Friday, May 17, 2013

My Baby on National Geographic Magazine Cover

My baby on National Geographic Magazine Page

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Basant Panchami Mahotsav & Inauguration Ceremony of "Madhav Mission English"

For a long time I was not available on this blog as I was busy while working and researching for a great pujan from our scriptures.  And it was a happy moment of my life as I got success and got the pujan and by chance It was a great opportunity as I was directed by Hon'ble Chirman of Laxmi Trust, Jagadhri to serve this pujan among 350 students of Luxmi Infotech & Education Point, Jagadhri on the holy occassion of Basant Panchami on 28.01.2012.  You can see the highlights of the programme on The Trust's blog i.e. :
Programme link is :

Monday, September 13, 2010

The Black Saturday, When My Scooter Sold

It was very sad Saturday for me because my scooter was sold in scrap. It was a long journey with this scooter. I was just in 5th Class when my father purchased this scooter. This scooter was of 1982 model of Grey colour. I wandered various places on this scooter with my father and brother also. Not only nearby areas but also at various far and wide areas like “Trilokpur”, “Shakunbhri Devi” and many other districts also. That’s why my attachment with this scooter was not more but the most, because this was my lucky scooter. I was really very sad when this was sold in scrap. In the front of this scooter I displayed a sticker of my name “Naval Arora’s”. But this is the rule of nature that one day everything is to damage and that was the day when this scooter having my named sticker Naval Arora’s was sold in scrap and that was the day of separation.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

When My Article Publised in Leading National Magazine

It was a very glorious moment for me, when I saw my article published in leading National Magazine "Ambedkar Kranti".  This article was entitled "Tathakathit Vaicharik Swatantrata ke Adhikar ke Dhol Ki Pol".  This article was published in the Month of August on page no. 18.  In the contents, its serial number was 8.  I am sharing the original scan copy of this article with all of you from the magazine alongwith the frontpage of Magazine.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Ruin in the City : Chidiya Mandir

Yesterday, I went to Chidiya Mandir. This historical temple was made by ‘Chida Samaj’. It is located in the heart of city i.e. at town hall, Jagadhri. My father told that once this temple was very big. But this is ill fate now a number of people have encroached various parts of the temple and living on these parts by constructing their commercial and residential places. These pictures are of the main gate of the temple which is now looking like ruin. Sometime, I think “Where is God?” Why the Supreme Power doesn’t do anything? Why almighty doesn’t show and miracle over there? Whereas the people are destructing his holy home and illegally constructing their building. Anyway, what can be? my heart breaks and shatters into thousands of tiny pieces.

Now, see and think about this ruin.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Rainy Dirty Water on the Road : Who's responsible?

Day before yesterday, it was a rainy day and on the road where my home is situated, a lot of water was gathered and there was a great scene. I took photographs of such different kind of scenes like person preparing himself for going in rain, Rickshaw puller in gathered water, School going students, and scenes of the floody water, Motor Cycle in the rainy water, vegetable seller etc. See and think, what is the fault of the people living in such areas? This is the area of School Road of Jagadhri; The Metal City where the water gathers from all sides and takes the time about two to three hours to subside. The government is planning for upliftment (about 6’ high from the bottom level of old road) of the bye-pass roads and due to this whole the rainy water is gathering in the city. The houses which are located beside the Bilaspur-Byepass road for the last more than ten years, what is the fault of their owners? Whenever it rains, the rainy water enters into their houses and these houses are having Cost in Rs. Crores also. This is a pre-planned plot of the Government for downgrading the rates of these properties situated nearby the Bilaspur-Byepass Road, Jagadhri.

Person Preparing to face Rainy Water

Vegetable Seller

Floody Water

Rickshaw Puller in Floody Rainy Water

Motorcycle in Rainy Flood water

 School Going Students in the gathered water

Saturday, August 14, 2010

White Pigeon

Today evening, I went on the roof of my home and I got surprised to see a white pigeon sitting at boundary wall. I went nearby to catch it but it was flying away, so I immediately took these photographs of it. See and enjoy.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

The White Elephant : BPL Scheme

Many of the persons of this world are living below poverty line. But some of them are having very poor position. In my city also a number of such kinds of families can be seen easily. Some of them are living in Deha Bastis, Majris, Dalit Bastis etc. They don’t have enough funds to arrange their bread & butter for two times. They are really living below poverty line. They don’t have their own houses even and living under the Tents like refugees. Neither Public nor Government is taking pain about them and both kinds of categories have no respect for them in their hearts.

I saw that a lady of that group (Deha Basti) who was stung by a snake in night time as they were living in an open ground in a tent and the snake beat her. When she was taken to the doctor, the doctor refused to check her and asked them to deposit the amount of Rs. 500/- in advance. They were not having such heavy amount and started weeping. After that the compounder of the doctor asked them to take her to any other hospital. The patients available at that moment collected the money then the doctor got ready to check her. This is merely one example whereas thousands of such examples are still pending in the society.

They are facing such kind of problems in their daily life. And our Government is always declaring that we are taking the solid steps to raise the standard of poor people. This is right that government started a number of schemes but due to the corrupt officials, the deserving people are deprived of it and the illegal persons take undue benefits of the schemes. I surprised to see that the persons having double storied linter house in Urban Estate, they are having the Sign of BPL. And the Government is becoming blind with eyes. Ration Card is also of three types i.e. white for general people, yellow for poor people and pink for BPL Families but the names of the poor & BPL families are struck-off from the list of pink and yellow Ration cards and these cards are issued to the persons having relations with the officials as well as politicians. The poor people are just taking the rounds of the offices and wandering from pillar to post but nothing is heard from their side. If anyone raises the voice against this corrupt system, that person is finished by the authorities. This is the ill-destiny of our country.

The soul of our freedom fighters may be sad by seeing this picture of our Great India where –

100 Mein Se 99 Beimaan
Phir Bhi Mera Bharat Mahaan.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

New Themes for Windows 7

Hello Guys, Sorry for remaining absent for a long time from my blog. But I was studying something else about technology during this period. That’s why I remained absent. During this period, I made new themes for windows 7 for sharing with the world. These themes are quite different from the available online themes. Earlier available windows 7 themes are about Cars, Films, Sceneries, Photoshop Art, Nature, Landscapes, and Advertisements etc. But I don’t find the themes of my taste, that’s why I searched a lot and made these two themes of my own kind.

First theme is containing the pictures of Ancient Statues from the ancient caves whereas second one is containing the photographs of Ancient Caves. I have uploaded both of the themes on internet through Hope you will like them.

Here are the links of these Windows 7 themes :
Link for Ancient Statues.themepack
Link for Ancient Caves.themepack

So, download and cheer.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Power of Art

Sketching is an Art and saw these two photographs, one is original photograph and second one is sketch from this photograph.  

Original Photograph

Sketch of Photograph

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Electricity Problem : The Reality or Political Stunt

Nowadays, in our Jagadhri City, all the persons are suffering from electricity crisis. There are a huge number of unannounced power cuts in this area. There is no regular schedule of power coming and no time of power cut and not limit of time are declared for these cuts. Electricity is available for 10 to 15 minutes and fails for more than one hour to two hours or more than it. All of the people are suffering from this problem. Today, there is no way to live without electricity. This is the examination period and students are facing such kind of problem. They are terrified because there is no power then how they can read in night? Even they have learnt whole the year but if there is no revision, the graph of marks will fall down. Not only this, the persons who are not having any funds for Generators or Invertors, what they can do? According to my notion, they should pass away because Government is doing nothing for them. This government can provide all the facilities to those, who are the kith & kin of government or having government job or having rights to void the rules or having relations with the big guns of the district. A labour class person who is working on daily wages, what he wants? Only bread & butter of two times and a joyful sleep, but if there is no electricity in this hot season, how he can sleep when mosquitoes are wandering here and there in his home and moreover, how he will get freshness for the working in next day?

Even this city has Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Plant then what is the benefit of this plant? If the complete power production by this plant is supplied to the other states by our Chief Minister, then why this plant has been established? Why government is spending more and more money on these types of plants? Why government is providing jobs for these kinds of plants? The only and only reason behind it is to get black money from public and eating currency from the state budget and eating money for providing job. They are creating corruption. If plants are established on the land of our state, firstly, the state public has the right on the electricity produced by it. If extra electricity is remains then it should be sold to other state.

Our state is facing the problem of electricity. Electronic goods, Mobile Phones, Bulbs, Tube-lights, Ceiling fans, Coolers, Stone-crashers, Photocopier Machines, Computer Job Work, Educational Situation, Kindles, Oven, Refrigerators, Various Factory Machines etc. are depending upon the electricity. And in our city, it has declared that the Utensil Bazaar and Ply-board Bazaar is the largest bazaar of Asia. But if there will be no power, how these plants may survive? Due to the lack of electricity, the vegetables are also having food poisoning; a number of diseases are spreading their net. A poor person, who is already fighting with his daily routine, now he should also be ready to fight with diseases and with the heavy bills of doctors.

I want to ask from the government, why our government is not looking after the people in right way? Why the government is not paying attention towards the problems of the people? Why the government has made a number of Power Plants in Haryana? If the plants are closed on account of the lack of Coal, then why that were made of ‘coal producing electricity type’ and why not with ‘water type’ (Turbine)? Why government is disbursing the salary among the employees of these plants? They should be shifted to any other department and the power plants should be closed permanently. Why should the Public bear the expenditure of these plants? If people are paying their electricity bill regularly, then why don’t they get electricity in an adequate manner? I know that there is no answer of these questions and hence, I am giving the answer of these questions, which is – Bureaucracy. All of the Officials are doing that, what they want. There is no control over them. From a peon to C.M., all are the chips of the same block. Then how, these problems can be removed? They are filling their pockets with money. They should have all types of facilities; either public will go to hell.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Brij ki Holi V/S. Open Gundagardi or Scoundrel-ness (Badmashi)

My blog is all about my personal live experiences and what I am observing, that is posted on my blog, whether my experience is good or bad.  Before this, I wrote about a number of my good experience because I faced them very nicely but this is the not only bad but worse or worst experience.  I had heard about the Holi at Varindavana.  I had heard about the various aspects of Holi and I got excited to play the Holi with “Banke Bihari” but I found there a lot of gundagardi in the name of “Lord Banke Bihari”.  Most of the Brijwasi persons are teasing girls and women and touching them here and there while putting colour upon them.  There was only open gundagardi in the name of Lord/God, Bhakti and mythology was absent there.  I have no words to explain about the Holi Festival.  There was no arrangement of Police.  And outside of the Temple, only a board was hanging written upon it “This is a Private Temple”.  If this is a private temple, then why are you showing Lord as a Show Piece.  I saw a lot of business in the name of Lord Banke Bihari.  Pandas and Pujaris of the temple were also putting the colours only on ladies (girls and women).  They have made a great underworld in the temple premises.  All kind of arrangement was nil.  A huge crowd of dirty and scoundrel people were attacking on the ladies.  They were wandering here and there as a thirsty dog which is always in search of Objects [shikaar (ladies)].  If anyone is speaking to them, they says : “This is U.P. (Uttar Pradesh), go away otherwise you will be killed and also this is the area of ours, your dead body will not be arranged by your relatives.”  I really shocked by hearing these kind of words.
I personally saw from my lodge that a person along with his wife and one year old baby was passing through the street nearby Banke Bihari temple and about 5 to 6 boys came and put the bucket of colour only upon his wife and his one year old baby.  When he refused them to do so, they started beating him very cruel-fully. Not only this, some persons were putting hands upon the breasts of the ladies.  Some were trying to pushing the cheeks of the ladies and saying : “Yeh Brij ki Holi Hai, Radhe Radhe.”

When we entered into the Temple of “Lord Banke Bihari”, the local public (Brijwasis) were entering there like Mad [Pagal] dogs.  They were forcefully entering into the premises of temple by  pulling down the people of other states especially ladies.  At that moment, a large no. of ladies and girls were fall down and the mad people crowd passed upon them.  I also fall down and with a lot of hardwork I escaped from the temple.  At the door of temple, only two policemen were appointed and they were refusing the local persons (Brijwasis) for flying colour in the premises of the temple.  No one was able to see the statue of Lord Baanke Bihari.

In the streets also very bad condition.  The Brijwasi persons were wandering here and there as a Mad Bull and showing their full scoundrel nature and gundagardi.

I didn’t find any Lord there but found only scoundrel, Gunde and Mawali type of persons.  The persons of other states and various tourists were as a leaf of bread for them.  If they have a right, they must kill all the visitors.

With very sad hearted I left Varindavan and went to Barsana.  There was nothing like this.  I found a great calm and peace there.  I got happy that the persons of this area are good.  I made a circle journey (Parikrama) of Barsana and visited the temple of Bhagwati Radha “Shree Ji”.  I attended the Aarti Sabha in the temple premises and started our journey to “Shri Giri Raj ji” or “Shri Govardhan Ji”. 

After night stay at Govardhan, we started the Parikrama of Shri Govardhan ji in our car.  Here the great Scoundrels (gundas) were wandering here and there.  As like in Varindavan, whole of the persons were of same natured.  Most of the persons were gundas.  They were also wandering as  Mad Pig and ready to eat everything.  Many of the persons of Brij were found (Lady Killer) Auratkhor in my sight.  They were not only putting the colours upon the ladies and gents but also putting mud upon them.  They were abusing the persons of other states.  Moreover, they bared a person who was making parikrama of Shri Giri Raj Ji and robbed or looted his money.  Not only this, they looted his ATM Card also. 

A person of Sawaran Caste was also caught by them and they had broken the glasses and mirrors of his Swift Car and put the mud on car and the seats of car.

In short, I can say very bad experience.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Valentine's Day

Saint Valentine's Day (commonly shortened to Valentine's Day) is an annual holiday held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions. The holiday is named after one or more early Christian martyrs named Valentine and was established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD. It is traditionally a day on which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards (known as "valentines"). The holiday first became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in the High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished.

Modern Valentine's Day symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid. Since the 19th century, handwritten valentines have largely given way to mass-produced greeting cards.


Every February, across the country, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint and why do we celebrate this holiday? The history of Valentine's Day — and its patron saint — is shrouded in mystery. But we do know that February has long been a month of romance. St. Valentine's Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition. So, who was Saint Valentine and how did he become associated with this ancient rite? Today, the Catholic Church recognizes at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus, all of whom were martyred.

One legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he outlawed marriage for young men — his crop of potential soldiers. Valentine, realizing the injustice of the decree, defied Claudius and continued to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine's actions were discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death.

Other stories suggest that Valentine may have been killed for attempting to help Christians escape harsh Roman prisons where they were often beaten and tortured.

According to one legend, Valentine actually sent the first 'valentine' greeting himself. While in prison, it is believed that Valentine fell in love with a young girl — who may have been his jailor's daughter — who visited him during his confinement. Before his death, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed 'From your Valentine,' an expression that is still in use today. Although the truth behind the Valentine legends is murky, the stories certainly emphasize his appeal as a sympathetic, heroic, and, most importantly, romantic figure. It's no surprise that by the Middle Ages, Valentine was one of the most popular saints in England and France.

While some believe that Valentine's Day is celebrated in the middle of February to commemorate the anniversary of Valentine's death or burial — which probably occurred around 270 A.D — others claim that the Christian church may have decided to celebrate Valentine's feast day in the middle of February in an effort to 'christianize' celebrations of the pagan Lupercalia festival. In ancient Rome, February was the official beginning of spring and was considered a time for purification. Houses were ritually cleansed by sweeping them out and then sprinkling salt and a type of wheat called spelt throughout their interiors. Lupercalia, which began at the ides of February, February 15, was a fertility festival dedicated to Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, as well as to the Roman founders Romulus and Remus.

To begin the festival, members of the Luperci, an order of Roman priests, would gather at the sacred cave where the infants Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, were believed to have been cared for by a she-wolf or lupa. The priests would then sacrifice a goat, for fertility, and a dog, for purification.

The boys then sliced the goat's hide into strips, dipped them in the sacrificial blood and took to the streets, gently slapping both women and fields of crops with the goathide strips. Far from being fearful, Roman women welcomed being touched with the hides because it was believed the strips would make them more fertile in the coming year. Later in the day, according to legend, all the young women in the city would place their names in a big urn. The city's bachelors would then each choose a name out of the urn and become paired for the year with his chosen woman. These matches often ended in marriage. Pope Gelasius declared February 14 St. Valentine's Day around 498 A.D. The Roman 'lottery' system for romantic pairing was deemed un-Christian and outlawed. Later, during the Middle Ages, it was commonly believed in France and England that February 14 was the beginning of birds' mating season, which added to the idea that the middle of February — Valentine's Day — should be a day for romance. The oldest known valentine still in existence today was a poem written by Charles, Duke of Orleans to his wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London following his capture at the Battle of Agincourt. The greeting, which was written in 1415, is part of the manuscript collection of the British Library in London, England. Several years later, it is believed that King Henry V hired a writer named John Lydgate to compose a valentine note to Catherine of Valois.

In Great Britain, Valentine's Day began to be popularly celebrated around the seventeenth century. By the middle of the eighteenth century, it was common for friends and lovers in all social classes to exchange small tokens of affection or handwritten notes. By the end of the century, printed cards began to replace written letters due to improvements in printing technology. Ready-made cards were an easy way for people to express their emotions in a time when direct expression of one's feelings was discouraged. Cheaper postage rates also contributed to an increase in the popularity of sending Valentine's Day greetings. Americans probably began exchanging hand-made valentines in the early 1700s. In the 1840s, Esther A. Howland began to sell the first mass-produced valentines in America.

According to the Greeting Card Association, an estimated one billion valentine cards are sent each year, making Valentine's Day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year. (An estimated 2.6 billion cards are sent for Christmas.)

Approximately 85 percent of all valentines are purchased by women. In addition to the United States, Valentine's Day is celebrated in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, and Australia.

Valentine greetings were popular as far back as the Middle Ages (written Valentine's didn't begin to appear until after 1400), and the oldest known Valentine card is on display at the British Museum. The first commercial Valentine's Day greeting cards produced in the U.S. were created in the 1840s by Esther A. Howland. Howland, known as the Mother of the Valentine, made elaborate creations with real lace, ribbons and colorful pictures known as "scrap".


In 1797, a British publisher issued The Young Man’s Valentine Writer, which contained scores of suggested sentimental verses for the young lover unable to compose his own. Printers had already begun producing a limited number of cards with verses and sketches, called “mechanical valentines,” and a reduction in postal rates in the next century ushered in the less personal but easier practice of mailing valentines. That, in turn, made it possible for the first time to exchange cards anonymously, which is taken as the reason for the sudden appearance of racy verse in an era otherwise prudishly Victorian.

Paper Valentines being so popular in England in early 1800s, Valentines began to be assembled in factories. Fancy Valentines were made with real lace and ribbons, with paper lace introduced in mid 1800's. In the UK, just under half the population spend money on their Valentines and over one billion pounds is spent yearly on cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts, with an estimated 25 million cards being sent. The reinvention of Saint Valentine's Day in the 1840s has been traced by Leigh Eric Schmidt. As a writer in Graham's American Monthly observed in 1849, "Saint Valentine's Day... is becoming, nay it has become, a national holyday." In the United States, the first mass-produced valentines of embossed paper lace were produced and sold shortly after 1847 by Esther Howland (1828-1904) of Worcester, Massachusetts.

Her father operated a large book and stationery store, but Howland took her inspiration from an English valentine she had received, so clearly the practice of sending Valentine's cards had existed in England before it became popular in North America. The English practice of sending Valentine's cards appears in Elizabeth Gaskell's Mr. Harrison's Confessions (published 1851). Since 2001, the Greeting Card Association has been giving an annual "Esther Howland Award for a Greeting Card Visionary." The U.S. Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately one billion valentines are sent each year worldwide, making the day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year behind Christmas. The association estimates that, in the US, men spend in average twice as much money as women.

Since the 19th century, handwritten notes have largely given way to mass-produced greeting cards. The mid-nineteenth century Valentine's Day trade was a harbinger of further commercialized holidays in the United States to follow.

In the second half of the twentieth century, the practice of exchanging cards was extended to all manner of gifts in the United States, usually from a man to a woman.Such gifts typically include roses and chocolates packed in a red satin, heart-shaped box. In the 1980s, the diamond industry began to promote Valentine's Day as an occasion for giving jewelry. The day has come to be associated with a generic platonic greeting of "Happy Valentine's Day." As a joke, Valentine's Day is also referred to as "Singles Awareness Day." In some North American elementary schools, children decorate classrooms, exchange cards, and eat sweets. The greeting cards of these students often mention what they appreciate about each other.

The rise of Internet popularity at the turn of the millennium is creating new traditions. Millions of people use, every year, digital means of creating and sending Valentine's Day greeting messages such as e-cards, love coupons or printable greeting cards.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Birthday Celebration of Brahmrishi Kumar Swami Ji

I was very happy from the last one week because of the upcoming birthday of My Guruji Brahmrishi Shri Kumar Swami ji Maharaj. And also there was a great Programme for the celebration of “Jyoti Diwas” as birthday of Pujya Brahmrishi Shri Kumar Swami Ji at Bhagwan Shri Lakshmi Narayan Dham, Vill. Mohri, Distt Ambala. This programme of Birthday of Guruji was continued for four days i.e. from 22.01.2010 to 25.01.2010. On this occasion, huge number of Saints, Akhara Pramukh, Chairmen of various societies & Ashrams, Mandaleshwars, Mahamandaleshwars and moreover Anant Shree Vibhushit Jyotirmathpeethadhishwar Jagadguru Shankaracharya Shri Madhavashram Ji Maharaj were also present there to welcome and spread the rain of their blessing to Guru ji.

There was a very big stage and I also want to tell that it was my mis-destiny that I also didn’t get the chance to see the stage as there were huge and large people (Devotees) about four to five lacs. I took some photographs of the crowd but unable to understand whose the photographs are these?

First of all Pujya Gurudev made “Shri Guru Paduka Poojan.” After that all the saints alongwith Pujya Jagadguru Shankaracharya ji spread their blessing to Pujya Sadgurudev Brahmrishi Shri Kumar Swami ji.

After that Pujya Gurudev also gave the “DIVINE BEEJ MANTRAS” to all the devotees for the purpose to demolish their everyday problems (Physical, Mental & Financial).

During this programme, there was a great arrangement of Tent for seating, Guru Ka Langar (Community Lunch), Lightening etc. On the one side, Fire Fighting arrangements were made. Police Force was also present there alongwith “Narayani Sena” in order to face any kind of problem and also for the security purpose. I was also gone there on cars and surprised to see that not only the parking area but also all the nearby area was covered with the parking and it was quite difficult for me also to decide where to park? This was really a non-forgettable programme and I cannot forget this Programme.
To know about Guruji and Bhagwan Shree Lakshmi Narayan Dham please visit my blog :

And website of Guruji :

If like this please leave comments.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

A Tribute to the Great Leader of Indian Soil - Subhash Chandra Bose

Subhash Chandra Bose was the greatest son of our Motherland i.e. Bharat Mata. He struggled a lot for the freedom of Hindustan. I am also of the same natured i.e. revolutionary natured person, that’s why I am fan of Sh. Subhash Chandra Bose. Today is the date of birth of that Yugpurush. So, I am uploading some matter (taken from Internet etc.) upon him as a tribute from me.

I bow my head millions of time before him.

Subhas Chandra Bose, affectionately called as Netaji, was one of the most prominent leaders of Indian freedom struggle. Though Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru have garnered much of the credit for successful culmination of Indian freedom struggle, the contribution of Subash Chandra Bose is no less. He has been denied his rightful place in the annals of Indian history. He founded Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauj) to overthrow British Empire from India and came to acquire legendary status among Indian masses.

Subhas Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa. His father Janaki Nath Bose was a famous lawyer and his mother Prabhavati Devi was a pious and religious lady. Subhas Chandra Bose was the ninth child among fourteen siblings. Subhas Chandra Bose was a brilliant student right from the childhood. He topped the matriculation examination of Calcutta province and graduated with a First Class in Philosophy from the Scottish Churches College in Calcutta. He was strongly influenced by Swami Vivekananda's teachings and was known for his patriotic zeal as a student. To fulfill his parents wishes he went to England in 1919 to compete for Indian Civil Services. In England he appeared for the Indian Civil Service competitive examination in 1920, and came out fourth in order of merit. However, Subhas Chandra Bose was deeply disturbed by the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre, and left his Civil Services apprenticeship midway to return to India in 1921.

After returning to India Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose came under the influence of Mahatma Gandhi and joined the Indian National Congress. On Gandhiji's instructions, he started working under Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, whom he later acknowledged his political guru. Soon he showed his leadership mettle and gained his way up in the Congress' hierarchy. In 1928 the Motilal Nehru Committee appointed by the Congress declared in favour of Domination Status, but Subhas Chandra Bose along with Jawaharlal Nehru opposed it, and both asserted that they would be satisfied with nothing short of complete independence for India. Subhas also announced the formation of the Independence League. Subhas Chandra Bose was jailed during Civil Disobedience movement in 1930. He was released in 1931 after Gandhi-Irwin pact was signed. He protested against the Gandhi-Irwin pact and opposed the suspension of Civil Disobedience movement specially when Bhagat Singh and his associates were hanged.

Subash Chandra Bose was soon arrested again under the infamous Bengal Regulation. After an year he was released on medical grounds and was banished from India to Europe. He took steps to establish centres in different European capitals with a view to promoting politico-cultural contacts between India and Europe. Defying the ban on his entry to India, Subash Chandra Bose returned to India and was again arrested and jailed for a year. After the General Elections of 1937, Congress came to power in seven states and Subash Chandra Bose was released. Shortly afterwards he was elected President of the Haripura Congress Session in 1938. During his term as Congress President, he talked of planning in concrete terms, and set up a National planning Committee in October that year. At the end of his first term, the presidential election to the Tripuri Congress session took place early 1939. Subhas Chandra Bose was re-elected, defeating Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya who had been backed by Mahatma Gandhi and the Congress Working Committee. Clouds of World War II were on the horizon and he brought a resolution to give the British six months to hand India over to the Indians, failing which there would be a revolt. There was much opposition to his rigid stand, and he resigned from the post of president and formed a progressive group known as the Forward Block.

Subhas Chandra Bose now started a mass movement against utilizing Indian resources and men for the great war. There was a tremendous response to his call and he was put under house arrest in Calcutta. In January 1941, Subhas Chandra Bose disappeared from his home in Calcutta and reached Germany via Afghanistan. Working on the maxim that "an enemy's enemy is a friend", he sought cooperation of Germany and Japan against British Empire. In January 1942, he began his regular broadcasts from Radio Berlin, which aroused tremendous enthusiasm in India. In July 1943, he arrived in Singapore from Germany. In Singapore he took over the reins of the Indian Independence Movement in East Asia from Rash Behari Bose and organised the Azad Hind Fauj (Indian National Army) comprising mainly of Indian prisoners of war. He was hailed as Netaji by the Army as well as by the Indian civilian population in East Asia. Azad Hind Fauj proceeded towards India to liberate it from British rule. Enroute it lliberated Andeman and Nicobar Islands. The I.N.A. Head quarters was shifted to Rangoon in January 1944. Azad Hind Fauj crossed the Burma Border, and stood on Indian soil on March 18,1944.

However, defeat of Japan and Germany in the Second World War forced INA to retreat and it could not achieve its objective. Subhas Chandra Bose was reportedly killed in an air crash over Taipeh, Taiwan (Formosa) on August 18, 1945. Though it is widely believed that he was still alive after the air crash not much information could be found about him.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Moments of Honour

"LIFE IS A QUEST FOR IDENTITY". Everybody has a dream that he should be recognized by society in various spheres. Having the same dream that I should be recognized by the society as a distinguish personality as I am a different sort of person. I want to be more and more popular and for this I pursued a lot of hardworking in various social, spiritual & theological fields.

I am fond of Astrology for a long period i.e. from my childhood. I want to get specialization in various fields of Astrology. So, I burnt the midnight oil and researched a lot. Hence, collected plenty of knowledge in various fields of Astrology like Numerology, Kundali Vigyan, Palmistry, Gems Science and moreover very much in Tantra. Yes, Tantra is my favourite field. That’s why, I made my research in Tantra under Yamal Tantra from Bharatiya Vedic Jyotish Sansthanam, Varanasi.

It is my good luck that I successfully completed this course and honoured with the degree of “TANTRA BHUSHAN”.

I am going to tell you about the Sammelan (Summit) held at Maharishi Vyas Sabha Mandap, Shri Sanatan Dharam Mandir, Chandigarh which was collectively organized by “Bharatiya Vedic Jyotish Sansthanam, Varanasi” & “Para Shakti Kripa Kendra, Chandigarh” on 9-10 January 2010. This programme was really stupendous for me and my wife. \

The “Summit” was inaugurated by Sh. R.C. Sobti who is Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor of Panjab University, Chandigarh under the Presidency of Sh. Balwinder Aggarwal ji, the Director of “Para Shakti Kripa Kendra”. In this summit, the main points for discussion were:

1. The secrets of Para Vidya
2. The future of India in the year 2010
3. Five Super Yajna (Panch Maha Yagya) etc.

On the above mentioned topics many of the persons presented their Research Papers and the conclusion were made that without the help of Own Holy Spirit it is impossible to see the Almighty. At this sammelan (Summit), Dr. Purushotam Dass Gupta proved on the behalf of the example of Mundokopnishad & the learning taught by Aadi Guru Shankaracharya that Only having the blessings of Para Vidya, one can meet with Almighty.

I also presented my Research Paper on the Topic “CHHINAMASTA SADHNA” and I got surprised when my research paper was selected for the printing in the reputed Magazine “HORASHASTRAM” and for this, I got honoured with the award of the degree of “JYOTISH VIDYA SHREE” on the spot.

This Sammelan completed in three sessions. I attended all the sessions and collected a lot of knowledge in the various fields of Astrology. In the last session i.e. third session, I got honoured three times i.e. with “TANTRA BHUSHAN”, “JYOTISH VIDYA SHREE” and “HONOUR CERTIFICATE”.

It was the happiest day of my life. One of my desires has been successfully completed on this day.

In fact, it was an unforgettable golden moment of my life. I thanked the Almighty for the same as it could never be possible without the blessings of the supernatural machinery i.e. God.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Art from my Diary

I became very happy when I found my lost Diary after a period of about nine years. That was a time when I was fond of portrait making. I have drawn a large number of portraits. Some of them were on love & on broken heart. That was an age when everyone is in search of a partner for love. I was also in wait of a love partner and in my imagination, I drew these portraits. But after a long wait I found her and saw that she is totally different from my imagination and that is why I am displaying these portraits on my blog.

Beautiful Love

Eyes Like Rising Sun

Sad Portrait

Sad Love


Sad lost in drink

Smile with nature

Eyes with Tears

Waiting for loving hand

Sad in Candle light

Now, I am trying to draw a portrait on her. As and when the portrait will complete its final look, I will display it.

Monday, January 4, 2010

New Year Celebration with Hindu Tradition

Yesterday it was a good luck that I got a chance to join the devotional and divine programme organized by Shri Shyam Snehi Sankirtan Mandal (Regd.) at the premises of “Laxmi Bhagwan Niwas Mandir”, Mohalla Loharan, Jagadhri. My father Sh. Suresh Kumar Arora Advocate who is the Hon’ble President of Laxmi Trust (Regd.), Jagadhri is also a renowned Trustee of this Temple for the last more than 20 years. In this temple, there is a great environment like Vrindavan. In front of the Divine Photograph of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, all type of Kirtan programmes are being held there for the last more than 59 years.  Also the devotees of this temple made an arrangement for this type of Kirtan Programme on the very first Sunday of every new year.  So, in this year also they welcomed the Near Year 2010 in this manner.

Divine Photograph of Shri Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji

It was a continue kirtan of Mahamantra “Hare Krishan Hare Krishan Krishan Krishan Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare” also held in the Divine Presidency of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, the transcendental God of Shri Shyam Snehi Sankirtan Mandal for a period of twelve hours.

The Divine Statues of Shri Radhika Rani & Sh. Krishna alongwith two Sakhies in "Laxmi Bhagwan Niwas Mandir", Jagadhri

Closeup of the statues of Shri Radhika Rani & Shri Krishna Dev

Many of the renowned singers were present in this programme like Sh. Ashok Vig (T-Series Fame), Smt. Babli (Famous Bhajan Singer), Kumari Priyanka (Live Bhajan Singer) etc. All of them made all the devotees absorbed into the BHAKTI RAS. Many of the devotees were dancing on the holy beats of Mridanga, Tabla & Dholak etc.

During the programme there was an arrangement of Community Meal (Bhandara) for the devotees who were coming from far and wide places from all over the Districts.

The Devotees present in the programme

The programme ended with the Divine Maha Aarti of Sh. Chhail Chhabile Lal Ji, Goddess Radha, Shri Hanuman and other Gods and Goddesses. At the last moment, the Maha Prasadam was distributed among the crowd.

Friday, January 1, 2010

New Year Celebration with Chanting of Durga Chalisa Paath

Last night, it was the last night of the year 2009 and it was the night when New Year 2010 was coming with a lot of happiness, joy and new dreams which are hopefully be true in this year, then a grant “Poojan” was organized by “Bhagwati Maanav Kalyan Sangathan”, Yamuna Nagar Branch.

I really surprised when I visit at the occasion place, there was a great arrangement for devotees who were involved in the programme. Some of these arrangements were Accommodation, Eatable Articles, Bread (Chapaties and Vegetables), Tea etc. This programme was organized under the Divine Presidency of Invisible Body of Sh. Shaktiputra Ji Maharaj, who is a great Saint of this age. He is the founder of “Bhagwati Maanav Kalyan Sangathan”.

It was the occasion of chanting of continues repetition of Shri Durga Chalisa for a period of 24 hours and really they did it. There were thousands of devotees of Shri Shaktiputra Ji Maharaj and Devi Bhagwati Durga who is the mother of whole the world.

The devotees sitting before the Bhawan of Sh. Shaktiputra Ji Maharaj alongwith Bhagwati Durga

The scene inside the Bhawan

Close Scene of Bhawan

I am not a devotee of Shri Shakitiputra Ji Maharaj but me always fond of finding new things and lessons from the “Pravachans” and “Programmes” organized by various Saints or their devotees and here also I found a great spiritualism. I also bowing my head in front of Sh. Shaktiputra Ji Maharaj and also declare a great “Sadguru” on the earth from my end.

The Complete Scene of the Sadhna Hall where Chanting of Durga Chalisa held

I will write more about this Great Saint in my other blog “” in the coming future. This time, I only writing about a short programme organized by the Organization “Bhagwati Maanav Kalyan Sangathan” at Jagadhri.