Thursday, August 26, 2010

Raksha Bandhan

24th August a special day for every brother and sister. Yes exactly this is Raksha Bandhan formally known as the day of Brother and sister. Every year this day is celebrated on Full moon day of Shraavana. This is the day which makes the relationship of Brother and sister stronger.

Sister tie up the Rakhi that is a holly thread on her brother‘s wrist and wish for his long life. Brothers in return offer gifts to her sister and promise her always to be there to help her. They enjoy sweets as well. Behind every Indian festival there is a historical story. In the Same way there is a story behind celebration of Raksha Bandhan.

Around 15th Century there was a Queen called Rani Karnavti the widow of Chittor’s King. That time there were many wars between Different Emperors. When Queen Rani Karnavati felt that she would be not able to defend her kingdom from Sultan of Gujarat, Bahadur Shah, then she sent a rakhi to Emperor Humayon. In return Humayon helped his sister by sending his military to be part of Rani Defender.

In other parts of India different state celebrate this day as per there Tradition. Every Festival is special which give us the time to share and spend some time with our family and relatives this makes our relationship stronger.

Sunday, August 15, 2010


Today India is celebrating its 63 yr of Independence Day. Every 15th August memorized as the day when India became independent from British rule. This day is also counted as a national holiday. This day Hon’ble Prime Minister hoists the National flag “Tiranga” at Red Fort and delivers speech there. This speech includes all the important issues of nation.

It’s a national festival of India which memorized us our responsibility and sincerity towards India. Our freedom fighters have struggled so much to get us free from British rule. People enjoy this day by flying kites in sky which means we are free as the kites are free to fly in sky. Today I can see everybody is enjoying this day with their friends, neighbors, and relatives who increase our strength and shows that though India is divided in different states and every state has different language, culture, tradition but still we are one India one Nation.

Proud to be Indian and Love your nation

Saturday, August 7, 2010


Haryana at a Glance

North India
Hindi, Haryanvi and Punjabi

Here we have one more colorful state in India called “Haryana”. It is a north Indian state and surrounded by Rajasthan, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal. Delhi is one of the closest state and a large area of Haryana in included in National Capital Region NCR. Gurgaon and Faridabad is famous for its large industrial area. Most of the big companies could be found there.

Haryana is famous for agriculture. It is famous for milk, barley, rice, pulses, sugarcane and wheat production. With its productive and fertile soil, Haryana counted as one of most agricultural state. Here people are straight forward and hardworking. Major part of the state consist Jat, Punjabis and Gujjars. People are very traditional and with full of great hospitality nature.

If you will go through the history Haryana is also famous of the Indus Valley Civilization. You can also find the Shivalik hills and Aravalli Range here which always drags attraction of tourist. Tourist would also find Hills, forests, monuments, temples, gardens to visit. The most famous handicraft Fair “Surajkund Crafts Mela” also is a great part of tourist choice.