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Today 8th November Our PM Mr. Narendrabhai Modi Declared 500 and 1000 Notes will no longer Valid.Traking Nation by surorise, prime Minister Narendra Modi tonight announced demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes with effect from midnight making these notes invalid in a major assault on black money.fake currency and corruption.In his first televised address to the naton, Modi said people holding notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000  can deposit the same in their bank and post office accounts from November 10 till December 30.

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Coming Date Republic Day2016

Republic Day of india is Coming 26th January 2013 and Every Year.

Republic Day of India Chief Guest2016

The chief guest on Republic Day of India in 2016 will be the French President Francois Hollande. As per the media report, it has been confirmed that he will be the chief guest of Republic Day parade 26th of January 2016.

What would be Special on Republic Day of India 2016 

On this Republic Day of India:
This is first time in the Indian history since 1950 that French contingent will participate in the Republic Day parade of India together with the Indian armed forces.
It would be ensured the cleanliness in surrounding areas and statues of great personalities.
The topic ‘our duties’ will be discussed in schools, colleges and other places. Find Essay on Duty
After many years (26 years later), Indian Army dogs are now back to participate in the Republic Day Parade 2016 at the Rajpath. Around 36 Indian Army dogs including 24 Labradors and 12 German Shepherds will take part in the parade. They are practicing since last four months and three times a day for better performance.
This is first time in the Indian history after 66 years that there will be no BSF camel contingent participation in the republic day parade 2016.

About Republic Day

26th January 1950 is one of the most important days in Indian history as it was on this day the constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. In this day India became a totally republican unit. The country finally realized the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and the numerous freedom fighters who, fought for and sacrificed their lives for the Independence of their country. So, the 26th of January was decreed a national holiday and has been recognized and celebrated as the Republic Day of India, ever since.

Today, the Republic Day is celebrated with much enthusiasm all over the country and especially in the capital, New Delhi where the celebrations start with the Presidential to the nation. The beginning of the occasion is always a solemn reminder of the sacrifice of the martyrs who died for the country in the freedom movement and the succeeding wars for the defense of sovereignty of their country. Then, the President comes forward to award the medals of bravery to the people from the armed forces for their exceptional courage in the field and also the civilians, who have distinguished themselves by their different acts of valour in different situations.

To mark the importance of this occasion, every year a grand parade is held in the capital, from the Rajghat, along the Vijaypath. The different regiments of the army, the Navy and the Air force march past in all their finery and official decorations even the horses of the cavalry are attractively caparisoned to suit the occasion. The crème of N.C.C cadets, selected from all over the country consider it an honour to participate in this event, as do the school children from various schools in the capital. They spend many days preparing for the event and no expense is spared to see that every detail is taken care of, from their practice for the drills, the essential props and their uniforms.

The parade is followed by a pageant of spectacular displays from the different states of the country. These moving exhibits depict scenes of activities of people in those states and the music and songs of that particular state accompany each display. Each display brings out the diversity and richness of the culture of India and the whole show lends a festive air to the occasion. The parade and the ensuing pageantry is telecast by the National Television and is watched by millions of viewers in every corner of the country.

The patriotic fervor of the people on this day brings the whole country together even in her essential diversity. Every part of the country is represented in occasion, which makes the Republic Day the most popular of all the national holidays of India.

Republic Day History

It was 26th January 1950 one of the most important day in the Indian history as it was on this day when India became a truly sovereign state and the constitution of India came into force. Although India gained independence from the British rule on 15th August 1947 - an occasion marked with the Independence Day celebrations every year whereas the establishment of the Republic actually has its roots in the Lahore Session of the Indian National Congress at midnight of 31st December 1929 -1st January 1930 when the Tri-Color Flag was unfurled by the nationalists and a pledge taken that every year on 26th January, the 'Independence Day' would be celebrated and that the people would unceasingly strive for the establishment of a Sovereign Democratic Republic of India. The professed pledge was successfully redeemed on 26th January 1950, when the Constitution of India framed by the Constituent Assembly of India came into force, although the Independence from the British rule was achieved on 15th August 1947.
The Indian Constituent Assembly met on December 9, 1946. The Assembly appointed a number of committees to report on the various aspects of the proposed constitution. The Indian Constitution was finalized with 395 Articles and eight Schedules, and was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949. The Indian Republic officially came into being on January 26, 1950. January 26 was not some random date picked out of the calendar. It was on this date in 1927, that the Indian National Congress, then fighting its non-violent war for freedom, voted for complete independence as against 'dominion status'. It was the date when members of the INC took the pledge to work towards a 'sovereign democratic republic' of India. After the Constitution was written and adopted on November 1949, 26 January 1950 the following year was chosen as the day when India would finally arrive as a nation, complete with the lengthiest and the most detailed constitution in the world. Since than Republic day is celebrated all over the country. It was on 26th January 1950 that India became a nation in the true sense, with a constitution and elected representatives of the people.

Republic Day Sms2013

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Let’s Sing with me our National anthem
And salute to our INDIA.
One Nation, One Vision, One Identity
“No Nation is Perfect,
it needs to be made perfect.”
Meri Pehchaan Mera India
Happy Republic Day.
Lets take decision,
To value our nation,
Shall not forget those sacrifices
Who gave us the freedom..Now its our turn
To have a reformation..
Happy Independence Day

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I’ve got a rocket
In my pocket;
I cannot stop 2 play.
Away it goes!
I’ve burned my toes.
It’s Republic Day.
On this day think of our past and
Try to built better future for all of us..
It is a duty of all of us!!
I am proud to be an Indian.
Happy Republic Day

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Indian Festival Celander Year 2016

Here is Some Information Indian Festival Celander  Year 2016 

  • Makar Sankranti - January 15, 2016
  • Shivratri - March 7, 2016
  • Surya Grahan - Solar Eclipse - March 9
  • Holi - March 23/24, 2016
  • Navratri - April 8 to 15, 2016
  • Kumbh Mela in Ujjain - April/May 2016
  • Puri Rath Yatra - July 6, 2016
  • Onam - September 14, 2016
  • Sri Krishna Jayanti - August 24 - 25, 2016
  • Ganesh Chaturthi - September 5, 2016
  • Durga Puja - October 7 - 11, 2016
  • Diwali - October 29 - 30, 2016
  • Vaikunta Ekadashi - January 8, 2017
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Festival Date wise List January 2016

Here is information about January 2016 festivals.

January 2, 2016 - Kalashtami
January 5, 2016 – Smarta Ekadasi – Safala Ekadasi
January 6, 2016 – Bhagavath Ekadasi – Safala Ekadasi
January 7, 2016 – Pradosh Fasting
January 9, 2016 – Amavasya – No moon day in western parts of India
January 10, 2016 – Amavasya – No moon day in all regions except western parts of India
January 9, 2016 - Hanuman Jayanti in Tamil Nadu
January 10, 2016 – Paush month begins in calendars followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
January 12, 2016 – Swami Vivekananda Birthday
January 14, 2016 – Bhogi
January 14, 2016 - Bhogi in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
January 15, 2016 – Makar Sankranti; Pongal; Sankranti; Sabarimala Makaravilakku
January 15, 2016 - Sankranti in Andhra Pradesh
January 15, 2016 – Thai Month begins in Tamil Calendars
January 16, 2016 – Magh month begins in Bengali Calendars
January 16, 2016 – Mattu Pongal
January 17, 2016 – Monthly Durga Ashtami fasting
January 17, 2016 – Shakambhari Navratri begins
January 17, 2016 – Bandashtami
January 19, 2016 - Thai Karthigai in Tamil Nadu
January 20, 2016 – Ekadasi Fasting – Putrada Ekadasi
January 21, 2016 – Pradosh Fasting
January 23, 2016 – Purnima – Full moon day
January 23, 2016 – Shakambhari Purnima
January 24, 2016 – Magh Month begins in North India calendars
January 24, 2016 - Thaipusam
January 27, 2016 – Sankashti Ganesh Chaturthi Fasting
January 31, 2016 – Bhanu Saptami
January 31, 2016 – Swami Vivekananda Jayanti

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Coming Date Pongal2016

Pongal Festival is Coming on 15 January 2016 and second day of Uttrayan.

About Pongal

Pongal is the only festival of Hindu that follows a solar calendar and is celebrated on the fourteenth of January every year. Pongal has astronomical significance: it marks the beginning of Uttarayana, the Sun's movement northward for a six month period. In Hinduism, Uttarayana is considered auspicious, as opposed to Dakshinaayana, or the southern movement of the sun. All important events are scheduled during this period. Makara Sankranthi refers to the event of the Sun entering the zodiac sign of Makara or Capricorn.

In Hindu temples bells, drums, clarinets and conch shells herald the joyous occasion of Pongal. To symbolize a bountiful harvest, rice is cooked in new pots until they boil over. Some of the rituals performed in the temple include the preparation of rice, the chanting of prayers and the offering of vegetables, sugar cane and spices to the gods. Devotees then consume the offerings to exonerate themselves of past sins.
Pongal is a four-days-long harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, a southern state of India. For as long as people have been planting and gathering food, there has been some form of harvest festival. Pongal, one of the most important popular Hindu festivals of the year. This four-day festival of thanksgiving to nature takes its name from the Tamil word meaning "to boil" and is held in the month of Thai (January-February) during the season when rice and other cereals, sugar-cane, and turmeric (an essential ingredient in Tamil cooking) are harvested.
Mid-January is an important time in the Tamil calendar. The harvest festival, Pongal, falls typically on the 14th or the 15th of January and is the quintessential 'Tamil Festival'. Pongal is a harvest festival, a traditional occasion for giving thanks to nature, for celebrating the life cycles that give us grain. Tamilians say 'Thai pirandhaal vazhi pirakkum', and believe that knotty family problems will be solved with the advent of the Tamil month Thai that begins on Pongal day. This is traditionally the month of weddings. This is not a surprise in a largely agricultural community - the riches gained from a good harvest form the economic basis for expensive family occasions like weddings.

The First Day
This first day is celebrated as Bhogi festival in honor of Lord Indra, the supreme ruler of clouds that give rains. Homage is paid to Lord Indra for the abundance of harvest, thereby bringing plenty and prosperity to the land. Another ritual observed on this day is Bhogi Mantalu, when useless household articles are thrown into a fire made of wood and cow-dung cakes. Girls dance around the bonfire, singing songs in praise of the gods, the spring and the harvest. The significance of the bonfire, in which is burnt the agricultural wastes and firewood is to keep warm during the last lap of winter.

The Second Day
On the second day of Pongal, the puja or act of ceremonial worship is performed when rice is boiled in milk outdoors in a earthenware pot and is then symbolically offered to the sun-god along with other oblations. All people wear traditional dress and markings, and their is an interesting ritual where husband and wife dispose off elegant ritual utensils specially used for the puja. In the village, the Pongal ceremony is carried out more simply but with the same devotion. In accordance with the appointed ritual a turmeric plant is tied around the pot in which the rice will be boiled. The offerings include the two sticks of sugar-cane in background and coconut and bananas in the dish. A common feature of the puja, in addition to the offerings, is the kolam, the auspicious design which is traditionally traced in white lime powder before the house in the early morning after bathing.

The Third Day
The third day is known as Mattu Pongal, the day of Pongal for cows. Multi-colored beads, tinkling bells, sheaves of corn and flower garlands are tied around the neck of the cattle and then are worshiped. They are fed with Pongal and taken to the village centers. The resounding of their bells attract the villagers as the young men race each other's cattle. The entire atmosphere becomes festive and full of fun and revelry. Arati is performed on them, so as to ward off the evil eye. According to a legend, once Shiva asked his bull, Basava, to go to the earth and ask the mortals to have an oil massage and bath every day and to eat once a month. Inadvertently, Basava announced that everyone should eat daily and have an oil bath once a month. This mistake enraged Shiva who then cursed Basava, banishing him to live on the earth forever. He would have to plough the fields and help people produce more food. Thus the association of this day with cattle.

The Fourth Day
The Fourth day is known as Knau or Kannum Pongal day. On this day, a turmeric leaf is washed and is then placed on the ground. On this leaf are placed, the left overs of sweet Pongal and Venn Pongal, ordinary rice as well as rice colored red and yellow, betel leaves, betel nuts, two pieces of sugarcane, turmeric leaves, and plantains. In Tamil Nadu women perform this ritual before bathing in the morning. All the women, young and old, of the house assemble in the courtyard. The rice is placed in the centre of the leaf, while the women ask that the house and family of their brothers should prosper. Arati is performed for the brothers with turmeric water, limestone and rice, and this water is sprinkled on the kolam in front of the house.
Pongal Sms2016

Happy Pongal to all!
We thank sun for burning himself to save us.
We thank plants sacrificing their life for us.
And we thank all the creatures helping us to live in this world for some time.
Pongal thirunaalum,
Thalaipongal thirunalum,
Pongivarum pongal pola
Engum pongattum magizhchi
Iniya pongal nalvaazhthukkal!
Lets wake up,
Lets we all prepare for the pongal,
All member of family be there…
And say..Pongal O Pongala together..
Its day of God Sun, day to worship him
And day to see the miracle…
The virtue of God Sun,
His rays those are spectacle…
Happy Pongal to you………
May the festival of the harvest season,
be one that brings along with it, 
all that's best and everything you're 
so deserving of.Happy pongal.
Pot Rice to Sun
God Sugarcane to cow and ox
And milk to friends and family
have a happy pongal and a prosperous year ahead
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Coming Date Makar Sankranti2016

Makar Sankranti is Coming on 14 Janyuary Every year.

About Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is a major harvest festival celebrated in various parts of India. According to the lunar calendar, when the sun moves from the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn or from Dakshinayana to Uttarayana, in the month of Poush in mid-January, it commemorates the beginning of the harvest season and cessation of the northeast monsoon in South India. The movement of the earth from one zodiac sign into another is called Sankranti and as the Sun moves into the Capricorn zodiac known as Makar in Hindi, this occasion is named as Makar Sankranti in the Indian context. It is one of the few Hindu Indian festivals which are celebrated on a fixed date i.e. 14th January every year.

Makar Sankranti, apart from a harvest festival is also regarded as the beginning of an auspicious phase in Indian culture. It is said as the 'holy phase of transition'. It marks the end of an inauspicious phase which according to the Hindu calendar begins around mid-December. It is believed that any auspicious and sacred ritual can be sanctified in any Hindu family, this day onwards. Scientifically, this day marks the beginning of warmer and longer days compared to the nights. In other words, Sankranti marks the termination of winter season and beginning of a new harvest or spring season.

All over the country, Makar Sankranti is observed with great fanfare. However, it is celebrated with distinct names and rituals in different parts of the country. In the states of northern and western India, the festival is celebrated as the Sankranti day with special zeal and fervor. The importance of this day has been signified in the ancient epics like Mahabharata also. So, apart from socio-geographical importance, this day also holds a historical and religious significance. As, it is the festival of Sun God and he is regarded as the symbol divinity and wisdom, the festival also holds an eternal meaning to it.

Makar Sankranti Sms2016

Pal Pal Sunahre phool Khile,
Kabhi Na Ho Kanto Ka Samna,
Jindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe,
Sankranti Par Hamari Yahi Shubhkamna….
Happy Makar Sankranti

May I be
the first 1
wish u

Tan mein masti
Mann mein umang.
Dekar sabko apnapan
Gud mein jaise meethapan.
Hokar saath hum Udayen PATANG
Aur bhar len aakash mein apne rang.
Happy Makar Sankranti!

Bajare ki roti,
nimbu ka achar,
suraj ki kirne,
chand ki chandani
aur apno ka pyaar.
Har jeevan ho khushal

With Great Devotion,
Fervor and Gaiety,
With Rays of Joy and Hope,
Wish You and Your Family,

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