Well want to reduce your weight and cholesterol levels? Would you like to reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes? Want to get away with depression and gain a sound sleep? Well then read on.
FLAX SEEDS (alsi in hindi) is the wonder food at your service. Studies have revealed that people who include “FLAX SEEDS” in their diet, have lower cholesterol levels, reduced weight, reduced possibility of heart-diseases, cancer, diabetes and depression. Just 3 tablespoons a day -1.5 tablespoon in the morning and 1.5 tablespoon in the evening – will extend you vitality and sound health. People who suffer from weight problems, may cut-down their weight by including “FLAX SEEDS” in their diet, as it includes ‘OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS’, and is very low in carbohydrates, not to forget it has a high amount of minerals, vitamins and proteins
So how do we consume it? well never have “FLAX SEEDS’ in raw form. One should grind the flax seeds in a grinder and then consume the powdered “FLAX SEEDS” with curd or sprinkle it on salad, sandwich etc (1-2 tablespoons at a time per person)
SO GO ON AND ENJOY THE WONDER FOOD – “flax seeds”
In the Romantic Saga ‘MUGHAL-E-AZAM’ prince Salim mightily expresses to his beloved Anarkali with a lot of passion in his voice:
“MOHABBAT JO DARTI HAI, WOH MOHABBAT MOHABBAT NAI, AIYASHI HAI GUNAAH HAI”
In-short, ‘LOVE MEANS FEARLESS’. If a person is truly in love, no matter what the odds, sense of fear cannot even touch his mind, cause fear and love can never go hand in hand. If there’s fear, there is no love just lust prevailing. where there’s love, only hope and courage reside. So all you people out there who think they are in love just one question to be answered by you, to you yourself: KYA AAPKI MOHABBAT DARTI HAI?
Exactly 100 years ago, on December 27, 1911 our National Anthem(Rastra Gaan) was first sung at the Calcutta Session of the Indian National Congress. “Jana Gana Mana” was officially adopted by the Constituent Assembly as the Indian national anthem on January 24, 1950.
“Jana Gana Mana” was penned down by the great Noble Laureate ‘Shri Rabindranath Tagore’. The interesting fact about “Jana Gana Mana” is the text, though Bengali, is highly sanskritized. Rabindranathji composed the music for it and translated it into English, known as the Morning Song Of India.
Long Live My INDIA 🙂
Today is 25th December, celebrated every year as Christmas marking the birthday of the most passionate ‘JESUS CHRIST’ :D. Just thought of reminding myself while wishing everyone Christmas, having cakes and pastries, partying and enjoying the very auspicious sunday afternoon the ‘PASSION OF CHRIST’.
What was the ‘PASSION OF CHRIST’? – like we are passionate about our career, life partner, work – ‘CHRIST’S’ PASSION was being ‘COMPASSIONATE’ (extreme forgiveness, behisaab daya-karuna bhaav).
He Blissfully, wearing the crown of thorns died for us, crucified himself for us, so that we could go to heaven, we could avail nirvana(moksha). While Being crucified with nails and hammers he compassionately spoke:
SO, JUST WHILE MERRY-MAKING TODAY, SPARE JUST A MINUTE, TO REMEMBER MY JESUS WITH COMPASSION AND PERFORM ONE SUCH DEED, THAT SHALL MAKE HIM PROUD OF US! AMIN 🙂
Lately I learned how MIRACULOUSLY I was born (the incident is quite filmy though 🙂 ). Basically when mother was expecting me, she was physically quite ill, hence doctors advised to abort the child (me), if she wouldn’t then could cause danger to both of our lives. Doctors injected a very high dose of coitus aborting drug. 15 days later, when mother got examined, doctors got shocked. I was still there ( now 2 months old :)). They Were shocked cause 5 other patients were treated with the same drug and the result was positive. Mom got injected with a double dose (highest possible). 15 days down the line, ‘I WAS STILL THERE’. Doctors now suggested to just pray and pray, cause in any case, if the baby was born, baby would be either dead or would be born with physical deformities like blindness, paralysis, mentally challenged (this still I may be :P) to name a few.
Before My birth, my MOM prayed, prayed and prayed. Today I stand 6 feet 3 inches tall, I weigh 95 kg (rest you all know :P)
My point is, “MIRACLES DO HAPPEN” if we have faith in the ‘ALMIGHTY’ and no science, no matter how powerful, can explain it. KEEP THE FAITH GOING, KABHI-KABHI USSPAR CHHODNA PADTA HAI 😀
Why This Kolaveri Di (Tamil: வொய் திஸ் கொலவெறி டி, English:Why This Murderous Rage, Girl?) is an Indian song from the soundtrack of the upcoming TamilFilm 3, which is due to be released in 2012. Written and sung by Dhanush, the song was composed by debutante music director Anirudh Ravichander.
Well we all Know this but let me put forward few things which are quite interesting:
1. The Tamil Film ‘3’ s Director is AISHARIYA ‘RAJNIKANTH’ DHANUSH, ANNA RAJNI SIR’S Daughter 🙂
2. The Music Composer is ANIRUDH RAVICHANDER, ANNA RAJNI SIR’S Nephew 😀
3. Finally, Dhanush, the singer is ANNA RAJNI SIR’S Son-in-law 🙂
On 24 November 2011, this song became the first Tamil film song to be premiered on a national music channel, MTV India . The song crossed a crore (16 million) hits on YouTube on 05 December, 2011.
Bhai Jab RAJNIKANTHJI ka naam kisi cheez se judey aur wo hit na ho, ye kaise ho sakta hai? Aaj tak jo bhi unpar jokes baney the wo sab sach ho gaye hai aisa lagta hai.Taking no credit from the entire team of ‘KOLAVERI DI’ but seriously, does the success of it has anything to do with ANNA RAJNISIR KONNECTION?
Dharam Dev Anand (26 September 1923 – 4 December 2011), better known as Dev Anand, was an Indian Hindi Cinema actor, director and film producer. Legendary Bollywood actor Dev Anand once said that a song from his filmHum Dono gave him the philosophy he has lived by all his life. As the last strains of Mai zindagi ka saath nibhata chala gaya fade, they leave a void in memory no other star of the Indian film industry can ever fill in grace, compassion and style.
Dev Anand, or Dev Saab as he was fondly called, Dev Anand died in a hotel in London at the age of 88 on 3 December 2011 due to a cardiac arrest.He was reportedly in London for a medical check up.Condolences poured in from all corners of the Indian film industry, with most of them remembering his positive attitude towards life.
We Pray That The Soul Rest In Peace, Amin!
D entire nation went into a rage when the news of Aishwariya Rai bachchan delievering a girl spread. It was like a national festival for the entire Indian nation. One point I would like to discuss here is that, just imagine d Fate(bhagya) of the little angel. Look at it this way:
1. Great Grandfather, Shri Harivanshrai Bachchan(great poet and philosopher)
2. Grandfather, Shri Amitabh Bachchan
3. GrandMother, Jaya Bachchan
4. Father-Mother, Abhishek and Aishwariya Bachchan
The auspiciuos Fate Of The Little angel doesn’t stop here. The Angel, less than a month old has been offered Rs 5 crores for her first public snaps.
Isiliye To Kehte Hai “SAB BHAGYA KA KHEL HAI” 😀
Well We all have heard d sayin ‘RAGS-TO-RICHES’, CHANDRAGUPTA MAURYA (born c. 340 BCE , ruled c. 320 BCE – 298 BCE) is d epitome(swaroop) of this saying. Chanakya had this dream of ‘AKHAND BHARAT’-A UNIFIED INDIA, where righteousness and prosperity prevailed. For this he had to overthrow the the unrighteous, cruel and treacherous Dhanananda King of Nanda Dynasty.
Chanakya literally Picked up Chandragupta from the streets and trained him wisely so that chandragupta could become the first king who could unify the whole of India, which he actaully did.
Chandragupta succeeded in conquering most of the Indian subcontinent. Chandragupta is considered the first unifier of India and its first genuine emperor.
After Chandragupt’s conquests, the Maurya Empire extended from Bengal and Assam in the east, to Afghanistan and Balochistan in the west, to Kashmir and Nepal in the north, and to the Deccan Plateau in the south.
His achievements, which ranged from conquering Macedonian satrapies in the northwest and conquering the Nanda Empire by the time he was only about 20 years old, to achieving an alliance with Seleucus I Nicator and establishing centralized rule throughout South Asia, remain some of the most celebrated in the history of India. Over two thousand years later, the accomplishments of Chandragupta stand out in the history of South Asia.