During the agricultural activities being done at Bastar, anyone can see farmers with the foodstuff kept in a flask made up of the gourd. Well, it is a common occurrence here. Since the time immemorial, the thermos like flask called “Tuma” has been used by the tribal people. As per the research, it has medicinal… Continue reading “Tumba” A tribal Flax
CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education, ) often under fire for reports of faulty evaluation, wanted to advance exam date to February to give teachers enough time and space for quality error-free checking. One Million Students are set to take CBSE Exams The Board exams usually last for 45-50 days and end ahead of summer… Continue reading No Change in CBSE Exams Schedule
Kiran Bedi is first woman IPS officer. She is social activist, social worker and politician. She shares her opinion at the TED woman stage. "-Now I'm going to give you a story. It's an Indian story about an Indian woman and her journey. Let me begin with my parents. I'm a product of this visionary mother… Continue reading Inspirational Speech By Kiran Bedi
Importance of the ritual: Dashhara began with the official permission of deity Kachchan. This year a girl called Anuradha in the guise of deity gave permission to the descendent of the royal family e.i. Kamal chand Bhanj Dev. This ritual is performed with a view to run the festival Dashahara unabated. For that, members of… Continue reading Kachhan Gadi : Dashhara
DeriGadai another ritual on Bastar Dashhara I have already discussed how Bastar Dashhara is unique in terms of its celebration. With the worship of tools meant for making chariot another ritual called "DERI GADAI" is over at Bastar in Chhattisgarh. As it is widely known Dashhara celebrated in Bastar has the longest span of celebration.… Continue reading Bastar Dashhara
Maavali Parghav: I am talking about another rites of Bastar-Dashhara this is called Maavali Parghav( Ceremonial welcome of deity Maavali ) Introduction of Deity Maavali Deity Maavali is a presiding deity of Malvalya Village in Karnataka that was first brought to Bastar during the reign of Chhindak Naga Dynasty. This dynasty ruled over Bastar in… Continue reading Ceremonial Welcome of Deities
Independence Day in our country is approaching fast. Nation is ready to celebrate the moment with great zeal and enthusiasm. We celebrate August 15 as our independence day as on the day in 1947, India got its freedom from the colonial power. Many political leaders and revolutionary groups had been battling for centuries together to liberate our country.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "HAVE TO" AND "SHOULD" Look at the following example "Nurses have to wear a uniform" "I am not feeling well but I have to go to school because I have a test. ( "have to" shows compulsion). but when I say "I should attend school every day." or "I should save money for rainy days." (Should… Continue reading Use of HAVE TO, MUST and SHOULD
Ruskin Bond Ruskin Bond was born on 19 May 1934. He is British by birth and lives in Mussoorie in India. He has written more than 100 short-stories, six novels, three collection of verse and 30 books for children. He is well-known Indian writer in English. His awards Bond received Sahitya academy award for his… Continue reading The eyes have it.
This is another attempt to describe the famous proverb being spoken in our colloquial language. Meaning:- Pride makes one think too high of himself. blinds one to the dangers. There Stood, close to a mango tree, a bamboo reed. The mango tree was stout and strong. its branches spread out in all directions. The reed… Continue reading Pride goes before a fall