Top 10 Best Bhakti Songs in Hindi

1. Tune Mujhe Bulaya Sherawaliye
Singer: Mohammed Rafi.
Movie: Asha.
2. He Ram He Ram
Singer:  Jagjit Singh.
3. Maa Sherawaliye
Singer: Sonu Nigam.
Movie: Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi
4. Shirdi wale Sai Baba
Singer: Mohammed Rafi
Movie: Amar Akbar Anthanoy
5. O Palan hare
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar.
Movie: Lagaan
6. Itni Shakti Hume Dena Data
Singer: Poornima.
7. Ae Maalik Tere Bande Hum
Singer: Lata Mangeshkar.
Movie:  Do Aankhen Barah Hath.
8. Shree Hanuman Chalisa
Singer: Suresh Wadkar , Udit Narayan ,Kumar Sanu
Album: Hanuman Chalisa
9. Leke Pooja Ki Thali
Singer: Suresh Wadekar.
Movie: Jai Maa Vaishno Devi.
10. Hey Naam Re
Singer: Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle.

Movie: Suhaag

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How to Look Glamorous Everyday or Specially Karva Chauth

1. Start Early: Perfection takes time, and so does Beauty. So ladies!!! Start early. Schedule beauty appointment with your beautician a minimum a week ahead your date. Share your concerns with her/him like acne, dry skin, hair fall.

2. Get the skins glowing: Get your skin to glow like a pearl by taking care of it every day and nights. For a special occasion, follow a special regime either in the home or in beauty parlour. Clean, scrub, pack, bleach, massage, moisture. Don’t shop for cheap skin products, but be cautious of allergies and expiry dates of products.

3. Pedicure and Manicure: After skin, clean and stylize your nails. Simple home cleaning techniques can do the trick as well.
In home nail, cleaning: Simple mix a face wash in Luke warm water, adda few drops of lemon and scrub it. Dip your hand and feet in warm water for about 10 minutes and cover in clean towels. Moisturize using good creams with almond/coconut oil, rich in vitamin E. After all wear socks to protect them for a while and lock in all moisture. Stay away from dust.

4. Shiny Hair. Always use conditioner after shampoo. If your hair is dry, use hair serum after hair wash and could oil them twice a week with almond/coconut oil. Occasionally use hair mask. Regularly get a haircut to avoid split ends.

5. Exercise. Regularly engage in light to heavy exercise regime, at least 4 -5 times a week. Go for short walks in a park, meditate, swim or yoga. This enhances the body –mind balance and lifts your mood. The mood directly reflects on the skin and overall personality. This is better than any beauty treatment.

On special day: Karvachauth

1. Start a day before: You don't want to be in a parlour, hungry and thinking about evening Puja, praying for Moon to appear early, so book you parlour a day or two before the special day.

2. Facials: Any facial takes about 10-15 hours to show its effects. Your skin may appear slightly red immediately after facial, to let your skin rejuvenate after the scrubbing and message, always schedule your facials a day or two early. Facials ranging from pearl, diamond or gold are good. You could try new types, but after sharing concerns or cross-reaction with the beauticians.

3. New hair style: To surprise your husband, try a new hair style. Go through the internet to find the different hairstyles that may look good according to your face cut and goes along with your personality and attire.

4. Makeup: One of the most important one on the list! .Never overdo it!. Nude make up with bright lipstick and nice eye makeup can boost your personality and confidence. You can book an appointment with your beautician and let her take care from there. Always tell her about your attire and possibly show pictures, so that she/he could use matching lipstick and overall can give look that is in synchrony. Or you could do it yourself too.
If you unsure or certain techniques go through few internet videos and you may be able to excel them. Always ask your friend for advice and help. Always clean, moisturize before using any makeup, as dry skin can lead to cracks in makeup layers.

5. Nails: Paint then with color that goes well with your attire.

6. Mehandi: This can help in making your traditional look perfect. Book prior appointment in parlour as last day rush could spoil your excitement. Follow ideas from the expert or internet for the recent trends.

7. Finally the Look!!. Your attire is most important. Mostly everybody follows colors like red and pink for the day. You can experiment with the color of your choice, if you are confident it will look good on you. Remember, only if you are confident! Follow recent trends in social media and internet to know the designs trending.

8. Pair with accessory. This can help you in completing your look. Use matching jewelry, bangles and brooches. But don’t overdo. You don’t have to look like a bride. Accessorizing just right is also an art, and you don’t have to use everything in your wardrobe. Get a friend's advice if unsure.

New book One Indian Girl by Author Chetan Bhagat

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Indian Festivals and Holidays in 2017

January 2017

  1 January            Sunday                  English New Year
  5 January            Thursday               Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
  8 January            Sunday                  Tailang Swami Jayanti
13 January            Friday                    Lohri
14 January            Saturday                Pongal , Makar Sankranti
19 January            Thursday               Swami Vivekananda Jayanti
23 January            Monday                 Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti
26 January            Thursday               Republic Day

February 2017

  1 February             Wednesday          Vasant Panchami
10 February             Friday                   Guru Ravidas Jayanti
21 February            Tuesday                Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
24 February             Friday                   Maha Shivaratri
28 February            Tuesday                Ramakrishna Jayanti

March 2017

12 March               Sunday                  Chhoti Holi , Holika Dahan , Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Jayanti
13 March               Monday                 Holi
15 March               Wednesday           Shivaji Jayanti
20 March               Monday                 Vernal Equinox , Parsi New Year
28 March               Tuesday                Gudi Padwa , Ugadi
29 March               Wednesday           Jhulelal Jayanti

April 2017

  1 April                  Saturday                Bank's Holiday
  5 April                  Wednesday           Rama Navami
  9 April                  Sunday                  Mahavir Swami Jayanti
10 April                  Monday                 Hazarat Ali's Birthday
14 April                  Friday                    Solar New Year , Baisakhi , Ambedkar Jayanti , Good Friday
16 April                 Sunday                  Easter
22 April                 Saturday                Vallabhacharya Jayanti
30 April                 Sunday                  Shankaracharya Jayanti , Surdas Jayanti

May 2017

 7 May                   Sunday                  Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti
10 May                  Wednesday           Buddha Purnima
28 May                  Sunday                  Maharana Pratap Jayanti

June 2017

  9 June                 Friday                    Kabirdas Jayanti
21 June                 Wednesday           Longest Day of Year
23 June                 Friday                    Jamat Ul-Vida
25 June                 Sunday                  Jagannath Rathyatra
26 June                 Monday                  Eid al-Fitr , Ramadan

July 2017

30 July                  Sunday                  Tulsidas Jayanti

August 2017

  7 August             Monday                 Rakhi , Raksha Bandhan
14 August             Monday                 Janmashtami Smarta
15 August             Tuesday                Janmashtami ISKCON , Independence Day
25 August             Friday                    Ganesh Chaturthi

September 2017

  2 September                 Saturday               Eid al-Adha , Bakrid
  4 September                 Monday                 Onam
21 September                  Thursday               Maharaja Agresen Jayanti
22 September                  Friday                   Al-Hijra , Islamic New Year
23 September                  Saturday               Autumnal Equinox
28 September                  Thursday               Durga Ashtami
29 September                  Friday                   Maha Navami
30 September                  Saturday               Dussehra , Madhvacharya Jayanti

October 2017

  1 October            Sunday                  Day of Ashura , Muharram
  2 October            Monday                 Gandhi Jayanti
  5 October            Thursday               Valmiki Jayanti , Meerabai Jayanti
  8 October            Sunday                  Karwa Chauth
18 October            Wednesday           Narak Chaturdashi
19 October            Thursday               Diwali , Lakshmi Puja
20 October            Friday                   Gowardhan Puja
21 October            Saturday               Bhaiya Dooj
26 October            Thursday               Chhath Puja

November 2017

  4 November         Saturday              Guru Nanak Jayanti
14 November         Tuesday               Nehru Jayanti

December 2017

  1 December         Friday          Milad an-Nabi , Id-e-Milad
21 December         Thursday     Shortest Day of Year
25 December         Monday       Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti , Merry Christmas
29 December         Friday         Tailang Swami Jayanti

Gomed Stone (Hessonite Gemstone)

 Gomed Stone (Hessonite Gemstone) is also one of the important gemstone that delivers a variety of benefits to wearers and make them capable to live a health and stress free life.
Wearing Finger-The ideal finger to wear hessonite or gomed stone is middle finger of the right hand.

With Metal- silver or ashthdhatu.

Wearing Period - 4 Year from wearing Ruling Planet- Sun (Ravi)

Day/Time- The appropriate day to don this stone Saturday,This stone should be worn after Sun set between 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 

Benefits- Gomed / Hessonite gemstone is not worn on zodiac signs basis.Gomedh is very much beneficial for those who are suffering from skin disorder,piles,infection of eyes,sinus infection, allergies,insomnia, etc.Original Gomed Gemstone (Hessonite) bestows health,wealth and prosperity upon its possessor.

Ruby (manikya)

Ruby is the gemstone which can be subscribed to avail the innumerable benefits which are being provided by Sun. Since, sun signifies health, dignity, self-esteem, courage, prosperity and love. Therefore, wearing this stone ensures its wearer all these benefits.

Wearing Finger- right hand ring finger

With Metal- Gold/Copper ring

Wearing Period - 4 Year from wearing Ruling Planet- Sun (Ravi)

Day/Time- Sunday / 8 am to 10 am

Nakshatra- Krittika, U Phal, U Shad

Benefits- A person having good effects of sun on him will be optimistic and royal in its thoughts. He will have good reputation and success in his or her life.