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Book review- "Wings of Fire" (Must Read)

“Wings of Fire” is an autobiography of former President of India and an eminent scientist Shri A P J Abdul Kalam. It is very important for every Indian and especially for youth to read this autobiography. It is not because he is a former president and an eminent scientist, therefore every Indian should read it, however this autobiography really has good knowledge to share with us, a knowledge which is very difficult to get elsewhere.

This autobiography is different in many ways as it tells us many lessons with true examples. This book tells us the story of a Muslim boy, who became the President of a Hindu dominated country by hard world and dedication. It gives us an inside look into the lives of Muslims in India and relationships between Hindu and Muslim communities in India. It tells us, how common Hindu and Muslim respect each other’s religion.

“Wings of Fire” is the story of a small boy achieving his dreams despite all the odds. This real story tells us the role of family, relativ…

About Love Story of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Sakshi Rawat

We all Know today that popular cricket player and captain of Indian cricket team Mahendra Singh Dhoni wed his childhood friend Sakshi Rawat. This marriage took place in Dehradun today on 4th July 2010. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s family live in Ranchi and he has done most of his study from Ranchi whereas Sakshi Rawat has lived in Ranchi in childhood when her father used to work in Ranchi. Later, her father shifted to Dehradun after his retirement and Sakshi Rawat went to Kolkata for further studies. Dhoni’s father and Sakshi’s father worked in the same company.

Sakshi and Dhoni also studied together in same DAV school in Ranchi; however, after the transfer of Sakshi’s father both got separated. They both meet again on Dec 2007 during a party given by Bipasha Basu at that time Sakshi was studying hotel management in Aurangabad. As per news Dhoni also went to Aurangabad to meet Sakshi. A few months back, Dhoni and Sakshi were seen together in Masuri and from that time, there were speculatio…

My Thoughts on Republic Day

Republic day is celebrated on 26th January every year in India. The major reason behind the celebration of 26th January as Republic Day of India is that on 26th January, 1950 India became fully sovereign nation because constitute of India came into force first time on this day. Other reason behind the celebration of Republic Day is routed in Indian national congress’s decision to celebrate this day as Republic day of India every year during the Lahore session. From 1950, Indians are observing 26 January as Republic day of India.

On this day, whole nation remains on holiday and people of India salute the sovereignty of India by hoisting Indian Flag. This day is celebrated at different levels and in all parts of India. This day is also used to show the muscle power of armed forces and diversity of Indian culture. More or less Republic days of most of nations resemble with each other and to some extent our Republic day celebrations also come under the same category.

Great Indian Sale (W…

Read Daily New Hindi Thoughts (Quote, SMS)

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Importance of clean environment

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It is very important to take care of our environment because our health and our survival on the earth directly depends on the health of our environment. It is very easy to find dirt and pollution at many places across the world and a large population of the world is living in these bad and unhygienic conditions.

People are drinking unclean drinking water and they are breathing polluted air; so, this pollution of the environment is causing many people to suffer from various health problems. Whereas if we live in a clean environment then we can live a healthy life and we can achieve this by understanding the importance of a clean environment.

Sadly, we see very little being done to address this matter and we are slowly creating more polluted spaces on earth. Today, it is very hard to find clean places in several parts of the world. Slowly, the governments across the world are opening eyes to address this issue.


It is very important for every individual in this world to und…

What is Age difference of Abhishek and Aishwarya? Is Age difference really matter in Marriages?

Abhishek Bachan and Aishwarya Rai Bachan hardly need any introduction and they are the most successful and best couples of Bollywood. They married on 20-4-2007 and that time, there were speculations about their marriage that will there marriage be a success or not? Till now their married life is going very smoothly and they become proud parents of a beautiful daughter Aaradhya on 16th Nov, 2012.

The marriage of Abhishek and Aishwarya was unique in one more way. Aishwarya Rai is older than Abhishek Bachan by 2 yrs and 2 months which is the opposite of the general trend in India where mostly groom age is more than a bride. Date of Birth of Aishwarya Rai is 1st November 1973 and Date of Birth of Abhishek Bachan is February 5th, 1976. Even after six years of their marriage, this matter is the main point of many talks and at many places where the age of the girl is more than a boy, then this example is given.


Abhishek Bachan has followed the example of his father Amitabh Bachan who has marri…

Who are Katoch? (Kuldevi Temple)

Picture Katoch Kuldevi Kangra Fort (Jai Ho Maa)

Katoch clan is a name of one of the ruling caste from India. Katoch is a prominent Rajput (Kshatriyas) caste of India and they basically belong to the Chandravanshi Rajput clan. Katochs have the main predominance in the states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttrakhand, and Jammu. Katoch means a good skillful swordsman and earlier, Katochs were known for their sword skills. Katoch Royal family is the oldest surviving Royal family in the world and they still live in 'Clouds End Villa', Dharamsala.


A few of the great and famous kings of this clan were king Porus who fought against King Alexander, King of Kangra Sansar Chand Katoch under whom Katoch kingdom flourished and saw his golden period, and Rajanaka Bhumi Chand who founded the Katoch dynasty. The main link between the Katoch clan and Kangra (HP, India) can be established by the long period of rule by the Katoch kings over Kangra and adjoining areas up to Jalandhar and Multan (Pa…

Truth of Sushant Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty Love Story

Read in HindiToday, the whole of the world is eagerly waiting for the truth in the love story of Sushant Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty. This story came to limelight when Shushant's father blamed Riya for the suicide of Sushant. Suddenly, Rhea Chakraborty who was a positive character in the story becomes a negative character, and we start seeing daily postmortem of their relationship on the leading TV channels. Daily we see TV channels flooded with new stories and audio clippings related to the past life of Sushant and Rhea. All this has put a question mark on their love story. Was it a really a love story or it was something else. The love story of the Shushant and Rhea has taken a bad shape because it has a bad ending with the death of Sushant. His death came as a shock for the whole nation and no one believed in the news that he can commit suicide. Sushant was a bold character according to the people who have lived around him. Therefore, everyone is shocked that what happened whic…

Threat to Indian Peafowls (Peacocks)

Read in Hindi A few years ago, it was common in the media to read such news as "20 peacocks were found dead", "Indians could no longer be proud as a house of peacocks", "peacocks were poisoned", "peacocks on the verge of extinction.". During my childhood, it was very common to see peacocks in most rural areas of India; However, as I grew, I noticed a sharp decrease in the number of peacocks. Earlier in the state of Punjab in India, you could usually see peacocks sitting quietly in the fields or on the terrace. However, due to poaching, indiscriminate use of poisons, and pesticides, the number of peacocks has declined sharply and it has become very unusual to see these beautiful birds.
In 1991, the population count for Indians peacocks by WWF India found that after India's independence, the peacock population has halved in India. Killing peacocks is a non-bailable offense in India and anyone who kills peacocks can be imprisoned for three years…