Saturday, August 30, 2014

Dr. Gayas Uddin sightless Assistant Professor Department of Urdu, Satyawati College University of Delhi no more

Respected all just got this sad news I am extremely shocked to know the Death of our Dr. Gayas Uddin sightless Assistant Professor Department of Urdu, Satyawati College University of Delhi departed at his domicile in Delhi on 29th August 2014. through him Urdu has missing a chief Urdu intellectual and a bighearted professor, ardent investigator and a well-known accent in the resist of defense democratic system and secularism which occurred days gone by after short illness one our Senior Urdu Associate Professor my Respected Elder brother Dr. Shaikh Aquil Ahmad Senior faculty of Department of Urdu, Satyawati College University of Delhi broke this  news to me through his telephonic negotiation when I call  him on Dated 30th July 2014 evening, and I tried to contact Dr. Gayas Uddin’s relatives principally to know about the cause of his sudden death but failed because of not reachable of telephone call I think peoples may be busy for funeral rites and ceremonies  of Dr. Gayas Uddin, he was a highly respectable  and got familiarity at national international level he did a lot of work for his family which will promote the humanity fraternity around the world. We are all praying May God give peace to his pure soul at Jannatul Firdaus and tolerance to his near and dear we are sorrowful with wet eye and ever ready to share his family unit emotion and feelings at all moment. Wish his family all the best for the noble cause that he bring for national and international harmony for the sake of universal communities.
May God bless his family more power to stand there self and enrich the people of whole communities of the world.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Raksha Bandhan

The chaste bond of love between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions. 'Raksha Bandhan' or 'Rakhi' is a special occasion to celebrate this emotional bonding by tying a holy thread around the wrist. This thread, which pulsates with sisterly love and sublime sentiments, is rightly called the ‘Rakhi’. It means 'a bond of protection', and Raksha Bandhan signifies that the strong must protect the weak from all that’s evil.
The ritual is observed on the full moon day of the Hindi month of Shravan, on which sisters tie the sacred Rakhi string on their brothers' right wrists, and pray, for their long life. Rakhis are ideally made of silk with gold and silver threads, beautifully crafted embroidered sequins, and studded with semi precious stones.
The Social Binding
This ritual not only strengthens the bond of love between brothers and sisters, but also transcends the confines of the family. When a Rakhi is tied on the wrists of close friends and neighbors, it underscores the need for a harmonious social life, where every individual co-exist peacefully as brothers and sisters. All members of the community commit to protect each other and the society in such congregational Rakhi Utsavs, popularized by the Nobel laureate Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore.
The Auspicious Full Moon
In Northern India, Rakhi Purnima is also called Kajri Purnima or Kajri Navami, when wheat or barley is sown, and goddess Bhagwati is worshipped. In Western states, the festival is called Nariyal Purnima or the Coconut Full Moon. In Southern India, Shravan Purnima is an important religious occasion, especially for the Brahmins. Raksha Bandhan is known by various names Vish Tarak - the destroyer of venom, Punya Pradayak - the bestowed of boons, and Pap Nashak- the destroyer of sins.
Rakhi in History
The strong bond represented by Rakhi has resulted in innumerable political ties among kingdoms and princely states. The pages of Indian history testify that the Rajput and Maratha queens have sent Rakhis even to Mughal kings who, despite their differences, have assuaged their Rakhi-sisters by offering help and protection at critical moments and honored the fraternal bond.
Rakhi Myths & Legends
According to one mythological allusion, Rakhi was intended to be the worship of the sea-god Varuna. Hence, offerings of coconut to Varuna, ceremonial bathing and fairs at waterfronts accompany this festival.
There are also myths that describe the ritual as observed by Indrani and Yamuna for their respective brothers Indra and Yama.
Once, Lord Indra stood almost vanquished in a long-drawn battle against the demons. Full of remorse, he sought the advice of Guru Brihaspati, who suggested for his sortie the auspicious day of Shravan Purnima (fullmoon day of the month of Shravan). On that day, Indra's wife and Brihaspati tied a sacred thread on the wrist of Indra, who then attacked the demon with renewed force and routed him.
Thus the Raksha Bhandhan symbolizes all aspects of protection of the good from evil forces. Even in the great epic Mahabharata, we find Krishna advising Yudhishtthir to tie the puissant Rakhi to guard himself against impending evils.
In the ancient Puranik scriptures, it is said that King Bali's stronghold had been the Raakhi. Hence while tying the rakhi this couplet is usually recited:
Yena baddho Balee raajaa daanavendro mahaabalah
tena twaam anubadhnaami rakshe maa chala maa chala
"We are tying a Rakhi on you, like the one on mighty demon king Bali. Be firm, O Rakhi, do not falter."
Why Rakhi?
Rituals like Rakhi, there is no doubt, help ease out various societal strains, induce fellow-feeling, open up channels of expression, and give us an opportunity to rework on our role as human beings and, most importantly, bring joy in our mundane lives.
“May all be happy, May all be free from ills, May all behold only the good and May none be in distress?” This has always been the idea of an ideal society.  
Please accept my hearty regards and congratulation of Happy Rakhi Bandhan May God bless you all bonus physical condition, prosperity, elevated position, command, authority, capability, prospect, assets, constancy to enhance promotion and propagation of peace and organization.
Hope always I will found you, that you  are great dreamer”; “remarkable ability”; “hard taskmaster”; “strict disciplinarian”; “amazing”; “realist”; “idealist”; “clarity of vision, sense of purpose, diligent perseverance”; “excellent organizational ability: “rich insight into human psychology”; “sheer strength of character and courage”.

We all humanity of the world and antiapartheid people condemn Israel's aggression

Gaza is passing through a most volatile situation, unprecedented atmosphere of confusion and chaos, loot and arson, hatred and bloodshed for last many times. The open dance of death and destruction is almost un-abated. The death of children and number of orphans is increasing manifold and the length of graveyards crossing boundaries with every passing day. The screams of helpless widows and orphans, are catching no attention of a noble and Godly heart. The land of prophets and Sufis, once an example of peace and communal harmony, mutual co-existence and tranquility, has now become the land of uncertainty, turmoil and bleeding hearts.
The helpless noble souls are shedding tears of blood and helplessness prevails over all noble minds. Some innocent children and people, as a matter of routine, are laying their lives in blasts or hand grenade attacks, others are sacrificing their lives in cross firings for no fault on their part.
Under these circumstances, why not world communities are endeavoring to bridge up the gap between individual-to-individual, community-to-community and region to region for a log period. The Gaza is also taking every step to re- establish the human values and eroded faith among the world communities. humanity should try to process of ensuring dialogue between whole countries of the world and People of the Gaza for lasting peace through non- violence propagated by the ideology of father of the Nation- Mahatma Gandhi and Practiced by Moulana Azad, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia etc.
Today, when galaxy of intellectuals, thinkers, scholars and peace loving countries men not only from the less country but also from other more whole nation of the world have put their heads together yearning peace, hope the Gaza is approaching day and night, all the political parties, social and religious groups and all schools of thoughts all over the world with the appeal to rise above their levels in the larger interests of unity and integrity of the nation and support the peace.
So that we all humanity of the world and antiapartheid people condemn Israel's aggression to the people of Gaza and urge you and the masses of the worlds to take action to stop Israel's war crimes because this human catastrophe, genocide against non combatants’ civilians by a blatant military power.
Children are victims of this aggression of Israel; we all condemn Mr. Harper and Mr. Baird to take part from aggressor side in pretext of self to protect. Please do not take part the same action as Pharaohs did with Sons of Jacob (Peace on him) in Egypt to save and survive for their dynasty and reign.

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Five Rules to Remember in Life

1.      Forgive your enemy but remember the bastard's name.
2.      Money cannot buy happiness but it’s more comfortable to cry in a Mercedes than on a bicycle.
3.      Help someone when they are in trouble and they will remember you when they're in trouble again.
4.      Many people are alive only because it’s illegal to shoot them.

5.      Alcohol does not solve any problems, but then again, neither• does milk. These should assist you with most daily decision choices.