Friday, August 31, 2012


Delhi is a city that bridges two different worlds. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi created by the British Raj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. Delhi has been the seat of power for several rulers and many empires for about a millennium. Many a times the city was built, destroyed and then rebuilt here. Interestingly, a number of Delhi's rulers played a dual role, first as destroyers and then as creators.
The city's importance lies not just in its past glory as the seat of empires and magnificent monuments, but also in the rich and diverse cultures. No wonder chroniclers of Delhi culture - from Chand Bardai and Amir Khusro to present days writers - have never been at a loss for topics. In Delhi, you will discover that the city is sprinkled with dazzling gems: captivating ancient monuments, fascinating museums and art galleries, architectural wonders, a vivacious performing-arts scene, fabulous eating places and bustling markets.
Delhi has been the political hub of India. Every political activity in the country traces its roots here. This was true even of the mythological era. The Pandavas of the Mahabharata had their capital at Indraprastha, which is believed to have been geographically located in today's Delhi.

Delhi Facts
Area: 1,483 sq km
Latitudinal parallel: 28.3oN
Longitudinal meridian: 77.13oE
Altitude: 293 m above sea level
Population: 13.85million (Census 2001)
Average Temperature: 45oC (Max) - usually in May - Jun, 5oC (Min) - usually in Dec - Jan
Desirable Clothes: Woollen for winters and light cotton for summers
Rainfall: 714 mm
Monsoon: July to mid-September
Population: 13.85 (Census 2001)
Season: Extreme climate with very hot summer and very cold winter
Best time to visit: October to March
STD Code: 011
Languages: Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi
Religions: Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Judaism and Bahai Faith

Friday, August 24, 2012


 Vanya Mishra (born 27 February 1992) in Jalandhar was crowned the winner of Femina Miss India on March 30, 2012. She is currently doing her under graduate program in Electrical Engineering from PEC University of Technology. She had to compete with the 19 other models for the top honor, the Pantaloons Femina Miss India World 2012 Title.
Vanya always had a knack for social work. As a child she used to visit the school of visually impaired with her mother and insisted that she would pledge her eyes. She got a direct entry into the finals after being declared as the winner of Dabur Gulabari Miss Rose Glow 2011 contest. Her answer to the final question 'If you have an option, will you create thousand jobs or feed thousand children daily?' (sic) , which won her the award was, "Little children are innocent and anybody's heart will melt. I will also try to give them education so that they can feed themselves and their family too"(sic). She was also crowned Dabur Gulabari Miss Rose Glow 2012, Bharathi Vidyapeeth Femina Miss Photogenic 2012, Maybelline Femina Miss Colossal Eyes 2012 and Dabur Femina Miss Beautiful Skin 2012 in the subcontests of Pantaloons Femina Miss India.
Vanya represented India at the Miss World 2012 pageant in Dongsheng Fitness Center Stadium, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, China on 18th August 2012. She won the Miss Social Networking and Miss Beauty with a Purpose title and was able to make it to the the top 7, but was unable to win the crown,though she had scored more points than all the other six finalists in the previous rounds of assessment, leading to the final round. In 'Dances of the World', Vanya danced on a mujra number on the song 'Dil Cheez Kya Hai' which got rave reviews.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012


 Our National Flag, which was born on July 22, 1947, with Nehruji's words, "Now I present to you not only the Resolution but the Flag itself". This flag was first hoisted at the Council House on August 15, 1947. On august 15 1947, India adopted the horizontal tricolor of orange, white and green with blue Ashok Chakra. The tricolor was adopted since 1921 and the Ashok Chakra was added for historical depth and to separate the National flag from the Indian National Congress flag. The spoke Ashok Chakra or the Wheel of Law of 3rd century BC Mauryan Emperor Ashok. India's flag is a tricolor standard with bands of saffron, white and dark green. The saffron represents courage, sacrifice, patriotism, and renunciation. It is also the color of the Hindu people. The green stands for faith, fertility and the land, it is the color of Islam religion. The white is in the center, symbolizing the hope for unity and peace. In the center of the white band is a blue wheel with 24 spokes. This is the Ashoka Chakra (or "Wheel of Law"). The chakra represents the continuing progress of the nation and the importance of justice in life. It also appears on the Sarnath Lion, Capital of Ashoka. The largest flag in India (6.3 × 4.2 m) is flown by the government of Maharashtra atop the Mantralya building, the state administrative headquarters Lt Shri Pingali Venkayya, the man who designed the Tiranga.


Ajmer has been a home to many dynasties who came and left. They left behind the indelible marks of their cultures and traditions in the pages of the city’s history. The city is an amalgam of different cultures and a blend of Islam and Hinduism.

The three and a half centuries that followed the defeat of Prithvi Raj Chouhan saw Ajmer pass from one ruler to another. In 1556 AD it became an integral part of the Moughal empire and Akbar, the Great made it the military base for his conquest of Rajputana.

Ajmer was the pleasure resort of emperor Shahjahan as also the place where his sons Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb battled for succession to the throne of Delhi. In the 19th century the city came under the British Rule. Today, Ajmer is an important center of pilgrimage being the seat of the Dargah Sharif, the Shrine of the 12th Century Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty ----- who is revered by Hindus and Muslim alike.

One of the Muslim shrines in India, it attracts, lakhs of pilgrims from across India and the world. They come here to pay homage to the revered Sufi Saint of Khwaja Moin-ud-Din Chihsti, the bestower of boons.

The final resting place of the Saint popularly known as Gharib Nawaz, was built to the early 13th Century and is approached through a gigantic gate with silver doors.
This Digamber Jain Temple also known as the Sidhkut Chaitalaya, was constructed in 1868 A.D. Just behind the temple is the Svarna Nagri Hall, housing gilt wooden representations of scenes from the Jain mythology. These were made in Jaipur and installed here in 1896 A.D. The Hall is richly painted and decorated, the roofs are covered with excellent glass mosaic work. It has illustrative representation of the birth and life of Rishabh Dev or Adinath. The first Tirthankara. The Hall also has illustration of Ayodhya and Allahabad (Prayag) cities, the triveni or sacred baniyan tree and many other interesting murals.

Taragrh or Star Fort was earlier known as Ajaymeru Durg. It overhangs the city like a star and is nearly 2-3 Kms in circumference. It has some important gates which make the access to the fort very difficult. When viewed from the valley down below, at night, the fortress on the crest of the hill looks like a star. Build on hill locally called Beetli, the fort is also called Garh Beetli in rural songs.

Khwaja Moinuddin Chisty (R.A.) was born in Seistan (East Persia) also known as Sejistan, around 537 Hijri in a respected family. His father Khwaja Ghayasuddin (R.A.) and mother Syeda Bibi Ummalwara alias Bibi Mahe-Noor were the descendants of Hazrat Ali (R.A.) through his sons Imam Hassan and Imam Hussain, Khwaja Saheb lost both his Father and Mother at an early age of sixteen years. He inherited an orchard and a wind mill which serve as his means of livelihood. One day when Khwaja Saheb was working in his orchard, a pious dervish and Majzoob, Ebrahi Qandoozi, came and took his seat under the shade of a tree. When Khwaja Saheb saw him, he brought a bunch of grapes and presented it to his guest. The visitor ate those grapes and was delighted, and took something out of his bag, chewed it, and then offered it to his young host. Khwaja Saheb ate it without any hesitation, and at once the light of wisdom and knowledge dawned upon the young Khwaja. Thereafter he disposed of all his worldly belongings, and distributed the money amongst the poor. Having thus broken all the ties with worldly affairs, he started for Samarqand and Bukhra, then the great centers of learning for acquiring religious education and knowledge.

Thursday, August 9, 2012


Paoli Dam (born 4 October 1980) is an Indian actress who appears in mainly Bengali films. She is came into prominence with her 2009 film Kaalbela.
Dam was born in Kolkata to a Bengali Hindu family. She attended Loreto School and later Vidyasagar College in Kolkata graduating with a degree in Chemistry. Subsequently she also earned a postgraduate degree in Chemistry at the Rajabazar Science College of the University of Calcutta.
Dam began her acting career in the mega serial 'Tithir Atithi". Paoli had come into the focus after the success of Kaalbela directed by Gautam Ghose. After that she was selected for a role in Italo Spinelli's film 'Choli Ke Peeche' after Shahana Goswami and Nandana Sen backed out of the project citing excess nudity involved. Paoli made her debut with the Bengali film Agnipariksha in 2006. She was also featured in Shob Charitro Kalponik alongside Bipasha Basu. In 2012, she made her Bollywood debut in Hate Story.

Friday, August 3, 2012


Shooter Vijay Kumar images free download

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India Clinched their first silver at the London Olympics . Ace Shooter , Vijay Kumar bagged the coveted medal in the 25 metre Rapid Fire Pistol event.

Vijay Kumar recorded a score of 30 in eight series of 4 seconds each.He finished behind Cuba's Leuris Pupo who shot 34 to equal the world record. The bronze went to China. Vijay Kumar's medal is India's second in the London Games.Gagan Narang had accounted for the country's first medal when he won a bronze in the 10 metre air rifle event.

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