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Today 31 October is Celebrated All Over India The Iron Man Sardar Patel Jayanti.He is a Steel Man and Great Minister.

About Sardar Patel

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was born in Nadiad in present-day Gujarat in 1875. He completed his schooling in the local area and subsequently, in his 30s, he went to Britain; like many of his generation of political leaders, he qualified as a barrister. Patel returned to India around the same time as Gandhireturned to India from South Africa, on the eve of World War I, and the two met shortly thereafter. Patel joined Gandhi in representing the weavers in the dispute with millowners in Ahmedabad in 1918, and he played a pivotal role in helping to redress the grievances of peasants in Kheda district. "I will say", wrote Gandhi in his autobiography, "that without the help of Vallabhbhai Patel, we should not have won the campaign. He had a splendid [law] practice, he had his municipal work to do, but he renounced it all and threw himself in the campaign." Patel was charged in 1928 with leading the difficult satyagraha at Bardoli, where again the colonial state was attempting to exact heavy taxes from an impoverished peasantry, and he acquitted himself brilliantly. In 1931, Patel was elected President of the Indian National Congress. Gandhi reposed great confidence in him through the three decades of their friendship.

Sardar Patel was one of Mohandas Gandhi’s closest associates, and he organized and led several satyagrahas during India’s struggle for freedom from British rule. When India achieved independence in 1947, Patel became Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, and he presided over the most difficult task facing the nascent nation-state, namely the integration of over 500 princely states into the Indian Union.
Gandhi’s assassination on 30 January 1948 at the hands of Nathuram Godse left Patel bereft of the guidance of "Bapu", his political mentor and the "Father of the Nation". [See also Vinay Lal, "'He Ram': The Politics of Gandhi's Last Words".] Patel was immensely shaken up and his own death, in late 1950, may have been hastened by the anxiety he experienced after Gandhi’s death. The prevailing representations of Patel dwell almost exclusively on his political achievements, and it is not surprising that three generations of Indian school children have known Patel as the "Iron Man of India". Everyone recognized his steely determination and pragmatism, and nowhere was this more visibly on display when, as Home Minister and Minister of States, he took decisive action to consolidate the Indian Union and authorized police action to merge Hyderabad into India. It has been suggested by some people that if Patel had been placed in charge of Kashmir, a "problem" which Nehru sought to tackle himself both as Prime Minister and as Minister of External Affairs, the crisis in Kashmir would have been resolved in India’s favor a long time ago.
Though a staunch Hindu, Patel had a keen appreciation of the syncretic culture of India, and he recognized that India had furnished a hospitable home to adherents of various religions over the centuries. Patel contributed very substantially to the deliberations of the Constituent Assembly, and it has not always been recognized that the protection and privileges guaranteed to minorities in the Indian Constitution under Articles 29 and 30 owe much to the vigilance of Patel. Indeed, Patel, unlike some other Hindu leaders, was insistent that the right to proselytize should be recognized as part of the right to freedom of religious worship. With respect to the position of Muslims, Sikhs, and other religious communities in India, Patel wrote that "it is up to the majority community, by its generosity, to create a sense of confidence in the minorities, and so also it will be the duty of the minority communities to forge the past . . ." His criticism of the use of violence to resolve political disputes bears a sharp contrast with the use of violence by religious extremists in India in recent years. In 1949, an idol of Lord Ram was surreptitiously installed in the precincts of the Babri Masjid; writing to Govind Vallabh Pant, then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, on 9 January 1950, Patel encouraged him to prosecute violators of the law and perpetrators of violence. "I feel that the issue is one which should be resolved amicably," wrote Patel, "in a spirit of mutual toleration and goodwill between the two communities. . . . such matters can only be resolved peacefully if we take the willing consent of the Muslim community with us. There can be no question of resolving such disputes by force."
Patel desired nothing more than that the Indian nation-state should persevere and flourish. Nehru’s biographer, S. Gopal, admitted that Patel’s "major concern was national unity." Patel is still remembered as one of principal architects of Indian independence and one of the shapers of modern India. His devotion to the idea of the nation-state also points to the limitations of his thinking; unlike Gandhi, Patel could not think beyond the nation-state, and he was incapable of offering the critique of modernity that Gandhi pioneered. Nor did Patel have the kind of far-reaching and complex views of science, industrial civilization, masculinity, or a whole host of other subjects on which Gandhi pondered for a considerable portion of his life. The characterization that has sometimes been used of Gandhi, namely that he was a doer rather than thinker, is in fact far more apposite of Patel.
In recent years, Patel’s name has been abused and degraded by those who purport to act in his name, or who pretend that, since Patel was a staunch Hindu, he tolerated the neglect if not mistreatment of Muslims. It is true that even in his own lifetime, there were rumors, particularly at the time of partition, that Patel was not sufficiently attentive to the plight of Muslims, and that he did not do enough in his capacity as Home Minister to ensure their safety. This view rests largely on rumors and innuendoes, since Patel’s own writings, including his correspondence, lend little if any support to the representation of him as a Hindu communalist. Gandhi himself never believed any of these rumors and, indeed, held Patel to the highest standards. Some people even held Patel ultimately responsible for the assassination of Gandhi, and he is alleged to have not done enough to unearth the conspiracy to murder Gandhi after the initial plot of 20 January 1948, where police were able to hold Madanlal Pahwa captive, was foiled. Gandhi’s "love for Muslims", in the language of his most ferocious opponents, is thought, on the communalist reading, to have left the Sardar unhappy. But just how far the Hindutva appropriation of Patel, the consequences of which still remain to be unraveled, has gone can be seen in the disturbing fact that the murderous Narendra Modi, the butcher of Gujarat’s Muslims, is gone on public record as having described himself as the "Chote Sardar" [small Sardar]. Unless one engages in a careful, hermeneutic, and dialectic reading of Patel, the ‘iron’ man who became one of the eminent followers of the preeminent practitioner and theorist of nonviolence, he too will disappear into the pantheon of martial Hindu heroes and the bottomless well of Hindutva chicanery.

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Today Bakra Eid(Eid-Ul-Adha)

Today is Celebrated Bakra Eid.Bakra Eid Known as a Eid-Ul-Adhato all Muslims.
About Bakra Eid

Bakra Eid is a Muslim festival .
According to Islamic tradition, once, the God Allah challenged Prophet Ibrahim to prove his faith on him. So, the God Allah asked him to sacrifice his dearest son Ismail. Prophet Ibrahim loved towards his son was as strong as his faith in God Allah.
It was too pathetic to slaying his own child in his own hand. But he could not deny the order of Allah. He closed his eyes and raised a sharp sword. Reciting Allah's name he divided the head from the body.
He opened his eyes and could not believe on his senses. His son Ismail was standing alive in front of his eyes and he saw a dead lamb lying in the pool of blood. Then he understood that god wished to test his willingness to sacrifice his beloved object

Bakra Eid Celebration Today
Today Bakra Eid Muslims sacrifice animals (goat, ox, lamp, sheep, camel or cow) on this day and pilgrims to Mount Mina, near Mecca. The day of Bakr-Id also coincides with the occasion of completion of Koran.
According to Muslim rituals, any Muslim, who have enough money two square meals a day or possesses more than 400 gm of gold, should make a animal sacrifice. It is performed any of three days of festivities but before afternoon of third day.
Meat is divided in three parts; one is kept for self, other for friends and third for needy ones. On this day they wear new clothes and prepare other delicacies of Eid and share with their friends and relatives.
The festival Bakra-Id is celebrated all over India with much enthusiasm and pleasure. The celebrations are carried on through three days and they share meat into three equal parts among the family, friends and neighbors and deprived people.
Muslims visit houses of their near and dear ones on this festival to celebrate the festival. Delicious food and beverages are cooked and served on this festival to people who visit any Muslims house. That why this occasion is referred to as the "feast of sacrifice".

Bakra Eid TodaySms

May ur plate of life be,
always full of juicy kebabs
& tikkas, topped with,
the chutney of happiness.

May Your Plate Of Life Be Always Full Of Sweet Siwaiyan
Topped With The Nuts Of Happiness.
With Best Eid Wishes, May You Have A Happy Eid

Everyone Sent U
Tradition Words About
Eid But I m The Fist One
To Send U
“MEAT MUBARAK”
And
Keep On Eating
Different Dishes
On This Season …

Bakra Eid Mubarak
May Ur Plate Of Life
Be Always Full Of Juicy Kebabs
& Tikkas, Topped With The Chutney Of Happiness
With Best Wishes

((__))
“.=”””””)?
‘ Y””+”Y’

EID UL ADHA (AZHA) Will Come After Few Days,
I Am The First One To Wish You EID Mubarak
And
Sending A Cow As Your EID Gift.

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Today Vijaya Dashmi(Dusshera)

Today 24 October is Celebrated in All india Dusshera.Dusshera is Known as Vijaya Dashmi and Ravandahan.Vijaya Dashmi is Coming on According to Gujarati month Bhadra sud dasham(Day od Ten).

About Vijaya Dashmi(Dusshera)

Vijaya Dashmi is last day of Navratri.This day Lord Sri Ram vanquished Ravan Ravan So People doing a Ravan Dahan today.The festival is dedicated to the worship of Mother Goddess Durga or Shakti and her nine forms. This season is considered to be an auspicious one as it is generally associated with the sowing of seeds. People sow seeds on the first day, consecrate the planets, watch the sprouting and worship Goddess Durga during this festival. The last three days are especially considered most important. The nine-day is equally divided in worshiping three goddesses. The first three days are dedicated to Goddess Durga Durga Pooja. The next three days are spent in worshipping goddess Lakshmi and the last three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati. The day after Navratri the festival of Dussehra is celebrated. Today the idols of Goddess Durga are immersed into water, after the nine days of festivities. It is said that the people of the earth in the eastern state of West Bengal adopted Durga as their daughter and thus, she visits the home of her parents every year, during the last four days of Navratri, along with her sons Ganesha and Kartikeya, and daughters Lakshmi and Saraswati. She finally leaves for her husband's place on Vijayadashmi. Similar customs are seen in Orissa and Assam. In the North-eastern state of Tripura, huge fairs are conducted and effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Kumbhkarna are burnts at Ramlila maidans.

In the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Vijayadashmi holds special significance. The day is considered auspicious for starting education or any form of art, such as dance and music. Saraswati Puja is conducted on the day, when the formal commencement of education of small kids takes place. It is called 'Vidya aarambham' (the beginning of Vidya, meaning education). In Karnataka (especially Mysore) and Andhra Pradesh, Dusshera is celebrated with fanfare. Huge processions can be witnessed in both the States. Although Dussehra is celebrated in different ways across India, the motive remains the same - to spread good cheer and celebrate the victory of good over the evil.

Vijaya Dashmi(Dusshera) Sms

Kam,
Krodh,
Lobh,
Moh,
Aalasya,
Ahankar,
Irshya,
Dwesh,
Dukh,
Dosh,
Inhi DUS ko PARAJIT Kar apna Dashahara safal kare.
"VIJAYADASHMI KI AGRIM SUBHKAMNAY"

Dashahara ka ye pyara tyohar, jiwan me laye khusiya apaar,
Shri Ram ji kare apke ghar sukh k barsat,
subh kamna hamari kare sweekar.
Happy Dashahara

May thisDasahara,lightfor you.
Thehopesof happier times,
And dreams of ayearfull of smiles! Wouldyou likehappy Dasahara...
Wishing U all a very Happy Vijaya Dasami.

Hum apke dil me rahte hai,
isliye har dard sahte hai,
kahi aap humse phle na wish kar do
isliye subah-subah hi apko
Happy Dashharakehte hai.
                    I PRAY
THIS DASARA SHOWERS UPON
                   SHANTI
                   SHAKTI
                  SAIYAM
                SAMMAAN
                 SARALTA
                 SAFALTA
                SAMRIDHI
               SANSKAAR
              SWAASTHYA.
HappY DasarA and Viyaydasami.

Ye Pal ho sunehra..
Duniya mai naam ho roshan tumhara…
dusron ko dikhao tum kinara….
Yhi chahaht hai humari….
Happy Vijaya Dashmi 2012

Celebrate the victory of the,
 forces of good over Evil.
Lets celebrate an auspicious day to
begin new things in life…
Happy Vijaya Dashmi 2012

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