Monday, December 10, 2012

A perfect festive shopping stuff for my gorgeous wife

A special virtual shopping by me from Shoopers stop - website www.shoppersstop.com , it's a wide range of products, more choice options and well describe product details on website. I said, it's virtual and 100% satisfaction store for woman shopping.

I added in my basket

Festive Dress

Titan Raga Watch

Special gift to my wife is Mangalsutra
Trendy Chappal
Hair Accessory
Bracelets & Earings


A special Perfume
So, a complete collection is here now.


Thank You for watching and reading

Friday, August 17, 2012

How to get Success in Arrange Marriage?

Love Marriage ya Arranged Marriage!

This is a most debatable question is the world both topics have strong points to discuss and reasons.

As per my experience, Arranged marriages are more successful then love marriage. My marriage is also arranged and all vidhi, puja has been done properly.
Now a days, Human mentality is more forwarded and they are bit relax in relationship growth. 

If everyone follow below steps then arranged marriage gets 100% successful.

Step 1 : Meet parents and girl's home and interchange family values between both families. discuss about your family members, your life style, living style and both family can see boy and girl. After meeting just discuss with family about their likes and dislikes in your life partner's family views. If both are agreed then go for step 2.

Step 2 : Invite girl family to boy's house where she will live after marriage so girl's family can see their lifestyle and a place where girl will stay, rooms, kitchen, bedrooms, neighbors, surrounding area etc.. this time arrange one to one meeting between boy and girl in one room. discuss with family about more brief and idea after 2nd meeting between two families and also ask to girl and boy about their decision to 3rd meeting

Step 3 : After boy and girl like to meet again, send them to cafe or restaurant for food where they can discuss about their future. they feel more relax and talk more between their like, dislikes, friend's group, college, workplace, favourites etc.. etc..

Step 4 : After girl and boy are happy and wants to became a life partner, greet to each other and family. cheers! Celebrate your new life long relationships... Exchange some gifts, greeting cards. don't forget any member of the family

After these 4 steps, I don't think that arranged marriage get unsuccessful. After Sagai, girl and boy can go for restaurant or parks and garden, going for movie and shopping. In this time, they can measure each other, anyone can break this relationship if they feel the cheating to create this relationship.

Reason to broke.
1) boy hide his past to girl or girl hide her past to boy 
2) family has hide some internal family problems
3) discuss any allergic disease or hereditary disease to each other
and many more....

I support for arranged marriage, visit www.facebook.com/LoveYaArrange and don't forget to see New edge serial Love YA Arrage marriage on Sony TV, Let's see who will win :)

Please comments here and post your views, share with others and like it!

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Time to visit Melbourne, A heaven on earth

A Dream city of mine to visit once in My life is Melbourne. My pleasure to write now on "...it's your time to visit Melbourne NOW!"

Why it's my Dream City


1) It has awesome weather by 365x24x7 days

2) My best close friend staying at Melbourne, Victoria since 2007
3) I love to enjoy Cafe and hangout places and Melbourne have lots of cafe in streets
4) I love sports, Melbourne is sporting city 

A place on earth where Adventures, fun, Refreshments, Nature, Wild life, Hills, Museum, cafe, Ballooning city scene, Skiing, shopping for women(they loved it) in Queen Victoria Market, Penguins, Zoo and many many more then you must visit Melbourne...it's your time to visit Melbourne NOW! Melbourne call it a heaven from earth. It's full of Parks, Garden, Gallery and Historic architectures.


Here, People are very helpful and even city centers gives you whole information about to stay, food, site scene of the city. Instead of contact to any agency or travel agent just contact to government city centers. Click here to see city center details


I love beer and It's allowed you to drink beer at any place. My friend says he can drink beer in train, buses also. Simply loved this place. You can enjoy variety of local wines with cool cool climate... WOW


Another thing I like to approach is informative website http://www.visitmelbourne.com/, any unknown person get the vast information from Melbourne city, it's updated on day to day basis with colorful pictures, information and discounted deals for you. Information available in 14 language.


So Speak it loudly "...it's your time to visit Melbourne NOW!" and get your tickets to Melbourne.... Don't be miss...


Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Uttarakhand Culture :: Regional Culture :: Indian Culture

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The culture of a place depends upon its inhabitants, environment and its heritage. Uttarakhand has all the things in abundance. In fact, it has every thing that any tourist could want. The most significant donor for giving mass appeal to tourism in Uttaranchal is the state’s rich culture, an excellent intermingling of exoticism as well as the way of life. Frequently thought-out to be the belt of Hindu culture, the Uttaranchal’s culture is beyond doubt one of the most vital tourist attractions of Uttaranchal.

The highlights of the Uttaranchali culture should be its history, people, religion and dances. All of them are a beautiful amalgamation of different influences from all the races and dynasties it has been ruled by. Its history is chequered in comparison to the arts culture but still interesting enough to hold a person’s consideration. Its dances are connected to life and human existence and exhibit myriad human emotions. Any trip to this tranquil will be incomplete unless you explore the wonderful culture and lifestyle of the local people.

Dances
Majestic Himalayan Mountains of Uttarakhand have an array of legends and activities attached to them. The state of Uttaranchal has a rich tradition of performing arts and especially dances. Nearly all of the performing arts are tremendously popular in the Garhwal region of the state.

History
Uttarakhand literally means Northern Section. Earlier it was a part of the state of Uttar Pradesh but now it is an independent state. Uttarakhand also has the sobriquet of ‘The Land of Gods’ and ‘The Heavenly Abode’.

People
Uttarakhand is a region with great ethnic diversity. Though nobody can be called a native here, there are tribes and villages of people who have no other place to relate to. They are mostly dependent on agriculture and handicrafts.

Religion
Religion or faith can be defined as belief in a supernatural power that protects us, punishes us and provides us with whatever we need. It sometimes has a face and sometimes it doesn’t but the faith prompts people to worship this power.

Tripura Culture :: Regional Culture :: Indian Culture

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Due to its multi-cultural and multi-lingual communities in Tripura, there are various festivals celebrated in the state. Garia and Gajan festival is celebrated in the month of April. Rabindra/ Nazrul Jayanti is celebrated in the month of May. Manasa Mangal is also celebrated in the month of August throughout the state. Tripura is mostly inhabited by the Bengalis who celebrate Durga Puja with pomp and grandeur throughout the state in the month of October. Ashokastami held during the month of April is celebrated in Unakoti. Boat Race held at Melaghar and Gandacherra is celebrated in the month of August. Diwali is celebrated within the premises of Mata Tripureswari Temple located at Udaipur in the month of November.

¤ Dance Culture of the State

The culture of dance in Tripura is vibrant and associated with the ethnic tribes that are both indigenous and native. The Tripuri community, the Reang Community, the Chakma community, Halam (Malsum) Community, Lushai community and Garo tribes are some of the tribes that has exotic dress code and dance form.

Garia Dance
Due to its mountainous region, Tripuris employ the Jhum cultivation. Tripuris culture and life mainly revolve around the Jhum cultivation. Usually they pray to the God 'Garia' for a good harvest after the sowing of the seeds had been done in the middle of April. Sometimes the celebrations go on for many days when they decide to entertain their respective deities with the feet of song and dance.


Lebang Boomani Dance
There is a period to rest, for the Tripuris after the Garia festival. Whenever folks of charming colourful insects known as 'Lebang' visit these hill slopes for the sown seeds, the tribal youths start indulging in merry-making. The men make a rhythmic sound by the help of the two bamboo chips in their hands and women run on the hill slopes to catch the insects. The fact is that the rhythm from the bamboo chips attract the insects and the women catch them. One of the most famous dances of Tripura, in these dances Tripuris use the musical instruments like khamb made of bamboo, flute, Sarinda, lebang made of bamboo and bamboo cymbal.

Hozagiri Dance
This dance form of the Reang Community is quite different from other dances. The performer dances by moving his waist till his feet with a wonderful wave whereas movement of the upper torso and the hands is somewhat restricted. Here the belle of the dance stands on an earthen pitcher with a bottle on the head and a lighted lamp on it. The dance never fails to impress the onlookers. The Reang women put coin rings, which covers the entire upper part.

Bizu Dance
This is popular form of dance that is characteristic of the Chakma community. During 'Chaitra-Sankranti' this dance is performed and denote the end of Bengali Calendar year. The Chakmas dance and sing, bidding goodbye to the ending year and welcomed the new year. Orchestration of this dance is seen with the rhythm coming from the 'Khenggarang' and 'Dhukuk'(flutes).

Hai-Hak Dance
The social and economic life of the Halam also is based on the Jhum cultivation. When the harvesting season ends, the Malsum tribe, which comes under the Halam, adores and praises Goddess Laxmi. It is during this, they enjoy their Hai-Hak dance. Rhythms of the dance and the lively people reflect the tradition inherited through the ages.

Wangala Dance
This dance is performed by the Garo community. When the ceremony starts, 'Wangala' (1st rice eating ceremony) is performed in every house and the head of the community known as Sangnakma visits every house and cuts a pumpkin as part of the ceremony. The pumpkin is sacrificed and after the ritual is done, all the women would dance to the beats of 'Dama' and 'Aaduri' made out of buffalo horn. It usually explains the rehearsal for war.

Welcome Dance
Lusai community have Welcome dance for welcoming visitors. The Lusai girls wear colorful dresses and they dances whenever visitors come to their houses. These girls do not need much ornaments since the dress is so colourful.

Cheraw Dance
The Darlong community perform this dance. This dance stem from their faith in afterlife. They had the belief that man are destined to go to heaven after death. The firm belief in the afterlife had even made pregnant woman perform this dance through out day and night. Their thought that even when the woman dies , the woman goes to heaven with the courage and confidence along with the joy from the sound of the bamboo as the rhythm of dance produced till she dies.

Tamil Nadu Culture :: Regional Culture :: Indian Culture

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Tamilnadu has a great tradition of heritage and culture that developed over 2,000 years ago and still continues to flourish. This great cultural heritage of the state of Tamilnadu evolved through the rule of dynasties that ruled the state during various phases of history. Many of the ruling dynasties gave patronage to art and culture that resulted into the development and evolution of a unique Dravidian culture that Tamilnadu today symbolizes with.

Under the rule of the Pallavas, Cholas and the Pandya kings, there were tremendous growth and development in the field of art, architecture and literature, which reached great heights. The history of Tamil language can be traced back to the age of the Tolkapiyam, the Tamil Grammar text, ascribed to around 500 B.C. Similarly, the Sangam literature dates back to 500 B.C.

People of Tamilnadu
Tamil Nadu is one of the most urbanized states of India but most of the people still live in villages. In Tamil Nadu, there is an established caste system with traditional differentiations a lot more pronounced than in many other parts of India. A large part of population is confined to the Chennai (covering industrial areas, townships and the surrounding villages) and those around Madurai, Tiruchchirappall and Coimbatore. About 80 percent of the people in Tamil Nadu follow Hinduism. A substantial percentage of population in Tamil Nadu follows Christianity and Islam.

Languages Spoken in Tamil Nadu
Tamil is the official language of Tamil Nadu state and one of the 18 languages mentioned in the eighth schedule of the Indian constitution. Tamil is one of the classical languages of the world, with a rich heritage of literature. It is the most widely spoken language in Tamil Nadu. Besides Tamil Nadu, Tamil is also spoken by a number of people in Sri Lanka, Singapore, Mauritius and Malaysia. The antiquity of Tamil is comparable to Sanskrit. Tamil is written in a derivative of the southern 'Brahmi' script. The alphabet of Tamil is unique (phonetic). That is, in Tamil language letters represent sounds, rather than ideas, as is the case in the 'Mandarin' language of China.

Religions in Tamil Nadu
The history and culture of Tamilnadu goes back to thousands years back. For centuries, people of various religions have been residing in the state. The main religions in Tamilnadu are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Jainism. Hinduism, along with its various sects, is the oldest religion in the state. Hindus are followers of number of sectarian monastic institutions (called mathas).

Tamilnadu Cuisines
Like all other South Indian states, Tamil Nadu is also known for a wide variety of delicious food both for the vegetarians as well as the non-vegetarians. Grains, lentils, rice and vegetables are the main ingredients of the traditional foods of Tamil Nadu. Spices add flavor and give a distinctive taste to the Tamil cuisines. Some of the most common and popular dishes of the region are idly, dosai, vada, pongal and Uppuma. Coconut chutney and sambhar invariably form a part of most of the Tamil dishes.

Sikkim Culture :: Regional Culture :: Indian Culture

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The culture of any place is often depicted through its cuisine, people, religion, language, art & crafts, music and dance. In Sikkim, you will find a perfect blend of all these attributes to make a distinct culture of its own. Not only this, Sikkim embraces a synthesis of various communities along with their practiced religions. Sikkim culture has also been imbibed from the neighboring countries without compromising on its own individuality. In this section, we have put in the various facets of Sikkim culture in the following articles.

Sikkim People
Sikkim has an interfusion of diverse communities, cultures, religions and customs. Sikkim is a fine specimen of harmony between people from different areas and regions. In Sikkim, the leading communities are the Lepchas, Bhutias and Nepalese. However, the municipal areas are dominated by the plainsmen, who have settled there, owing to their businesses and Government services.

Sikkim Cuisine
Sikkim has a blend of cultures and traditions of Nepal, India, Bhutan and Tibet. So, has the cuisine of this state. The bizarre combination of various cuisines has resulted into a specific cuisine, which is now called as cuisine of Sikkim. Today, Sikkim boasts of its own dietary culture that comprises food habits and some special recipes.

Sikkim Languages
Language is undoubtedly a crucial medium to communicate. Sikkim is a multi-lingual state, where people of many communities reside harmoniously. Nepali can be termed as the major spoken language in Sikkim. However, English is also frequently used, though it is mainly spoken in municipal areas.

Sikkim Religions
The Sikkimese are highly devout people and religions play a major role in Sikkim. Buddhism and Hinduism are the two major religions of Sikkim. Perhaps, Buddhism comes into view as the predominant religious practice in Sikkim. Though, Hinduism is the actual religion that is followed by the majority of people.

Sikkim Art and Craft
Sikkim is renowned for its dazzling and appealing beauty. The charm of this state is ever enticing and no one can remain abstain from its allure. In fact, Sikkim is resplendent with not only its natural beauty but with its art and craft too. The cultural richness of Sikkim is visible in its quality handicrafts.

Sikkim Dances
The cultural heritage of Sikkim is expressed in its traditional folk dances. Sikkim is domiciled by many ethnic castes and tribes; each of them has its own interesting folk dances. These folk dances and music have become an inseparable part of Sikkim Culture.