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The Festival called Nayakhani is celebrated to welcome new crops and dedicated to goddess Annapurna (Laxmi)
Outbreak of Dengue cause 40 deaths in our region. let's check out how can it be prevented
I would like to dedicate the blog to a tribal boy who brought our region into the limelight in 1960 and coveted “Oscar” came straightway to the lap of the Swedish director Arne Suksdorff for his short movie titled “Jungle Saga” which featured the tiger boy called Chendru Mandavi of Narayanpur. Narayanpur is located about… Continue reading Chendru: The boy and the Tiger
A glimpse of Mewar: Maharana Pratap was the son of Udai Singh II. His mother was Rani Jeevan Kanwar. He was born on May 9, 1540 in Kumbhalgarh. He was epitome of valor and gallantry. Emperor Akbar made many attempts to convince to sign a treaty but Maharana was rather willing to sign peace treaty… Continue reading Rulers of Mewar
Raksha Bandhan is one of the prominent festivals being celebrated in India.
The World Photography Day is observed on 19 August.
More than 25 years have passed since I have started teaching English to young minds. Before I move further, I must state that the area (Bastar region) I belong to is known as backward in terms of education, knowledge and approach. … Continue reading How to Learn English
I had a chance to stay at the District Dantewada in the Bastar region for more than a week or so and I met with the prominent photographers. I jumped to the conclusion that the district has become the talk of people for many reasons let’s sum up them one by one. It is known… Continue reading Kadaknath Chicken
I am writing to make you familiar with the importance of the festival. Well, it is mainly celebrated to honour the Guru. Guru literally means a spiritual guide or teacher that paves the way for ignorant. The word has its root from the Sanskrit which describes “Gu” as the darkness or ignorance and “Ru” means… Continue reading Guru Purnima