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World No Tobeco Day is Coming on 31st May this Year and every year.

About World No Tobacco Day 

Every year 31st May all World celebrationWorld No Tobeco Day.highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death globally and is currently responsible for killing one in 10 adults worldwide.
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Today is
World ‘NO TOBACCO’ Day.
A fully burnt
Cigarrate Ash said…
Today it’s Me,
Because of You,
Tomorrow it’s You,
Because of Me….
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Buddha Purnima  is Celebrated on 25 May 2013.

About Buddha Poornima 

Buddha Poornima also known as Buddha Jayanti is the most sacred festivals of Buddhist. Buddha Poornima is celebrated in remembrance Lord Buddha. Buddha Poornima, the full moon day in the month of Vaishakh (falling in April or May) commemorates the birth, enlightenment and attainment of Mahasamadhi by Gautama Buddha and serves as a reminder to us all that we carry the same potential within us.

 Celebration Buddha Poornima 

The main celebrations of Buddha jayanti takes place in Bodh gaya.On this large number of Buddhist devotees from all over the world assemble to pay their respectful homage to Lord Buddha. Besides decorating the temple and area around with colorful Buddhist flags, the
morning prayer, colorful procession of the Monks, worship with large offerings, distribution of sweets and snacks takes place.

In other places Prayers, sermons and non-stop recitations of Buddhist scriptures resonate in monasteries, religious halls and homes. On this day the Buddhists bathe and wear only white clothes. People offer incense, flowers, candles and fruits to the statue of Lord Buddha. They spend their entire day listening to discourses on the life and teachings of the Buddha.

 History of Buddha Poornima 

Around 500 B.C., King Shuddhodhana and Queen Mayadevi had a son named Siddharta. It is believed that the pundits (bramhin priests) prophesied that the prince will be disenchanted by the tragedies and sorrow of the world. Whereby, he will forsake everything and go in search of the 'true wisdom'. Because of this prophesy, the king had kept the prince trapped in the four walls of the palace. In the palace, the prince was given all luxuries and comforts that one can need till 29 years of age. Then one day he convinced his charioteer to take him beyond the walls. When he went out, he was flabbergasted by the tyranny that humankind faced. He was so disturbed that he left his family and all comforts to seek the meaning of life. Years later he had finally found what he sought. It is believed that beneath a Bodhi-tree at Bodh Gaya he received his enlightenment. He formulated his teachings and eventually had hundreds of believers following them. After the age of eighty, he was said to have attained 'nirvana' in his demise. The three major events of his life: birth, enlightenment and demise, occurred on a full moon night. This night is known as the Vaisaka Purnima or simply Buddha Jayanti.

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Coming Date Hazrat Ali's Birthday2013

Hazarat Ali's Birthday is Coming on 24 May 2013.

About Hazrat Ali's Birthday 

Religion is one of the most important parts of human beings life. It regulates how we live our daily life. Whether a Hindu or Muslim or Buddhist or Sikh all religions have important part to play in one’s life. In the Muslim community there is a day when a very important personality is remembered and honored, he is none other than the Hazarat Ali. He was a great man for whom all Muslims of the globe have great respect and love. Annually an event is dedicated to this great man for his good deeds. He was the son in law of the Prophet Muhammad and therefore he is looked upon with immense respect in one’s heart. 

His birthday which is popular as Hazarat Ali’s Birthday is celebrated in the whole of India with great reverence and joy. It is a time for all Muslims in India to come together to remember Hazarat Ali and spread the message of love and care. This special event is not only popular in India but in all other countries where Muslim communities are present. The celebration is felt everywhere in India but if you really want to know how exactly is the event celebrated of if you want to get a closer look of the celebration of the Hazarat Ali’s birthday then you need to be at places where there is high percentage of Muslim population.
This particular has a great significance in the lives of all Muslims for it is the time when they celebrate the great qualities Hazarat Ali had such as the courage, belief, great knowledge and wisdom and most of all honesty. People are taught about the advantages of having these qualities in oneself by the religious teachers in various mosques and Madrassas. He was not only remembered by the rich and wealthy class but he is most remembered by the poor ones for Hazarat was known for his equal treatment to all Muslims. He didn’t believe in treating well to only those who does good to you. Therefore he is remembered for the generous thinking he had.
The birthday of Hazarat Ali is a day also of the celebration and all Muslim women engage in preparing amazing variety of traditional dishes and serve the entire family. All family members near and far come together to at least have a meal together in the name of this great prophet. Houses are decorated with glittering lights and colorful flowers and thus make merry the entire day with friends and family. Relatives visit each other’s houses and offer their home made dishes as a mark of respect and care for each other. Mosques are beautifully decorated and huge feast are organized so that homeless can also come and enjoy a warm meal there. People engage in singing hymns of this great man and many charitable activities. This year in 2013 it is slated to be observed in the month of May on 24th Day which is a Friday. India it is not a government holiday and business also remains open however Muslims can take permitted holiday on this day

History of Hazrat Ali's Birthday  

Mowlana Ali was born on the 13th of Rajab, 22 years before the Hijra (600AD) within the sacred walls of the Holy Ka'ba - a birthplace that is exclusive to him as no one else was born there ever since its erection by Prophet Abraham. His mother, Sayyida Fatima, daughter of Asad bin Hashem, related that at birth he neither cried nor opened his eyes, and even refused to be fed. This lasted for three days, until the Prophet Muhammed came to see his young nephew, who then opened his eyes and smiled as the Prophet took the child lovingly into his arms. Ever since this intimate moment they remained together throughout their lives, until their physical separation at the time of the Holy Prophet's death (Aziz, 1974).

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Narsingh Jayanti is Celebrated on May 23 2013.

About Shri Narsingh Jayanti 

Narsingh Chaturdashi or Narshimha Chaturdashi is mainly observed to celebrate victory of good over evil. It is believed that on this very great day, Lord Narasimha appeared for rescue of Dharma and Bhakti personified in Prahlada Maharaja.

Celebration of Shri Narsingh Jayanti 

Generally this day is celebrated with fasting and worshiping the lord with the abhisheka and archana at dusk. Rituals are followed by sankeertana and hari naam parayana.

Tadavas, a village in Jaipur district which is popular for Narshimha Mandir observe special celebrations on the day of Narsingh Chaturdashi. Narsingh Leela is organised in this village annually in the month of Vaishakha on Narsingh Chaturdashi (in April-May).

Thousands of people gather from nearby villages to enjoy Narsingh Leela. Narsingh Avtar and Varah Avtar are main attractions of the Leela.

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Mohini Ekadashi Vtar is Coming on 21 May 2013.

About Mohini Ekadashi Vrat 

Mohini Ekadashi is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed in the month of Vaishakha during the waxing phase of the moon (Shukla Paksha). While this ritual falls in the Vaishakha month in the calendars of North India and other regions, the same ritual occurs in Chithirai month in the Tamilian calendar, in Edava month in the Malayalam calendar and in Jyeshto mash in Bengali calendar. Fasting on Mohini Ekadashi is believed to eliminate all sins and help in leading a happy and prosperous life. Also, a person undergoing sadness is effectively able to overcome this sickness. Devotees believe that observing a fast on Mohini Ekadashi is more fruitful than performing ritual baths in the holy rivers or performing sacrifices. Find out about the legend behind observing Mohini Ekadashi vrat and the method of performing the same.

 Mohini Ekadashi VratKatha(Story) 

Once Yudhisthira Maharaja asked Shree Krishna, "Oh Natwar Nagar! what is the name of the Ekadashi that occurs during the light fortnight (shukla paksha) of the month of Vaisakha. What is the process for observing it properly. Kindly narrate all of these details to me.
Lord Sri Krishna replied, "Oh Kunti's son ! After Sitaji's kidnap, when lord Rama was very disturbed, he came to his guru Vasistha and said- I am going through great grief and sadness in my life. Please enlighten me and the people of this world by showing us a means of overcoming great sorrows and troubles of this life. what Vasishtha Muni once told to Lord Ramachandra I shall now describe to you. Please hear Me attentively.
"Lord Rama asked Vasishtha Muni, 'Oh great sage, I would like to hear about the best of all fasting days that day which destroys all kinds of sins and sorrows. I have suffered long enough in separation from My dear Sita, and so I wish to hear from you about how My suffering can be ended.'
Vasishtha Muni replied, “O Prabhu, just by chanting your divine name makes a person happy in this life, but yet for the benediction of mankind the vrat of Mohini Ekadashi relieves one from all troubles of life and society.”
'On the banks of the Sarasvati River there was once a beautiful city named Bhadravati, which was ruled by King Dyutiman. Oh Rama, that steadfast, truthful, and highly intelligent king was born in the dynasty of the Moon. In his kingdom was a merchant named Dhanapal, who possessed a great deal of wealth of food grains and money. He was also very pious. Dhanapal arranged for lakes to be dug, sacrificial arenas to be erected, and beautiful gardens to be cultivated for the benefit of all the citizens of Bhadravati. He was an excellent devotee of Lord Vishnu and had five sons: Sumana, Dyutiman, Medhavi, Sukriti, and Dhrishthabuddhi.
'Unfortunately, his son Dhrishthabuddhi was a great sinner and performed dreadful acts to the people of the village, such as sleeping with prostitutes and associating with similar degraded persons. He enjoyed illicit sex, gambling, and many other illegal acts. Dhrishthabuddhi spent up his father's wealth indiscriminately, always feasting on untouchable foods and drinking alcohol to excess.
Upon learning of his son’s misconduct, Dhanpal and his sons kicked him out of their house. After being disowned by his father and brothers Dhrishthabuddhi was left with no money to spend on prostitutes and other illegal activities, therefore his friends and prostitutes distanced themselves from him. Dhrishthabuddhi was now full of anxiety, and also hungry. He then began to steal. The king's constables arrested him, but when they learned who it was, and that his father was the famous Dhanapal, they released him. He was caught again but time the ill-mannered Dhrishthabuddhi was apprehended, handcuffed, and then beaten. After whipping him, the king's marshals warned him and threw him out of their kingdom.
Dhrishthabuddhi thereafter entered the dense forest. He wandered here and there, hungry and thirsty and suffering greatly. Eventually he began killing the jungle animals for food. Dhrishthabuddhi was always miserable and anxious, but one day, during the month of Vaisakha, by the force of some of his past merit he chanced upon the sacred Ashram of Kaundinya Muni. The great sage had just finished bathing in the Ganges River, and water was dripping from him still. Dhrishthabuddhi had the great good fortune to touch some of those droplets of water that were falling from the great sage's wet clothing. Instantly Dhrishthabuddhi was freed of his ignorance, and his sinful reactions were reduced. Offering his humble obeisance's to Kaundinya Muni, Dhrishthabuddhi prayed to him with joined palms; "Oh great brahman! I have committed so many sins in my life, please describe to me some of the atonement I may perform without too much Endeavour and expense.
The Rishi replied, “Oh Dhrishthabuddhi! you have overcome most of your suffering by just realizing your mistake. To get yourself cleansed further and achieve salvation you must perform the great vrat of Mohini Ekadashi with full reliance and devotion to God Almighty. This vrat will bestow you with a place in the heavens.”
Thereafter on the next Vaisakha, Dhrishthabuddhi performed the vrat as advised by Kaundinya Rishi. As time went by, Dhrishthabuddhi became free from sins and after his death, achieved a divine body, sat on Garud and ascended to the heavenly abode Vaikunth.”
‘Oh Rama! the fast of Mohini Ekadashi removes the darkest illusory attachments to material existence. There is thus no better fast day in all the three worlds than this. And He who hears and studies the glories of Mohini Ekadashi achieves the merit of giving away one thousand cows in charity."
How To Observe Mohini Ekadashi Vrat 

Dhanapala was a well-known and religious merchant residing in the city of Bhadravati on the banks of River Saraswati. He was a loyal follower of Lord Vishnu and hence, was popular for his charity and spiritual activities. However, his son, Dhrstabuddhi was exactly the reverse of his father. Thus, he was thrown out of the house due to bad influences and associations. After expending the last amount of wealth remaining with him, Dhrstabuddhi indulged in robbery in order to quench himself. Unfortunately, he was caught by the guards but was asked to instantly leave the kingdom bearing the reputation of his father.

With no hopes, he left for the forests. Here, he took up to killing animals to satiate his starvation. He continues to live with this lifestyle for years but was often reminded about his childhood and past ill deeds. One day, he arrives at the ashram of Sage Kaundinya where the holy atmosphere touched his heart. On his way from the bath, a few drops of water fell from the Sage on Dhrstabuddhi and hence, he instantly broke down into tears. He recited the whole story and enquired about annulling his sins and guilt. The sage advised him to observe the Mohini Ekadashi vrat that occurs in the month of Vaishakha.

As directed, Dhrstabuddhi observed the fast and thus, was able to wash away all his sins. Thereafter, he turned into a true and loyal Vishnu devotee. Eventually, he started serving poor and ill people and finally, he was successful in attaining Moksha, or salvation. All rules pertaining to Ekadashi fasting are followed on Mohini Ekadashi vrat as well. All devotees observing this fast should avoid consuming rice and food items made from grains.
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