I am dreaming of playing with colors and gulal,

It is the Holi celebration after all.
I can’t play inside my home, the carpets will get tainted,
I cant’ play it in the yard, the grass and outer walls will get painted.
I thought I would go to the temple,
and enjoy the traditional Holi festivities,
Once again I am banned from playing with colors inside the temple,
I can’t play the drums and sing “Holi hai” outside, as the neighbors don’t like the noise.
Little disappointed, I head for the community centre,
they have the Holi celebration in the evening,
The kids perform and remind me of my cultural heritage,
I hear all the nice Holi songs and watch dances,
I enjoy Puas(sweets) and Goat meat curry as a special Holi treat,
but I still miss the colors and Gulal on my face.


The Inspiring Story Of Havaldar Hangpan Dada

I am sure you might be thinking that who is this guy or may be this a story character but lemme say you that if you are thinking like same you are absolutely on wrong way .

he is a real character here , an indian army havaldar who martyred on 26 may by the terrorists on 26 may 2016.

on republic day i for the first heard the ashok chakra awardee hav. hangpang dada’s name , his wife with tears on her eyes was recieving the ashok chakra from the hon’able president mr pranab mukherjee. my mind stuck at the point and i started search about hangpang dada …i read about his life and it really made be feel sad for this guy . he was very adventorous and what you say was a diamond from the coal bulk.

i advice to all the readers that if you get just 2 minutes to check out his video please go ahead because the true soldier is person equivalent to god and as you know we can’t define the relegious or anything . the true soldier is the sodier of not only the nation but for the whole universe , in reality.

now you gonna read what he did and what happened to him at last …..

Fondly called Havaldar Dada in the unit, he single-handedly neutralised three terrorists in the inhospitable Shamshabari Range in Kupwara district, Kashmir. On spotting four terrorists, he first blocked their escape route and then without a care for his safety engaged with the enemy. He moved to a flank and came in close contact with the terrorists. He killed two of them at close quarters but was injured in the process.

He didn’t stop there and went after the remaining two terrorists and came face to face with the third. In the ensuing hand-to-hand combat, he killed the third militant. Despite the grave injury he continued in pursuit and was instrumental in eliminating the fourth terrorist trying to infiltrate.



Q. Why did Krishna want Arjuna to fight the Mahabharat war?

Krishna wanted Arjuna to fight the War for two reasons:-
Firstly, to uproot Adharma and establish Dharma:-
At the outset, it is important to mention that Pandavs resort to war only after all their attempts of arriving at a peaceful settlement with the Kauravas failed. Neither Krishna nor Bhagvad Gita advocates violence as many tend to believe. In fact, Pandavas were willing to accept even five villages but the Kauravas refused to concede even an inch of land.
Now, coming back to the question, Krishna declares in Bhagvad Gita that,

“Whenever dharma declines and the purpose of life is forgotten, I manifest myself on earth. I am born in every age to protect the good, to destroy evil, and to reestablish dharma.” 

The Kauravas clearly, represent adharma in Mahabharta as they were treacherous, selfish, jealous, evil and full of hatred towards Pandavas while Pandavas represent Dharma as they were always willing to tread the path of righteousness and uphold Dharma. Thus, to establish Dharma, the Kauravas had to be destroyed and the war had to be fought.


Secondly, Krishna wanted Arjuna to fulfill his duty as a Kshatriya (Warrior) as is evident from the following verse,

“Besides, considering your duty as a warrior, you should not waver. Indeed, for a warrior, there is no better engagement than fighting for upholding of righteousness.”
Thus, Krishna struck two birds in one shot by encouraging Arjuna to fight the war as Adharma was destroyed and Arjuna successfully performed his dharma of being a Kshatriya.




To say that you’re wonderful,

is just not enough.
You’re absolutely amazing,
both beautiful and tough.

I couldn’t have asked,
for a better mother than you.
I’ll love you forever,
that shall always be true.

You are a special lady,
that places others ahead.
Always worked tirelessly,
to provide me with shelter and bread.

You’ve always encouraged me,
to reach for the stars.
Taught me the importance,
of brushing off scars.

I enjoy talking with you,
laughing and spending time.
When we are apart,
it feels like a crime.

For everything you have done,
and all that you do,
I’m fortunate and lucky,
to have a mother like you.

5 Best Things By Modi Govt.

1. Buttermilk in school midday meals The Mid-Day Meal Scheme (MDMS, as it is officially called) is the largest school feeding scheme in the world. K Kamaraj, the last of the Congress titans in Tamil Nadu began this in the late 1960s – when he was chief minister – along with free education. It was a super success, attracting far more underprivileged children to school than ever before. MGR, when he was Tamil Nadu chief minister in the late 1970s and early 1980s, added to the menu and named the scheme after himself.

2.Saturday as sports day in schools India has not been a sports superpower. Parents tend to look down on sport, encouraging children to focus on the non-physical. India speaks of engineers, doctors, politicians, lawyers, journalists and business administrators, not sportspeople. This robs the country of A-list status at sport in contrast to the US, Russia, China, Japan, the UK and Germany – all of whom are powerful nations at geopolitics and sports. Lack of sports activity also hurts fitness levels of Indians.

3. Separate schools for the talented This is another topnotch move from Smriti Irani that puts the focus on talent. In the past, governments have worked on a concept of model schools. The idea was to have better schools for brighter children. Typically, it didn’t take off. The UPA government tried to get the private sector into it, saying the government would run 3500 such model schools and also help private players run another 2500 schools. Even then the private sector stayed inert.

4. 9 am start to workday All people who have achieved greatness started their day even earlier. Governments in tropical nations like India shouldn’t have trouble beginning early but it needed Modi to crack the whip. He had to formally instruct government employees that the day begins at 9am. It has improved since, although still far from ideal. Urban development minister Venkaiah Naidu and environment minister Prakash Javadekar, for instance, found on inspection many staff members not in office even by 11am.

5.Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign) This is a masterstroke from Modi. It connects him with Mahatma Gandhi in public memory and it gives unhygienic Indians something to act on. Filth is a prime issue in India and Modi has given it the primacy it needed. There is, however, a tendency to misread daily hygiene. Sweeping, mopping, dusting and washing help improve thought and action in daily routine. It has nothing to do with, for instance, the Bhopal gas tragedy. That is an industrial disaster which involves policy.