Krishna Janmashtami – Shri Krishna Jayanti – Gokulashtami – Memes

Called in by many names, ‘Krishnashtami’, ‘Saatam Aatham’, ‘Gokulashtami’, ‘Ashtami Rohini’, ‘Srikrishna Jayanti’, ‘Sree Jayanti’ etc, it is the birth of Hindu God Krishna, avataram of God Vishnu. Young lads play a game of breaking a high-hanging pot to celebrate this occasion of devotion to God Krishna. In Tamil this is called ‘Uriadi’. Fasting, staying up until Midnight, perform special prayers to God Vishnu’s avataram are the specialty of this festival. Celebrated in many parts of India and internationally, let this day be great to…

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What we should learn from 2016 Rio Olympics and Indian participation?

Shooting, Athletics, Wrestling, Boxing, Tennis and so on are India’s participation in Olympics. No medals were won in Winter Olympic Games so far by any Indian. While a very few medals are won in Summer Olympic Games. Why? There are many reasons to it. Watch this article as YouTube video, if you like subscribe to our Channel. Recently in 2016 games, we were waiting for someone to open account, but after two week long gap finally Sakshi Malik won Bronze. And one more medal can…

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Size of the Internet – Startling Facts – Did you know?

Number of websites in the world grew from a mere three thousand in 1994 to over a billion in 2014. Such huge rise in twenty years span! Whilst an average person only views about 100 websites per month, stats say. Search queries per day in 1999 was 3 million, it grew to about 3 billion per day by 2014. Startling isn’t it? Another surprising thing is, for one billion websites only 300 million domains are registered, of which only 100 million are hosts, run by…

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Ganesh Chaturthi – Hindu Festival

Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu Festival celebrated across India in many states. Primarily celebrated in Maharashtra. It is observed to be the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha, my favorite God. Chaturthi in Hindi means fourth day. It is referring to the fourth after Shukla Paksha, the first fortnight between new moon day and full moon day. See also, Poornam Kozhukattai or Plain Modak Recipe Sweet Kozhukattai or Meeta Modak Recipe Kara Kozhukattai or Chilli Modak Recipe Ellu Urundai – Sesame Seeds Ladoo Recipe Ganesh Chaturthi…

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