Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Looking for area wise Team leaders for Matrubhoomi Swabhimaan.

Looking for area wise Team leaders for Matrubhoomi Swabhimaan.
Together, we shall make India truly great.

Please send your details on rashtriyaswabhimaan@gmail.com

Jai Hind

Paritosh Vyas

Monday, March 9, 2015

राष्ट्रीय स्वाभिमान - विचार , लक्ष्य व नारा





हमारे साथ कार्य करने के लिए कृपया यह फॉर्म भरें: http://bit.ly/1GsRnVq

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Monday, March 26, 2012

Vilification Campaign against Modi and India. Pl react.



It has come to our notice that organisations based abroad are indulging in vilification campaign against Mr Modi and the State of India ,citing Godhra Riots, Kandhamal and Kashmir among others.

We would like to point out to these elements which include Dr. Najid Hussain, Mr. Shaheen Khateeb and Dr. Angana Chatterji thatYour slandering campaign against Indian representatives like Mr Modi and the entire Indian state and a result of the sick mindset and a Muslim hegemonic desire over India. You portray India and Mr Modi as a modern day Frankenstein who devours Muslims and the entire Minority ( By the term Minority, I do not think that Muslims can be called that in India, as they are the 2nd largest Majority in India).

We will attempt to reason with your organisation and hope that sanity is given to you by the Ever Merciful.

Lets start with your pet project- Vilification and demonizing Mr Modi. Godhra riots took place because Muslims murdered 59 Hindus. It was a communal reaction and the State did its best to control the riots. Where is Mr Modi coming in? Lies after lies have been planted by modern day Goebbels like you and your organisations with a hope that when lies are shouted at full lung power, again and again, some may believe them to be true. People of Gujarat have moved ahead and your rabid procrastination will not be able to instigate them.

Today Gujarat is leading India in the path of progress and its Muslim citizens are better off than your brethren in not only other parts of India, but in places like Pakistan, Sudan, Morocco, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan and other places where Muslims are butchering countless other Muslims. Would like a response to what you feel when Assad's henchmen are going on a killing spree in Syria and the Taliban hordes are endangering the populace in countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan. More examples are possible but not needed as a few words are enough.

Are people and orgs like yours afraid of Strong Nationalist leader like Mr Modi coming to power and negating the influence of the Petro dollars on Indian polity? Are you afraid that your hidden agendas will not only be countered but eliminated by leaders like him? Is this your real fear? Stop be -fooling people of the world.

And stop shedding crocodile tears. Do you really believe that there have been no worse cases in the world ever? Have you forgotten the plight of the Kashmiris Hindi pundits who have been killed, maimed, tortured, raped, hunted and driven away by your monsters in Kashmir? And that in a country when you are showcasing as a laboratory of ethnic cleansing, far bigger than that of Hitler as he massacred the Jews, the same Jews which a vast proportion of Islamic countries would like to destroy, given the chance. So stop your holier than thou approach. Also the evil designs of the unholy Pakistan over Kashmir has created this problem and its proxy war had killed thousands. Jihadi camps across the border In POK are a living proof of the rogue support a rouge state gives to terrorists. So sad , Muslims once again killing Muslims?

Now on to Dr Angina oops, Angana Chatterjis testimony on Odisha (Please at least know the proper names of places in India), mass killings in Kashmir and plight of Sikhs- Hey We have news for you- What happened in Odisha was a tribal backlash on Christian propaganda who were working for proselytisation by luring the innocent tribals into Christianity by tricks and money and was an incident of violence and a law and order problem which was tackled accordingly and there has been peace since then. She has the audacity to compare Kashmir to Palestine! She is akin to a snake which bites the hands of the one who gives milk to it.Wonder how much funding is sh receiving from the Anti India lobby?Ms Angana is lucky that she has been born and is a citizen of democratic India or else she would have been put behind bars or more for sedition in a lesser state.


Pl note facts can be either suppressed in a totalitarian state, tin pot dictator countries or sheikhdoms, and India is none of these but the largest and the most vibrant secular democratic country in the world. Wonder how many Islamic countries allow such freedom as India? Give equal rights to all citizens as India and where minorities become the Constitutional heads like Prime Minister, Presidents, Governors, chief Justices, Chief Election Commissioners and all relevant posts? Do you have even one country in the world where Minorities get such rights? The answer is a BIG NO!

Indian State does not discriminate on terror issues unlike what that woman has stated. There are umpteen cases where terrorists across communities have been held. Please remember, a terrorist is a terrorist! If you want more details, I will be glad to provide the same to you. And I am sure that you already have those answers with you, considering that you have a well orchestrated professional machinery in place to head the smear India campaign.

The biggest sick joke cracked by her is regarding the Sikh brethren. No Sikh in India is under Khalistani illusions and Punjab is one of the most progressive states, once again headed by…wonder of wonders a BJP and Akali Dal combine! Wow. What a combination!

There are other organisations which have sought US intervention over the suspension of Sanjeev Bhatt! now this is called meddling and no one likes meddlers.

These people say Narendra Modi’s government is guilty of ethnic cleansing. Modi is India's Milosevic. Now that is a slander campaign which needs to be tackled by the masses and we appeal Indians to give suitable reply to such people,

We are Indians and proud to be so. Our Hindus and Muslims Live together and even when we fight , it is our internal matter and no outsider is allowed to poke their noses into our affairs. Don’t forget our Muslim soldiers killed many a Pakistani in Kargil war and the entire Muslim community is one as far as India is concerned. They enjoy more freedom than any of the Islamic theocratic states and are proud Indians.

Mr Modi, I reiterate is poised to be a part of Indian destiny and you soon will have an opportunity to eat crow! So even though Time may be lying, Brookings Institution blog article may be lying, and may be top Indian journals and industrialists may be lying, only sick minded anti India organisations spearheading these vilification campaigns are Right!

I once again hope that you see reason as whatever propaganda of falsehood you try to promote will be defeated by us, the people of India.

Vande Mataram and Jai Hind


Friday, March 23, 2012

Gudi Padhwa/Ugadi


Gudi Padwa, also known as Ugadi, is celebrated on the first day of the Hindu month of Chaitra, which according to the Gregorian calendar would fall sometime at the end of March and the beginning of April. This festival is supposed to mark the beginning of 'Vasant' or spring. According to the 'Brahma Purana', this is the day on which Brahma created the world after the deluge and time began to tick from this day forth.

India was, and still is to a certain extent, a predominantly agrarian society. Thus, celebrations and festivals were often linked to the turn of the season and to the sowing and reaping of crops. There is a theory that the word 'padwa' might have its roots in the Sanskrit word for crop, which is 'Pradurbhu.' The word 'padwa' as used contemporarily means 'New Year', but this day also marks the end of one harvest and the beginning of a new one, which for an agricultural community would signify the beginning of a New Year. In the case of Gudi Padwa, it is celebrated at the end of the Rabi season. The term 'padava' or 'padavo' is also associated with Dipawali, another New Year celebration that comes at the end of the harvesting season, thus substantiating the agricultural link to the festival.

The festivities

On the festive day, courtyards in village houses will be swept clean and plastered with fresh cowdung. Even in the city, people take the time out to do some spring cleaning. Women and children work on intricate rangoli designs on their doorsteps, the vibrant colours mirroring the burst of colour associated with spring. Everyone dresses up in new clothes and it is a time for family gatherings. Specialities like soonth panak and chana usal are eaten on this day.

Traditionally, families are supposed to begin the festivities by eating the bittersweet leaves of the neem tree. Sometimes, a paste of neem leaves is prepared and mixed with ajwain, gul, tamarind and jaggery. All the members of the family consume this paste, which is believed to purify the blood and strengthen the body's immune system against diseases.

The 'gudi'

While the 'padwa' part has been explained, you're probably wondering what a 'gudi' is. A 'gudi' is a pole on top of which an upturned brass or silver pot called a kalash is placed. The gudi is covered with a colourful silk cloth and decorated with coconuts, marigolds and mango leaves that symbolize nature's bounty. On Gudi Padwa, you will find gudis hanging out of windows or otherwise prominently displayed in traditional Maharashtrian households.

Ugadi is the New Year's Day for the people of Andhra Pradesh/Karnataka . Those who live north of the Vindhya hills observe it as "Barhaspatyamana". People living to the south of the Vindhya hills observe it as "Sauramana" or "Chandramana".


Ugadi

Chaitri navratri- celebrations , story and rituals

Chaitra Navratri, also popular as Chait Navratras, is the nine-day festival observed in the month of Chaitra. Chaitra Navratras starts on the first day in Chaitra month and ends on Ram Navmi, the ninth day of the month. As per the legends mentioned in the Puranas and other Hindu scriptures, Chaitra Navratri is the actual Navratri during which Goddess Durga was worshipped. But during the time of Ramayan war, Lord Ram worshipped Durga at the time of Ashwin month. Since then, Ashwin Navratri has become the main festive season to worship goddess Durga.

Importance Of Chaitra Navratri

Chaitra Navratri is one of the most important festival of Hindus. Devotees worship Maa Shakti, Goddess of cosmic power, during this time and wish to be bestowed by divine benediction from Goddess. Fasting and praying mark the Navratri celebrations. Goddess Shakti manifests herself in three different dimensions as Goddess Laxmi, Saraswati and Durga. Navratri is divided into sets of three days to adore three different aspects of the supreme goddess or goddesses.

On the first three days Durga or Goddess of Energy is worshipped.The next three days are devoted to Lakshmi or Goddess of Wealth and the last three days for Saraswati or Goddess of Knowledge. On the eighth and ninth day, Yagna (sacrifice offered to the fire) is performed to honor Durga Mata and bid her farewell. On these days Kanya Puja is performed. Nine young girls (those who have not reached at the puberty stage) representing the nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped. In some regions a young boy also accompanies them who symbolizes Bhairav, who is considered as protector against all evils. Those who worship Goddess without any expectation or desire being fulfilled receive her blessings as ultimate freedom from all bondages.

Navratri and Tantra

The period of Navratri is considered to be very significant and fruitful from view point of Tantric practices. It is said that one achieves greater Tantric powers during these period of Navratras. The cosmic motherly power blesses the worshipers who fathom mysterious ways of Tantra and practice it correctly. Those who worship Goddess in or around Shakti Peetha (Special Shakti Temples) harvest great rewards even faster.

Navratri, besides being a period of introspection and purification, is also considered an auspicious time for starting new ventures.


First Day - The first day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called Shailputri, the daughter of the Himalayas. She is a form of Shakti, the companion of Lord Shiva.

Second Day - The second day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is known as 'Brahmacharini'. The name is derivative of the word 'Brahma', which means 'Tapa' or penace. She is also a form of Mata Shakti.

Third Day - The third day is dedicated to the goddess Chandraghanta, the symbolic representation of beauty and bravery.

Fourth Day - The fourth day is dedicated to the goddess Kushmandas, the creator of the entire Universe.

Fifth Day - The fifth day is dedicated to the Goddess Skand Mata, the mother of the chief warrior of the Gods army the Skanda.

Sixth Day - The sixth day is dedicated to the goddess Katyayani with three eyes and four hands.

Seventh Day - The seventh day is dedicated to the Goddess 'Kalratri', meant to make the devotees fearless.

Eighth Day - The eight day is dedicated to the Mata Rani or 'Maha Gauri', represents calmness and exhibits wisdom.

Ninth Day - The ninth day is dedicated to Durga also referred as Siddhidatri. It is believed that she has all the eight siddhis and is worshipped by all the Rishis and Yogis.