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Coming Date World Laughter Day2013

World Laughter Day is Coming on 5 May 2013 and every year.

 About World Laughter Day 

World Laughter Day was created in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of the worldwide Laughter Yoga movement. The celebration is intended to increase understanding and friendship through laughter. The Laughter Yoga movement now counting thousands of Laughter Clubs in more than 72 countries.

This day reminds the society that laughter is the best medicine to ward off dangers of modern day monotonous and mechanized lifestyles. People from different walks of life celebrate World Laughter Day with great enthusiasm crossing all social, professional and personal barriers.

Different Laughter clubs organize special programs on World Laughter Day which includes mass laughter session, peace rallies, blood donation camps, free BP & diabetic tests, jokes and different competitions related to laugh etc.

World Laughter Day Sms2013 

Laughter is a positive and powerful 
emotion that has all the ingredients ,
required for individuals to change themselves 
and to change the world in a 
peaceful and positive way.

Every Person’s Laugh Is Same 
In Every Language, Because Laughter Is 
Universal And Common Connection 
Between Human Beings.
 
So many tangles in life are ultimately hopeless, 
that we have no appropriate sword other than laughter.
happy laughter day

Maturity is a bitter disappointment for 
which no remedy exists, unless 
laughter can be said to remedy anything..
happy laughter day

Everybody laughs the same in every 
language because laughter is a 
universal connection.
happy laughter day

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Hanuman Jayanti in Massive crowd in Hanuman Temples


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Hanuman Jayanti Celebration in Hydrabad


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Hanuman Jayanti Celebration in Sarangpur Hanumanji Temple2013

Hanuman jayanti is coming chaitri purnima.Hanumanji's main and most faimous temple in sarangpur Gujarat india.In this temple Hanuman jayanti's grand celebration every yera.Lot of people goes to doing a darshan sri kastbhanjan dev.Celebration video is as under.


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Today Hanuman Jayanti

Today 24 April is Celebrated Hanuman Jayanti all of Hindu People.

About Today Hanuman Jayanti 


Laal Deha Laalee Lasay, Aru Dhari Laala Langoora I
Bajra Deha Daanawa Dalana, Jai Jai Jai kapi Soora II


Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Hanuman, the Vanara god, widely venerated throughout India especially in North India. Hanuman is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, and is worshipped for his unflinching devotion. From early morning, devotees flock Hanuman temples to worship him.

Lord Hanuman is the symbol of strength and energy. Hanuman is able to assume any form at will, wield rocks, move mountains, dart through the air, seize the clouds and rival Garuda in swiftness of flight. He is worshipped in folk tradition as a deity with magical powers and the ability to conquer evil spirits.

The philosophy of epic Ramayana is incomplete without the understanding of the unfathomable devotion of Lord Hanuman for Shri Rama. Lord Hanuman is the son of Vayu (the wind god). He was taken by Vayu to Suryadeva to gain Vedic knowledge as he was considered as omniscient on the planet earth.

Lord Hanuman is invincible and blessed to be immortal. The supremacy possessed by him is very beautifully described in Ramayana, during the Ramayana war of Lord Rama against the mighty Ravana. The Sundara Kanda, the fifth book in the Ramayana, focuses mainly on the adventures of Hanuman. He is also known as Mahaveer Hanuman. 
Today Celebration Hanuman Jayanti 
On this day people offer sweets and fruit, specially bananas, to the god. Since Hanuman is a monkey god, monkey's in zoos and neighboring areas are also objects of veneration on this day. Men also fast from morning till evening.Games like wrestling are a common part of this festival. The devotees visit temples and apply tilak of sindhoor to their foreheads from the Hanumans body as this is considered to be good luck. According to the legend Sita was applying sindhoor to her head, Hanumans Ji questioned why and replied that this would ensure a long life for her husband. Hanuman then smeared his entire body with sindhoor, in an effort to ensure Rama’s immortality.Cultural programs are organised in most of the Hindu temples on this day.

Today Significance of Hanuman Jayanti 

Lord Hanuman is the ardent devotee of Lord Rama. He is upheld as the model for human devotion to God. He is a celibate and is known by many names like Bajrang Bali, Pavan Putra, Mahavir and Maruti. Hanuman symbolizes strength and power and unparalleled selfless service and devotion to the almighty. He is an epitome of bachelorhood and Brahmacharya.
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Coming Date Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat

Varuthini ekadashi Vrat Date is 5 may 2013 on Varuthini ekadashi.

About Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat 

Varuthini Ekadashi takes place on the 11th day during the waning phase of the moon (Krishna Paksha) in the month of Chaitra/Vaisakha in the traditional Hindu calendar. In the North Indian calendars, this Ekadashi is observed during the Krishna Paksha in Adhik Vaisak month while in other regions, it is practiced in the Chaita Krishna Paksha. The followers of Varuthini Ekadashi vrat believe that by observing the Varuthini Ekadashi fast, they can successfully cleanse their sins and seek blessings of happiness, prosperity and wealth. Some even consider that they can attain the ability of performing various types of charities. Know more on the method of observing the Varuthini Ekadashi fast.

 Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat Katha 

Once King Yudhisthira asked Shree Krishna - “Oh Madhusudan, Please describe to me the Ekadashi of the krishna paksha of the month of Vaisakha (April-May), including its name, specific merits and influence.”
Lord Shree Krishna replied, “Oh King, in this world and the next, the most auspicious and magnanimous Ekadashi is Varuthini Ekadashi, which occurs during the dark fortnight of the month of Vaisakha.
Whosoever observes a complete fast on this sacred day has his sins completely removed, obtains continuous happiness, and achieves all good fortune.
Fasting on Varuthini Ekadashi makes even an unfortunate woman fortunate. Upon anyone who observes it, this Ekadashi bestows material enjoyment in this life and liberation after the death of this present body. It destroys the sins of all and saves people from the miseries of repeated rebirth.
“By observing this Ekadashi properly, King Mandhata was liberated." Whatever merit one obtains by performing austerities and penances for ten thousand years is achieved by a person who observes Varuthini Ekadashi. "
The merit one achieves by donating a great amount of gold during a solar eclipse at Kurukshetra is gained by one who observes this one Ekadashi with love and devotion, and certainly attains his goals in this life and the next. In short, this Ekadashi is pure and very enlivening and the destroyer of all sins.
“Better than giving horses in charity is giving elephants, and better than giving elephants is giving land. But better still than giving land is the giving of sesame seeds, and better than that is giving of gold. Still better than giving gold is giving food grains - for all the forefathers, demigods (devtas), and human beings become satisfied by eating grains. Thus there is no better gift of charity than this in the past, present or future.”
“Yet learned scholars have declared that giving away a young maiden in marriage to a worthy person is equal to giving away food grains in charity. Moreover,giving cows in charity is equal to giving food grains. Still better than all these charities is teaching spiritual knowledge to the ignorant. Yet all the merits one can attain by performing all these acts of charity are attained by one who fasts on the Varuthini Ekadashi.”
“One who lives off the wealth of his daughters suffers a hellish condition until the inundation of the entire universe, therefore one should be especially careful not to use the wealth of his daughter. Oh best of kings, any householder who takes his daughter’s wealth out of greed, who tries to sell his daughter, or who takes money from the man to whom he has given his daughter in marriage – such a householder becomes a lowly cat in his next life. Therefore it is said that whoever, as a sacred act of charity, gives away in marriage a maiden i.e. does kanyadaan. That very same merit, however, can be easily achieved by one who fasts on the Varuthini Ekadashi.
“The following things should be given up on the Dashami, (the tenth phase of the Moon), the day before the Ekadashi: (1) eating on bell-metal plates, (2) eating any kind of urid-dahl, (3) eating red-lentils, (4) eating chick-peas, (5) eating kondo (a grain that is primarily eaten by poor people and that resembles poppy seeds or agarpanthas seeds), (6) eating honey, (7) eating in another person’s house/home, (8) eating more than once, (9) eating Channa and (10) participating in sex of any kind.
“On the Ekadashi itself one should give up the following: gambling, sports, sleeping during the daytime, betal nuts and its leaf, brushing one’s teeth, spreading rumours, faultfinding, talking to the spiritually fallen, anger, and lying.
“On the Dwadashi the day after Ekadashi (the twelfth phase of the Moon), one should give up the following: eating on bell-metal plates, eating urad-daal, red-lentils, or honey, lying, strenuous exercise or labor, eating more than once, any sexual activity, shaving the body, face or head, smearing oils on one’s body, and eating in another’s home.”
Lord Sri Krishna continued, “Whoever observes the Varuthini Ekadashi in this way becomes free from all sinful reactions and returns to the eternal, spiritual abode. One who worships Lord Madhusudan (Krishna) on this Ekadashi by staying awake throughout the entire night, also becomes free from all his previous sins and attains to the spiritual abode. Therefore, Oh king, he who is frightened of his accumulated sins and their attendant reactions, and thus of death itself, must observe Varuthini Ekadashi by fasting very strictly.
“Finally, he who hears or reads this glorification of the sacred Varuthini Ekadashi obtains the merit earned by donating one thousand cows in charity, and at last attains heaven."
 Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat vidhi (Process)

The following things should be given up on the Dashami, (the tenth phase of the Moon), the day before the Ekadashi

Eating on bell-metal plates
eating any kind of urid-dahl
Eating red-lentils,
eating chick-peas
eating kondo (a grain that is primarily eaten by poor people and that resembles poppy seeds or agarpanthas seeds)
eating honey
Eating in another person’s house/home
Eating more than once
Eating Channa and
participating in sex of any kind.

Varuthini Ekadashi Vrat Importance 

Mentioned in numerous Puranas, Ekadashi is also known as ‘Harivasara’ and ‘Hari din’. The significance of Ekadashi fasting has been listed even in the Padma Purana and Skanda Purana. A bimonthly occasion, Ekadashi is generally observed by the Vaishnavas, though it is open to non-Vaishnava followers as well. All Vishnu devotees observing the Ekadashi fasts strictly refrain from consuming grains, beans, cereals, and certain vegetables and spices. The Ekadashi vrat is observed with regional variations. Preparations for the vrat begin on the Dasami day, that is, a day before Ekadashi. Devotees who intend to observe this vrat wake up early in the morning on Dasami and take a ritual bath. They also perform the other daily routines required to deliver the pujas or prayers. On this day, they take up only a single meal and keep away from salt.

He most preferred food consumed during this vrat includes fresh and dried fruits, milk products, vegetables and nuts. In western parts of India, Sabundana Khichdi, made from sabudana, potatoes and ground nuts, is consumed. However, it does not contain onion and garlic. Furthermore, alcohol, non-vegetarian food and sex are also avoided. Additionally, some Puranas state the abstinence from dal and honey also on Dasami day. The next day is Ekadashi day which is meant for complete fasting. The entire day is spent in worshipping Lord Vishnu through pujas, prayers and mantras. Some devout devotees even keep awake during the night by hearing religious speeches and performing Aartis.

The day after Ekadashi is called Dwadashi day. The routine followed on Dasami day is practiced on this day as well. After taking a bath, prayers are offered to Lord Vishnu and a lamp is lit. The fast is broken with the food prepared eaten on Dasami day. One should avoid overeating. Moreover, the food consumed on Dwadashi should be prepared at home. Medically speaking, fasting on Ekadashi cleanses the body and gives the much required rest to the digestive organs. As for people suffering from various ailments, those on medications, pregnant women and those who have just delivered a baby should avoid fasting. If intending to observe the vrat, such people should consult a doctor prior fasting. 
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Coming Date Varuthini Ekadashi2013 

Varuthini Ekadashi is Coming on 5 May 2013 and accrding to gujarati calander 11th Day of Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month.

 About Varuthini Ekadashi 

Varuthini Ekadashi arrives on Chaitra Vad 11. Observing a full fasting vratt on this day is rewarded with happiness in this world and the next. This vratt is the destroyer of all sins and elevates the observer on the path to ultimate salvation.

Great kings like Mandhaata, Dhundhumaar and others have achieved salvation in Swarag by observing many such Ekadashi vratts. Once Mahadevji beheaded the fifth head of Brahmaji and was cursed for this. But he was freed from the sins and curse due to this vratt of Varuthini Ekadashi. Performing continuous penance for a thousand years equates and provides the same fruits as keeping the vratt of Varuthini Ekadashi.

Giving the daughter away as a daan on her wedding (kanyadaan) is termed as the most absolute daan a person can give to anyone in this world. However the vratt of this Ekadashi gives a person similar fruits to a hundred kanyadaan. On the day before this Ekadashi devotees must eat once a day and observe a full fast on the actual Ekadashi day.

 Varuthini Ekadashi Fast Importance 

By observing this fast, people in grief attain happiness. Doors of heaven are opened for the king. The fruit of this fast is equal to the results of making donation on the day of solar eclipse. Fasting on this day, gives a person happiness on earth and even after death. And, at last the person gets salvation. 
Person observing this fast, gain virtues more than that received by donation of land and elephant. Out of all the donations, Til donation is considered best. Donating Gold is considered more auspicious in comparison to Til. And, the fruits of observing this fast are known to be more auspicious then the donation of gold.

 Varuthini Ekadashi Fast Story 

Once, there ruled a king named Mandhata on the bank of Narmada. He was a big devotee and a very generous person. One day, while he was meditating, a wild bear make and started chewing his leg. After some time, the bear dragged the king into the woods. Then the king did not break the rule of meditation and starting praying Lord Vishnu instead of getting angry. Lord Vishnu appeared at that place.

Lord killed the bear with hid Chakra. King was very upset since, the bear ate his leg. Lord asked his to go to Mathura and worship his Vraha incarnation on Varuthini Ekadashi. Lord told him, that by the result of this fast, he would get back his organ. So, the king observed this fast with full devotion and got back his organ. 
 
 Things to remember on the day of Varuthini Ekadashi fast 

Person observing the fast of Varuthini Ekadashi should leave the following 10 things on Dashmi
He should not eat food in utensils made of bronze
Meat should not be taken in meal.
Masur dal is not to be eaten.
He should not eat gram
Karonda is not to be eaten
Avoid having leafy vegetables
Honey should not be eaten
Food borrowed from others should not be taken.
Meal should be taken only once, at night
He must act with control in the married life. 
 
 How to observe? 

On the Dashami day, the day before the Varuthini Ekadasi those devotees who are fasting does not consume food made from urad dal, red lentils, chickpeas, spinach, kondo, and honey. Usually only a single meal is taken on the day and it is never served on bell metal plate. Food is consumed in one’s own house and the devotee abstains from gambling and sex.

On the Varuthini Ekadasi day, people spend the day in reading the Bhagavada Purana and minimum contact with people – this is to abstain from talking. Rice is avoided. Usually people do not sleep during day time. Some people also stay awake during night. Betel nuts and leaf are avoided.

On the Dwadasi day, the day after Varuthini Ekadasi, the same routine as observed on Dashami is followed. Men usually avoid shaving. Taking an oil bath is also avoided.
 
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Coming Date World Labour Day

World Labour Day is Coming on 1st May 2013.

About World Labour Day 

In many countries including India, May Day is also celebrated as Labour Day. The day originates with the US labour movement in the late 19th century. The history of the movement dates back to May 1, 1886.

On this day several labour unions across the US went on strike, demanding a standard workday of eight hours. On May 4th there was bloodshed in Chicago's Haymarket Square – A bomb thrown by a revolutionist led to the deaths of a dozen people (including several police officers) and the injury of over 100 people.

The protests did not get an immediate outcome, but they proved effective subsequently, as eight-hour work days became the norm in many countries across the globe. This day was hence chosen as a day for demonstrations, parades, and speeches. It is a major state holiday in US, Russia and other communist countries. In India, May Day has also been declared a public holiday.

Founder of Labor Day

More than 100 years after the first Labor Day observance, there is still some doubt as to who first proposed the holiday for workers.

Some records show that Peter J. McGuire, general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and a cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, was first in suggesting a day to honor those "who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold."

But Peter McGuire's place in Labor Day history has not gone unchallenged. Many believe that Matthew Maguire, a machinist, not Peter McGuire, founded the holiday. Recent research seems to support the contention that Matthew Maguire, later the secretary of Local 344 of the International Association of Machinists in Paterson, N.J., proposed the holiday in 1882 while serving as secretary of the Central Labor Union in New York. What is clear is that the Central Labor Union adopted a Labor Day proposal and appointed a committee to plan a demonstration and picnic.

A Nationwide Holiday

The form that the observance and celebration of Labor Day should take were outlined in the first proposal of the holiday — a street parade to exhibit to the public "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations" of the community, followed by a festival for the recreation and amusement of the workers and their families. This became the pattern for the celebrations of Labor Day. Speeches by prominent men and women were introduced later, as more emphasis was placed upon the economic and civic significance of the holiday. Still later, by a resolution of the American Federation of Labor convention of 1909, the Sunday preceding Labor Day was adopted as Labor Sunday and dedicated to the spiritual and educational aspects of the labor movement.

The character of the Labor Day celebration has undergone a change in recent years, especially in large industrial centers where mass displays and huge parades have proved a problem.

This change, however, is more a shift in emphasis and medium of expression. Labor Day addresses by leading union officials, industrialists, educators, clerics and government officials are given wide coverage in newspapers, radio, and television.

The vital force of labor added materially to the highest standard of living and the greatest production the world has ever known and has brought us closer to the realization of our traditional ideals of economic and political democracy. It is appropriate, therefore, that the nation pay tribute on Labor Day to the creator of so much of the nation's strength, freedom, and leadership — the American worke

The First Labor Day

The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union. The Central Labor Union held its second Labor Day holiday just a year later, on September 5, 1883.

In 1884 the first Monday in September was selected as the holiday, as originally proposed, and the Central Labor Union urged similar organizations in other cities to follow the example of New York and celebrate a "workingmen's holiday" on that date. The idea spread with the growth of labor organizations, and in 1885 Labor Day was celebrated in many industrial centers of the country.

World Labour Day Sms-Wishes

Salute you on a Special Day
For all the hard work you do
Celebrate With Joy
This very very happy
May 1st Workers Day

You have worked hard
toiling throughout delivering your best
now its time to relax
have some rest
best wishes on 1st may
international workers day

Let’s celebrate the labor
That built up this great land
From field to field to desk to desk
They built it hand in hand.
Happy Labour Day

The highest pleasure to be
got out of freedom,
and having nothing to do,
 is labor.Happy Labor Day.

So Jatay Hain Footpath Pe Akhbaar Bicha Kar,
Mazdoor Kabhi Neend Ki Goli Nahi Khatay,
Happy 1st May Labour Day….

 Property is the fruit of labor;
property is desirable;
it is a positive good in the world.
My Best wishes On Labor Day.

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