Buddhist stupas and statues.

Barabar Caves : 20 kms from Gaya, Barabar Caves are amongst the earliest Buddhist rock cut caves. The caves were initially constructed during the reign of Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century and additions were made later on. The Barabar Caves basically comprise three types of caves – Nagarjuna caves, caves of the five Pandavas and the Hut caves. The first one is the largest one and portray Jataka tales. The second one, as per its name, served as the residence of the five Pandava brothers during their exile. The Hut Caves, again, as per their name, are shaped like hut, three sides have stone walls while the rest is open

Other Attractions

The Vishnupada Temple

Ramshila Hill

Pretshila Hill

Gandhi Mandap

Deo Sun Temple

Importance to Hindu Mythology

Gaya derives its name from the mythological demon Gayasur (which literally means Gaya the demon), demon (asur, a Sanskrit word) and Gaya. Lord Vishnu killed Gayasur, the holy demon by using the pressure of his foot over him. This incident transformed Gayasur into the series of rocky hills that make up the landscape of the Gaya city. Gaya was so holy that he had the power to absolve the sins of those who touched him or looked at him; after his death many people have flocked to Gaya to perform Shraddha sacrifices on his body to absolve the sins of their ancestors. Gods and goddesses had promised to live on Gayasur's body after he died, and the hilltop protuberances of Gaya are surmounted by temples to various gods and goddesses. These hilltop temples at Rama Shila, Mangla Gauri, Shringa Sthan and Brahmayoni are part of the pilgrimage circuit, and grand staircases have been built up to most of them. In Vishnu Pad Temple, Guruji Shri Vishnukant Mishra Ji is the main "priest" of this temple and Shri Shashikant Mishra is the eldest son of Guruji.


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Shraddh Tithi (Pitra Paksha Calendar) : Thu, 23 Sept 2010 to Thu, 7 Oct 2010, Importance & rituals to perform shraddh

On each day of the dark fortnight (Pitra Paksha), special offerings are made to the ancestors whose lunar date (Tithi) of death corresponds to that particular day. Favourite food items of the departed person are specially prepared and offered after performing a puja .

One must offer food to Brahmin and donate Yatha Shakti. A small portion of the food is also offered to the Cow (Gow Grass) before offering it to Brahmin..

A small portion of the food is also offered to the crow who is considered as a connection between the world of the living and the world of the dead. Round balls of rice and flour, called pinda , are also offered, along with the sacred kusha grass and flowers, amidst sprinkling of water and chanting of mantras from the Sam Veda.

Purnima (Full Moon) ka shraddha: 23 Sept 2010

Ekam (Pratipada) ka shraddha: 24 Sept 2010

Dyitia ka Shraddh: 25 Sept 2010

Tritiya ka Shraddha: 26 Sep 2010

Chaturthi ka shraddh: 27 Sep 2010

Panchami ka shraddh: 28 Sep 2010

Shasthi ka shraddh: 29 Sep 2010

Saptami ka shraddh: 30 Sep 2010

Ashtami ka shraddh: 1 Oct 2010 (Jivitputrika Vrat)

Navami ka shraddh: 2 Oct 2010

Dashmi ka shraddha: 3 Oct 2010

Ekadasi ka shraddh: 4 Oct 2010

Dwadashi ka shraddh: 4 Oct 2010

Tryodashi ka shraddh: 5 Oct 2010

Chaturdashi ka shraddh (only when death due to accident, murder, by poisons etc): 6 Oct 2010

Chaturdashi / Amavasya ka shraddh: 7 Oct 2010

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Pictures & wallpapers of Godess Durga with greetings & blessings

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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Delhi - Pincode of different areas starting from 110001 to 110096 & Delhi NCR Map

110001 New Delhi HO, Sansad Marg HPO, Baroda House, Bengali Market, Bhagat Singh Market, Connaught Place, Constitution House, Election Commission, Janpath, North Avenue, Parliament House, Patiala House, Pragati Maidan, Rail Bhawan, Secretariat North, Shastri Bhawan
110002 Indraprastha HPO, Ajmeri Gate Extn., Darya Ganj, Gandhi Smarak Nidhi, I.P.Estate, Minto Road, Rajghat Power House
110003 C G O Complex, Delhi High Court, Golf Links, Kasturba Nagar, Lodi Colony, Pandara Road, Pragati Vihar, Safdarjung Air Port
110004 Rashtrapati Bhawan
110005 Anand Parbat PO, Bank Street, Guru Gobind Singh Marg, Karol Bagh, Master Prithvi Nath Marg, Sat Nagar
110006 Delhi GPO, Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazar, Hauz Qazi, Jama Masjid, S.T. Road
110007 Birla Lines, Delhi Sadar Bazar, Delhi University, Gulabi Bagh, Kamla Nagar, Padam Nagar, Roop Nagar, Roshan Ara Road, Shakti Nagar, Subzi Mandi
110008 Dada Gosh Bhawan, Desh Bandhu Gupta Road, Patel Nagar, Patel Nagar South, Patel Nagar West
110009 Dr.Mukerjee Nagar, G.T.B.Nagar, Gujra Wala Town, H.S.Sangh, Model Town II &, III, Nirankari Colony,
110010 A F Palam, Bazar Road, C.V.D., Delhi Cantt, Dhaula Kuan, Kirby Place, Pinto Park, Signal Enclave, Station Road, Subroto Park, APS Colony
110011 Gym Khana Club, Nirman Bhawan, South Avenue, Udyog Bhawan,
110012 National Physical Laboratory, Indra Puri
110013 Dargah Sharif, Hazrat Nizamuddin, Yusuf Sarai
110014 Hari Nagar Ashram, Jungpura, Pratap Market, Jeevan Nagar Edbo
110015 Ramesh Nagar, Delhi Industrial Area, Karam Pura, L. M. Nagar Indl. Area, Mansarover Garden, N.I.Area, Zakhira
110016 Green Park Market, Hauz Khas, IIT Hauz Khas, Technology Bhawan
110017 Chirag Delhi, Malviya Nagar, Panchsheel Enclave, Pushp Vihar, Saket, Sarvodya Enclave, South Malviya Nagar,
110018 Chand Nagar, Fateh Nagar, Khyala Phase - I & II, Mahabir Nagar, Tilak Nagar, Tilak Nagar east, Vikas puri, Chaukhandi
110019 Kalkaji, Alaknanda, Chittranjan Park, Govindpuri, Nehru Place
110020 F F C Okhla, Okhla Industrial Area phase-I, Tehkhand Edso
110021 Anand Niketan, Chanakya Puri, Malcha Marg, Moti Bagh, Nanak Pura, South Delhi Campus
110022 R K Puram Sect-1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12,
110023 Sarojini Nagar, Kidwai Nagar East, Kidwai Nagar West, Laxmi Bai Nagar, Netaji Nagar
110024 Defence Colony, Krishna Market, Lajpat Nagar
110025 Jamia Nagar, New Friends Colony, Sukhdev Vihar, Zakir Nagar, Okhla Canal Edbo
110026 Ashoka Park Extn., Punjabi Bagh Sec - III, Shivaji Park
110027 J-6 Rajouri Garden, Janta Market, Rajouri Garden, Subhash Nagar, Subhash Nagar West
110028 Naraina Industrial Estate
110029 Ansari Nagar, Nauroji Nagar, S. J. Enclave,
110030 Mehrauli, Paryavaran Complex, Sultanpur Edso, Gadaipur, Ghitorni,
110031 Gandhi Nagar, Gandhi Nagar Bazar, Geeta Colony, Kailash Nagar, Raghubar Pura, Rajgarh Colony, Shastri Nagar,
110032 Balbir Nagar, Bhola Nath Nagar, Goverdhan Bihari Colony, Loni Road, Man Sarovar Park, Rohtash Nagar, Shahdara, Shahdara Mandi, Shivaji Park, Telewara, Vishwas Nagar,
110033 Jahangir Puri, N.S.Mandi, Bhalaswa
110034 Anandwas, Rani Bagh, Saraswati Vihar, Shakur Pur, Sri Nagar Colony
110035 Ganeshpura, Inderlok, Keshav Puram, Onkar Nagar, Power House, Sarai Rohilla PO, Rampura
110036 Alipur, Bakoli, Haranki, Kadipur, Khampur, Nangli poona, Palla, Tajpur kalan
110037 Gurgaon road, Kapashera edso, Mahipalpur edso, Palam airport, Nangal dewat, Samalkha,
110038 A F Rajokari, Rajokari
110039 Bawana, Auchandi, Daryapur Kalan, Ghoga, Hareveli, Katewara
110040 Narela, Bhorgarh,
110041 Nangloi, Piragarhi, Sultan Puri,
110042 Badli, Samai Pur, Pehlad Pur, Shahbad Daulatpur, Siraspur
110043 Jhatikara, Najafgarh
110044 Tugalkabad Railway Colony, Lal Kuan, Jaitpur,
110045 Indira Park, Palam Village, Dabri,
110046 Sagarpur,
110047 Arjungarh, Aya Nagar, Mandi
110048 Greater Kailash, Kailash Colony, Masjid moth,
110049 Andrewsganj, Gulmohar Park, New Delhi South, Sadiq Nagar, Sahpurjat
110051 Krishna nagar, Govind Pura, Jagatpuri, Ram Nagar,
110052 Ashok Vihar, Nimr, Satyawati Nagar, Shastri Nagar, Wazir Pur, Bhajan Pura,
110053 Jagjit Nagar, Seelampur, Yamuna Vihar, Ghonda, New Usmanpur
110054 Civil Lines, Distt Court, L.R. Market, Timar Pur
110055 A.K.Market, Multani Dhanda, Pahar Ganj, Swami Ram Tirth Nagar,
110056 Shakur Basti, New Multan Nagar
110057 Vasant vihar-I & II,
110058 Janak Puri B-1, C-4, D.E.S.U. Colony, Jail Road
110059 Jeevan Park, Matiala, Uttam Nagar, Hastal Village, Matiala
110060 Rajender Nagar,
110061 Bijwasan, Shahbad Mohammadpur,
110062 Air Force Station Tugalkabad, BSF Camp Tigri, Dakshinpuri I II & III, Hamdard Nagar, Khanpur, Pushpa Bhawan, Talimabad, Deoli
110063 Madipur, Paschim Vihar, Jwalaheri
110064 Hari nagar, Maya Puri,
110065 East of Kailash, Nehru Nagar, Sriniwaspuri
110066 R K Puram, Bikaji Cama Place
110067 J.N.U., Munirka
110068 Ignou, Maidan Garhi, Neb Sarai,
110070 Vasant Kunj, Masood Pur
110071 Chhawla,
110073 Quazipur, Galib Pur, Issapur,
110074 Chattarpur, Fatehpur Beri,
110075 Dwarka
110076 Sarita Vihar, Madanpur Khadar
110078 Raj nagar -IIi
110081 Kanjhawla, Chand Pur, Gheora, Jaunti,
110082 Khera Kalan, Khera Khurd
110083 Mangol puri
110084 Burari, Jagatpur, Nathupura
110085 Prashant Vihar, Rithala, Rohini
110086 Sultan Puri, Budh Vihar
110087 Jwala Puri, Sunder Vihar, Peeragarhi,
110088 Haiderpur, Shalimar bagah
110091 Himmatpuri, Kalyanpuri, Kalyanvas, Mayur Vihar ph-I, Patparganj, Trilok Puri, Chilla
110092 Anand Vihar, Mandawali, Nirman Vihar, Shakarpur, Surajmal Vihar, Yozna Vihar,
110093 Loni Road, Nand Nagri "A" & "C"
110094 Karawal Nagar, Sonia Vihar, Dayalpur, Johripur, Khazuri Khas,
110095 Jhilmil, Dilshad Garden, Old Seemapuri, Vivek Vihar,
110096 Mayur Vihar ph-III, Vasundhra enclave, Ghazipur
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Dargah Sharif Ajmer-How to reach,Introduction,History of Hazrat Shaikh Khwaja Syed Muhammad Muinuddīn Chishti & Dargah,Major Festivals,Nearby places

How Reach :

Air :
The nearest airport is Jaipur which is 135kms away.

Train :
Ajmer is on the Delhi-Jaipur-Marwar-Ahmedabad-Mumbai line and most trains stops at Ajmer.

Road :
It is connected with bus from all places like Jaipur, Agra, Aligarh, Abu road, Bikaner, Bharatpur, Barmer, Haridwar, Chittourgarh, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Nagaur.

Introduction :-Ajmer:

Ajmer, formerly written Ajmere, is a city in Ajmer District in India's Rajasthan state. Surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains, Ajmer, also known as Ajaymeru, was the city once ruled by Prithviraj Chauhan.The city gives its name to Ajmer district, and also to a former province of British India called Ajmer-Merwara, which, after India's independence, became the state of Ajmer. On November 1, 1956, it was merged into Rajasthan state.

Introduction :- Dargah Sharif

The Dargāh Sharīf of Khwāja Mu'īnuddīn Chishtī is situated at the foot of the Tārāgaṛh hill, and consists of several white marble buildings arranged around two courtyards, including a massive gate donated by the Nizām of Hyderabad, a mosque donated by the Mughal emperor Shāh Jahān, the Akbarī Mosque, and the domed tomb of the saint. The Emperor Akbar, with his queen, used to come here by foot on pilgrimage from Agra every year in observance of a vow he had made when praying for a son. The large pillars called kose(Mile) Minar , erected at intervals of two miles (3 km) the whole way between Agra and Ajmer, marking the daily halting places of the royal pilgrim, are still extant.

History & Importance

Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti was a Sufi saint who came to India from Persia in 1192 AD with Mohammad Ghori’s invading army and died here in 1236. Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti was the founder of Islam in India. He was one of the greatest preachers in the world. The revered prophet undertook to propagate Islam in India by the most peaceful means and with great forbearance. When Khwaja arrived, the Muslim community in India was not as large as it is now. The Khwaja, by his noble teachings, touched the hearts of everyone who came his way. The construction of the shrine was started by the Sultan of Delhi Altamash, and completed by Emperor Humayun.

The Shrine attracts thousands of pilgrims during the Urs – commemorating the death anniversary of the Saint, held from the 1st to 6th day of the Islamic month of Rajab. A famous historic ritual at the Dargah is when two massive cauldrons (capacities: 4480 kgs and 2240 kgs ) are filled with rice, dry fruits and condiments and then ‘looted’ by professionals who slide down into it. It is then sold off as sanctified food. Emperor Akbar is said to have made two pilgrimages here on foot all the way from Agra-once when an heir was finally born to him, to fulfill a vow that he had made and again when he won against Chittaur. The Shrine is believed by people of different faiths to have the power to make their prayers come true.

Other Nearby Place To Visit:


Pushkar is a town in the state of Rajasthan in India near Ajmer, about 23 Kilometers away, and is an important tourist destination. Pushkar is famous for the Pushkar Lake and the 14th century Brahma temple dedicated to Brahma

Tārāgaṛh Fort:

Tārāgaṛh Fort, the fort of Ajmer, seat of the Chauhān rulers, is claimed to be the first hill fort of Asia, built at a time when the Aravalli mountain ranges were above the snowlines. This gives it the reputation of being one of the oldest hill forts of the world, and it is definitely the oldest among the hill forts in India.

The Aḍhāī Din kā Jhonpṛā:

The Aḍhāī Din kā Jhonpṛā, a Jain temple constructed in 1153 and converted into a mosque by Quṭbuddīn Aybak after 1193, is situated on the lower slope of the Tārāgarh hill, additions were made to the mosque between 1220 and 1229 by Aikbak's successor, by Shams al-Din Iltutmish

The Anasāgar Lake:

The Anasāgar Lake. This historic man-made lake Ana Sagar lake was constructed by Maharaja Anaji (1135-1150 AD), the grandfather of Maharaja Prithvirāj Chauhān.

The Soni Ji Ki Nasiyan:

The Soni Ji Ki Nasiyan is an architecturally rich Digambara Jain temple. It was built in 1864-1895 by Seth Bhag Chand ji Soni, the Nagar Seth of Ajmer.

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