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national anthem of india

NATIONAL ANTHEM OF INDIA" Jana Gana Mana Adhinayaka Jaya HeBharat Bhagya VidhataPunjab Sindh Gujarat MarathaDravida Utkala BangaVindhya Himachal Yamuna GangaUcchala Jaladhi TarangaTubh Shubha Name JageTubh Shubha Ashisha MangeGahe Tubh Jaya GataJan Gan Mangaldayak Jay HeBharat Bhagya VidhataJaye He ! Jaye He ! Jaye He !Jaye,Jaye,Jaye,Jaye He "

national song of india Vande Mataram, lyrics and meaning

"वन्दे मातरम 
सुजलाम   सुफलाम मलयज शीतलाम
सस्यश्यामलाम मातरम

शुब्रज्योत्स्ना पुलकित यामिनीम
पुल्ल्कुसुमिता द्रुमदल शोभिनिम
सुहाशिनिम सुमधरा भाशिनिम
सुखदाम वरदाम मातरम

कोटि कोटि कंठ कलकलनिनाद कराले
कोटि   कोटि  भुजी .rdhR^इतखाराकरावाले
अबला  केनो  माँ  ईटीओ  बाले
बहुबलधारिणीम  नमामि  तारिणीम
रिपुदलवारिणीम  मात्र म

तुमि  विद्या  तुमि  धर्मं
तुमि  हृदये   तुमि  मर्म
तवं  ही  प्राणाः  शरीरे

बाहुते  तुमि  माँ  शक्ति
हृदये  तुमि  माँ  भक्ति
तोमार  इ  प्रतिमा  गडी
मंदिरे  मंदिरे

तवं  ही  दुर्गा  दशप्रहरणधारिनी
कमला  कमलदल  विहारिणी
वाणी  विद्यादायिनी  नमामि  त्वं
नमामि  कमलां  अमलां  अतुलाम
सुजलाम  सुफलाम  मातरम

श्यामलां  सरलां  सुस्मितां  भूश्हिताम
ढरणीम  भरणीम  मातरम  "

Translation by Shree Aurobindo

" Mother, I bow to thee!
Rich with thy hurrying streams,
bright with orchard gleams,
Cool with thy winds of delight,
Dark fields waving Mother of might,
Mother free.
Glory of moonlight dreams,
Over thy branches and lordly streams,
Clad in thy blossoming trees,
Mother, giver of ease

Indian Languages and their origin

SINDHI LANGUAGE Sindhis are across the border in Pakistan too. There they write in the Perso-Arabic script, while in India the Devanagari is used.
History of Sindhi Language: Sindhi is actually an offshoot of some of the dialects of the Vedic Aryans. Sindh, on the north west of undivided India, had always been the first to bear the onslaught of the never-ending invaders, and as such absorbed Hindi, Persian, Arabic, Turkish, English and even Portuguese. Sindh is where Persian and Indian cultures blended, for the area was introduced to Islam in 712AD. Thus, very little of Sindhi literature of the earlier period has survived. The Summara and Summa periods are virtually blank except for the few poems of Hamad, Raju and Isack. The heroic ballads of this period set to music by Shah Abdul Karim (1538-1625) are the earliest records of the Sindhi language.
Real flourish of Sindhi poetic talent came during the last stages of the 18th century. Although the time was not appropriate for cultural…

sanskrit language

SANSKRIT LANGUAGE Sanskrit language is truly a fountainhead, if one surveys its three thousand years of its existence. The story of
the origin of Sanskrit began right from the Vedic age, sailing through the post-Vedic years and centuries later
till today. The Aryans collected the mass of hymns, rituals and poems about their gods in the four Vedas (10th
century BC) which document the various dialects that they brought to India (but that wasn’t the Sanskrit we know
of today). From the Punjab, where the Aryans settled first after they came from Central Asia, their speech spread
along the east as far as present Bihar by about 600 BC. Obviously this Vedic or Old Indo-Aryan language met with
the language of the Dravidians (who were then not restricted to just the southern regions) and Austrics, and some
give and take happened. The result was Prakrit or Middle Indo-Aryan dialect which soon engulfed the whole country
in the north, east and centre. The Aryan invasion was moving towards completi…

urdu language


Urdu is probably the most poetic of all languages. Urdu language is spoken by more than 28 million heads in India.

It is written in the Perso-Arabic script. The word Urdu (court or camp) stems from the Persianized Turkish word

(Ordu) which meant ‘the camp of a Turkish army’. North Indian Muslims with their own dialects moved to South and

Central India and settled among the Marathas, Kannadigas and Telugus. These dialects formed the basis of a

literary speech known as Dakhni or the ‘Southern Speech’, and was spoken in the Deccan. Later, north Indian

Muslims, who came with Aurangzeb for his conquests down south and some Dakhni writers, saw the possibility of

evolving a new language. This language would be based on the literary traditions of Dakhni and have the Persian

script alongwith generous usage of Perso-Arabic words, idioms and theme ideas. Shamsuddin Waliullah a famous poet

of the Dakhni actually started the North Indian Urdu. Other poets also joined in this new literary upsu…

Telugu Language third most spoken Language in India

Telugu is a richly developed language and is the third most spoken language in India after Hindi and Begali. Linguistically, the language has deviated a good deal from its southern sisters – Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam. It is the state language of Andhra Pradesh. It’s an old one too, with origins as early as the 1st century AD, or perhaps even before as one of the later Vedas (700BC) mention the Andhras, another name for the people of Andhra Pradesh. Early inscriptions of the language date from around the 6th century, but a proper literary career starts five centuries later. The script, almost similar to that of Kannada, took shape in 1000AD from the Pahlava script of 7AD.

History of Telugu:
Most literature began with translations from Sanskrit. So did Telugu with Nannayabhatta (1020 AD), the Adikavi or ‘first poet’ of Telugu translating the Mahabharata. It was a unusual translation, with lots of clever innovations but no deviations from the story. But Nannayabhatta couldn't co…

an unblossomed star

This poem is a very true story about a 4th year student(girl)


In this busy world
I have came across
a lot,
But you were special
Like, the Dimple
of Monalisa,
the Diamond
of Victoria.

Before the morning comes
an unknown darkness
Covered it,
And when it ends
it was very late.

Like before,
the beautiful GITA is there
also AKANHSHA will be.....
But i am preety sure
it will miss a STAR.

Morning and evenings
are obvioous,
But the evening of
every 20th September
will surely be a BLACK ONE,
The only one sacrifice
YOU have left for us....

I know you wont back
Still an unknown pain,
growing within me
the moments
YOU had spent with
are still alive.......


have you ever thought

Have you ever thoughtHave you ever thought, where you are You are just like in india, as there is biharHave you ever thought, what you don’t haveYou have everything except realisation to haveHave you ever test your mind, which always shineYou are brilliant, just rewind the worlds timeHave you ever thought what you areYou are just like a gearless car.Have you ever thought what you mean.You are an offspring without inherited geneHave you ever thought, what you can do,Just go home and think, what you cant do.

unanswered doubts

Unanswered doubts!!
01.If all the nations in the world are in debt(i am not joking. Even US has got debts), where did all the money go? (weird).

02.When dog food is new with improved tasting, who tests it? (to be given a thought).

03.What is the speed of darkness? (absurd).

04.If the "black box" flight recorder is never damaged during a plane crash, why isn't the whole airplane made out of that stuff? (very good thinking).

05.Who copyrighted the copyright symbol? (who knows).

06.Can you cry under water? (let me try).

07.Why do people say, "you've been working like a dog" when dogs just sit around all day? (I think they meant something else).

08.Why are the numbers on a calculator and a phone reversed? (God knows.)

09.Do fish ever get thirsty? (let me ask and tell).

10.Can you get cornered in a round room? (by ones eyes).

11.What does OK actually mean?.

12.Why do birds not fall out of trees when they sleep? (tonight I will stay and watch).

13.What came first, the fruit o…

waqt nahi

Waqt nahiHar khushi hai logon ke daman mein,Par ek hansi ke liye waqt nahi,Din raat daudti dunya mein,Jindagi ke liye hi waqt nahi.Maa ki loriyon ka ehsaas to hai,Par maa ko maa kahne ka waqt nahi,Saare rishton ko to hum maar chuke,ab unhe dafnaane ka bhi waqt nahi.Aankhon mein hain nind bade,Par sone ka waqt nahi,Dil hai gamon se bhara,Par rone ka bhi waqt nahi.Paison ki daud mein aise daude,Kithakne ka bhi waqt nahi,Gairon ki kya baat karein,ab apno ke liye hi waqt nahi.


UljhanPapa kahte bano doctor,Maa kahti bano engineer,Bhaiya kahte isse accha,Sikho tum computer,Chacha kahte bano professor,Chichi kahti bano officer,Didi kahti aage chalkar,Banna tumhe collector,Baba kahte fauj mein jakarJag mein koi naam kamao.Dadi kahti ghar mein rahkarHi udhyog lagao.Sabki alag alag abhilashaSabka apna nataLekin mere man ki uljhanKoi samajh nahi pata.

leave letters

Leave lettersA collection of leave letters and applications written by people knowing thodi bahut angreji(english).*A student’s leave letter:“as i am suffering from my uncle’s marriage i cannot attend the class.....”*a candidate’s application:This has reference to your advertisement calling for a ‘typist and an accountant-male or female’ i am both for the past several years and i can handle both. I am applying for the post.”An employee’s application for leave:“since i have to go to my village to sell my land along with my wife, please sanction me one week leave.”Another employee applied for half day leave as follows:“since i have to go to the cremation ground at 10 o’clock and i may not return, please grant me half day casual leave”

graffiti wall and graffiti poem

Graffiti I was an atheist until i realised that i was god! Horse sense dwells in a ‘stable’ mind! If money doesn’t grow on trees why do banks have so many branches! If rules are boundaries, i am claustrophobic! Two kinds of people always look in the mirror-the very ugly and the very beautiful. While the very beautiful search for a trace of ugliness to remove, the very ugly ones search for a trace of beauty to improve! Evil and myself-two sides of the same coin! The secret of being a bore is to tell everything you know to others!

social bankruptcy

Social bankruptcyGone are those daysOf love appreciation and praiseWhen success of one Was considered for everyoneWhen flashing of smiles were instantAnd joy of others pride was constantWhen smiles meant happinessPloughing fields of belongingnessAlas! Such days of selfless sacred ecstasyHas given way to ruthless bankruptcyHere arrive the daysWhere feelings for others have no placeWhere commitments are detached at easeAs emotions are at a ceaseWhere people do smile a lotWith eyes intact but teeth broadWhere mask of expression varies with locationBe it office, party or any special occasionIf such be the acts of social prideI must say, it is its biggest plightBankruptcy as it seems is of thoughtsOf feelings and humanityCan plague someday the very existence of this society

i find myself alone

I find myself aloneI find myself aloneCold and in the dark,I find myself in tearsAll because of this pain,I find myself thinkingI can do better than this,I find myself losingThe battle to get to you,I find myself in a dreamThis is all not real.By sambit mallick

i love...

I love...I love the cloudNot its thunderI love the moonNot its black spotsI love the seaNot its’ roaringI love natureNot its’ disasterI love your heartNot your beautyI love your smileNot your tearsI love your soulNot your body.

my dreams

like the windi want to fly much above the ground in the vast sky. like the birds under sun i want to roam live to see and have fun. above the horizon in heavens vast expanse i want to sing and happily i want to dance. in crowds and place i searched the way to them but not a clue i got but just mayhem. perhaps under the sea lies in its deep womb, the key or the sun shows the way no one knows. but i roam with a hungry heart for i have desired apart from the rest. may be someday i will find the way for the what i want to be when in grave i will die.

fleeting time

the drizzle in the eve of monsoonwind passes through the open window covering the fair face with her dry hair wetting the parched heart with living relics
she stumbled on her mirthful childhood with fairy tales and horse ridden prince with breathless venture
she passed quickly the dream laden adolescence where life foresaw rainbows,thunders,rose-petals and nails
she embraced the time with creamy night kissed the 'Real' pleasant and gleaming time became short-days to hours and hours to minutes
till a gale broke the soft feathers of her flying wings alone, forlon, beaten and crippled. only limitless woes and deepest mourn left her to a blank ether, boundless sea and solitary journey,friendliness and loveless.
the flowing tear tear and pale face, the weeping lips and deep sighs
the sleepless eyes eyes and blank sky the griefladen rain with tearful sobs fills her life with unending pine.

sweet pain of separation

i beckon the breeze brushing me passcold winter air on my chest the wall inside are lit up with contrast i ponder tonight in loneliness
the light beyond the comatose corridors surpassing the dark windows and leaves remind me of my presence in desire that the demutre solitude achieves
the loyal moon travels the starry sky silent warmth in her creamy glow sober softness in her parlance message they be for the heavens to show
i walk up to the sleepy balcony my sane presence is not welcome here where madness resigned the spirits hours ago now i'm not with my friends here.
i invite their voices through the breeze i invite their smiles through the moon i question their presence to the trees none of them answer
but i heard the spirits which stayed with me their shadows still i could not see i feel the sweet pain of separation they must be talking about me. by arijit mukherjee

obama got nobel prize 2009

BBC North America editor Mark Mardell said “There was a huge weight of responsibility on Obama’s shoulders, and this medal hung round his neck has just made it a little heavier.” ofcourse now he is loaded with a huge weight of responsibility of mending the americas health care and to improve the american currency. not only this he has to prove that he is really the best suited candidate for the nobel peace prize. from the day to his appearance to the media, he is in the limelight always on the topcover and is among the toplist candidates in every article and magazines. what is the reason why he is so famous and known. is that he is a black man, only the reason. no ofcourse not. he has many reasons for his success. he has made history. he has been compared with abraham lincoln and many more greatest personalities of their times. actually he deserves those accolades. he is regarded as the peace maker and a revolutionary legend. he has not done any great job which he is supposed to do s…

a slumdog beauty

looking out of my hostel window
i saw her quite distinguished
from the group,
as she tries to adjust her sherwani
but fails to escape
from the shifty eyes
of the leader.

she hasn't yet touched eighteen
but the time has made her
to look so,
even if she has no right
to glow
she tries very hard
to walkout the overload.

and time goes on
from morning to evening
some times at night,
loading weight on head
more than herself,
just to eat and live.

sitting at my study table
i thought a lot,
but couldn't give answer
to my heart
what is her fault.

abolishment of 10th board

abolishment of 1oth board .
this is not the abolishment, but it is making 10th board an optional. this step seems to be good. but i think, this should have been implemented before. though its not too late to be implemented.
i think this act will surely reveal some more talents of our country.this will give more opportunity to the talented guys who are really in need of some sort of time and environment in their earlier life time so that they can achieve their dreams. when these talents are nurtured according to their own will, it will surely help our india to develop faster and will help our country to reach our dream of developed nation within 2020.
as vivekananda had told that:-
“Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man”
it is not the implementation of knowledge, which is evenly given to everyone whether that person like it or not.
education should be such that it should give perfection to the individual, what the individual is having in terms of his talent and bril…

Win Toss to Win Match

Toss, Yes, of course plays a major role in determining the fate of a match. but as their are many many aspects in a match of cricket or any other sports which contribute to the teams winning probabilities. one can't say in damn sure that the team which has won the toss is going to win the match.
a game is decided by the players performance, their form ,their teamwork and many more aspects like coach of the team, playground where the match is being played. the players fitness, their talents/capability etc.
so what I think is winning a toss to win a match is not of such a hype and important but it should be treated just like other aspects which I described here and other many more hidden aspects.
Even if a single player's form can decide the fate of a match as we are the witness to our beloved "Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar".
Similarly an organised and a great teamwork can also increase the match winning probability to a great height. As we have seen it in Bangladesh…

gandhi jayanti at stake

gandhi jayanti at stake Oct, 07 '09 Subject: gandhi jayanti's holiday, Viewed by: 0
i too agree with the words of shashi tharoor, that instead of giving a holiday it should be a working day. with a little modification that the day should be a half working day and rest of the day should be utilised properly for the rememberance of gandhiji and his principles and thoughts.
he was really a great freedom fighter of having a sword of non violence, philosopher, thinker, a great lawyer and many more aspects of great personality. he should be regarded as an icon till now, everyone should pay a homage and tribute for his contribution, in that regard we have to celebrate his birthday with a motto to spread knowledge and nonviolence.
this day 2nd october is known almost by all indians. but some know him with a reason that they get a holiday on this day, without knowing the actual reason why they are getting it.
so if i would be given the chance to speak over it i'm strongly in favour of …

Religions in India

India is the birth place of Religions, India is a secular nation and has many Religions. There are several religions in India such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Islam, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and Sikhism. Indian religions is a major form of world religions next to the Abrahamic religions.
Today, Hinduism and Buddhism are the world's third- and fourth-largest religions respectively, with around 1.4 billion followers altogether.
India is one of the most religiously diverse nations in the world, with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures.
Religion still plays a central and definitive role in the life of most of its people.
In India the Hinduism is in majority with around 80% of the population, Islam the second largest population of the country constitutes for around 14% of the total population of India (which is now 1.21 billion according to 2011 Census). Other religions like Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism are in Minority. Christianity is the third largest religi…

indian festivals

India, being a multi-cultural and multi-religious society, celebrates holidays and festivals of various religions. The three national holidays in India, the Independence Day, the Republic Day and the Gandhi Jayanti, are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm across India. In addition, many states and regions have local festivals depending on prevalent religious and linguistic demographics. Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Durga puja, Holi, Rakshabandhan and Dussehra. Several harvest festivals, such as Sankranthi, Pongal and Onam, are also fairly popular. Certain festivals in India are celebrated by multiple religions. Notable examples include Diwali which celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and Buddh Purnima which is celebrated by Buddhists and Hindus. Islamic festivals, such Eid ul-Fitr, Eid al-Adha and Ramadan, are celebrated by Muslims across India. Adding colours to the culture of India, the Dree Festival is one of the tribal fest…


Namaste, Namaskar or Namaskaram is a common spoken greeting or salutation in the Indian subcontinent. Namaskar is considered a slightly more formal version than namaste but both express deep respect. It is commonly used in India and Nepal by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, and many continue to use this outside the Indian subcontinent. In Indian and Nepali culture, the word is spoken at the beginning of written or verbal communication. However, the same hands folded gesture is made usually wordlessly upon departure. In yoga, namaste is said to mean "The light in me honors the light in you," as spoken by both the yoga instructor and yoga students.

Taken literally, it means "I bow to you". The word is derived from Sanskrit (namas): to bow, obeisance, reverential salutation, and respectand (te): "to you".

When spoken to another person, it is commonly accompanied by a slight bow made with hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointed upwards, in front …

want to know boy's and girls mind

just go through these pictures. they are really of great use.